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* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', there are four different episodes in which a character is either BrainwashedAndCrazy or has their mental faculties increased and/or twisted to villainous levels: Baljeet becomes an EvilGenius bent on [[ApocalypseHow removing Earth's atmosphere]] ForScience in "Cranius Maximus", Carl The Intern, who is normally a doormat to Major Monogram, turns against him after accidentally being blasted with Doofenshmirtz's Ultimate Evil-Inator and attempts to take over the O.W.C.A. and the Tri-State Area in the "Where's Perry?" Two-Parter, Lawrence is accidentally turned evil as well and finds himself [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomeing king of the pharmacists]] in "Bullseye!", and in the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbStarWars "Star Wars" episode]], Ferb is blasted with a Sith-Inator, becomes an expy of Darth Maul, and attacks Phineas. According to WordOfGod, this was the only feasible way to orchestrate a fight between the stepbrothers.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', there are four different episodes in which a character is either BrainwashedAndCrazy or has their mental faculties increased and/or twisted to villainous levels: Baljeet becomes an EvilGenius bent on [[ApocalypseHow removing Earth's atmosphere]] ForScience in "Cranius Maximus", Carl The Intern, who is normally a doormat to Major Monogram, turns against him after accidentally being blasted with Doofenshmirtz's Ultimate Evil-Inator and attempts to take over the O.W.C.A. and the Tri-State Area in the "Where's Perry?" Two-Parter, Lawrence is accidentally turned evil as well and finds himself [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomeing becoming king of the pharmacists]] in "Bullseye!", and in the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbStarWars "Star Wars" episode]], Ferb is blasted with a Sith-Inator, becomes an expy of Darth Maul, and attacks Phineas. According to WordOfGod, this was the only feasible way to orchestrate a fight between the stepbrothers.


* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', there are four different episodes in which a character is BrainwashedAndCrazy: Baljeet decides to [[ApocalypseHow remove the atmosphere]] ForScience in "Cranius Maximus", Carl the Intern plots to rule the Tri-State Area in "Where's Perry?", Lawrence [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes king of the pharmacists]] in "Bullseye!", and in the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbStarWars "Star Wars" episode]], Ferb is blasted with a Sith-Inator and attacks Phineas. According to WordOfGod, this was the only feasible way to orchestrate a fight between the brothers.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', there are four different episodes in which a character is BrainwashedAndCrazy: either BrainwashedAndCrazy or has their mental faculties increased and/or twisted to villainous levels: Baljeet decides to becomes an EvilGenius bent on [[ApocalypseHow remove the removing Earth's atmosphere]] ForScience in "Cranius Maximus", Carl The Intern, who is normally a doormat to Major Monogram, turns against him after accidentally being blasted with Doofenshmirtz's Ultimate Evil-Inator and attempts to take over the Intern plots to rule O.W.C.A. and the Tri-State Area in the "Where's Perry?", Perry?" Two-Parter, Lawrence is accidentally turned evil as well and finds himself [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes becomeing king of the pharmacists]] in "Bullseye!", and in the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbStarWars "Star Wars" episode]], Ferb is blasted with a Sith-Inator Sith-Inator, becomes an expy of Darth Maul, and attacks Phineas. According to WordOfGod, this was the only feasible way to orchestrate a fight between the brothers.stepbrothers.


* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' most main characters have their own episodes as antagonistic threats, usually when they get the motivation to screw the rest of the cast over. A special mention goes to Irving who in one episode manages to get his hands on Grim's scythe. Naturally, he gets DrunkWithPower and uses the scythe to unleash all sorts of pandemonium upon Endsville and hypnotize Mandy to be his mindless concubine. Eventually, Billy manages to defeat him with some super-hard sandwiches he made and Irving ends up turned into a sea monkey, whom Billy quickly takes as a pet.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' most main characters have their own episodes as antagonistic threats, usually when they get the motivation to screw the rest of the cast over. A special mention goes to Irving Irwin who in one episode manages to get his hands on Grim's scythe. Naturally, he gets DrunkWithPower and uses the scythe to unleash all sorts of pandemonium upon Endsville and hypnotize Mandy to be his mindless concubine. Eventually, Billy manages to defeat him with some super-hard sandwiches he made and Irving Irwin ends up turned into a sea monkey, whom Billy quickly takes as a pet.


