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* In ''Manga/{{Blattodea}}'', FunnyForeigner Setsuna Dinoponera is first seen cheerfully bathing naked on a public park's fountain. Homeless roach-girl Chiyuri Haijima tries to talk her out of it to prevent any incidents with the police, and doesn't take kindly to Setsuna kicking her in response.


* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'': While drowning, Aladdin rubs the lamp for help and thus disturbs the Genie as he's having a shower.

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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}}'': While drowning, Aladdin rubs the lamp for help and thus disturbs the Genie as he's having a shower.


* During chapter 42 of ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'', Hayasaka tries to relax in the bath but [[HopelessWithTech Kaguya]] keeps on barging in to ask for help in setting up a Website/{{Twitter}} account.

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* During chapter 42 of ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'', Hayasaka tries to relax in the bath but [[HopelessWithTech Kaguya]] keeps on barging in to ask for help in setting up a Website/{{Twitter}} account. As a result, Hayasaka spends most of the chapter in a ModestyTowel (in a rather rare example of the series using traditional fanservice).


* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'': While drowning, Aladdin rubs the lamb for help and thus disturbs the Genie as he's having a shower.

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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'': While drowning, Aladdin rubs the lamb lamp for help and thus disturbs the Genie as he's having a shower.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': In one episode, Kaeloo is taking a shower, but Stumpy flushes all the toilets at once and the house runs out of water, so Kaeloo's shower is cut short.


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* ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''Two ''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]'' shorts (both of which were repackaged as part of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'') used the trope of someone being interrupted while bathing.


* Blair's bath time is interrupted when Soul crashes through the window and lands in the tub face first right into her breasts during the first episode of ''Manga/SoulEater''.

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Blair's bath time is interrupted when Soul crashes through the window and lands in the tub face first right into her breasts during the first episode of ''Manga/SoulEater''.episode.



* In the first ''Anime/TenchiMuyo!'' movie, ''Tenchi Muyo! In Love'', Kiyone who is having a [[DrumBathing bath in an oil drum]] gets [[InconvenientSummons teleported out]] of it by Washu.

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* In the first ''Anime/TenchiMuyo!'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' movie, ''Tenchi Muyo! In Love'', Kiyone who is having a [[DrumBathing bath in an oil drum]] gets [[InconvenientSummons teleported out]] of it by Washu.



--->'''Jon''': Why is it the phone only rings when I'm in the bath?
** [[https://garfield.com/comic/1984/09/16 This strip]] had Jon in the tub with Garfield joining in to clean his rubber chicken, Odie jumping in, a mailman asking for him to sign a delivery and a paperboy throwing a newspaper at him.

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--->'''Jon''': --->'''Jon:''' Why is it the phone only rings when I'm in the bath?
** [[https://garfield.com/comic/1984/09/16 This strip]] had has Jon in the tub with Garfield joining in to clean his rubber chicken, Odie jumping in, a mailman asking for him to sign a delivery and a paperboy throwing a newspaper at him.



* ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton'': The Daltons (and Lucky Luke) are CrossingTheDesert to kill Native-American shaman Snake Feather. When they reach his tepee and order him out, they hear Snake Feather complains that he's his bath... in the middle of ThirstyDesert with no water for miles. He comes out wearing a towel. The shaman can apparently do the RainDance whenever he needs it, so water isn't a problem for him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton'': The Daltons (and Lucky Luke) are CrossingTheDesert to kill Native-American shaman Snake Feather. When they reach his tepee and order him out, they hear Snake Feather complains that he's his bath... in the middle of a ThirstyDesert with no water for miles. He comes out wearing a towel. The shaman can apparently do the RainDance whenever he needs it, so water isn't a problem for him.


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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Twilight summons Discord while he's showering, along with the shower. Though [[TheTrickster knowing him]], he probably invoked it deliberately.


* ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton'': The Daltons (and Lucky Luke) are CrossingTheDesert to kill Native-American shaman Snake Feather. When they reach his tepee and order him out, they hear Snake Feather complains that he's his bath... in the middle of ThirstyDesert with no water for miles. He comes out wearing a towel. The shaman can apparently do the RainDance whenever he needs it, so water isn't a problem for him.



