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2nd May '17 7:28:45 PM Vir
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* Parodied on ''Series/MindOfMencia'' where Carlos' angel and devil are representatives of him growing up in different parts of California; his angel is him from Encino and his devil is him from Los Angeles.
20th Jan '17 12:59:32 PM gb00393
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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', Stannis Baratheon's main advisors are Ser Davos Seaworth (the angel) and Lady Melisandre (the demon). Where Melisandre counsels using force to achieve his goals, Ser Davos advises restraint.

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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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Stannis Baratheon's main advisors are Ser Davos Seaworth (the angel) and Lady Melisandre (the demon). Where Melisandre counsels using force to achieve his goals, Ser Davos advises restraint. It's even invoked visually in "Mhysa" when both are left in the background of a close-up of Stannis, one over each shoulder, with Melisandre in her rich red robes and Davos in his humble grey roughspun.
** A similar shot was also used for Ned contemplating going south in "Winter is Coming," with Catelyn and Maester Luwin arguing the two ambiguous choices.
20th Jan '17 2:35:36 AM Luppercus
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* Played with Becca in one episode of ''Series/LifeGoesOn'' when deciding several issues during the episode. The Bad Angel smokes and uses a black {{Stripperiffic}} attire, whilst the Good Angel uses glasses and is dress in white.
5th Dec '16 5:45:43 PM elemt
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* In ''Series/StudioC'' shoulder angels and devils are portrayed by full-size actors who have to awkwardly clamber up the person they're counseling so they can sit on a shoulder. Then sometimes they have to switch to a different person.
18th Nov '16 1:30:46 PM KnightSpark
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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': At a Halloween party Barney (dressed as a devil) and another guest (dressed as an angel) argue about whether Ted should urinate from the roof... at least until the angel asks Ted and Barney for marijuana.

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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': At a Halloween party Barney (dressed as a devil) and another guest (dressed as an angel) argue about whether or not Ted should urinate from the roof... at least until the angel asks Ted and Barney for marijuana.
18th Nov '16 1:30:12 PM KnightSpark
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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': At a Halloween party Barney (dressed as a devil) and another guest (dressed as an angel) argue about whether Ted should urinate from the roof... at least until the angel asks Ted and Barney for marijuana. Barney (in the the devil costume) tells the other guest to go to Hell.

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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': At a Halloween party Barney (dressed as a devil) and another guest (dressed as an angel) argue about whether Ted should urinate from the roof... at least until the angel asks Ted and Barney for marijuana. Barney (in the the devil costume) tells the other guest to go to Hell.
18th Nov '16 1:28:56 PM KnightSpark
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* ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' has Ned trying to decide whether to cheat on a history test -- and miniature versions of Benedict Arnold and Abe Lincoln stand on his shoulders to argue the case. (Arnold's argument quickly devolves into crude jokes about how ugly Abe's hat is.) This was a result of a machine designed to put information from his history book directly into his brain blowing up. In a later episode he talks about the machine, saying something along the lines of "That thing brainwashed me. Now whenever I have a moral dilemma, Abe Lincoln and Benedict Arnold appear on my shoulders."

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* ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' has Ned trying to decide whether or not to cheat on a history test -- and miniature versions of Benedict Arnold and Abe Abraham Lincoln stand on his shoulders to argue the case. (Arnold's argument quickly devolves into crude jokes about how ugly Abe's hat is.) This was a result of a machine designed to put information from his history book directly into his brain blowing up. In a later episode he talks about the machine, saying something along the lines of "That of:
-->'''Ned''': That
thing brainwashed me. Now whenever I have a moral dilemma, Abe Lincoln and Benedict Arnold appear on my shoulders."
26th Oct '16 7:39:32 PM somebob
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* In the "Can't Spy Me Love" episode of ''Series/TheThundermans'', Phoebe is torn about whether to use a superhero app to find a boy she had a crush on. She had good and bad angels discussing it on the counter with both agreeing to do it. Bad Angel then revealed that IT Phoebe already got everything ready.
23rd Apr '16 9:56:55 AM CallingAlameda
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* In the Uk run of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', Ryan Stiles has to act out both angel and devil roles for "host" Tony Slattery in "Party Quirks".

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* In the Uk run of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', Ryan Stiles Greg Proops has to act out both angel and devil roles for "host" Tony Slattery in "Party Quirks".
3rd Sep '15 9:07:04 AM JMQwilleran
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* In ''Series/ReadingRainbow'''s take on ''The Tortoise and the Hare'', this happens to Creator/LevarBurton as he struggles to pedal a bike up a hill in a race. The angel on the left wearing all white waves pom-poms and encourages him not give up and keep trying. The devil on the right, dressed in black and floating on a cloud of red, tells him to stop and smell the flowers and relax. When Levar rejects this idea, the angel gives a cheer of "L-E-V-A-R, pedal that bike and we'll go far!" The devil doesn't give up, though, telling him that by the time he gets up the hill, everyone else will have crossed the finish line. Levar rejects that too, saying that even if he loses, he'll feel like a winner for trying. The two later make a brief reappearance as Levar trains on an obstacle course. Once again, Levar listens to the angel. At the end, when Levar finishes the race, the angel tells him that he knew he could do it.

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* In ''Series/ReadingRainbow'''s take on ''The Tortoise and the Hare'', this happens to Creator/LevarBurton Creator/LeVarBurton as he struggles to pedal a bike up a hill in a race. The angel on the left wearing all white waves pom-poms and encourages him to not give up and keep trying. The devil on the right, dressed in black and floating on a cloud of red, tells him to stop and smell the flowers and relax. When Levar [=LeVar=] rejects this idea, the angel gives a cheer of "L-E-V-A-R, pedal that bike and we'll go far!" The devil doesn't give up, though, telling him that by the time he gets up the hill, everyone else will have crossed the finish line. Levar [=LeVar=] rejects that too, saying that even if he loses, he'll feel like a winner for trying. The two later make a brief reappearance as Levar [=LeVar=] trains on an obstacle course. Once again, Levar [=LeVar=] listens to the angel. At the end, when Levar [=LeVar=] finishes the race, the angel tells him that he knew he could do it.
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