That's either a supertrope or an index. Not sure which. Still could be expanded to not have immediate danger, but the mere possibility of danger or other trouble, ie Peter Griffin locked himself in the car with the keys outside; he couldn't get the keys
I was saying that because I haven't seen this done with keys much, we could maybe broaden it to just having trouble getting the door or whatever open during a chase, no matter what the cause of the trouble is, fumbling a passcode, keys, forgetting a combination, old rusty lock, fumbling with a puzzle lock, dropping something needed to open the door, ect.
"It's not that simple. We are all both, good and evil, we have rage and compassion, we have love and hate...murder and forgiveness."
Alternative Titles: Oops I Dropped The Keys
1st Jun '13 6:45:00 AM
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