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2nd Sep '17 12:50:55 PM eowynjedi
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** Earlier, there is an episode where Rimmer is copied, they annoy each other, and eventually Lister just deletes one.
** Rimmer's ForWantOfANail alternate self, [[TheAce Ace Rimmer]].

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** Earlier, there is an episode where This happens to Rimmer is copied, several times. When he has Holly make a copy of himself, they annoy hate each other, and eventually other so much that Lister just deletes one.
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is forced to delete the duplicate. After being stranded on a terraforming world and creating some clones for company, they build their society around his weaselly, petty, and cowardly traits and throw him in the dungeon for not being awful enough. When he meets his parallel-universe self [[TheAce Ace Rimmer]], Rimmer resents him for being so brave, competent, and handsome (and thereby countering Rimmer's ForWantOfANail alternate self, [[TheAce belief that he couldn't help but turn out to be such a smeghead). The disgust is mutual, and after Ace Rimmer]].leaves for more dimensional exploration a text-over states that he never finds a Rimmer as loathsome as this one.
28th Aug '17 10:04:13 AM ProdigalDaughter
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* Music/TaylorSwift's video for "Look What You Made Me Do" ends with a brief sequence of [[UpToEleven fifteen different versions of Swift]] bickering.
24th Aug '17 7:29:21 AM Aomic
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* In "The Wrong Doctors", the later Sixth Doctor finds his earlier sixth incarnation (pre-CharacterDevelopment) to be completely full of himself and likewise, the earlier Sixth Doctor doesn't care much for his calmer self. The ''three'' incarnations of Mel don't get along, however the two travelling with the Doctors have a mutual dislike of the one who apparently never even met the Doctor and is significantly less intelligent, to the point where she is Mel InNameOnly.

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* In "The "[[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho169TheWrongDoctors The Wrong Doctors", Doctors]]", the later Sixth Doctor finds his earlier sixth incarnation (pre-CharacterDevelopment) to be completely full of himself and likewise, the earlier Sixth Doctor doesn't care much for his calmer self. The ''three'' two incarnations of Mel don't get along, however the two travelling with the Doctors have a mutual dislike of the one who apparently never even met the Doctor and is significantly less intelligent, to the point where she is Mel InNameOnly.one punched the other out!
24th Aug '17 7:15:25 AM Aomic
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** In the sole audio adventure "The Two Masters", Crispy!Master ''really'' hates his bald incarnation and calls him "my great enemy", which the 7th Doctor takes offence to. He goes so far as to actively search for the Doctor to enlist him in a revenge plot against his later, hairless incarnation.

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** In the sole multi-Master audio adventure "The Two Masters", Crispy!Master ''really'' hates his bald incarnation and calls him "my great enemy", which the 7th Doctor takes offence to. He goes so far as to actively search for the Doctor to enlist him in a revenge plot against his later, hairless incarnation.
24th Aug '17 7:05:45 AM Aomic
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** In the sole audio adventure "The Two Masters", Crispy!Master ''really'' hates his bald incarnation and calls him "my great enemy", which the 7th Doctor takes offence to. He goes so far as to actively search for the Doctor to enlist him in a revenge plot against his later, hairless incarnation.



** In the sole audio adventure "The Two Masters", Crispy!Master ''really'' hates his bald incarnation and calls him "my great enemy", which the 7th Doctor takes offence to. He goes so far as to actively search for the Doctor to enlist him in a revenge plot against his later, hairless incarnation.




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* The Slim Jim in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpaycWg__vw this 2000 commercial]] clearly doesn't like the other Jims too much.


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* The Slim Jim in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpaycWg__vw this 2000 commercial]] clearly doesn't like the other Jims too much.
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24th Aug '17 7:04:50 AM Aomic
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* In "The Wrong Doctors", the later Sixth Doctor finds his earlier sixth incarnation (pre-CharacterDevelopment) to be completely full of himself and likewise, the earlier Sixth Doctor doesn't care much for his calmer self. The ''three'' incarnations of Mel don't get along, however the two travelling with the Doctors have a mutual dislike of the one who apparently never even met the Doctor and is significantly less intelligent, to the point where she is Mel InNameOnly.
24th Aug '17 6:57:27 AM Aomic
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Across TV, audio and literature, this series has a long history of featuring several incarnations of the Doctor (plus the Master and companions) taking an instant dislike to an earlier, later or alternate version of themselves.

