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5th Feb '16 5:09:01 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond,'' Terry takes Bruce to see ''Batman: The Musical'' for his birthday. Terry finds the jolly, musical Batman to be great fun. Bruce is...not impressed.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond,'' ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond,'': ** Terry takes Bruce to see ''Batman: The Musical'' for his birthday. Terry finds the jolly, musical Batman to be great fun. Bruce is...not impressed.impressed. ** This version of Bruce is also quite annoyed when he meets the younger version of himself in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' and sees the younger Batman brutally interrogate a criminal using a crowbar. "I can't believe I was ever this green," says the elder version. He takes the crowbar and moves towards the crook, threateningly. "''This'' is how you interrogate a perp."
28th Jan '16 3:05:00 PM MarkLungo
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27th Jan '16 11:37:53 PM LancelotG
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--> '''Dipper:''' ''(pounding his fists on the table)'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I hate him. So. Much!]]
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--> '''Dipper:''' ''(pounding his fists on the table)'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis I hate him. So. Much!]]Much!]]''
27th Jan '16 11:37:11 PM LancelotG
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape from Reality", Dipper discovers that his sister Mabel has been trapped by Bill Cipher in a LotusEaterMachine that creates a wildly-colorful SugarBowl of a "perfect world". This includes "Dippy Fresh", a "back-up" Dipper with a TotallyRadical attitude that quickly drives the original Dipper up the wall.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape from Reality", Dipper discovers that his sister Mabel has been trapped by Bill Cipher in a LotusEaterMachine that creates a wildly-colorful SugarBowl of a "perfect world". This includes "Dippy Fresh", Fresh," a "back-up" Dipper with a TotallyRadical attitude that quickly drives the original Dipper up the wall.wall. --> '''Dipper:''' ''(pounding his fists on the table)'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I hate him. So. Much!]]
15th Jan '16 5:34:40 AM Malitia
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* In ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'', [[spoiler:Old!Loki]] has nothing but contempt for the new, younger Loki who is on a quest to redeem themself and escape their role as the villain of the tale. When the two finally meet face to face, they [[DidYouActuallyBelieve mock]] younger Loki [[spoiler: and reveal that they'll never stop being the villain BecauseDestinySaysSo]].
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* Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}}: ** In ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'', [[spoiler:Old!Loki]] has nothing but contempt for the new, younger Loki who is on a quest to redeem themself and escape their role as the villain of the tale. When the two finally meet face to face, they [[DidYouActuallyBelieve mock]] younger Loki [[spoiler: and reveal that they'll never stop being the villain BecauseDestinySaysSo]].

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* In ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'', [[spoiler:Old!Loki]] has nothing but contempt for ** When reintroduced in ''Comicbook/{{Thor 2014}}'' the new, younger jerk does a Loki who is on a quest to redeem themself and escape their role as trademark MesACrowd with the villain twist of the tale. When the two finally meet face to face, they [[DidYouActuallyBelieve mock]] younger Loki [[spoiler: and reveal that they'll never stop all copies being different versions of themself. ''It literally devolves into a Loki fight'' over how much the villain BecauseDestinySaysSo]].others suck ("I'm beginning to hate myself.").
2nd Jan '16 4:41:28 AM Wymar
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* Whenever there are two versions of Bowser in a Mario RPG, expect this trope to come into play. ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'' mixes this trope with MyFutureSelfAndMe when Baby Bowser and adult Bowser meet, but ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam'' plays it more straight with [[VideoGame/PaperMario Paper Bowser]] and [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi "regular" Bowser]].
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* Whenever there are two versions of Bowser in a Mario RPG, expect this trope to come into play. ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'' mixes this trope with MyFutureSelfAndMe when Baby Bowser and adult Bowser meet, but ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam'' plays it more straight with [[VideoGame/PaperMario Paper Bowser]] and [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi "regular" Bowser]]. The Kameks from the two worlds also find each others' laugh to be annoying ([[HypocriticalHumor even though it's completely identical]]).
29th Dec '15 3:04:57 AM LadyJaneGrey
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[[folder:Advertising]] * The Slim Jim in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpaycWg__vw this 2000 commercial]] clearly doesn't like the other Jims too much. [[/folder]]
24th Dec '15 11:06:08 PM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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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.
24th Dec '15 10:07:51 PM FordPrefect
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** The Three Doctors (Featuring the first 3 Doctors), the Five Doctors (Featuring the first 5 Doctors) and the Two Doctors (Featuring the 2nd and 6th 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 mini-episode featured the 10th Doctor meeting the 5th Doctor, where the 10th Doctor treated the 5th as his 'favorite'. It's somewhat fitting that the 5th Doctor is the only one whose ever totally gotten along with the others, as the 5th Doctor is the only one who lacked the arrogance and utter-self-assuredness that permeated all the other regenerations to varying degrees. ** 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, the 10th and 11th 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.
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** The "The Three Doctors (Featuring Doctors" (featuring the first 3 three Doctors), the "The Five Doctors (Featuring Doctors" (featuring the first 5 five Doctors) and "The Two Doctors" (featuring the Two Doctors (Featuring the 2nd Second and 6th Sixth Doctors) all had them fighting and bickering amongst themselves, with the "The Three Doctors Doctors" being particularly nasty. The Doctor never got along with himself until a mini-episode featured the 10th Tenth Doctor meeting the 5th Fifth Doctor, where who the 10th Tenth Doctor treated the 5th as eventually said was his 'favorite'. It's somewhat fitting that the 5th Fifth Doctor is the only one whose who's ever totally gotten along with the others, as the 5th Fifth Doctor is the only one who lacked the arrogance and utter-self-assuredness that permeated all the other regenerations to varying degrees. ** 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, the 10th Tenth and 11th Eleventh 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.

** In one story arc, Calvin makes a clone of himself to do his chores for him, but the clone blows him off and goes to play instead. When Hobbes comments that "he's a clone of you all right", Calvin responds "What do you mean? ''This'' guy's a total ''jerk!''"
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** In one story arc, Calvin makes a clone of himself to do his chores for him, but the clone blows him off and goes to play instead. When Hobbes comments that "he's a clone of you you, all right", Calvin responds "What do you mean? ''This'' guy's a total ''jerk!''"

** And when Calvin travels to the future to get his done homework from his future self, three different versions of him end up fighting over which of them should have done the homework. Averted with Hobbes in the same story, as his egotism is of a sort that gets along with itself. "You're right, as always, Hobbes."
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** And when Calvin travels to the future to get his done completed homework from his future self, three different versions of him end up fighting over which of them should have done the homework. Averted with Hobbes in the same story, as his egotism is of a sort that gets along with itself. "You're right, as always, Hobbes."
24th Dec '15 10:02:20 PM FordPrefect
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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 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 McGee thought they'd make a nice couple]].
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