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22nd Jun '16 6:31:42 PM Phred
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* ''WesternAnianmtion/AllHailKingJulien''. The fossa are generally the dominant predators constantly threatening to eat the lemurs, but even they can put their differences aside to compete together in the kingdom wide [[Pseudolympics Jungle Games]].

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* ''WesternAnianmtion/AllHailKingJulien''. The fossa are generally the dominant predators constantly threatening to eat the lemurs, but even they can put their differences aside to compete together in the kingdom wide [[Pseudolympics [[{{Pseudolympics}} Jungle Games]].
22nd Jun '16 6:30:30 PM Phred
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* ''WesternAnianmtion/AllHailKingJulien''. The fossa are generally the dominant predators constantly threatening to eat the lemurs, but even they can put their differences aside to compete together in the kingdom wide [[Pseudolympics Jungle Games]].
13th Jun '16 5:56:31 AM CalzoneManiac365
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** You can also go karting with Eggman in ''VideoGame/SonicDrift'', and karting (more so airboarding) with Shadow in ''VideoGame/SonicRiders''.

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** You can also go karting with Eggman in ''VideoGame/SonicDrift'', and karting (more so airboarding) with Shadow in ''VideoGame/SonicRiders''.''VideoGame/SonicRiders''
** In ''VideoGame/SonicDrift2'', you can not only kart with Eggman, but you can also choose Knuckles, Metal Sonic, and even Fang/Nack! (Interestingly enough, this game is one of only three appearances of Fang/Nack in the games, the others being ''VideoGame/SonicTripleTrouble'' and ''VideoGame/SonicTheFighters''. After that, he's been relegated to the Archie comics.)
7th Jun '16 7:45:24 AM LentilSandEater
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Word of God states that they're now [[HoYay living together]] in a [[http://community.livejournal.com/lower_tadfield/378913.html cottage somewhere]].

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Word of God states that they're now [[HoYay [[HomoeroticSubtext living together]] in a [[http://community.livejournal.com/lower_tadfield/378913.html cottage somewhere]].
7th Jun '16 7:29:12 AM Godzillawolf
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* In ''Fanfic/PoniesAndDragons'', Queen Chrysalis regularly games with the heroes, having apparently come to enjoy it after being forced into it a few times. Lord Tirek has also been a player on occasion, though in his case it's attempts at rehabilitating him.
22nd May '16 10:15:09 AM rafi
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* [[WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} Pegleg Pete]] (a.k.a. Black Pete, Big Bad Pete, Perilous Pete, Putrid Pete) has this relationship with the rest of the core Mickey Mouse FunnyAnimal crew. At times he's a genial but gruff neighbor, at other times he's a gigantic hulking gangster. The villain version came first. The neighbor role (e.g. the one you see in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'') seems to have started as an attempt to soften him up, though it ended up simply coexisting with more ruthless roles. In a Christmas episode of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'', Minnie is threatened with mistletoe by Mortimer Mouse. Pete shows up, seemingly about to make the situation worse ([[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts in the old days]] his motives mainly revolved around kidnapping her for himself), when suddenly he swoops in and gives Mortimer a big smooch to scare him off. In what is both an entirely bizarre or an [[CrowningMomentofAwesome entirely awesome moment]], Minnie and Pete ''high-five each other''.
* Finn and the Ice King in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' don't start this way - but once Finn and Jake find out that the Ice King is mentally ill, not evil, they begin spending social time with him. (Not much, because the Ice King is still ''very'' irritating company, and still needs to be stopped from doing something evil on a regular basis.)



* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. Especially in the cartoons made in the Seventies.
** A good example is "The Truce Hurts", even though it is short-lived, in which Tom and Jerry, as well as Spike, put their differences aside and get along with each, only to once again be mortal enemies by the end of the cartoon over a beef that each tries to divide with the lion's share for himself.
** There was another episode spanning as a ClipShow, where just Tom and Jerry make a truce. They watch a picture show together, starring themselves, and are then reminded ''why'' they're enemies when watching their movie selves humiliate each other. At the end of the episode, the film is playing a scene of "The Truce Hurts" where Tom, Jerry, and Spike are hitting each other, only to stop and watch the real Tom and Jerry fighting in the theater, clearly amused.
** In "Blue Cat Blues", Jerry describes himself and Tom as "the best of friends", until the latter started ignoring the former over a cat girl who eventually ditched him for a rich cat. The episode ends with them ''[[NightmareFuel attempting suicide together]]'' because the same thing ended up happening to Jerry.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. Especially This happens in ''WesternAnimation/BumpInTheNight'' in the cartoons made in the Seventies.
** A good example is "The Truce Hurts", even though it is short-lived, in which Tom and Jerry, as well as Spike, put their differences aside and get along with each, only to once again be mortal
episode "Long, Long Day". After a long duration of being pulled on by his enemies by Destructo and the end Closet Monster, the main protagonist Mr. Bumpy asks that they take a break. Destructo and the Closet Monster comply and the three sing a song at the Karaoke Cafe about how good it is to relax after a long, long day. In general, it is common for the show's Karaoke Cafe segments and for episodes with scenes taking place at the Karaoke Cafe to feature cameos by such established antagonists as the alien duo Sleemoth and Gloog, the living bread from "Night of the cartoon over a beef Living Bread", and the Germs from "Adventures in Microbia".
* Katz, the BigBad (more or less) of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' has often challenged Courage to small games like handball and staring contests, but only when he's more-or-less certain
that each Courage is truly at his mercy. (He's usually more-or-less wrong.) He's not above playing dirty in these games; in the staring contest, for instance, he tries to divide with the lion's share for himself.
** There was another
egg his opponent into losing by saying "Blink," repeatedly when Courage's eyes start to water. (And Katz does seem to have far more skill than Courage in some athletic contests, in one episode spanning as a ClipShow, where just Tom being able to play racket ball and Jerry make drink tea at the same time.)
* In ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', Swiper the Fox has
a truce. They watch a picture show together, starring themselves, friendly relationship with Dora and are then reminded ''why'' Boots [[PunchClockVillain when he isn't stealing something important from them]], and they even organized a surprise birthday party for him in one episode. He's really only a villain insofar as he hinders them on whatever journey they take by making off with and hiding a few key items, which might go a long way towards explaining how they're enemies when watching on otherwise friendly terms.
* Spildit often does this in ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. While the Noops and the Urpneys mostly remain antagonistic towards each other throughout the show, Spildit, being a small child, often engages in friendly chat with Sgt Blob's team or even obliviously helps them in some of
their movie selves humiliate each other. At schemes, which they usually seem rather nonchalant about.
* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', an entire episode is based around
the end fairies, the anti-fairies, and the pixies competing in the Fairy World Games. Also, Juandissimo gets along great with Timmy when [[MyMasterRightOrWrong Remy's not around.]] Also, when not issuing Fs or obsessively trying to steal Timmy's fairies, Mr. Crocker can be a valuable ally. (cf. "Lame Ducks", "Desperate Without Housewives").
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}''
** In the episode "In Arms Way", Freakazoid has a flashback to the time that he and several
of the episode, show's villains participated in a "Superhero-Villain All-Star Benefit Softball Game".
** That same episode had Freakazoid and his archenemy The Lobe run into each other while Christmas shopping, and promptly try to guess what
the film is playing other got him for Christmas.
* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'': Johnny literally has
a scene of "The Truce Hurts" where Tom, Jerry, go-kart race with [[AnIcePerson Brain Freezer]] and Spike are hitting [[CatsAreMean Mister Mittens]]. They're both members of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Johnny-Hating Evil Force Five.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' and Shego seem to mutually respect
each other, only despite their normal levels of animosity. They've been known to stop and watch the real Tom and Jerry fighting chat in the theater, clearly amused.
**
middle of fights. In "Blue Cat Blues", Jerry describes himself and Tom as "the best of friends", until the latter started ignoring the former over a cat girl who eventually ditched him for a rich cat. The episode ends with them ''[[NightmareFuel attempting suicide together]]'' because "Sick Day" Kim and Shego, who were both suffering from colds, sneezed at the same thing ended up happening to Jerry.time and said, "Bless you," before resuming the fight.



