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6th Dec '15 7:26:26 PM Ninja857142
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** From the same finale: [[spoiler:Azula's mind was [[VillainousBreakdown slowly broken]] over the course of a series of betrayals. First her brother, then her two closest "friends", and then finally her father's seeming ostracism. Indeed, the second betrayal was the worst, as Mai absolutely ''crushed'' Azula's entire world-view with a ''[[PowerOfLove single sentence]]''. At the last, when she had beaten her brother in a climactic duel, when she finally had the chance to punish her brother and restore some shred of order to her now chaotic world, she was defeated and humiliated. And who defeated one of the greatest Firebenders? Not a seasoned master of a bending art, who had studied for decades. Not by the Avatar himself. Not by a 12-year-old "Greatest Earthbender in the World." Not even by her own brother, whom she'd just defeated (admittedly by cheating). But by a Southern Water Tribe ''peasant'', who not a year earlier could barely bend a puddle of water. ''On the day of Sozin's Comet'' no less, when her firebending was magnified a hundred fold. In the end, Azula was hog-tied to a grating with chains, soaking wet and left to flail around impotently]].
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** From the same finale: [[spoiler:Azula's mind was [[VillainousBreakdown slowly broken]] over the course of a series of betrayals. First her brother, then her two closest "friends", and then finally her father's seeming ostracism. Indeed, the second betrayal was the worst, as Mai absolutely ''crushed'' Azula's entire world-view with a ''[[PowerOfLove single sentence]]''. At the last, when she had beaten struck down her brother in a climactic duel, when she finally had the chance to punish her brother and restore some shred of order to her now chaotic world, she was defeated and humiliated. And who defeated one of the greatest Firebenders? Not a seasoned master of a bending art, who had studied for decades. Not by the Avatar himself. Not by a 12-year-old "Greatest Earthbender in the World." Not even by her own brother, whom she'd just defeated (admittedly struck down [[CombatPragmatist by cheating).cheating]]. But by a Southern Water Tribe ''peasant'', who not a year earlier could barely bend a puddle of water. ''On the day of Sozin's Comet'' no less, when her firebending was magnified a hundred fold. In the end, Azula was hog-tied to a grating with chains, soaking wet and left to flail around impotently]].
1st Dec '15 6:38:53 AM Berrenta
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* [[TwoWords Five words]]: [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Eric Cartman]] and [[CrowningMomentofAwesome Scott Tenorman]].
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* [[TwoWords Five words]]: [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', there's Eric Cartman]] Cartman and [[CrowningMomentofAwesome Scott Tenorman]].
24th Nov '15 11:22:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''FriskyDingo'', BigBad [[spoiler:[[EvilChancellor Stan]]]] is forced at gunpoint to dance to disco music and shout "Master cylinder!" while wearing nothing but a tall-boy beer can covering his crotch and being pelted with sweatshop-made action figures of himself until he has a heart attack...only to be revived with a defibrillator [[labelnote:*]]''His weiner jumped!'' [[/labelnote]] and the process started anew.
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* In ''FriskyDingo'', ''WesternAnimation/FriskyDingo'', BigBad [[spoiler:[[EvilChancellor Stan]]]] is forced at gunpoint to dance to disco music and shout "Master cylinder!" while wearing nothing but a tall-boy beer can covering his crotch and being pelted with sweatshop-made action figures of himself until he has a heart attack...only to be revived with a defibrillator [[labelnote:*]]''His weiner jumped!'' [[/labelnote]] and the process started anew.