* In many episodes of ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}''one of the Halliwell sisters will go to the dark side for a day before switching back by the end of the episode.

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* In many episodes of ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}''one ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'' one of the Halliwell sisters will go to the dark side for a day before switching back by the end of the episode.


* ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'':
** In many episodes one of the Halliwell sisters will go to the dark side for a day before switching back by the end of the episode. A particularly notable one early on has all three sisters turn evil by the end of the episode, only for Leo to save them.
** The episode where Paige does a spell to conjure up a 'Mr. Right' for 24 hrs which inadvertently also produces a 'Mr. Wrong' who she allows to seduce her with his seductive naughtiness.

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* ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'':
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In many episodes one of ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}''one of the Halliwell sisters will go to the dark side for a day before switching back by the end of the episode. episode.
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A particularly notable one early in "[[Recap/CharmedS3E13BrideAndGloom Bride and Gloom]]" on has all three sisters turn evil by the end of the episode, only for Leo to save them.
** The episode "[[Recap/CharmedS6E20AWrongDaysJourneyIntoRight A Wrong Days Journey into Right]]" where Paige does a spell to conjure up a 'Mr. Right' for 24 hrs which inadvertently also produces a 'Mr. Wrong' who she allows to seduce her with his seductive naughtiness.


* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': Gumball has stinted as this in various episodes"

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': Gumball has stinted as this in various episodes"''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episodes:



* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', there are three different episodes in which a character is BrainwashedAndCrazy: Baljeet decides to [[ApocalypseHow remove the atmosphere]] ForScience in "Cranius Maximus", Carl the Intern plots to rule the Tri-State Area in "Where's Perry?", Lawrence [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes king of the pharmacists]] in "Bullseye!", and in the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbStarWars "Star Wars" episode]], Ferb is blasted with a Sith-Inator and attacks Phineas. According to WordOfGod, this was the only feasible way to orchestrate a fight between the brothers.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', there are three four different episodes in which a character is BrainwashedAndCrazy: Baljeet decides to [[ApocalypseHow remove the atmosphere]] ForScience in "Cranius Maximus", Carl the Intern plots to rule the Tri-State Area in "Where's Perry?", Lawrence [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes king of the pharmacists]] in "Bullseye!", and in the [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerbStarWars "Star Wars" episode]], Ferb is blasted with a Sith-Inator and attacks Phineas. According to WordOfGod, this was the only feasible way to orchestrate a fight between the brothers.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekLowerDecks'' episode "Crisis Point", Ensign Beckett Mariner's frustrations with her mother, Captain Carol Freeman, leads her to hijack a Holodeck simulation of the Cerritos crew and go on a killing spree against them. It is only when she ends up fighting her own doppelganger, however, when Mariner comes to her senses and accepts her place on the crew.


** Spike the dragon is normally good, but becomes envious in "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell Owl's Well That Ends Well]]" at the attention Owlowicious is getting. This drives him to do some very morally objectionable things complete with a DastardlyWhiplash get-up, such as planting a fake mouse corpse to try to make it look like Owlowicious killed the mouse. [[note]]When called out on this, he runs away from home, tries to hide in a cave that happens to belong to another dragon... a dragon who seems like he's about to kill or at least severely hurt Spike... but Spike ends up getting saved, by Owlowicious. And then Twilight Sparkle reassures Spike he still has an important place in their social circle, prompting Spike to apologize for what he's done. By the end of the episode, Spike is pretty much one of the good guys again.[[/note]]

