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* BattleCouple: With Danny in the second half of the first season of ''Iron Fist''.

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* BattleCouple: With Danny in the second half of the first season of ''Iron Fist'', in ''The Defenders'', and the most of the second season of ''Iron Fist''.


* EvilCounterpart: [[By season 3 she has become one for Matt Murdock. Both have similar fighting styles, powers, and reflexes, and both take up vigilante crime fighting while having a SecretIdentity. However Matt Murdock has a much stronger moral code and {{Morality Chain}}s that prevents him from becoming no better than the people he's fighting, while Trish would sacrifices for a more lethal approach, eventually driving her friends away and becoming the bad guy.]]

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* EvilCounterpart: [[By [[spoiler: By season 3 she has become one for Matt Murdock. Both have similar fighting styles, powers, and reflexes, and both take up vigilante crime fighting while having a SecretIdentity. However Matt Murdock has a much stronger moral code and {{Morality Chain}}s that prevents him from becoming no better than the people he's fighting, while Trish would sacrifices for a more lethal approach, eventually driving her friends away and becoming the bad guy.]]

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* EvilCounterpart: [[By season 3 she has become one for Matt Murdock. Both have similar fighting styles, powers, and reflexes, and both take up vigilante crime fighting while having a SecretIdentity. However Matt Murdock has a much stronger moral code and {{Morality Chain}}s that prevents him from becoming no better than the people he's fighting, while Trish would sacrifices for a more lethal approach, eventually driving her friends away and becoming the bad guy.]]


** To Davos. Both grew up with a Defender (Jessica Jones and Danny Rand respectively) whom their family adopts, were best friends with them but grew envious of their superpowers and wanted superpowers themselves. However, Trish wanted to find the person gave Jessica her powers so he can give her powers in her desire to become just like Jessica, while Davos wanted to steal Danny's powers because he believes himself to be more deserving of them.[[note]]Though the methods which Trish employed to get them were no less selfish or traitorous, and she is nearly as immoral as he is during that point.[[/note]] [[spoiler: While the process of getting powers seemed to fail for Trish she does get powers later on; while the process to steal the Iron Fist from Danny proved to be successful for Davos, he would lose the Iron Fist leaving him powerless once more. She would end up becoming a vigilante who uses lethal force just just like Davos, but would eventually have a HeelRealization after being arrested while Davos still thought he was justified in his actions.]]

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** To Davos. Both grew up with a Defender (Jessica Jones and Danny Rand respectively) whom their family adopts, were best friends with them but grew envious of their superpowers and wanted superpowers themselves. However, Trish wanted to find the person gave Jessica her powers so he can give her powers in her desire to become just like Jessica, while Davos wanted to steal Danny's powers because he believes himself to be more deserving of them.[[note]]Though the methods which Trish employed to get them were no less selfish or traitorous, and she is nearly as immoral as he is during that point.[[/note]] [[spoiler: While the process of getting powers seemed to fail for Trish she does get powers later on; while the process to steal the Iron Fist from Danny proved to be successful for Davos, he would lose the Iron Fist leaving him powerless once more. She would end up becoming a vigilante who uses lethal force just just like Davos, but would eventually have a HeelRealization after being arrested while Davos still thought he was justified in his actions.]]


* EntitledToHaveYou: This is more or less how she feels about Wendy in Season 3. [[spoiler: She breaks up Wendy's family using the excuse that her husband is a liar and a theif to justify it. When Wendy makes it clear Jeri's actions weren't out of love and wants nothing to do with her, Jeri doesn't give up. She admits to cheating on her when they were in school because she wasn't ready to come out or commit back then, but expects Wendy to drop everything and run back to her now that she is ready, and because she is dying. She later uses Demetri, a business rival Wendy has beef with to try and get back into her life. Only for Wendy to uses this to her advantage and then leave her during the Season Finale, making it clear that she won't be there for her when she dies of her diease because of her selfish actions.]]

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* EntitledToHaveYou: This is more or less how she feels about Wendy Kith in Season 3. [[spoiler: She breaks up Wendy's Kith's family using the excuse that her husband is a liar and a theif thief to justify it. When Wendy Kith makes it clear Jeri's actions weren't out of love and wants nothing to do with her, Jeri doesn't give up. She admits to cheating on her with Wendy when they were in school because she wasn't ready to come out or commit back then, but expects Wendy Kith to drop everything and run back to her now that she is ready, and because she is dying. She later uses Demetri, a business rival Wendy Kith has beef with to try and get back into her life. Only for Wendy Kith to uses this to her advantage and then leave her during the Season Finale, making it clear that she won't be there for her when she dies of her diease disease because of her selfish actions.]]