* The ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Literature/NewSeriesAdventures'' novel ''Silhouette'' has a psychic shapeshifter who learns how his victim sees themselves and transforms into someone they'd identify with. When he tries it on the Doctor, he discovers the Time Lord has twelve distinct self-images, and doesn't seem to like any of them much.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E1TheThreeDoctors "The Three Doctors"]] (featuring the first three Doctors), [[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors "The Five Doctors"]] (featuring the first five Doctors), [[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventures29ColdFusion "Cold Fusion"]] (featuring the Fifth and Seventh Doctors) and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E4TheTwoDoctors "The Two Doctors"]] (featuring the Second and Sixth Doctors) all had them fighting and bickering amongst themselves, with "The Three Doctors" being particularly nasty. The Doctor never got along with himself until a [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash mini-episode]] featured the Tenth Doctor meeting the Fifth Doctor, who the Tenth Doctor eventually said was his "favourite". It's somewhat fitting that the Fifth Doctor is the only one who's ever totally gotten along with the others, as the Fifth Doctor is the only one who lacked the arrogance and utter-self-assuredness that permeated all the other regenerations to varying degrees.
** Averted in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]] when the Doctor encounters his Ganger copy, whom he helps to ease through the memories of all his past regenerations at once. And then the two of them start doing everything in tandem, to their delight.
** Played much straighter in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]].
--->'''War Doctor:''' You're my future selves?\\
'''10[[superscript:th]] and 11[[superscript:th]] Doctors:''' '''''YES!'''''\\
'''War Doctor:''' Am I having a midlife crisis?
*** As well as:
---->'''11[[superscript:th]] Doctor:''' I demand to be incarcerated in the Tower of London, along with my co-conspirators, Sand Shoes and Granddad.\\
'''War Doctor:''' (indignant) ''Granddad?!''\\
'''10[[superscript:th]] Doctor:''' They're ''not'' sand shoes!\\
'''War Doctor:''' (glances at 10's feet) Yes, they are.
** It should be noted, however, that not all of the Doctor's relationships are quite so turbulent. Excluding the ''very touchy'' subject of the Time War, Ten and Eleven got along rather swimmingly and were in practically perfect sync, and even the ones that bicker constantly like the Second and Third have been shown to praise each other and work together under the right circumstance.
* Double subverted in the series' only televised ''multi-Master'' episode, "The Doctor Falls". Harold Saxon and Missy get along well enough, apart from one or two minor quips, [[spoiler: only to end up murdering one another once they actually start being ''honest'' about their respective agendas.]]
** In the sole audio adventure "The Two Masters", Crispy!Master ''really'' hates his bald incarnation and calls him "my great enemy", which the 7th Doctor takes offence to. He goes so far as to actively search for the Doctor to enlist him in a revenge plot against his later, hairless incarnation.
* In the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho audio adventure "The Shadow of the Scourge" the Doctor states that inside of his mind sometimes other regenerations (both future and past) show up in "dire times" but all they ''can'' do is turn up their noses at the way he runs things. This is presumably true of all Doctors.



* The ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Literature/NewSeriesAdventures'' novel ''Silhouette'' has a psychic shapeshifter who learns how his victim sees themselves and transforms into someone they'd identify with. When he tries it on the Doctor, he discovers the Time Lord has twelve distinct self-images, and doesn't seem to like any of them much.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'' can play this trope straight or avert it, depending on the story. Many multi-Doctor stories feature current and past regenerations bickering with each other.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E1TheThreeDoctors "The Three Doctors"]] (featuring the first three Doctors), [[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors "The Five Doctors"]] (featuring the first five Doctors) and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E4TheTwoDoctors "The Two Doctors"]] (featuring the Second and Sixth Doctors) all had them fighting and bickering amongst themselves, with "The Three Doctors" being particularly nasty. The Doctor never got along with himself until a [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash mini-episode]] featured the Tenth Doctor meeting the Fifth Doctor, who the Tenth Doctor eventually said was his "favourite". It's somewhat fitting that the Fifth Doctor is the only one who's ever totally gotten along with the others, as the Fifth Doctor is the only one who lacked the arrogance and utter-self-assuredness that permeated all the other regenerations to varying degrees.
** Averted in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]] when the Doctor encounters his Ganger copy, whom he helps to ease through the memories of all his past regenerations at once. And then the two of them start doing everything in tandem, to their delight.
** Played much straighter in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]].
--->'''War Doctor:''' You're my future selves?\\
'''10[[superscript:th]] and 11[[superscript:th]] Doctors:''' '''''YES!'''''\\
'''War Doctor:''' Am I having a midlife crisis?
*** As well as:
---->'''11[[superscript:th]] Doctor:''' I demand to be incarcerated in the Tower of London, along with my co-conspirators, Sand Shoes and Granddad.\\
'''War Doctor:''' (indignant) ''Granddad?!''\\
'''10[[superscript:th]] Doctor:''' They're ''not'' sand shoes!\\
'''War Doctor:''' (glances at 10's feet) Yes, they are.
** It should be noted, however, that not all of the Doctor's relationships are quite so turbulent. Excluding the ''very touchy'' subject of the Time War, Ten and Eleven got along rather swimmingly and were in practically perfect sync, and even the ones that bicker constantly like the Second and Third have been shown to praise each other and work together under the right circumstance.
** Double subverted in the series' only ''multi-Master'' episode, "The Doctor Falls". Harold Saxon and Missy get along well enough, apart from one or two minor quips, [[spoiler: only to end up murdering one another once they actually start being ''honest'' about their respective agendas.]]

