->"''Kick the jukebox, slam the floor\\
Drink, drink, drink, drink some more\\
I can't think\\
Hey! What's in this drink?\\
It feels like somebody put something\\
Somebody put something in my drink''"
-->-- '''TheRamones''', "Somebody Put Something In My Drink"

Tricking someone into drinking a drugged beverage. One of the most common causes of InstantSedation next to a TapOnTheHead. Used to knock out a {{Mook}}, to capture a hero or other good guy for evil purposes (such as [[PressGanged shanghaiing them onto a ship]]), or more insidiously, for purposes of date rape. If the other person suspects something, they may [[DiscreetDrinkDisposal discreetly dispose of the drink]] or attempt a PoisonedChaliceSwitcheroo.

One of TheOldestTricksInTheBook. To the disappointment of many horny guys, it does not work for [[ADateWithRosiePalms that]] purpose, so [[DontTryThisAtHome you're better not to attempt it]].

The person doing the drugging may ask WhyCantYouSayGoodNight, and the person who's been drugged may have some PartingFromConsciousnessWords.

When this is done by adding a lethal drug to outright kill someone, see TamperingWithFoodAndDrink.

TruthInTelevision: Read all about the original Mickey Finn on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mickey_Finn_(drugs) Wikipedia]].

[[IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do whatsoever with]] [[MickeyMouse a certain Disney mascot]].

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!!Examples:

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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* In ''TowerOfGod'', Tin gave Prince a can of special coffee claiming it would boost his abilities. Prince is suspicious and gives the drink to Yihwa instead, who drinks it and passes out, since the drink was naturally drugged. [[spoiler: That was [[BatmanGambit exactly as planned]], as she was now receptive to a PuppeteerParasite.]]
* ''MahouSenseiNegima'' has the BigBad of the Mahorafest arc drugging Negi and Setsuna so that they'll be forced to use her time machine to get back on schedule.
* ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'' has actually used this quite a few times in the manga, usually with Ranma just trying to end a date quicker.
** In an amusing example, female Ranma found herself roped into a date with a [[IllGirl sickly boy]] who wouldn't take his medicine unless she gave it to him... ''[[IntimateHealing personally]]''. After several unsuccessful tries to just dump the stuff in his mouth, she quickly went "Look over there!" and poured it into his drink, exactly as ''he'' poured sleeping powder into ''her'' drink. When she woke up a long time later, he STILL hadn't taken the medicine.
* ''LightNovel/{{Sukisho}}'' sees this done to [[spoiler:Sora and Nao, with Soushi drugging their tea and taking them in for a vaugely described medical exam.]]
* The heroes in ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima'' do this to an an entire detachment of Gallian soldiers during the third season. Since it's so dilute by that point, it takes longer for the effects to appear.
** Also at the end of second season where Saito slips a sleeping potion into Louise's glass of wine so he can [[spoiler:get Julio to take her to safety while he [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome sacrifices his life to delay an advancing army]].]]
* To keep [[{{Naruto}} Jiraiya]] from interfering with her plans to deal with Orochimaru, Tsunade pours Jiraiya a shot of sake and adds some unidentified white powder to it. The powder has the effect of putting Jiraiya to sleep and sapping his chakra; Jiraiya comments that Tsunade is the only person he knows that can design a drug that can be slipped into a drink and unnoticed by a ninja.
** He even uses the term in the English dub after coming to.
* In the movie of ''RevolutionaryGirlUtena'', a flashback shows that [[spoiler:Akio]] did this to [[spoiler:his sister Anthy]] and then took advantage of her sexually. This is icky enough, but it then goes on to show that afterwards he realized that she was awake and began to panic, and wound up [[spoiler:stabbing her and then falling out a window to his death]]. Yikes. Worse still? Turns out [[PoisonedChaliceSwitcheroo they'd had each other's drinks]]. Partly contributing to the above spoilered event.
