"No matter how much you've changed, you still gotta pay the price for what you've done."
— Doug MacRay, The Town
Zuko: This isn't fair. Everyone else trusts me now. You're the only one still mad.
Katara: Oh, everyone trusts you now?! I was the first person to trust you, remember?! Back in Ba Sing Se! And you turned around and betrayed me! Betrayed all of us!
—Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Southern Raiders
Shepard: It's a little late to start worrying about his safety now.
Gavin Archer: I never stopped. I know you think I'm a monster. And you're right. Not a day goes by where my dreams aren't haunted by what I did to David. All I can do now is hope that one day he forgives me.
"To what extent is it just that Baker's Doctor is fatally flawed or miscast? As mentioned, the audios do suggest that Baker is, in fact a skilled actor and that his Doctor can work, but then again, audio is a different medium... So much effort was put into making Baker's Doctor unlikable that, well, it succeeded to a real extent. Even if the eventual redemption had played out the fact remains that Baker's Doctor was always designed as being a bit dodgy and flawed. No amount of redemption, it should be noted, would have undone this. The idea that this Doctor was fatally flawed was written into the basic concept of the character. Even after a seven season arc of redemption Baker's Doctor would still be defined as the one that might have been bad."
"So you take a guy who's committed a crime. Now you put him on a registry that may keep him from getting a job, or making friends, generally just totally isolating him for the rest of his life and giving him lots of free time. Do you think that makes him ''less'' likely to commit another crime?"