* LoveIsAWeakness: At the end of Season 3 [[spoiler: after Wendy leaves her good, Jeri promises her she will never let herself become like this again. Especially, once it became clear that Wendy was never going to go back to her and was using her to get rid of Demetri, a hated rival.]]

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* LoveIsAWeakness: At the end of Season 3 [[spoiler: after Wendy Kith leaves her good, Jeri promises her she will never let herself become like this again. Especially, once it became clear that Wendy Kith was never going to go back to her and was using her to get rid of Demetri, a hated business rival.]]

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* LoveIsAWeakness: At the end of Season 3 [[spoiler: after Wendy leaves her good, Jeri promises her she will never let herself become like this again. Especially, once it became clear that Wendy was never going to go back to her and was using her to get rid of Demetri, a hated rival.]]

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* EntitledToHaveYou: This is more or less how she feels about Wendy in Season 3. [[spoiler: She breaks up Wendy's family using the excuse that her husband is a liar and a theif to justify it. When Wendy makes it clear Jeri's actions weren't out of love and wants nothing to do with her, Jeri doesn't give up. She admits to cheating on her when they were in school because she wasn't ready to come out or commit back then, but expects Wendy to drop everything and run back to her now that she is ready, and because she is dying. She later uses Demetri, a business rival Wendy has beef with to try and get back into her life. Only for Wendy to uses this to her advantage and then leave her during the Season Finale, making it clear that she won't be there for her when she dies of her diease because of her selfish actions.]]


** [[spoiler: While she does become Hell Cat in season 3, This version of Trish actually draws more similarities from Yuri Watanabe/Wraith, being an ally to a superhero before turning against them upon losing faith in the system and becoming a murderous vigilante dispatching her own twisted sense of justice

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** [[spoiler: While she does become Hell Cat in season 3, This version of Trish actually draws more similarities from Yuri Watanabe/Wraith, being an ally to a superhero before turning against them upon losing faith in the system and becoming a murderous vigilante dispatching her own twisted sense of justicejustice.]]


* CompositeCharacter: This iteration of the character seems to blend the "former child star" aspect of [[Creator/MarvelUniverse mainstream Patsy,]] the "media personality" aspect of [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Patsy,]] and being Jessica's blond-haired best friend in place of [[Comicbook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]].[[note]]The Netflix role had to be rewritten because plans were already in motion to feature Carol in her own MCU film.[[/note]] She is also a composite character of Jessica's unnamed adoptive sister.

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This iteration of the character seems to blend the "former child star" aspect of [[Creator/MarvelUniverse mainstream Patsy,]] the "media personality" aspect of [[ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Ultimate Patsy,]] and being Jessica's blond-haired best friend in place of [[Comicbook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]].[[note]]The Netflix role had to be rewritten because plans were already in motion to feature Carol in her own MCU film.[[/note]] She is also a composite character of Jessica's unnamed adoptive sister.
** [[spoiler: While she does become Hell Cat in season 3, This version of Trish actually draws more similarities from Yuri Watanabe/Wraith, being an ally to a superhero before turning against them upon losing faith in the system and becoming a murderous vigilante dispatching her own twisted sense of justice



* DistaffCounterpart:[[spoiler: By season 3 Trish has become one to Davos, being a Defender's adopted sibling and closest friend before go against them once they develop powers and become murderous vigilantes.]]



** To Davos. Both grew up with a Defender (Jessica Jones and Danny Rand respectively) whom their family adopts, were best friends with them but grew envious of their superpowers and wanted superpowers themselves. However, Trish wanted to find the person gave Jessica her powers so he can give her powers in her desire to become just like Jessica, while Davos wanted to steal Danny's powers because he believes himself to be more deserving of them.[[note]]Though the methods which Trish employed to get them were no less selfish or traitorous, and she is nearly as immoral as he is during that point.[[/note]] [[spoiler: While the process of getting powers seemed to fail for Trish she does get powers later on; while the process to steal the Iron Fist from Danny proved to be successful for Davos, he would lose the Iron Fist leaving him powerless once more.]]

