->''There was a very famous Jewish girl who kept a diary. It... ended badly. But enough about Fran Drescher! You thought I was making a Holocaust joke! Shame on you!''
-->--''Klaus'' from '''AmericanDad'''


A type of joke where a character leads the audience or other characters into thinking he or she is going to say or do something, but says or does something unexpected. If the punch line of the joke causes the first part to take on a new meaning (ie: "I just flew in from Chicago, and boy are my arms tired"), it is technically called a "paraprosdokian."

In {{Dialogue}}, ArsonMurderAndJaywalking is one example. The first two words raise the expectation of another crime, equally severe, but then switch it out with jaywalking.

The origin of the name comes from a now-illegal advertising practice in which a store would ''bait'' a customer into their store with an advertisement featuring a product selling for a reduced price, but when the customer got there he would find out that they were "all out" of the advertised product... but the store would be happy to sell a similar product for just a few dollars more, thus performing the ''switch''.

A form of SubvertedTrope, or a [[DoubleSubversion Double Subverted Trope]]. If discrimination is involved, see DiscriminateAndSwitch. Sometimes turns into a BrickJoke if there's a later payoff. Related to AntiHumor. See also BaitAndSwitchComment.

This can also happen in [[NeverTrustATrailer film trailers]] [[CommercialSwitcheroo and commercials]] as well.

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[[folder:Advertising]]
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1QSXMyVYuU Connecting Flights]]" starts out as a trailer for a Christmas-themed RomanticComedy and then turns into [[spoiler: a commercial for Sears appliances]].
* GlobalAgenda's rather [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxFKDzW0qdg hilarious ad]] starts out about an elf, then has a laser point on his face, followed by a [[BoomHeadshot bullet]] all shot by a [[FragileSpeedster Recon agent]] who is the actual playable character shown here.
* Several of the original [[http://youtu.be/fILdYrxnrf8 Energizer Bunny commercials]] used a similar trick, with the bunny interrupting a commercial for another (fictional) product.
* ''WorldOfTanks'' ads do this just about every single time, with the (Seeming) protagonist of the ad blown up in various ways by a tank.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3SPwMBU6qQ Here]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTrntcAY5T0 Here]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5NhO1K0-jg Here]]
* A series of commercials from 1999 and 2000 are ads for TheDisneyChannel but are set up at first to make the viewer think they're about something else like a teen running home to go to the bathroom, or a group of teens running in horror like they're trying to escape something. They always ended with someone BreakingTheFourthWall and saying, "What'd you expect?"
* There's a commercial that shows a man happily eating dinner with his girlfriend who's [[PaperThinDisguise very obviously]] another man in a wig and dress. Halfway through the dinner, the "girlfriend" admits that there's something the man should know in advance about their relationship... that the pizza he's currently eating isn't delivery but [=DiGiorno=].
* One PSA starts with a bunch of teens playing pool. One of them starts talking about something crazy he did and how his parents would probably cry when they find out. The rest of the group, obviously expecting something awful, asks what it is. [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Cut to him cleaning up his whole house for his parents and his parents' reaction when they return home.]]
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Issue 154 of ''ComicBook/ConanTheBarbarian'' had a treatise on "Caesar's ''Literature/CommentariesOnTheGallicWar''" by Jim Owsley (the assistant editor of the comic)... who soon denounces the book and instead reviews ''[[Film/Jaws3D Jaws III]]''. [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-CkZaytejQXM/Td7HxIhD3MI/AAAAAAAAAKg/G9DFi664ghk/s1600/Conan%2Bpage%2B1.jpg Read it here.]]
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* Early in ''FanFic/BlizzardStorm'', it seems as though [[spoiler: Lazuli]] would either be an important character, if not one of the main antagonist. However, now with [[WordOfGod the author]] saying that the fic is almost finished, she has had more or less no significance to the story.
* In ''FanFic/YouGotHaruhiRolled'', Haruhi crosses a busy street. She narrowly escapes being run over by countless vehicles, and makes it to the other side of the road safely. Immediately after, she is crushed by a blimp which crashes from out of nowhere.
* ''FanFic/SophisticationAndBetrayal'' has the protagonist run home for a brief tryst with his girlfriend, only [[DescriptionCut to cut]] to the next scene of him... bouncing a ball of a wall. The way this is described, you'd think it was initially describing [[InnocentInnuendo something completely different]].
* ''Webcomic/ItSucksToBeWeegie'': In [[http://www.interrobangstudios.com/potluck/index.php?strip_id=1302 one comic]], the pudgy hero of the Mushroom Kingdom whose name starts with M is finally showing up in the comic! You're expecting it to be Mario, aren't you? [[spoiler: Nope, sorry, it's actually [[VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG Mallow]].]]
* ''FanFic/ShadowsAwakening'' has a meta example. When [[BiggerBad the Phantom]] sends Wong to retrieve the first Oni mask, it looks like the story will turn into another alternate take on Season 4... until the Phantom forbids Wong to go after the other masks (as that would only aid [[EvilVersusEvil their enemy]] Tarakudo), sending him on a different quest. WordOfGod is that this is in fact the only similarity to canon that will happen, as the story will focus on a different set of {{MacGuffin}}s.
* In the ''Manga/MedakaBox'' fanfic ''Fanfic/WorldAsMyth'', the Chapter 8 cliffhanger implies a battle between [[spoiler:Zenkichi Hitoyoshi and Koi Munakata.]] Come Chapter 9, we have a fight between [[spoiler:Nekomi Nabeshima and Tokemichi Choujabaru.]]

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[[folder:Film]]
* In ''Film/BlazingSaddles'', one of this jokes is done when Bart says, "Excuse me while I whip this out," then proceeds to reach for a speech letter in his pocket, while the townsfolk gasp and cower in fear, thinking he's going to whip something else out instead.
