History BullyingADragon / LiveActionTV

11th May '18 1:48:59 PM KidDynamite
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''Series/{{NCIS}}'': In the episode "Iced" the gang member Cesar is held for questioning. After being released, he decides to use his fake position as go-between for his gang's leader to order retaliation against a ''federal law enforcement agency''. If he hadn't been killed by his gang for murdering their leader, attacking NCIS would have resulted in major retaliation.

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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': In the episode "Iced" the gang member Cesar is held for questioning. After being released, he decides to use his fake position as go-between for his gang's leader to order retaliation against a ''federal law enforcement agency''. If he hadn't been killed by his gang for murdering their leader, attacking NCIS would have resulted in major retaliation.
31st Mar '18 1:43:04 AM TSBasilisk
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''Series/{{NCIS}}'': In the episode "Iced" the gang member Cesar is held for questioning. After being released, he decides to use his fake position as go-between for his gang's leader to order retaliation against a ''federal law enforcement agency''. If he hadn't been killed by his gang for murdering their leader, attacking NCIS would have resulted in major retaliation.
28th Mar '18 8:50:19 PM ShorinBJ
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* ''Series/AgentsOfShield'' has quite a few people, notably the Watchdogs, do this to Inhumans.
16th Feb '18 6:36:47 AM cdrood
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** In ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'', there was a scene that was either actual time travel or AllJustADream where Carnasaur takes Jarrod/Dai Shi back to Jarrod as a child being bullied. Young Jarrod was already proficient in Kung Fu, but did not fight back due to his training. Carnasaur changed the past scene so that he DID fight back and mopped the floor with the gang.
25th Dec '17 10:59:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Frontier}}'': Elizabeth Carruthers decides to deliberately antagonize Samuel Grant by having his closest associate arrested after scuppering their deal with the Marquis and then rubbing in his face how pathetic he is despite knowing that this is a man who doesn't shy away from things like [[spoiler:murdering his competition. Predictably, he kills her in a frothing rage after she beats him over the head with a candle holder.]]
26th Nov '17 7:21:08 AM Freezer
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* On ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', the fact that Endora was a powerful sorceress rarely dissuaded Darrin from telling her off, even though quite a lot of the curses he suffered over the show's run happened as a result. Even worse were the few times he argued with Samantha's ''father'', who even Endora was afraid of.

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* On ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', the fact that Endora was a powerful sorceress rarely dissuaded Darrin from telling her off, even though quite a lot of the curses he suffered over the show's run happened as a result. Even worse were the few times he argued with Samantha's ''father'', who even Endora was afraid of. Justified in that Darrin knew full well that Sam's family hated him (or rather, hated the idea of him, a mortal, married to Samantha) and would be just as likely to zap him if he kept his mouth shut as if he spoke his mind.
24th Oct '17 5:28:18 AM Flame
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* ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'' Taunting a short tempered leader of the team Baron that can take on monsters from another world sounds like a good idea? And especially when he doesn´t deserve it? What the hell is wrong with you people?!

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* ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'' ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'': Taunting a short tempered leader [[SocialDarwinist leader]] of the team Baron that can take on monsters from another world sounds like a good idea? And especially when he doesn´t doesn't deserve it? What the hell is wrong with you people?!people?!
* ''Series/KamenRiderBuild'': [[DumbMuscle Ryuuga Banjo]] attacks [[DragonWithAnAgenda Blood Stalk]] despite knowing full well just how outmatched he is after an earlier attempt that was even less thought out [[spoiler: and nearly got him killed]]. He still goes with it because he has people to protect and unfinished business with Stalk.
15th Oct '17 9:13:55 AM lillolillo
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* ''Series/Supergirl2015'': In the tie-in comic series, made-of-diamond villain Facet spends months trying to ruin [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]]'s life until Kara loses patience, takes her to the upper atmosphere and lets her go. Supergirl lampshades how dumb is to taunt someone who can ''fly'':
-->'''Supergirl:''' But here's the thing about messing with people who can fly when you can't... They choose how you land.
2nd Oct '17 1:29:09 PM Owlorange1995
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* In ''Series/TheFlash2014'', Eddie Thawne wants to assemble a police task force to capture the Flash, who he sees as responsible for the dangerous events in Central City. Problem is, The Flash has SuperSpeed. Eddie quickly realizes how out of his depth he is when he's beaten senseless by the speedster under the control of another metahuman, but he puts together his task force ''anyway''. It's only after The Flash saves him from the Reverse-Flash does he warm up to a partnership.
5th Aug '17 2:04:59 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** From ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' we have Bulk and Skull, who (as [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] pointed out) regularly bullied a group of six classmates, all of whom could easily beat the crap out of them (even though they mostly seemed to pick on Billy, the weakest of the group). Luckily for them, the Rangers were far too nice to ever do anything. It is shown in [[EnsembleDarkhorse Tommy's]] introduction, though: they go to harass the new kid, only for him to pull off an impromptu demonstration of his martial arts skills (never actually touching either bully), which causes them to run away in wide-eyed terror.

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** From ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' we have Bulk and Skull, who (as [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] pointed out) regularly bullied a group of six classmates, all of whom could easily beat the crap out of them (even though they mostly seemed to pick on Billy, the weakest of the group). Luckily for them, the Rangers were far too nice to ever do anything. It is shown in [[EnsembleDarkhorse Tommy's]] introduction, though: they go to harass the new kid, only for him to pull off an impromptu demonstration of his martial arts skills (never actually touching either bully), which causes them to run away in wide-eyed terror. They've also been willing to attack monsters and mooks, occasionally even saving the day.
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