* From the [[KunihikoIkuhara same director]], ''Anime/MawaruPenguindrum'' has several example of it.
** In episode 8 [[spoiler:Ringo]] drugs a cake that [[spoiler:Tabuki and Shouma]] eat, and proceeds to try and rape an unconscious [[spoiler:Tabuki]]. Luckily, an interruption stops anything from happening.
** And then in episode 10 [[spoiler:Shouma]] is given a spiked dessert when [[spoiler:hospitalized]], and the person who gave it to him [[spoiler:(Masako)]] kidnaps him afterwards.
** And in episode 14, [[spoiler:''Ringo'']] is the one in the receiving end, when [[spoiler:Yuri]] drug her drink to [[spoiler:rape her]].
* If Auguste Beau from ''Manga/KazeToKiNoUta'' offers you wine, drink it at your own risk. [[spoiler:Rosemariné]] fell victim to this in the past, and later in the story, so does [[spoiler:Serge]]. The results in both cases are... less than pleasant.
* In ''TigerAndBunny'', [[spoiler:Maverick]] has a habit of drugging people's drinks before he [[spoiler:wipes their mind]].
* ''Manga/SoulEater'': The Thompson Sisters managed to keep [[spoiler:Giriko]] unconscious while his base was being infiltrated by pretending to be his maids, convincing him to go out with them for some drinks, and slipping drugs into his drink. Kid was quite curious as to ''why'' they had drugs on them, especially considering they probably hadn't come up with such a plan before they left home.
* Happens to Mugen (and maybe Jin) in ''SamuraiChamploo'', when they wake up they have no money. Earlier in the series Mugen falls for a TamperingWithFoodAndDrink involving sake and ''One Night Mushroom''.
* One episode of ''HellGirl'' has a sleazeball of a guy drugging his girlfriend this way, so that another friend of his can "borrow" her for the evening [[SexAsRiteOfPassage in order to finally lose his virginity.]]
* In ''MobileSuitGundamWingEndlessWaltz'', this happens to Relena at a meeting concerning the L3 colonies. Her tea is drugged, and when she wakes up, she's being held hostage by the Mariemaia faction.
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[[folder:Comicbooks]]
* This has been a recurring problem in DC Comics. In at least one ''JusticeLeague'' story, some of those mickeys cause MindControl.
* In one MarvelComics story that echoes ancient Egyptian myth, Sekhmet, the goddess of destruction, is defeated when Amadeus Cho [[http://i345.photobucket.com/albums/p388/proteus_lives/Scan11946.jpg force-feeds her chloral hydrate]], turning her into Hathor, [[http://i345.photobucket.com/albums/p388/proteus_lives/Scan11947.jpg goddess of love]]... and apparently, [[OddJobGods goddess of LOLcats.]]
* Happens to Gabe Webb in ''TheMazeAgency Annual'' #1.
* Papa Smurf in ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' comic book story "The Smurfs And The Book That Tells Everything" was given a glass of smurfonade after he had collapsed and was brought back to the village, which was laced with a formula that the book gave to Lazy for curing insomnia. While he was asleep, his little Smurfs locked him inside his own house.
** Before that, in the comic book version of "The Astro Smurf" (and its AnimatedAdaptation), Papa Smurf had put a sleeping potion in the raspberry juice that he had Astro Smurf drink before he went into his spaceship to take off.
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[[folder:Fairy Tales]]
* In most if not all versions of the fairytale "Literature/TheTwelveDancingPrincesses", the princesses prevent anyone from learning the secret of how their dancing shoes are worn out every night by giving their assigned watchers a drugged drink; the hero must perform a DiscreetDrinkDisposal in order to stay awake and solve the mystery. RobinMcKinley's version of the story hangs a lampshade on the fact that nobody previous to the hero thought to do this but simply drank what they were given.
