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22nd Mar '18 5:56:23 AM Jeduthun
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See NightmareFetishist for the non-evil version.

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See NightmareFetishist for the non-evil version. \n May be seen as an exaggerated {{Subtrope}} of DeliberateValuesDissonance.
14th Mar '18 2:11:15 AM Andyroid
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* In one episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', they performed "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". The Muppet!Devil took offense when Kermit told him his performance was pretty good.

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* In one episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', they performed "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". The Muppet!Devil Muppet Devil took offense when Kermit told him his performance was pretty good."pretty good".



-->'''Boris:''' I got bad idea!\\

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-->'''Boris:''' --->'''Boris:''' I got bad idea!\\



* The trolls in the ChristmasSpecial ''The Little Troll Prince'' believe in this firmly. Their version of the Golden Rule is "do unto others before they do unto you", and the protagonist Prince Bu is a misfit for not being as mean and ugly as the other trolls.

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* The trolls in the ChristmasSpecial ''The Little Troll Prince'' believe in this firmly. Their firmly, with their version of the Golden Rule is going "do unto others before ''before'' they do unto you", and the you". The protagonist Prince Bu is a misfit for not being as mean and ugly as the other trolls.trolls, and his family is horrified to hear him say ''"Thank you"''.
13th Mar '18 12:25:18 AM PaulA
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* In ''The Darkside Detective'', this is a feature of the DarkWorld. At one point, a denizen of the Darkside temporarily trapped in the normal world tells [=McQueen=] that she's scared out of her wits because there are no {{Giant Flyer}}s swooping through the skies, nobody is being pursued by shadow-men, and "nothing, and I mean ''nothing'' is on fire!"

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* In ''The Darkside Detective'', ''VideoGame/TheDarksideDetective'', this is a feature of the DarkWorld. At one point, a denizen of the Darkside temporarily trapped in the normal world tells [=McQueen=] that she's scared out of her wits because there are no {{Giant Flyer}}s swooping through the skies, nobody is being pursued by shadow-men, and "nothing, and I mean ''nothing'' is on fire!"
13th Mar '18 12:24:27 AM PaulA
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* In ''The Darkside Detective'', this is a feature of the DarkWorld. At one point, a denizen of the Darkside temporarily trapped in the normal world tells [=McQueen=] that she's scared out of her wits because there are no {{Giant Flyer}}s swooping through the skies, nobody is being pursued by shadow-men, and "nothing, and I mean ''nothing'' is on fire!"
10th Mar '18 3:01:53 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In the climactic scene of ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate'', Satan tries to convince [[spoiler: his bastard son]] that [[GodIsEvil God is a hypocrite and a tyrant]] for giving humans free will and then punishing them when [[HumansAreFlawed they make the inevitable wrong moral choices]] - while Satan, on the other hand, is the true loving father-figure who accepts humans despite all their flaws and is willing to give them whatever they wish as long as they are loyal to him.

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* In the climactic scene of ''Film/TheDevilsAdvocate'', Satan tries to convince [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his bastard son]] that [[GodIsEvil God is a hypocrite and a tyrant]] for giving humans free will and then punishing them when [[HumansAreFlawed they make the inevitable wrong moral choices]] - -- while Satan, on the other hand, is the true loving father-figure who accepts humans despite all their flaws and is willing to give them whatever they wish as long as they are loyal to him.
7th Feb '18 1:29:46 AM jormis29
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* In Steno's much underrated comedy ''Dottor Jekyll e Gentile Signora'' the title character, a CorruptCorporateExecutive, is terrified about his recurring fits of good-heartedness, and is willing to drink the serum of his grandfather - the famous Dr. Jekyll - to become even more evil, than he already is. The whole management of the EvilInc in which he works proudly display titles of "rogue" "scoundrel" "son of a bitch" and the likes on the plates with their names (Btw. that's where the running gag from the Fantozzi series originates from - it first appeared in the third Fantozzi movie, realised a year after this one; the titles of Piermatteo Barambani are only a slight variation of the ones used in "Dottor Jekyll").

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* In Steno's much underrated comedy ''Dottor Jekyll e Gentile Signora'' the title character, a CorruptCorporateExecutive, is terrified about his recurring fits of good-heartedness, and is willing to drink the serum of his grandfather - the famous Dr. Jekyll - to become even more evil, than he already is. The whole management of the EvilInc in which he works proudly display titles of "rogue" "scoundrel" "son of a bitch" and the likes on the plates with their names (Btw. that's where the running gag from the Fantozzi ''Film/{{Fantozzi}}'' series originates from - it first appeared in the third Fantozzi movie, realised a year after this one; the titles of Piermatteo Barambani are only a slight variation of the ones used in "Dottor Jekyll").
25th Jan '18 5:38:32 PM FruityOatyBars
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*** The Jaegers, after all, do consider the evil Heterodynes to be "de '''fun''' vuns."
1st Jan '18 6:22:58 AM lillolillo
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* Franchise/{{Superman}}'s enemy Bizarro does this, but not on purpose. It's pathological for him.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}}'s enemy Bizarro SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}} does this, but not on purpose. It's pathological for him.


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** ''ComicBook/{{Bizarrogirl}}'' is also backwards, although she's a little smarter than most, however, and as fighting alongside ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} she learns the difference between saving lives and ending them.
15th Dec '17 5:10:09 PM Lopiny
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* In ''Videogame/{{Afterlife}}'', the effectiveness of your Hell decreases if you make it too convenient and efficient for the souls that go there. As your advisors point out, the strategies that make a Heaven successful generally don't apply in Hell. You'll quickly get to find this out when Wormwood berates you for making Hell's roads ''too'' straightforward and efficient rather than snarling them into a confusing mess, and it goes further from there.

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* In ''Videogame/{{Afterlife}}'', the effectiveness of your Hell decreases if you make it too convenient and efficient for the souls that go there. As your advisors point out, the strategies that make a Heaven successful generally don't apply in Hell. You'll quickly get to find this out when Wormwood Jasper berates you for making Hell's roads ''too'' straightforward and efficient rather than snarling them into a confusing mess, and it goes further from there.
15th Dec '17 4:57:44 PM Lopiny
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* In ''Videogame/{{Afterlife}}'', the effectiveness of your Hell decreases if you make it too convenient and efficient for the souls that go there. As your advisors point out, the strategies that make a Heaven successful generally don't apply in Hell.

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* In ''Videogame/{{Afterlife}}'', the effectiveness of your Hell decreases if you make it too convenient and efficient for the souls that go there. As your advisors point out, the strategies that make a Heaven successful generally don't apply in Hell. You'll quickly get to find this out when Wormwood berates you for making Hell's roads ''too'' straightforward and efficient rather than snarling them into a confusing mess, and it goes further from there.
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