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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.
6th May '17 4:55:01 PM Golondrina
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* ''{{Unsounded}}'' has Captain Emil Toma and his subordinate, Elka, who both mistakenly believe Duane and Sette to be members of the Red Berry Boys, a gang that kidnaps people, cuts out the organs, and uses the space to smuggle an illegal substance inside them. On the plus side, they're at least also going after actual members of the Red Berry Boys.

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* ''{{Unsounded}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Unsounded}}'' has Captain Emil Toma and his subordinate, Elka, who both mistakenly believe Duane and Sette to be members of the Red Berry Boys, a gang that kidnaps people, cuts out the organs, and uses the space to smuggle an illegal substance inside them. On the plus side, they're at least also going after actual members of the Red Berry Boys.
27th Apr '17 7:22:32 AM StevieG
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** The entire government of Gallifrey is this to The Doctor from as far back as the Second Doctor's story ''Battlefield'' and have escalated to truly monstrous UngratefulBastard levels by ''Face The Raven''. This has come to bite them in the ass, however, because their constant belief that The Doctor conspires against them has him declare "ThenLetMeBeEvil" on the following episode, ''Heaven Sent'', and ''seriously'' tried to do so.

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** The entire government of Gallifrey is this to The Doctor from as far back as the Second Doctor's story ''Battlefield'' ''The War Games'' and have escalated to truly monstrous UngratefulBastard levels by ''Face The Raven''. This has come to bite them in the ass, however, because their constant belief that The Doctor conspires against them has him declare "ThenLetMeBeEvil" on the following episode, ''Heaven Sent'', and ''seriously'' tried to do so.
24th Apr '17 7:32:26 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''ThomasTheTankEngine'' had Thomas run afoul of a particularly over zealous constable who makes a big deal out of Thomas travelling down a tramway without cowcatchers and side plates, [[IdiotHero to which Thomas remarks that he doesn't catch cows]]. The constable marks Thomas as a [[{{Delinquents}} regular law breaker]], despite the fact that his predecessor [[FriendOnTheForce whom Thomas was good friends with]] had no problem with Thomas using that road. Supplementary materials written by the Reverend Awdry explain that the offending officer enforced small laws that none of his peers really cared about.

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* One episode of ''ThomasTheTankEngine'' ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' had Thomas run afoul of a particularly over zealous constable who makes a big deal out of Thomas travelling down a tramway without cowcatchers and side plates, [[IdiotHero to which Thomas remarks that he doesn't catch cows]]. The constable marks Thomas as a [[{{Delinquents}} regular law breaker]], despite the fact that his predecessor [[FriendOnTheForce whom Thomas was good friends with]] had no problem with Thomas using that road. Supplementary materials written by the Reverend Awdry explain that the offending officer enforced small laws that none of his peers really cared about.
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