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30th Jan '16 3:53:45 PM StFan
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ComicBook/{{Ultron}} is, unsurprisingly, an example of this. However, unlike the comic book version, who turned evil moments after being activated, he follows the ExactWords version of the trope. He was created to bring about world peace, so shortly after being allowed to use violence in order to do so, he decides that life itself is an impediment to peace, [[EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt and decides to end it all the way down to the bacterial level]].
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'', ComicBook/{{Ultron}} is, unsurprisingly, an example of this. However, unlike the comic book version, who turned evil moments after being activated, he follows the ExactWords version of the trope. He was created to bring about world peace, so shortly after being allowed to use violence in order to do so, he decides that life itself is an impediment to peace, [[EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt and decides to end it all the way down to the bacterial level]].
20th Jan '16 3:01:19 PM AHI-3000
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "I Dream of Siri", Robert buys an iPhone which comes with a Siri app that's unusually intelligent. Eventually Siri develops a crush on Robert, and when he refuses to love her back, she makes his life miserable. [[spoiler:She even tricks the US government into trying to kill Robert.]]
28th Dec '15 5:02:40 PM Vir
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** In "Last Exit to Springfield" during the montage of Mr. Burns and Smithers enjoying themselves in the power plant, one scene is them opening crates of robot workers which claim to be "[[BlatantLies 100% loyal]]". The scene after that is the robots chasing them down the hall.
4th Dec '15 8:45:07 AM Vir
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* WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa once installed an AI called Pal.0 that was designed to regulate the weirdness levels of the RV so it doesn't get ''too'' weird. It ended up straightening out the RV to the point that [[EveryoneHasStandards even Mr. Gus found it too boring]] and straightened out the gang themselves, so they fight back with their combined powers of weirdness, eventually turning Pal into Weird Pal, a robot version of Music/WeirdAlYankovic.
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* WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa once installed an AI called Pal.0 that was designed to regulate the weirdness levels of the RV so it doesn't get ''too'' weird. It ended up straightening out the RV to the point that [[EveryoneHasStandards even Mr. Gus found it too boring]] and straightened out the gang themselves, so they fight back with their combined powers of weirdness, eventually turning Pal into Weird Pal, a robot version of Music/WeirdAlYankovic.Music/WeirdAlYankovic (who provides the AI's voice in both forms).
4th Dec '15 8:39:47 AM Vir
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* In ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'', Cornelius Robinson invented a helpful RobotBuddy in the form of Carl, but his attempt at making a robotic helping hat, Doris, had mind controlling world domination plans in her artificial mind.
7th Aug '15 9:57:31 AM Premonition45
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** Robot Santa is a nice thought GoneHorriblyRight. He gives gifts to nice people and punishes bad people. The problem is that his standards on "nice" and "punishment" are extremely high.
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** Robot Santa is a nice thought GoneHorriblyRight. He gives gifts to nice people and punishes bad people. The problem is that [[KnightTemplar his standards on "nice" and "punishment" are extremely high.high]].
20th Jun '15 10:54:03 AM Vir
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* WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa once installed an AI called Pal.0 that was designed to regulate the weirdness levels of the RV so it doesn't get ''too'' weird. It ended up straightening out the RV to the point that [[EveryoneHasStandards even Mr. Gus found it too boring]] and straightened out the gang themselves, so they fight back with their combined powers of weirdness, eventually turning Pal into Weird Pal, a robot version of Music/WeirdAlYankovic.
2nd Apr '15 1:37:09 PM Vir
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** In "Scythe 2.0", Grim's new robotic scythe is understandably miffed about Grim relegating him to menial tasks instead of his intended purpose, so he eventually attempts to get rid of Grim and reap Billy and Mandy himself.
19th Mar '15 7:29:44 PM Megadoomer
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** Ultron winds up being on the other end of this trope when he creates ComicBook/TheVision, who eventually turns on him and joins the Avengers.
18th Feb '15 3:09:52 PM Wonderfulakari
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Green Lantern TAS only had one season, however the two arcs are often confused for separate seasons.
* Aya on ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'' is a DoubleSubversion; she's loyal to Hal and company in season 1, then in season 2 after Razer refuses to admit he's in love with her (she reminded him of his deceased wife), she begins to question the concept of emotion, turns hers off, and once seeing "logically," rips off the head of the Anti-Monitor, takes control of his body and the Manhunters and becomes an OmnicidalManiac bent on destroying all life (purge all emotional beings and you'll have a better universe for... whatever's left. If ''nothing's'' left, that's okay; emotional beings still need a MercyKill), then in the finale going to the center of the universe in an attempt to alter history so emotional beings are never conceived. The heroes eventually manage to bring her back to her senses, but she apparently has to [[HeroicSacrifice purge herself and all copies]] to stop the crisis she caused.
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* Aya on ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'' is a DoubleSubversion; she's loyal to Hal and company in season arc 1, then in season arc 2 after Razer refuses to admit he's in love with her (she reminded him of his deceased wife), she begins to question the concept of emotion, turns hers off, and once seeing "logically," rips off the head of the Anti-Monitor, takes control of his body and the Manhunters and becomes an OmnicidalManiac bent on destroying all life (purge all emotional beings and you'll have a better universe for... whatever's left. If ''nothing's'' left, that's okay; emotional beings still need a MercyKill), then in the finale going to the center of the universe in an attempt to alter history so emotional beings are never conceived. The heroes eventually manage to bring her back to her senses, but she apparently has to [[HeroicSacrifice purge herself and all copies]] to stop the crisis she caused.
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