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23rd Aug '16 3:01:10 PM azul120
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* In ''CodeGeass R2'', when Lelouch is confronted by Suzaku about his [[WellIntentionedExtremist methods]], Lelouch simply brushes him off stating that he doesn't have time to debate which of them is the bigger hypocrite. In fact, what is ultimately the biggest difference between Lelouch and Suzaku is that though they're both hypocrites, Lelouch is perfectly aware of it and never tries to justify it, whereas Suzaku is almost in complete denial about it.

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* In ''CodeGeass R2'', first season finale of ''CodeGeass'', when Lelouch is confronted by Suzaku about his [[WellIntentionedExtremist methods]], Lelouch simply brushes him off stating that he doesn't have time to debate which of them is the bigger hypocrite. In fact, what is ultimately the biggest difference between Lelouch and Suzaku is that though they're both hypocrites, Lelouch is perfectly aware of it and never tries to justify it, whereas Suzaku is almost in complete denial about it.
5th Jun '16 8:33:49 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Sideshow Bob's quote from the top of the page.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Sideshow Bob's quote from the top of the page. But unlike most examples here, [[AtLeastIAdmitIt he admits it.]]
20th May '16 12:51:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Fahrenheit 451}}'': The movie version played this straight by having an announcer read the opening credits instead of putting them on-screen. In a very stylish moment, at the end when Montag is among the Book People, words appear on the screen for the first time to say ''The End''.

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* ''{{Fahrenheit 451}}'': ''Film/Fahrenheit451'': The movie version played this straight by having an announcer read the opening credits instead of putting them on-screen. In a very stylish moment, at the end when Montag is among the Book People, words appear on the screen for the first time to say ''The End''.
19th May '16 12:48:07 PM SteveMB
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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'': General Wade Eiling uses a [[StupidJetpackHitler Nazi]] SuperSoldier serum to turn into a Comicbook/IncredibleHulk {{Expy}} in order to defeat Franchise/{{Superman}} as a show of America's strength. Instead he runs into seven human Leaguers with various trick weapons and completely wipes the floor with them, all the while ranting about how superpowered beings are dangerous. He's eventually called on being the only one present with actual superpowers, and acknowledges that he's become the very thing he seeks to destroy. He then retreats and is never heard from again.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'': General Wade Eiling uses a [[StupidJetpackHitler Nazi]] SuperSoldier serum to turn into a Comicbook/IncredibleHulk {{Expy}} in order to defeat Franchise/{{Superman}} as a show of America's strength. Instead he runs into seven [[BadassNormal human Leaguers Leaguers]] with various trick weapons and completely wipes the floor with them, all the while ranting about how superpowered beings are dangerous. He's eventually called on being the only one present with actual superpowers, and acknowledges that he's become the very thing he seeks to destroy. He then retreats and is never heard from again.
23rd Mar '16 11:35:39 AM nombretomado
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* Especially prevalent in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episodes "200" and "201", in which creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone had to wrestle with ComedyCentral over discussing the Mohammed portrayal controversies; Comedy Central demanded several hoops be jumped through, including censoring the character outright (along with the ending moral [[ComicallyMissingThePoint about how it's wrong to use threats to force an agenda]]). Parker and Stone thus viciously [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] the double standards of the broadcaster, such as mocking several reappearing celebrities and other religious figures without a fuss:

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* Especially prevalent in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episodes "200" and "201", in which creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone had to wrestle with ComedyCentral Creator/ComedyCentral over discussing the Mohammed portrayal controversies; Comedy Central demanded several hoops be jumped through, including censoring the character outright (along with the ending moral [[ComicallyMissingThePoint about how it's wrong to use threats to force an agenda]]). Parker and Stone thus viciously [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] the double standards of the broadcaster, such as mocking several reappearing celebrities and other religious figures without a fuss:
18th Mar '16 10:13:35 PM Hossmeister
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21st Feb '16 8:46:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* One episode of Studio60OnTheSunsetStrip had a flashback to just after September 11, 2001. Matt was writing a sketch making fun of Dick Cheney for having a meeting with Hollywood executives about how they could help the government. Harriet asks Matt what he would do in the same situation if there were a Democrat in the White House. Matt realizes that he'd support the President in that case, but writes the sketch anyway, because "that's the way it goes".

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* One episode of Studio60OnTheSunsetStrip ''Series/Studio60OnTheSunsetStrip'' had a flashback to just after September 11, 2001. Matt was writing a sketch making fun of Dick Cheney for having a meeting with Hollywood executives about how they could help the government. Harriet asks Matt what he would do in the same situation if there were a Democrat in the White House. Matt realizes that he'd support the President in that case, but writes the sketch anyway, because "that's the way it goes".



* From ''Series/{{Hardware}}, when the characters are talking about a customer who they suspect may be building his own makeshift weapon:

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* From ''Series/{{Hardware}}, ''Series/{{Hardware}}'', when the characters are talking about a customer who they suspect may be building his own makeshift weapon:
26th Jan '16 5:51:05 AM TSBasilisk
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* In ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' Momonga is angry enough with [[spoiler:Clementine]] for torturing [[spoiler:Ninya]] to death that he deliberately takes his time destroying her ego before slowly [[CruelAndUnusualDeath crushing her to death]].

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* In ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' Momonga is angry enough with [[spoiler:Clementine]] for torturing [[spoiler:Ninya]] to death that he deliberately takes his time destroying her ego before slowly [[CruelAndUnusualDeath crushing her to death]]. This is despite his earlier claims that he didn't care and would have killed them himself if needed.
24th Jan '16 4:31:48 PM TheSinful
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* While he is uncomfortable with the idea, [[Anime/LoveHina Keitaro]] in ''[[http://anime.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600054314 Tug-of-War]]'' does admit it's hypocritical of him to not want Kitsune or Naru to have sex with other men when they allow (and often encourage) him to have sex with other women.
22nd Jan '16 1:42:51 PM GrammarNavi
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** [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=250 A character]], angered by the delayed release of a ''SuperSmashBros'' game, declares people who miss deadlines should be shot. The strip itself often misses its update deadline: as a nod the characters stare nervously at the FourthWall. The strip came out after a long time with no updates.

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** [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=250 A character]], angered by the delayed release of a ''SuperSmashBros'' ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' game, declares people who miss deadlines should be shot. The strip itself often misses its update deadline: as a nod the characters stare nervously at the FourthWall. The strip came out after a long time with no updates.
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