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26th Apr '17 7:36:44 PM merotoker
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* Subtely done in ''Film/{{Scarface|1983}}''. When you take Tony Montana's words from the scene when he yells at the people in restaurant out of context, they turn into this.

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* Subtely Subtly done in ''Film/{{Scarface|1983}}''. When you take Tony Montana's words from the scene when he yells at the people in restaurant out of context, they turn into this.



* On ''Series/Shameless'', the PreviouslyOn is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episode, for instance

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* On ''Series/Shameless'', ''Series/{{Shameless}}'', the PreviouslyOn is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episode, for instance



** The BossBattle with Sif in is going to make you feel like a rat unless you're a dog-hater (and maybe even then). Not only does he look like a BigFriendlyDog (well, technically a wolf, and much, much, bigger, but same idea), you have to kill him multiple times. But it gets worse the the third time [[spoiler:when you find out he not only looks like a BigFriendlyDog, you find out he ''is'' one. He's trying to honor the legacy of his dead master and trying to prevent you from making the same mistake ''he'' did. He doesn't even ''want'' to fight you, you rat]]. To make this even worse, as he loses health, he's clearly injured, limping and stumbling more until he collapses. You rat.

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** The BossBattle with Sif in is going to make you feel like a rat unless you're a dog-hater (and maybe even then). Not only does he look like a BigFriendlyDog (well, technically a wolf, and much, much, bigger, but same idea), you have to kill him multiple times. But it gets worse the the third time [[spoiler:when you find out he not only looks like a BigFriendlyDog, you find out he ''is'' one. He's trying to honor the legacy of his dead master and trying to prevent you from making the same mistake ''he'' did. He doesn't even ''want'' to fight you, you rat]]. To make this even worse, as he loses health, he's clearly injured, limping and stumbling more until he collapses. You rat.



** The Fair Lady, Quelaag's Sister. You need the Old Witch's Ring to understand her, and if you can [[PlayerPunch you'll wish you couldn't]]. The poor girl's only comfort in [[IllGirl her unending torment]] (a consequence of her own selfless kindness) is her dear, beloved sister who looks out for her- even her devoted acolytes, the Egg-Burdened, can't do much to comfort her as they don't even speak her language. Unfortunately, if you're actually able to reach the Fair Lady, [[spoiler:[[TearJerker Quelaag is already dead]]. Because [[YouBastard you killed her]]. But not only is she unaware that Quelaag is dead, ''[[ThoroughlyMistakenIdentity she mistakes you for her]]'']].

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** The Fair Lady, Quelaag's Sister. You need the Old Witch's Ring to understand her, and if you can [[PlayerPunch you'll wish you couldn't]]. The poor girl's only comfort in [[IllGirl her unending torment]] (a consequence of her own selfless kindness) is her dear, beloved sister who looks out for her- even her devoted acolytes, the Egg-Burdened, can't do much to comfort her as they don't even speak her language. Unfortunately, if you're actually able to reach the Fair Lady, [[spoiler:[[TearJerker Quelaag is already dead]]. Because [[YouBastard you killed her]].her. But not only is she unaware that Quelaag is dead, ''[[ThoroughlyMistakenIdentity she mistakes you for her]]'']].



** So you think you're safe from this by simply watching a LetsPlay or a walkthrough on {{Youtube}}? Think again. In a Genocide Run, after remarking how horrible he and the player character are, Flowey has this to say:

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** So you think you're safe from this by simply watching a LetsPlay or a walkthrough on {{Youtube}}? Website/YouTube? Think again. In a Genocide Run, after remarking how horrible he and the player character are, Flowey has this to say:



* ''Webcomic/NerfNow'' evidently is in love with this trope. Such as [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Engineer]] building one turret just for art and [[ICallItVera naming it]] only to have a passing spy casually crush it (this [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge didn't end well]]). And little {{Moe}} [[StarCraft Zerglings]], either [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/373 expendable]] [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/374 cannon fodder]] or [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/219 saved by a Defiler only to be cannibalized]]. Or the creepiest looking example: did you just [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/195 hunt little cute fairies, grab and cram them in bottles]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link]]?

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* ''Webcomic/NerfNow'' evidently is in love with this trope. Such as [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Engineer]] building one turret just for art and [[ICallItVera naming it]] only to have a passing spy casually crush it (this [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge didn't end well]]). And little {{Moe}} [[StarCraft [[Franchise/StarCraft Zerglings]], either [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/373 expendable]] [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/374 cannon fodder]] or [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/219 saved by a Defiler only to be cannibalized]]. Or the creepiest looking example: did you just [[http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/195 hunt little cute fairies, grab and cram them in bottles]], [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link]]?



* There was certainly no love lost between the announcer on ''WackyRaces'' and Dick Dastardly.

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* There was certainly no love lost between the announcer on ''WackyRaces'' ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' and Dick Dastardly.
18th Apr '17 4:22:16 PM TheKaizerreich
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** If you use the Liquid Tiberium Bomb in the last GDI mission of ''[[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberiumWars Tiberium Wars]]'' (despite being warned that using it will set off a chain reaction) you end up killing ''your entire army and twenty five million civilians'' AND set a precedent for GDI using Tiberium weaponry in the future. General Granger immediately resigns in disgust but not before calling the player a war criminal while looking directly at the camera.

