How's that? A little too bright? Good.Do We Have This One?? Oh, and I'm open to title suggestions. Often associated with interrogations, shining a bright lamp on someone often adds an interrogative feel to a scene, especially if this is done in an otherwise dark room.
- Kent Mansley, from The Iron Giant
- Peanuts: Snoopy does this to Charlie Brown in a book wherein he's investigating the disappearance of Woodstock's nest. CB specifically asks, "why are you giving me the third degree?" - Zero-Context Example - Does what?
- Pinkie Pie's interrogation of Spike from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. - Zero-Context Example
- In The Iron Giant, Kent Mansley's interrogates the Kid Hero in a dark room with a bright lamp to get information on the titular robot.
- Babysitter Kari is interrogated this way in The Incredibles short, "Jack-Jack Attack". - Zero-Context Example - In what way?
- Two gangsters try it on Bugs Bunny in the Looney Tunes short "Racketeer Rabbit". Bugs just puts on sunglasses and a bathing suit in preparation to get a tan.. - Zero-Context Example - Try what?
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