History HeelFaceRevolvingDoor / LiveActionTV

3rd Nov '17 9:42:00 AM PistolsAtDawn
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* Multiple characters per series in every American SoapOpera, ever.
30th Oct '17 8:21:42 AM moto12
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* Sean, Tanya's boyfriend in ''Series/PowerRagnersZeo''is like this. In his first episode, Tanya finds out that he stole the answers for an upcoming math test. But she is able to talk him out of cheating and it looks like they will make a good couple. That is until Sean's next episode, where Tanya joins him on the school baseball team, due to her having a great throwing arm, which makes Sean feel threatened and he starts giving Tanya negative feedback. Even after the team wins a game at the end of the episode, Sean is still negative towards Tanya, saying that she almost blew it for them and that they won the game by luck. It's here that Tanya decides that she's had enough and breaks up with Sean.

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* Sean, Tanya's boyfriend in ''Series/PowerRagnersZeo''is ''Series/PowerRangersZeo'' is like this. In his first episode, Tanya finds out that he stole the answers for an upcoming math test. But she is able to talk him out of cheating and it looks like they will make a good couple. That is until Sean's next episode, where Tanya joins him on the school baseball team, due to her having a great throwing arm, which makes Sean feel threatened and he starts giving Tanya negative feedback. Even after the team wins a game at the end of the episode, Sean is still negative towards Tanya, saying that she almost blew it for them and that they won the game by luck. It's here that Tanya decides that she's had enough and breaks up with Sean.
30th Oct '17 8:20:46 AM moto12
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* Sean, Tanya's boyfriend in ''Series/PowerRagnersZeo''is like this. In his first episode, Tanya finds out that he stole the answers for an upcoming math test. But she is able to talk him out of cheating and it looks like they will make a good couple. That is until Sean's next episode, where Tanya joins him on the school baseball team, due to her having a great throwing arm, which makes Sean feel threatened and he starts giving Tanya negative feedback. Even after the team wins a game at the end of the episode, Sean is still negative towards Tanya, saying that she almost blew it for them and that they won the game by luck. It's here that Tanya decides that she's had enough and breaks up with Sean.
11th Oct '17 10:38:03 PM fairlyfelonious
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* ''Series/WhiteCollar'': Downplayed trope. While not evil, [[ConMan Neal Caffrey]] is still a criminal on work release who doesn't always know if he wants to go straight, and struggles with obeying the law even when he wants to. He starts out the series not wanting to run from the law anymore but not truly reformed, gradually decides he wants to go straight, becomes convinced that he isn't capable of being anything but a criminal, and then [[spoiler: either ends up [[RecruitingTheCriminal consulting on security]] or becoming a thief again, depending on your interpretation of the evidence Peter finds at the end of the series finale.]]

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* ''Series/WhiteCollar'': Downplayed trope. While not evil, [[ConMan Neal Neal]] [[GentlemanThief Caffrey]] is still a criminal on work release who doesn't always know if he wants to go straight, and struggles with obeying the law even when he wants to. He starts out the series not wanting to run from the law anymore but not truly reformed, gradually decides he wants to go straight, becomes convinced that [[ThenLetMeBeEvil he isn't capable of being anything but a criminal, criminal]], and then [[spoiler: either ends up [[RecruitingTheCriminal [[HeelFaceTurn consulting on museum security]] or [[RedemptionFailure becoming a thief again, again]], depending on your interpretation of the evidence Peter finds at the end of the series finale.]]]]
11th Oct '17 10:09:22 PM fairlyfelonious
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* ''Series/WhiteCollar'': Downplayed trope. While not evil, [[ConMan Neal Caffrey]] is still a criminal on work release who doesn't always know if he wants to go straight, and struggles with obeying the law even when he wants to. He starts out the series not wanting to run from the law anymore but not truly reformed, gradually decides he wants to go straight, becomes convinced that he isn't capable of being anything but a criminal, then [[spoiler: either ends up [[RecruitingTheCriminal consulting on security]] or becoming a thief again, depending on your interpretation of the series finale.]]

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* ''Series/WhiteCollar'': Downplayed trope. While not evil, [[ConMan Neal Caffrey]] is still a criminal on work release who doesn't always know if he wants to go straight, and struggles with obeying the law even when he wants to. He starts out the series not wanting to run from the law anymore but not truly reformed, gradually decides he wants to go straight, becomes convinced that he isn't capable of being anything but a criminal, and then [[spoiler: either ends up [[RecruitingTheCriminal consulting on security]] or becoming a thief again, depending on your interpretation of the evidence Peter finds at the end of the series finale.]]
11th Oct '17 10:03:17 PM fairlyfelonious
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* ''Series/WhiteCollar'': Downplayed trope. While not evil, [[ConMan Neal Caffrey]] is still a criminal on work release who doesn't always know if he wants to go straight, and struggles with obeying the law even when he wants to. He starts out the series not wanting to run from the law anymore but not truly reformed, gradually decides he wants to go straight, becomes convinced that he isn't capable of being anything but a criminal, then [[spoiler: either ends up [[RecruitingTheCriminal consulting on security]] or becoming a thief again, depending on your interpretation of the series finale.]]
11th Sep '17 12:49:50 AM Nadim
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* Gunther and Tinka on ''Series/{{Shake It Up}}''.
11th Aug '17 11:12:05 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Jaime's morality has been a roller-coaster over the course of the series.
10th May '17 7:59:09 PM Linda58
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** He's topped however by Sark, who describes himself as having "flexible loyalties" and in the finale outright states he doesn't care who's side he's on, as long as its the winning side.
10th May '17 7:55:25 PM Linda58
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** As it turns out [[spoiler:the good guy's she's taking volkoff off from the inside]]

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** As it turns out [[spoiler:the good guy's side, she's taking volkoff off Volkoff down from the inside]]



** [[spoiler: Regina]] enters the revolving door in Season 2, desperately trying anything to win back [[spoiler: her surrogate son]]. Howewer, as of the Season 4 finale, she is undeniably a hero now.

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** [[spoiler: Regina]] enters the revolving door in Season 2, desperately trying anything to win back [[spoiler: her surrogate son]].son]] only to constantly be met with obstacles and [[ReformedButRejected scorn]]. In the Season 2 finale, she firmly commits to the Heroes side, but spends a good portion of Season 3 as the TokenEvilTeammate and TheFriendNobodyLikes. Howewer, as of the Season 4 finale, she is undeniably a hero now.
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