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27th Apr '17 8:31:30 PM merotoker
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* In ''Film/RockyAndBullwinkle'', [[ThoseTwoGuys Boris]] [[YuppieCouple and]] [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Natasha]] get a scene where they reflect on how futile their villainous careers have been, and resolve to quit villainy whether or not the BigBad's plan succeeds. This doesn't stop them from being flung into cyberspace with the BigBad in the FinalBattle.



* In ''Film/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle'', [[ThoseTwoGuys Boris]] [[YuppieCouple and]] [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Natasha]] get a scene where they reflect on how futile their villainous careers have been, and resolve to quit villainy whether or not the BigBad's plan succeeds. This doesn't stop them from being flung into cyberspace with the BigBad in the FinalBattle.



* In ''BoyMeetsWorld'', Shawn's absentee con-artist father, Chet, constantly bounces in and out of his life, staying long enough to get his son's hopes up about having his father back, before leaving him with a rotating collection of father figures like Mr. Feeny, Mr. Turner, and Alan. In his last return, Shawn finally stands up for himself in the face of Chet's shabby treatment. Chet suffers a heart attack shortly after, and he and Shawn begin to reconnect while he's in the hospital and Chet appears to resolve to stay and be a real father to Shawn... shortly before suffering a second heart attack and dying.

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* In ''BoyMeetsWorld'', ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'', Shawn's absentee con-artist father, Chet, constantly bounces in and out of his life, staying long enough to get his son's hopes up about having his father back, before leaving him with a rotating collection of father figures like Mr. Feeny, Mr. Turner, and Alan. In his last return, Shawn finally stands up for himself in the face of Chet's shabby treatment. Chet suffers a heart attack shortly after, and he and Shawn begin to reconnect while he's in the hospital and Chet appears to resolve to stay and be a real father to Shawn... shortly before suffering a second heart attack and dying.



* The [[AscendedDemon Redeemed]] in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' are tragic refugees from TheLegionsOfHell who heroically battle both the forces of evil and their own corrupted natures in a relentless, heroic push upward into the light. They walk a much narrower path even than the Angels, since so many of their powers call on their former demonic natures and are scorned by the Good PowersThatBe. Unless they're using their [[DarkIsNotEvil powers]] for good all the time, they will quickly fall victim to this trope and be rejected by both heaven and hell.

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* The [[AscendedDemon Redeemed]] in ''[[NexusWar ''[[VideoGame/NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' are tragic refugees from TheLegionsOfHell who heroically battle both the forces of evil and their own corrupted natures in a relentless, heroic push upward into the light. They walk a much narrower path even than the Angels, since so many of their powers call on their former demonic natures and are scorned by the Good PowersThatBe. Unless they're using their [[DarkIsNotEvil powers]] for good all the time, they will quickly fall victim to this trope and be rejected by both heaven and hell.



* Fred Phelps, leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, started to feel regret for how fanatical his group was nearing the end of his life and asked his church to stop being so extreme. Instead, the Church elders (including his own daughter) had him excommunicated and left him on his deathbed in a rest home.
** Whether this was actually genuine remorse or several factors relating to the church's increasingly bad publicity is debatable. Many of his other children had defected from the church, their public demonstrations were causing gay rights groups to ''gain'' support [[YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame via their actions]], state governments were using loopholes in the original Supreme Court decision to force their protests to keep their distance from funerals, and counter-protests tended to outnumber them by a thousand to one on average, the organizers too clever to do anything the church could legally sue them for.