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[[folder: FanFic]]
* A more benign version in the ''StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' fanfic ''FanFic/StepByStep'': [=McCoy=] drugs Kirk's soup and drink to make sure he gets some sleep. He gets a double whammy because he actually drank both.
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Basil and Dawson are given drugged drinks in ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective''. Basil is GenreSavvy enough to test his drink first, but Dawson is not so fortunate.
* In ''[[{{Asterix}} Asterix Conquers America]]'', the Indian medicine man tricks Asterix, Obelix and Getafix into smoking a tainted peace pipe to knock them out. Getafix even [[AnachronismStew anachronistically]] says "He's slipped us a Mickey."
* In ''Disney/TheAristocats'' the butler adds [[ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare enough sleeping pills to kill a human]] to the "creme de la creme a la Edgar" he serves the cats for dinner
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Done to Nina in ''Film/BlackSwan'' when she's at the bar with Lily. [[MindScrew Maybe]].
* Done both to and by the main character of ''Film/TheRundown'', using poisonous native fruit.
* In the 1956 film ''AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'', Fix drugs Passepartout's drink and knocks him out--in the book, he just gets him drunk and persuades him to smoke opium, with the same result.
* In ''Film/TheBigLebowski'', Jackie Treehorn makes a "Hell of a Caucasian" for the Dude.
* Nicely avoided by the would be victim in the 50s black-and-white film ''The House on Telegraph Hill''. The husband brings a carafe of orange juice with one glass poured out. Due to the rest of the film the wife is very suspicious. When the husband returns to the room he asks why she hasn't drunk her juice and she says that it tasted funny. He pours a glass from the jug, tells her it tastes fine and makes her drink her own glass. Shortly afterwards he admits the juice in the glass was poisoned and that she is dying. He's a bit upset when she tells him that she poured a fresh glass, poured the first glass back into the jug and washed that glass.
* This is also an AbbottAndCostello routine. Lou realizes his drink has been poisoned, so he distracts the bad guy ("HELLO! Steve, old boy!") so he can switch the glasses. HilarityEnsues, especially when the move was faked.
* Film/TheThreeStooges also did several variations on the theme, often with a disgusting cocktail Moe would dub an [[PigLatin "Icky-may"]]. In "Pals and Gals", the recipient of the spiked drink [[DudeNotFunny actually died]]!
* In ''TheBankDick'', W.C. Fields labors to keep the bank examiner from doing his job - lures him into his regular saloon for a quick drink, and surreptitiously asks the bartender if "Michael Finn" has been in. The doctored drink leaves the examiner very ill.
* Used twice on Rigby Reardon in ''Film/DeadMenDontWearPlaid''.
* ''Film/TheLivingDaylights'' - Kara gives James Bond a martini laced with chloral hydrate.
* ''ThePresidentsAnalyst'' - affable Soviet spy Kropotkin rescues Dr. Schaefer and gives him a drink from a flask while appealing to his sense of reason to get him to defect to Russia...but to cover his bases, the drink is drugged to knock him out.
** Earlier on, an agent of the [[spoiler: Canadian Secret Service]] adds LSD to the ice supply of a nightclub, sending everyone who drinks (including several Federal agents) into a tripped-out orgy, and making it easy to abduct the doctor in the chaos.
* In ''Film/DivineSecretsOfTheYaYaSisterhood'', the titular sisterhood slips a roofie into Sidda's drink so they can take her to the old cabin and explain to her the secrets of her mother's past.
* In ''HardCandy'', 32-year old pedophile Jeff Kohlver learns the hard way that the rules about never letting someone else mix your drink apply both ways when his would be victim, 14-year-old Hayley Stark, drugs him this way.
* Irene Adler pulls a clever one on Holmes in ''Film/SherlockHolmes'' using an ''unopened'' bottle of wine. [[spoiler:She uses a syringe to inject the drug through the cork and a match to re-melt the wax and conceal the hole.]]
* Pretty much the primary plot point of ''Film/TheHangover''.
