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1st Sep '17 3:55:10 PM nombretomado
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* Happens regularly in soap operas. For example, on ''AllMyChildren'', lifetime enemies Adam and Palmer teamed up to kill a rapist.

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* Happens regularly in soap operas. For example, on ''AllMyChildren'', ''Series/AllMyChildren'', lifetime enemies Adam and Palmer teamed up to kill a rapist.
27th Aug '17 4:12:05 AM Nadim
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', Jerry fills in for Newman's shift so that Newman would get a vacation trip to Hawaii.
14th Aug '17 9:23:50 AM Gregzilla
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': In the episode "Asylum" [[Characters/SmallvilleMeteorFreaks Ian Randall and Eric Summers]] ask for the help of [[TheHunter Van McNulty]] because he knows Clark's weakness.

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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': In the episode "Asylum" [[Characters/SmallvilleMeteorFreaks Ian Randall and Eric Summers]] ask for the help of [[TheHunter [[HunterOfMonsters Van McNulty]] because he knows Clark's weakness.
10th Aug '17 5:16:45 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has a really bizarre example in the episode "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]". Jeff falls into a coma and dreams he's a member of WesternAnimation/GIJoe. However, since Jeff is aware of the show's conventions, he breaks the NobodyCanDie rule by killing the Cobra officer, Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual. This greatly shocks the other members of G.I. Joe who has never been confronted with actual death before, so they court martial Jeff for murder. Later when Jeff attempts to escape alongside the other study group members (also imagined as G.I. Joe members), he inadvertently manages to make things worse as during his escape he accidentally kills even more members of Cobra as well as the resident G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline. The fact that Jeff can actually kill people, eventually makes G.I. Joe and Cobra realize that he constitutes the single greatest threat to both of them by far, so they decide to combine forces and form the organisation Jo-Bra in attempt to stop him.

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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has a really bizarre example in the episode "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]". Jeff falls into a coma and dreams he's a member of WesternAnimation/GIJoe. However, since Jeff is aware of the show's conventions, he breaks the NobodyCanDie rule by killing the Cobra officer, Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual. This greatly shocks the other members of G.I. Joe who has never been confronted with actual death before, so they court martial Jeff for murder. Later when Jeff attempts to escape alongside the other study group members (also imagined as G.I. Joe members), he inadvertently manages to make things worse as during his escape he accidentally kills even more members of Cobra as well as the resident G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline. The fact that Jeff can actually kill people, eventually makes G.I. Joe and Cobra realize that he constitutes the single greatest threat to both of them by far, so they decide to combine forces and form the organisation Jo-Bra "Jo-Bra" in an attempt to stop him.
10th Aug '17 5:16:22 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has a really bizarre example in the episode "G.I. Jeff". Jeff falls into a coma and dreams he's a member of WesternAnimation/GIJoe. However, since Jeff is aware of the show's conventions, he breaks the NobodyCanDie rule by killing the Cobra officer, Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual. This greatly shocks the other members of G.I. Joe who has never been confronted with death before, so they court martial Jeff for murder. Later when Jeff attempts to escape alongside the other study group members (also imagined as G.I. Joe members), he inadvertently manages to make things worse as during his escape he accidentally kills even more members of Cobra as well as the resident G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline. The fact that Jeff can actually kill people, eventually makes G.I. Joe and Cobra realize that he constitutes the single greatest threat to both of them by far, so they decide to combine forces and form the organisation Jo-Bra in attempt to stop him.

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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has a really bizarre example in the episode "G."[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff".Jeff]]". Jeff falls into a coma and dreams he's a member of WesternAnimation/GIJoe. However, since Jeff is aware of the show's conventions, he breaks the NobodyCanDie rule by killing the Cobra officer, Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual. This greatly shocks the other members of G.I. Joe who has never been confronted with actual death before, so they court martial Jeff for murder. Later when Jeff attempts to escape alongside the other study group members (also imagined as G.I. Joe members), he inadvertently manages to make things worse as during his escape he accidentally kills even more members of Cobra as well as the resident G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline. The fact that Jeff can actually kill people, eventually makes G.I. Joe and Cobra realize that he constitutes the single greatest threat to both of them by far, so they decide to combine forces and form the organisation Jo-Bra in attempt to stop him.
9th Aug '17 4:08:11 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has a really bizarre example in the episode "G.I. Jeff". Jeff falls into a coma and dreams he's a member of GIJoe. After a series of mishaps, he finds himself on the run from the unit with the other study group members (also imagined as G.I. Joe members). Eventually, he causes so much trouble, G.I. Joe and Cobra have to join forces to capture him.