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* Fred Phelps, leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, started to feel regret for how fanatical his group was nearing the end of his life and asked his church to stop being so extreme. Instead, the Church elders (including his own daughter) had him excommunicated and left him on his deathbed in a rest home.
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home. Whether this was actually genuine remorse or several factors relating to the church's increasingly bad publicity is debatable. Many of his other children had defected from the church, their public demonstrations were causing gay rights groups to ''gain'' support [[YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame via their actions]], state governments were using loopholes in the original Supreme Court decision to force their protests to keep their distance from funerals, and counter-protests tended to outnumber them by a thousand to one on average, the organizers too clever to do anything the church could legally sue them for.
20th Apr '17 12:14:25 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'': Invoked in the episode "Framed." During their second showdown, Kevin mockingly asks Ben if he just wants to try to help him; Ben promptly informs him that he's ''done'' trying to help Kevin, especially since [[RedemptionRejection Kevin had plenty of chances to get help before, and refused to take them]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': In one episode, after the Penguin was released from prison, a wealthy socialite, on urging from her friend, pretended to have a crush on him, both of them thinking that associating with him would be good PR. The Penguin was actually happy for a while, and was considering going straight and giving up crime... Until he realized he was being used. Out of rage, he kidnapped the socialite, and tried to kill her friend when he delivered the ransom. Once Batman had apprehended him, she felt a little sorry for it all and tried to apologize... To which the Penguin responded, "I guess it's true what they say, society is to blame... ''High'' society..."
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'': In "Meltdown", Mr. Freeze has his mind transferred to a new cloned body. Restored to normal, he tries to make a new life for himself and [[TheAtoner help the victims of his crimes]]. However, his body begins to revert to its cold-dependent state, and the doctor who did the procedure tries to kill him for study rather than help him. He escapes and goes back to his old revenge-seeking ways.
* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10'': Invoked in the episode "Framed." "Framed". During their second showdown, Kevin mockingly asks Ben if he just wants to try to help him; Ben promptly informs him that he's ''done'' trying to help Kevin, especially since [[RedemptionRejection Kevin had plenty of chances to get help before, and refused to take them]].them]].
* After the WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne organization went out of business, Scarr just wanted to retire to a quiet house in the suburbs, where he could relax and [[CallToAgriculture do some gardening.]] Unfortunately, he moved in right next to [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Grim, Billy, and Mandy]], making his new leaf ''very'' hard to keep.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': In "Benderama", a huge ugly giant with anger management issues chases the main characters off his planet after Fry accidentally insults his mother. Later, a bunch of microscopic self-replicating Benders convert Earth's water supply into alcohol, leaving the planet drunk. When the giant lands on Earth to apologize for his actions, the gang is hammered and drunkenly crack ugly jokes again. This puts him over the edge, causing him to ravage New New York before being put down by the microscopic Benders.
* Simon Squealer in ''Literature/GeronimoStilton'' experiences this thanks to a combination of NegativeContinuity and StatusQuoIsGod. He pretends to be a superhero called the Gator Samaritan in one episode, and the heroic acts he performs are staged to sell issues of ''The Daily Rat''. But after he rescues Thea Stilton from drowning, he realizes GoodFeelsGood and starts disobeying Sally and performing genuinely heroic acts independently of her paper-selling scam. Although Thea is grateful enough to him that she lets him go after he's outed as a phony, and he is clearly feeling morally conflicted over his continued involvement with Sally, the episode closes with him still under her thumb (complete with a humiliating joke [[ButtMonkey at his expense]]), and, the next time he appears, he's back to his old sniveling, weaselly self.
* In the Disney DirectToVideo CompilationMovie ''Once Upon a Halloween'', an unnamed villain obscured in shadow plots to take over Halloween and her cauldron shows her visions of other villains committing evil deeds. Upon seeing clips of the villains' defeats, she decides she doesn't want to go through with her plan anymore, but then the cauldron pulls her into itself, essentially punishing her simply planning an evil scheme before she could do it.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Terra makes a FaceHeelTurn and joins Slade, becoming TheMole to the Titans. However, due to getting close to the Titans, she ends up regretting her actions, but doesn't dare to fully betray Slade, so she just tries to spare Beast Boy, taking him on a date while Slade's army infiltrate the Titan Tower. Slade tracks Terra and Beast Boy down, revealing the truth to Beast Boy. An apologetic Terra breaks down sobbing, saying she's sorry and pleads with Beast Boy to forgive her, reminding him he said they'll be friends no matter what. [[WhatAnIdiot An angry Beast Boy responds with "Slade's right. You don't HAVE any friends."]] As a result, Terra fully embraces being Slade's apprentice and becomes truly ''evil'', and Beast Boy [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone ends up kicking himself over slamming the door in her face earlier.]] In the end, however, Terra makes a HeelFaceTurn after all...[[HeroicSacrifice but with a cost.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', [[TheStarscream Starscream]] gets so sick of the being the Decepticon's [[TheChewToy Chew Toy]] that he tries to defect to the Autobots. Note that Starscream is not in any way repentant, he just figures he has a better chance on their side. Once it's revealed that Starscream killed [[SacrificialLion Cliffjumper]], [[ActionGirl Arcee]] goes ballistic and tries to [[YouKilledMyFather avenge her dead partner.]] Starscream is driven off, and is convinced that he should become a neutral party in the war.
** In the TV movie, [[spoiler:Knock Out]] tries to do the same thing. He even has the same reasons at first. But unlike Starscream, he actually does try again, showing that he means it.
-->'''Arcee:''' "Why'd you do it, [[spoiler:Knock Out?]] Why'd you turn against Starscream?"
-->[[spoiler:'''Knock Out:''']] "Even if I had helped him seize this ship, he would probably just fire me out of the first airlock. Oh. And he's ''rude."''
* The ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Free Hat" deals with filmmakers making revisions to their films with Creator/StevenSpielberg and Creator/GeorgeLucas as villains. Lucas briefly ponders giving the copy of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' to the boys so that they can protect it from Spielberg. However, when Spielberg demands that Lucas give him the film, he relents before complying. As he does so, he comments "[[ShoutOut/SouthParkSeasons6To10 It is too late for me]]". [[ItMakesSenseInContext He is later killed along with Spielberg and Francis Ford Coppola when said film is poorly received at its premiere.]]
* Simon Squealer in ''Literature/GeronimoStilton'' experiences this thanks to a combination of NegativeContinuity and StatusQuoIsGod. He pretends to be a superhero called the Gator Samaritan in one episode, and the heroic acts he performs are staged to sell issues of ''The Daily Rat''. But after he rescues Thea Stilton from drowning, he realizes GoodFeelsGood and starts disobeying Sally and performing genuinely heroic acts independently of her paper-selling scam. Although Thea is grateful enough to him that she lets him go after he's outed as a phony, and he is clearly feeling morally conflicted over his continued involvement with Sally, the episode closes with him still under her thumb (complete with a humiliating joke [[ButtMonkey at his expense]]), and, the next time he appears, he's back to his old sniveling, weaselly self.



