History FaceHeelTurn / LiveActionTV

15th Jan '17 1:30:42 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Olly is Jon Snow's trusted steward until he [[spoiler:helps Alliser Thorne murder Jon]] as revenge for the latter saving and forming an alliance with the Wildlings.

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Olly is Jon Snow's trusted steward until he [[spoiler:helps Alliser Thorne murder Jon]] as revenge for the latter saving and forming an alliance with the Wildlings.Wildlings.
** Theon illustrates his turn by burning his warning letter to Robb as the Stark theme shifts into the Greyjoy theme.
** Its only referenced obliquely, but Mance Rayder went from being one of the best rangers in the Night's Watch to King Beyond the Wall.
27th Dec '16 4:02:19 PM nombretomado
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* ''AshesToAshes'' Season 3 kicks off with [[spoiler: the introduction of new DCI Jim Keats. He seems like an upright, intelligent guy who even Gene Hunt begrudgingly respects - mainly because Keats is allowing Hunt to operate the way he wants to operate and isn't interfering the way other [[InternalAffairs IAB officers]] would. He repeatedly tells Alex that he wants to help her, and he knows she has a larger purpose in this world. He makes overtures to the rest of the CID gang - Chris in particular - even bringing over a bottle of champagne to celebrate their closing a case. And then, about five minutes before the end of the episode, he walks into Gene's office, closes the door, and delivers one of the most [[BreakThemByTalking scathing denouncements of Hunt and his people]] we've ever heard, and [[InspectorJavert vows to bring Hunt down]], no matter what.]]
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': Daniel Shaw is an all-American hero, willing to die for his country, but [[spoiler: when he finds out thanks to the Ring that Sarah killed his wife, he joins the Ring setting on killing Sarah for revenge; this turns out to be fatal, as Chuck kills him in order to protect Sarah]].

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* ''AshesToAshes'' ''Series/AshesToAshes'' Season 3 kicks off with [[spoiler: the introduction of new DCI Jim Keats. He seems like an upright, intelligent guy who even Gene Hunt begrudgingly respects - mainly because Keats is allowing Hunt to operate the way he wants to operate and isn't interfering the way other [[InternalAffairs IAB officers]] would. He repeatedly tells Alex that he wants to help her, and he knows she has a larger purpose in this world. He makes overtures to the rest of the CID gang - Chris in particular - even bringing over a bottle of champagne to celebrate their closing a case. And then, about five minutes before the end of the episode, he walks into Gene's office, closes the door, and delivers one of the most [[BreakThemByTalking scathing denouncements of Hunt and his people]] we've ever heard, and [[InspectorJavert vows to bring Hunt down]], no matter what.]]
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': ''Series/{{Chuck}}'':
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Daniel Shaw is an all-American hero, willing to die for his country, but [[spoiler: when he finds out thanks to the Ring that Sarah killed his wife, he joins the Ring setting on killing Sarah for revenge; this turns out to be fatal, as Chuck kills him in order to protect Sarah]].
6th Dec '16 9:02:58 PM detghost
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*** How malevolent he was in Season 5 is up for debate. He wasn't killing anyone, no, but he did program the [[{{Sexbot}} AprilBot]] he created to feel pain when he was gone, abandoned her despite this (and the fact that she was a potentially dangerous robot with super strength), and when he realized she was looking for him he tried to bail before Buffy confronted him. Combinine that with his obvious misogyny (look at the other ways he programmed AprilBot and how he treats Katrina) and his descent into evil in Season 6 isn't all that surprising.

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*** How malevolent he was in Season 5 is up for debate. He wasn't killing anyone, no, but he did program the [[{{Sexbot}} AprilBot]] he created his {{Sexbot}} to feel pain when he was gone, abandoned abandon her despite this (and the fact that she was a potentially dangerous robot with super strength), and when he realized she was looking for him he tried to bail before Buffy confronted him. Combinine Combine that with his obvious misogyny (look at the other ways he programmed AprilBot the [[{{Sexbot}} AprilBot]] and how he treats Katrina) and his descent into evil in Season 6 isn't all that surprising.
6th Dec '16 8:59:30 PM detghost
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*** How malevolent he was in Season 5 is up for debate. He wasn't killing anyone, no, but he did program the [[{{Sexbot}} AprilBot]] he created to feel pain when he was gone, abandoned her despite this (and the fact that she was a potentially dangerous robot with super strength), and when he realized she was looking for him he tried to bail before Buffy confronted him. Combinine that with his obvious misogyny (look at the other ways he programmed AprilBot and how he treats Katrina) and his descent into evil in Season 6 isn't all that surprising.
8th Oct '16 9:29:13 AM nombretomado
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*** Not exactly, as per {{Buffyverse}} mythos, vampires are [[DemonicPossession demons that have taken over a human's body]] after the [[SoullessShell human soul has departed]], and thus are not considered the same person once turned. Angel and Spike were special exceptions, arguably considered [[SplitPersonalityMerge demons cohabitating with human souls]].

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*** Not exactly, as per {{Buffyverse}} Franchise/{{Buffyverse}} mythos, vampires are [[DemonicPossession demons that have taken over a human's body]] after the [[SoullessShell human soul has departed]], and thus are not considered the same person once turned. Angel and Spike were special exceptions, arguably considered [[SplitPersonalityMerge demons cohabitating with human souls]].
8th Oct '16 9:28:05 AM nombretomado
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6th Oct '16 7:23:24 PM GottaHaveFaith
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* ''Series/GameofThrones'': Olly is Jon Stark's trusted steward until he [[spoiler:helps Alliser Thorne murder Jon]] as revenge for the latter assisting the Wildlings.

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* ''Series/GameofThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Olly is Jon Stark's Snow's trusted steward until he [[spoiler:helps Alliser Thorne murder Jon]] as revenge for the latter assisting saving and forming an alliance with the Wildlings.
26th Apr '16 3:53:20 PM Judasace
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* ''Series/GameofThrones'': Olly is Jon Stark's trusted steward until he [[spoiler:helps Alliser Thorne murder Jon]] as revenge for the latter assisting the Wildlings.
2nd Apr '16 11:25:23 AM nombretomado
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* {{Eastenders}} - James Wilmott-Brown started out as the friendly face of the brewery, then bought his own bar, got obsessed with barmaid Kathy, and eventually raped her.

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* {{Eastenders}} ''Series/EastEnders'' - James Wilmott-Brown started out as the friendly face of the brewery, then bought his own bar, got obsessed with barmaid Kathy, and eventually raped her.
9th Mar '16 2:05:40 PM GrammarNavi
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* Ollie Reeder in {{The Thick of It}}. He starts off as a somewhat unconfident and idealistic geek, gradually becomes a bit of a jerk and eventually transforms into an amoral and treacherous manipulator who is willing to throw anyone under the bus to improve his own career.

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* Ollie Reeder in {{The Thick of It}}.Series/TheThickofIt. He starts off as a somewhat unconfident and idealistic geek, gradually becomes a bit of a jerk and eventually transforms into an amoral and treacherous manipulator who is willing to throw anyone under the bus to improve his own career.
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