History Main / FaceHeelDoubleTurn

23rd Mar '16 9:02:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''CoronationStreet'' had an interesting case when Gail was mistakenly convicted for murdering her husband (he died naturally) and her son David was on her side (face) while her stepdaughter Tina believed Gail had actually killed her father (heel). After the story was over and she apologised to Gail, Tina began a relationship with Graeme (David's best friend) and became more sympathetic (face turn) while David opposed the relationship and tried to split them up (heel turn).

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* ''CoronationStreet'' ''Series/CoronationStreet'' had an interesting case when Gail was mistakenly convicted for murdering her husband (he died naturally) and her son David was on her side (face) while her stepdaughter Tina believed Gail had actually killed her father (heel). After the story was over and she apologised to Gail, Tina began a relationship with Graeme (David's best friend) and became more sympathetic (face turn) while David opposed the relationship and tried to split them up (heel turn).
18th Mar '16 8:16:34 AM 313Bluestreak
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* A lesser known example would involve Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, who were heels, and the team of Wrestling/{{Test}} and Albert (T&A) along with their manager Wrestling/TrishStratus, who were faces, reversing roles during their feud, with fans being very supportive of Trish getting powerbombed through a table at Backlash 2000.

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* A lesser known example would involve Wrestling/TheDudleyBoys, who were heels, and the team of Wrestling/{{Test}} and Albert (T&A) along with their manager Wrestling/TrishStratus, who were faces, reversing roles during their feud, with fans being very supportive of Trish getting powerbombed through a table at [[Wrestling/{{Backlash}} Backlash 2000.2000]].
9th Feb '16 8:56:31 AM SomeoneElse17
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* Wrestling/AustinAries sided with his corrupt boss Dixie Carter against Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s new investor Wrestling/{{M|ontelVontaviousPorter}}VP, who was a much more {{reasonable authority figure}}. After MVP got rid of Dixie's involvement in wrestling relations though, he became a {{bad boss}} {{drunk with power}} after he saw Don Sterling lose his NBA franchise and decided his position wasn't secure enough. Aries kept opposing MVP, and became a face by default.

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* Wrestling/AustinAries and Wrestling/BobbyRoode sided with his their corrupt boss Dixie Carter against Wrestling/{{TNA}}'s new investor Wrestling/{{M|ontelVontaviousPorter}}VP, who was a much more {{reasonable authority figure}}. After MVP got rid of Dixie's involvement in wrestling relations though, he became a {{bad boss}} {{drunk with power}} after he saw Don Sterling lose his NBA franchise and decided his position wasn't secure enough. Aries and Roode kept opposing MVP, and became a face faces by default.
9th Feb '16 8:54:52 AM SomeoneElse17
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* On Bound for Glory 10.10.10., Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/JeffJarrett, Wrestling/JeffHardy, and Wrestling/EricBischoff all turned heel together revealing themselves and Abyss to have conspired together to wrest control of Wrestling/{{TNA}} from Dixie Carter, naming their subsequent group Immortal. Suddenly the deception that Wrestling/{{Sting}}, Wrestling/KevinNash, and D'Angelo Dinero were talking about when they were rabble-rousing against Hogan and Wrestling/EricBischoff made perfect sense.

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* On Bound for Glory 10.10.10., Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/JeffJarrett, Wrestling/JeffHardy, and Wrestling/EricBischoff all turned heel together revealing themselves and Abyss to have conspired together to wrest control of Wrestling/{{TNA}} from Dixie Carter, naming their subsequent group Immortal. Suddenly the deception that Wrestling/{{Sting}}, Wrestling/KevinNash, and D'Angelo Dinero were talking about when they were rabble-rousing against Hogan and Wrestling/EricBischoff Bischoff made perfect sense.
7th Feb '16 12:47:33 PM FordPrefect
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* In ''Film/SpyKids'', Floop is supposed to be the villain, but near the end of the film he for some reason actually turns to the side of Juni and Carmen Cortez, while at the same time, his [[TheDragon Dragon,]] Alexander Minion actually becomes the new BigBad.

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* In ''Film/SpyKids'', Floop is supposed to be the villain, but near the end of the film he for some reason actually turns to the side of Juni and Carmen Cortez, while at the same time, his [[TheDragon Dragon,]] Alexander Minion Minion, actually becomes the new BigBad.
25th Dec '15 8:26:12 PM DeckardCanine
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* In "Film/WitnessForTheProsecution" the third act reveals that [[spoiler: Christine was actually protecting Leonard, who was guilty after all.]]

