History ButtMonkey / WesternAnimation

29th Jan '16 7:00:47 AM Furienna
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'': Fenton Crackshell pretty much is a {{suspiciously similar substitute}} to Donald, was this also. He was extraordinarilly good at counting, and he did become the super hero Gizmoduck. But he also had an extreme case of bad luck. Not to mention that he was stuck dating Gandra Dee, who often was ungrateful or cold-hearted towards him.
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'': Fenton Crackshell pretty much is a {{suspiciously similar substitute}} to Donald, was this also. He was extraordinarilly good at counting, and he did become the super hero Gizmoduck. But he also had an extreme a big case of bad luck. luck and a tendency to screw things up, and he was beaten up by the Beagles four times in one episode alone. And he lived with his trailer trash mother, who would often care more about watching TV than listening to what her only son had to say. Not to mention that he was stuck with dating Gandra Dee, who often was ungrateful or cold-hearted towards him.him.
26th Jan '16 4:13:27 PM paul723
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* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'': Let's not even get started on the title character himself.
24th Jan '16 3:36:54 PM Anarky17
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** Brian. Beyond the fourth season, the writers started shackling him with a lot more bad luck and bodily harm. Every woman he date winds up dumping him either due to his own insecurities, bad advice and/or meddling from Stewie (who mind you is a baby and has only one dating experience ''which he asked for Brian's advice on'') or just cause the plot say so. Always winds up falling to whatever Stewie is doing at the moment. Fails at pretty much any endeavor he tries. Mocked constantly even getting berated by ''Quagmire'' of all people for his failings. And keep in mind Brian is supposed to be the intelligent one. Talk about a turn around of character. ** Joe Swanson. The entire universe seems to hate him jsut becuae he's crippled. Peter prank-calls him in a fake voice just to insult him for being crippled. Everytime his wife Bonnie appears she's either having an affair or ''planning Joe's murder.''
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** Brian. Beyond the fourth season, the writers started shackling him with a lot more bad luck and bodily harm. Every woman he date winds up dumping him either due to his own insecurities, bad advice and/or meddling from Stewie (who mind you is a baby and has only one dating experience ''which he asked for Brian's advice on'') or just cause the plot say says so. Always winds up falling to whatever Stewie is doing at the moment. Fails at pretty much any endeavor he tries. Mocked constantly constantly, even getting berated by ''Quagmire'' of all people for his failings. And keep in mind Brian is supposed to be the intelligent one. Talk about a turn around of character. ** Joe Swanson. The entire universe seems to hate him jsut just becuae he's crippled. Peter prank-calls him in a fake voice just to insult him for being crippled. Everytime his wife Bonnie appears she's either having an affair or ''planning Joe's murder.''
14th Jan '16 11:18:01 PM IvanovTroping97
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** Leslie, a female 4th grader who debuted in Season 19, is the most frequent target of PC Principal's wrath, always screaming at her to shut up whether she's whispering to her friend or if she's actually quiet. PC Principal even resorted to call the police to take Leslie out of a school assembly for talking (which she didn't do) in "Naughty Ninjas".
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** Leslie, a female 4th grader who debuted in Season 19, 19 [[spoiler:(who is actually an ad in human form)]], is the most frequent target of PC Principal's wrath, always screaming at her to shut up whether she's whispering to her friend or if she's actually quiet. PC Principal even resorted to call the police to take Leslie out of a school assembly for talking (which she didn't do) in "Naughty Ninjas".
13th Jan '16 12:44:01 PM Edymnion
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': ** Lapis Lazuli. First she spends thousands of years trapped in a mirror. Then when she gets out and tries to go home she gets captured and dragged back. She thinks she's betrayed when her one and only friend doesn't come back to rescue her. Then the ship she's abandoned in blows up and crashes. Then after surviving the crash, she's forced into a (self imposed) prison at the bottom of the sea to keep a big bad tied up, and in the process loses her sense of self and gets merged into a rage monster. Girl cannot catch a break.