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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': The Oracle of the Sunken Valley apparently can't take a bath without being interrupted by a visit from adventurers.
-->'''Oracle:''' Jeez, I can peer into the murky depths of the future, yet I always seem to get interrupted during bath time.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' episode "Flowers For Hordak", Mantenna, perpetual ButtMonkey of the Evil Horde, is called into Hordak's throne room over an issue, as per the norm. This time, he was in the middle of a shower, so he's dripping wet and only in a shower cap and ModestyTowel. Hordak's more irritated over the fact he's dripping water on the floor, and sends him down the trapdoor, as always.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' episode "Flowers For for Hordak", Mantenna, perpetual ButtMonkey of the Evil Horde, is called into Hordak's throne room over an issue, as per the norm. This time, he was in the middle of a shower, so he's dripping wet and only in a shower cap and ModestyTowel. Hordak's more irritated over the fact he's dripping water on the floor, and sends him down the trapdoor, as always.


* In ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'', one story opens with the protagonist being interrupted in his shower by a fellow Trader bringing an urgent assignment.

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* In ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'', one story opens with the protagonist being Creator/IsaacAsimov's "Literature/TheTraders": Limmar Ponyets is interrupted in his shower by a call from a fellow Trader bringing him an urgent assignment.

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* In the first issue of ''ComicBook/LegendsDC'', Ronnie Raymond is busy taking a shower when Martin Stein summons him to merge together to form Firestorm in order to deal with Brimstone.


* HoratioHornblower has one in Commodore. A sail is sighted while hes taking a shower, and the ensuing situation demands so much of his attention that he forgets hes nude. None of his subordinates comment on this, so its over an hour before he finally realizes he should put some clothes on.

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* HoratioHornblower Literature/HoratioHornblower has one in Commodore. A sail is sighted while hes taking a shower, showering on deck, and the ensuing situation demands so much of his attention that he forgets hes nude. None of his subordinates comment on this, so its over an hour before he finally realizes he should put some clothes on.

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* HoratioHornblower has one in Commodore. A sail is sighted while hes taking a shower, and the ensuing situation demands so much of his attention that he forgets hes nude. None of his subordinates comment on this, so its over an hour before he finally realizes he should put some clothes on.


->''"Why is it the phone only rings when I'm in the bath?"''
-->-- '''Jon''', ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''

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->''"Why is it ->''"It's always the phone only rings same! Someone comes and disturbs me when I'm in my bath. Last year, and the bath?"''
year before that. It never fails!"''
-->-- '''Jon''', ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''
'''Vitalstatistix''', ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''



* ''Recap/AsterixAtTheOlympicGames'': Chief Vitalstatistix is in his bath when a Roman centurion comes to call. Unwilling to get out when he just got in, he has his bearers put the tub on the shield and carry him before the centurion. The centurion thinks this a Gallic custom, so when Vitalstatistix comes to the camp, he finds the centurion ready to parley in his own tub.

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* ''Recap/AsterixAtTheOlympicGames'': Chief Vitalstatistix is in his bath when a Roman centurion comes to call. call, leading to the page quote. Unwilling to get out when he just got in, let another one of his yearly baths be disturbed, he has his bearers put the tub on the shield and carry him before the centurion. The centurion thinks this a Gallic custom, so when Vitalstatistix comes to the camp, he finds the centurion ready to parley in his own tub.



** The page quote is from the title panel of [[https://garfield.com/comic/1987/09/06 this Sunday comic]].

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** The page quote is from Happens to Jon in the title panel of [[https://garfield.com/comic/1987/09/06 this Sunday comic]].comic]].
--->'''Jon''': Why is it the phone only rings when I'm in the bath?


->''"Why is it the phone only rings when I'm in the bath?"''
-->-- '''Jon''', ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''



* One ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip had Jon in the tub with Garfield joining in to clean his rubber chicken, Odie jumping in, a mailman asking for him to sign a delivery and a paperboy throwing a newspaper at him.

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* One ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''
** The page quote is from the title panel of [[https://garfield.com/comic/1987/09/06 this Sunday comic]].
** [[https://garfield.com/comic/1984/09/16 This strip]]
had Jon in the tub with Garfield joining in to clean his rubber chicken, Odie jumping in, a mailman asking for him to sign a delivery and a paperboy throwing a newspaper at him.

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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''. Captain Archer is taking a shower when the ArtificialGravity goes off-line.

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