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** Spike the dragon is normally good, gentle, but becomes envious mad with envy in "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell Owl's Well That Ends Well]]" at the attention Owlowicious is getting. This drives him to do some very morally objectionable things complete with a DastardlyWhiplash get-up, such as planting a fake mouse corpse to try to make it look like Owlowicious killed the mouse. [[note]]When called out on this, he runs away from home, tries to hide in a cave that happens to belong to another dragon... a dragon who seems like he's about to kill or at least severely hurt Spike... but Spike ends up getting saved, by Owlowicious. And then Twilight Sparkle reassures Spike he still has an important place in their social circle, prompting Spike to apologize for what he's done. By the end of the episode, Spike is pretty much one of the good guys again.[[/note]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' most main characters have their own episodes as antagonistic threats, usually when they get the motivation to screw the rest of the cast over. A special mention goes to Irwin who in most episodes despite being obviously slimy and self-serving is merely the victim of some magical mishap but whenever he gets any sort of power it always gets to his stupid head and uses to take advantage and subjugate the other characters even his supposed friends.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' most main characters have their own episodes as antagonistic threats, usually when they get the motivation to screw the rest of the cast over. A special mention goes to Irwin Irving who in most episodes despite being obviously slimy and self-serving is merely the victim of some magical mishap but whenever one episode manages to get his hands on Grim's scythe. Naturally, he gets any sort of power it always gets to his stupid head DrunkWithPower and uses the scythe to take advantage unleash all sorts of pandemonium upon Endsville and subjugate the other characters even hypnotize Mandy to be his supposed friends.mindless concubine. Eventually, Billy manages to defeat him with some super-hard sandwiches he made and Irving ends up turned into a sea monkey, whom Billy quickly takes as a pet.


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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': Gumball himself becomes a VillainProtagonist in the episode "The Saint," doing a series of increasingly cruel and harmful things to Alan solely to prove that Alan can't possibly be as perfect as he appears and that ''something'' must upset him, going so far as selling Alan's parents to Elmore’s resident MonsterClown and showing Alan a tape of them being twisted into balloon animals; at this point, Darwin remarks that Gumball has long since crossed the line and will most likely go to prison.
** This is not the unic time that Gumball turn into a villain don't counting "The Name", [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext because was a diferent part of his personality who Gumball can not control]], gumball can be considered this in: "The Dream" pass the most part of the episode acting as a [[JerkAss jerkass]] to Darwin and even trying of choke him (altough failing miserably because Darwin don't have neck), only by a dream. in "The Ex" he o it literally by trying of help Rob to destroy Banana Joe, and while it explodes the hause of Tobias crearly hurting him (maybe Tobias is a [[JerkAss jerkass]] but it is [[DisproportionateRetribution worse that he deserve]], or in "The Stars" when blackmails Larry with put bad reviews of the many business where Larry works, in order to get great cality products, some times free, in a moment even obliges Larry to break the nature laws, and possibly "The Bet" can count, althought he later had a [[HeelRealization heel realization]], and a class of [[LaserguidedKarma laser-guided karma]], at the end he has not learned anything.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': Gumball himself has stinted as this in various episodes"
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becomes a VillainProtagonist in the episode "The Saint," Saint", doing a series of increasingly cruel and harmful things to Alan solely to prove that Alan can't possibly be as perfect as he appears and that ''something'' must upset him, going so far as selling Alan's parents to Elmore’s resident MonsterClown and showing Alan a tape of them being twisted into balloon animals; at this point, Darwin remarks that Gumball has long since crossed the line and will most likely go to prison.
** This is not the unic time that Gumball turn into a villain don't counting In "The Name", he becomes a villain [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext because was of a diferent a different part of his personality who that he can not control]].
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Gumball can not control]], gumball can be considered this in: in "The Dream" pass the Dream", where he passes most part of the episode acting as a [[JerkAss jerkass]] JerkAss to Darwin and even trying of tryes to choke him (altough failing (although he fails miserably because Darwin don't doesn't have neck), only by a dream. in neck).
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"The Ex" he o it literally by trying of tries to help Rob to destroy Banana Joe, and while it explodes the hause of Tobias crearly Tobias' house, clearly hurting him (maybe Tobias is (Tobias may be a [[JerkAss jerkass]] JerkAss, but it is it's [[DisproportionateRetribution worse that he deserve]], or in deserves]].
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"The Bet" can count, althought Bet", although he later had has a [[HeelRealization heel realization]], HeelRealization and a class dose of [[LaserguidedKarma laser-guided karma]], LaserGuidedKarma, at the end he has not learned anything.