* One of the few notable things about the EddieMurphy movie ''Film/{{Metro}}'' is the bait and switch the writers pull on the usual "character opens mirror cabinet, and someone pops up in the reflection when s/he closes it" trope (and they do it twice). [[http://www.contactmusic.com/new/film.nsf/reviews/metro_1 Details.]]
* In the British gangster film ''Film/LayerCake'', there's a variation on the MirrorScare where the main character, in the middle of an angst-riddled drug- and whisky-fuelled freak out, opens the mirrored bathroom cabinet, music builds and then as he closes it the action suddenly cuts to the next morning, with the character neatly dressed and his problems resolved. It's a very powerful cut, subverting expectations at a moment of high drama.
* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'':
** It has a ''double'' BaitAndSwitch: after suffering through one mishap after another that prevents him from getting into the tournament theater [[{{Otaku}} to see his favorite kung fu fighters in action]], Po throws all caution to the winds, ties himself to a chair with hundreds of fireworks bound onto it, and prepares to light the fuse. His (adoptive) father shows up, incredulously demanding what he's doing. Admitting that he does not dream of making noodles, he lights the fuse and lets out a proud, reveling crow that he loves kung fu... only to have the fireworks do nothing, apparently duds. His dreams crushed, he sadly takes his apron to go back to work--only to have the fireworks go off after all. Comedy gold.
** Later, when Po is talking to his goose father about how he doesn't want to work in the family noodle shop and comments about how sometimes he doesn't even think they're related. His father says there's something he needs to know, and everyone watching expects him to explain about how he's really adopted. He tells him how to make his secret ingredient soup. Cue laughter.
* ''Film/TheShawshankRedemption'' does one of these. Andy finds a grub of some sort in his first prison meal. As he's examining it, he has the following conversation with a crusty old con who's been in prison 50 years and may or may not have a few screws loose:
-->'''Brooks:''' Are you going to eat that?
-->'''Andy:''' Wasn't planning on it.
-->'''Brooks:''' ''[holds his hand out]'' Do you mind?
-->''[Andy hands it over skeptically]''
-->'''Brooks:''' ''[with a satisfied smile]'' Ahh, that's nice and ripe.
-->''[He opens his jacket and feeds it to a baby raven in his pocket]''
-->'''Brooks:''' Jake says "Thank you."
* ''OneTwoThree'' opens with one of these. Creator/JamesCagney starts talking how the world was looking to UsefulNotes/WashingtonDC on August the 13th of 1961... for a sports game. Oh, BTW, on the same day the Commies built TheBerlinWall.
* Quite cruelly used in ''TheArtist''. Near the end of the film, [[spoiler: George's depression has reached its peak and he prepares to shoot himself. Realizing his intentions, Peppy races after him in her car, despite not knowing how to drive. The scene cuts back and forth between George and Peppy, ultimately ending on George with the gun in his mouth as he tenses up to pull the trigger, and the film cuts to a title card reading "BANG!" Immediately after that, we see Peppy's car crashed into a lamppost and George looking up to see what made that racket.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5fc43O3ynE The trailer]] for ''Film/FridayThe13thPartVIIIJasonTakesManhattan'' opens on a pan to a character standing before a view of New York, giving an impression of a different kind of film. Only for the character to turn around to reveal himself as Jason Voorhees, and murder will ensue soon in a theater near you!
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rap71FdtzjQ&list=FLj4Qy3YzaXFABji55jEiwkQ The trailer]] for ''Film/LeatherfaceTheTexasChainsawMassacreIII'' uses a similiar structure, but adds [[KingArthur an Arthurian]] twist on it.
* In ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'', Aladdin has Abu reach down and snag a watermelon, but the merchant catches this. We then find out that this was actually meant to be a diversion to the merchant as Aladdin snatched another melon from the cart.
* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=FSFjFGUZGIg&NR=1 alternate opening]] of ''Film/IronMan2'' begins with the usual Marvel Comics logo and studio credits, albeit overlaid with sounds of Tony gasping and crying out in utter agony. When we finally cut to Tony, he's [[spoiler:completely wasted and face-first in a toilet; in full armor, no less.]]
* In ''MonstersInc'', there's a scene where Sully tries to hide from Randal. Randal makes this face of shock as if he thought he heard something, but really, he made that face because he felt a sneeze coming on.
* At the end of ''Film/GirlsJustWantToHaveFun'', it looks like the SpoiledBrat won the contest, [[spoiler:but the announcer was just stating it was a tie]].
* The trappers in ''CannibalTheMusical'' [[VillainSong boast in song about their superiority to the prospectors]]. After a few verses of increasingly graphic descriptions of how they brutalize animals, the prospectors finally interrupt with disgust with how badly off key one of the trappers is singing[[note]][[lyrics included http://youtu.be/Ew1WBwh3zgo]][[/note]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie'': Emmet gets tricked with this by Bad Cop during their PerpSweating scene:
-> '''Good Cop''': Hello Buddy! I'm your friendly neighborhood police officer![softreturn]Would you like a glass of water?
-> '''Emmet''': Yeah. Yeah, actually.
-> [[[SplitPersonality Good Cop switches to]] his Bad Cop Personality]
-> '''Bad Cop''': Too Bad. [Punts the cup off the table but misses Emmet completely]
* The final scene of ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' sets you up to believe that it's a CallForward tying in to previous, chronologically later movies, but switches gears at the last second. [[spoiler: Wolverine's past self has been recovered by William Stryker, apparently setting up his involvement with Weapon X. Then we find out Stryker is actually Mystique in disguise.]]
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In one of Louis Sachar's ''WaysideSchool'' book series, a hypnotist brainwashes a character so that, upon hearing the word "pencil", he will see another kid's ear as candy. The rest of the chapter deals entirely with the subject of a lost pencil, yet not one character says the word "pencil." That having been said, the chapter is titled "A Story With a Disappointing Ending." [[spoiler:Several chapters later, when you're not looking for it, the BrickJoke hits.]]
