Subverted in Sailor Moon, episode 171. Sailor Venus and Pluto are being chased by Mooks across a Rope Bridge, which (predictably) fails before they reach the other end, causing the mooks to plummet down. Sailor Venus conjures a magical chain to support the two of them, and it seems that all they have to do is to climb up. but a Reveal Shot follows, showing that the other end of the chain is being held by the Big Bad, who happily releases it, causing the heroes to fall to certain doom. (They ironically survive because of the Big Bad’s unwillingness to just let them die like that.)Lampshaded in episode 33: The kids get to the other side a rope bridge without a problem and Conan comments that this kind of bridge would always fall if it was in a movie. at which point, the old ropes suddenly come apart and the bridge completely collapses, leaving them with no way back.

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