History EnemyMine / LiveActionTV

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.
5th Mar '17 12:38:17 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* The first episode of ''Series/CimarronStrip'' had a gang member shot to death by his own leader in the Cimarron jail, so Marshal Crown enlists the help of the troublemaker in the adjacent cell, who had witnessed the murder, to find the one responsible.
24th Jan '17 10:58:23 PM Luppercus
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* Happens regularly in soap operas. For example, on ''AllMyChildren'', lifetime enemies Adam and Palmer teamed up to kill a rapist.



* Happens regularly in soap operas. For example, on ''AllMyChildren'', lifetime enemies Adam and Palmer teamed up to kill a rapist.



* Nick and Renard's relationship in ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' is like that. In other circumstances they'll be enemies, and Renard even was a villain-like character at first. They became allies because they have a common enemy; The Royal Families.

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* Nick and Renard's relationship in durint season 3 to 5 of ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' is like that. In other circumstances they'll be enemies, and Renard even was a villain-like character at first.that. They became allies because they have a common enemy; The Royal Families.
24th Jan '17 10:56:02 PM Luppercus
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* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' Season 1 had a war occur between the Grounders and people from the Ark. In Season 2, the two factions ally against Mount Weather, which is kidnapping people from both sides to use as HumanResources, and has by far the most advanced military on the Ground.



* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' Season 1 had a war occur between the Grounders and people from the Ark. In Season 2, the two factions ally against Mount Weather, which is kidnapping people from both sides to use as HumanResources, and has by far the most advanced military on the Ground.
13th Jan '17 1:46:05 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': This is the reason the Wildlings are all united under a single leader. Every tribe hates each others' guts: they just hate the idea of dying in droves to [[BiggerBad the White Walkers]] more.

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This is the reason the Wildlings are all united under a single leader. Every tribe hates each others' guts: they just hate the idea of dying in droves to [[BiggerBad the White Walkers]] more.more.
** The Lannisters and the Tyrells against Stannis.
*** Of particular note is Loras Tyrell, who initially views the Lannisters as his enemy but chooses to side with them to avenge his lover Renly.
** Jaime and Brienne become this when they are captured by Locke.
** Arya and the Hound make a good BadassAndChildDuo even though they hate each other.
** Oberyn Martell champions Tyrion much more for a chance at revenge than for any sense of justice or personal connection between them.
** Ser Alliser Thorne tells Jon outright that they will go back to hating each other after the battle is over.
** Subverted by Stannis and Renly, who refuse to cooperate with anyone who refuses to submit to them. Renly at least offers to let Robb remain king in name, but Stannis refuses to view any other claimant as anything but a usurper who must be forced to submit.
** Jon Snow argues that the Night's Watch, the southern kings, and the Wildlings should put aside their differences to fight the White Walkers.
** The Tyrells set aside their centuries-long rivalry with Dorne when Cersei murders every Tyrell save Olenna, who jumps at the opportunity to join the Sand Snakes in their quest for vengeance against the Lannisters.
1st Jan '17 6:31:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''AmericanGothic'': Buck, Dr. Crower, Gail, and Ben are all forced to work together in the episode "The Beast Within", when Ben's deranged brother takes them all hostage: Dr. Matt's hand is hurt so he has to coach Ben in performing an emergency surgery, while Buck and Gail have to work together to find the lost key to the handcuffs holding them and Caleb prisoner. (The fact this all turns out to be [[spoiler:ThePlan orchestrated by Buck]] rather subverts the trope.)

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* ''AmericanGothic'': ''Series/AmericanGothic1995'': Buck, Dr. Crower, Gail, and Ben are all forced to work together in the episode "The Beast Within", when Ben's deranged brother takes them all hostage: Dr. Matt's hand is hurt so he has to coach Ben in performing an emergency surgery, while Buck and Gail have to work together to find the lost key to the handcuffs holding them and Caleb prisoner. (The fact this all turns out to be [[spoiler:ThePlan orchestrated by Buck]] rather subverts the trope.)
16th Dec '16 7:31:01 PM KidDynamite
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* In an episode of ''Series/TheFlash2014'', the titular hero is forced to temporarily team up with Leonard Snart (AKA Captain Cold) and his sister Lisa (AKA Golden Glider) in order to help transport a bunch of dangerous meta-humans from S.T.A.R. Labs to [[Series/{{Arrow}} Lian Yu]]. Naturally, Snart betrays Barry and releases the meta-humans (except for one, whom he kills for ostensibly owing him money), figuring they now owe him one. At the end of the episode, Barry admits he probably shouldn't have trusted a known felon.