* ''Discworld/{{Maskerade}}'', one of Creator/TerryPratchett's Literature/{{Discworld}} novels, is an homage to Phantom of the Opera. There's a [[FallingChandelierOfDoom giant, poorly attached chandelier hanging from the ceiling of the theater]], which several characters proclaim is an accident waiting to happen. Unlike in the Broadway musical version of Phantom of the Opera, however, this chandelier never does fall down, despite the villain's best efforts.
* Common in Creator/EphraimKishon's stories. For example, if he describes the Sabras. (An Israeli cactus fruit, or an Israeli born in the country.) "On the outer side, very prickly, but on the inside, completely inedible."
* In ''LemonySnicketTheUnauthorizedAutobiography'', a letter with the seal and signature of the Duchess R is accompanied by an unlabeled photograph of said Duchess with Mr. Snicket's sister. [[spoiler:Along with another unlabeled picture, which they told everyone was of them, but really wasn't.]]
* Christopher Paolini's ''Literature/InheritanceCycle''. Early on, there are flashes of a dream sequence that show an elven ship, two figures taller than six more that are holding hands, and two dragons flying into the sky. Early speculation figured it'd be Eragon and Arya sailing away, as Eragon was foretold to leave Alagaesia by Angela. However, at the end of Inheritance, [[spoiler:Eragon leaves, but Arya doesn't. The romance everyone thought was going to happen ends up not happening and more than a few readers were completely flabbergasted by this twist.]]
* In ''TheLostSymbol'', Robert Langdon is describing the horrors of the cult he belongs in: 'I kneel at the foot of an ancient instrument of torture and consume ritualistic symbols of blood and flesh.' ďAnd if any of you care to join me, come to the Harvard chapel on Sunday, kneel beneath the crucifix, and take Holy Communion.'
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* One of the more brilliant examples is from the sketch comedy ''TheKidsInTheHall'', in which two characters start the "WhosOnFirst" skit, but before long one of them realises what's going on and explains at length what the names of the players are and what bases they're playing.
* There's a great example in the ''FatherTed'' Christmas Special: ''A Christmassy Ted''. Father Ted states he wants a nice normal Christmas with no excitement or unexpected interruptions whatsoever. There's an awkward lengthy pause, and then the doorbell rings. An abandoned baby has been left on the doorstep, causing Ted to start. Then a woman appears out of the darkness, picks up the baby and asks, "Is this Mrs. O'Reilly's house?" and Ted directs her next door. On returning indoors he says to Dougal, "Can you imagine how funny it would have been if it had been an abandoned baby? We'd have had real laughs getting into all sorts of scrapes." Dougal replies: "Well, no Ted, it wouldn't have been that funny."
* In the ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' episode "Objects in Space" a fight in the corridor wakes Jayne up and he whips a bed sheet off his wall revealing an arsenal of weapons (complete with heroic leitmotif). Then he wraps himself up in the bed sheet and goes back to sleep.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'': "Double Or Nothing" has Angel give Cordelia a stake saying "you know what to do." It's implied that he is telling her to stake him if he loses the game and loses his soul, as well as Gunn's.(It MakesSenseInContext .) When he does lose, Cordelia stakes the demon he was playing with in his hand. This gives Angel the opportunity to cut off the demon's head.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Jonathan takes out a large gun and it's implied that he intends to shoot up the school. [[DrivenToSuicide He doesn't]].
* One of the many {{Catch Phrase}}s on ''Series/GetSmart'' was the "Would you believe [improbable statement]?" routine, which almost invariably ended with Max being [[VerbalBackspace beaten down]] to something far more plausible than his opening line.
** At one point, he claims that "One of our agents was lost in the Pentagon for five days, would you believe it? Five days!" After the obligatory I-find-that-very-hard-to-believe... he begins attempting to remember on which day he entered the Pentagon. Of course, Max is a GeniusDitz of the first order, so...
** And then the movie ''Get Smart Again'' pulled a BaitAndSwitch on that very gag: At the end, Max tells 99 "I love you more than the whole world. Would you believe it?" To which wife 99 replies "I believe it!"
** And then the remake movie uses it twice. The latter occurrence pulls a BaitAndSwitch on the gag as above, when Max is asked about the whereabouts of a nuclear bomb and in turn asks, "Would you believe...in the piano?" [[spoiler: It is]]. The first time plays it completely straight and delivers a CrowningMomentOfFunny in the process:
--> '''Max''': I think it's only fair to warn you, this facility is surrounded by a highly trained team of 130 Black Op Snipers.
--> '''Siegfried''': I don't believe you.
--> '''Max''': Would you believe two dozen Delta Force Commandos?
--> '''Siegfried''': No.
--> '''Max''': How about Chuck Norris with a BB gun?
* In ''NUMB3RS'', the following dialogue occurs between Charlie and a rival mathematician:
--> '''Charlie''': You're wrong. Its structure lacks originality or integrity.
-->'''Archrival''': It's a classic organization based on tested and proven elements.
-->'''C''': It's a chain! It's a chain with irregularities that come with maintaining complex matrices.
-->'''A''': Oh, so you propose that a single point mechanism provides superior output?
-->(Fleinhardt walks in.)
-->'''Fleinhardt''': Enough! Surely, two eminent mathematicians can find ways to calmly discuss theory.
-->'''C''': ... We're not discussing theory.
-->'''A''': No. We're talking hamburgers.
-->'''C''': Pie n' Burger's the best, man. There's no question about it.
-->'''A''': In and Out is far superior.
* ''TopGear''. All the time.
* In one of the episodes of the second series of ''Series/BlackAdder'', Edmund is shown doing what appears to be yelling at the Queen and Lord Melchett. After he is finished the Queen replies "And what did you say to him?"
* Most of the deaths in ''DeadLikeMe''.
--> Doomed fry cook picks up a very large knife and brings it down - on a potato. The stove won't light so he pulls out a match - and lights it without a hitch. He then proceeds to choke on a sandwich.
