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20th Sep '17 5:45:15 PM SuperSonicHeroes
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* In ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'': After Robin and Poison Ivy share a kiss and Ivy reveals her true colors to Robin, expecting him to die, Robin reveals that he was wearing rubber lips and is therefore immune to her deadly kiss. However, he does this by ''taking off the lips'' while laying right next to Ivy, there faces still only inches apart, instead of leaving them on and tackling her when she doesn't expect it. He leaves himself wide open and is shoved away by Ivy and almost drowns.
** Poison Ivy doesn't do much better for her part. After realizing Robin has tricked her she stares in shock for a moment and angrily shoves Robin off her throne and into the lily pond to have her vines drown him. She does this instead of simply grabbing Robin and forcing a second kiss on him that would have guaranteed his death. Instead she leaves him to drown and taunts him as if she's breaking up with him over a bad kiss. Robin ends up surviving and know nows what Freeze is planning thanks to Ivy.
16th Sep '17 12:04:39 AM Discar
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* ''Anime/KillLaKill'': [[spoiler:Satsuki's main reason for destroying Nudest Beach's home base was to remove stragglers from her upcoming assault on Ragyo, stating that any group which cannot defeat her Life Fiber-enhanced army would be useless against Ragyo and COVERS. Not only does her rebellion fail in epic proportions, but she later discovers that Nudest Beach had a secondary base on standby, and it plays a major roll in Ragyo's downfall.]]

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* ''Anime/KillLaKill'': [[spoiler:Satsuki's main reason for destroying Nudest Nudist Beach's home base was to remove stragglers from her upcoming assault on Ragyo, stating that any group which cannot defeat her Life Fiber-enhanced army would be useless against Ragyo and COVERS. Not only does her rebellion fail in epic proportions, but she later discovers that Nudest Nudist Beach had a secondary base on standby, and it plays a major roll role in Ragyo's downfall.]]
15th Sep '17 1:50:10 PM EnigmusPrime
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*** Cae in point: One episode had Randy exposing McFist as the CorruptCorporateExecutive that he is. Unfortunately, this meant that, [[SlaveToPR without having to constantly look good in front of the public]], McFist was free to [[LetsGetDangerous no longer hold back]].

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*** Cae Case in point: One episode had Randy exposing McFist [=McFist=] as the CorruptCorporateExecutive that he is. Unfortunately, this meant that, [[SlaveToPR without having to constantly look good in front of the public]], McFist [=McFist=] was free to [[LetsGetDangerous no longer hold back]].
15th Sep '17 1:48:10 PM EnigmusPrime
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3 Citadel DLC'', Shepard is targeted by someone who wants to be Shepard. [[ButtMonkey No, not Conrad]]; it turns out a plan to KillAndReplace Shepard [[spoiler:by a Shepard clone]]. Turns out, they're a BadBoss, worse than pure renegade Shepard and a xenophobe. If the idea is to become the legend, then they'd need to gain crew loyalty for the suicide mission and follow the paragon path Shepard had--only to find out that they're hosed upon learning that Shepard's love interest is an alien. This is consistently lampshaded, with Shepard noting that a good friend and contact such as Admiral Hackett won't be fooled for a minute.

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**[[spoiler: Ghetsis's whole reason for forming [[AnimalWrongsGroup Team Plasma]] was so he could con trainers into releasing their Pokemon so he could be the strongest trainer by default. However, as [[https://youtu.be/ixiPtjRBbrA#t=2m59s Dr. Crafty]] notes, the whole scheme falls apart when one realizes that Ghetsis never took into account the possibility of people buying pokeballs and going out to capture ''new'' Pokemon to train and kicking his ass.]]
* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3 Citadel DLC'', Shepard is targeted by someone who wants to be Shepard. [[ButtMonkey No, not Conrad]]; it turns out to be a plan to KillAndReplace Shepard [[spoiler:by a Shepard clone]]. Turns out, they're a BadBoss, worse than pure renegade Shepard and a xenophobe. If the idea is to become the legend, then they'd need to gain crew loyalty for the suicide mission and follow the paragon path Shepard had--only to find out that they're hosed upon learning that Shepard's love interest is an alien. This is consistently lampshaded, with Shepard noting that a good friend and contact such as Admiral Hackett won't be fooled for a minute.


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*** At the end, when Cinch threatens to bring accusations of CHS cheating to the school board, it's pointed out that, given that the basis of the accusation is "they used magic", [[CassandraTruth there's no way they'll believe her]].


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*** Cae in point: One episode had Randy exposing McFist as the CorruptCorporateExecutive that he is. Unfortunately, this meant that, [[SlaveToPR without having to constantly look good in front of the public]], McFist was free to [[LetsGetDangerous no longer hold back]].
14th Sep '17 12:08:34 AM TheSinful
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** Another noblewoman reveals at a state dinner that the woman Sylvanas is possessing is actually half-elf in an attempt to sway King Wrynn away from her. Sylvanas calmly points out that not only would he obviously already know from his own spies, but that Varian considers a Blood Elf to be his best friends, so the noblewoman revealing such only implies she's trying to paint the king as both ignorant and bigoted.
13th Sep '17 1:38:04 AM Faolin
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'', Marco suspects that the school guidance counselor might be working for Star's demon ex-boyfriend, [[CrazyJealousGuy Tom]]. In hopes of tricking Tom into revealing himself, Marco goes back to the guidance counselor and lies about making out with Star. An enraged Tom reveals himself immediately. Marco has just enough time to start congratulating himself before he is dragged off to Tom's hell dimension for [[MurderTheHypotenuse torture and execution.]] Whoops.