* [[WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} Pegleg Pete]] (a.k.a. Black Pete, Big Bad Pete, Perilous Pete, Putrid Pete) has this relationship with the rest of the core Mickey Mouse FunnyAnimal crew. At times he's a genial but gruff neighbor, at other times he's a gigantic hulking gangster. The villain version came first. The neighbor role (e.g. the one you see in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'') seems to have started as an attempt to soften him up, though it ended up simply coexisting with more ruthless roles. In a Christmas episode of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'', Minnie is threatened with mistletoe by Mortimer Mouse. Pete shows up, seemingly about to make the situation worse ([[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts in the old days]] his motives mainly revolved around kidnapping her for himself), when suddenly he swoops in and gives Mortimer a big smooch to scare him off. In what is both an entirely bizarre or an [[CrowningMomentofAwesome entirely awesome moment]], Minnie and Pete ''high-five each other''.

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* [[WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} Pegleg Pete]] (a.k.a. Black Pete, Big Bad Pete, Perilous Pete, Putrid Pete) has this relationship ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', sort of. There are several cast posters floating around that depict the ''entire'' cast posing for a picture. Including villains like Discord.
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''
** The crimefighting platypus Agent P and his archnemesis Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz are often seen as very amiable foes,
with the rest of the core Mickey Mouse FunnyAnimal crew. At times he's a genial but gruff neighbor, at other times he's a gigantic hulking gangster. The villain version came first. The neighbor role (e.g. the one you see their roles as good guy and bad guy often being alluded to as mere jobs they have to do. Dr. Doofenshmirtz even goes so far in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'') seems certain episodes to have started as an attempt to soften him up, though it ended up simply coexisting with more ruthless roles. In Perry sit in a Christmas episode of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'', Minnie is threatened with mistletoe by Mortimer Mouse. Pete shows up, seemingly about to make waiting room so the situation worse ([[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts in the old days]] Drusselsteinian doctor can finish a plot, or to exclaim to Perry that he doesn't want to fight, it's his motives mainly revolved around kidnapping her for himself), when suddenly he swoops in and gives Mortimer a big smooch to scare him weekend off. In what is both an entirely bizarre episode, he even says that he considers Perry his best friend... right before Perry uppercuts him out of the spaceship they were on. The two get even more buddy-buddy as the series marches on. Should Perry happen to show up on a day when Dr. D doesn't have an evil scheme planned, Perry winds up ''helping'' him in tasks such as decorating for his daughter's birthday party or renewing his driver's license. Perry once even used the failed -inator of the day to turn Doof into an [[CrowningMomentofAwesome entirely awesome moment]], Minnie anti-establishment rapping DJ, helping him look cool in the eyes of Vanessa and Pete ''high-five each other''.her goth friends.
** The same can be said for episodes where Candace willingly participates in Phineas and Ferb's activities without even trying to bust them for it.



* Native American mythology in ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' states that an ancient burial ground is the site of a war between the forces of good and evil. In "Night Game," the burial ground is now a minor-league baseball field, which means that Good and Evil are playing ''baseball''. Things get...complicated...when Winston enters the fray.



* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''
** The crimefighting platypus Agent P and his archnemesis Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz are often seen as very amiable foes, with their roles as good guy and bad guy often being alluded to as mere jobs they have to do. Dr. Doofenshmirtz even goes so far in certain episodes to have Perry sit in a waiting room so the Drusselsteinian doctor can finish a plot, or to exclaim to Perry that he doesn't want to fight, it's his weekend off. In an episode, he even says that he considers Perry his best friend... right before Perry uppercuts him out of the spaceship they were on. The two get even more buddy-buddy as the series marches on. Should Perry happen to show up on a day when Dr. D doesn't have an evil scheme planned, Perry winds up ''helping'' him in tasks such as decorating for his daughter's birthday party or renewing his driver's license. Perry once even used the failed -inator of the day to turn Doof into an anti-establishment rapping DJ, helping him look cool in the eyes of Vanessa and her goth friends.
** The same can be said for episodes where Candace willingly participates in Phineas and Ferb's activities without even trying to bust them for it.
* This is supposed to be the relationship between the Guild of Calamitous Intent and the good guys they're arching on ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''; the Monarch's genuine (if totally irrational) hatred for Dr. Venture is what sets him apart from normal villains. Sergeant Hatred, on the other hand, has no trouble inviting his arch-nemesis to a barbecue. This led to Hatred's HeelFaceTurn. Although Hatred himself admits he was being particularly civil to Dr. Venture just to piss the Monarch off because [[{{Revenge}} the Monarch's henchmen had been stealing parts from his hovertank,]] [[OhCrap a fact of which the Monarch believed him to be blissfully unaware.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''
** The crimefighting platypus Agent P
''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. Bart Simpson and his archnemesis Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz are often seen as very amiable foes, with their roles as Principal Skinner on [[LongRunners several occasions]]. In a rather poignant early episode when Skinner was sacked, he and Bart actually become good guy and bad guy often being alluded to as mere jobs they have to do. Dr. Doofenshmirtz friends. When Skinner rejoins the military Bart even goes so far in certain episodes admits to have Perry sit in a waiting room so the Drusselsteinian doctor can finish a plot, or to exclaim to Perry Lisa that he doesn't want to fight, it's his weekend off. In an episode, he even says that he considers Perry his best friend... right before Perry uppercuts misses him out of the spaceship they were on. The two get as a friend but misses him even more buddy-buddy as the series marches on. Should Perry happen to show up on a day when Dr. D doesn't have an evil scheme planned, Perry winds up ''helping'' him in tasks such as decorating for his daughter's birthday party or renewing his driver's license. Perry once even used the failed -inator of the day to turn Doof into an anti-establishment rapping DJ, helping him look cool in the eyes of Vanessa and her goth friends.
** The same
enemy. After Bart helps Skinner become principal again they both realize their friendship can be said for episodes where Candace willingly participates in Phineas and Ferb's activities without even trying to bust them for it.
* This is supposed to be the relationship between the Guild of Calamitous Intent and the
only continue if Bart becomes a good guys they're arching on ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''; the Monarch's genuine (if totally irrational) hatred for Dr. Venture is what sets him apart from normal villains. Sergeant Hatred, on the other hand, has no trouble inviting his arch-nemesis student -- something they both know isn't going to a barbecue. This led to Hatred's HeelFaceTurn. Although Hatred himself admits he was being particularly civil to Dr. Venture just to piss the Monarch off because [[{{Revenge}} the Monarch's henchmen had been stealing parts from his hovertank,]] [[OhCrap a fact of which the Monarch believed him to be blissfully unaware.]]happen.



* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', an entire episode is based around the fairies, the anti-fairies, and the pixies competing in the Fairy World Games. Also, Juandissimo gets along great with Timmy when [[MyMasterRightOrWrong Remy's not around.]] Also, when not issuing Fs or obsessively trying to steal Timmy's fairies, Mr. Crocker can be a valuable ally. (cf. "Lame Ducks", "Desperate Without Housewives").
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' and Shego seem to mutually respect each other, despite their normal levels of animosity. They've been known to chat in the middle of fights. In the episode "Sick Day" Kim and Shego, who were both suffering from colds, sneezed at the same time and said, "Bless you," before resuming the fight.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}''
** In the episode "In Arms Way", Freakazoid has a flashback to the time that he and several of the show's villains participated in a "Superhero-Villain All-Star Benefit Softball Game".
** That same episode had Freakazoid and his archenemy The Lobe run into each other while Christmas shopping, and promptly try to guess what the other got him for Christmas.
* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'': Johnny literally has a go-kart race with [[AnIcePerson Brain Freezer]] and [[CatsAreMean Mister Mittens]]. They're both members of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Johnny-Hating Evil Force Five.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. Bart Simpson and Principal Skinner on [[LongRunners several occasions]]. In a rather poignant early episode when Skinner was sacked, he and Bart actually become good friends. When Skinner rejoins the military Bart even admits to Lisa that he misses him as a friend but misses him even more as an enemy. After Bart helps Skinner become principal again they both realize their friendship can only continue if Bart becomes a good student -- something they both know isn't going to happen.
* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''
** [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Optimus Prime]] [[Creator/DavidKaye and]] [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Megatron]]: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EQsjGclmVQ playing golf.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmXXYT6uBBc Optimus, Bumblebee and Blitzwing getting ice cream for Sari]].
* Brought up in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' after the monks [[EnemyMine team up]] with Jack Spicer in order to defeat Wuya. After they succeed Jack calls off the truce but Omi manages to guilt trip him (by using his PuppyDogEyes) into offering to take everyone out for ice cream whenever they aren't fighting. The monks gladly accept the offer, but since they never actually stopped fighting, it never comes to fruition.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', an entire The episode is based around of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' "Hit The Diamond" ends up as a baseball game instead of a regular conflict; the fairies, Homeworld Rubies in general play by the anti-fairies, and the pixies competing in the Fairy World Games. Also, Juandissimo gets along great rules and, aside from a few snarls, are downright friendly with Timmy when [[MyMasterRightOrWrong Remy's not around.]] Also, when not issuing Fs or obsessively trying to steal Timmy's fairies, Mr. Crocker can be a valuable ally. (cf. "Lame Ducks", "Desperate Without Housewives").
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' and Shego seem to mutually respect each other, despite their normal levels of animosity. They've been known to chat in
the middle of fights. In the episode "Sick Day" Kim and Shego, who were both suffering from colds, sneezed at the same time and said, "Bless you," heroes. They even thank Steven for telling them where Jasper supposedly is before resuming the fight.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}''
** In the episode "In Arms Way", Freakazoid has a flashback to the time that he and several
leaving, without causing any further trouble in spite of the show's villains participated in a "Superhero-Villain All-Star Benefit Softball Game".
** That same episode had Freakazoid and his archenemy The Lobe run into each other while Christmas shopping, and promptly try to guess what the other got him for Christmas.
* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'': Johnny literally has a go-kart race with [[AnIcePerson Brain Freezer]] and [[CatsAreMean Mister Mittens]]. They're both members of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Johnny-Hating Evil Force Five.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''. Bart Simpson and Principal Skinner on [[LongRunners several occasions]]. In a rather poignant early episode when Skinner was sacked, he and Bart actually become good friends. When Skinner rejoins the military Bart even admits to Lisa that he misses him as a friend but misses him even more as an enemy. After Bart helps Skinner become principal again they both realize their friendship can only continue if Bart becomes a good student -- something they both know isn't going to happen.
* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''
** [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Optimus Prime]] [[Creator/DavidKaye and]] [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Megatron]]: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EQsjGclmVQ playing golf.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmXXYT6uBBc Optimus, Bumblebee and Blitzwing getting ice cream for Sari]].
* Brought up in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' after the monks [[EnemyMine team up]] with Jack Spicer in order to defeat Wuya. After they succeed Jack calls off the truce but Omi manages to guilt trip him (by using his PuppyDogEyes) into offering to take everyone out for ice cream whenever they aren't fighting. The monks gladly accept the offer, but since they never actually stopped fighting, it never comes to fruition.
earlier deception.



* Spildit often does this in ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. While the Noops and the Urpneys mostly remain antagonistic towards each other throughout the show, Spildit, being a small child, often engages in friendly chat with Sgt Blob's team or even obliviously helps them in some of their schemes, which they usually seem rather nonchalant about.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', sort of. There are several cast posters floating around that depict the ''entire'' cast posing for a picture. Including villains like Discord.
* Katz, the BigBad (more or less) of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' has often challenged Courage to small games like handball and staring contests, but only when he's more-or-less certain that Courage is truly at his mercy. (He's usually more-or-less wrong.) He's not above playing dirty in these games; in the staring contest, for instance, he tries to egg his opponent into losing by saying "Blink," repeatedly when Courage's eyes start to water. (And Katz does seem to have far more skill than Courage in some athletic contests, in one episode being able to play racket ball and drink tea at the same time.)
* Finn and the Ice King in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' don't start this way - but once Finn and Jake find out that the Ice King is mentally ill, not evil, they begin spending social time with him. (Not much, because the Ice King is still ''very'' irritating company, and still needs to be stopped from doing something evil on a regular basis.)
* Native American mythology in ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' states that an ancient burial ground is the site of a war between the forces of good and evil. In "Night Game," the burial ground is now a minor-league baseball field, which means that Good and Evil are playing ''baseball''. Things get...complicated...when Winston enters the fray.
* In ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', Swiper the Fox has a friendly relationship with Dora and Boots [[PunchClockVillain when he isn't stealing something important from them]], and they even organized a surprise birthday party for him in one episode. He's really only a villain insofar as he hinders them on whatever journey they take by making off with and hiding a few key items, which might go a long way towards explaining how they're on otherwise friendly terms.
* This happens in ''WesternAnimation/BumpInTheNight'' in the episode "Long, Long Day". After a long duration of being pulled on by his enemies Destructo and the Closet Monster, the main protagonist Mr. Bumpy asks that they take a break. Destructo and the Closet Monster comply and the three sing a song at the Karaoke Cafe about how good it is to relax after a long, long day. In general, it is common for the show's Karaoke Cafe segments and for episodes with scenes taking place at the Karaoke Cafe to feature cameos by such established antagonists as the alien duo Sleemoth and Gloog, the living bread from "Night of the Living Bread", and the Germs from "Adventures in Microbia".

