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* In the Shinjuku chapter of ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', the Protagonist almost falls victim to one when they try to save the "baby" from wild dogs, but is saved by Archer of Shinjuku before the explosion sets off. He then takes a moment to lecture them on not allowing their ChronicHeroSyndrome to get the better of them.



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* Music/PaulSimon's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCCpyrJiNKs The Boy in the Bubble]]":

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* On ''TheItchyAndScratchyShow'', Scratchy meets, falls in love with, and marries a female cat literally MadeOfExplodium by Itchy. They have offspring which are half cat and half bomb, but don't go off. Then, as Scratchy and his wife are sitting on their front porch in their old age, she finally goes off. (Subverted in that the offspring don't explode.)

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* On ''TheItchyAndScratchyShow'', ''WesternAnimation/TheItchyAndScratchyShow'', Scratchy meets, falls in love with, and marries a female cat literally MadeOfExplodium by Itchy. They have offspring which are half cat and half bomb, but don't go off. Then, as Scratchy and his wife are sitting on their front porch in their old age, she finally goes off. (Subverted in that the offspring don't explode.)


* In ''VideoGame/{{Condemned}} 2'' you enter a doll factory, where a bunch of baby dolls crawl towards you. When they get close enough, they pull their own pull strings and wave to you before blowing up. You can disable them and use them as very creepy hand grenades.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Condemned}} 2'' ''VideoGame/Condemned2Bloodshot'' you enter a doll factory, where a bunch of baby dolls crawl towards you. When they get close enough, they pull their own pull strings and wave to you before blowing up. You can disable them and use them as very creepy hand grenades.


* In ''BattleAngelAlita'' - Nova uses a toddler-shaped robot as a suicide bomber.

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* In ''BattleAngelAlita'' ''Manga/BattleAngelAlita'' - Nova uses a toddler-shaped robot as a suicide bomber.



* In ''Film/TheRock'' they are searching through a box for dangerous compounds and find a baby doll which sprays acid at them.

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* In ''Film/TheRock'' ''Film/TheRock'', they are searching through a box for dangerous compounds and find a baby doll which sprays acid at them.


* In ''BladeTrinity'' [[spoiler: Abigail Whistler poses as a single mother trying to just get home with a bag of groceries. She's attacked by four vampires, one of which steals her 'child' only to find out it spits liquid garlic and is in fact a plastic doll.]]

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* In ''BladeTrinity'' ''Film/BladeTrinity'' [[spoiler: Abigail Whistler poses as a single mother trying to just get home with a bag of groceries. She's attacked by four vampires, one of which steals her 'child' only to find out it spits liquid garlic and is in fact a plastic doll.]]



* ''PersonOfInterest''. Finch is tailing the POI and realises too late that a woman would not walk off and leave her baby carriage while making a phone call. The phone-activated bomb blows up the POI's car as Finch is rushing to warn him.

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* ''PersonOfInterest''.''Series/PersonOfInterest''. Finch is tailing the POI and realises too late that a woman would not walk off and leave her baby carriage while making a phone call. The phone-activated bomb blows up the POI's car as Finch is rushing to warn him.



* PaulSimon's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCCpyrJiNKs The Boy in the Bubble]]":

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Related to WaveOfBabies. Not to be confused with TykeBomb. Nor is it to be confused with the post-WorldWarII generation.

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Related to WaveOfBabies. Not to be confused with TykeBomb. Nor is it to be confused with the post-WorldWarII post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarII generation.


* There's a bomb in a baby carriage in ''The Long Run'' by DanielKeysMoran.

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* There's a bomb in a baby carriage in ''The Long Run'' by DanielKeysMoran.Creator/DanielKeysMoran.

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* One of ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'''s superhero cadets in the final episode throws baby dolls at evildoers. When faced with the VillainOfTheWeek (an assassin in PowerArmor), he breaks out the middle child, which turns out to be explosive.

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* Baby carriages in ''VideoGame/{{Superman 64}}'' explode [[MadeOfExplodium for no apparent reason]] when picked up and thrown. Unlike the other examples, this one (probably) wasn't intentional.


* In the French movie ''Tais-Toi!'' ("Shut up"), this is part of how the villain's henchmen steal money from an armored truck: one of them, disguised as a woman, pushes a baby carriage filled with explosives towards the truck, which detonates it. It doesn't do that much damage to the truck itself, but enough for the drivers to fall unconscious, and for the villains to steal the money.



* In the French movie ''Tais-Toi!'' ("Shut up"), this is part of how the villain's henchmen steal money from an armored truck: one of them, disguised as a woman, pushes a baby carriage filled with explosives towards the truck, which detonates it. It doesn't do that much damage to the truck itself, but enough for the drivers to fall unconscious, and for the villains to steal the money.

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* In the French movie ''Tais-Toi!'' ("Shut up"), this is part of how the villain's henchmen steal money from an armored truck: one of them, disguised as a woman, pushes a baby carriage filled with explosives towards the truck, which detonates it. It doesn't do that much damage to the truck itself, but enough for the drivers to fall unconscious, and for the villains to steal the money.


* In ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock|1}},'' you find your first gun inside a baby carriage, where a crazy Splicer was treating it like an actual baby.

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