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8th Sep '17 6:45:00 PM marcoasalazarm
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* Henry Burke in ''Film/RaceToWitchMountain'', a [[TheMenInBlack Men in Black]]-type government operative, whose job is to hunt down and capture the two aliens running around - he doesn't care if the aliens appear to be human teenagers.

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* Henry Burke in ''Film/RaceToWitchMountain'', a [[TheMenInBlack Men in Black]]-type government operative, whose job is to hunt down and capture the two aliens running around - he doesn't care if the aliens appear to be human teenagers. Or if, y'know, letting them go would be what prevents the AlienInvasion that is being planned back on their home planet from actually happening.
13th Aug '17 6:20:02 AM Eilevgmyhren
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** When Javert, in a particular scene, asks to be resigned from his duty because he thought Madeleine was Valjean, something he adamantly ''resists'' believing because "Madeleine" is an authority person (from his perspective), Valjean/Madeleine promptly asks him to go back to work, ''because he understands what an excellent policeman Javert initially is''.
25th Jun '17 9:14:44 AM nombretomado
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* Hobbs in ''[[TheFastAndTheFurious Fast Five]]'' is characterized this way until [[spoiler:he decides to help Dom because his team was killed and he wants revenge. After an EnemyMine for a day or two, he gives Dom a mercy lead]].

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* Hobbs in ''[[TheFastAndTheFurious Fast Five]]'' ''Film/FastFive'' is characterized this way until [[spoiler:he decides to help Dom because his team was killed and he wants revenge. After an EnemyMine for a day or two, he gives Dom a mercy lead]].
30th May '17 6:33:12 PM nombretomado
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%%%* Danny Concannon, ''TheWestWing'', although he doesn't actually believe the White House is crooked -- he's just making sure it doesn't ''get'' crooked.

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%%%* Danny Concannon, ''TheWestWing'', ''Series/TheWestWing'', although he doesn't actually believe the White House is crooked -- he's just making sure it doesn't ''get'' crooked.
27th May '17 11:08:19 AM nombretomado
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%%%* Jan Bublanski in ''[[TheMillenniumTrilogy The Girl Who Played with Fire]]''.

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%%%* Jan Bublanski in ''[[TheMillenniumTrilogy ''[[Literature/TheMillenniumTrilogy The Girl Who Played with Fire]]''.
17th May '17 12:06:03 PM Akaihiryuu
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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a digital copy of the novel while discussing it (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing, saying it is too sprawling for her taste.

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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a digital copy of the novel while discussing how to use it to thwart Eddington's plans (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing, saying it is too sprawling for her taste.
17th May '17 12:05:17 PM Akaihiryuu
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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a digital copy of the novel while discussing it (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing.

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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a digital copy of the novel while discussing it (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing.writing, saying it is too sprawling for her taste.
17th May '17 12:04:27 PM Akaihiryuu
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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a copy of the novel while discussing it (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing.

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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a digital copy of the novel while discussing it (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing.
16th May '17 6:58:43 PM Akaihiryuu
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** [[Literature/LesMiserables The trope namer]] is explicitly discussed in the episode. Sisko and Dax read a copy of the novel while discussing it (since Eddington sees himself as Valjean specifically as he has also read the novel), and Dax says she is not a fan of Victor Hugo's writing.
10th May '17 10:58:34 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheSpiritThief'', Miranda is an agent of the Spirit Court tasked with hunting down the main character, Eli, and she's practically obsessed with her task, trying to capture the man even when she's kicked out of the Spirit Court or in the middle of enemy territory. She loses the attitude once the MythArc takes over and she decides she's just being petty at this point.
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