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18th Jul '16 11:26:33 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** One episode where Peter is running a bakery, a woman comes in several times to get a sample of a cookie but not buy anything, and Peter starts to get annoyed:
-->'''Woman:''' Ooh, I'm so bad...
-->'''Peter:''' You gonna buy a cookie this time?
-->'''Woman:''' Ooh, I'd better just stick with a sample. I'm so bad... but at least I know I'm bad, which makes me a little better. Or ''worse''.
-->''(Cut off as Peter clocks her with a cookie tray.)''
18th Jul '16 7:36:50 AM nighttrainfm
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* Davros inflicted this trope upon the Doctor in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Journey's End". Yes, it is true that Davros created the Daleks, ultimate xenophobes whose only instructions are to exterminate everything different. But can the Doctor be so high and mighty? He's killed too- committed genocide, in fact! And to bring the point home, he points out how he has changed his many companions into soldiers, all willing to kill in his name. Of course, the difference is that Davros acts only out of a desire for power - the Doctor and his companions always have good intentions at heart.

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* Davros inflicted this trope upon the Doctor in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Journey's End". Yes, it is true that Davros created the Daleks, ultimate xenophobes whose only instructions are to exterminate everything different. But can the Doctor be so high and mighty? He's killed too- committed genocide, in fact! And to bring the point home, he points out how he has changed his many companions into soldiers, all willing to kill in his name. Of course, the difference is that Davros acts only out of a desire for power - the Doctor and his companions always have good intentions at heart.''Series/DoctorWho'':


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** Davros attempts to inflict this on the Doctor in "Journey's End", comparing his ultra-xenophobic creations (the Daleks) to the Doctor's companions, who are threatening to sacrifice the Earth to save reality from the Daleks. The Doctor is too depressed to offer a rebuttal, but the difference is that Davros acts only out of a desire for power - the Doctor and his companions always have good intentions at heart.
16th Jul '16 10:06:13 AM ironballs16
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* During one of the most-quoted tirades delivered in ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke'', Character/TheJoker chastises Batman for not admitting to his particular insanity.

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* During one of the most-quoted tirades delivered in ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke'', Character/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker chastises Batman for not admitting to his particular insanity.
16th Jul '16 10:00:17 AM ironballs16
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* During one of the most-quoted tirades delivered in ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke'', Character/TheJoker chastises Batman for not admitting to his particular insanity.
19th Jun '16 8:11:07 PM nombretomado
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** the second is in ''{{Thunderbolts}}'' #149, during the ComicBook/{{Shadowland}} crossover:

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** the second is in ''{{Thunderbolts}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'' #149, during the ComicBook/{{Shadowland}} crossover:
15th Jun '16 5:40:33 PM fdsa1234567890
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* In ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' Root is this, that while she does horrible things, she has no problem admitting what she does. She feels that some people are just bad code that need to be corrected.
31st May '16 7:15:39 AM Allronix
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* The sequel ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', has this line of thought showing up ''everywhere''. Republic-aligned characters will usually have it thrown at them. If you're playing a Sith, especially a light-aligned Sith, you hand it out like Halloween candy.
24th May '16 6:31:11 PM erraticegomania
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* In ''Literature/{{Twig}}'', Sylvester has an example of this trope after several of his hostages (wealthy young members of the aristocracy) see him have Mary poison a socialite, and call him a monster.
-->''Iím a monster that knows exactly what he is. Youíre three monsters who pretend not to see. When and if things get ugly, I want you to remember, the ugliness youíre seeing has been ongoing, affecting the poor, the people who you and your families stepped on to get here.''
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21st May '16 4:09:06 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''Bad to the Bone'': Francesca Wells is a [[EvilIsSexy beautiful]], {{blonde|sAreEvil}} {{teen|sAreMonsters}}ager whose sole goal in life is to [[GoldDigger screw (and screw over) as many wealthy men as possible]], and [[BlackWidow she doesn't balk at resorting to murder to get what she wants, either]]. Through it all, her one virtue is that at least she is aware of her depraved and degraded nature and will own up to it on occasion.

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* ''Bad to the Bone'': Francesca Wells is a [[EvilIsSexy beautiful]], {{blonde|sAreEvil}} {{teen|sAreMonsters}}ager whose sole goal in life is to [[GoldDigger screw (and screw over) as many wealthy men as possible]], and [[BlackWidow she doesn't balk at resorting to murder to get what she wants, either]]. Through it all, her one virtue is that at least she is aware of her depraved and degraded nature and will own up to it on occasion.
16th May '16 9:00:36 AM Doug86
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's Literature/ConanTheBarbarian story "Literature/RoguesInTheHouse," Murilo does this on Conan's behalf.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's Literature/ConanTheBarbarian Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian story "Literature/RoguesInTheHouse," Murilo does this on Conan's behalf.
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