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7th Sep '17 9:41:55 AM Berrenta
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* ''Series/{{JAG}}:

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4th Jun '17 5:59:04 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Locke poses as a Night's Watch recruit to find Bran and Rickon, going so far as to actually take the vows. He's killed before we find out how he was planning to get out of that.
26th Apr '17 4:33:43 PM AthenaBlue
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** In [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]], Lance -- the fiancé of the eponymous bride -- is revealed to be working for the sinister Queen of the Racnoss.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E13LastOfTheTimeLords "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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** In [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]], Lance -- the fiancé of the eponymous bride -- is revealed to be working for the sinister Queen Empress of the Racnoss.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E13LastOfTheTimeLords "Last of the Time Lords"]], [[spoiler:a scientist employed by Martha gets help from turns her over to the Master. In a minor subversion in the latter example, subversion, however, Martha's actually counting on her doing so as part of her plan.]]
17th Apr '17 7:35:14 PM AthenaBlue
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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear 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 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 "[[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride 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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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear 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 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 "[[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride The Runaway Bride]]", Lance - the fiance of the eponymous bride - is revealed to be working for the sinister Queen of the Racnoss. And in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E1TheMasqueOfMandragora "The Last Masque of Mandragora"]], Sarah Jane is hypnotized into doing this.
** The character of Vislor Turlough is initially introduced as a mole character who orchestrates his way into becoming one
of the Time Lords", [[spoiler:a scientist employed by Martha turns her over to The Master. In a minor subversion in Fifth Doctor's companions under orders from the latter example, however, Martha's actually counting Black Guardian to kill him, but eventually does a HeelFaceTurn and defies the Guardian and goes on her doing so as part to become a loyal companion for the rest of her plan.]]his time on the show.



** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E1TheMasqueOfMandragora The Masque Of Mandragora]]", Sarah Jane is hypnotized into doing this.
** The character of Vislor Turlough is initially introduced as a mole character who orchestrates his way into becoming one of the Fifth Doctor's companions under orders from the Black Guardian to kill him, but eventually does a HeelFaceTurn and defies the Guardian and goes on to become a loyal companion for the rest of his time on the show.

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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E1TheMasqueOfMandragora The Masque Of Mandragora]]", Sarah Jane is hypnotized into doing this.
** The character of Vislor Turlough is initially introduced as a mole character who orchestrates his way into becoming one
[[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]], Lance -- the fiancé of the Fifth Doctor's companions under orders from the Black Guardian eponymous bride -- is revealed to kill him, but eventually does a HeelFaceTurn and defies the Guardian and goes on to become a loyal companion be working for the rest sinister Queen of his time on the show.Racnoss.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E13LastOfTheTimeLords "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.]]
7th Apr '17 10:03:12 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear 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]].]]

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** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebOfFear 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]].]]



* ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'': The early episodes set up that there's a spy somewhere in the House, eventually revealing it to be [[spoiler: head of security Dominic]]. Notable in how the character was practically the only one fans ''hadn't'' suggested The Mole to be...''because it was such an [[DevilInPlainSight obvious choice]], [[GenreSavvy everyone assumed]] that it ruled them out.'' Oh, Joss Whedon, you insane genius. In the final episodes it is revealed that in fact [[spoiler:Boyd]], a trusted figure in Adelle's house, was the one in charge of Rossum Corporation.

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* ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'': The early episodes set up that there's a spy somewhere in the House, eventually revealing it to be [[spoiler: head of security Dominic]]. Notable in how the character was practically the only one fans ''hadn't'' suggested The Mole to be...''because it was such an [[DevilInPlainSight obvious choice]], [[GenreSavvy everyone assumed]] assumed that it ruled them out.'' Oh, Joss Whedon, you insane genius. In the final episodes it is revealed that in fact [[spoiler:Boyd]], a trusted figure in Adelle's house, was the one in charge of Rossum Corporation.
10th Mar '17 2:41:13 PM mlsmithca
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* ''TheAdventureGame'': After appearing as a contestant on the first series, Lesley Judd then appeared as The Mole on later series, culminating in a puzzle where the other contestants had to avoid finishing on the same square as her, otherwise they would be eliminated.

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* ''TheAdventureGame'': ''Series/TheAdventureGame'': After appearing as a contestant on in the last episode of the first series, former ''Series/BluePeter'' presenter Lesley Judd then appeared as The Mole on later in the second series, culminating in a puzzle where ostensibly needing to be rescued by the other three contestants had but actually working to avoid finishing on the same square as her, otherwise they hinder them. The contestants would be eliminated.told in advance that "one of [them]" was a mole, and around two-thirds of the way through each episode, they and Judd would be gathered together and asked to collectively identify the mole; if they guessed correctly, Judd would confess and allow them to continue, but if they guessed incorrectly, the falsely accused mole would be eliminated from the team (though this came with the blessing of exempting them from the episode's final game, the Vortex), Judd would unmask herself, and the remaining two contestants would have to continue on their own. [[spoiler:Only one of the five teams from Series 2 (comprising mathematician and Rubik's Cube expert David Singmaster, ''Nationwide'' presenter Sue Cook, and marketing executive Philip Sheppard) correctly identified Judd as the mole.]]



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.]]
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