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** To Davos. Both grew up with a Defender (Jessica Jones and Danny Rand respectively) whom their family adopts, were best friends with them but grew envious of their superpowers and wanted superpowers themselves. However, Trish wanted to find the person gave Jessica her powers so he can give her powers in her desire to become just like Jessica, while Davos wanted to steal Danny's powers because he believes himself to be more deserving of them.[[note]]Though the methods which Trish employed to get them were no less selfish or traitorous, and she is nearly as immoral as he is during that point.[[/note]] [[spoiler: While the process of getting powers seemed to fail for Trish she does get powers later on; while the process to steal the Iron Fist from Danny proved to be successful for Davos, he would lose the Iron Fist leaving him powerless once more. She would end up becoming a vigilante who uses lethal force just just like Davos, but would eventually have a HeelRealization after being arrested while Davos still thought he was justified in his actions.]]


* AdaptationalVillainy: [[spoiler:Her comic counterpart is a moral superhero;, while Trish as her vigilante alter ego ends up becoming murderous in her methods.]]

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* AdaptationalVillainy: [[spoiler:Her comic counterpart is a moral superhero;, superhero, while Trish as her vigilante alter ego ends up becoming murderous in her methods.]]


** From offscreen in ''Luke Cage'' season 2, she accidentally endangers Ingrid's safety. By passing the word that someone survived the Rum Punch Massacre, Mariah and Shades end up learning of Ingrid's survival after a reporter brings it up at a police press conference.


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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: From offscreen in ''Luke Cage'' season 2, she accidentally endangers Ingrid's safety. By passing the word that someone survived the Rum Punch Massacre, Mariah and Shades end up learning of Ingrid's survival after a reporter brings it up at a police press conference.


* HotScoop: Once she gets a reporter job, given her sex appeal is very proeminent.

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* HotBlooded: She has a fierce temper and low impulse control, which gets her into trouble on multiple occasions.
* HotScoop: Once she gets a reporter job, given her sex appeal is very proeminent.prominent.



** Becomes even more blatant in the first season of ''The Punisher'' where she continues to aid and abet Frank despite swearing to cut all ties with him for murdering the Blacksmith in the last season of ''Daredevil'', as well both supporting and condemning his murderous vigilantism throughout the season. She even has to take a brief pause when she harangues Lewis Wilson for his murderous bombings and reasons, despite already supporting Frank who's arguably killed many more people than Lewis did in one bombing spree.

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** Becomes even more blatant in the first season of ''The Punisher'' where she continues to aid and abet Frank despite swearing to cut all ties with him for murdering the Blacksmith in the last previous season of ''Daredevil'', as well both supporting and condemning his murderous vigilantism throughout the season. She even has to take a brief pause when she harangues Lewis Wilson for his murderous bombings and reasons, despite already supporting Frank who's arguably killed many more people than Lewis did in one bombing spree.

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* PayEvilUntoEvil: [[spoiler: All three characters that she ends up killing in season 3 of ''Jessica Jones'' are written to be as [[HateSink loathsome]] as possible, to make it clear that her moral compass is more or less on par with The Punisher]].


* TheParagon: Trish has Karen Page's levels of idealism, and always keeps it no matter what happens to her. Her idealism and goodness are so infectious that it's what [[spoiler:[[LoveMakesYouEvil drives Simpson insane]]]] and what helps Jessica overcome her apathy and cynicism [[spoiler:and ultimately defeat Kilgrave.]]

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* TheParagon: In Season 1. Trish has Karen Page's levels of idealism, and always keeps it no matter what happens to her. Her idealism and goodness are so infectious that it's what [[spoiler:[[LoveMakesYouEvil drives Simpson insane]]]] and what helps Jessica overcome her apathy and cynicism [[spoiler:and ultimately defeat Kilgrave.]]]] This trope becomes deconstructed ''and'' subverted to Hell and back in the following two seasons.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Season 2 sees Trish spiralling after continuous use of the combat enhancement inhaler culminating in her threatening and manipulating those around her all in an effort [[spoiler:to gain powers.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Season 2 sees Trish spiralling after continuous use of the combat enhancement inhaler culminating in her threatening and manipulating those around her all in an effort [[spoiler:to gain powers.]] And she only gets worse in Season 3.]]



* WeUsedToBeFriends: [[spoiler:Jessica disowns her after the ''Season 2'' finale for shooting her mother. They reconcile in Season 3, but eventually fall apart again.]]

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* WeUsedToBeFriends: [[spoiler:Jessica disowns her after the ''Season 2'' Season 2 finale for shooting her mother. They reconcile in Season 3, but eventually fall apart again.]]

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* AdaptationalBadass: She's far more of an active character than her original comic book incarnation, and with a frequently fierce attitude to match.

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