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** Cersei and Joffrey both deceive Sansa with this in Season 1.

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** Cersei and Joffrey both deceive Sansa with this in Season 1. Later, Joffrey again pretends to be a decent guy for Margaery.
7th Feb '18 11:16:53 AM AdelePotter
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* ''Film/TragedyGirls'': Sadie and [=McKayla=] are charming, intelligent, popular students... who are also remorseless {{Serial Killer}}s, and a huge danger to everyone around them.
2nd Feb '18 7:10:16 PM nombretomado
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%%* Dre from NoahsArc. It takes a full season for the bitchiness to reveal itself, but when it does...

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%%* Dre from NoahsArc.''Series/NoahsArc''. It takes a full season for the bitchiness to reveal itself, but when it does...
1st Feb '18 7:12:37 PM Mdjj1996
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1st Feb '18 5:42:32 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''Series/DeusSalveORei'': Princess Catarina of Artena puts on the PrincessClassic facade, but she is actually an ambitious, militaristic WarHawk that wants to expand her kingdom's domain even further and is also a rotten person to the core saying she will not be "weak and soft" like her father [[TheGoodKing King Augusto]], whom is painfully aware of her nature and tries to set her right.
26th Jan '18 9:56:39 AM Patrickov
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* ''Anime/OsomatsuSan'': The show is rather populated with these, including:
** Todomatsu, the youngest of the Sextuplets, who looks cute but is a SocialClimber.
** Totoko, the lead female character which the Sextuplets fawns over. The same goes for Nyaa Hashimoto, her arch-nemesis.
** Hatabou, despite looking naive and childish, cares little about the well-being of others if they are not his "friends".
** Dayon, despite being a friend (maybe more) of Dekapan, constantly incriminates or (in at least two occassions) even kills Dekapan wherever he likes it.
16th Jan '18 7:21:51 PM Dragonking56
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** Ditto for [[EldritchAbomination Bill Cipher]], who may seem chummy and [[FauxAffablyEvil affable]], but is really a murderous PsychopathicManchild of a RealityWarper.
13th Jan '18 7:14:03 PM jormis29
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* ''Film/{{Predators}}'' has a Franchise/{{Predator}} clan putting on a planet [[WorldOfBadass a mercenary, a Israel Defense Force hitwoman, a Spetznaz commando, an African death squad trooper, a Mexican drug cartel enforcer, a death row criminal]]... and a doctor. Played by [[Series/That70sShow Topher Grace]]. [[spoiler:Who turns out to be a serial killer.]]

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* ''Film/{{Predators}}'' has a Franchise/{{Predator}} clan putting on a planet [[WorldOfBadass a mercenary, a Israel Defense Force hitwoman, a Spetznaz commando, an African death squad trooper, a Mexican drug cartel enforcer, a death row criminal]]... and a doctor. Played by [[Series/That70sShow Topher Grace]].Creator/TopherGrace. [[spoiler:Who turns out to be a serial killer.]]
12th Jan '18 6:55:54 PM TheLuckyCat
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* [[spoiler: Mika]] in ''Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend'' pretends to be best friends with the insecure, awkward Riiko, then deliberately goes out of her way to date every boy Riiko has a crush on. When she tries to seduce Night and fails, she tells Night's fanclub he and Riiko are dating so that the girls attack her and then she finally drops the "sheep" part and cruelly tells Riiko they were ''never'' friends, capping it off by literally throwing Riiko's friendship bracelet back in her face. All the more jarring because aside from [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech a calling out from Night]], [[KarmaHoudini she's never really punished for this.]]
10th Jan '18 5:40:56 PM merotoker
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* Zange from ''Manga/{{Kannagi}}''.

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* %%* Zange from ''Manga/{{Kannagi}}''.



* Tsuzuki from ''Manga/PrivatePrince'', aka Miyako's first boyfriend who started out acting super kind to her, [[spoiler: but only used her to make his own research better. And later comes back to her life and tries to use her ''again''.]] [[spoiler: Untypically for this kind for character, he gets better]].