* The premise of the upcoming show ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' is that a team up of the some of the heroes and villains of the ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' and ''Series/TheFlash2014'' franchise is necessary to stop an immortal villain, as claimed by the time-traveling Rip Hunter. Leonard Snart even points out that he can't imagine a future where he's considered a hero (he would probably consider it an insult). Hunter points out that they're not heroes, they're ''legends''.



* The ''Series/{{Timeless}}'' episode, "The Capture Of Benedict Arnold" involves them having to team up with Garcia Flynn to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin capture Benedict Arnold]], as he has connections to the original founder of Rittenhouse.



* In an episode of ''Series/TheFlash2014'', the titular hero is forced to temporarily team up with Leonard Snart (AKA Captain Cold) and his sister Lisa (AKA Golden Glider) in order to help transport a bunch of dangerous meta-humans from S.T.A.R. Labs to [[Series/{{Arrow}} Lian Yu]]. Naturally, Snart betrays Barry and releases the meta-humans (except for one, whom he kills for ostensibly owing him money), figuring they now owe him one. At the end of the episode, Barry admits he probably shouldn't have trusted a known felon.
* The premise of the upcoming show ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' is that a team up of the some of the heroes and villains of the ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' and ''Series/TheFlash2014'' franchise is necessary to stop an immortal villain, as claimed by the time-traveling Rip Hunter. Leonard Snart even points out that he can't imagine a future where he's considered a hero (he would probably consider it an insult). Hunter points out that they're not heroes, they're ''legends''.

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* In an episode of ''Series/TheFlash2014'', the titular hero is forced to temporarily team up with Leonard Snart (AKA Captain Cold) and his sister Lisa (AKA Golden Glider) in order to help transport a bunch of dangerous meta-humans from S.T.A.R. Labs to [[Series/{{Arrow}} Lian Yu]]. Naturally, Snart betrays Barry and releases the meta-humans (except for one, whom he kills for ostensibly owing him money), figuring they now owe him one. At the end of the episode, Barry admits he probably shouldn't have trusted a known felon.
* The premise of the upcoming show ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' is that a team up of the some of the heroes and villains of the ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' and ''Series/TheFlash2014'' franchise is necessary to stop an immortal villain, as claimed by the time-traveling Rip Hunter. Leonard Snart even points out that he can't imagine a future where he's considered a hero (he would probably consider it an insult). Hunter points out that they're not heroes, they're ''legends''.
11th Dec '16 4:41:46 AM Luppercus
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** Episode ''La isla de los hombres casi solos'' (PunnyName in reference to famous novel ''La isla de los hombres solos'' from Costa Rican author José León Sánchez) el Chapulin helps two villains, Rascabuches and Matonsísimo Kid, because they are being abused by an evil female warden in a penal colony, forced to work 23 hours a day.

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** Episode ''La isla de los hombres casi solos'' (PunnyName in reference to the famous novel ''La isla de los hombres solos'' from Costa Rican author José León Sánchez) el Chapulin helps two villains, Rascabuches and Matonsísimo Kid, because they are being abused by an evil female warden in a penal colony, forced to work 23 hours a day.
10th Dec '16 11:14:28 PM Luppercus
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** Episode ''La Horca'', this was from the one-hour variety show ''Series/{{Chespirito}}'' in the 80s and a two-part especial with Chapulin Colorado. He teams-up with two villains; Matonsísimo Kid and his daughter Rosa la Rumorosa and helps him escape from jail after he's sentence to death by hanging, as Chapulin opposes the Death Penalty. [[note]] The episode ends with AnAesop about the need for rehabilitation of criminals, as with the previous example, Roberto Gomez Boñaños held very progressive views regarding the treatment of convicts.[[/note]]

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** Episode ''La Horca'', this was from the one-hour variety show ''Series/{{Chespirito}}'' in the 80s and a two-part especial with Chapulin Colorado. He teams-up with two villains; Matonsísimo Kid and his daughter Rosa la Rumorosa and helps him escape from jail after he's sentence to death by hanging, as Chapulin opposes the Death Penalty. [[note]] The episode ends with AnAesop about the need for rehabilitation of criminals, as with the previous example, Roberto Gomez Boñaños Bolaños held very progressive views regarding the treatment of convicts.[[/note]]
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