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29th Mar '18 10:31:02 AM MadCat221
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* [=McGee=], of ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', wrote a novel somewhat based on people he knew. As each member of the team learned about how their counterpart was portrayed, they took offense at the idea. Tim made it ''very'' clear that the fictional versions weren't the same, but almost everyone said [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial methinks thou doth protest too much.]] Except Gibbs, who didn't mind because "Special Agent Tibbs" was [[MemeticBadass awesomeness incarnate]], [[ILoveTheDead did not have sex with cadavers]], and was not shipped with the counterpart of another agent because [[ShipperOnDeck McGee thought they'd make a nice couple]].

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* [=McGee=], of ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', wrote a novel somewhat based on [[WriteWhatYouKnow people he knew.knew]]. As each member of the team learned about how their counterpart was portrayed, they took offense at the idea. Tim made it ''very'' clear that the fictional versions weren't the same, but almost everyone said [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial methinks thou doth protest too much.]] Except Gibbs, who didn't mind because "Special Agent Tibbs" was [[MemeticBadass awesomeness incarnate]], [[ILoveTheDead did not have sex with cadavers]], and was not shipped with the counterpart of another agent because [[ShipperOnDeck McGee thought they'd make a nice couple]].
25th Mar '18 10:01:58 AM fighwitt
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/HellsisterTrilogy'', ComicBook/LexLuthor of Earth-One can't stand his Earth-Two counterpart; as far as he's concerned, the other Luthor is an ingrate who hasn't gone through his same losses and is unable to appreciate how lucky he is.
-->"Listen now to Luthor of Earth-One," said Brainiac, whose face resembled nothing less than a metallic death's-head. "He shall be our field commander. We have the worlds within our grasp. It is our time, now."\\
"Wait one bloody second!", said one attendee, an older man with red hair. "Who appointed that second-rate lab-rat our spokesman?"\\
Lex Luthor of Earth-One turned, his warsuit primed for action. He recognized the voice. It was his Earth-Two counterpart, the older Luthor who had fought that Earth's Superman. His Man of Steel was dead now, killed in the Crisis. He had never lost his hair. He had never lost a wife or son. On top of that, he had even worked with the Earth-One Luthor, in a joint effort against the two Supermen.\\
The man was a damned ingrate, and Lex was fully in favor of wiping him out with an energy bolt.
21st Mar '18 8:31:46 PM thatother1dude
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* In ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'', Rick's ability to travel through alternate universes and the general trend of the various versions of him pissing off those in power has resulted in thousands of his alternate selves forming the Council of Ricks, a governing body meant to police themselves. The protagonist Rick hates these Ricks, as they essentially BecameTheirOwnAntithesis.
** S2E7 "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez" has Beth and Jerry go to alien marriage counseling which shows couples how the other sees them... by turning their clones into monsters. Then they show how to make their relationship work and have the monsters love each other. Beth and Jerry's monsters are a giant insect and a spineless and worse they're codependent! The only way they could stop them is creating a Goddess Beth to kill them. [[spoiler: It should come as no surprise that Beth and Jerry divorce.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'', ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'':
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Rick's ability to travel through alternate universes and the general trend of the various versions of him pissing off those in power has resulted in thousands of his alternate selves forming the Council of Ricks, a governing body meant to police themselves. The protagonist Rick hates these Ricks, as they they're people who hated government that essentially BecameTheirOwnAntithesis.
** S2E7 "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez" has Beth and Jerry go to alien marriage counseling which shows couples how the other sees them... by turning their clones into monsters.[[{{Tulpa}} creating a monster out of each partner's perception of the other]]. Then they show how to make their relationship work and have the monsters love each other. Beth and Jerry's monsters are a giant insect and a spineless and worse worm--and worse, they're codependent! codependent, which allowed them to escape! The only way they could stop them is creating a Goddess Beth to kill them. [[spoiler: It should come as no surprise that Beth and Jerry divorce.]]
25th Feb '18 11:51:20 AM Materioptikon
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** S2E7 "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez" has Beth and Jerry go to alien marriage counseling which shows couples how the other sees them... by turning their clones into monsters. Then they show how to make their relationship work and have the monsters love each other. Beth and Jerry's monsters are a giant insect and a spineless and worse they're codependent! The only way they could stop them is creating a Goddess Beth to kill them. [[spoiler: It should come as no surprise that Beth and Jerry divorce.]]