* While not directly referenced in the film, the {{Rifftrax}} for ''Film/{{Spider-Man}}'' suggests that this happens to Norman Osborn a lot.
-->'''Kevin''' (as Norman)''':''' ''I drank a whole bottle of Grey Goose and woke up on the floor; someone must have slipped me a Mickey!''
* Done in ''TheNakedTruth'' , at one point to someone who was Micky Finned the previous evening from the very same bottle. [[IdiotBall At the very same place]].
* ''Film/{{Eraser}}''. Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger takes a bottled water invitingly placed in a bucket in front of him. When one of the corrupt feds also goes to take one, TheMole quietly stops him and gives him a drink from the fridge, saying: "You'll like this better." Within moments Arnie's feeling the effects of the knockout drug -- of course it [[{{determinator}} doesn't slow him down much]].
* The point of the 1950 film, ''Film/{{DOA}}''. The protagonist is told he's been poisoned, and has only a couple of days to live. The film chronicles him trying to find out who poisoned him and why.
* In ''{{Misery}}'' a kidnapped Paul tries it, but his captor accidentally knocks the glass over.
* Referenced and subverted in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'': The NATO general responds to the Hellfire Club's first display of mutant powers with "What the hell did you put in my drink?!", thinking that he must be hallucinating.
** Played straight in ''Film/X2XMenUnited'': Mystique utilized this method to inject the guard assigned to Magneto's prison with iron so he'd be an unwitting accomplice in the latter's escape.
* In ''Film/ImJuli'', a poison ring filled with LSD is used to drug and rob the hero.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In the ''Literature/CallahansCrosstimeSaloon'' story "The Guy With the Eyes", Callahan saves the world by slipping an alien advance scout a Mickey Finn so he misses his check in with his alien overlords. Said scout clued Callahan in on how to defeat him by giving the alias Michael Finn.
* In ''The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight'', the stupid [[TheMafia Mafia gang]] needs a way to disable some bodyguards without killing them. Naturally, they have heard of a "Mickey Finn" and decide to try it. Of course, being who they are, they find out that [[spoiler:once they put it in the drink and offer it to the bodyguards, the bodyguards immediately notice that their drink smells funny. A gang member has to force them to drink it under threat of shooting them]].
* In ''Going For The Gold'', a mystery novel by [[Literature/JohnPutnamThatcher Emma Lathen]], one of the athletes is slipped OTC cold medicines right before going down the ski run. Because she never takes medications, the "drowsiness" side effect hits her much harder than normal. Because she ''is'' an Olympic skier (the setting is the Lake Placid Olympics), she makes it down the ski run in one piece and can still provide important evidence.
* Used on Sam Spade in ''Literature/TheMalteseFalcon''.
* The title character of ''Mac Slade Private Dick: The Case of the Hardboiled Dicks'' mistakes "Mickey Finn" for a real person.
* In the short story ''The Fly-By-Night'', a father attempts this on his daughter Celia, as he fears she's fallen under the titular creature's spell and wouldn't let him dispose of it if she was awake. To ensure she's knocked out, he uses ''eight'' ground-up sleeping pills. [[spoiler: She notices the odd taste, but he forces her to drink anyway, completely destroying their relationship in the process. Not that it matters with the MandatoryTwistEnding calling in DiabolusExMachina, anyway...]]
* In ''Sunny Ella'', wicked stepmother Mona brings Ella a cup of tea as a peace offering after an argument. Not surprisingly the tea was drugged, to ensure Ella didn't wake up while Mona performed a rather nasty surgery on her.
* A hallucinogenic version happens to Drake Firebrace in the NorthlandSeries.