* ''Comicbook/{{Axis}}'': Numerous superheroes -- Iron Man, Power Man, and the X-Men, to name a few -- have their moral alignments inverted, resulting in Power Man becoming a ruthless gangster, and the X-Men deciding to carry out a genocide on all non-mutants.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Axis}}'': Numerous superheroes -- Iron Man, [[ComicBook/LukeCageHeroForHire Power Man, Man]], and the X-Men, ComicBook/XMen, to name a few -- have their moral alignments inverted, resulting in Power Man becoming a ruthless gangster, and the X-Men deciding to carry out a genocide on all non-mutants.



* Clark on ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' when affected by Red Kryptonite.
* The [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord Victorious]] from "The Waters of Mars." He comes to his senses ''very'' quickly, though.

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* Clark on ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' when affected by [[FantasticDrug Red Kryptonite.
Kryptonite]].
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': The [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord Victorious]] Victorious from "The Waters of Mars." He comes to his senses ''very'' quickly, though.



* Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin was always an AntiHero VillainProtagonist, since he was a face who did heel stuff, but in the [=InVasion=] angle he temporarily joined the invading WCW side, which was by definition the "bad" side of the angle. As soon as the angle was over he was back to his old self again.
** Actually, he was a villain even before the [=inVasion=], forming an alliance with [=Vince McMahon=] and Wrestling/TripleH. He just went along with the rest of WWE against WCW/ECW as part of an EnemyMine scenario, and (because he was WWE Champion), everyone in WWE assumed he'd stand with them.

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* Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin was always an AntiHero VillainProtagonist, since he was a face who did heel stuff, but in at Wrestling/WrestleMania X-Seven he made a heel turn after forming an alliance with Wrestling/VinceMcMahon and Wrestling/TripleH. Then during the [=InVasion=] angle he temporarily joined the invading WCW side, which was by definition the "bad" side of the angle. As soon as the angle was over he was back to his old self again.
** Actually, he was a villain even before the [=inVasion=], forming an alliance with [=Vince McMahon=] and Wrestling/TripleH. He
just went along with the rest of WWE against WCW/ECW as part of an EnemyMine scenario, and (because he was WWE Champion), everyone in WWE assumed he'd stand with them.them. The he changed sides, which was by definition the "bad" side of the angle. As soon as the angle was over he was back to his old self again.



* A slight subversion in VideoGame/ArtOfFighting, in which [[{{Bifauxnen}} King]] and [[SNKBoss Takuma]] were originally cast as villains who worked for series antagonist, [[BaldOfEvil Mr.]] [[TheDragon Big.]] The former was forcibly conscripted after being beaten by Jack and his gang, while the latter was blackmailed, by Mr. Big, who had [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped Takuma's daughter, Yuri.]]

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* A slight subversion in VideoGame/ArtOfFighting, ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'', in which [[{{Bifauxnen}} King]] and [[SNKBoss Takuma]] were originally cast as villains who worked for series antagonist, [[BaldOfEvil Mr.]] [[TheDragon Big.]] The former was forcibly conscripted after being beaten by Jack and his gang, while the latter was blackmailed, by Mr. Big, who had [[IHaveYourWife kidnapped Takuma's daughter, Yuri.]]



* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' ends up turned evil after her foe, [[BigBad Risky Boots]] sabotaged her uncle's invention. Her friends use the ThePowerOfFriendship to turn her back in a cutscene(or DLC) and then she is back to normal.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' ends up turned evil after her foe, [[BigBad Risky Boots]] sabotaged her uncle's invention. Her friends use the ThePowerOfFriendship to turn her back in a cutscene(or cutscene (or DLC) and then she is back to normal.



* ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'': Chloe underwent a period of villainy when she donned the [[AmplifierArtifact Doom Panties]] prematurely. This caused her crush on [[spoiler: Layla's fiance, Dio]], along with her feelings of inadequacy, to draw out her SuperpoweredEvilSide. Thankfully, she got better and is back to [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/been_there_all_night her lovable self.]] ...And promptly shipped off to a spin-off series.

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* ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'': Chloe underwent a period of villainy when she donned the [[AmplifierArtifact Doom Panties]] prematurely. This caused her crush on [[spoiler: Layla's fiance, Dio]], along with her feelings of inadequacy, to draw out her SuperpoweredEvilSide. Thankfully, she got better and is back to [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/been_there_all_night [[https://pixietrixcomix.com/eerie-cuties/2012-05-23 her lovable self.]] ...And promptly shipped off to a spin-off series.



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** Spike the dragon is normally good, but becomes envious in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell Owl's Well That Ends Well]] at the attention Owlowicious is getting. This drives him to do some very morally objectionable things complete with a DastardlyWhiplash get-up, such as planting a fake mouse corpse to try to make it look like Owlowicious killed the mouse. [[note]]When called out on this, he runs away from home, tries to hide in a cave that happens to belong to another dragon... a dragon who seems like he's about to kill or at least severely hurt Spike... but Spike ends up getting saved, by Owlowicious. And then Twilight Sparkle reassures Spike he still has an important place in their social circle, prompting Spike to apologize for what he's done. By the end of the episode, Spike is pretty much one of the good guys again.[[/note]]

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** Spike the dragon is normally good, but becomes envious in [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E24OwlsWellThatEndsWell Owl's Well That Ends Well]] Well]]" at the attention Owlowicious is getting. This drives him to do some very morally objectionable things complete with a DastardlyWhiplash get-up, such as planting a fake mouse corpse to try to make it look like Owlowicious killed the mouse. [[note]]When called out on this, he runs away from home, tries to hide in a cave that happens to belong to another dragon... a dragon who seems like he's about to kill or at least severely hurt Spike... but Spike ends up getting saved, by Owlowicious. And then Twilight Sparkle reassures Spike he still has an important place in their social circle, prompting Spike to apologize for what he's done. By the end of the episode, Spike is pretty much one of the good guys again.[[/note]]



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''

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** In another episode she's nicked by a vampire, who uses her blood to turn them both into vampire/banshee hybrids [[spoiler: she resists when she's asked to drain Nick dry, giving The Alliance time to turn up, knock them out and reverse the process.]]
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** In another episode she's nicked by a vampire, who uses her blood to turn them both into vampire/banshee hybrids [[spoiler: she resists when she's asked to drain Nick dry, giving The Alliance time to turn up, knock them out and reverse the process.]]
process]].
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':



** Just about almost every main character have their moments of temporary villainy. [[LethallyStupid Patrick Star]], [[EvilisPetty Mr. Krabs]](whose case is less a few moments and more like 50% of the time), and [[AntiHero Squidward Tentacles]] in particular.

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** Just about almost every main character have their moments of temporary villainy. [[LethallyStupid Patrick Star]], [[EvilisPetty Mr. Krabs]](whose Krabs]] ([[MrViceGuy whose case is less a few moments and more like 50% of the time), time]]), and [[AntiHero Squidward Tentacles]] in particular.



* Happens OnceAnEpisode in ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', as [[BigBad Hawkmoth]] has the power to turn people experiencing negative emotions into supervillains. Fortunately, the heroes can easily reverse the process once the villain is defeated at the end of the episode.

