History RewardedAsATraitorDeserves / LiveActionTV

22nd Jun '17 10:47:29 AM ShorinBJ
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* ''Series/{{PrisonBreak}}'': In the first season finale "Flight," Michael Scoffield decided that since Tweener betrayed them to CO Bellick, he is no longer responsible for helping Tweener to escape and forces him to leave the group.

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* ''Series/{{PrisonBreak}}'': ''Series/PrisonBreak'': In the first season finale "Flight," Michael Scoffield decided that since Tweener betrayed them to CO Bellick, he is no longer responsible for helping Tweener to escape and forces him to leave the group.
12th Apr '17 11:57:11 AM MelTaco
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12th Apr '17 11:56:00 AM MelTaco
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* ''Series/{{PrisonBreak}}'': In the first season finale "Flight," Michael Scoffield decided that since Tweener betrayed them to CO Bellick, he is no longer responsible for helping Tweener to escape and forces him to leave the group.
1st Apr '17 2:33:35 AM foxley
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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E4TheMutants The Mutants]]", Varan's Son assassinates Ky on behalf on the Marshal. When he comes to the Marshal's office to collect the promised reward, the Marshal shoots him with a dart gun.
13th Jan '17 6:35:09 PM OccasionalExister
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* ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire'': Mickey Doyle somehow manages to make it through five seasons of [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstabbing absolutely anyone]] to get a better deal for himself in the criminal underworld. It isn't until the end of the final season where he meets his end while trying to switch sides in a MobWar, during the middle of a literal MexicanStandoff. Instead of being killed because of the other side's [[PragmaticVillainy pragmatism]] or [[EvenEvilHasStandards standards]], [[spoiler:"Lucky" Luciano]] is just angry and annoyed to bother with him, so he just shoots him in the head to shut him up forever.

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* ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire'': Mickey Doyle somehow manages to make it through five seasons of [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstabbing absolutely anyone]] to get a better deal deals for himself in the criminal underworld. It isn't until the end penultimate episode of the final season where he meets his end while trying to switch sides in a MobWar, during the middle of a literal MexicanStandoff. Instead of being killed because of the other side's [[PragmaticVillainy pragmatism]] or [[EvenEvilHasStandards standards]], [[spoiler:"Lucky" Luciano]] is just too angry and annoyed to bother with him, so he just shoots him in the head throat to shut him up forever.
13th Jan '17 6:30:28 PM OccasionalExister
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* ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire'': Mickey Doyle somehow manages to make it through five seasons of [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstabbing absolutely anyone]] to get a better deal for himself in the criminal underworld. It isn't until the end of the final season where he meets his end while trying to switch sides in a MobWar, during the middle of a literal MexicanStandoff. Instead of being killed because of the other side's [[PragmaticVillainy pragmatism]] or [[EvenEvilHasStandards standards]], [[spoiler:"Lucky" Luciano]] is just angry and annoyed to bother with him, so he just shoots him in the head to shut him up forever.
21st Jul '16 10:31:22 AM Morgenthaler
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** Former rebel Brian who gives up Miles and Nora's ultimate destination in "[[Recap/RevolutionS1E12Ghosts Ghosts]]" gets the same treatment. The Monroe Militia, for all of its other deficiencies, seems to be DangerouslyGenreSavvy when it comes to dealing with defectors and informants.

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** Former rebel Brian who gives up Miles and Nora's ultimate destination in "[[Recap/RevolutionS1E12Ghosts Ghosts]]" gets the same treatment. The Monroe Militia, for all of its other deficiencies, seems to be DangerouslyGenreSavvy savvy when it comes to dealing with defectors and informants.
4th Dec '15 9:20:06 AM MBI
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** Earlier, Peter Baelish also bribed City Watch head Janos Slynt to betray Ned Stark. Slynt was rewarded with a lordship, but Hand of the King Tyrion Lannister decides he can't trust a man who can be so easily bought and [[ReassignedToAntarctica sends him to the Wall]] to dispose of him.
5th Nov '15 4:02:37 AM ARADPLAUG
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** In the second season, Robb Stark offers the Ironborn who invaded Winterfell amnesty and safe passage home if they turn over Theon Greyjoy, the nominal heir of their king and the man who led them there. They promptly do so...and are rewarded by falling into the hands of Roose Bolton's son Ramsay Snow, who ignores Robb Stark's command and has them all flayed alive for his amusement.

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** In the second season, Robb Stark offers the Ironborn who invaded Winterfell amnesty and safe passage home if they turn over Theon Greyjoy, the nominal heir of their king and the man who led them there. They promptly do so... and are rewarded by falling into the hands of Roose Bolton's son Ramsay Snow, who ignores Robb Stark's command and has them all flayed alive for his amusement.


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** Peter Baelish tells a man to poison his liege, [[spoiler: Joffrey Baratheon]]. However, instead of paying the man with gold, he pays him with a free crossbow bolt.
5th May '15 1:37:27 PM ultimomant
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': In the second season, Robb Stark offers the Ironborn who invaded Winterfell amnesty and safe passage home if they turn over Theon Greyjoy, the nominal heir of their king and the man who led them there. They promptly do so...and are rewarded by falling into the hands of Roose Bolton's son Ramsay Snow, who ignores Robb Stark's command and has them all flayed alive for his amusement.

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In the second season, Robb Stark offers the Ironborn who invaded Winterfell amnesty and safe passage home if they turn over Theon Greyjoy, the nominal heir of their king and the man who led them there. They promptly do so...and are rewarded by falling into the hands of Roose Bolton's son Ramsay Snow, who ignores Robb Stark's command and has them all flayed alive for his amusement.
** Jaime and Bronn pay a boat captain who sailed them to Dorne not to tell anybody about them. He tells the Sand Snakes, who bury him up to his neck in sand and release scorpions near his head, and eventually just run a spear through his head.
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