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* In "Film/WitnessForTheProsecution" ''Film/WitnessForTheProsecution'' the third act reveals that [[spoiler: Christine was actually protecting Leonard, who was guilty after all.]]
1st Nov '15 4:45:57 PM XenusOregard
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* ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' follows the RedHerring example above. Sirius Black is, for most of the book, presented as an evil mass murderer who [[spoiler: betrayed Harry's parents]] and murdered his childhood friend Peter Pettigrew. Then comes TheReveal that [[spoiler: Peter betrayed Harry's parents and framed Sirius, and that the latter was in fact trying to protect him]].

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* ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' follows the RedHerring example above. Sirius Black is, for most of the book, presented as an evil mass murderer who [[spoiler: betrayed Harry's parents]] and murdered his childhood friend Peter Pettigrew. Then comes TheReveal that [[spoiler: Peter betrayed Harry's parents and framed Sirius, and that the latter was in fact trying to protect him]].Harry]].
9th Oct '15 12:10:18 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/{{CMLL}} set up a [[HumiliatingWager revelos suicidas]] between two teams of rivals at their 80th anniversary show, which lead to La Sombra and Volador Jr getting XpacHeat when they lost to Atlantis and Último Guerrero, as the latter had a longer, more heated feud and fans [[ReplacementScrappy were more interested in seeing them]] in the resulting Lucha de Apuestas for their masks. However, Volador Jr was already a rudo, so booing hardly affected him and fans felt sympathy for him after he was forced to unmask, leading to him becoming a tecnico, while La Sombra became more violent and short tempered as a result of being booed at the biggest show of the year, becoming a rudo.

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* Wrestling/{{CMLL}} set up a [[HumiliatingWager revelos suicidas]] between two teams of rivals at their 80th anniversary show, which lead to La Sombra and Volador Jr getting XpacHeat when they lost to Atlantis and Último Guerrero, as the latter had a longer, more heated feud and fans [[ReplacementScrappy were more interested in seeing them]] in the resulting Lucha de Apuestas for their masks. However, Volador Jr was already a rudo, so booing hardly affected him and fans felt sympathy for him after he was forced to unmask, leading to him becoming a tecnico, while La Sombra became more violent and short tempered as a result of being booed at the biggest show of the year, becoming a rudo.rudo([{{tweener}} sort of]]).
8th Oct '15 10:48:21 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/{{CMLL}} set up a [[HumiliatingWager revelos suicidas]] between two teams of rivals at their 80th anniversary show, which lead to La Sombra and Volador Jr getting XpacHeat when they lost to Atlantis and Último Guerrero, as the latter had a longer, more heated feud and fans [[ReplacementScrappy were more interested in seeing them]] in the resulting [[DramaticUnmasking mask vs mask]] Lucha de Apuestas. However, Volador Jr was already a rudo, so booing hardly affected him and fans felt sympathy for him after he was forced to unmask, leading to him becoming a tecnico, while La Sombra became more violent and short tempered as a result of being booed at the biggest show of the year, becoming a rudo.

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* Wrestling/{{CMLL}} set up a [[HumiliatingWager revelos suicidas]] between two teams of rivals at their 80th anniversary show, which lead to La Sombra and Volador Jr getting XpacHeat when they lost to Atlantis and Último Guerrero, as the latter had a longer, more heated feud and fans [[ReplacementScrappy were more interested in seeing them]] in the resulting [[DramaticUnmasking mask vs mask]] Lucha de Apuestas.Apuestas for their masks. However, Volador Jr was already a rudo, so booing hardly affected him and fans felt sympathy for him after he was forced to unmask, leading to him becoming a tecnico, while La Sombra became more violent and short tempered as a result of being booed at the biggest show of the year, becoming a rudo.
8th Oct '15 10:46:28 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/{{CMLL}} set up a [[HumiliatingWager revelos suicidas]] between two teams of rivals at their 80th anniversary show, which lead to La Sombra and Volador Jr getting XpacHeat when they lost to Atlantis and Último Guerrero, as the latter had a longer, more heated feud and fans [[ReplacementScrappy were more interested in seeing them]] in the resulting [[DramaticUnmasking mask vs mask]] Lucha de Apuestas. However, Volador Jr was already a rudo, so booing hardly affected him and fans felt sympathy for him after he was forced to unmask, leading to him becoming a tecnico, while La Sombra became more violent and short tempered as a result of being booed at the biggest show of the year, becoming a rudo.
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