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** If you use the Liquid Tiberium Bomb in the last GDI mission of ''[[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberiumWars Tiberium Wars]]'' (despite being warned that using it will set off a chain reaction) you end up killing ''your entire army and twenty five million civilians'' AND set a precedent for GDI using Tiberium weaponry in the future. General Granger immediately resigns in disgust but not before calling the player a war criminal while looking directly at the camera. Also a rare example of this trope implied to be canon by the sequel, which makes it hit even harder.
31st Mar '17 10:13:02 AM S123
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6Ryhh4Ixac Mocked in "ATTENTION SCUM",]] where the League Against Tedium tries to poorly tell you off: you are [[LameComeback "lottery winners", "sub-worms", "poltroons", "absolutely ridiculous", "parodies of each other"]], you are like the bad Elvis impersonator while the League ''is'' Elvis, your mother was a screaming woman with a fly on her tongue, your father ''was that fly'', your sister is a poodle, and your fate in life is to [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment STAND IN LINE IN THE RAIN.]]

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6Ryhh4Ixac Mocked in "ATTENTION SCUM",]] where the League Against Tedium tries to poorly tell you off: you are [[LameComeback "lottery winners", players", "sub-worms", "poltroons", "absolutely ridiculous", "parodies of each other"]], you think you are like the Elvis, while really you are not even a bad Elvis impersonator while the League ''is'' Elvis, impersonator, your mother was a screaming woman with a fly on her tongue, your father ''was that fly'', your sister is a poodle, and your fate in life highest ambition is to [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment STAND IN LINE IN THE RAIN.]]
27th Mar '17 10:04:41 AM crazysamaritan
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* ''Balance of Power'', a geopolitical strategy game from 1985, gives the following GameOver if you let everything go to hell (and the context of the quote means [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything they knew people would do this deliberately]]):

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* ''Balance of Power'', a geopolitical strategy game from 1985, gives the following GameOver if you let everything go to hell (and the context of the quote means [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[DevelopersForesight they knew people would do this deliberately]]):
24th Mar '17 9:22:15 PM RA2
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* On ''LiveAction/Shameless'', the [[PreviouslyOn]] is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episode

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* On ''LiveAction/Shameless'', ''Series/Shameless'', the [[PreviouslyOn]] PreviouslyOn is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episodeepisode, for instance
24th Mar '17 9:21:23 PM RA2
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* On ''LiveAction/Shameless'', the [[PreviouslyOn]] is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episode
-->'''Frank''': For those of you who were too fucking busy, this is what happened last week on Shameless.


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* On ''LiveAction/Shameless'', the [[PreviouslyOn]] is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episode
-->'''Frank''': For those of you who were too fucking busy, this is what happened last week on Shameless.
24th Mar '17 9:20:16 PM RA2
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24th Mar '17 9:19:38 PM RA2
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* On ''LiveAction/Shameless'', the [[PreviouslyOn]] is usually introduced with a character berating you for missing an episode
-->'''Frank''': For those of you who were too fucking busy, this is what happened last week on Shameless.
16th Mar '17 10:43:41 AM nombretomado
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** In TheNamelessMod, playing the World Corp storyline will give you this trope a lot from the PDX gang, who were your friends before the events of the game.

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** In TheNamelessMod, ''VideoGame/TheNamelessMod'', playing the World Corp storyline will give you this trope a lot from the PDX gang, who were your friends before the events of the game.
26th Feb '17 6:15:33 PM Luc
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* It's fairly rare, but action-oriented TV series do occasionally feature characters expressing remorse or disgust over their actions in a way that makes the viewer feel guilty for enjoying a recent MomentOfAwesome. Examples include Robert [=McCall=] in ''The Equalizer'' breaking down and crying when he tells a lady friend he kills people for a living (this after taking out a gang of violent thugs in a subway station); John Crichton on one of the final episodes of ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' breaking into tears with Aeryn over how much blood he has on his hands; the first episode of the crime drama "Flashpoint" spending most of the time dealing with the emotional impact a successful sniper shot has on the shooter; and in the comedy spy series, "Chuck," which spends an unexpected number of scenes dealing with the two lead character's reactions to having to kill people.

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* It's fairly rare, but action-oriented TV series do occasionally feature characters expressing remorse or disgust over their actions in a way that makes the viewer feel guilty for enjoying a recent MomentOfAwesome. Examples include Robert [=McCall=] in ''The Equalizer'' breaking down and crying when he tells a lady friend he kills people for a living (this after taking out a gang of violent thugs in a subway station); John Crichton on one of the final episodes of ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' breaking into tears with Aeryn over how much blood he has on his hands; the first episode of the crime drama "Flashpoint" spending most of the time dealing with the emotional impact a successful sniper shot has on the shooter; and in the comedy spy series, "Chuck," which spends an unexpected number of scenes dealing with the two lead character's reactions to having to kill people.people.
** On the slightly less hypocritical side, the first episode of the crime drama "Flashpoint" spent most of its time dealing with the emotional impact a successful sniper shot has on the shooter--given that one of the driving points of the series as a whole was that a non-violent resolution of the situation was always preferable, driving home the human cost of such a shot, even if fully justified, was probably required.
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