History ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight / LiveActionTV

22nd Jan '16 2:27:46 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' is kicked off by Rip Hunter's decision to attempt to alter history and prevent Vandal Savage's conquest of the future, despite orders from [[HeadInTheSandManagement the Time Master Council not to intervene]].
18th Oct '15 5:05:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''ThePractice'': The firm represented a client in a hit-and-run accident. The client's doctor discovered on the plaintiff's medical charts that he had an aneurysm (which his own doctors missed) that would kill him if it wasn't treated. The client refuses to allow the firm to disclose this information. Jimmy Berluti defies attorney-client privilege to tell the boy and his mother of his condition, enabling the doctors to save his life and earning Jimmy a minor judicial censure.
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* ''ThePractice'': ''Series/ThePractice'': The firm represented a client in a hit-and-run accident. The client's doctor discovered on the plaintiff's medical charts that he had an aneurysm (which his own doctors missed) that would kill him if it wasn't treated. The client refuses to allow the firm to disclose this information. Jimmy Berluti defies attorney-client privilege to tell the boy and his mother of his condition, enabling the doctors to save his life and earning Jimmy a minor judicial censure.
25th Sep '15 4:04:34 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and ComicBook/LoisLane, naturally. ComicBook/LexLuthor starts out as this before [[ForegoneConclusion sinking into villainy]]. Also frequently Chloe Sullivan. [[{{GreenArrow}} Oliver Queen]] also loves this trope. In general, Clark and his friends use this trope quite a bit.
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and ComicBook/LoisLane, naturally. ComicBook/LexLuthor starts out as this before [[ForegoneConclusion sinking into villainy]]. Also frequently Chloe Sullivan. [[{{GreenArrow}} [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Oliver Queen]] also loves this trope. In general, Clark and his friends use this trope quite a bit.
4th Aug '15 1:08:40 PM GunarmDyne
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* ''{{Series/Mash}}'': Hawkeye is one of the greatest examples of this as he is always a doctor first and an Army Captain second (if ever since he'd rather be a ''lot'' of things between doctor and army).
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* ''{{Series/Mash}}'': Hawkeye is one of the greatest examples of this as he is always a doctor first and an Army Captain second (if ever since he'd rather be a ''lot'' of things between doctor and army). He only ever pulls rank once to order a sergeant to send a "moose" (i.e.: Korean woman whose family literally sold her into slave labor) back home. When that doesn't work, he resorts to his usual methods. While that only happens once, it's easy to lose count of how many times he sees everyone as human and does the right thing despite going against army regulations and people like Frank Burns.
4th Aug '15 1:02:51 PM GunarmDyne
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* ''{{Series/Mash}}'': Hawkeye is one of the greatest examples of this as he is always a doctor first and an Army Captain second (if ever since he'd rather be a ''lot'' of things between doctor and army).
6th Jul '15 11:17:09 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and LoisLane, naturally. ComicBook/LexLuthor starts out as this before [[ForegoneConclusion sinking into villainy]]. Also frequently Chloe Sullivan. [[{{GreenArrow}} Oliver Queen]] also loves this trope. In general, Clark and his friends use this trope quite a bit.
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and LoisLane, ComicBook/LoisLane, naturally. ComicBook/LexLuthor starts out as this before [[ForegoneConclusion sinking into villainy]]. Also frequently Chloe Sullivan. [[{{GreenArrow}} Oliver Queen]] also loves this trope. In general, Clark and his friends use this trope quite a bit.
5th Jul '15 3:51:19 PM nombretomado
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* {{Psych}}: Shawn tries this trope when Juliet finds out he's been lying about being a psychic. Jules is not impressed.
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* {{Psych}}: ''Series/{{Psych}}'': Shawn tries this trope when Juliet finds out he's been lying about being a psychic. Jules is not impressed.

* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and LoisLane, naturally. LexLuthor starts out as this before [[ForegoneConclusion sinking into villainy]]. Also frequently Chloe Sullivan. [[{{GreenArrow}} Oliver Queen]] also loves this trope. In general, Clark and his friends use this trope quite a bit.
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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': [[{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and LoisLane, naturally. LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor starts out as this before [[ForegoneConclusion sinking into villainy]]. Also frequently Chloe Sullivan. [[{{GreenArrow}} Oliver Queen]] also loves this trope. In general, Clark and his friends use this trope quite a bit.
30th Jun '15 10:04:46 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined'': This is more or less ''the'' key trait of Karl "Helo" Agathon from the reboot. He's the guy who always does the right thing, no matter what price he has to pay or how hopeless a situation it puts him into; in the show's pilot he willing dooms himself to die so that an OmnidisciplinaryScientist can have the last seat off a nuked world. And considering just how badly most members of the human fleet compromise their beliefs or abuse their power, there are times when Helo seems to be the only one with a conscience or sanity.
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* ''Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined'': ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': This is more or less ''the'' key trait of Karl "Helo" Agathon from the reboot. He's the guy who always does the right thing, no matter what price he has to pay or how hopeless a situation it puts him into; in the show's pilot he willing dooms himself to die so that an OmnidisciplinaryScientist can have the last seat off a nuked world. And considering just how badly most members of the human fleet compromise their beliefs or abuse their power, there are times when Helo seems to be the only one with a conscience or sanity.
3rd May '15 8:46:01 PM HeroGal2347
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** Episode "Amok Time". Kirk violates Starfleet orders by returning Spock to Vulcan to save his life.
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** Episode "Amok Time"."[[Recap/StarTrekS2E1AmokTime Amok Time]]". Kirk violates Starfleet orders by returning Spock to Vulcan to save his life.
3rd May '15 8:11:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Chuck}}'': The fourth season finale has the eponymous hero going against the CIA [[spoiler:in order to get a chance to [[FindTheCure find a cure]] for a poisoned Sarah, who was struck down with a virus inflicted on her by the BigBad.]]
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* ''{{Chuck}}'': ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': The fourth season finale has the eponymous hero going against the CIA [[spoiler:in order to get a chance to [[FindTheCure find a cure]] for a poisoned Sarah, who was struck down with a virus inflicted on her by the BigBad.]]
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