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23rd Apr '16 11:01:18 PM MsChibi
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* In ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', Makoto Shishio, the BigBad is seen drinking sake and enjoying a nice picnic with his girlfriend, Yumi. In the [[DirectorsCut remastered version]], they are also seen having sex.
11th Mar '16 4:28:29 PM Psi001
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** Since Hoenn, Jessie has taken to entering Pokemon contests (usually in a PaperThinDisguise to avoid controversy), usually shanghaiing Meowth into the mix. This is especially evident in the Sinnoh contests and Kalos showcases, where they often competed without a villainous plan or intent of cheating, sometimes even [[TeamRocketWins winning from]] [[LaserGuidedKarma fair skills]].
24th Jan '16 6:26:04 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' features the Team Rocket trio in this trope semi-frequently. One episode had [[TheDon Giovanni]] spending time catching some rays at the beach while James and Jesse pestered Ash and co. while they were researching Slowpoke evolution.

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the Team Rocket trio in this trope semi-frequently. One episode had [[TheDon Giovanni]] spending time catching some rays at the beach while James and Jesse pestered Ash and co. while they were researching Slowpoke evolution.
** Hilariously done in "The Island of Giant Pokémon", where in one scene, Koffing and Ekans are chilling and having tea while Ash's Pokémon give Meowth a good shellacking.
23rd Dec '15 9:29:07 PM Doug86
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* When Nagi (in both his ''Anime/{MaiHime'' and ''Anime/MaiOtome'' incarnations) isn't [[ManipulativeBastard messing with people's heads for fun]], he's sometimes seen reading from his favorite book and/or enjoying the local scenery.

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* When Nagi (in both his ''Anime/{MaiHime'' ''Anime/MaiHime'' and ''Anime/MaiOtome'' incarnations) isn't [[ManipulativeBastard messing with people's heads for fun]], he's sometimes seen reading from his favorite book and/or enjoying the local scenery.
23rd Dec '15 9:25:24 PM Doug86
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* When Nagi (in both his ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}'' and ''Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}'' incarnations) isn't [[ManipulativeBastard messing with people's heads for fun]], he's sometimes seen reading from his favorite book and/or enjoying the local scenery.

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* When Nagi (in both his ''Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}'' ''Anime/{MaiHime'' and ''Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}'' ''Anime/MaiOtome'' incarnations) isn't [[ManipulativeBastard messing with people's heads for fun]], he's sometimes seen reading from his favorite book and/or enjoying the local scenery.
5th Oct '15 1:40:34 AM Adept
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* Kyo'ichi, already an IneffectualSympatheticVillain ButtMonkey in ''VampireDoll'', is degraded even further when the protagonists find him shopping for groceries, having swapped his ImpossiblyCoolClothes for a sweater. In another blow to his villainous reputation, he only shops at that store because the ladies running it find him to be TheWoobie and give him free stuff.

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* Kyo'ichi, already an IneffectualSympatheticVillain ButtMonkey in ''VampireDoll'', ''Manga/VampireDoll'', is degraded even further when the protagonists find him shopping for groceries, having swapped his ImpossiblyCoolClothes for a sweater. In another blow to his villainous reputation, he only shops at that store because the ladies running it find him to be TheWoobie and give him free stuff.
15th Sep '15 7:26:21 PM ultimomant
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* Organization XIII from the ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'' manga do this: Zexion drinks tea and makes tsukemono (Japanese pickled vegetables), Lexaeus reads manga and solves puzzles, Vexen likes to complain about people not realizing/outright ignoring his seniority, Larxene reads Marquis de Sade, Axel reads books about cooking, and Marluxia and Larxene have dinner together.

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* Organization XIII from the ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'' ''Manga/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'' manga do this: Zexion drinks tea and makes tsukemono (Japanese pickled vegetables), Lexaeus reads manga and solves puzzles, Vexen likes to complain about people not realizing/outright ignoring his seniority, Larxene reads Marquis de Sade, Axel reads books about cooking, and Marluxia and Larxene have dinner together.