* In the Katherine Kurtz novel ''High Deryni'', [[spoiler:Stefan Coram]], who has been masquerading for several years as Rhydon of Eastmarch, breaks out a flask for a traditional toast at the start of a four-on-four arcane duel. He takes the first swig himself and lets his three colleagues drink before stopping King Kelson and his side from partaking. The flask was poisoned to ensure the outcome of the battle, but the poison was sufficiently slow-acting to allow for the [[{{Denouement}} ''dénouement'']] and the [[CoupDeGrace coup de grâce]].
* In the Literature/LeftBehind book ''Armageddon'', Chloe Williams drank a milkshake with a drug in it that put her to sleep, enabling the GC to transfer her from San Diego to Illinois.
* In the Literature/JeevesAndWooster novel ''Jeeves and the Tie that Binds,'' Jeeves of all people resorts to using this to obtain the stolen Junior Ganymede club book. Among other motivations, the book contained potentially damaging information about just about every upper-class Londoner.
* In ''[[MythAdventures Myth-ing Persons]]'', this is how the fugitives frame Aahz for murder, plying him with a drugged drink and planting fake evidence for him to get caught with, upon awakening. Skeeve's other friends tease Aahz about falling for such an old gimmick.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''WalkerTexasRanger'': The Season 4 episode "A Silent Cry," where the college-aged daughter of one of Walker's friends is raped by a group of guys after one of them places a GHB-like substance in her drink. The girl was one of several of the gang's victims (one of whom dies as a result), and Walker and Trivette spend the episode searching for the group.
* ''TheTwilightZone'' TOS episode "The Jeopardy Room''. A Soviet commissar tricks a defector into drinking a glass of drugged wine with him to put him to sleep so the defector can be placed in a DeathTrap.
* ''Series/BabylonFive''
** Londo gets slipped a mickey in "Born to the Purple".
** The episode "Intersections in Real Time" uses a drugged ''sandwich''. (That one is implied to cause extreme nausea, rather than sedation. The audience gets a massive DiscretionShot.)
* ''Series/{{Heroes}}''. Peter, Suresh, and Parkman do this to Noah's alcohol in order to kidnap and interrogate him. After he passes out, they carry him out of the bar by casually saying, "Looks like our friend had a few too many."
** Which was a HoistByHisOwnPetard moment, as Noah and the Haitian had done the same to Parkman early in the first season.
** And Suresh had done this before; during first season, he drugged [[BigBad Sylar's]] tea in order to interrogate him.
* Parodied in ''{{Seinfeld}}'':
-->'''George:''' I'm gonna slip him a mickey.
-->'''Jerry:''' What? In his drink? Are you outta your mind? What? Are you PeterLorre?
* On ''{{Ed}}'', Shirley once suggested solving a problem by "slipping them a mickey". She didn't seem to know what it was.
* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'': Cardiff Branch has something they call "{{Retcon}}" which is given to unsuspecting people like a Mickey to give them LaserGuidedAmnesia.
* ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'', of course, has to deal with the aftermath of victims being slipped Mickeys.
* Ditto ''{{CSI}}'' and its spinoffs. One ep of the original had Catherine wake up naked in a motel room after one of these. She wasn't raped, but photos taken were used to try and blackmail her casino mogul father.
** In ''{{CSI NY}}'', a senator whose daughter was raped attempted to set up the rapist by having a woman get with him and then claim to have been raped by him. But the ploy backfired when the [=CSIs=] found the levels of GHB/Rophypnol would have been at lethal levels if she'd actually been given them by him at the time she said.
* In ''Series/TheATeam'', they often drugged B.A.'s milk so they wouldn't have to deal with his fear of flying.
* On ''TheWestWing'' Zoey, the President's daughter, has agreed to take ecstasy but is getting cold feet. Her boyfriend decides to move things along by putting the drug in her drink. What he doesn't know is that GHB has been substituted for the drug he thought was E. (GHB is perhaps not as pernicious as popularly portrayed, but mixing it with alcohol is a very bad idea.) Thus begins a kidnapping plot which leads to a Constitutional crisis [[spoiler: (the President--aware of the frightening implications of his willingness to do almost anything to get her back--agrees to temporarily give up his office under the 25th Amendment). She's found alive, eventually.]]
