If you're watching a movie in which a pair of cops get along like gangbusters, there is a high likelihood that one of them is about to die. That sort of thing never lasts. Movies need cops who hate each other, creating conflict, and thereby story.

For the sake or argument, however, let's imagine that some of Hollywood's great antagonistic cop duos lived in the real world, and were forced to actually work together. Some serious therapy would be required for them to survive—à la the new USA Network series Common Law, in which two partners (played by Michael Ealy and Warren Kole) hate each other so intensely that they're forced into marriage counseling. While this is still fiction, it does make clear that therapy is a great option when you're carrying a loaded gun and constantly want to use it on a co-worker. Here are 10 cases that further prove the point.

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