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8th Feb '16 9:20:49 PM gophergiggles
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* Subverted in ''Film/SuperTroopers'' with Foster. He swings by the police station with some important files and seems adamant about giving them to a ''male'' police officer rather than Ursula. It turns out the folder is empty and he was asking for the males because he wanted to make sure she was the only one there so he could [[DoggedNiceGuy try and romance her.]]
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* Subverted in ''Film/SuperTroopers'' with Foster. He swings by the police station with some important files and seems adamant about giving them to a ''male'' police officer rather than Ursula. It turns out the folder is empty and he was asking for the males because she's the only female police officer and he wanted to make sure she no one else was the only one there around so he could [[DoggedNiceGuy try and romance her.]]
7th Feb '16 2:07:07 PM BattleMaster
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* Ashley Williams from ''Franchise/MassEffect'', although less in the sense of hatred than a refusal to completely trust or rely on them. She appears to have her reasons for disliking aliens, as her grandfather was commander of the Shanxi garrison during the FirstContact War, and her whole family was blacklisted in the military as a result. She also apparently spent next to no time in space, and was forced into planetary garrison duty on safe, human-populated worlds, so she's had no contact with aliens prior to joining Shepard's crew. If the player is feeling indifferent to the topic of aliens, she'll get over her issues on her own. ** ''Everybody'' from ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'' but the pilot, the Captain, and an especially-Paragon Shepard has at least one group they act like this towards.
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* *''Franchise/MassEffect'': ** Ashley Williams from ''Franchise/MassEffect'', Williams, although less in the sense of hatred than a refusal to completely trust or rely on them. She appears to have her reasons for disliking aliens, as her grandfather was commander of the Shanxi garrison during the FirstContact War, and her whole family was blacklisted in the military as a result. She also apparently spent next to no time in space, and was forced into planetary garrison duty on safe, human-populated worlds, so she's had no contact with aliens prior to joining Shepard's crew. If the player is feeling indifferent to the topic of aliens, she'll get over her issues on her own. ** ''Everybody'' from ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'' but the pilot, the Captain, and an especially-Paragon Shepard has at least one group they act like Garrus starts out as this towards.as well, demonstrated especially by his tendency to make YouAreACreditToYourRace statements to Wrex and Tali.
8th Dec '15 1:06:47 AM Anicomicgeek
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* In ''Series/{{Supergirl 2015}}'', Hank Henshaw is shown to have a distrust of aliens, though he is willingly to work with Supergirl to bring in more dangerous criminals. [[spoiler: Then again, the real Henshaw wasn't so noble and is dead, and the "Henshaw" Supergirl's been working with is the ComicBook/MartianMahunter and hence this is a disguise.]]
26th Nov '15 5:51:54 PM nombretomado
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* Lieutenant Burke from ''SandmanMysteryTheatre'' probably qualifies.
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* Lieutenant Burke from ''SandmanMysteryTheatre'' ''ComicBook/SandmanMysteryTheatre'' probably qualifies.
6th Nov '15 4:06:40 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted, played straight, lampshaded and deconstructed in TheQuestion #15.
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* Subverted, played straight, lampshaded and deconstructed in TheQuestion ComicBook/TheQuestion #15.
7th Sep '15 11:06:28 AM nombretomado
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* On those occasions when Imperials in the StarWarsExpandedUniverse are portrayed as something other than a bunch of not-really-Imperial people who switch sides immediately, they fall into this trope. Admiral Pellaeon might be the best example, both before and after the truce. One of the authors in the NewJediOrder gave him an extremely {{Narm}}-ish tract crudely connecting his governing style with gardening, and how one must weed and pinch errant buds.
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* On those occasions when Imperials in the StarWarsExpandedUniverse are portrayed as something other than a bunch of not-really-Imperial people who switch sides immediately, they fall into this trope. Admiral Pellaeon might be the best example, both before and after the truce. One of the authors in the NewJediOrder Literature/NewJediOrder gave him an extremely {{Narm}}-ish tract crudely connecting his governing style with gardening, and how one must weed and pinch errant buds.
19th Jul '15 11:03:16 PM gophergiggles
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* Subverted in ''Film/SuperTroopers'' with Foster. He swings by the police station with some important files and seems adamant about giving them to a ''male'' police officer rather than Ursula. It turns out the folder is empty and he was asking for the males because he wanted to make sure she was the only one there so he could [[DoggedNiceGuy try and romance her.]]
10th Jun '15 4:11:06 AM Morgenthaler
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YMMV sinkhole.
* Henry Oakes from ''Film/{{Narc}}'', for several reasons; not the least of which is that his "daughter" is actually a girl he had rescued from her sexually abusive father, after putting her in a squad car and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome beating the ever-lovin' shit out of her dad]].
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* Henry Oakes from ''Film/{{Narc}}'', for several reasons; not the least of which is that his "daughter" is actually a girl he had rescued from her sexually abusive father, after putting her in a squad car and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beating the ever-lovin' shit out of her dad]].
17th May '15 9:58:20 PM nombretomado
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* Det./Sgt. Andy Sipowicz from ''NYPDBlue''. ** Who was an {{Expy}} of Det. Norman Buntz of ''HillStreetBlues'' (both played by Dennis Franz)
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* Det./Sgt. Andy Sipowicz from ''NYPDBlue''. ''Series/NYPDBlue''. ** Who was an {{Expy}} of Det. Norman Buntz of ''HillStreetBlues'' ''Series/HillStreetBlues'' (both played by Dennis Franz)

* Officer Maurice "Bosco" Boscorelli from ''ThirdWatch''.
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* Officer Maurice "Bosco" Boscorelli from ''ThirdWatch''.''Series/ThirdWatch''.
28th Apr '15 9:51:44 AM nombretomado
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* FBI agent Seeley Booth in ''{{Bones}}'' is generally a nice guy with no apparent bigotry, but he displays contempt toward the [[BondageIsBad BDSM]] and [[BasementDweller Fantasy Role-Playing]] subcultures, as well as [[BlackMagic Voodoo]] practitioners (although the Voodoo episode treated the religion realistically and avoided HollywoodVoodoo.)
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* FBI agent Seeley Booth in ''{{Bones}}'' ''Series/{{Bones}}'' is generally a nice guy with no apparent bigotry, but he displays contempt toward the [[BondageIsBad BDSM]] and [[BasementDweller Fantasy Role-Playing]] subcultures, as well as [[BlackMagic Voodoo]] practitioners (although the Voodoo episode treated the religion realistically and avoided HollywoodVoodoo.)
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