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* Tsuzuki from ''Manga/PrivatePrince'', aka Miyako's first boyfriend who started out acting super kind to her, [[spoiler: but only used her to make his own research better. And later comes back to her life and tries to use her ''again''.]] [[spoiler: Untypically for this kind for character, he gets better]].



* Captain Shears in the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' comic "Farewell, Beloved Falco" - Shears, a military officer on Titania, tells Fox that he needs help combating remnants of Andross's army who are planning a counterattack. [[spoiler: In fact, Shears is trying to re-build Andross and is trying to fool Fox into attacking Falco and his group]]

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* Captain Shears in the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' comic "Farewell, Beloved Falco" - Shears, a military officer on Titania, tells Fox that he needs help combating remnants of Andross's army who are planning a counterattack. [[spoiler: In fact, Shears is trying to re-build Andross and is trying to fool Fox into attacking Falco and his group]]group.]]



* In ''Manga/{{Bakuman}}'', [[spoiler:[[SmugSnake Toru]] [[JerkAss Nanamine]]]] acts polite and cheerful around the editors, apologizing for publishing his oneshot online after it got passed over for an award, and the main characters note that he seems somehow overly polite. When he's alone with the main characters, though, he reveals that he has nothing but contempt for editors, who he views as outsiders who know nothing about manga. He keeps up his persona around his editor until he reveals that he is corresponding with 50 people online for ideas, and, while [[BreakingLecture taking advantage of his editor's lack of confidence and need to get a series]], threatens to go elsewhere if his editor doesn't go along with what he does as the 51st person.

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* In ''Manga/{{Bakuman}}'', [[spoiler:[[SmugSnake Toru]] [[JerkAss Nanamine]]]] acts polite and cheerful around the editors, apologizing for publishing his oneshot online after it got passed over for an award, and the main characters note that he seems somehow overly polite. When he's alone with the main characters, though, he reveals that he has nothing but contempt for editors, who he views as outsiders who know nothing about manga. He keeps up his persona around his editor until he reveals that he is corresponding with 50 people online for ideas, and, while [[BreakingLecture [[BreakThemByTalking taking advantage of his editor's lack of confidence and need to get a series]], threatens to go elsewhere if his editor doesn't go along with what he does as the 51st person.



** And then there's [[spoiler:Pudding, who was originally introduced as the WhiteSheep in Big Mom's family, only to turn out to be a MasterActor who is just as cruel as her mother.]]

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** And then there's [[spoiler:Pudding, who was originally introduced as the WhiteSheep in Big Mom's family, only to turn out to be a MasterActor who is just as cruel as her mother.]] mother]].



* [[spoiler:Camilo]] from ''Anime/RomeoXJuliet''. He seems to be a nice man and a good friend for Conrad, but he really turns out to be a SmugSnake, once he showed his true colors [[spoiler:by giving information on the Capulets' hideout towards the Montagues.]]

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* [[spoiler:Camilo]] from ''Anime/RomeoXJuliet''. He seems to be a nice man and a good friend for Conrad, but he really turns out to be a SmugSnake, once he showed his true colors [[spoiler:by giving information on the Capulets' hideout towards the Montagues.]]Montagues]].



* At his very worst, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} of the ComicBook/XMen (or at least a DarkerAndEdgier AntiHero in TheCape's clothing), in contrast to JerkWithAHeartOfGold ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}. Ignoring the complicated mess that is his love life, Cyclops tries to project the image of a wise and noble leader for mutants to admire while keeping dirty secrets from his teammates, such as the existence of ComicBook/XForce, his personal mutant kill-squad. This is after he kicked Professor Xavier out of his own home because he kept secrets from Cyclops. To be absolutely fair to Scott, he really thinks all of this is necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind after the various disasters of the past few years -- and he might be right. Still, at one point, Wolverine, X-Force's field leader, reminds Cyclops that his hands are just as dirty as any member of X-Force's, since Cyclops organized X-Force in the first place and gave them their orders.
** Keep in mind, for most of his decades-long existence, Cyclops has always been TheHero and a straitlaced example of a boy scout and a Cape, essentially the mutant version of Superman and Captain America. Even then, many people disliked him, simply because he was an authority figure contrasted with fan-favorite Wolverine, and also because Cyclops' relationship with Jean Grey stood in the way of their preferred ship. Back then, he was called a "jerk". With the new millenium, creators took a hotly debated decision to turn him towards a darker path, being the person burdened first with the continued mission of the X-Men, then with the survival of the mutant race after they were nearly wiped out. While this led him to make difficult choices, fans debate that while Scott's actions are sometimes questionable, Wolverine can be seen as hypocritical when he takes an attitude of anti-violence, repulsion to killing, and reluctance to getting mutant teens involved, since Wolverine is notorious for his blood lust, penchant for violence and for always having a kid-sidekick, such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Armor and X-23.

