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6th Dec '17 9:30:07 PM DrOO7
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* About half the victims in ''Series/{{ColdCase}}'' were killed for trying to do the right thing, but their killers had other plans.

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* About half the victims in ''Series/{{ColdCase}}'' ''Series/ColdCase'' were killed for trying to do the right thing, but their killers had other plans.


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* The very title of an ''Series/{{ER}}'' episode in which Carter writes a generous check to a doctor running a poor inner-city clinic. Only to find the place completely abandoned when he drops by and to realize that he's been scammed.
17th Aug '17 1:36:36 PM gb00393
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** Jaime Lannister intercedes to prevent Brienne from getting raped, is spite of dueling with her just hours before. This compounds his captors' enmity, leading them to chop off his hand.

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** Any time Jaime Lannister tries to do something good, it only causes him trouble:
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intercedes to prevent Brienne from getting raped, is in spite of dueling with her just hours before. This compounds his captors' enmity, leading them to chop off his hand.hand.
*** His murder of The Mad King when he was about to burn King's Landing and all its people in his backstory got him a reputation for ChronicBackstabbingDisorder that haunts him to this day.
*** Buying a whore to give his little brother some experience ended with her being gang raped on his father's orders to psychologically torture Tyrion.
*** It turns out this led to the fight between Brienne and Sandor Clegane, if Jaime hadn't given her that Oathkeeper sword which screams 'VALYRIAN STEEL', the Hound wouldn't have freaked out and picked a fight with Brienne to protect Arya.
*** Freeing his little brother who was falsely accused of a crime he didn't commit. Problem is Tyrion has become so embittered by betrayal from his friends and family that after being released, he takes a detour and kills his father, making Jaime an unwitting accomplice in said crime.
*** Jaime's insistence on leading an army to kill the High Sparrow for retribution of Cersei's torture at his hands. Because Tommen ended up pledging his allegance to him, Jaime ends up getting his title stripped and exiled from King's Landing.
*** Prior to the attack on Highgarden in Season Seven, Cersei apparently had several ideas about torturing and murdering Olenna Tyrell; Jaime talks her out of it and instead suggests poison. When he actually gives it to Olenna, she confirms that the poison will be painless, downs it in one long drink, and then calmly tells him that she was the one who murdered Joffrey, and to make sure that Cersei knows the truth.
28th Jun '17 8:38:42 AM ebrown2112
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* One episode of ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' saw Goren working to clear the name of his old mentor, Declan Gage, who was being framed for murder by his own daughter and protege. This comes back to bite Bobby in the ass in "Gaslight" when Declan goes on a murder spree that results in the deaths of Goren's brother Frank and his nemesis Nicole Wallace.

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* One episode of ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' saw Goren working to clear the name of his old mentor, Declan Gage, who was being framed for murder by his own daughter and protege. This comes back to bite Bobby in the ass in "Gaslight" "Frame" when Declan goes on a murder spree that results in the deaths of Goren's brother Frank and his nemesis Nicole Wallace.
26th May '17 11:27:09 AM WillBGood
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* In the fourth season of ''Series/MarvelsAgentsOfSHIELD'', the team becomes trapped in a virtual world called the Framework, which presents an alternate timeline based on their biggest regrets. In this universe, Agent May saved that little girl in Beirut, but as a consequence, the little girl caused an even bigger disaster in Cambridge, which led to the Inhumans becoming even more hated and feared than they are in the regular universe.

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* In the fourth season of ''Series/MarvelsAgentsOfSHIELD'', ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', the team becomes trapped in a virtual world called the Framework, which presents an alternate timeline based on their biggest regrets. In this universe, Agent May saved that little girl in Beirut, but as a consequence, the little girl caused an even bigger disaster in Cambridge, which led to the Inhumans becoming even more hated and feared than they are in the regular universe.
23rd May '17 3:05:01 PM Kingler
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* ''Series/{{MacGyver}}'': Before becoming a secret agent, MacGyver first encounters his future [[ArchEnemy nemesis Murdoc]] like this. Murdoc is [[DisguisedinDrag dressed as a woman]] and on the run from [[DaChief Pete Thornton]]. Mac sees this and interferes by saving the apparent damsel; he soon learns who Murdoc really is and tracks him down alongside Pete. When Murdoc catches them and puts them in a DeathTrap, Mac tries to appeal to his gratitude:
--> '''MacGyver''': Murdoc, remember, I ''did'' try to help you.
--> '''Murdoc''': Yes, you did. It's [[LampshadeHanging a little unfair]] that an innocent bystander has to become a simple pawn in this game. [...] But we live in difficult times, and [[ChronicHeroSyndrome Good Samaritans]] die young!
23rd Apr '17 11:34:52 AM gb00393
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** The reason Davos was {{Fingore}}'d by Stannis. While he did saved the Stormlands troops when it was under siege during Robert's Rebellion, it did not excuse his past crimes that Stannis believed should be punished.

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** The reason Davos was {{Fingore}}'d by Stannis. While he did saved save the Stormlands troops when it was they were under siege during Robert's Rebellion, it did not excuse his past crimes that which Stannis believed should be punished.
23rd Apr '17 11:33:58 AM gb00393
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** The reason Davos was {{Fingore}}'d by Stannis. While he did saved the Stormlands troops when it was under siege during its, it did not excuse his past crimes that Stannis believed should be punished.

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** The reason Davos was {{Fingore}}'d by Stannis. While he did saved the Stormlands troops when it was under siege during its, Robert's Rebellion, it did not excuse his past crimes that Stannis believed should be punished.
23rd Apr '17 11:33:04 AM gb00393
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** The reason Davos was {{Fingore}}'d by Stannis. While he did saved the Stormlands troops when it was under siege during its, it did not excuse his past crimes that Stannis believed should be punished.
20th Apr '17 1:38:53 PM IdeaMaster
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* About half the victims in ''Series/{{ColdCase}}'' were killed for trying to do the right thing, but their killers had other plans.
** The male victim in ''Blood on the Tracks'' was a GuiltRiddenAccomplice of a murder of one of his college friends and he and the female victim wanted to finally tell the cops. But his wife and two friends blew them up before they could.
** The victim in ''Lonely Hearts'' was also one to a serial killer. After helping him murder four other women, she planned to kill him herself, but her killer still loved him.



-->'''Gideon:''' Refresh me, Lieutenant. How did we get in the middle of this again?\\

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-->'''Gideon:''' Refresh me, Lieutenant. How did we get set in the middle of this again?\\
17th Apr '17 4:13:35 PM StrixObscuro
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* One episode of ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' saw Goren working to clear the name of his old mentor, Declan Gage, who was being framed for murder by his own daughter and protege. This comes back to bite Bobby in the ass in "Gaslight" when Declan goes on a murder spree that results in the deaths of Goren's brother Frank and his nemesis Nicole Wallace.


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* In the fourth season of ''Series/MarvelsAgentsOfSHIELD'', the team becomes trapped in a virtual world called the Framework, which presents an alternate timeline based on their biggest regrets. In this universe, Agent May saved that little girl in Beirut, but as a consequence, the little girl caused an even bigger disaster in Cambridge, which led to the Inhumans becoming even more hated and feared than they are in the regular universe.
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