* In the last episode of ''CloneHigh'', this happens even more literally than the page header suggests. The villain, his plans collapsed and life at an end, convinces everyone to conga. [[spoiler: When they do, he sets them up to be cryogenically frozen, subverting the trope utterly.]] * The Australian cartoon series ''LittleElvisJonesAndTheTruckstoppers'' (about a redhaired child prodigy guitarist who was abandoned as a baby on a little town truckstop run by a pair of Elvis fanatics) finished with one of these for series villain W.C. Moore. [[spoiler: At the end of the first season, Moore ([[CorruptCorporateExecutive an ultra-greedy rich guy]]) discovers that a potential deposit of the mysterious mineral "[[GreenRocks Berkonium]]" exists under the town, and over the course of the second series he literally bankrupts himself trying to find it, and ends up losing the last thing of value he has, the deed that allows him to claim the money that the titular band earns, in a game of marbles. He ends up the indentured servant of his own former servant, Duncan, even wearing the same drab uniform... ''and'' with the same electric shock-delivering watch strapped to his wrist. ]]
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* In the last episode of ''CloneHigh'', ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'', this happens even more literally than the page header suggests. The villain, his plans collapsed and life at an end, convinces everyone to conga. [[spoiler: When they do, he sets them up to be cryogenically frozen, subverting the trope utterly.]] * The Australian cartoon series ''LittleElvisJonesAndTheTruckstoppers'' ''WesternAnimation/LittleElvisJonesAndTheTruckstoppers'' (about a redhaired child prodigy guitarist who was abandoned as a baby on a little town truckstop run by a pair of Elvis fanatics) finished with one of these for series villain W.C. Moore. [[spoiler: At the end of the first season, Moore ([[CorruptCorporateExecutive an ultra-greedy rich guy]]) discovers that a potential deposit of the mysterious mineral "[[GreenRocks Berkonium]]" exists under the town, and over the course of the second series he literally bankrupts himself trying to find it, and ends up losing the last thing of value he has, the deed that allows him to claim the money that the titular band earns, in a game of marbles. He ends up the indentured servant of his own former servant, Duncan, even wearing the same drab uniform... ''and'' with the same electric shock-delivering watch strapped to his wrist. ]]

* ''Wallace and Gromit'' - ''The Wrong Trousers'': After catching him, Wallace and Gromit have Feathers paraded into the police station, ShippedInShackles and towed by the same Techno Trousers he used in the robbery. He then gets imprisoned in a zoo, on display to everyone passing through the entrance. To add insult to injury, said display is shown inside a word balloon that reads "Welcome to the Zoo", [[{{Irony}} spoken by a smiling penguin]]!
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* ''Wallace and Gromit'' - ''The Wrong Trousers'': ''WesternAnimation/TheWrongTrousers'': After catching him, Wallace and Gromit have Feathers paraded into the police station, ShippedInShackles and towed by the same Techno Trousers he used in the robbery. He then gets imprisoned in a zoo, on display to everyone passing through the entrance. To add insult to injury, said display is shown inside a word balloon that reads "Welcome to the Zoo", [[{{Irony}} spoken by a smiling penguin]]!

* ''RegularShow'': In "Fortune Cookie" Rigby switches his bad luck with Benson's good luck by switching their fortune cookies, a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-AaXx11NpM montage]] shows Benson getting hit by one bad luck after another, with Benson getting badly beaten up and losing everything, even losing the park to a warlock.
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* ''RegularShow'': ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'': In "Fortune Cookie" Rigby switches his bad luck with Benson's good luck by switching their fortune cookies, a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-AaXx11NpM montage]] shows Benson getting hit by one bad luck after another, with Benson getting badly beaten up and losing everything, even losing the park to a warlock.

* This happens to Squidward several times in ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', but especially after TheMovie. Plankton and even Spongebob himself have also been subject to this.
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* This happens to Squidward several times in ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', but especially after TheMovie. Plankton and even Spongebob himself have also been subject to this.

* In the Dreamworks Film "RiseOfTheGuardians" Pitch Black not only discovers that the hero he [[DisneyDeath killed]] is revived and so powerful he gets his ass totally whooped, but also he gains his power from the fear of children, whom emboldened by The Guardians are not only not afraid of him, but even start pelting snowballs at him, then realizing he has no power left he becomes scared, which his own minions sense and HeelFaceTurn on him.
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* In the Dreamworks Film "RiseOfTheGuardians" "WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians" Pitch Black not only discovers that the hero he [[DisneyDeath killed]] is revived and so powerful he gets his ass totally whooped, but also he gains his power from the fear of children, whom emboldened by The Guardians are not only not afraid of him, but even start pelting snowballs at him, then realizing he has no power left he becomes scared, which his own minions sense and HeelFaceTurn on him.
25th Oct '15 3:22:22 PM MHarrington
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*** In ''Disney/MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.
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*** In ''Disney/MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" sign smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.
25th Oct '15 3:18:59 PM MHarrington
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*** In ''MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.
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*** In ''MovingDay'', ''Disney/MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.