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* Spildit often does this in ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. While the Noops and the Urpneys mostly remain antagonistic towards each other throughout the show, Spildit, being a small child, often engages in friendly chat with Sgt Blob's team or even obliviously helps them in some of their schemes, which they usually seem rather nonchalant about.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', sort of. There are several cast posters floating around that depict the ''entire'' cast posing for a picture. Including villains like Discord.
* Katz, the BigBad (more or less) of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' has often challenged Courage to small games like handball and staring contests, but only when he's more-or-less certain that Courage is truly at his mercy. (He's usually more-or-less wrong.) He's not above playing dirty in these games;
''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. Especially in the staring contest, for instance, he cartoons made in the Seventies.
** A good example is "The Truce Hurts", even though it is short-lived, in which Tom and Jerry, as well as Spike, put their differences aside and get along with each, only to once again be mortal enemies by the end of the cartoon over a beef that each
tries to egg his opponent into losing by saying "Blink," repeatedly when Courage's eyes start to water. (And Katz does seem to have far more skill than Courage in some athletic contests, in one divide with the lion's share for himself.
** There was another
episode being able to play racket ball spanning as a ClipShow, where just Tom and drink tea at Jerry make a truce. They watch a picture show together, starring themselves, and are then reminded ''why'' they're enemies when watching their movie selves humiliate each other. At the same time.)
* Finn
end of the episode, the film is playing a scene of "The Truce Hurts" where Tom, Jerry, and Spike are hitting each other, only to stop and watch the Ice King in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' don't start this way - but once Finn real Tom and Jake find out that Jerry fighting in the Ice King is mentally ill, not evil, they begin spending social time theater, clearly amused.
** In "Blue Cat Blues", Jerry describes himself and Tom as "the best of friends", until the latter started ignoring the former over a cat girl who eventually ditched him for a rich cat. The episode ends
with him. (Not much, them ''[[NightmareFuel attempting suicide together]]'' because the Ice King is still ''very'' irritating company, and still needs same thing ended up happening to be stopped from doing something evil on a regular basis.)
Jerry.
* Native American mythology in ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' states that an ancient burial ground is the site of a war between the forces of good and evil. In "Night Game," the burial ground is now a minor-league baseball field, which means that Good and Evil are ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}''
** [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Optimus Prime]] [[Creator/DavidKaye and]] [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Megatron]]: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EQsjGclmVQ
playing ''baseball''. Things get...complicated...when Winston enters golf.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmXXYT6uBBc Optimus, Bumblebee and Blitzwing getting ice cream for Sari]].
* This is supposed to be
the fray.
* In ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'', Swiper the Fox has a friendly
relationship with Dora between the Guild of Calamitous Intent and Boots [[PunchClockVillain when he isn't stealing something important from them]], and they even organized a surprise birthday party for him in one episode. He's really only a villain insofar as he hinders them on whatever journey they take by making off with and hiding a few key items, which might go a long way towards explaining how the good guys they're arching on otherwise friendly terms.
*
''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''; the Monarch's genuine (if totally irrational) hatred for Dr. Venture is what sets him apart from normal villains. Sergeant Hatred, on the other hand, has no trouble inviting his arch-nemesis to a barbecue. This happens in ''WesternAnimation/BumpInTheNight'' in led to Hatred's HeelFaceTurn. Although Hatred himself admits he was being particularly civil to Dr. Venture just to piss the episode "Long, Long Day". Monarch off because [[{{Revenge}} the Monarch's henchmen had been stealing parts from his hovertank,]] [[OhCrap a fact of which the Monarch believed him to be blissfully unaware.]]
* Brought up in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' after the monks [[EnemyMine team up]] with Jack Spicer in order to defeat Wuya.
After a long duration of being pulled on by his enemies Destructo and the Closet Monster, the main protagonist Mr. Bumpy asks that they succeed Jack calls off the truce but Omi manages to guilt trip him (by using his PuppyDogEyes) into offering to take a break. Destructo and everyone out for ice cream whenever they aren't fighting. The monks gladly accept the Closet Monster comply and the three sing a song at the Karaoke Cafe about how good offer, but since they never actually stopped fighting, it is never comes to relax after a long, long day. In general, it is common for the show's Karaoke Cafe segments and for episodes with scenes taking place at the Karaoke Cafe to feature cameos by such established antagonists as the alien duo Sleemoth and Gloog, the living bread from "Night of the Living Bread", and the Germs from "Adventures in Microbia".fruition.
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*** This doesn't do justice to what happened. The previous battle ended when Zechs' superiors threatened the Gundam pilots with the ''destruction of the colonies'' unless they surrendered the Gundams, which Zechs obviously disagreed with. [[TakeAThirdOption Heero self-destructed his Gundam in response to this, while the others retreated.]] During this fight, one of the arms on Zechs' mobile suit was damaged. When one of the mechanics said that there weren't enough parts due to the aforementioned lie (they had to blow up some spare parts for one of the superiors to sell it), he had them take some parts from the arm that was damaged in that battle, as he saw this one as a continuation.
6th Apr '16 6:12:51 AM TwilightLord
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* The [[TerribleTrio Team Rocket]] trio in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' occasionally partake in this, perhaps most blatantly in one episode where everyone enters a orienteering contest. [[spoiler:James wins]].

