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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1987'': After Veronica Cale manipulates things so it looks like one of Wonder Woman's supporters murdered a man who'd been questioning her motives and calling for Wondy to no longer be upheld as a role model Diana is accosted by a mass of reporters as she exits the Themysciran Embassy. Unlike most who have to deal with such reporters Diana doesn't mind and likes that people are paying attention to and questioning the man's murder.

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** ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1942'': In #18 a bunch of reporters force their way into General Darnell's office and swarm him with questions about a rumored secret weapon while taking a bunch of pictures before they're escorted out.
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''ComicBook/WonderWoman1987'': After Veronica Cale manipulates things so it looks like one of Wonder Woman's supporters murdered a man who'd been questioning her motives and calling for Wondy to no longer be upheld as a role model Diana is accosted by a mass of reporters as she exits the Themysciran Embassy. Unlike most who have to deal with such reporters Diana doesn't mind and likes that people are paying attention to and questioning the man's murder.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' storyline ''ComicBook/WhoTookTheSuperOutOfSuperman'', Clark Kent appears as a witness in court after spending one week missing. Clark is accosted by a throng of reporters as he exits the courthouse, everyone dying to know why, how and where he had disappeared to.


From Rugby, a knot of reporters and camera men gathered around someone, usually a politician, each trying to shove forward to ask their questions and catch the answers to the others' questions. Also known as a "gangbang."

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From Rugby, a knot of reporters and camera men gathered around someone, usually a politician, each trying to shove forward to ask their questions and catch the answers to the others' questions. Also known as a "gangbang."
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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1987'': After Veronica Cale manipulates things so it looks like one of Wonder Woman's supporters murdered a man who'd been questioning her motives and calling for Wondy to no longer be upheld as a role model Diana is accosted by a mass of reporters as she exits the Themysciran Embassy. Unlike most who have to deal with such reporters Diana doesn't mind and likes that people are paying attention to and questioning the man's murder.


* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': The trope gets averted upon the crew's return from the Denmark expedition, as grand total of three reporter show up to greet them. This doesn't keep Sigrun from reacting as if a much bigger group had shown up.

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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': The trope gets averted upon the crew's return from the Denmark expedition, as grand total of three reporter reporters show up to greet them. This doesn't keep Sigrun from reacting as if a much bigger group had shown up.


* The world of ''Webcomic/FunnyFarm'' knows of them, too, as Ront [[http://www.funnyfarmcomics.com/index.php?date=2009-04-10 found out]]

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* The world of ''Webcomic/FunnyFarm'' knows of them, too, as Ront [[http://www.funnyfarmcomics.com/index.php?date=2009-04-10 found out]]out]].
* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': The trope gets averted upon the crew's return from the Denmark expedition, as grand total of three reporter show up to greet them. This doesn't keep Sigrun from reacting as if a much bigger group had shown up.

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* ''Film/{{Birdman}}'' has a crazy crowd of journalists in front of Riggan's hospital room at the end. The police can barely keep them in check.


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* The world of WebComics/FunnyFarm knows of them, too, as Ront [[http://www.funnyfarmcomics.com/index.php?date=2009-04-10 found out]]

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* The world of WebComics/FunnyFarm ''Webcomic/FunnyFarm'' knows of them, too, as Ront [[http://www.funnyfarmcomics.com/index.php?date=2009-04-10 found out]]

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* ''Literature/WetDesertTrackingDownATerroristOnTheColoradoRiver'': Large crowds of reporters accompany the governor of Nevada at Hoover Dam as he makes a press statement on the situation and the attempt to raise the dam with sandbags.


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Because of the scrum's central role in Canadian politics, you'll see these featured in all kinds of shows. Comedians have even ''participated in scrums''; Mary Walsh of ThisHourHas22Minutes once showed up to a scrum on Parliament Hill dressed as Xena and calling herself "Marg, Princess Warrior" - to the apparent amazement and delight of then-Prime Minister Paul Martin.

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Because of the scrum's central role in Canadian politics, you'll see these featured in all kinds of shows. Comedians have even ''participated in scrums''; Mary Walsh of ThisHourHas22Minutes ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' once showed up to a scrum on Parliament Hill dressed as Xena and calling herself "Marg, Princess Warrior" - to the apparent amazement and delight of then-Prime Minister Paul Martin.


* It happens to Nick Naylor in ''ThankYouForSmoking'', in slow motion.

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* It happens to Nick Naylor in ''ThankYouForSmoking'', ''Film/ThankYouForSmoking'', in slow motion.



* [[Series/BostonLegal Denny Crane]] shoves his way through with non sequiturs in ''Series/BostonLegal''.

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* [[Series/BostonLegal Denny Crane]] Crane shoves his way through with non sequiturs in ''Series/BostonLegal''.

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