History KarmaHoudini / LiveActionTV

5th Oct '17 9:52:00 AM Nadim
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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from them, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott free.

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** Barney is the biggest examples.example. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from them, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott free.
5th Oct '17 9:51:01 AM Nadim
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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott free.

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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, them, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott free.
5th Oct '17 9:49:25 AM Nadim
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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott free

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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott freefree.
19th Sep '17 10:36:20 PM MM_Crusader
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** Rachel actions ranges from revealing embarrassing secrets about Ross, ruining many of his relationships, stealing Monica's car, getting caught for driving over the speed limit and with an expired license, preventing Chandler and Monica from celebrating a romantic weekend, punching one of Joey's girlfriends and many more. Despite this, she rarely receives any punishment (aside from being embarassed) and by the end of the series, she is the most successful person among the main casts.

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** Rachel actions ranges from revealing embarrassing secrets about Ross, ruining many of his relationships, stealing Monica's car, getting caught for driving over the speed limit and with an expired license, breaking Joey's chair, preventing Chandler and Monica from celebrating a romantic weekend, punching one of Joey's girlfriends and many more. Despite this, she rarely receives any punishment (aside from being embarassed) embarrassed) and by the end of the series, she is the most successful person among the main casts.
5th Sep '17 12:56:03 AM Nadim
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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott-free

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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott-freescott free
5th Sep '17 12:49:26 AM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{ANT Farm}}'': Lexi on a few occasions such as having Fletcher sabotage Chyna's performance with Jared knowing it would be too obvious if she did it herself.
** Cameron once scared Olive with a fake story about a ghost haunting her locker to keep her away from him. When he is caught in the lie, he was not punished at all.


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** Barney is the biggest examples. He does horrible things to woman all the time (lying to them, abandoning them, never calling them again, stealing from thim, etc.) and always gets away with his actions scott-free
16th Aug '17 3:31:05 PM ANTMuddle
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** And then it's ''completely subverted'': [[spoiler: his best friend Shane kills his own wife, son and himself. Vic's wife cuts her own deal to get away from him, filing for divorce and making it clear Vic will never see their children again. And Vic discovers that rather than back on the streets, his job is nothing but an office drone, pushing pencils with his supervisor breathing down his neck every single day for three years (after which he can never be held accountable for his crimes) and quite obviously goading him into doing something to break the deal and get sent right to jail. And if, by some miracle, Vic does last the three years? Then the FBI is going to cut him loose with his record known to one and all, and thus no law enforcement agency is going to touch such an infamously {{dirty cop}} ever again. The show ends with Vic, the master of Karma Houdini, stuck in his own private IronicHell.]]

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** And then it's ''completely subverted'': [[spoiler: his best friend Shane kills his own wife, son and himself. Vic's wife cuts her own deal to get away from him, filing for divorce and making it clear Vic will never see their children again. And Vic discovers that rather than instead of being back on the streets, streets in the thick of the action, Vic learns that his job new "job" is nothing but actually ''probation'' as an office drone, pushing pencils with his supervisor new boss breathing down his neck every single day for three years (after which he can never be held accountable for his crimes) the immunity deal becomes irrevocable) and quite obviously goading him into doing something to break the deal and get sent right to jail. And if, by some miracle, Vic does last complete the three years? probation? Then the FBI is going to cut him loose loose, with his record known to one and all, and thus no law enforcement agency is going to touch dare accept such an infamously {{dirty cop}} ever again. The show ends with Vic, the master of Karma Houdini, stuck in his own private IronicHell. On his own.]]
30th Jul '17 1:11:18 AM ShorinBJ
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** The subspace aliens in "Schisms" get no comeuppance for abducting and performing inhumane experiments on numerous members of the ''Enterprise'' crew.
18th Jul '17 7:30:27 AM Gojirob
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* In 1968-1970 western drama Here Come The Brides, the Christmas episode had a couple of innocent but frustrating ones. When a baby is set to be born to a couple who have suffered through a couple of crib deaths, two young girls in the town become concerned because they believe a baby born on Christmas will suffer and die by Easter, just like Jesus did. With this InsaneTrollLogic under their belt, they kidnap the newborn and attempt to smuggle it to San Francisco (the show was set in Seattle) where the grownups won't know he's a Christmas baby. In the end, they are convinced the grownups are actually worried about the baby, and so swap it out with the statue of the infant Jesus from the Church Nativity display, where it is found and returned to its parents. When the epilogue comes, the girls are standing smiling by the baby's crib, and the mother even asks them to train the baby's father in changing the diapers, which they did while they had you know, STOLEN her child? The parents were grieving; the townsfolk were spooked and shaken, with even the rational protagonist wondering if this was a sign to give up on the then-growing town, with his usual antagonist urging calm, despite his stake in seeing the protagonists fail. Yet for all this, there is no scene or mention of the girls being punished or chastised or even corrected on their unique interpretation of gospel.
29th Jun '17 2:16:14 PM jjjj2
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* ''Series/TheWire'' seems to be 50/50 with its Karma victims. While the above is probably the best example for the series, there are numerous other complete ''bastards'' (criminal or otherwise) who get away scot free. Life goes on, presumably is the message.

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* ''Series/TheWire'' seems to be 50/50 with its Karma victims. While the above is below are probably the best example for the series, there are numerous other complete ''bastards'' (criminal or otherwise) who get away scot free. Life goes on, presumably is the message.
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