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* At his very worst, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} of the ComicBook/XMen (or at least a DarkerAndEdgier AntiHero in TheCape's clothing), in contrast to JerkWithAHeartOfGold ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}.Franchise/{{Wolverine}}. Ignoring the complicated mess that is his love life, Cyclops tries to project the image of a wise and noble leader for mutants to admire while keeping dirty secrets from his teammates, such as the existence of ComicBook/XForce, his personal mutant kill-squad. This is after he kicked Professor Xavier out of his own home because he kept secrets from Cyclops. To be absolutely fair to Scott, he really thinks all of this is necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind after the various disasters of the past few years -- and he might be right. Still, at one point, Wolverine, X-Force's field leader, reminds Cyclops that his hands are just as dirty as any member of X-Force's, since Cyclops organized X-Force in the first place and gave them their orders.
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Keep in mind, for most of his decades-long existence, Cyclops has always been TheHero and a straitlaced example of a boy scout and a Cape, essentially the mutant version of Superman and Captain America. Even then, many people disliked him, simply because he was an authority figure contrasted with fan-favorite Wolverine, and also because Cyclops' relationship with Jean Grey stood in the way of their preferred ship. Back then, he was called a "jerk". With the new millenium, creators took a hotly debated decision to turn him towards a darker path, being the person burdened first with the continued mission of the X-Men, then with the survival of the mutant race after they were nearly wiped out. While this led him to make difficult choices, fans debate that while Scott's actions are sometimes questionable, Wolverine can be seen as hypocritical when he takes an attitude of anti-violence, repulsion to killing, and reluctance to getting mutant teens involved, since Wolverine is notorious for his blood lust, penchant for violence and for always having a kid-sidekick, such as Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, Armor and X-23.



* In ''Fanfic/ATriangleInTheStars'', Bill Cipher puts on an air, sometimes thin, of friendliness and innocence, moreso for Steven, only letting his true colors slip occasionally, and his hidden plan is to [[spoiler: backstab everyone he can string along when his powers get restored.]]

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* In ''Fanfic/ATriangleInTheStars'', Bill Cipher puts on an air, sometimes thin, of friendliness and innocence, moreso for Steven, only letting his true colors slip occasionally, and his hidden plan is to [[spoiler: backstab everyone he can string along when his powers get restored.]]restored]].



* Emma Hunter of ''[[https://pastebin.com/y3Jiduy0 Lincoln Learns]][[https://pastebin.com/ZcRx1NKf The Hard Way]]'' comes off as sweet and friendly with a soft spot for babies when [[WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse Lincoln]] meets her in the park. But in reality [[spoiler: she fully intends on having sex with the 11-year-old, willingly or not. And Lincoln's not the first kid she's tried it with.]]

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* Emma Hunter of ''[[https://pastebin.com/y3Jiduy0 Lincoln Learns]][[https://pastebin.com/ZcRx1NKf The Hard Way]]'' comes off as sweet and friendly with a soft spot for babies when [[WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse Lincoln]] meets her in the park. But in reality [[spoiler: she fully intends on having sex with the 11-year-old, willingly or not. And Lincoln's not the first kid she's tried it with.]]with]].