* A notable one at the start of the second season of ''NoahsArc''. [[spoiler:Noah is talking about this guy who he may be in love with, and based on the first season its implied to be Wade (the OneTruePairing). When we actually see the guy its Malik, who Noah cheated on Wade with earlier as part of a random hookup]].
* Series/SonsOfGuns: Steph uses a shotgun to win an accuracy contest while the guys use {{Handguns}}.
-->'''Kris''': I've been bamboozled!
* In ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' the gang find a tape of Robin which initially plays out as though it were porn. It's far worse -- she was a ''teen pop star.'' Though the line gets blurred a bit when they locate her later work, which has the visuals of a kids' educational show but a script that [[DoubleEntendre doesn't quite match]].
* On ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'' the chairman's scripted jokes often include things along the lines of:
--> "This is the news that Anne Robinson has had her face injected with Botox. Deadly poisonous and liable to induce vomiting, Anne Robinson presents ''TheWeakestLink''."
** Angus Deayton carried this style of joke over to ''Series/WouldILieToYou''; on both shows, it stayed after he went. Often, part of the joke is for the setup to be long enough for the GenreSavvy audience to figure out what's coming.
* One recurring sketch on ''TV To Go'' features an ex-con ranting about how much the world changed while he was in prison. One sketch had him going on a lengthy rant about the huge increase in surveillance and CCTV in the UK, which he follows by him relating how he and an accomplice had recently scouted a jewelry store, made sure it was clear then broke in by throwing a brick wrapped in newspaper at the window. The next day, the accomplice was arrested. Why? Because the newspaper was delivered to his house [[TooDumbToLive and still had his address written in the front page]].
* ''{{Series/Community}}'':
** Two students look at a problem on a chalkboard and say that it's unsolvable. After they leave, Troy looks at the problem and picks up a piece of chalk... then puts the chalk in his pocket and walks away.
** Also, this quote:
--> '''Troy''': Uh, guys, what does a pregnancy test look like?
--> '''Jeff''': ''*distracted*'' Eh, it looks like a thin piece of plastic with a thing on the end of it?
--> '''Troy''': Okay, so this is definitely A '''GUN'''!
* The the first three episodes of the first season of ''Series/TheAlmightyJohnsons'' grabbed the viewers' attention with nudity and sex. But went on to keep them with storyline and writing.
* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** In "A Good Man Goes To War", Amy, held hostage by Madame Kovarian, consoles her newborn daughter Melody by promising her, "There's a man who's never going to let us down. And not even an army can get in the way." Her speech sounds like she's talking about the Doctor, until she tells Melody, "That man is your father. He has a name, but the people of our world know him better... as the Last Centurion." At which point the audience realizes that she was talking about Rory.
** Since Moffat took over the show, people who seem to talk about the Doctor while meaning someone else have become commonplace. Most notably the opening narration of ''A Town Called Mercy'' is ultimately revealed to refer to [[spoiler: the MonsterOfTheWeek, who is more of an AntiVillain on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, and quite noble once his hunt is over.]]
** Episode titles sometimes do this. "The Next Doctor", "The Doctor's Daughter" and "The Doctor's Wife", for instance.
* A staple of Chandler's jokes on ''Series/{{Friends}}'' , especially when he talks about his parents and seems to be talking about his mother, but is actually talking about his (transvestite) father.
* ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': In the episode after Roz first announces her pregnancy, Daphne and Martin repeatedly question her on whether or not she's told the father, and on each occasion either Frasier or Niles suddenly walks in on their conversation, strongly implying that one of them is the father (more likely Frasier, since she still didn't get along too well with Niles at this point). As it actually turns out, [[spoiler:the father is a previously-unmentioned barista at the local coffee shop]].
* ''Series/{{QI}}'': "There are LOADS of female comedians, you just don't see them because they [[ConspiracyTheorist are rounded up and kept in a pen outside Harridge. You can adopt one online.]]
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[[folder:Music]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TywmpMQYojs The Assumption Song]] is based around this.
* The DireStraits song ''Industrial disease'' contains a fairly subtle one: After listing [[RuleOfThree two maladies]] caused by the protagonist's vices (smoker's cough from smoking, brewer's droop from drinking beer) the doctor in the song notes, "I don't know how you came to get the Bette Davis ...knees".
* Throughout most of the song, ChuckBerry's "Memphis, Tennessee" seems to be a typical story about a boy missing a girl. However, at the very end of the song, the singer reveals that he is missing his ''daughter''; This causes the listener to reconsider everything they just heard.
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[[folder:Sports]]
* During an opening segment on the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2UCuh3Hb8E Keith Olbermann]] sports show, Keith described a Japanese pitcher who is hyped up as being a must sign; known for dominating in Japan, and is seen by experts as a future superstar in the sport of professional baseball. Given that Masahiro Tanaka was just signed to a huge money contract for the New York Yankees, people assumed Keith was talking about him. But he was actually taking about Hideki Irabu, who was hyped up just like Tanaka in the past. Was signed to a huge money contract for the New York Yankees, then crashed and burned as a huge sports bust.
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[[folder:Misc]]
* Many trolls or people who are bored on a forum will usually post a topic title that grabs everyone's attention, but the actual opening post has nothing to do with the topic title. This is usually done by people who just want the attention and this is also how Rick Rolling got started.
* Another method involves starting a topic with a double meaning, with one interpretation (usually the more obvious one) being highly shocking or offensive, but the actual post being about the more mundane interpretation. For example, starting a topic with the title "I HATE FAGGOTS", only for the post to actually be about [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faggot_%28food%29 the poster's distaste for the food item]].
* It's at least OlderThanPrint. A [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2479730/The-worlds-oldest-jokes-revealed-by-university-research.html tenth-century joke]] found in Britain goes ''What hangs at a manís thigh and wants to poke the hole that itís often poked before? A key.''
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[[folder:NewspaperComics]]
* [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1983&addr=830403 In this sunday story]], a dog was approaching {{Garfield}}, giving the impression he'd maul the cat but then the dog instead invites Garfield for lunch. Garfield commented that "Things aren't always as they seem".