** The third-party villain Tron from ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'' is seen watching cartoons in a few scenes. (Although in one of them, he's doing it while his henchman IV is nearby, negotiating with some mercenaries to deal with Yuma.) The villains Gilag and Alit are shown hanging out in a bar and Gilag gives Alit advice for his crush on Kotori. Gilag also watches TV (but he seems to steal cable) and reads manga frequently. He even draws some manga sketches and shows them to a manga artist, who says they suck.

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** The third-party villain Tron from ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'' ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'' is seen watching cartoons in a few scenes. (Although in one of them, he's doing it while his henchman IV is nearby, negotiating with some mercenaries to deal with Yuma.) The villains Gilag and Alit are shown hanging out in a bar and Gilag gives Alit advice for his crush on Kotori. Gilag also watches TV (but he seems to steal cable) and reads manga frequently. He even draws some manga sketches and shows them to a manga artist, who says they suck.
10th Jul '15 6:23:28 PM Terrialstrasz
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*** Cover-stories in general focus on defeated villains trying to deal with their lives after being clobbered by the Straw Hats. Wapol ends up forming a conglomerate, Hatchi fulfills his dream of owning a Takoyaki stand, and Gedatsu starts up his own hot-spring resort. The rest of the Baroque Works Officer Agents start up another Spiders Cafe.

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*** Cover-stories in general focus on defeated villains trying to deal with their lives after being clobbered by the Straw Hats. Wapol ends up forming a conglomerate, inventing the One Piece equivalent of Lego and becomes filthy rich thanks to it, Hatchi fulfills his dream of owning a Takoyaki stand, and Gedatsu starts up his own hot-spring resort. The rest of the Baroque Works Officer Agents start up another Spiders Cafe.
21st May '15 9:54:29 AM RainFairy
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* [[MadScientist Mayuri]] [[JerkAss Kurotsuchi]] from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is a rare "[[WhatTheHellHero Good Guy]]" example of this trope. His various omake episode appearances include offering to change Renji's zanpakuto ''[[EmpathicWeapon Zabimaru]]'' into an attractive woman (even providing a pamphlet) and filling in for [[OppositeSexClone his]] [[ArtificialHuman daughter]] at a "Shinigami Womens' Society" meeting. His character sheet, too, lists his various hobbies, which include reading every single line of the "Seireitei News Letter" and publishing his own surprisingly popular personal health article. However, a more literal example of the trope could be applied to [[DracoInLeatherPants Gin Ichimaru]], who hosts his own amusing "[[AffablyEvil Bad Guy]]" version of the Shinigami Golden Cup omake.

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* [[MadScientist Mayuri]] [[JerkAss Kurotsuchi]] from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' is a rare "[[WhatTheHellHero "[[TokenEvilTeammate Good Guy]]" example of this trope. His various omake episode appearances include offering to change Renji's zanpakuto ''[[EmpathicWeapon Zabimaru]]'' into an attractive woman (even providing a pamphlet) and filling in for [[OppositeSexClone his]] [[ArtificialHuman daughter]] at a "Shinigami Womens' Society" meeting. His character sheet, too, lists his various hobbies, which include reading every single line of the "Seireitei News Letter" and publishing his own surprisingly popular personal health article. However, a more literal example of the trope could be applied to [[DracoInLeatherPants Gin Ichimaru]], who hosts his own amusing "[[AffablyEvil Bad Guy]]" version of the Shinigami Golden Cup omake.
5th Feb '15 7:46:48 AM Katsuhagi
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* While this is never ''directly'' referred to, the BigBad in ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' is mostly seen in the beginning of the series...picking grapes, writing letters, and taking walks in the sunshine. This has the effect of making her ''more'' creepy than the previous mafioso punks and thugs.

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* While this is never ''directly'' referred to, the BigBad in ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' is mostly seen in the beginning of the series...series picking grapes, writing letters, and taking walks in the sunshine. This has the effect of making her ''more'' creepy than the previous mafioso punks and thugs.
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