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16th Aug '17 12:23:45 PM tyrekecorrea
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* The BigBad of ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is a deletion program called D-Reaper. Its agents say that it finds human life and attributes such as emotion to be pointless. D-Reaper thinks that both humans and digimon are menaces and need to be destroyed. Over several conversations, the tamers and their Digimon point out that that humans and digimon have worth and augment each other by working together.

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* The BigBad of ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is a deletion program called D-Reaper. Its agents say that it finds human life and attributes such as emotion to be pointless. D-Reaper thinks that both humans and digimon Digimon are menaces and need to be destroyed. Over several conversations, the tamers and their Digimon point out that that humans and digimon have worth and augment each other by working together.
16th Aug '17 12:20:59 PM tyrekecorrea
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* The BigBad ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is a deletion program called D-Reaper. Its agents say that it finds human life and attributes such as emotion to be pointless. D-Reaper thinks that both humans and digimon are menaces and need to be destroyed. Over several conversations, the tamers and their Digimon to point out that that humans and digimon have worth and augment each other by working together.

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* The BigBad of ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is a deletion program called D-Reaper. Its agents say that it finds human life and attributes such as emotion to be pointless. D-Reaper thinks that both humans and digimon are menaces and need to be destroyed. Over several conversations, the tamers and their Digimon to point out that that humans and digimon have worth and augment each other by working together.
16th Aug '17 12:31:51 AM Sumira79
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30th Jul '17 7:25:15 AM ClintEastwood
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30th Jul '17 7:25:13 AM ClintEastwood
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* In ''[[Series/BabylonFive Babylon 5]]'', Sheridan combines a Patrick Stewart Speech with a KirkSummation and serves it all up with a LargeHam when he tells both the Vorlons and the Shadows to "Get the hell out of our galaxy!"

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* In ''[[Series/BabylonFive Babylon 5]]'', ''Series/BabylonFive'', Sheridan combines a Patrick Stewart Speech with a KirkSummation and serves it all up with a LargeHam when he tells both the Vorlons and the Shadows to "Get the hell out of our galaxy!"



** Anya gets one in "End of Days"

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** Anya gets one in "End of Days""[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS7E21EndOfDays}} End Of Days]]"



* Captain Jack Harkness' monologue in the ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' episode "Everything Changes" about the wonders of 21st century Earth that never cease to amaze him; considering he is an immortal ex-Time Agent in a World War II uniform who was native to the 51st century prior to his first appearance, he might as well be an alien from another planet.

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* Captain Jack Harkness' monologue in the ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' episode "Everything Changes" "[[{{Recap/TorchwoodS1E1EverythingChanges}} Everything Changes]]" about the wonders of 21st century Earth that never cease to amaze him; considering he is an immortal ex-Time Agent in a World War II uniform who was native to the 51st century prior to his first appearance, he might as well be an alien from another planet.
30th Jul '17 7:01:45 AM ClintEastwood
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-->-- '''Jean-Luc Picard''', ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', "Hide and Q"

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-->-- '''Jean-Luc Picard''', ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', "Hide "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E9HideAndQ}} Hide and Q"
Q]]"
30th Jul '17 6:59:20 AM ClintEastwood
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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', "A Private Little War", Kirk beat Picard to it, pointing out how humanity was once like Tyree's people and in time they too could emerge as a peace loving, intelligent society.

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* In ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', "A "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS2E19APrivateLittleWar}} A Private Little War", War]]", Kirk beat Picard to it, pointing out how humanity was once like Tyree's people and in time they too could emerge as a peace loving, intelligent society.



** LampShaded in the episode "True Q":

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** LampShaded in the episode "True Q":"[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS6E6TrueQ}} True Q]]":



** Subverted in the episode "Code of Honor". Picard is talking about how wonderful humanity is, then breaks off and says, "forgive me, this is becoming a speech." Troi replies, "You're the captain, you're entitled." Picard then says "I'm not entitled to ramble on about something everyone knows." While looking almost directly at the camera.
** "Encounter At Farpoint" is Q stating HumansAreMorons, with Picard shooting back ShutUpHannibal lines and Q returning ShutUpKirk lines.

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** Subverted in the episode "Code "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E3CodeOfHonor}} Code of Honor".Honor]]". Picard is talking about how wonderful humanity is, then breaks off and says, "forgive me, this is becoming a speech." Troi replies, "You're the captain, you're entitled." Picard then says "I'm not entitled to ramble on about something everyone knows." While looking almost directly at the camera.
** "Encounter At Farpoint" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS1E1EncounterAtFarpoint}} Encounter at Farpoint]]" is Q stating HumansAreMorons, with Picard shooting back ShutUpHannibal lines and Q returning ShutUpKirk lines.



* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. Q gives a heartfelt speech when he's about to be executed in "The Q and the Grey", but as the other members of the Continuum know all-too-well that he's an irresponsible JerkAss they're not impressed.
* The Doctor, of ''Series/DoctorWho'', multiple times; particularly "Ordinary, stupid, brilliant PEOPLE" in comparison to the emotionless Cybermen in "The Age of Steel"; and his "indomitable" speeches in "The Ark in Space" and "Utopia"; subverted in "The Christmas Invasion", in which the Doctor, still slightly loopy from a botched regeneration, realises half-way in that his impassioned plea is [[WaxingLyrical actually the lyrics]] to "The Circle of Life" from ''Disney/TheLionKing''.

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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. Q gives a heartfelt speech when he's about to be executed in "The " [[{{Recap/StarTrekVoyagerS3E10TheQAndTheGrey}} The Q and the Grey", Grey]]", but as the other members of the Continuum know all-too-well that he's an irresponsible JerkAss they're not impressed.
* The Doctor, of ''Series/DoctorWho'', multiple times; particularly "Ordinary, stupid, brilliant PEOPLE" in comparison to the emotionless Cybermen in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E6TheAgeOfSteel The Age of Steel"; Steel]]"; and his "indomitable" speeches in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace The Ark in Space" Space]]" and "Utopia"; "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E11Utopia Utopia]]"; subverted in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion The Christmas Invasion", Invasion]]", in which the Doctor, still slightly loopy from a botched regeneration, realises half-way in that his impassioned plea is [[WaxingLyrical actually the lyrics]] to "The Circle of Life" from ''Disney/TheLionKing''.



** Inverted in "The Beast Below", Season 5, Episode 2 of the new series. "Nobody HUMAN has anything to say to me today!" And then the inversion itself gets subverted, when [[spoiler:the Doctor's brand-new ''human'' companion intuits the true nature of the situation, which the Doctor has failed to do, and intervenes just in time to stop him making a mistake for which he'd never be able to forgive himself.]]
** Another, very touching one, in "''The End of Time''". He tells Wilfred Mott that he's 900 years old, to which the old man remarks:

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** Inverted in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow The Beast Below", Below]]", Season 5, Episode 2 of the new series. "Nobody HUMAN has anything to say to me today!" And then the inversion itself gets subverted, when [[spoiler:the Doctor's brand-new ''human'' companion intuits the true nature of the situation, which the Doctor has failed to do, and intervenes just in time to stop him making a mistake for which he'd never be able to forgive himself.]]
** Another, very touching one, in "''The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime The End of Time''".Time]]". He tells Wilfred Mott that he's 900 years old, to which the old man remarks:



** Inverted with the Ninth Doctor (Christopher Eccleston) who often expressed his frustration with humans as "stupid apes".
** {{Deconstructed}} along with several other ''Doctor Who'' tropes in "Midnight," when the MonsterOfTheWeek is an unknown entity possessing a woman on a bus, and the Doctor is [[ShamingTheMob trying to keep the other passengers]] from [[ThrownOutTheAirlock throwing her out into the planet's deadly sunlight]]; for once, he's drastically misjudged his audience and his ability to influence them.

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** Inverted with the Ninth Doctor (Christopher Eccleston) who often expressed his frustration with humans as "stupid apes".
** {{Deconstructed}} along with several other ''Doctor Who'' tropes in "Midnight," "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E10Midnight Midnight]]," when the MonsterOfTheWeek is an unknown entity possessing a woman on a bus, and the Doctor is [[ShamingTheMob trying to keep the other passengers]] from [[ThrownOutTheAirlock throwing her out into the planet's deadly sunlight]]; for once, he's drastically misjudged his audience and his ability to influence them.



** Even [[spoiler:the TARDIS herself]] gets in on it:

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** Even [[spoiler:the TARDIS herself]] gets in on it:it in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E4TheDoctorsWife The Doctor's Wife]]":



** Played straight (and nicely so) in "The Power of Three", when the Doctor confronts the Shakri, who believe that, to maintain "The Tally" humanity must be wiped out:

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** Played straight (and nicely so) in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E4ThePowerOfThree The Power of Three", Three]]", when the Doctor confronts the Shakri, who believe that, to maintain "The Tally" humanity must be wiped out:
5th Jul '17 2:15:38 AM superdawge
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* During the climax of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden Fire Emblem Echoes]]'', Alm delivers an epic one to rally his troops for the final fight against Duma. Alm argues that humans shouldn't allow themselves to be at the mercy of another's power, that they all deserve to make their own destinies, even if they may fail along the way.
3rd Jul '17 7:08:39 AM tyrekecorrea
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* The BigBad ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is a deletion program called D-Reaper. Its agents say that it finds human life and attributes such as emotion to be pointless. Over several conversations, the tamers and their Digimon to point out that that humans and digimon have worth and augment each other by working together.

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* The BigBad ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is a deletion program called D-Reaper. Its agents say that it finds human life and attributes such as emotion to be pointless. D-Reaper thinks that both humans and digimon are menaces and need to be destroyed. Over several conversations, the tamers and their Digimon to point out that that humans and digimon have worth and augment each other by working together.
3rd Jul '17 6:58:09 AM tyrekecorrea
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