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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'': Each of ComicBook/TheFlash's [[RoguesGallery Rogues]] that were present in the Flash Museum when Thawne first appeared got affixed with a bomb that, by Thawne's word, couldn't be deactivated. When the rest of Justice League arrived, each took one of the Rogues to isolated locations to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STs73i4Uij0 manage the detonations in their own way.]]


* ''VideoGame/GHOSTSquad''[='=]s third mission has a segment where you have to defuse mines by aiming at them and then mashing the [[ContextSensitiveButton Action Button]]. If the timer on a mine runs out, the mine will explode in your face for damage. Shooting a mine will also blow it up, even if you've defused it already.

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* ''VideoGame/GHOSTSquad''[='=]s third mission has a segment where ''VideoGame/GHOSTSquad'':
** In Mission 1,
you have to cut a time bomb by cutting the three wires in the correct order within the time limit. At Level 1 difficulty you have 15 seconds, but at the maximum Level of 16 you have only ''three seconds''.
** In Mission 3, you have to make your way through a field of claymore mines. You
defuse mines by aiming at them and then mashing by [[ButtonMashing mashing]] the [[ContextSensitiveButton Action Button]]. If action button]] until the timer on a mine runs out, the mine gauge is full. The mines will explode in your face for damage. Shooting a mine will also blow it up, even and damage you if their fuses run out, or if you shoot them (even if you've already defused it already.them!).



* ''VideoGame/GHOSTSquad'':
** In Mission 1, you have to cut a time bomb by cutting the three wires in the correct order within the time limit. At Level 1 difficulty you have 15 seconds, but at the maximum Level of 16 you have only ''three seconds''.
** In Mission 3, you have to make your way through a field of claymore mines. You defuse them by [[ButtonMashing mashing]] the [[ContextSensitiveButton action button]] until the gauge is full. The mines will explode and damage you if their fuses run out, or if you shoot them (even if you've already defused them!).

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* ''VideoGame/GHOSTSquad'':
** In Mission 1, you have to cut a time bomb by cutting the three wires in the correct order within the time limit. At Level 1 difficulty you have 15 seconds, but at the maximum Level of 16 you have only ''three seconds''.
** In Mission 3, you have to make your way through a field of claymore mines. You defuse them by [[ButtonMashing mashing]] the [[ContextSensitiveButton action button]] until the gauge is full. The mines will explode and damage you if their fuses run out, or if you shoot them (even if you've already defused them!).


* RecycledInSpace for ''Earth II'', a 1971 PilotEpisode for an unmade sci-fi series. The drama centred around disarming a Chinese orbital nuke that threatened the titular SpaceStation.

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* RecycledInSpace for ''Earth II'', a 1971 PilotEpisode {{pilot}} for an unmade sci-fi series. The drama centred around disarming a Chinese orbital nuke that threatened the titular SpaceStation.



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* ''VideoGame/MineSweeper''''VideoGame/{{Minesweeper}}''



** In ''[[VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoMeikyuu Meikyuu]]'' on Sachi's after story, [[spoiler:Yuuji and Sachi has to find and dispose of a bomb, that a madman planted in the church, on their own wedding.]]
** In ''[[VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoRakuen Rakuen]]'' [[spoiler:Sachi has to defuse a bomb as part of a test, set up by the Thanatos system to mesure her skills, but for that reason it's actually a mock bomb.]]

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** In ''[[VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoMeikyuu Meikyuu]]'' on Sachi's after story, [[spoiler:Yuuji and Sachi has to find and dispose of a bomb, that a madman planted in the church, on their own wedding.]]
wedding]].
** In ''[[VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoRakuen Rakuen]]'' [[spoiler:Sachi has to defuse a bomb as part of a test, set up by the Thanatos system to mesure measure her skills, but for that reason it's actually a mock bomb.]] bomb]].



* The Joes in ''WesternAnimation/GIJOERenegades'' intercept a package from one of Cobra's supermarkerts in the episode, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Package"]] that's being sent to an anti-Cobra activist that used to work for the MegaCorp and, as you can probably guess, it doesn't contain Cobra's famous "better than homemade" apple pie. Luckily, Duke has had explosive training and is able to disable the device using Roadblock's chewing gum. [[spoiler: Later, said activist rigs the bomb up again to cover their escape while also unintentionally starting Major Bludd's RunningGag of losing body parts]].

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* The Joes in ''WesternAnimation/GIJOERenegades'' ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeRenegades'' intercept a package from one of Cobra's supermarkerts in the episode, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Package"]] that's being sent to an anti-Cobra activist that used to work for the MegaCorp and, as you can probably guess, it doesn't contain Cobra's famous "better than homemade" apple pie. Luckily, Duke has had explosive training and is able to disable the device using Roadblock's chewing gum. [[spoiler: Later, said activist rigs the bomb up again to cover their escape while also unintentionally starting Major Bludd's RunningGag of losing body parts]].