*** This happens to Pete in the climax for ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceAndThePauper'', when the Prince exposes him as a treasonous usurper.
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*** This happens to Pete in the climax for ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceAndThePauper'', ''Disney/ThePrinceAndThePauper'', when the Prince exposes him as a treasonous usurper.
25th Oct '15 3:16:35 PM MHarrington
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*** In ''MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreaksdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.
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*** In ''MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreaksdown [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.

* ''Wallace and Gromit'' - ''The Wrong Trousers'': After catching him, Wallace and Gromit have Feathers paraded into the police station, ShippedInShackles and towed by the same Techno Trousers he used in the robbery. He then gets imprisoned in a zoo, on display to everyone passing through the entrance.
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* ''Wallace and Gromit'' - ''The Wrong Trousers'': After catching him, Wallace and Gromit have Feathers paraded into the police station, ShippedInShackles and towed by the same Techno Trousers he used in the robbery. He then gets imprisoned in a zoo, on display to everyone passing through the entrance. To add insult to injury, said display is shown inside a word balloon that reads "Welcome to the Zoo", [[{{Irony}} spoken by a smiling penguin]]!
25th Oct '15 3:14:54 PM MHarrington
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** ''101 Dalmations'' sneaks in a classic example: after the Badduns ram her into the ditch, you see Cruella bursting into [[VillainousBreakdown tears of rage]] amid the parts of their wrecked vehicles while Jasper snarls "Ah, shaddap!" The scene then changes to Roger and Anita listening to his song [[TheVillainSucksSong "Cruella De Vil"]] on the radio. After he turns it off, Anita remarks that the song was his "first big hit" which "made more money than [they] had ever dreamed of."
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** ''101 Dalmations'' sneaks in a classic example: after the Badduns ram her into the ditch, you see Cruella bursting into [[VillainousBreakdown tears of rage]] amid the parts of their wrecked vehicles while Jasper snarls [[BigShutUp "Ah, shaddap!" shaddap!"]] The scene then changes to Roger and Anita listening to his song [[TheVillainSucksSong "Cruella De Vil"]] on the radio. After he turns it off, Anita remarks that the song was his "first big hit" which "made more money than [they] had ever dreamed of."

** ''101 Dalmations'' sneaks At the end of ''Disney/TheAristocats'', the evil butler Edgar while attempting to lock Duchess and her kittens in a classic example: crate bound for Timbuktu, is attacked by Thomas O'Malley and his alley cat gang, who then proceed to release Duchess and the kittens from the crate, then shove Edgar into the crate instead, before finally pushing the crate out the door just in time for the movers to come pick it up and take it away. *** He also suffers one of these every time he encounters Napoleon and Lafayette. ** Let's not forget Captain Hook in the animated version of ''Disney/PeterPan'', especially at the climax. ("I'M A CODFISH!") ** This happened A LOT to the old Disney ruffian [[{{Pete}} Peg-Leg Pete]]. A few examples: *** In ''MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreaksdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense. *** This is pretty much the basis of another Mickey short, ''The Worm Turns'', in which Mickey creates a courage building formula designed [[TheHunterBecomesTheHunted to turn the food chain on its head]]. Mickey uses this on a fly, turning it against a spider. He then uses it on an actual mouse (!), turning it against a cat. Said cat, after escaping the mouse, runs afoul of [[PlutoThePup Pluto]], and Mickey uses the formula on the cat, turning it on Pluto. After escaping from the cat, Pluto runs into a murderous dog catcher, played by Pete, who tries to kill Pluto on the spot with a shotgun after the Badduns ram her into dog resists him. Luckily, Mickey is there to douse his pet with the ditch, you see Cruella bursting into [[VillainousBreakdown tears of rage]] amid courage builder, and Pluto takes the parts of their wrecked vehicles while Jasper snarls "Ah, shaddap!" The scene then changes opportunity to Roger and Anita listening give Pete what for. And boy, does he ever! *** This happens to his song [[TheVillainSucksSong "Cruella De Vil"]] on Pete in the radio. After climax for ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceAndThePauper'', when the Prince exposes him as a treasonous usurper. *** Pete also suffered from this in ''WesternAnimation/GetAHorse'', when he turns it off, Anita remarks learns that as [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou the song was his "first big hit" which "made more money than [they] had ever dreamed of."fourth wall does not protect Mickey, neither does the movie screen protect Pete]].