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* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has a really bizarre example in the episode "G.I. Jeff". Jeff falls into a coma and dreams he's a member of GIJoe. After a series WesternAnimation/GIJoe. However, since Jeff is aware of mishaps, he finds himself on the run from show's conventions, he breaks the unit with NobodyCanDie rule by killing the Cobra officer, Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual. This greatly shocks the other study group members (also imagined as of G.I. Joe members). Eventually, he causes who has never been confronted with death before, so much trouble, they court martial Jeff for murder. Later when Jeff attempts to escape alongside the other study group members (also imagined as G.I. Joe members), he inadvertently manages to make things worse as during his escape he accidentally kills even more members of Cobra as well as the resident G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline. The fact that Jeff can actually kill people, eventually makes G.I. Joe and Cobra have realize that he constitutes the single greatest threat to join both of them by far, so they decide to combine forces and form the organisation Jo-Bra in attempt to capture stop him.
25th Jul '17 1:24:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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** The Season 2 finale "Unthinkable" has two examples. The Arrow allies with the League of Assassins to take on [[BigBad Deathstroke]] and his {{Super Soldier}}s, while Diggle and Lyla team up with the SuicideSquad to stop ARGUS from [[GodzillaThreshold bombing the city in an attempt to stop the soldiers]].

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** The Season 2 finale "Unthinkable" has two examples. The Arrow allies with the League of Assassins to take on [[BigBad Deathstroke]] and his {{Super Soldier}}s, while Diggle and Lyla team up with the SuicideSquad Comicbook/SuicideSquad to stop ARGUS from [[GodzillaThreshold bombing the city in an attempt to stop the soldiers]].
25th Jun '17 11:14:54 AM nombretomado
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--> '''Pub Landlord''': *''Shakes hand''* The ''[[WorldWarTwo mutual]]'' enemy, all hostilities are now ceased!

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--> '''Pub Landlord''': *''Shakes hand''* The ''[[WorldWarTwo ''[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII mutual]]'' enemy, all hostilities are now ceased!
22nd Jun '17 8:37:35 AM gb00393
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** Despite his open distaste for the Boltons (and their Karstark allies), Smalljon chooses to ally with Ramsay because of Jon Snow's decision to let the Wildlings through the Wall and he believes that this will result in them razing the Umbers' land.
5th May '17 4:57:56 AM Thesedaysthosedays
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*** Which is an interesting use of this trope, seeing as [[spoiler: Meg was a [[SycophanticServant staunch]] Lucifer loyalist whom the boys had fought against in the ''same episode'' they first allied with Crowley.]]

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*** Which is an interesting use of this trope, seeing as [[spoiler: Meg was a [[SycophanticServant staunch]] Lucifer loyalist whom the boys had fought against in the ''same episode'' they first allied with Crowley.Crowley against Lucifer.]]



** The climax of Season 11 sees the biggest example in the show's history, as the Winchesters [[spoiler: and God]] ally with Lucifer, Crowley, and Rowena -- who all hate each other as much as they do the heroes -- and rally the combined forces of Heaven and Hell, in order to stop [[TheAntiGod Amara]] from [[OmnicidalManiac destroying the universe]].

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** The climax of Season 11 sees the biggest example in the show's history, as the Winchesters [[spoiler: and God]] ally with Lucifer, Crowley, and Rowena -- who all hate each other as much as they do the heroes -- and rally the combined forces of Heaven and Hell, in order to stop [[TheAntiGod Amara]] from [[OmnicidalManiac destroying the universe]]. In all this [[EvilVersusOblivion opportunity for reconciling with the forces of Good]], there's also a place for the evil angel Metatron to [[RedemptionEqualsDeath to completely redeem himself and die]] before the final battles that Lucifer, Rowena, and Crowley took part in.
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