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[[folder:Radio]]
* From ''TheGoonShow'' (one of many examples):
-->'''Grytpype-Thynne''': I thought I saw a Greek urn buried in the sand.\\
'''Moriarty''': [[{{Henway}} What's a Greek urn?]]\\
'''Grytpype-Thynne''': It's a vase made by Greeks for carrying liquids.\\
'''Moriarty''': I didn't expect that answer.\\
'''Grytpype-Thynne''': Neither did quite a few smart-alec listeners.
* ''Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue'' had a recurring segment in which the panellists announced arrivals with {{Punny Name}}s at a themed Charity Ball. (e.g. at the Christmas Ball: "Mr. and Mrs. Amanger, and their son Wayne.") One episode had a Cheesemakers' Ball, and one of the announcements was "Mr. and Mrs. Zola and their son... Emile." Or at the Menswear Ball, "From Scotland, Mr. and Mrs. Strap and their son...Dougal."
* ''You'll Have Had Your Tea: The Doings of Radio/HamishAndDougal'' does this a lot, sometimes combining it with the OverlyLongGag. They take longer ''not'' to do the "Watson, someone has stolen our tent" gag than it takes to tell it.
* ''Radio/TheNewsQuiz'' likes to use a similar form to the ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'' example (see above under "Live-action TV"), e.g.:
--> "King Juan Carlos of Spain has caused outrage among animal rights campaigners and recession-hit Spaniards by paying £27,000 to hunt elephants in Botswana. Facing rapid extinction and plagued by inbreeding, the Spanish royal family have ruled for centuries."
* In Radio/TheFrantics' "Last Will and Temperament" sketch, the late Arthur Muldoon's will states that his overly-emotional sister Jenny shall be bequeathed a boot to the head (and one for her wimpy husband Chester). Subverted with his alcoholic brother Hedge, to whom he bequeathed three crates of whiskey and [[DoubleSubverted a boot to the head]] (and one for Jenny and the wimp). To Mrs. Mulroy, who took care of him, he bequeathed a boot to the head (and another for Jenny and the wimp).
** To his lawyer, he left not a boot to the head but [[GroinAttack a rabid Tasmanian Devil, to be placed in his trousers.]]
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[[folder:RealLife]]
* This is, unfortunately, TruthInTelevision, and isn't usually funny, even if the one doing the bating-and-switching may (or may not) think so. Some parents have actually done this to their sons / daughters. One example appears in a radio ad, although it (the ad) was intended to be funny:
-->'''Mom''': Hurry, or we'll be late for the Music/{{Aerosmith}} concert!
-->(everyone gets in)
-->'''Mom''': Did I say "Aerosmith concert"? I meant "dentist appointment!"
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[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]]
* While doing a bit about football Creator/RobinWilliams described quarterbacks as "men with big hands and big feet, and you ladies know what that means. Yes... big gloves and big shoes."
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* One ''TabletopGame/{{Paranoia}}'' mission starts out with a NPC being dragged off for termination, strongly suggesting to the players that it's going to be important somehow. It isn't - it's just there to mess with their heads when they fail to find anything else out about it.
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[[folder:Theater]]
* TheCompleteWorksOfWilliamShakespeareAbridged has an example similar to the very first one on this page. Austin's book is called "I Love My Willie" which he decides he wants to whip out. As the audience laughs, he takes his book out from his pants.
* In ''TheOddCouple'', at the end of the first act, Oscar tells Felix that he's saving all the chips on the floor for his game tomorrow. Felix gets a vacuum and picks them up anyway. Oscar comes back in and yells, "Hey!" Then he follows up with..."I didn't know I had one of those!"
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}'', [[MadArtist Sander Cohen]] hires you to finish his "masterpiece" (which consists of four photographs of corpses held, of course, by [[WaxMuseumMorgue suspiciously bloodstained plaster statues]]). After you add the third photo, Cohen, like [[EverythingTryingToKillYou everyone you've met so far]], sends a group of Splicers to kill you. He then apologizes and asks you for the last photo. When you add it, he comes down the stairs, thanks you, and [[spoiler:gives you a powerup before letting you leave]]. It's ''really'' unexpected.
* One puzzle in the first episode of ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam and Max: The Devil's Playhouse]]'' requires the player to set up what appears in the {{Flash Forward}}s to be a BananaPeel gag on one of Skun Ka'pe's henchmen. Instead, you lure him over to the banana so that Max can knock him out with a pair of trash can lids.
* In ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople: 8-Bit is Enough'', Strong Bad finds out that the Trogsword is located in "a magical world where platforms mysteriously hang in the air, and extra men are extremely hard to come by". He replies "Platforms, eh? (in his Dangeresque voice) Looks like I'm gonna have to... (speaks quickly) ...find a way into the Stinkoman game and get the Trogsword before he does!"
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'' opens with one. {{Mooks}} are talking about how Batman won't be in the titular city, just as a pointy eared shadow appears behind them. One would would expect a MassOhCrap moment, but it's only Catwoman. Although considering that they're standing between her and the safe she plans to rob, [[ActionGirl it's just as well]].
* A room in ''VideoGame/TheSeventhGuest'' has a cutscene in which one of the guests draws attention to a maze design on the rug. Zooming in allows you to look at the maze design, but when you actually start the puzzle, the rug is suddenly swept aside and a chess puzzle ensues on the checkerboard floor. For bonus points, the maze design is a [[ChekhovsGun map to the maze in the cellar]]!
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', there's a series of optional bosses that lead up to the [[SummonMagic Esper,]] Chaos. The first one? Really damn big. When you get to the second one, an even ''bigger'' monster is at the door... which promptly falls over, dead. And a little bunny-looking thing hops on top of the dead monster. [[spoiler: [[CuteBruiser Turns out]], [[LightningBruiser you really would rather]] [[ThatOneBoss have fought the big monster.]]]]