* Shows up in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' with the protagonist Rick never getting along with any of the other Ricks that work for the Council of Ricks but seeing how Rick is a selfish, arrogant, and heartless sociopath this should be a given (and saying something).
** S2E7 "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez" has Beth and Jerry go to alien marriage counseling which shows couples how the other sees them... by turning their clones into monsters. Then they show how to make their relationship work and have the monsters love each other. Beth and Jerry's monsters are a giant insect and a spineless and worse they're codependent! The only way they could stop them is creating a Goddess Beth to kill them. [[spoiler: It should come as no surprise that Beth and Jerry divorce.]]
18th Feb '18 6:25:31 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* Shows up in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' with the protagonist Rick never getting along with any of the other Ricks that work for the Council of Ricks but seeing how Rick is a selfish, arrogant, and heartless sociopath this should be a given (and saying something).
** S2E7 "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez" has Beth and Jerry go to alien marriage counseling which shows couples how the other sees them... by turning their clones into monsters. Then they show how to make their relationship work and have the monsters love each other. Beth and Jerry's monsters are a giant insect and a spineless and worse they're codependent! The only way they could stop them is creating a Goddess Beth to kill them. [[spoiler: It should come as no surprise that Beth and Jerry divorce.]]
27th Jan '18 10:33:49 AM StarTropes
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* On ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', after Weyoun clone #5 is killed in a TeleporterAccident (at least, they never proved that it ''wasn't'' an accident), Weyoun 6 defects to TheFederation. Weyoun 7 is pissed at him for betraying the Dominion and shaming the Weyoun line.
16th Jan '18 11:39:05 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'' revisits the MirrorUniverse. While few characters actually encounter their doubles, Tilly is visibly uncomfortable with playing the part of her EvilDoppelganger, who is a mass-murdering psychopath. In the one case, where a character encounters his double, [[spoiler:Prime!Voq's personality finally reawakens in Tyler's body, causing him to attack Mirror!Voq for the perceived betrayal of Klingon values]].

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* ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'' revisits the MirrorUniverse. While few characters actually encounter their doubles, Tilly is visibly uncomfortable with playing the part of her EvilDoppelganger, who is a mass-murdering psychopath. Ditto for Burnham, when she's forced to play an her equally-terrible double nearly 24/7. In the one case, where a character encounters his double, [[spoiler:Prime!Voq's personality finally reawakens in Tyler's body, causing him to attack Mirror!Voq for the perceived betrayal of Klingon values]].
16th Jan '18 11:37:54 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'' revisits the MirrorUniverse. While few characters actually encounter their doubles, Tilly is visibly uncomfortable with playing the part of her EvilDoppelganger, who is a mass-murdering psychopath. In the one case, where a character encounters his double, [[spoiler:Prime!Voq's personality finally reawakens in Tyler's body, causing him to attack Mirror!Voq for the perceived betrayal of Klingon values]].
16th Jan '18 11:33:24 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode [[Recap/StargateAtlantisS03E08McKayAndMrsMiller "McKay and Mrs. Miller"]], an alternate universe version of Rodney [=McKay=] appears. This version is charming, extroverted and socially skilled. The regular Rodney ends up disliking him because everyone seems to like him better. At the end of the episode Teyla, Sheppard, and Ronan reveal that they weren't terribly fond of the alt-universe Rodney, either.

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* In the ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode [[Recap/StargateAtlantisS03E08McKayAndMrsMiller "McKay and Mrs. Miller"]], an alternate universe version of Rodney [=McKay=] appears. This version is charming, extroverted and socially skilled. The regular Rodney ends up disliking him because everyone seems to like him better. At the end of the episode Teyla, Sheppard, and Ronan reveal that they weren't terribly fond of the alt-universe Rodney, either. Interestingly, "Rod" actually envies Rodney, claiming that the latter doesn't care what people think about him, while the former is too socially-conscious to do that.
3rd Jan '18 5:18:19 PM nombretomado
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* A similar situation exists in ''TheHeroesOfOlympus''. Mostly the gods are content to let their Roman personalities take over when talking to Romans, but when Greeks and Romans start interacting with them at the same time they get splitting (almost literally) headaches. The most extreme example is Athena; an old grudge with the Romans means she seriously resents having to become the [[{{Chickification}} Chickified]] Minerva.

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* A similar situation exists in ''TheHeroesOfOlympus''.''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus''. Mostly the gods are content to let their Roman personalities take over when talking to Romans, but when Greeks and Romans start interacting with them at the same time they get splitting (almost literally) headaches. The most extreme example is Athena; an old grudge with the Romans means she seriously resents having to become the [[{{Chickification}} Chickified]] Minerva.
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