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7th Nov '17 9:51:00 AM ChronoLegion
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* Harry Mudd in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery''. Unlike the LovableRogue he would become in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', this younger version of him is perfectly happy to spy on his cellmates for the Klingons and steal their food. Later on, he goes murder-happy all over the ''Discovery'' and [[spoiler:spends 53 of his GroundhogDayLoop cycles killing Lorca in increasingly creative (and painful) ways]]. It seems initially that he's just pining for his lost love Stella, but it's eventually revealed that he ''ran away'' from Stella, as he only wanted her father's money.

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* Harry Mudd in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery''. Unlike the LovableRogue he would become in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', this younger version of him is perfectly happy to spy on his cellmates for the Klingons and steal their food. Later on, he goes murder-happy all over the ''Discovery'' and [[spoiler:spends 53 54 of his GroundhogDayLoop cycles killing Lorca in increasingly creative (and painful) ways]]. It seems initially that he's just pining for his lost love Stella, but it's eventually revealed that he ''ran away'' from Stella, as he only wanted her father's money.
7th Nov '17 9:50:32 AM ChronoLegion
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* Harry Mudd in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery''. Unlike the LovableRogue he would become in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', this younger version of him is perfectly happy to spy on his cellmates for the Klingons and steal their food. Later on, he goes murder-happy all over the ''Discovery'' and [[spoiler:spends 53 of his GroundhogDayLoop cycles killing Lorca in increasingly creative (and painful) ways]]. It seems initially that he's just pining for his lost love Stella, but it's eventually revealed that he ''ran away'' from Stella, as he only wanted her father's money.
27th Oct '17 3:57:19 PM 313Bluestreak
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** As a result of Flanderiztion, Mr.Krabs becomes one post-movie. His quick rich schemes become more and more illegal, he treat everyone like shit (including Spongebob and his own daughter) and will even chops off a man's hand for a penny. One comic issue had him playing psychology on Spongebob; by calling Spongebob lazy in an effort to make him work even harder. The poor guy had to sell his pineapple, renovate the entire restaurant and even turns his body into a kitchen and Mr.Krabs still pretends to threaten to replace him with a worm that had a spatula attached to its tail.

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** As a result of Flanderiztion, Mr.{{Flanderization}}, Mr. Krabs becomes one post-movie. His quick rich schemes become more and more illegal, he treat everyone like shit (including Spongebob and his own daughter) and will even chops off a man's hand for a penny. One comic issue had him playing psychology on Spongebob; by calling Spongebob lazy in an effort to make him work even harder. The poor guy had to sell his pineapple, renovate the entire restaurant and even turns his body into a kitchen and Mr. Krabs still pretends to threaten to replace him with a worm that had a spatula attached to its tail.tail.
** Patrick was this in "Yours, Mine, and Mine". When [=SpongeBob=] offers to pay for Patrick's meal when he couldn't afford it, Patrick behaves like a jerk by using [=SpongeBob=]'s money to pay it without his consent, eating the meal without sharing it with him, and refused to share a toy with him through the episode, even going as far as to eat it just so [=SpongeBob=] couldn't have it. After Mr. Krabs resolves the two's fighting by offering two Krabby Patty toys, Patrick decides the money is "all on him this time", and takes [=SpongeBob=]'s money again and says hypocritically "Have you learned nothing about sharing?"
20th Oct '17 3:44:39 PM NNinja
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* Dio from ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward''. He's an asshole, everyone knows this. He does have a few apparent PetTheDog moments like his apparent care for Quark after [[spoiler: he caught Radical-6]], but it's all just a facade. In reality [[spoiler: he's even ''worse'' than he appaeared. Not only he murdered the old lady to get into the Nonary Game but he also set up the charges to blow up the whole facility.]]
20th Oct '17 12:54:54 PM BeerBaron
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* Master Neloth in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'''s ''Dragonborn'' DLC. He's an InsufferableGenius and magical MadScientist who truly believes [[ItsAllAboutMe Its All About Him]], and even believes that the ''return of the Dragons'' is an attempt to kill him by one of his many enemies. Much of what he does is simply ForScience and he has [[DudeWheresMyRespect very little respect]] for any other mortal, including a world-saving hero like [[PlayerCharacter the Dragonborn]], who is forced to aid him significantly in the DLC's main quest. If you visit him after ending the DLC questline, he will immediately examine you to ensure you don't have any remains of [[spoiler:[[EldritchAbomination Hermaeus Mora]]]]'s influence. When you answer him he doesn't need to worry about you, he will quiclky respond that he wasn't worried, just ''interested''.
19th Oct '17 4:56:15 AM Ulrik54
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Well, yeah, turns out that isn't really true. There's a perfectly selfish explanation for why he saved the busload of burning orphans - they're his secret team of kid snitches. And now [[BadSamaritan he's going to get a good laugh at your expense for ever thinking he could be so noble]].

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Well, yeah, [[WellThisIsNotThatTrope turns out that isn't really true.true]]. There's a perfectly selfish explanation for why he saved the busload of burning orphans - they're his secret team of kid snitches. And now [[BadSamaritan he's going to get a good laugh at your expense for ever thinking he could be so noble]].
21st Sep '17 8:54:54 PM PsyckoSama
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* From the looks of things this applies to the Emperor of Mankind himself in ''Warhammer40000'', the ''HorusHeresy'' novel ''Master of Mankind'' in particular. In it he is callous and uncaring, his affection for his sons being just an act to maintain their loyalty while mentally he refers to them by their legion numbers.
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9th Sep '17 9:21:19 PM IncredibleFulk1
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* ''Series/TrueBlood'' has Maxine Fortenberry. Once in a while, she'll show her soft side; such as genuinely loving Tommy and attended his funeral and consoled his brother Sam. But Maxine is a very cruel racist person who would rather kill a non-human (vampire, shifter, etc.) with a big smile on her face when given a chance, regardless of who they are. Such as Sam whom she sold out and attempted to murder with the rioting townsfolk in Season 7; despite telling him that he is part of the family a few seasons ago.
1st Sep '17 3:02:15 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** The bullies (Jimbo, Kearney, and Dolph) sometimes go as far to almost killing Bart.
1st Sep '17 2:59:43 PM FF32
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%%* In ''BeavisAndButtHead'', this trope is played strongly in characters like Butthead himself, Todd and Coach Buzzcut.

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%%* In ''BeavisAndButtHead'', ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead'', this trope is played strongly in characters like Butthead himself, Todd and Coach Buzzcut.
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