History TheMole / LiveActionTV

11th Jan '17 5:44:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Greek}}'': Jen K is a mole for the school newspaper, and puts a dent in the entire Greek system with her article. Apropos that Jen K is played by Jessica Rose of ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' fame (see below).

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* ''{{Greek}}'': ''Series/{{Greek}}'': Jen K is a mole for the school newspaper, and puts a dent in the entire Greek system with her article. Apropos that Jen K is played by Jessica Rose of ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' ''WebVideo/Lonelygirl15'' fame (see below).
2nd Jan '17 2:45:41 AM SSJMagus
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** The Romulan [[StateSec Tal'Shiar]] is shockingly prone to moles at its highest ranks. [[spoiler:In "[[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS03E21TheDieIsCast The Dies is Cast]]", Colonel Lovok reveals himself as a Changeling. And in "[[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS07E16InterArmaEnimSilentLeges Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges]]", General Koval (the ''Chairman'' of the Tal'Shiar) is a double agent for the Federation.]]
10th Dec '16 12:33:28 AM upupandaway42
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* In the ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' episode [[Recap/ArrowS5E7Vigilante "Vigilante"]], Artemis is revealed to be a mole in Team Arrow for Prometheus.
6th Dec '16 3:36:27 PM CumbersomeTercel
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** "The Web of Fear" concerns the fact that one character in the group is working for the Great Intelligence. Oddly for anyone who knows anything about ''Doctor Who'', the character clearly intended to be the primary suspect for most of the story is (then-)Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart. (The novelisation alters this by clearing him of suspicion early on.) The GenreSavvy viewer's primary suspect is probably Chorley. The actual suspect turns out to be [[spoiler: Arnold, a MauveShirt who got killed in an earlier episode and is [[TheUndead still moving around as a possessed corpse]].]]
** In the episode "The Runaway Bride", Lance - the fiance of the eponymous bride - is revealed to be working for the sinister Queen of the Racnoss. And in "The Last of the Time Lords", [[spoiler:a scientist employed by Martha turns her over to The Master. In a minor subversion in the latter example, however, Martha's actually counting on her doing so as part of her plan.]]

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** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear The Web of Fear" Fear]]" concerns the fact that one character in the group is working for the Great Intelligence. Oddly for anyone who knows anything about ''Doctor Who'', the character clearly intended to be the primary suspect for most of the story is (then-)Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart. (The novelisation alters this by clearing him of suspicion early on.) The GenreSavvy viewer's primary suspect is probably Chorley. The actual suspect turns out to be [[spoiler: Arnold, a MauveShirt who got killed in an earlier episode and is [[TheUndead still moving around as a possessed corpse]].]]
** In the episode "The "[[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride The Runaway Bride", Bride]]", Lance - the fiance of the eponymous bride - is revealed to be working for the sinister Queen of the Racnoss. And in "The Last of the Time Lords", [[spoiler:a scientist employed by Martha turns her over to The Master. In a minor subversion in the latter example, however, Martha's actually counting on her doing so as part of her plan.]]
16th Nov '16 7:14:35 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/{{Blindspot}}'':
** Jane's handlers in [[NebulousEvilOrganization Sandstorm]] force her to be this for them in the FBI throughout Season 1, under threat against Kurt's life.
** Throughout the first half of Season 2, it is repeatedly mentioned that Sandstorm has a second mole, meant to monitor Jane in case she defects. The midseason finale reveals it to be [[spoiler: Dr. Borden]].
6th Mar '16 10:26:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Numb3rs}}'': In the season 3 finale, [[spoiler:FBI agent Colby Granger was revealed to be a spy for the Chinese.]] But in the premiere of season 4, [[spoiler:it was shown that he was a double agent the whole time.]]

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* ''{{Numb3rs}}'': ''Series/{{Numb3rs}}'': In the season 3 finale, [[spoiler:FBI agent Colby Granger was revealed to be a spy for the Chinese.]] But in the premiere of season 4, [[spoiler:it was shown that he was a double agent the whole time.]]



* ''TheWire'':

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25th Jan '16 8:10:03 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheNewAvengers'': In "To Catch a Rat", a former agent recovers his memory after having amnesia for 17 years. He remembers he was hunting a mole known as 'the White Rat'. Realising the the Rat is still in the department, he resumes his hunt.
23rd Jan '16 7:46:06 PM bwburke94
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** Jenny was sent to Sunnydale in Season 1 to keep an eye on Angel.



** Riley in Season 8.
*** Riley is a ReverseMole, actually.
** Jenny was sent to Sunnydale to keep an eye on Angel.

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** Riley in [[ComicBook/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Season 8.
*** Riley
8]] is a ReverseMole, actually.
** Jenny was sent to Sunnydale to keep an eye
ReverseMole on Angel. Buffy's side.



** "The Web of Fear" concerns the fact that one character in the group is working for the Great Intelligence. Oddly for anyone who knows anything about ''Doctor Who'', the character clearly intended to be the primary suspect for most of the story is Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart. (The novelisation alters this by clearing him of suspicion early on.) The GenreSavvy viewer's primary suspect is probably Chorley. The actual suspect turns out to be [[spoiler: Arnold, a MauveShirt who got killed in an earlier episode and is [[TheUndead still moving around as a possessed corpse]].]]

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** "The Web of Fear" concerns the fact that one character in the group is working for the Great Intelligence. Oddly for anyone who knows anything about ''Doctor Who'', the character clearly intended to be the primary suspect for most of the story is Colonel (then-)Colonel Lethbridge-Stewart. (The novelisation alters this by clearing him of suspicion early on.) The GenreSavvy viewer's primary suspect is probably Chorley. The actual suspect turns out to be [[spoiler: Arnold, a MauveShirt who got killed in an earlier episode and is [[TheUndead still moving around as a possessed corpse]].]]
26th Nov '15 8:34:21 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''Film/PerfectAssassins'': Leo turns out to be working for [[BigBad Greely]] to bring TheProtagonist to him.
11th Oct '15 11:31:31 AM eowynjedi
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* A minor example in one episode of ''Series/BarneyMiller'' has the squad looking a "field agent" who is working for InternalAffairs. Due to the litany of excessively trivial offenses they're cited with, they quickly figure out that it's Levitt.
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