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22nd Apr '18 3:55:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Sabrina}}''. Invoked by Sabrina, after she learns Linus only dated her so that she wouldn't distract David from marrying Elizabeth. Linus thought it was too, but then states it was "a dream".

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* ''Film/{{Sabrina}}''.''Film/{{Sabrina|1954}}''. Invoked by Sabrina, after she learns Linus only dated her so that she wouldn't distract David from marrying Elizabeth. Linus thought it was too, but then states it was "a dream".
9th Apr '18 9:12:45 PM bwburke94
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* Dahlia to Phoenix in ''Franchise/AceAttorney''? Yes. [[spoiler: But for [[TwinSwitch Iris]], who he was really dating? Nope.]]

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* Dahlia to Phoenix in ''Franchise/AceAttorney''? Yes. [[spoiler: ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' was very much a lie, as [[spoiler:the real Dahlia was a complete bitch. But for [[TwinSwitch Iris]], who he the "Dahlia" Phoenix knew, it was really dating? Nope.]]very much real]].
9th Apr '18 2:16:43 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/KamenRiderBuild'': Sento asks this question word-for-word after it's revealed that [[spoiler:Soichi Isurugi, the friendly coffee shop owner]] is TheMole who's been working for Faust all along. [[spoiler:Isurugi]] responds "Not ''all'' of it", and admitted that they did feel remorse for their actions sometimes, and that [[VillainRespect Sento and Banjou managed to legitimately impress them]], but Sento dismisses this as a bad joke.
8th Mar '18 5:33:35 PM EmeraldSky
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* ''FanFic/WeightOfTheWorld'': Spoken nearly word for word in the second book ''The Shattered Soul'' when [[spoiler: an amnesiac America]] is betrayed by his [[FalseFriend "friends"]] [[spoiler: Neo, Roman, and Mercury.]] They took advantage of his [[spoiler: amnesia]] and pretended to be his friends in order to keep him compliant as they brought him to [[ViceCity Kuchinashi]] and were perfectly willing to give him to Salem's forces if they caught up to them.
25th Feb '18 5:39:18 PM Manny20444
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', Green Lantern asks this of Hawkgirl at the end of the finale "Starcrossed".
2nd Feb '18 12:52:36 AM JUANDELACRUZ
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* In ''Xmen Origins: Wolverine'', Wolverine mournfully asks this of Silver Fox after learning from Stryker that her death was all faked in order to trick him into voluntarily submitting to the admantium-bonding process in order to be able to beat Sabretooth, who he thought murdered her in cold blood, and who beat him senseless when he first tried to get revenge for her murder.
31st Jan '18 3:23:06 PM RealSlimShadowen
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* In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Resurrection", Kira encounters the MirrorUniverse version of her dead lover Bareil. He turns out to be secretly working for her own evil mirror counterpart. In a confrontation between the three of them, Mirror!Kira argues that Bareil was following version 1, while good Kira tries to convince him otherwise. Fortunately Bareil decides he likes version 2 better.



** In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Resurrection", Kira encounters the MirrorUniverse version of her dead lover Bareil. He turns out to be secretly working for her own evil mirror counterpart. In a confrontation between the three of them, Mirror!Kira argues that Bareil was following version 1, while good Kira tries to convince him otherwise. Fortunately Bareil decides he likes version 2 better.



* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', this is part of Miko's reaction to discovering that Lord Shojo, her liege and commander, had been faking his senility and manipulating her and the other paladins the whole time. ( Benevolently, in truth, but [[KnightTemplar Miko]] draws [[ConspiracyTheorist different conclusions]].)

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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', this is part of Miko's reaction to discovering that Lord Shojo, her liege and commander, had been faking his senility and manipulating her and the other paladins the whole time. ( Benevolently, (Benevolently, in truth, but [[KnightTemplar Miko]] draws [[ConspiracyTheorist different conclusions]].)
14th Jan '18 12:59:50 AM Piterpicher
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%%* Happens every now and then on ''{{Matlock}}''.

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%%* Happens every now and then on ''{{Matlock}}''.''Series/{{Matlock}}''.
13th Jan '18 3:02:06 PM AnotherGuy
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A more extreme form of the second case is BecomingTheMask. Related to EtTuBrute.

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A more extreme form of the second case The third is BecomingTheMask. Related related to EtTuBrute.
13th Jan '18 3:48:32 AM TheHawk
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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', Connie and Jean confront [[spoiler: Reiner and Bertolt]] with this after learning of their betrayal. [[spoiler: The friendship was real, but Bertolt claims their actions were [[NecessarilyEvil necessary]] even if he knows they can never be forgiven]]. As it turns out, [[spoiler: Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie were aware the whole time that the inhabitants of the walls were NOT the last of humanity as everyone else believed. They were the same race as the wall inhabitants (Eldians), but had lived in ghettos in the neighboring country, known as Marley, which was seeking revenge against the Eldians of the walls, which were on an island called Paradis. The trio, and others, were thoroughly indoctrinated to believe that the islanders were evil and that it was their duty to steal their King's (now Eren's) Titan power and wipe them out so that the Eldians living on Marley could be forgiven for their past injustices against the Marleyans of old. Upon arriving on the island, however, they, Reiner especially, realized that the islanders were people just like them, but they were so thoroughly dedicated to advancing the Eldians on Marley that they went through with their mission, anyway.]]

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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', Connie and Jean confront [[spoiler: Reiner and Bertolt]] with this after learning of their betrayal. [[spoiler: The friendship was real, but Bertolt claims their actions were [[NecessarilyEvil necessary]] even if he knows they can never be forgiven]]. As it turns out, [[spoiler: Reiner, Bertolt, and Annie were aware the whole time that the inhabitants of the walls were NOT the last of humanity as everyone else believed. They were the same race as the wall inhabitants (Eldians), but had lived in ghettos in the neighboring country, known as Marley, which was seeking revenge against the Eldians of the walls, which were on an island called Paradis. The trio, and others, were thoroughly indoctrinated to believe that the islanders were evil and that it was their duty to steal their King's (now Eren's) Titan power and wipe them out so that the Eldians living on Marley could be forgiven for their past injustices against the Marleyans of old. Upon arriving on the island, however, they, Reiner especially, realized that the islanders were people just like them, but they were so thoroughly dedicated to advancing the Eldians on Marley that they went through with their mission, anyway.anyway, even as they now knew that they were iredeemable monsters for inciting what essentially amounted to a genocide of the walls.]]
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