"There is always a choice." You hear this all over the place; movies, books, tv shows, even radio. The statement is usually made when a hero makes difficult decision in which he/she felt like there was no other choice because the other choice wasn't an option. However, even though the other choice wasn't an option in their mind...it was still a choice. They still had the opportunity to choose between two options. I was thinking about this last night tying to come up with scenarios that dis-proved the statement "There is always a choice." But I couldn't come up with any. I couldn't come up with a single releastic scenario in which the person had to do something and had no choice in the matter. So my question is this: minus the sci-fi things like mind-control and hypnotism...is it even possible to have a scenario where a character/person literately has no choice...and has only one option.