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* Happens OnceAnEpisode OncePerEpisode in ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', as [[BigBad Hawkmoth]] has the power to turn people experiencing negative emotions into supervillains. Fortunately, the heroes can easily reverse the process once the villain is defeated at the end of the episode.


** This is not the unic time that Gumball turn into a villain don't counting "The Name", [[ItMakesJustMuchSenseInContest because was a diferent part of his personality who Gumball can not control]], gumball can be considered this in: "The Dream" pass the most part of the episode acting as a [[JerkAss jerkass]] to Darwin and even trying of choke him (altough failing miserably because Darwin don't have neck), only by a dream. in "The Ex" he o it literally by trying of help Rob to destroy Banana Joe, and while it explodes the hause of Tobias crearly hurting him (maybe Tobias is a [[JerkAss jerkass]] but it is [[DissproportianiteRetribution worse that he deserve]], or in "The Stars" when blackmails Larry with put bad reviews of the many business where Larry works, in order to get great cality products, some times free, in a moment even obliges Larry to break the nature laws, and possibly "The Bet" can count, althought he later had a [[HeelRealization heel realization]], and a class of [[LaserguidedKharma laser-guided kharma]], at the end he has not learned anything.

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** This is not the unic time that Gumball turn into a villain don't counting "The Name", [[ItMakesJustMuchSenseInContest [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext because was a diferent part of his personality who Gumball can not control]], gumball can be considered this in: "The Dream" pass the most part of the episode acting as a [[JerkAss jerkass]] to Darwin and even trying of choke him (altough failing miserably because Darwin don't have neck), only by a dream. in "The Ex" he o it literally by trying of help Rob to destroy Banana Joe, and while it explodes the hause of Tobias crearly hurting him (maybe Tobias is a [[JerkAss jerkass]] but it is [[DissproportianiteRetribution [[DisproportionateRetribution worse that he deserve]], or in "The Stars" when blackmails Larry with put bad reviews of the many business where Larry works, in order to get great cality products, some times free, in a moment even obliges Larry to break the nature laws, and possibly "The Bet" can count, althought he later had a [[HeelRealization heel realization]], and a class of [[LaserguidedKharma [[LaserguidedKarma laser-guided kharma]], karma]], at the end he has not learned anything.

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**This is not the unic time that Gumball turn into a villain don't counting "The Name", [[ItMakesJustMuchSenseInContest because was a diferent part of his personality who Gumball can not control]], gumball can be considered this in: "The Dream" pass the most part of the episode acting as a [[JerkAss jerkass]] to Darwin and even trying of choke him (altough failing miserably because Darwin don't have neck), only by a dream. in "The Ex" he o it literally by trying of help Rob to destroy Banana Joe, and while it explodes the hause of Tobias crearly hurting him (maybe Tobias is a [[JerkAss jerkass]] but it is [[DissproportianiteRetribution worse that he deserve]], or in "The Stars" when blackmails Larry with put bad reviews of the many business where Larry works, in order to get great cality products, some times free, in a moment even obliges Larry to break the nature laws, and possibly "The Bet" can count, althought he later had a [[HeelRealization heel realization]], and a class of [[LaserguidedKharma laser-guided kharma]], at the end he has not learned anything.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' ends up turned evil after her foe, [[BigBad Risky Boots]] sabotaged her uncle's invention. Her friends use the ThePowerOfFriendship to turn her back in a cutscene(or DLC) and then she is back to normal.

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* ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' of all people is the BigBad of ''Franchise/DonkeyKong Jr.''


** Shortly after the conclusion of the first game's events, King cut ties with Big and befriended the Sakazakis, while also becoming [[TheProtagonist Ryo's]] {{Love Interest|s}}. And Takuma returned to his family, where he resumed his position as head of the Kyokuugen Dojo.

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** Shortly after the conclusion of the first game's events, King cut ties with Big and befriended the Sakazakis, while also becoming [[TheProtagonist Ryo's]] Ryo's {{Love Interest|s}}. And Takuma returned to his family, where he resumed his position as head of the Kyokuugen Dojo.

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