* Happens a couple of times in ''Series/{{House}}''. Mainly between House, Wilson, and Cuddy.
* In ''Series/{{Carnivale}}'', this happens to Ben in the episode "Old Cherry Blossom Road" via a cup of tea. Things get worse from there.
* Happens in three episodes of ''{{Misfits}}''. Played for laughs in the first case, as Nathan's brother spikes Simon's beer with ecstasy to get him to enjoy the party (and accidentally reversing his power in the process); most definitely not played for laughs when Mark spikes girls' drinks as a prelude to rape. In the fourth series opener, Rudy drugs Jess and Finn's drinks while under the influence of Michael's {{MacGuffin}} obsession power.
* An episode of ''ItAintHalfHotMum'' was based around the Concert Party having Sergeant Major's drink spiked so he would act drunk and disorderly and be demoted. However, Graham (who's recently been appointed an acting NCO) takes the blame for Williams's actions, and returns to the rank of Gunner.
* In ''ILoveLucy'', in the first episode ever filmed, Lucy cuckoos out believing Ricky is planning to murder her. Naturally he responds, worried about her jumpiness, by spiking her drink with sleeping powder.
-->'''Lucy:''' I got a Micky from Ricky!
* Hank is a victim of it in the Series/{{Californication}} season 5 finale
* On an early episode of ''ThePractice'' Lindsay can't figure out why she's so violently ill one morning. It turns out an ex she met up with the previous night drugged her in order to have sex with her. (When confronted, he actually defends himself by saying that Lindsay was always so uptight about sex, she needed help to "loosen up.")
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[[folder:Music]]
* The video for Toby Keith's "As Good as I Once Was" shows Keith dropping a GHB pill in a young woman's drink. However, when one of Keith's other friends returns sooner than expected, Keith quickly gulps down the drugged drink.
* In the second verse of the {{Eminem}}[=/=]Dr. Dre song "Guilty Conscience," Em, as the [[GoodAngelBadAngel Bad Angel]], has slipped something into a 15-year-old girl's drink and is pressuring the guy to take advantage of her. Dre, being the Good Angel, vehemently objects to this.
* Impied in the Christmas song "Baby It's Cold Outside".
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In the ''ConanTheBarbarian'' newspaper comic, Conan is slipped a mickey by the tavern wench Renea, who sells him to slavers while he is unconscious.
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* In 2006, when legislation was proposed to require professional wrestling organizations to test its performers for drugs, a storyline was contrived and intertwined with the VinceMcMahon-Shawn Michaels feud, whereby [=McMahon=]'s daughter Stephanie placed a powdery substance in Michaels' water bottle before his match against ShaneMcMahon. Predictably, Michaels began to get woozy and eventually passed out from the powder's effects, leading to Shane's easy victory; Vince subsequently pinned an unconscious Michaels in an impromptu match immediately following – after which the Spirit Squad, a band of obnoxious male cheerleaders, beat down the prone Michaels.
** The storyline continued on a later episode of ''{{WWERAW}}'', with VinceMcMahon attempting to drug TripleH's water. Triple H, however, was wise to this trick and – off-camera, and unseen by the television audience – switched drinks. During the subsequent Triple H-ShaneMcMahon match, Triple H pretended to "pass out," but when Shane turned to taunt the audience, he went into a dazed state and fell unconscious. Vince realized what had happened ... before turning to see an angry Triple H waiting to finish him off.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* There's a board game called ''Red Dragon Inn'', where you play RPG explorers who are enjoying off time in an inn trying to get your rivals drunk, roughed-up or broke. The Rogue has one card that actually says SlippingAMickey.
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* In ''Theatre/DamnYankees'', Lola puts four pills into Applegate's drink the night before the last game of the season, intending to have him sleep while the Senators win the pennant.
