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31st May '16 11:21:17 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Sideways in ''Anime/TransformersArmada,'' not aided by a shaky, rushed translation. [[spoiler: He's an Autobot. No, a Decepticon posing as an Autobot. No, he just wants the Mini-cons for himself. No, he's working for Unicron. No, he ''is'' part of Unicron.]] And then he returns in ''TransformersCybertron'' to do it all over again [[spoiler: with a yet different final goal]].

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* Sideways in ''Anime/TransformersArmada,'' not aided by a shaky, rushed translation. [[spoiler: He's an Autobot. No, a Decepticon posing as an Autobot. No, he just wants the Mini-cons for himself. No, he's working for Unicron. No, he ''is'' part of Unicron.]] And then he returns in ''TransformersCybertron'' ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' to do it all over again [[spoiler: with a yet different final goal]].
30th May '16 8:46:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Sideways in ''TransformersArmada,'' not aided by a shaky, rushed translation. [[spoiler: He's an Autobot. No, a Decepticon posing as an Autobot. No, he just wants the Mini-cons for himself. No, he's working for Unicron. No, he ''is'' part of Unicron.]] And then he returns in ''TransformersCybertron'' to do it all over again [[spoiler: with a yet different final goal]].

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* Sideways in ''TransformersArmada,'' ''Anime/TransformersArmada,'' not aided by a shaky, rushed translation. [[spoiler: He's an Autobot. No, a Decepticon posing as an Autobot. No, he just wants the Mini-cons for himself. No, he's working for Unicron. No, he ''is'' part of Unicron.]] And then he returns in ''TransformersCybertron'' to do it all over again [[spoiler: with a yet different final goal]].
25th May '16 8:18:21 PM Beiahnu
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* Agent Shigeki Arakawa from the JGSDF in ''[[Anime/Patlabor Patlabor 2]]'' is working for the government [[spoiler:while supposedly working with Tsuge, while supposedly working with Gotoh, while trying to appear innocent of Tsuge's terrorist acts as to avoid repercussions. It doesn't work for him, as he overplays Gotoh]]

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* Agent Shigeki Arakawa from the JGSDF in ''[[Anime/Patlabor ''[[{{Anime/Patlabor}} Patlabor 2]]'' is working for the government [[spoiler:while supposedly working with Tsuge, while supposedly working with Gotoh, while trying to appear innocent of Tsuge's terrorist acts as to avoid repercussions. It doesn't work for him, as he overplays Gotoh]]
25th May '16 8:17:46 PM Beiahnu
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* Agent Shigeki Arakawa from the JGSDF in ''[[Anime/Patlabor Patlabor 2]]'' is working for the government [[spoiler:while supposedly working with Tsuge, while supposedly working with Gotoh, while trying to appear innocent of Tsuge's terrorist acts as to avoid repercussions. It doesn't work for him, as he overplays Gotoh]]
25th May '16 5:19:44 AM DaibhidC
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** Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': The two-part episode "Gambit" had both Picard and Riker captured by a group of artifact smugglers, and they pretend to work for them to investigate what they're really up to. Furthermore, Picard and Riker have to pretend to hate each other for this to work (the group's boss dislikes Picard, so Picard disliking Riker would hopefully make the boss take Riker into his confidence). Throw in a half dozen other crew members, each with their own personal loyalties and it starts to get very confusing. This is even lampshaded in the episode by Picard:

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** Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': The two-part episode "Gambit" had both Picard and Riker captured by a group of artifact smugglers, and they pretend to work for them to investigate what they're really up to. Furthermore, Picard and Riker have to pretend to hate each other for this to work (the group's boss dislikes Picard, so Picard disliking Riker would hopefully make the boss take Riker into his confidence). Throw in a half dozen other crew members, each with their own personal loyalties and it starts to get very confusing. This is even lampshaded in the episode by Picard:
25th May '16 4:38:03 AM DaibhidC
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-->'''Meisner''': You chose the wrong side, Sean.
-->'''Renard''': I never choose sides. You shouldn't either.
23rd May '16 6:00:01 PM AutumnLeaves
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* Nowak in ''Film/{{The Inquest of Pilot Pirx}}'' is [[spoiler:a robot who works for no one but himself and pretends to be a human who for humanity's sake pretends to be a robot who works for no one but himself]].
27th Apr '16 8:11:50 AM DaibhidC
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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a member of a so-far unknown Wesen royal family. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]] Keep in mind that this is all ''on top of'' being a police officer and Nick's boss, which usually means having to cover up when Nick's actions are more Grimm than cop.

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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a member half-Wesen estranged son of a so-far unknown Wesen royal family.the Royals. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]] Keep in mind that this is all ''on top of'' being a police officer and Nick's boss, which usually means having to cover up when Nick's actions are more Grimm than cop.
27th Apr '16 8:11:03 AM DaibhidC
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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a member of a so-far unknown Wesen royal family. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]]

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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a member of a so-far unknown Wesen royal family. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]]]] Keep in mind that this is all ''on top of'' being a police officer and Nick's boss, which usually means having to cover up when Nick's actions are more Grimm than cop.
27th Apr '16 8:09:29 AM DaibhidC
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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a member of a so-far unknown Wesen royal family. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either.

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* ''Series/{{Grimm}}'' has Captain Renard, a member of a so-far unknown Wesen royal family. Every single faction he has contacted so far has assumed he's working for some other side. And his actions really aren't helping us decide either. Then in season 5 [[spoiler: he gets recruited by the Wesen supremacist group Black Claw, unless he's just stringing them along to entrap them, or to get his daughter back, or for some other reason.]]
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