* Lola the GoldDigger lion fish from ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale''. She dismisses Oscar calling him "cute but a nobody." When Oscar becomes famous, Lola starts dating him much to Angie's jealousy and dismay. After Oscar finishes a sharkslayer stunt, Lola swims up to the cameras and [[ForcefulKiss forcefully kisses]] him, causing Angie to leave in jealousy anger and sadness. Once Angie confesses Oscar her feelings for him, Oscar rethinks his feelings and dumps Lola--which unfortunately, [[spoiler: leads to her great anger as she mercilessly slams him against the windows. Lola then crosses the MoralEventHorizon by arranging Don Lino to kidnap Angie in demand of Oscar's obedience even gleefully Angie's life to do so]].

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* Lola the GoldDigger lion fish from ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale''. She dismisses Oscar calling him "cute but a nobody." When Oscar becomes famous, Lola starts dating him much to Angie's jealousy and dismay. After Oscar finishes a sharkslayer stunt, Lola swims up to the cameras and [[ForcefulKiss forcefully kisses]] him, causing Angie to leave in jealousy anger and sadness. Once Angie confesses to Oscar her feelings for him, Oscar rethinks his feelings and dumps Lola--which unfortunately, [[spoiler: leads to her great anger as she mercilessly slams him against the windows. Lola then crosses the MoralEventHorizon by arranging for Don Lino to kidnap Angie in demand of Oscar's obedience even gleefully threatening Angie's life to do so]].



* ''Film/MeanGirls''.

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* ''Film/MeanGirls''. ''Film/MeanGirls'':



* Macy in ''Film/TrickRTreat''. Actually, many characters in ''Film/TrickRTreat''.

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* %%* Macy in ''Film/TrickRTreat''. Actually, many characters in ''Film/TrickRTreat''.



* Eve Harrington in ''Film/AllAboutEve''.

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* %%* Eve Harrington in ''Film/AllAboutEve''.



* Lady Lucy Fitzmartin in ''Literature/ThePearlandtheCarnelian''. She is a dainty, sophisticated young lady, who is always NiceToTheWaiter. She is also an ardent {{Blackshirt}}, dreaming of a fascist coup in Britain. She generally tries to avoid collateral damage, but her reasons for it are usually [[PragmaticVillain pragmatic]].

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* Lady Lucy Fitzmartin in ''Literature/ThePearlandtheCarnelian''. She is a dainty, sophisticated young lady, who is always NiceToTheWaiter. She is also an ardent {{Blackshirt}}, dreaming of a fascist coup in Britain. She generally tries to avoid collateral damage, but her reasons for it are usually [[PragmaticVillain pragmatic]].{{pragmatic|Villainy}}.



* ''Series/RobinHood''

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* ''Series/RobinHood'' ''Series/RobinHood'':



* ''[[Series/BeverlyHills90210 90210]]''

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* ''[[Series/BeverlyHills90210 90210]]''90210]]'':



* Athena in the ''VideoGame/{{God of War series}}''. She plays TheMentor role for most of the first game, [[spoiler:and in the third, though posthumously, only to reveal her true nature after Zeus is killed. When Kratos sacrifices himself to release Hope to all of humanity, Athena wails, "You fool! That was supposed to go to '''me!''' The mortals won't know what to do with it!"]]

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* Athena in the ''VideoGame/{{God of War series}}''. She plays TheMentor [[MentorArchetype The Mentor]] role for most of the first game, [[spoiler:and in the third, though posthumously, only to reveal her true nature after Zeus is killed. When Kratos sacrifices himself to release Hope to all of humanity, Athena wails, "You fool! That was supposed to go to '''me!''' The mortals won't know what to do with it!"]]



** [[spoiler:Izanami]] might be a more subtle example. [[spoiler:She's a goddess who gives people incredible power and sits back as two of them endanger the lives of innocent people, and ultimately ends up trying to kill you.]] Her disguise? [[spoiler:An androgynous, and relatively friendly gas station attendant.]]

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** [[spoiler:Izanami]] might be a more subtle example. [[spoiler:She's a goddess who gives people incredible power and sits back as two of them endanger the lives of innocent people, and ultimately ends up trying to kill you.]] you]]. Her disguise? [[spoiler:An androgynous, and relatively friendly gas station attendant.]]