* After the WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne organization went out of business, Scarr just wanted to retire to a quiet house in the suburbs, where he could relax and [[CallToAgriculture do some gardening.]] Unfortunately, he moved in right next to [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Grim, Billy, and Mandy]], making his new leaf ''very'' hard to keep.
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': In one episode, after the Penguin was released from prison, a wealthy socialite, on urging from her friend, pretended to have a crush on him, both of them thinking that associating with him would be good PR. The Penguin was actually happy for a while, and was considering going straight and giving up crime... Until he realized he was being used. Out of rage, he kidnapped the socialite, and tried to kill her friend when he delivered the ransom. Once Batman had apprehended him, she felt a little sorry for it all and tried to apologize... To which the Penguin responded, "I guess it's true what they say, society is to blame... ''High'' society..."
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'': In "Meltdown", Mr. Freeze has his mind transferred to a new cloned body. Restored to normal, he tries to make a new life for himself and [[TheAtoner help the victims of his crimes]]. However, his body begins to revert to its cold-dependent state, and the doctor who did the procedure tries to kill him for study rather than help him. He escapes and goes back to his old revenge-seeking ways.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': In "Benderama", a huge ugly giant with anger management issues chases the main characters off his planet after Fry accidentally insults his mother. Later, a bunch of microscopic self-replicating Benders convert Earth's water supply into alcohol, leaving the planet drunk. When the giant lands on Earth to apologize for his actions, the gang is hammered and drunkenly crack ugly jokes again. This puts him over the edge, causing him to ravage New New York before being put down by the microscopic Benders.
* In ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'', [[spoiler:Minister Maketh Tua]] not only realizes that is she [[YouHaveFailedMe is at risk of terrible punishment for failing to stop the Rebels]] despite being a civilian official with neither the authority nor expertise to deal with such military threats, but that the Empire she's served so loyally [[HeelRealization is the type of government that would kill its own people for such reasons]]. She makes arrangements to defect to the Rebellion and deliver valuable intelligence to them...and then her shuttle is blown up to frame the Rebels for her assassination, before she's even able to turn over her information.
* In the Disney DirectToVideo CompilationMovie ''Once Upon a Halloween'', an unnamed villain obscured in shadow plots to take over Halloween and her cauldron shows her visions of other villains committing evil deeds. Upon seeing clips of the villains' defeats, she decides she doesn't want to go through with her plan anymore, but then the cauldron pulls her into itself, essentially punishing her simply planning an evil scheme before she could do it.