* In ''Theatre/ArsenicAndOldLace'', Aunt Abby and Aunt Martha poison lonely old men who have no family to put them out of their misery. They hold a prayer service for them, and the bodies end up in the "Panama Canal." (basement)
* Briefly mentioned in ''Theatre/{{Annie}}'' as a way to possibly deal with Miss Hannigan.
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[[folder:Videogames]]
* Done to VideoGame/MaxPayne by [[FemmeFatale Mona Sax]] in the first game.
** Turns into {{Narm}} on repeated viewings. Sax offers to buy Payne a drink, and he ''says'' "As long as you don't try to slip me a mickey." We see him start to lose consciousness two panels later.
* In the ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max]]'' episode ''What's New, Beelzebub?'', the eponymous duo mess up a party by spiking the punch with the juice of the Forbidden Fruit. Detective Flint Paper uses this exact expression:
--> '''Flint Paper''': Somebody put a Mickey Finn in the happy juice and I'm gonna find out who!
* [[TricksterArchetype Ledon]] from ''SuikodenI'' does this to the active party when they stop at his inn on the way up Mt. Tigerwolf by putting sedatives in their tea so he can take their belongings.
* In ''TheSaboteur'', the FemmeFatale Skylar drugs Sean in order to secret him away to her superiors in the British Intelligence. Bonus points for, upon realizing it, Sean says "You slipped me a Mickey."
* The MadDoctor in ''HeavyRain'' tries to do this to Madison so that he can tie her up in his basement and [[MedicalHorror vivisect]] her.
* Yakuza uses this, the original one, where one of the side quests is "saving" a DistressedDamsel, and she takes him for a drink as a thank you, and in a subversion, you can decline the drink after you see a cutscenes of her/the bartender slip it in. If you don't you realize something's amiss when the enemy that harassed her comes in acting pleasant. Then Kiryu delivers a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown and ends up getting all the money they made off of the SchmuckBait. If you do drink or somehow [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu lose the fight]], you wake up without a large amount of Yen missing, and have to go on a fetch quest as you bounce from beating the bartender for information until you find the woman.
* In ''[[VideoGame/SeasonOfMysteryTheCherryBlossomMurders Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders]]'', the villain seems to have a line in killing people while making it look like suicide, and to make sure there isn't any fuss, he drugs them first. The powder he accidentally leaves near a victim's teacup is one piece of evidence found by the protagonist, and the discovery of his discarded pill bottle is another.
* In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', you can spike the wine at the White Gloves' banquet with Med-X as part of the Beyond The Beef quest.
* Parodied in ''KingdomOfLoathing''. A roofie is a piece of the frat house roof that frat boys use to knock people out and do horrible things to them. You can use this against enemies:
--> You slip your opponent the roofie. By which, of course, I mean you chuck it at his head (or head-analogue) as hard as you can. It makes a satisfying thud, and your opponent looks pretty dazed, if those cartoon birds circling his head are any indication.
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[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* In ''{{VisualNovel/Nameless}} - The One Thing You Must Recall -'', [[spoiler: Tei frequently drugs the heroine's "ZZZ" tea.]]
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* In ''PennyAndAggie'', Cyndi has this done twice to Stan, her opponent in the student council presidential election, the first time successfully.
* In ''Webcomic/WizardSchool'', Goatsie is excited at a summoned pile of drugs because he wants to [[http://www.meetmyminion.com/?p=1309 slip someone a roofie.]]
* In ''{{Erstwhile}}'', the farmer's clever daughter [[http://www.erstwhiletales.com/fcd-01/#.T2911tm6SuI does this to the king]].
* In ''{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=2053 Slick is offered some.]] [[EvenEvilHasStandards Even he]] [[http://www.sinfest.net/archive_page.php?comicID=2054 rejects it.]]
* Suzy Gee falsely (as it turns out) accuses Gav of doing this to her.
