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9th Aug '16 5:48:49 PM Eddy1215
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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Biff Tannen in the original timeline. More so in 1985-A, where he's become a Donald Trump expy who went so far as to ''murder'' George to claim Lorraine as a trophy wife. Averted in the understood alternate timeline that Marty returns to at the end of the first movie. Biff, having been humbled by George made more confident due to Marty's guidance, is no longer Meek Office Drone George's evil cube farm boss, but an auto detailer who is waxing Acclaimed Sci-Fi Author George's fancy cars.

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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Biff Tannen in the original timeline. More so in 1985-A, where he's become a Donald Trump expy who went so far as to ''murder'' George to claim Lorraine as a trophy wife. Averted in the understood alternate timeline that Marty returns to at the end of the first movie. Biff, having been humbled by George George, who in turn was made more confident due to Marty's guidance, is no longer Meek Office Drone George's evil cube farm boss, but an auto detailer who is waxing Acclaimed Sci-Fi Author George's fancy cars.
9th Aug '16 12:44:08 PM MadCat221
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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Biff Tannen in the original timeline. More so in 1985-A. Averted in the understood alternate timeline that Marty returns to at the end of the first movie. Biff, having been humbled by George thanks to Marty's guidance, is no longer Meek Office Drone George's evil cube farm boss, but an auto detailer who is waxing Acclaimed Sci-Fi Author George's fancy cars.

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* ''Film/BackToTheFuture'': Biff Tannen in the original timeline. More so in 1985-A.1985-A, where he's become a Donald Trump expy who went so far as to ''murder'' George to claim Lorraine as a trophy wife. Averted in the understood alternate timeline that Marty returns to at the end of the first movie. Biff, having been humbled by George thanks made more confident due to Marty's guidance, is no longer Meek Office Drone George's evil cube farm boss, but an auto detailer who is waxing Acclaimed Sci-Fi Author George's fancy cars.
11th Jul '16 2:54:27 PM infernape612
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* A unique version on ''Series/ThirtyRock'' as Liz had spoken of her memories of being a picked-on nerd in high school. However, when she attends her reunion, she discovers that [[MadeOuToBeAJerkass everyone considered her the bully whose put-downs (which Liz remembers as defensive humor) were vicious insults and she's the most loathed person in her class]]. [[HeelRealization She attempts to make things up to them throughout the entire episode]], but by this point [[RejectedApology they refuse to accept any apology]] and treat her more coldly with each attempt. Eventually, they decide to get revenge by enacting the "Pig's Blood" scene from ''Film/{{Carrie}}'' on her, and while it fails, it makes Liz give up trying to make up for her actions to them; with her instead going back to mistreating and putting them down, only now it's intentionally rather than obliviously.

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* A unique version on ''Series/ThirtyRock'' as Liz had spoken of her memories of being a picked-on nerd in high school. However, when she attends her reunion, she discovers that [[MadeOuToBeAJerkass [[MadeOutToBeAJerkass everyone considered her the bully whose put-downs (which Liz remembers as defensive humor) were vicious insults and she's the most loathed person in her class]]. [[HeelRealization She attempts to make things up to them throughout the entire episode]], but by this point [[RejectedApology they refuse to accept any apology]] and treat her more coldly with each attempt. Eventually, they decide to get revenge by enacting the "Pig's Blood" scene from ''Film/{{Carrie}}'' on her, and while it fails, it makes Liz give up trying to make up for her actions to them; with her instead going back to mistreating and putting them down, only now it's intentionally rather than obliviously.
10th Jul '16 5:07:59 AM Sammettik
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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Lisa}} LISA]]'', Chris Columbo, the playground bully protagonist Brad defends his friends from in the pre-apocalypse, returns with his gang later on to continue to torment Brad, though he's pretty much the ''least'' threatening villain Brad has to face.



* GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas has an inversion in the form of one of the motorcycle cop voices, who can sometimes be heard telling [[AntiVillain CJ]] that he used to bully him back as a kid. Though he keeps acting as a bully despite being a cop, wanting to take him down by himself.

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* GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' has an inversion in the form of one of the motorcycle cop voices, who can sometimes be heard telling [[AntiVillain CJ]] that he used to bully him back as a kid. Though he keeps acting as a bully despite being a cop, wanting to take him down by himself.



* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Lisa}} LISA]], Chris Columbo, the playground bully protagonist Brad defends his friends from in the pre-apocalypse, returns with his gang later on to continue to torment Brad, though he's pretty much the ''least'' threatening villain Brad has to face.
4th Jul '16 11:39:21 AM MrKingXemnas
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* In the 2003 version of ''Film/FreakyFriday2003'', it's revealed that one of the girl's teachers picks on her because her mother wouldn't date him when they were in school together.

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* In the 2003 version of ''Film/FreakyFriday2003'', it's revealed that one of the girl's teachers picks on her because her mother wouldn't date him when they were in school together.
4th Jul '16 11:38:48 AM MrKingXemnas
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* In the 2003 version of ''Film/FreakyFriday'', it's revealed that one of the girl's teachers picks on her because her mother wouldn't date him when they were in school together.

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* In the 2003 version of ''Film/FreakyFriday'', ''Film/FreakyFriday2003'', it's revealed that one of the girl's teachers picks on her because her mother wouldn't date him when they were in school together.
21st Jun '16 10:11:55 AM TheMike
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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Lisa}} LISA]], Chris Columbo, the playground bully protagonist Brad defends his friends from in the pre-apocalypse, returns with his gang later on to continue to torment Brad, though he's pretty much the ''least'' threatening villain Brad has to face.
16th Jun '16 10:03:32 AM ElodieHiras
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* According to the New York State Police Department, a DownplayedTrope version of this is TruthInTelevision: 1 in 4 schoolyard bullies will get a criminal record for a felony before he turns 30. Not quite supervillain material, but still notable.
9th Jun '16 7:01:07 AM Eddy1215
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* A unique version on ''Series/ThirtyRock'' as Liz had spoken of her memories of being a picked-on nerd in high school. However, when she attends her reunion, she discovers that everyone considered her the bully whose put-downs (which Liz remembers as defensive humor) were vicious insults and she's the most loathed person in her class. She attempts to make things up to them throughout the entire episode, but by this point [[ReformedButRejected they refuse to accept any apology]] and treat her more coldly with each attempt. Eventually, they decide to get revenge by enacting the "Pig's Blood" scene from ''Film/{{Carrie}}'' on her, and while it fails, it makes Liz give up trying to make up for her actions to them; with her instead going back to mistreating and putting them down, only now it's intentionally rather than obliviously.

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* A unique version on ''Series/ThirtyRock'' as Liz had spoken of her memories of being a picked-on nerd in high school. However, when she attends her reunion, she discovers that [[MadeOuToBeAJerkass everyone considered her the bully whose put-downs (which Liz remembers as defensive humor) were vicious insults and she's the most loathed person in her class. class]]. [[HeelRealization She attempts to make things up to them throughout the entire episode, episode]], but by this point [[ReformedButRejected [[RejectedApology they refuse to accept any apology]] and treat her more coldly with each attempt. Eventually, they decide to get revenge by enacting the "Pig's Blood" scene from ''Film/{{Carrie}}'' on her, and while it fails, it makes Liz give up trying to make up for her actions to them; with her instead going back to mistreating and putting them down, only now it's intentionally rather than obliviously.



%% * [[Series/ThirtyRock Liz Lemon]] attends her high school reunion and discovers she ''is'' this trope.
8th Jun '16 7:30:13 PM MisterCPC
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* A unique version on ''Series/ThirtyRock'' as Liz had spoken of her memories of being a picked-on nerd in high school. However, when she attends her reunion, she discovers that everyone considered her the bully whose put-downs (which Liz remembers as defensive humor) were vicious insults and she's the most loathed person in her class.

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* A unique version on ''Series/ThirtyRock'' as Liz had spoken of her memories of being a picked-on nerd in high school. However, when she attends her reunion, she discovers that everyone considered her the bully whose put-downs (which Liz remembers as defensive humor) were vicious insults and she's the most loathed person in her class. She attempts to make things up to them throughout the entire episode, but by this point [[ReformedButRejected they refuse to accept any apology]] and treat her more coldly with each attempt. Eventually, they decide to get revenge by enacting the "Pig's Blood" scene from ''Film/{{Carrie}}'' on her, and while it fails, it makes Liz give up trying to make up for her actions to them; with her instead going back to mistreating and putting them down, only now it's intentionally rather than obliviously.
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