* On december 18 2013, Creator/{{Nintendo}} announced on ''Nintendo Direct'' that they had new information on a title you were probably familiar with. The trailer starts with Franchise/{{Kirby}} flying in space and landing on ''VideoGame/MarioKart'''s Rainbow Road track while characters drive their karts, making it seem like Kirby would be playable in the then-upcoming ''Mario Kart 8''. Shortly after, Rosalina from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' appears, and it turns out the trailer was announcing her as a playable character in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' for the WiiU and Nintendo3Ds (An actual ''Mario Kart'' trailer was shown afterwards).
* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros 3'' has a good example. After you rescue and change back the seventh king, he says he is giving you a letter from the princess, but it turns out to be a letter from Bowser saying that he's kidnapped the princess while you were out and about saving the kings.
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[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''ASDFMovie'':
** A guy is asked to hold a live bomb. The guy who gave him the bomb comes back a few seconds later and takes it back. No explosion, next skit. Look closely and you'll notice the fuse gets longer at the end.
** "This is a robbery." *dramatic sting and close-up* *hangs up and walks away*. Next skit.
** "WARNING POINTLESS BUTTON" is pointless.
** "Damnit Jenkins, a giraffe will never be president!" "Yeah, you're... probably right."
** "Die, potato!" "I like trains."
* In one episode of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', [[spoiler: Tex]] has been continually [[GroinAttack hitting Grif in the nuts]] throughout the episode. Then Simmons finally manages to shoot a heat-seeking rocket launcher at the tormentor. After a [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome really cool]] set of acrobatics with a set of portals, [[spoiler: Tex]] (with the rocket still in hot pursuit) [[MegatonPunch punches her way]] through Sarge, Tucker, and Simmons, and slides under Grif. Grif cringes, seeing the rocket coming right for him... and it flies harmlessly under his legs. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Which instead]] [[StuffBlowingUp blows up the pile of rockets right behind him.]]
* Zigzagged in ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'':
--> '''Vegeta:''' Now watch, Kakarrot, as your life becomes inconsequential, as I reveal my GIANT MONKEY-
--> -Camera zooms in on Vegeta's crotch-
--> '''Crowd:''' (gasp)
--> '''Vegeta:''' FORM!
--> -Camera goes back to Vegeta's face-
--> '''Crowd:''' (sighs of relief)
--> '''Random Guy in Crowd:''' [[DontExplainTheJoke Thank god, I thought he meant penis!]]
* '' HomestarRunner:'' In Strong Bad's email where he creates his own candy bar, he keeps making the viewer think he's going to cover it in chocolate, but keeps changing it to something else like: "cover it with smooth, rich, creamy...pepperoni!" Eventually, he does top it off with chocolate and calls it "the ol' BBC" (Boring, Brown Chocolate).
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'': The episode "Pirate Shipping" uses this, and then immediate switches right back.
-->'''Big Mac:''' Would you like to know why they call me "Big Mac"? It's because I love to mack on yarr. And also because I've got a giant [[CurseCutShort co--]]\\
'''*14 HOURS LATER*'''
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* ''SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal'' is known for this, often either subverting a punchline or using a completely different and wholly unexpected one. Enough so that sometimes it makes a gag out of doubling back on itself. [[http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=561 Several times, in one instance.]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Xkcd}}'' has "[[http://xkcd.com/850_large/ The World According to a Group of Americans... who turned out to be unexpectedly good at geography, derailing our attempt to illustrate their country's attitude towards the rest of the world]]".
* Harrison's [[http://nedroid.com/2011/04/secret-origins/ Origin Story]] in ''{{Webcomic/Nedroid}}''. In fact, all of the origin stories are great for the baits and the switches.
* [[http://s203.photobucket.com/albums/aa318/spifferifical/cyanide%20and%20happiness/?action=view§t=comiccats1.png&sort=ascending This]] ''Webcomic/CyanideAndHappiness''' comic.
* In ''SkinHorse'', the Abbess of the Notaries tells Unity about a [[http://skin-horse.com/comic/todays-comic-769/ prophecy]]. According to her, their Chosen One will be "composed of part many, yet one, a being of great potential, but consumed by barely-suppressed hunger and violence" :
-->'''Abbess''': So obviously a civil servant.
-->'''Unity''': Plus I'm an omnivorous construct zombie.
-->'''Abbes''': Whatever
* ''Webcomic/BlasterNation'' #297: It looks like Derrick is lying in bed (with Melissa asleep in his arms) regretting the fact that they'd made love. The rest of the page reveals that what was bugging Derrick was the radio playing Mexican polka music, and he couldn't get up and turn it off without disturbing Melissa.
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* The dreaded trap videos on Website/YouTube, which set up a misleading thumbnail, title, and description to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SvJ3fSlXww lure in audiences looking for those key words]], then [[TheGadfly troll]] them by showing SomethingCompletelyDifferent. The RickRoll was the most common variant in its heyday, although there are plenty of videos that [[SensoryAbuse go beyond this]] in terms of obnoxiousness.
* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSENunxnGpc Back to the Whoture]]'' promises an epic crossover of ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' and Music/TheWho. [[spoiler:Then as they travel through time they happen to crash into the police box of [[Series/DoctorWho a certain other Who]]...]]
* In WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of ''Film/{{Catwoman}}'', four Catwoman actresses confront him. They ask how attractive women dressed like cats can ever get as much attention as Halle Berry. The Critic (who previously encouraged them to flaunt their breasts) says that on the internet, there's an easy way, as dramatic music starts. [[spoiler:They star in cat videos.]]
* In ToddInTheShadows review of ChrisBrown's ''Deuces'', he does this while admitting that he does enjoy ragging on Brown.
-->'''Todd''': Now, all critics have their favorite whipping boys, and from the beginning, one of mine was Chris Brown. I love beating on Chris Brown just as much as Chris Brown likes beating... (Picture of Brown's head photo-edited onto a waitress at a breakfast restaurant) eggs for his famous homestyle breakfasts.