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13th Sep '17 12:49:26 AM TheSinful
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* [[Videogame/WorldOfWarcraft Sylvanas Windrunner]] possesses a comatose noblewoman in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6063072/3/Lady-and-King Lady and King]]'' to infiltrate Stormwind and learn their military secrets. During an attempted assassination against her, a young adventurer takes a blow meant for Sylvanas but is fatally poisoned. Just before he loses consciousness to the seemingly incurable poison, Sylvanas reveals her true identity. When an offhand comment by her causes the lad to be sent to the druids and cured, she realizes how badly she's jeopardized her mission; fortunately, the extensive damage cost the adventurer the last several weeks of his memory.
10th Sep '17 11:46:23 AM Robbyn
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* During the Civil War arc, Jennifer Walters was outed as ComicBook/SheHulk (again) by a New Warriors hate site. On the way into her office through an angry mob to help some former New Warriors keep their identities hidden from the public, one of the mob recognized her, grabbing her by the arm and ripping her shirt, proudly exclaiming "I've got She-Hulk!" Jen shifted and hoisted the guy up by his lapels.

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* During the Civil War ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' arc, Jennifer Walters was outed as ComicBook/SheHulk (again) by a New Warriors hate site. On the way into her office through an angry mob to help some former New Warriors keep their identities hidden from the public, one of the mob recognized her, grabbing her by the arm and ripping her shirt, proudly exclaiming "I've got She-Hulk!" Jen shifted and hoisted the guy up by his lapels.
8th Sep '17 11:48:32 AM nm3youtube
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*** Murdering his father, stepmother and younger brother to become head of House Bolton and Warden of the North has two major problems. First, Roose had been able uphold the Boltons' dominion over the North despite Ramsay's impulses due to his pragmatism and political savvy in maintaining the support of the Lannisters and the Northern houses, qualities that Ramsay lacks. Second, killing Walda ruined the Boltons alliance with the Freys, who control one of the most vital routes in and out of the North, and at a time when the Boltons are in desperate need of allies. Come the very next episode and we already see the start of issues. Smalljon Umber points out that not only did Roose betray his king, but now that Ramsay killed his family its clear to everyone that the Boltons spit on oaths and honor in the face of opportunity. The result is that the Umbers refuse to pledge fealty, are openly disrespectful, and House Bolton's hold on the North is shakier than ever.
*** This is what finally seals his downfall in "Battle of the Bastards". Ordering his archers to fire on the clashing Stark and Bolton cavalry regardless of losses on their side means he has few troops to counterattack when Littlefinger arrives with fresh reinforcements from the Vale. He also did not anticipate a giant to break Winterfell's gate when he hunkers down for a siege. Finally, when Sansa lets Ramsay's hunting dogs into his cell, she reminds him that he had not fed his hounds in over a week, a result of Ramsay deliberately starving them so that he could feed Sansa's older brother Jon to them, and they are very, ''very'' hungry...

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*** Murdering his father, stepmother and younger brother to become head of House Bolton and Warden of the North has two three major problems. First, Roose had been able uphold the Boltons' dominion over the North despite Ramsay's impulses due to his pragmatism and political savvy in maintaining the support of the Lannisters and the Northern houses, qualities that Ramsay lacks. Second, killing Walda ruined the Boltons Boltons' alliance with the Freys, who control one of the most vital routes in and out of the North, and at a time when the Boltons are in desperate need of allies. Come the very next episode and we already see the start of issues. Smalljon Umber points out that not only did Roose betray his king, but now that Ramsay killed his family its clear to everyone that the Boltons spit on oaths and honor in the face of opportunity. The result is that the Umbers refuse to pledge fealty, are openly disrespectful, and House Bolton's hold on the North is shakier than ever.
ever. And third, he doesn't have an heir, so if he dies before producing one, House Bolton is extinct and it's his own damn fault.
*** This is what finally seals his downfall in "Battle of the Bastards". Ordering his archers to fire on the clashing Stark and Bolton cavalry regardless of losses on their side means he has few troops to counterattack when Littlefinger arrives with fresh reinforcements from the Vale. He also did not anticipate a giant to break Winterfell's gate when he hunkers down for a siege. Finally, when Sansa lets Ramsay's hunting dogs into his cell, she reminds him that he had not fed his hounds in over a week, a result of Ramsay deliberately starving them so that he could feed Sansa's older brother Jon to them, and they are very, ''very'' hungry... Also, you know how House Bolton would be extinct if he died without producing an heir ''because of his own badly thought out, selfish actions''? Well, he died before producing an heir.
2nd Sep '17 3:43:33 PM cherrychels
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'''Cersei:''' You're a man of action, aren't you? When it occurs to you to do something you do it. Never mind the consequences.\\

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'''Cersei:''' ---->'''Cersei:''' You're a man of action, aren't you? When it occurs to you to do something you do it. Never mind the consequences.\\ \\



---> '''Tyrion:''' Flee, you idiot.

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---> ----> '''Tyrion:''' Flee, you idiot.
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