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* The [[TerribleTrio Team Rocket]] trio in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' occasionally partake in this, perhaps most blatantly in one episode where everyone enters a orienteering contest. [[spoiler:James wins]]. Team Rocket frequently partake in legitimate battles and contests in ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}''. Especially apparent following the Sinnoh era, where they actually start to get good at it, even beating Ash's team on odd occasions just by playing fair. Played with since a lot of the time the trio wear costumes so the heroes don't recognise them.



** In one episode of ''Anime/SonicX'', there's a scene where Sonic finds Eggman sitting on a cliff overlooking Station Square, and the two have a remarkably civil conversation before going their separate ways.



* Team Rocket frequently partake in legitimate battles and contest in the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}''. Especially apparent following the Sinnoh era, where they actually start to get good at it, even beating Ash's team odd occasions just by playing fair. Played with since a lot of the time the trio wear costumes so the heroes don't recognise them.
23rd Mar '16 3:17:51 PM Psi001
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* Team Rocket frequently partake in legitimate battles and contest in the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}''. Especially apparent following the Sinnoh era, where they actually start to get good at it, even beating Ash's team odd occasions just by playing fair. Played with since a lot of the time the trio wear costumes so the heroes don't recognise them.
20th Mar '16 9:04:37 PM CountDorku
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Nobilis}}'', three factors align to produce this. One, Nobles are not generally authorised to pre-emptively attack [[OmnicidalManiac Excrucians]]; this diplomatic immunity is revoked once an attack or Rite takes place, but not before. Two, social events are SeriousBusiness to Nobles, to the point where Nobilis groups can spend three . Three, player characters have an impressive tendency to wish to befriend, romance, redeem or otherwise interact with Excrucians, especially the more socially acceptable ones like Deceivers (with a little help from traditional player character recklessness). The net result is that you get an awful lot of {{Humanoid Abomination}}s who wish to gradually unmake the world showing up at Noble parties and hobnobbing with their archenemies over ichthyosaurus and cucumber twists and little cheesy things impaled on fragments of the True Cross.

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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Nobilis}}'', three factors align to produce this. One, Nobles are not generally authorised to pre-emptively attack [[OmnicidalManiac Excrucians]]; this diplomatic immunity is revoked once an attack or Rite takes place, but not before. Two, social events are SeriousBusiness to Nobles, to the point where Nobilis groups can spend three . three or more weeks ''planning'' a party. Three, player characters have an impressive tendency to wish to befriend, romance, redeem or and otherwise interact with Excrucians, especially the more socially acceptable ones like Deceivers (with a little help from traditional player character recklessness). The net result is that you get an awful lot of {{Humanoid Abomination}}s who wish to gradually unmake the world showing up at Noble parties and hobnobbing with their archenemies over ichthyosaurus and cucumber twists and little cheesy things impaled on fragments of the True Cross.
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