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* After the WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne organization went out of business, Scarr just wanted to retire to a quiet house in the suburbs, where he could relax and [[CallToAgriculture do some gardening.]] Unfortunately, he moved in right next to [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Grim, Billy, and Mandy]], The ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Free Hat" deals with filmmakers making his new leaf ''very'' hard revisions to keep.
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': In one episode, after the Penguin was released from prison, a wealthy socialite, on urging from her friend, pretended to have a crush on him, both of them thinking that associating
their films with him would be good PR. The Penguin was actually happy for a while, Creator/StevenSpielberg and was considering going straight and Creator/GeorgeLucas as villains. Lucas briefly ponders giving up crime... Until he realized he was being used. Out of rage, he kidnapped the socialite, and tried copy of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' to kill her friend when he delivered the ransom. Once Batman had apprehended him, she felt a little sorry for it all and tried to apologize... To which the Penguin responded, "I guess it's true what boys so that they say, society is to blame... ''High'' society..."
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'': In "Meltdown", Mr. Freeze has his mind transferred to a new cloned body. Restored to normal, he tries to make a new life for himself and [[TheAtoner help the victims of his crimes]].
can protect it from Spielberg. However, his body begins to revert to its cold-dependent state, and when Spielberg demands that Lucas give him the doctor who did the procedure tries to kill him for study rather than help him. He escapes and goes back to his old revenge-seeking ways.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': In "Benderama", a huge ugly giant with anger management issues chases the main characters off his planet after Fry accidentally insults his mother. Later, a bunch of microscopic self-replicating Benders convert Earth's water supply into alcohol, leaving the planet drunk. When the giant lands on Earth to apologize for his actions, the gang is hammered and drunkenly crack ugly jokes again. This puts him over the edge, causing him to ravage New New York
film, he relents before being put down by the microscopic Benders.
complying. As he does so, he comments "[[ShoutOut/SouthParkSeasons6To10 It is too late for me]]". [[ItMakesSenseInContext He is later killed along with Spielberg and Francis Ford Coppola when said film is poorly received at its premiere.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'': In ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'', [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsTheSiegeOfLothal "The Siege of Lothal"]], [[spoiler:Minister Maketh Tua]] not only realizes that is she [[YouHaveFailedMe is at risk of terrible punishment for failing to stop the Rebels]] despite being a civilian official with neither the authority nor expertise to deal with such military threats, but that the Empire she's served so loyally [[HeelRealization is the type of government that would kill its own people for such reasons]]. She makes arrangements to defect to the Rebellion and deliver valuable intelligence to them...them ... and then her shuttle is blown up to frame the Rebels for her assassination, before she's even able to turn over her information.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Terra makes a FaceHeelTurn and joins Slade, becoming TheMole to the Disney DirectToVideo CompilationMovie ''Once Upon a Halloween'', an unnamed villain obscured in shadow plots Titans. However, due to take over Halloween and getting close to the Titans, she ends up regretting her cauldron shows her visions of other villains committing evil deeds. Upon seeing clips of the villains' defeats, she decides she actions, but doesn't want dare to go through fully betray Slade, so she just tries to spare Beast Boy, taking him on a date while Slade's army infiltrate the Titan Tower. Slade tracks Terra and Beast Boy down, revealing the truth to Beast Boy. An apologetic Terra breaks down sobbing, saying she's sorry and pleads with Beast Boy to forgive her, reminding him he said they'll be friends no matter what. [[WhatAnIdiot An angry Beast Boy responds with "Slade's right. You don't HAVE any friends."]] As a result, Terra fully embraces being Slade's apprentice and becomes truly ''evil'', and Beast Boy [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone ends up kicking himself over slamming the door in her plan anymore, face earlier.]] In the end, however, Terra makes a HeelFaceTurn after all...[[HeroicSacrifice but then with a cost.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', [[TheStarscream Starscream]] gets so sick of
the cauldron pulls being the Decepticon's [[TheChewToy Chew Toy]] that he tries to defect to the Autobots. Note that Starscream is not in any way repentant, he just figures he has a better chance on their side. Once it's revealed that Starscream killed [[SacrificialLion Cliffjumper]], [[ActionGirl Arcee]] goes ballistic and tries to [[YouKilledMyFather avenge her into itself, essentially punishing her simply planning an evil scheme before she could dead partner.]] Starscream is driven off, and is convinced that he should become a neutral party in the war.
** In the TV movie, [[spoiler:Knock Out]] tries to
do it.the same thing. He even has the same reasons at first. But unlike Starscream, he actually does try again, showing that he means it.
-->'''Arcee:''' "Why'd you do it, [[spoiler:Knock Out?]] Why'd you turn against Starscream?"
-->[[spoiler:'''Knock Out:''']] "Even if I had helped him seize this ship, he would probably just fire me out of the first airlock. Oh. And he's ''rude."''