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' can play this trope straight or avert it, depending on the story. Many multi-Doctor stories feature current and past regenerations bickering with each other.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E1TheThreeDoctors "The Three Doctors"]] (featuring the first three Doctors), [[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors "The Five Doctors"]] (featuring the first five Doctors) and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E4TheTwoDoctors "The Two Doctors"]] (featuring the Second and Sixth Doctors) all had them fighting and bickering amongst themselves, with "The Three Doctors" being particularly nasty.
other. As a show primarily about time travel, there are plenty of examples of this trope between different incarnations of The Doctor never got along with himself until a [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CiNSTimeCrash mini-episode]] featured the Tenth Doctor meeting the Fifth Doctor, who the Tenth Doctor eventually said was his "favourite". It's somewhat fitting that the Fifth Doctor is the only one who's ever totally gotten along with the others, as the Fifth Doctor is the only one who lacked the arrogance The Master and utter-self-assuredness that permeated all the other regenerations to varying degrees.
** Averted
supporting characters, which can be found in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]] when the Doctor encounters his Ganger copy, whom he helps to ease through the memories of all his past regenerations at once. And then the two of them start doing everything in tandem, to their delight.
** Played much straighter in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]].
--->'''War Doctor:''' You're my future selves?\\
'''10[[superscript:th]] and 11[[superscript:th]] Doctors:''' '''''YES!'''''\\
'''War Doctor:''' Am I having a midlife crisis?
*** As well as:
---->'''11[[superscript:th]] Doctor:''' I demand to be incarcerated in the Tower of London, along with my co-conspirators, Sand Shoes and Granddad.\\
'''War Doctor:''' (indignant) ''Granddad?!''\\
'''10[[superscript:th]] Doctor:''' They're ''not'' sand shoes!\\
'''War Doctor:''' (glances at 10's feet) Yes, they are.
** It should be noted, however, that not all of the Doctor's relationships are quite so turbulent. Excluding the ''very touchy'' subject of the Time War, Ten and Eleven got along rather swimmingly and were in practically perfect sync, and even the ones that bicker constantly like the Second and Third have been shown to praise each other and work together under the right circumstance.
** Double subverted in the series' only ''multi-Master'' episode, "The Doctor Falls". Harold Saxon and Missy get along well enough, apart from one or two minor quips, [[spoiler: only to end up murdering one another once they actually start being ''honest'' about their respective agendas.]]
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* In the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho audio adventure "The Shadow of the Scourge" the Doctor states that inside of his mind sometimes other regenerations (both future and past) show up in "dire times" but all they ''can'' do is turn up their noses at the way he runs things. This is presumably true of all Doctors.
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* In the AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho audio adventure "The Shadow of the Scourge" the Doctor states that inside of his mind sometimes other regenerations (both future and past) show up in "dire times" but all they ''can'' do is turn up their noses at the way he runs things. This is presumably true of all Doctors.
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4th Aug '17 7:59:13 AM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': In the episode "Let's Play Astronauts", the main four go to an AlternateUniverse where Kaeloo's [[HulkingOut transformation]] happens in reverse, Mr. Cat and Quack Quack have each other's personalities and Stumpy is a genius. While Kaeloo, Quack Quack and Mr. Cat hit it off with the other counterparts, Stumpy's math-loving, comic-book hating counterpart annoys him to no end.
18th Jul '17 2:34:40 PM Sharlee
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** Double subverted in the series' only ''multi-Master'' episode, "The Doctor Falls". Harold Saxon and Missy get along swimmingly, apart from one or two minor quips, [[spoiler: only to end up murdering one another once they actually start being ''honest'' about their respective agendas.]]

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** Double subverted in the series' only ''multi-Master'' episode, "The Doctor Falls". Harold Saxon and Missy get along swimmingly, well enough, apart from one or two minor quips, [[spoiler: only to end up murdering one another once they actually start being ''honest'' about their respective agendas.]]
18th Jul '17 2:32:49 PM Sharlee
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** Double subverted in the series' only ''multi-Master'' episode, "The Doctor Falls". Harold Saxon and Missy get along swimmingly, apart from one or two minor quips, [[spoiler: only to end up murdering one another once they actually start being ''honest'' about their respective agendas.]]
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