Major Spoilers Question Of The Day: Acts Most Heinous Edition

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Now that I have my movie channels back, I find myself more and more on the horns of what, for me, is an old dilemma: When a move that I *love* comes on, it always seems to be at an inconvenient time.  Last night, after Stephen and I signed off from our weekly Dueling Review podcast, I foolishly kicked on my television just in time for a relatively rare uncensored airing of ‘The Warriors’, a movie that ranks high on the list of “Things I Watch ALL Of Whenever They’re On”.  (That list also includes ‘The Rocketeer’, ‘Gilligan’s Island’, the last fifteen minutes of ’8 Mile’ and any Victoria episode of ‘How I Met Your Mother.’)  Long story short (too late), I got to bed a few minutes before 1 a.m., and it was totally worth it to see Luther get his comeuppance at the hands of the Gramercy Riffs, as it always is.  Of course, his perfidy led to the death of at least one Warrior, the presumed imprisonment of two more, and of course one cold-blooded murder that kicked the whole mess off, a torrent of awfulness that begs today’s query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) reminds all you boppers to be lookin’ good, asking: What’s the most heinous act of betrayal in all the history of pop culture?