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** The car hits the pane of glass and drives through unharmed because the car company paid to have their car in the film and wouldn't allow its use unless it was show undamaged.

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** The car hits the pane of glass and drives through unharmed because the car company paid to have their car in the film and wouldn't allow its use unless it was show shown undamaged.


** A butler appears but no crime occurs. Or there ''is'' a crime, but there is no butler. Or there is neither. Or the butler was never a murdered nor a suspect.

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** A butler appears but no crime occurs. Or there ''is'' a crime, but there is no butler. Or there is neither. Or the butler was never a murdered nor a suspect.


** A butler appears but no crime occurs. Or there ''is'' a crime, but there is no butler. Or there is neither.

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** A butler appears but no crime occurs. Or there ''is'' a crime, but there is no butler. Or there is neither. Or the butler was never a murdered nor a suspect.


[[caption-width-right:345:An easy visual reference. Thanks, [[Tropers/SonicLover SonicLover]]!]]

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[[caption-width-right:345:An easy [[caption-width-right:345:A handy-dandy visual reference. Thanks, [[Tropers/SonicLover SonicLover]]!]]


** The car drives through the pane of glass backwards, or in any other weird way that a car should not be driving in.

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** The driver flinches as the car drives through zooms between the pane of glass backwards, or in any other weird way two workers, then realizes that a car should not be driving in.they're just pantomiming and there is no glass.


** The car disappears from view and isn't seen again until after the sound of glass breaking.

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** The car disappears from view and isn't seen again until after the [[OffscreenCrash sound of glass breaking.breaking]].


** A huge glowing bomb is assumed to be a superweapon, and is then revealed to not have any effective blast due to its inefficiency.

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** A huge glowing bomb is assumed to be a superweapon, and is then revealed to not have any effective blast due to its inefficiency. Or, a character appears at first to be wielding a LaserBlade but it turns out to actually be a large glowstick.


Note: If it's Administrivia/NotATrope (YMMV, Trvia), it can't be played with, it either happens straight or not at all. The only exceptions are InUniverse examples of an InvokedTrope.

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Note: If it's Administrivia/NotATrope (YMMV, Trvia), Trivia), it can't be played with, it either happens straight or not at all. The only exceptions are InUniverse examples of an InvokedTrope.


Note: If it's Administrivia/NotATrope (YMMV, Trvia), it can't be played with, it either happens straight or =not at all. The only exceptions are InUniverse examples of an InvokedTrope.

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Note: If it's Administrivia/NotATrope (YMMV, Trvia), it can't be played with, it either happens straight or =not not at all. The only exceptions are InUniverse examples of an InvokedTrope.

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Note: If it's Administrivia/NotATrope (YMMV, Trvia), it can't be played with, it either happens straight or =not at all. The only exceptions are InUniverse examples of an InvokedTrope.


** The car crashes into a glass factory..

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** The car crashes into a glass factory..
factory and somehow contrives to smash every single pane of glass within it.


[[caption-width-right:345:An easy visual reference. Thanks, Tropers/SonicLover!]]

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[[caption-width-right:345:An easy visual reference. Thanks, Tropers/SonicLover!]]
[[Tropers/SonicLover SonicLover]]!]]


** The car drives through the pane of glass, but it's [[TheAllegedCar the car]] that shatters (instead of the glass).

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** The car drives through into the pane of glass, but it's [[TheAllegedCar the car]] that shatters (instead of the glass).


** A butler appears but no crime occurs. Or there ''is'' a crime, but there is no butler. Or there is neither. Or the crime is stopped before the butler can commit it (which would be worth noting, in contrast to the other examples).

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** A butler appears but no crime occurs. Or there ''is'' a crime, but there is no butler. Or there is neither. Or the crime is stopped before the butler can commit it (which would be worth noting, in contrast to the other examples).

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