11th Jan '16 12:41:07 AM Khrunwahl02
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** Stan is not spared of frequent, strong abuse either. [[BigSisterBully Shelly]] would constantly beat him up in the earlier episodes, and has been put to blame even when it wasn't his fault in the episodes Stanley's Cup and Butterballs. This is PlayedForDrama in You're Getting Old/Assburgers. Even so, his mother Sharon will abuse him every now and then. Sharon's abuse towards Stan was most prominent in Season 2. She contaminated Stan with chickenpox on purpose (and failed to contain her excitement for Stan to be oblivious to) in the episode "Chickenpox" and she threw a violent verbal tantrum at Stan for his gender because she just fought with her husband (Randy) and is in a mood of misandry, at the time Stan just wanted to get a cookie in the episode "Clubhouses". Many episodes completely focused on Stan being a helpless victim of bullying or other forms of biased aggression including "Asspen", "Go God Go", "Stanley's Cup", "You've Got 0 Friends", and "Douche and Turd". He's been spit on, capped a Dunce Cap, taken a bullet in the shoulder, had his bike confiscated and the list goes on and on.
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** Stan is not spared of frequent, strong abuse either. [[BigSisterBully Shelly]] would constantly beat him up in the earlier episodes, episodes from Season 1 and throughout the whole episode "Over Logging", and has been put to blame even when it wasn't his fault in the episodes Stanley's Cup and Butterballs. This is PlayedForDrama in You're Getting Old/Assburgers. Even so, his mother Sharon will abuse him every now and then. Sharon's abuse towards Stan was most prominent in Season 2. She contaminated Stan with chickenpox on purpose (and failed to contain her excitement for Stan to be oblivious to) in the episode "Chickenpox" and she threw a violent verbal tantrum at Stan for his gender because she just fought with her husband (Randy) and is in a mood of misandry, at the time Stan just wanted to get a cookie in the episode "Clubhouses". Many episodes completely focused on Stan being a helpless victim of bullying or other forms of biased aggression including "Asspen", "Go God Go", "Stanley's Cup", "You've Got 0 Friends", and "Douche and Turd". He's been spit on, capped a Dunce Cap, taken a bullet in the shoulder, had his bike confiscated and the list goes on and on.
11th Jan '16 12:33:17 AM Khrunwahl02
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** Stan is not spared of frequent, strong abuse either. [[BigSisterBully Shelly]] would constantly beat him up in the earlier episodes, and has been put to blame even when it wasn't his fault in the episodes Stanley's Cup and Butterballs. This is PlayedForDrama in You're Getting Old/Assburgers. Even so, his mother Sharon will abuse him every now and then. Sharon's abuse towards Stan was most prominent in Season 2. She contaminated Stan with chickenpox on purpose (and failed to contain her excitement for Stan to be oblivious to) in the episode "Chickenpox" and she threw a violent verbal tantrum at Stan for his gender because she just fought with her husband (Randy) and is in a mood of misandry, at the time Stan just wanted to get a cookie in the episode "Clubhouses". Many episodes completely focused on Stan being a helpless victim of bullying or other forms of biased aggression including "Asspen", "Go God Go", "Stanley's Cup", "You've Got 0 Friends", and "Douche and Turd". His girlfriend Wendy has hardly ANY sense of kindness towards him and won't hesitate to cheat on him. Despite her abuses, Stan refuses to ever lose her since he considers her beautiful for her looks is the only thing driving his passion for her. He's been spit on, capped a Dunce Cap, taken a bullet in the shoulder, had his bike confiscated and the list goes on and on.
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** Stan is not spared of frequent, strong abuse either. [[BigSisterBully Shelly]] would constantly beat him up in the earlier episodes, and has been put to blame even when it wasn't his fault in the episodes Stanley's Cup and Butterballs. This is PlayedForDrama in You're Getting Old/Assburgers. Even so, his mother Sharon will abuse him every now and then. Sharon's abuse towards Stan was most prominent in Season 2. She contaminated Stan with chickenpox on purpose (and failed to contain her excitement for Stan to be oblivious to) in the episode "Chickenpox" and she threw a violent verbal tantrum at Stan for his gender because she just fought with her husband (Randy) and is in a mood of misandry, at the time Stan just wanted to get a cookie in the episode "Clubhouses". Many episodes completely focused on Stan being a helpless victim of bullying or other forms of biased aggression including "Asspen", "Go God Go", "Stanley's Cup", "You've Got 0 Friends", and "Douche and Turd". His girlfriend Wendy has hardly ANY sense of kindness towards him and won't hesitate to cheat on him. Despite her abuses, Stan refuses to ever lose her since he considers her beautiful for her looks is the only thing driving his passion for her. He's been spit on, capped a Dunce Cap, taken a bullet in the shoulder, had his bike confiscated and the list goes on and on.

