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15th Apr '16 5:27:50 PM neminem
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* ''{{Archer}}'':
-->'''Boris''': Did you just now have telephone call?
-->'''Katya''': No, don't be an idiot. Also, I must go to America. Unrelated to the telephone call that I just did not receive.
5th Apr '16 8:39:50 PM Eddy1215
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** Also inverted and combined with BaitAndSwitch in "Black Mystery Month", when [[spoiler:Steve learned of a conspiracy and was warned that he was being watched, followed by a car ramming into the telephone booth moments after Steve leaped out]]:
-->'''Driver''': Sorry! I'm not trying to kill you. I'm just a drunk driver.
5th Apr '16 8:34:13 PM Eddy1215
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** Fortunately, Timmy already knew about the super powers but played along. The real surprise was Vicky, who's usually smarter than Timmy's parents (not that it says much about her), not suspecting anything near the end of "Channel Chasers" when she received a letter from someone who signed as "Deep Toot" and wrote in the back "I am not your sister".

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** Fortunately, Timmy already knew about the super powers (giving he wished for them) but played along. The real surprise was Vicky, who's usually smarter than Timmy's parents (not that it says much about her), not suspecting anything near the end of "Channel Chasers" "WesternAnimation/ChannelChasers" when she received a letter from someone who signed as "Deep Toot" and wrote in the back "I am not your sister".
23rd Mar '16 5:44:17 AM cybertoy0
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** In "Fight Fighters", Mabel gives Grunkle Stan a gift as part of a ZanyScheme to get him confront his fear of heights under the premise that it's 'Great Uncles Day';
-->'''Mabel:''' Of course it's not a day I made up!
** Stan is especially prone to this. During the flashback in "A Tale of Two Stans", we get to the part where Stan is selling a brand of band-aids called "The Rip-Off";
-->'''Past!Stan:''' The Rip-Off ''won't'' give you rashes. I repeat, it ''won't'' give you rashes.\\
'''Narrator!Stan:''' It gave ya rashes. ''(Cut to Past!Stan being chased by people with rashes.)''
6th Mar '16 10:53:41 AM nombretomado
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', Spider-Man accidentally looses [[CaptainAmerica Captain America's Shield]] which lands on the Latverian embassy, and into Dr Dooms hands. Spidey ask Doom for the shield claiming it isn't the real shield of Captain America.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'', Spider-Man accidentally looses [[CaptainAmerica [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain America's Shield]] which lands on the Latverian embassy, and into Dr Dooms hands. Spidey ask Doom for the shield claiming it isn't the real shield of Captain America.



* In a first-season episode of ''Dilbert'', Dogbert is seen on TV chairing a group discussion of the financial markets. One participant asks if they're talking about the stock market, which Dogbert confirms. He responds:

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* In a first-season episode of ''Dilbert'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}}'', Dogbert is seen on TV chairing a group discussion of the financial markets. One participant asks if they're talking about the stock market, which Dogbert confirms. He responds:



** After expresing hope that a then six-year-old Randy never becomes the Ninja, the Ninja of 2005 quickly mentions there wouldn't be a chance anyway because the Ninja is the same Ninja during all those centuries.

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** After expresing expressing hope that a then six-year-old Randy never becomes the Ninja, the Ninja of 2005 quickly mentions there wouldn't be a chance anyway because the Ninja is the same Ninja during all those centuries.
14th Jan '16 10:02:17 AM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': In "Sis-tem Error", Dee Dee accidentally deactivates the lab's machines and spends most of the episode trying to keep Dexter from finding out. Once she runs out of ideas to keep Dexter from noticing there's something amiss, she disguises herself as Mandark to make Dexter think his rival is causing trouble. "Mandark" specifically says it's not an accident.
29th Nov '15 8:21:54 PM TrickyTroper
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** In "Stan Of Arabia: Part 2":
-->'''Francine:''' Has your boss called to offer you your job back yet?
--> '''Stan:''' Nope, he didn't call me an hour ago. Or maybe it wasn't more like an hour and a half ago.
14th Oct '15 2:14:50 PM Pichu-kun
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-->'''Sweetiebelle:''' We didn't open [the box] and let a crazy, old dragon steal the wishing star, or anything. ''({{beat}})'' Want a cookie?

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-->'''Sweetiebelle:''' -->'''Sweetie Belle:''' We didn't open [the box] and let a crazy, old dragon steal the wishing star, or anything. ''({{beat}})'' Want a cookie?



* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', the second season premiere features several members of the cast getting brainwashed by the BigBad. Turns out that even when brainwashed, Applejack is a terrible liar, as most of her lies consist of this trope.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', the second season premiere features several members of the cast getting brainwashed by the BigBad. Turns out that even when brainwashed, Applejack is a terrible liar, as most of her lies consist of this trope.


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** In "Crusaders Of The Lost Mark" Diamond Tiara acts a bit too defensive when the [=CMC=] ask her about if she knows what her Cutie Mark means.
-->'''Diamond Tiara''': Yeah, 'cause I have my cutie mark! And I'm not struggling at all to figure out who I'm supposed to be and what I'm supposed to be doing with this mark that's already on my flank!
26th Aug '15 9:24:35 AM nombretomado
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* On ''MoralOrel'' Reverend Putty does this in the middle of a church service.

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* On ''MoralOrel'' ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'' Reverend Putty does this in the middle of a church service.
20th Aug '15 6:27:27 PM Argon2
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Rose's Garden", Pearl spontaneously reassures Garnet that everything is going to be okay. Garnet calmly agrees, prompting Pearl to reply hopefully: "You really think so?" In this instance, the 'denial' comes from Pearl projecting her anxiety onto someone else so she doesn't have to deal with it.
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