History EvilCounterpart / LiveActionTV

18th Sep '16 12:33:07 PM annette12
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* Rachel from ''Series/{{Friends}}'' has her ManipulativeBastard sister Jill.
14th Aug '16 12:10:24 AM RobTan
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** The [[Series/StarTrekVoyager U.S.S. Voyager]] came across a rogue Starfleet vessel, the ''Equinox'', which had been using sentient beings as fuel to get home faster. Amusingly, ''their'' EMH has had his ethical subroutines removed.

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** [[TheEmpire The Dominion]] was designed to be an anti-[[TheFederation Federation]], rather than a single hostile alien race like other antagonist factions. Like the Federation, the Dominion was made up of hundreds of races and thousands of worlds, but bound togetehr by fear and enforced obedience rather than idealism.
** The [[Series/StarTrekVoyager U.S.S. Voyager]] came across a rogue Starfleet vessel, the ''Equinox'', which had been using sentient beings as fuel to get home faster. Amusingly, ''their'' EMH has had his ethical subroutines removed.removed, making him a full-on EvilTwin of The Doctor.
21st Jul '16 10:35:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Leverage}}'' has a number of counterparts to the main characters, although not all of them can be strictly called evil. A less ambiguous example is Chaos, a hacker of almost equal skill to Hardisson but completely lacking in ethics (in his first appearance, he tries to kill his entire crew to make off with the money). There's also Sterling who is just as smart as Nate (they used to be friends) and DangerouslyGenreSavvy. The kick is, Sterling is actually working within the law (he even becomes an Interpol agent), while Nate constantly breaks them.

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* ''{{Leverage}}'' ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' has a number of counterparts to the main characters, although not all of them can be strictly called evil. A less ambiguous example is Chaos, a hacker of almost equal skill to Hardisson but completely lacking in ethics (in his first appearance, he tries to kill his entire crew to make off with the money). There's also Sterling who is just as smart as Nate (they used to be friends) and DangerouslyGenreSavvy.friends). The kick is, Sterling is actually working within the law (he even becomes an Interpol agent), while Nate constantly breaks them.
21st May '16 4:52:17 AM TrollBrutal
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* ''Series/TheWire''
** Cheese is this to D'Angelo. Cheese was also the nephew of a drug lord. Despite the way he looks, he's a DirtyCoward. Dee stopped trusting his own family but never snitched on them. Cheese openly bragged about betraying his uncle to his death and got killed for it.
** Colvin resorts to an unsavory but effective scheme to lower the crime in his district but gets retired in disgrace. Valchek happily cheats on the police stats [[spoiler: and gets promoted to Commissioner]].

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* ''Series/TheWire''
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In ''Series/TheWire'', Cheese is this to D'Angelo. Cheese was is also the nephew of a drug lord. Despite the way he looks, he's a DirtyCoward. Dee stopped stops trusting his own family but never snitched snitches on them. Cheese openly bragged brags about betraying his uncle to his death and got gets killed for it.
** Colvin resorts to an unsavory but effective scheme to lower the crime in his district but gets retired in disgrace. Valchek happily cheats on the police stats [[spoiler: and gets promoted to Commissioner]].----
14th May '16 8:48:24 PM damus2300
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* ''Series/TheWire'' had Cheese who was the evil D'Angelo. Cheese was also the nephew of a drug lord. Despite the way he look, he's a DirtyCoward. Dee stopped trusting his own family but never snitched on them. Cheese openly bragged about betraying his uncle to his death and got killed for it.

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* ''Series/TheWire'' had ''Series/TheWire''
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Cheese who was the evil is this to D'Angelo. Cheese was also the nephew of a drug lord. Despite the way he look, looks, he's a DirtyCoward. Dee stopped trusting his own family but never snitched on them. Cheese openly bragged about betraying his uncle to his death and got killed for it.it.
** Colvin resorts to an unsavory but effective scheme to lower the crime in his district but gets retired in disgrace. Valchek happily cheats on the police stats [[spoiler: and gets promoted to Commissioner]].
10th May '16 11:14:44 PM erforce
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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles''. Cromartie is this to Cameron.

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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles''.''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles''. Cromartie is this to Cameron.
13th Apr '16 2:08:22 PM RobTan
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** Captain Holt has two evil counterparts Deputy Chief Wuntch and [[spoiler: FBIAgent Bob Anderson]] who both share his stoicism and hidden intensity.
11th Jan '16 4:47:28 PM Bulby08
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** Inverted with Merlin, who received his powers the same way as the Dark One, and can be controlled by Excalibur, but uses his powers for good, not evil.
14th Dec '15 7:56:55 PM damus2300
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** [[spoiler:Ruby]] is this to Dean. Both are [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]], {{Determinator}}s, very sarcastic, HotBlooded, incredibly {{Badass}}, [[BloodKnight have a passion for fighting]], [[{{Berserker}} will never back down from a fight]], are loyal to their missions, have played the roles of TheCaretaker and TheMentor to Sam, whom both of them have UndyingLoyalty to, are [[WellDoneSonGuy strongly devoted to their "fathers"]], and [[spoiler:have sold their souls to demons in the past]]. It's a common fan theory that [[spoiler:Ruby]] deliberately took on some of Dean's traits in order to get Sam to trust her and be willing to work with her.

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** [[spoiler:Ruby]] is this to Dean. Both are [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]], {{Determinator}}s, very sarcastic, HotBlooded, incredibly {{Badass}}, [[BloodKnight have a passion for fighting]], [[{{Berserker}} will never back down from a fight]], are loyal to their missions, have played the roles of TheCaretaker and TheMentor to Sam, whom both of them have UndyingLoyalty to, are [[WellDoneSonGuy strongly devoted to their "fathers"]], and [[spoiler:have sold their souls to demons in the past]]. It's a common fan theory that [[spoiler:Ruby]] deliberately took on some of Dean's traits in order to get Sam to trust her and be willing to work with her.her.
* ''Series/TheWire'' had Cheese who was the evil D'Angelo. Cheese was also the nephew of a drug lord. Despite the way he look, he's a DirtyCoward. Dee stopped trusting his own family but never snitched on them. Cheese openly bragged about betraying his uncle to his death and got killed for it.
10th Dec '15 3:13:27 PM Dark_Lord_
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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'' have had several evil counterpart teams to the Rangers, though the evil team most people remember are the ones in ''Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', the Nejirangers/Psycho Rangers respectively, who actually named a subtrope: ThePsychoRangers.

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* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Series/PowerRangers'' have had several evil counterpart teams to the Rangers, though the evil team most people remember are the ones in ''Series/DenjiSentaiMegaranger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', the Nejirangers/Psycho Rangers respectively, who actually named a subtrope: ThePsychoRangers. However, there are also episodes in which only one of the Rangers gets an evil counterpart, thus playing this trope straight, rather than the subtrope. Examples are:
** 'Blue Ranger Gone Bad' from the second season of ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'', featuring an evil clone of Billy.
** ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'' has Tetsumenpi Chouryuo; an armored warrior capable of using the same techniques the Dairangers can.
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