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4th Apr '17 11:43:03 AM jtierney50
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* In ''Giulio Cesare in Egitto'' by Music/GeorgeFredericHandel, Ptolemy goes back on his word to give Cornelia to his loyal (if a bit more soft-hearted) commander Achilla, who immediately [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal switches to Cleopatra's side]] and plans to have a grand revenge against Ptolemy. Then Cleopatra's army suffers a crushing defeat, Achilla succumbs to a mortal wound, and the heroes throw his corpse into the sea.[[/folder]]

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* In ''Giulio Cesare in Egitto'' by Music/GeorgeFredericHandel, Ptolemy goes back on his word to give Cornelia to his loyal (if a bit more soft-hearted) commander Achilla, who immediately [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal switches to Cleopatra's side]] and plans to have a grand revenge against Ptolemy. Then Cleopatra's army suffers a crushing defeat, Achilla succumbs to a mortal wound, and the heroes throw his corpse into the sea.sea.
* A minor example in ''Theatre/LesMiserables'': Javert agrees to let Valjean take [[spoiler:Marius]] to a doctor to save the latter's life, despite Javert's constant promises to arrest Valjean at the earliest opportunity. This shakes Javert's worldview to its core - how can a man he thought of as a criminal be helping an innocent boy to safety? - and he eventually [[spoiler:kills himself]] because of it. At the end of the show, all the [[spoiler:dead characters appear in heaven alongside Valjean]] ... except for Javert, who is nowhere to be seen. Especially impactful considering how fervently religious and certain he would [[spoiler:get into heaven]] Javert was.
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25th Mar '17 6:38:40 AM ironballs16
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* In ''Film/AustinPowersInternationalManOfMystery'' (the first movie), Number 2 pulls a gun on Dr. Evil, decrying his old-fashioned villainy and pointing out how he made Virtucon disgustingly rich through completely legal means. He starts to negotiate a surrender with Austin Powers, only to sit in the wrong chair… He returns in the next film, still on Dr. Evil's side and with just some slight burns on his face.