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** Stan is not spared of frequent, strong abuse either. [[BigSisterBully Shelly]] would constantly beat him up in the earlier episodes, Fred, a background character and has been put to blame even when it wasn't his fault in the episodes Stanley's Cup and Butterballs. This a greenish brown fish who wears brown pants, is PlayedForDrama in You're Getting Old/Assburgers. Even so, his mother Sharon will abuse him every now and then. Sharon's abuse towards Stan was most prominent in Season 2. She contaminated Stan with chickenpox on purpose (and failed to contain her excitement for Stan to be oblivious to) in the episode "Chickenpox" and she threw a violent verbal tantrum at Stan for his gender because she just fought with her husband (Randy) and is in a mood of misandry, at the time Stan just wanted to get a cookie in the episode "Clubhouses". Many episodes completely focused on Stan being a helpless victim of bullying or other forms of biased aggression including "Asspen", "Go God Go", "Stanley's Cup", "You've Got 0 Friends", and "Douche and Turd". His girlfriend Wendy has hardly ANY sense of kindness towards him and won't hesitate to cheat on him. Despite her abuses, Stan refuses to ever lose her since he considers her beautiful for her looks is the only thing driving his passion for her. He's been spit on, capped a Dunce Cap, taken a bullet in the shoulder, had his bike confiscated and the list goes on and on. always getting injured (complaining "My leg!" off-screen).
11th Jan '16 12:29:16 AM Khrunwahl02
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*** Plankton's misery is indirectly his own fault most of the time, since what happens to him mainly stems from his schemes to steal the Krabby Patty formula. (examples including blowing himself up with an explosion in "Culture Shock" and "Imitation Krabs", getting trapped inside a rather virtual reality in "Plankton!", smashing himself into a concrete wall at a movie theater in "F.U.N." and being blamed for a lot of the business problems at the Krusty Krab in "The Algae's Always Greener" when he threw himself into an alternate reality in which he and Mr. Krabs switched places)

*** SpongeBob is a total Butt Monkey in the episode "Home Sweet Pineapple", as nematodes eat his house and gets swatted by a sleepwalking Patrick who mistook him for a spider.
10th Jan '16 2:57:30 PM Khrunwahl02
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** Plankton who's had just as bad luck as Squidward in his many meager attempts to find out the secret behind a Krabby Patty. ** Patchy the Pirate gets this almost all the time.
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** Plankton who's had just as bad luck as Squidward in his many meager attempts to find out the secret behind a Krabby Patty. Patty. He runs virtually no business at his restaurant, The Chum Bucket, because the food is horrendous. *** Plankton's misery is indirectly his own fault most of the time, since what happens to him mainly stems from his schemes to steal the Krabby Patty formula. (examples including blowing himself up with an explosion in "Culture Shock" and "Imitation Krabs", getting trapped inside a rather virtual reality in "Plankton!", smashing himself into a concrete wall at a movie theater in "F.U.N." and being blamed for a lot of the business problems at the Krusty Krab in "The Algae's Always Greener" when he threw himself into an alternate reality in which he and Mr. Krabs switched places) ** Patchy the Pirate gets this almost all the time. It's usually Potty who abuses him.

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** Plankton who's had just *** SpongeBob is a total Butt Monkey in the episode "Home Sweet Pineapple", as bad luck as Squidward in nematodes eat his many meager attempts to find out the secret behind a Krabby Patty. ** Patchy the Pirate house and gets this almost all the time.swatted by a sleepwalking Patrick who mistook him for a spider.
8th Jan '16 2:48:31 PM Legendium
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': Dipper Pines, while a more subtle example than most, qualifies. It seems to be a pretty big factor when it comes to his trust issues.
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': Dipper Pines, while a more subtle example than most, qualifies. It seems to be a pretty big factor when it comes to his trust issues. Another instance would be Thompson, who is very literally the butt-monkey of his friend group (although maybe not te show), doing things such as eating run-over waffles or having ice dumped down his pants.
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