* Invoked in ''DrHorriblesSingAlongBlog'' when Moist mentions that he went on a double date with twins Bait and Switch.
-->Dr. Horrible: Oh yeah, how did that go?
-->Moist: Well, I was supposed to end up with Bait, but...you know...
* In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEq_Fz3bBO8 this video]], Michael the Terrible Boyfriend ponders how to get into his girlfriend's house without her parents noticing, and sees a pizza delivery truck come. He looks at it and asks "[[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering Are you thinking what I'm thinking? I think you are!]]". Cut to him [[GainaxEnding riding a pterodactyl into her home, which then eats her.]]
* ''Website/TlfTravelAlerts'' claims [[https://twitter.com/TlfTravelAlerts/status/490161391182286848 is hot enough]] in the London Underground to literally fry eggs on the escalators. How ever you shouldn't try to do it [[{{Beat}} ...]] they are on a diet.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has so many that [[BaitAndSwitch/TheSimpsons it has its own sub page]].
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''
** In the early episode "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo", Kenny (who dies horribly in almost every episode) is continually subjected to a series of extremely hazardous situations. But nothing ever happens and he survives to the end of the episode for the first time.
** Another example is the episode "Mecha-Streisand". Instead of being trampled by [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever the giant metal Barbra Streisand]], Kenny gets strangled playing tether-ball.
** Happens multiple times in the more recent episodes when you expect Kenny to die like being held at gunpoint, but doesn't.
** If there is an episode where the preview involves anything that will get a large portion of the fanbase going "Ha ha, they're making fun of X" the actual episode will likely portray X in a much more endearing manner, while those that see it as cheap, AcceptableTargets will be the ones on the receiving end of a TakeThat. These episodes typically center around Cartman The most recent notable example is "Poor and Stupid", with regard to NASCAR and its fanbase.
** Part 2 of [episode title]... WILL NOT BE SHOWN TODAY to bring you this special showing of Terrance And Philip!
** In "You Have 0 Friends", the whole sequence of Stan trapped inside the world of Facebook is a homage of {{TRON}}, and it appears that everything is all set for the inevitable Lightcycle race... when the bikes are abruptly replaced with a game of {{Yahtzee}}.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
** Bender has been rigged to a bomb which is set to go off on his most frequently used word. As it goes through the list, it starts to get to his catchphrase, "Number 5:Bite... Number 4: My... Number 3: Shiny... Number 2: Daffodil..."
** In "Bender's Game", when the characters enter a cave called the Cave of Hopelessness:
-->'''Frydo:''' Mr. Wizard, why is this place called the Cave of Hopelessness?
-->'''Greyfarn:''' Oh, fear not, lad. 'Tis named for its discoverer, Reginald Hopelessness...
-->'''Frydo:''' Whew!
-->'''Greyfarn:''' ...the first man to be eaten alive by the Tunneling Horror.
** In "The Problem with Popplers", the crew wants to find a name for a new food:
-->'''Bender:''' They're tasty, right? Let's call 'em "Tasty-cles".
-->''(CollectiveGroan)''
-->'''Leela:''' We can't call them that.
-->'''Bender:''' Why not?
-->'''Leela:''' It sounds too much like those frozen Rocky Mountain oysters on a stick. You know, Test-cicles?
** The Mars University Professor Fisherprice Shpeekenshpell (a robot with [[NonindicativeName a Mattell See 'n Say]] for a head) continually talks with programmed lines like "The cow says 'Moo'" (apparently he proved that 50 years ago and had been coasting on it ever since). When it comes time to vote on Amy's doctorate:
-->'''Professor Katz''': We shall now vote, "Yay" or "Nay". Nay.
-->'''Wernstrom''': Nay!
-->'''Bubblegum''': Hell, nay!
-->'''Shpeekenshpell''': The horse says, "Doctorate denied".
** From the first episode.
-->'''Cop:''' Keep you big nose out of this, Eyeball!
-->'''Leela:''' ''No one'' makes fun of my nose.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' is loaded with these! [[BaitAndSwitch/FamilyGuy So many that it has its own page too!]]
* ''TheClevelandShow'' episode "'Til Deaf" when two kids placing the letter R over the "ELECTIONS TODAY" sign outside the high school. They actually placed it over the letter I.
* Happens sometimes on ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', a show full of {{Running Gag}}s:
** In "Voyage to the Bottom of Buford", Candace uses a disposable camera to document the boys' adventures; meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz has invented the Media-Erase-Inator. That seems to fit perfectly, but the ray actually ends up erasing a stop sign, causing a traffic accident which knocks over a water tower, and the resulting wave of water destroys the camera.
** In "Gaming the System", Candace gets sucked into Phineas and Ferb's video game when she was in the middle of getting ready for a date with Jeremy. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz has created a laser that puts fancy dresses on anyone who is shot with it. Right before Jeremy shows up, Perry and Dr. Doofenshmirtz fight and cause the laser to accidentally go off and shoot... everyone in the yard except Candace. Soon after that, Perry gets out of the dress he was wearing and it falls on Candace (and somehow does her hair).
** "S'Winter": Doofenshmirtz creates the Meltinator ray, leading one to think that it will melt the boys' mountain of snow. Instead, it shorts out the city's power when he plugs it in, shutting off the fans that kept the snow cooled, and the snow melts on its own.
** One unrelated to the show's running gags occurs in "A Real Boy". Candace gets Stacy to hypnotize her into not wanting to bust the boys anymore, with the result that the phrase "Holy guacamole!" will make Candace give up her urges to bust her brothers, and "Leaping lizards!" will make her go back to normal. When Candace heads off on her date with Jeremy, the two of them spot a ''literal'' leaping lizard, and Jeremy rattles off several treacherously-close synonyms for the code phrase, which actually ends up being said by a passing kid.