* [[spoiler: Jane]] from season two of ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead''. At first [[spoiler: she]] appears cold and aloof, but slowly warms up to Clementine, becoming something of a [[spoiler: big sister to her]]. [[spoiler: She's]] also one of the most level headed and experienced members of the group, who eventually [[spoiler: [[DefrostingIceQueen defrosts, becoming a valued ally.]]]] However, once episode five rolls round, [[spoiler: she]] deliberately provokes [[spoiler: Kenny]] into a heated fight by [[spoiler: taunting him about his dead family,]] then [[spoiler: hiding the newly born AJ in sub-zero temperatures and leading him to believed that he'd died.]] In one scenario, this causes Clementine to [[spoiler: [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Kenny.]]]] And all of this happens because [[spoiler: Jane wanted Clementine all to herself]].
** Season Three has [[spoiler:Joan, one of the leaders of the New Frontier. On the surface, she appears as a kindly old lady who bakes cakes in her spare time and is unaware of the crimes committed by those under her. In reality, she's a ruthless monster who organized raids on peaceful settlements, usurped control from David, and justifies her crimes by saying that she didn't want to lose anyone else after their last bad winter. She even almost sounds sarcastic when "apologizing" to David for being responsible for his daughter's murder.]]

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* [[spoiler: Jane]] from season two of ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead''. At first [[spoiler: she]] appears cold and aloof, but slowly warms up to Clementine, becoming something of a [[spoiler: big sister to her]]. [[spoiler: She's]] also one of the most level headed and experienced members of the group, who eventually [[spoiler: [[DefrostingIceQueen defrosts, becoming a valued ally.]]]] However, once episode five rolls round, [[spoiler: she]] deliberately provokes [[spoiler: Kenny]] into a heated fight by [[spoiler: taunting him about his dead family,]] then [[spoiler: hiding the newly born AJ in sub-zero temperatures and leading him to believed that he'd died.]] In one scenario, this causes Clementine to [[spoiler: [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Kenny.]]]] Kenny]]]]. And all of this happens because [[spoiler: Jane wanted Clementine all to herself]].
** Season Three has [[spoiler:Joan, one of the leaders of the New Frontier. On the surface, she appears as a kindly old lady who bakes cakes in her spare time and is unaware of the crimes committed by those under her. In reality, she's a ruthless monster who organized raids on peaceful settlements, usurped control from David, and justifies her crimes by saying that she didn't want to lose anyone else after their last bad winter. She even almost sounds sarcastic when "apologizing" to David for being responsible for his daughter's murder.]]murder]].



* Lois in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' definitely falls here in the episodes where David Zuckerman isn't involved. Granted, she is a sensible person and the usual voice of reason, but really get her going and she can do some rather questionable things and not bat an eyelash. Can't even get the courage up to say "I Love You" to her daughter [[ButtMonkey Meg]] (she merely mumbles it) on her ''wedding day, no less''. Lampshaded in one episode where she is described as "more of a bitch than she lets on."

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
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Lois in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' definitely falls here in the episodes where David Zuckerman isn't involved. Granted, she is a sensible person and the usual voice of reason, but really get her going and she can do some rather questionable things and not bat an eyelash. Can't even get the courage up to say "I Love You" to her daughter [[ButtMonkey Meg]] (she merely mumbles it) on her ''wedding day, no less''. Lampshaded in one episode where she is described as "more of a bitch than she lets on."



* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Navy is this in the episode Room for Ruby, pretending at first to want to join the Crystal Gems, and then ultimately ditching them once they let her see her old ship.
** When Steven asks why she didn't just steal the ship in the first place, she tells him she wanted to ''see the look on their faces'' when she got the ship back, and delights in the fact that she tricked them, all with the same soft voice she always uses.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Navy is this in the episode Room for Ruby, pretending at first to want to join the Crystal Gems, and then ultimately ditching them once they let her see her old ship. \n** When Steven asks why she didn't just steal the ship in the first place, she tells him she wanted to ''see the look on their faces'' when she got the ship back, and delights in the fact that she tricked them, all with the same soft voice she always uses.
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