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7th Feb '16 8:07:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TotalRecall2070'': The main characters, including Hume and Farve, work for the CPB (Citizens' Protection Bureau), a civilian agency that deals with general criminal investigations. Calley represents the Assessor's Office, another agency that has official oversight over the Consortium, the five most powerful {{Mega Corp}}s. At times the interests of the CPB and the Assessor's office would conflict and Calley would run his own investigation behind the detectives' backs.
5th Feb '16 9:52:16 AM Korval
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* Having two anti-virus softwares on your computer at once can cause a digital version of this. It's not too uncommon for them to label the other a virus, and attempt to delete each other.
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* Having two anti-virus softwares on your computer at once can cause a digital version of this. It's AV software tends to have to do things like read the contents of random files, monitor access to critical system files, and generally interpose itself between applications and the system. Which is something that a lot of ''viruses'' do. As such, it's not too uncommon for them to label the other a virus, and attempt to delete each other.
23rd Jan '16 1:20:57 PM nighttrainfm
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* In ''Film/TheAvengers'', the World Security Council berates ComicBook/NickFury for handing over Loki to [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] to "face Asgardian justice" instead of letting him be tried on Earth as a war criminal. Fury replies by saying that he didn't ''give'' Loki to Thor, he just didn't see fit to start an argument with a demi-god over the matter.
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* In ''Film/TheAvengers'', ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', the World Security Council berates ComicBook/NickFury for handing over Loki to [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] to "face Asgardian justice" instead of letting him be tried on Earth as a war criminal. Fury replies by saying that he didn't ''give'' Loki to Thor, he just didn't see fit to start an argument with a demi-god over the matter.
16th Jan '16 10:19:32 PM HeraldAlberich
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* Creator/MattStover's novelization of ''Franchise/StarWars -- Episode III: Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' describes an argument between Anakin Skywalker and the Jedi Council over who commands the Grand Army of the Republic after Palpatine is given oversight of the Jedi Council. When argument breaks out after Anakin clarifies that with his new powers, Palpatine is now Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, Yoda states "Pointless it is, to squabble over jurisdiction." ([[spoiler:Yoda couldn't have been more wrong -- Palpatine's gaining direct control over the clones was exactly what allowed him to order them to execute Order 66, the order that wiped out almost all of the Jedi.]])
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* Creator/MattStover's novelization of ''Franchise/StarWars -- Episode III: Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' ''Literature/RevengeOfTheSith'' describes an argument between Anakin Skywalker and the Jedi Council over who commands the Grand Army of the Republic after Palpatine is given oversight of the Jedi Council. When argument breaks out after Anakin clarifies that with his new powers, Palpatine is now Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, Yoda states "Pointless it is, to squabble over jurisdiction." ([[spoiler:Yoda couldn't have been be more wrong -- Palpatine's wrong--Palpatine's gaining direct control over the clones was is exactly what allowed allows him to order them to execute Order 66, the order that wiped wipes out almost all of the Jedi.]])
15th Jan '16 9:25:57 PM foxley
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* In ''Literature/TheCrownerJohnMysteries'' (set in medieval Exeter), there is constant tension between the coroner Sir John de Wolfe and his brother-in-law the Sheriff over who actually has jurisdiction over a particular crime. It gets worse when the crime involves the Church, and so might fall under the jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Court.
12th Jan '16 9:48:51 AM GuyIncog
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* Occurs within the LAPD in ''Film/GoneInSixtySeconds2000''. The HeroAntagonist detectives are with the Auto Theft Division and take flak from a Homicide detective when they try to investigate Raymond Calitri. Said detective confiscates their files on him and orders them to stay away. -->'''Homicide detective''': Raymond Calitri is going down for ''murder''...
10th Jan '16 4:48:33 PM DrOO7
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** They also occasionally clash with detectives from other departments. In "Countdown", while searching for an 8 year old who's been kidnapped and has only three days before she's murdered, they discover that the perpetrator is a SerialKiller with victims from all over the city. The detectives who handled the case of the Brooklyn girl outright refuse to cooperate because of the underhanded way Benson and Stabler got their files, until the latter pair remind them that yet another little girl is going to die if they don't help.
18th Dec '15 4:10:30 PM Discar
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Mac Guffin Girl is no longer a trope.
* A big part of early episodes of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'', in which CIA agent Sarah and NSA agent Casey have to work together with [[MacGuffinGirl MacGuffin Guy]] Chuck. This fades in later episodes to the point where the writers seem to forget that Sarah and Casey work for two different agencies.
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* A big part of early episodes of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'', in which CIA agent Sarah and NSA agent Casey have to work together with [[MacGuffinGirl MacGuffin Guy]] Chuck. This fades in later episodes to the point where the writers seem to forget that Sarah and Casey work for two different agencies.
11th Dec '15 9:33:51 AM Veanne
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* The two space authorities of ''Webcomic/{{Galaxion}}'', [[SpaceNavy IP]] and [[MildlyMilitary TerSA]] do not get along. At all.
18th Nov '15 2:46:34 AM konekootome
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* In ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' fanfic ''FanFic/ImGivingYouANightCall'': The murder of Sergeant Matthew Halsey puts in the investigation in the hands of both the police and the military much to Edís ire, especially since the military liaison is his ex, who heís avoiding.
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* In ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'' fanfic fanfic ''FanFic/ImGivingYouANightCall'': The murder of Sergeant Matthew Halsey puts in the investigation in the hands of both the police and the military much to Edís ire, especially since the military liaison is his ex, who heís avoiding.
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