* At the end of ''Disney/TheAristocats'', the evil butler Edgar while attempting to lock Duchess and her kittens in a crate bound for Timbuktu, is attacked by Thomas O'Malley and his alley cat gang, who then proceed to release Duchess and the kittens from the crate, then shove Edgar into the crate instead, before finally pushing the crate out the door just in time for the movers to come pick it up and take it away. ** He also suffers one of these every time he encounters Napoleon and Lafayette.

* Let's not forget Captain Hook in the animated version of ''Disney/PeterPan'', especially at the climax. ("I'M A CODFISH!")
18th Oct '15 4:31:04 PM nombretomado
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* At the ending of the ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "A Made Up Story," after managing to beat the villain Blossom then brags about her being the leader means she's always one step ahead of everything. She then slips on a puddle of mud, which causes her to stumble into a can of red paint that blinds her, which in turn makes her crash into a bag of flour that pours all over her, and finally crashes into a box of Styrofoam that gets stuck to her face.
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* At the ending of the ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "A Made Up Story," after managing to beat the villain Blossom then brags about her being the leader means she's always one step ahead of everything. She then slips on a puddle of mud, which causes her to stumble into a can of red paint that blinds her, which in turn makes her crash into a bag of flour that pours all over her, and finally crashes into a box of Styrofoam that gets stuck to her face.
18th Aug '15 6:59:07 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* This frequently happens to [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Wile E. Coyote]] in [[RoadRunnerVsCoyote the Road-Runner cartoons]]. Example: in ''Zoom And Bored'' the Coyote fired a harpoon gun at the Road-Runner, only to have his foot snagged by the harpoon cable. He ended up being dragged behind the harpoon along an asphalt highway, through a drainage tube and across [[AllDesertsHaveCacti a field of cacti]], until the harpoon embedded itself directly above a train-tunnel entrance. As he slowly swung down into the tunnel, the Coyote was pushed out by an oncoming train, with his hands still on the harpoon cable, so he ended up swinging to a cliff above the tunnel. His feet finally on solid ground, a relieved Coyote stood gasping for air, as the Road-Runner appeared behind him, preparing to "beep-beep" the Coyote off of the cliff ''[[RunningGag again!]]''. After a beat, the Road-Runner held up a sign reading, "I just don't have the heart." and zipped off, ending the cartoon.
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* This frequently happens to [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Wile E. Coyote]] in [[RoadRunnerVsCoyote the Road-Runner cartoons]]. Example: in ''Zoom And Bored'' the Coyote fired a harpoon gun at the Road-Runner, only to have his foot snagged by the harpoon cable. He ended up being dragged behind the harpoon along an asphalt highway, through a drainage tube and across [[AllDesertsHaveCacti a field of cacti]], until the harpoon embedded itself directly above a train-tunnel entrance. As he slowly swung down into the tunnel, the Coyote was pushed out by an oncoming train, with his hands still on the harpoon cable, so he ended up swinging to a cliff above the tunnel. His feet finally on solid ground, a relieved Coyote stood gasping for air, as the Road-Runner appeared behind him, preparing to "beep-beep" the Coyote off of the cliff ''[[RunningGag again!]]''. After a beat, the Road-Runner held up a sign reading, "I just don't have the heart." and zipped off, ending the cartoon.
28th Apr '15 3:13:17 PM ritzoreo
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* Cobra Commander gets nothing but this trope in ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeTheMovie''. Not only he starts getting it from the very fisrt minutes of the film, but he's not even the main villain on this one!
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