--> Suzy: That was before you slipped me a goofy!
--> Gav: I think you mean a roofie.
--> Suzy: Actually, I think I meant a mickey.
* This [[http://thinkbeforeyouthink.net/?comic=20120601-ignorance-is-bliss happens to Sarah]] in ''ThinkBeforeYouThink''.
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[[folder:Web Originals]]
* At Halloween in the WhateleyUniverse, Whateley Academy student G-Force (one of the Cape Squad, but with homophobic issues) is given a mickey, but it's a deviser drug that amps up his powers and lessens his inhibitions. After that, a telepath aims him at a student with known gender issues. Badness happens.
* ''TheOnion'': [[http://www.theonion.com/articles/silvio-berlusconi-i-think-the-leader-of-the-worlds,18627/ I Think the Leader of the World's Tenth-Largest Economy Put Something in My Drink]]
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': The use of GHB substances and similar "mickeys" was a common gag used by the antagonists, in an attempt to gain the upper hand. Examples:
** "The Fair Haired Hare": In a cartoon where Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam are battling over property rights, Sam drops a poisonous powder in Bugs' carrot juice. Bugs is immediately wise to the trick and tries to switch glasses, but when an irritated Sam tries to get the upper hand, Bugs spins the table around a la a roulette wheel. Sam loses his patience and forces Bugs (at gunpoint) to drink, but only after he agrees to drink his glass. Of course, Bugs drinks the pure carrot juice ... and Sam blasts off like a rocket and lands several miles away.
** The WWII-era short ''Plane Daffy'' has spy Hata Mari slipping a courier a drink from a bottle labelled "Mickeyblitz Finnkrieg" (complete with lemon slice and cherry on a toothpick straight from the bottle) - the courier promptly starts babbling secrets like an auctioneer.
** Witch Hazel does this in her first cartoon, ''Bewtiched Bunny'', in an attempt to knock out Bugs so she can cook and eat him.
-->'''Witch Hazel''': Double, double, pour it in, for the rabbit's Mickey Finn.
** In "Hare Remover", when Elmer is preparing to make Bugs test his scientific formula, Bugs [[BreakingTheFourthWall tells the audience]] that he thinks Elmer's trying to slip him one.
* Done in Columbia's "The Schooner the Better" by a Buzz Buzzard expy trying to conscript a Chilly Willy-esque penguin, only to have the tables literally turned on him.
* Quagmire of ''FamilyGuy'' likes getting his dates [[CrossesTheLineTwice Roofie Coladas]].
** "Friends Without Benefits" had Meg attempting to drug Chris with roofies (courtesy of Quagmire) to get close to her gay crush. When she has second thoughts about it, she throws them away and they get eaten by Stewie, thinking they were candy.
* Subverted in ''DrawnTogether'' where Captain Hero slips ''himself'' the roofie for the purpose of getting himself date raped, passes out, only to have Xandir point out it was a candy. [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe He gets annoyed when they don't take advantage of his faux-drugged state]].
* Double subverted in ''BeavisAndButthead'' when the title characters slip a vial of "Spanish Fly" into what they think is a girl's milk - moments before her boyfriend drinks it.
* In one ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episode spoofing FilmNoir, Yakko is slipped a Mickey, meaning there's [[VisualPun a mouse in red shorts in his drink]]. He declines, saying, "Nice try, bub, but I work for Warners."
* Happens to Goofy in the ClassicDisneyShort ''How to Be a Detective''.
* Henry Cabot Henhouse becomes SuperChicken when he imbibes his super sauce.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'', in an attempt to have Nurse Olive Oyl care for him, force feeds spinach to Bluto to make Bluto beat him up so Popeye'll end up in the hospital.
* Papa Smurf's "Christmas spirit" in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAChristmasCarol The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol]]'' slips itself into the smurfberry nog that Grouchy drinks to make him fall asleep on the floor. Or so he thinks.
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