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* In ''Film/AustinPowersInternationalManOfMystery'' (the first movie), Number 2 pulls a gun on Dr. Evil, decrying his old-fashioned villainy and pointing out how he made Virtucon disgustingly rich [[CutLexLuthorACheck through completely legal means. means]]. He starts to negotiate a surrender with Austin Powers, [[BrickJoke only to sit in the wrong chair… chair]]… He returns in the next film, still on Dr. Evil's side and with just some slight burns on his face.
21st Mar '17 11:01:53 AM ironballs16
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** Whether this was actually genuine remorse or several factors relating to the church's increasingly bad publicity is debatable. Many of his other children had defected from the church, their public demonstrations were causing gay rights groups to ''gain'' support via their actions, state governments were using loopholes in the original Supreme Court decision to force their protests to keep their distance from funerals, and counter-protests tended to outnumber them by a thousand to one on average, the organizers too clever to do anything the church could legally sue them for.

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** Whether this was actually genuine remorse or several factors relating to the church's increasingly bad publicity is debatable. Many of his other children had defected from the church, their public demonstrations were causing gay rights groups to ''gain'' support [[YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame via their actions, actions]], state governments were using loopholes in the original Supreme Court decision to force their protests to keep their distance from funerals, and counter-protests tended to outnumber them by a thousand to one on average, the organizers too clever to do anything the church could legally sue them for.
18th Mar '17 6:35:20 PM Eddy1215
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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join [[LaResistance the resistance]] as [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch he had no love for the other goblins]]. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].

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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join [[LaResistance the resistance]] as [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch he had no love for the other goblins]]. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves shoving the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].
18th Mar '17 6:34:21 PM Eddy1215
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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join [[LaResistance the resistance]] as he had no love for the other goblins. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].

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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join [[LaResistance the resistance]] as [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch he had no love for the other goblins.goblins]]. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].
18th Mar '17 6:31:43 PM Eddy1215
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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join the resistance as he had no love for the other goblins. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].

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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join [[LaResistance the resistance resistance]] as he had no love for the other goblins. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].
18th Mar '17 6:30:39 PM Eddy1215
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** In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0707.html one]] strip, during a raid to free Azure City prisoners, among them was a goblin prisoner, who asked to join the resistance as he had no love for the other goblins. The elf commando seemed to be approving of it...[[BaitAndSwitch then he shows]] his FantasticRacism [[IDidWhatIHadToDo by ruthlessly shoves the goblin over a ledge]]. Disturbingly enough, [[GoodIsNotNice the others are impressed]].
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** Taken to ridiculous extremes in the [[MadeForTvMovie TV movie]] ''WesternAnimation/ChannelChasers''. At the end of the movie, Timmy's SadistTeacher Mr. Crocker was seen coming out of therapy, cured of his obsession with fairies and decides to turn his life around. He even discovered cold fusion! Then, [[GuiltByAssociationGag even though he had nothing to do with the plot]] (in fact his very appearance was probably just to show he's a CosmicPlaything), Timmy's wish that nobody remembers anything that happened from when the film began affected him, returning him to his fairy-obsessed self who tosses his cold fusion generator away because he doesn't know what it is anymore.

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** Taken to ridiculous extremes in the [[MadeForTvMovie TV movie]] ''WesternAnimation/ChannelChasers''. At the end of the movie, Timmy's SadistTeacher Mr. Crocker was seen coming out of therapy, cured of his obsession with fairies and decides to turn his life around. He even discovered cold fusion! Then, [[GuiltByAssociationGag even though he had nothing to do with the plot]] plot (in fact his very appearance was probably just to show he's a CosmicPlaything), Timmy's wish that nobody remembers anything that happened from when the film began affected him, returning him to his fairy-obsessed self who tosses his cold fusion generator away because he doesn't know what it is anymore.
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