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24th Jul '16 4:21:46 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied on ''TheChasersWarOnEverything''. In a send-up of a government TV campaign against domestic violence, which showed still images of men with voiceovers about how they are violent towards women, actors complain that they appeared in the ads and now everyone they meet in real life thinks they hit their wives.

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* Parodied on ''TheChasersWarOnEverything''.''Series/TheChasersWarOnEverything''. In a send-up of a government TV campaign against domestic violence, which showed still images of men with voiceovers about how they are violent towards women, actors complain that they appeared in the ads and now everyone they meet in real life thinks they hit their wives.
23rd Jul '16 6:01:01 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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** And, despite Mr. Leichliter's coaching, he's [[BadBadActing still pretty awful at it]], mostly out at protest at the play's morbid new ending.

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** And, despite Mr. Leichliter's coaching, he's [[BadBadActing still pretty awful at it]], mostly out at protest at the play's excessively morbid new ending.
26th Jun '16 5:12:55 PM Quilladin206
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* Jeffery Sr. from WebVideo/McJuggerNuggets.
21st Jun '16 3:24:57 AM TheBuddy26
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21st Jun '16 3:24:45 AM TheBuddy26
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Occurrences of this trope in RealLife go [[RealLife/MeanCharacterNiceActor here]].

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12th Jun '16 4:43:51 PM ShorinBJ
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* Larry Kubiak from ''Series/ParkerLewisCantLose'' is one. Being a huge, somewhat dim kid in high-school, Kubiak plays up his size and meanness so others won't pick on him. However, he frequently helps the heroes, and is a decent guy at heart, provided you don't get between him and anything edible.


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* Larry Linville of ''Series/{{MASH}} played the jerkass Frank Burns, but was said by his castmates to be the nicest man in the world.
8th May '16 5:09:54 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''HeyArnold'' episode "Eugene, Eugene!", Arnold performs as the BigBad of the titular play. This is a kid who has helped Mr. Hyunh reunite with his long-lost daughter after the two were separated during the VietnamWar.

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* In the ''HeyArnold'' ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Eugene, Eugene!", Arnold performs as the BigBad of the titular play. This is a kid who has helped Mr. Hyunh reunite with his long-lost daughter after the two were separated during the VietnamWar.
4th May '16 11:35:27 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', the Stakes of Purgatory are ruthless and very much capable of killing in cold blood. Behind the scenes, they're not so bad - we see Beelzebub and Battler playfully fighting over Ronove's baking early in Episode 4, and let's not get into them gushing and squeeing over cute little Sakutaro.

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* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', the Stakes of Purgatory are ruthless and very much capable of killing in cold blood. Behind the scenes, they're not so bad - we see Beelzebub and Battler playfully fighting over Ronove's baking early in Episode 4, and let's not get into them gushing and squeeing over cute little Sakutaro.
29th Apr '16 10:28:12 AM Elan
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** The Phantom of Krankor from Film/PrinceOfSpace (who the characters just call Krankor) shows up in two episodes. In the first he's merely there to assist Mike with a good natured prank. In the second he ''does'' act like a villain at first, but is so touched when the characters are pleased to see him that he relents, accepts hugs, cries TearsOfJoy, and leaves peacefully.
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