* Subversion: Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand was attacked by a Serbian terrorist group (supported by Serbian Military Intelligence) who threw a grenade into his car. He tossed it under the car behind him, killing several people but sparing the crowd. He was later successfully assassinated when his driver got lost on the way back from visiting the people who were hospitalized as a result of the earlier attack. [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI The rest is history]].

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* Subversion: Arch Duke Archduke Franz Ferdinand was attacked by a Serbian terrorist group (supported by Serbian Military Intelligence) who threw a grenade into his car. He tossed it under the car behind him, killing several people but sparing the crowd. He was later successfully assassinated when his driver got lost on the way back from visiting the people who were hospitalized as a result of the earlier attack. [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI The rest is history]].


Subtrope of ArtisticLicenseExplosives. See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry.]]

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Subtrope of ArtisticLicenseExplosives. See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry.]]


In real life, this isn't so easy. Even with proper equipment, it's a dangerous job disarming explosives. And it's probably worse if you have to set them off using nothing but a stick. Thankfully, there are remote controlled robots that help make the job a little safer.

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In real life, this isn't so easy. Even with proper equipment, it's a dangerous job disarming explosives. And it's probably worse if you have to set them off using nothing but a stick. Thankfully, there are remote controlled robots that help make the job a little safer.
safer. Hence why this trope is a subtrope of ArtisticLicenseExplosives.


See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry.]]

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Subtrope of ArtisticLicenseExplosives. See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry.]]

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* The Joes in ''WesternAnimation/GIJOERenegades'' intercept a package from one of Cobra's supermarkerts in the episode, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "The Package"]] that's being sent to an anti-Cobra activist that used to work for the MegaCorp and, as you can probably guess, it doesn't contain Cobra's famous "better than homemade" apple pie. Luckily, Duke has had explosive training and is able to disable the device using Roadblock's chewing gum. [[spoiler: Later, said activist rigs the bomb up again to cover their escape while also unintentionally starting Major Bludd's RunningGag of losing body parts]].


* The whole plot of the ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episode "Minefield," with the bomb in question attached to ''Enterprise'' herself. And then it goes FromBadToWorse when it spears [[DemolitionsExpert Malcolm Reed]] to the hull.

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* The whole plot of the ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episode "Minefield," "[[{{Recap/StarTrekEnterpriseS02E03Minefield}} Minefield]]," with the bomb in question attached to ''Enterprise'' herself. And then it goes FromBadToWorse when it spears [[DemolitionsExpert Malcolm Reed]] to the hull.



* ''Series/BlakesSeven'': in "Countdown", Avon has to defuse a DoomsdayDevice that could kill everyone on the planet. [[WhatYouAreInTheDark He could teleport out at any time and save himself]], but not everyone else.

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* ''Series/BlakesSeven'': in "Countdown", "[[Recap/BlakesSevenS2E9Countdown Countdown]]", Avon has to defuse a DoomsdayDevice that could kill everyone on the planet. [[WhatYouAreInTheDark He could teleport out at any time and save himself]], but not everyone else.


See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry]].

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See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry]].
entry.]]


[[caption-width-right:227:(Here, it's a metaphor. But it's always a good metaphor.)]]

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[[caption-width-right:227:(Here, [[caption-width-right:227:Here, it's a metaphor. But it's always a good metaphor.)]]]]

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* In the ''Series/StarskyAndHutch'' episode "Murder at Sea," three {{time bomb}}s have been hidden throughout a cruise ship. By the time Starsky and Hutch find out about them, they have only seventeen minutes to find them all, haul them onto the deck, and [[DunkingTheBomb throw them overboard]].


* ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit in WesternAnimation/AMatterOfLoafAndDeath'': A direct spoof of the Batman scene occurs as Gromit tries to get rid of a bomb, eventually settling for throwing it across [[TakeThat the Yorkshire border]]. He fails, and [[spoiler:the bomb ends up in Wallace's trousers; Gromit resorts to filling said trousers with dough to soften the impact]]. This leads to Wallace accidentally {{Mooning}} a couple of passing nuns.

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* ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit in WesternAnimation/AMatterOfLoafAndDeath'': A direct spoof of the Batman scene occurs as Gromit tries to get rid of a bomb, eventually settling for throwing it across [[TakeThat the Yorkshire border]]. He fails, and [[spoiler:the bomb ends up in Wallace's trousers; Gromit resorts to filling said trousers with dough to soften the impact]]. This leads to Wallace accidentally {{Mooning}} a couple of passing nuns.

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** In ''[[VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoMeikyuu Meikyuu]]'' on Sachi's after story, [[spoiler:Yuuji and Sachi has to find and dispose of a bomb, that a madman planted in the church, on their own wedding.]]
** In ''[[VisualNovel/GrisaiaNoRakuen Rakuen]]'' [[spoiler:Sachi has to defuse a bomb as part of a test, set up by the Thanatos system to mesure her skills, but for that reason it's actually a mock bomb.]]
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See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry]].

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See also Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}'s [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomb_disposal entry]].

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