* On ''{{Jimmy Two-Shoes}}'', just before Jimmy is about to perform a particularly irresponsible stunt, Beezy tells them to be careful not to break his dad's PricelessMingVase. Jimmy performs the stunt...and misses the vase entirely. Beezy dances around and celebrates... and spikes the vase.
* In the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Twilight Sparkle has been told by her mentor to make some friends, but she has absolutely no interest in doing so. However, every pony she interacts with makes some kind of "we're gonna be friends" comment, causing her to have a reaction of some sort (spit take, eye twitch, etc). When the last pony, Pinkie Pie, throws her a party so "now you have lots and lots of friends," Twilight nearly hurks her drink... not because of Pinkie's comment, but because she accidentally took a big sip of [[BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce hot sauce]].
* In JusticeLeagueUnlimited, there's an episode where WonderWoman gets turned into a pig by Circe. Toward the end, Batman offers to bargain with Circe to get her back.
-->'''Circe''': I want something from you that's ''very'' precious. Something you've worked ''very'' hard to conceal. Something when gone, you can never reclaim. Something... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57zFkL9GSZA soul-shattering.]]
* In TheLooneyTunesShow:
** Daffy tries his hand at inventing. His speech indicates he's invented a time machine... but he's invented a suitcase.
** There is also a classic LooneyTunes short that ends with this. BugsBunny has to deal with some hillbilly hawks. The short ends with a series of gags that end with one of the hawks shooting the other every time he hears the word "four" (or any honynym of that word). At the very end, it shows Bugs dressed like a golfer about to yell out "Fore!" but then he stops himself by saying, "Nah. Why should I get in on the act?"
** Subverted: Bugs starts to sing the first couple of lines of [[spoiler:"I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover"]]. On repeat.
* In the well-publicized ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy''/''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' crossover, Billy spills mustard on his father's pants. He reasons, out loud, that there's only one group of kids who can help solve his problems, and grabs the phone... where he calls the cast of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''... who ''then'' tell him to call the Kids Next Door.
* In the pilot episode of ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', the Delightful Children from Down the Lane say at the end that the girl they chose to prevent the Kids Next Door from taking their birthday cake that they refuse to share was a horrible choice that they never should have used. The girl makes this face and gets angered, not because of what the Delightful Children said, but because the Delightfuls' cake was coconut flavor, which she hated.
* {{Lampshaded}} in ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool''. Kuzco claims to have the perfect way to get into a store he's been kicked out of. Cut to a llama with a head and feet that look suspiciously like Kuzco's walking into the store. Kuzco then jumps out from offscreen and attacks the guard. Kuzco then stops the show and says, "You're probably wondering what that llama that looked just like me had to do with my plan. Absolutely nothing."
* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''
** In the episode, "Unfortunate Cookie", Dee Dee comes into Dexter's lab to tell him about a Chinese finger trap she found in her box of fortune cookies. Dexter responds by saying, "How can it be?" and begins a mathematical lecture about what we think is the possibilities of that happening, but it turned out he was just complaining about how Dee Dee keeps coming into his lab.
** In the episode, "G.I.R.L. Squad", Dee Dee and her friends come into Dexter's lab to ask him what "Lick crime" means. Dexter gives the girls a tour of stuff they might need to help them with their mission, which eventually leads to a teleporter, which Dexter winds up using to teleport the girls out of his lab so they won't bother him.
** In the episode, "Dexter is Dirty", Dexter starts yelling at Dee Dee after she fails to help him up while he's elaborated. She starts to look sad and imagine herself out in the snow, but it turns out she's picturing herself sledding down a mountain, and this gives her the idea to use Dexter as a sled.
** In the episode, "Coupon for Craziness", Dee Dee is about to give Dextor (Dexter's hyper counterpart) a cookie, but he says he's not allowed to have sweets. Dee Dee says, "Oooooooohhh!" That means...she gives Dextor the other cookie! (It was most likely sugar free.)
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', Timmy's parents congratulate him on being a local hero after he pretends to capture the Goatnapper, leading to this exchange.
-->'''Timmy''': Uhhh... guys? You'd still love me even if I wasn't a hero, right?
-->(beat)
-->(both parents look at each other)
-->'''Mom''': Well of course we would, honey.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'':
** In Slappy Squirrel's debut cartoon, "Slappy Goes Walnuts", Doug the Dog sets out a xylophone for Slappy to play that's set to explode when she hits a specific note. Slappy decides to play "Those Endearing Young Charms", and the viewer is set to believe she'll keep hitting the wrong note, which is a joke that's been done to death in the ''LooneyTunes'' franchise. The thing is, she actually ''does'' hit the correct note, and explosion ends up going off on Doug the Dog.
-->'''Slappy''': Old gag, new twist.
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''
** At the beginning of the episode, "Just Deserts", the narrator talks about how Townsville is safe from crimes. He talks to a random guy who acts like he doesn't know what keeps Townsville safe from crime while the Powerpuff Girls are behind him playing. The narrator tells the man to look behind him, but it turns out he was actually referring to a prison further out in the distance.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010'' episode, "Beauty is Only Fur Deep", Champ tells the Pound Puppies the story about how he lost his fur and his self-esteem in a flashback. As he tells the story, he keeps coming to parts where he could have possibly lost his fur. For each one, Niblet interrupts by saying, "Is that how you lost your fur?" but it wasn't. It turns out he lost his fur...from eating a piece of boisenberry pie! (He's allergic to boisenberry.)
* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' is basically built around this trope!
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[[folder:TV Tropes Wiki]]
* There's a crapload of tropes based on this topic.
[[index]]
** BaitAndSwitchBoss
** BaitAndSwitchComment
** BaitAndSwitchComparison
** BaitAndSwitchCredits
** BaitAndSwitchGunshot
** BaitAndSwitchLesbians
** BaitAndSwitchTyrant
** DebateAndSwitch
** DiscriminateAndSwitch
** DoubleSubversion
** LeaningOnTheFourthWall
** SatireAndSwitch
** {{Subversion}}
** TheUnfought
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