History Characters / FoxTrot

30th Sep '17 12:21:17 PM Storygirl000
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%%* BrilliantButLazy



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%%* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Like the other high school characters, he doesn't appear as much nowadays.



%%* HollywoodNerd

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%%* HollywoodNerd* HollywoodNerd: Glasses? Check. Unpopular with the ladies? Check. About as nerdy, if not more so, than Jason? Check and mate.




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30th Sep '17 12:17:07 PM Storygirl000
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!Roger Fox

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!Roger Fox[[folder:Roger Fox]]




!Andrea "Andy" Fox

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[[folder:Andrea
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!Peter Fox

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!Paige Fox

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\n!Paige Fox[[/folder]]

[[folder:Paige Fox]]




!Jason Fox

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\n!Jason Fox[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jason Fox]]



%%* OpaqueNerdGlasses

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%%* OpaqueNerdGlasses* OpaqueNerdGlasses: And he never takes them off, meaning we never see his eyes.




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%%* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: She doesn't appear much nowadays.



%%* BigEater
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%%* BigEater
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* BigEater: Just like Peter.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He hasn't apppeared much in recent years.
* FlatCharacter: Similar to Marcus, he's pretty much a clone of Peter.



%%* FlatCharacter

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%%* FlatCharacter* FlatCharacter: Pretty much a clone of Jason in terms of personality.




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%%* AsianAndNerdy

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%%* AsianAndNerdy* AsianAndNerdy: Asian like his sister and just as much of a nerd as Jason and Marcus.



%%* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench

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%%* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He hasn't appeared in years.
* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Well, duh.



%%* [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous French]]

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%%* * [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous French]]French]]: Speaks like this in Paige's fantasies.



%%* LoverTugOfWar

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%%* LoverTugOfWar* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: Variation: In one strip with Paige dreaming of him (in a manner similar to Rapunzel), she is monologuing with Pierre as he comes up, and was about to kiss him... only for him to uncharacteristically say "Let's go with U.S. Presidents for $400, please, Alex." Cut to Jason watching ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' while Paige was napping.
* LoverTugOfWar: Engages in this with Juan Carlos in one strip, as a parallel to Paige's struggles in picking French or Spanish as her language class.



* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: Variation: In one strip with Paige dreaming of him (in a manner similar to Rapunzel), she is monologuing with Pierre as he comes up, and was about to kiss him... only for him to uncharacteristically say "Let's go with U.S. Presidents for $400, please, Alex." Cut to Jason watching ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'' while Paige was napping.



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%%* AuthorAvatar* AuthorAvatar: While Jason inherited all of Amend's nerdiness, this character is pretty much Amend himself.
7th Sep '17 4:51:56 PM Rarefoil
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->''"It struck me that if I weren't around, this place would collapse in a day or two. It's a nice feeling. Sort of."''
17th Aug '17 11:15:12 PM Twentington
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* GenreBlind: Cannot see that his intern Skip is only peppering him with meaningless flattery until he can latch on to his supervisor.



* YesMan: Can't see than his intern Skip is one, only buttering him up until he can latch on to an executive.

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* YesMan: Can't see than his intern Skip is one, only buttering him up until he can latch on to an executive.
14th Aug '17 6:15:13 PM Gosicrystal
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* PhraseCatcher: "Ooh, Pierre."
** This once resulted in a case of AccidentallyAccurate, when Paige was AsleepInClass and her teacher asked her to name the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre,_South_Dakota capital of South Dakota]].

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* PhraseCatcher: "Ooh, Pierre."
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" This once resulted in a case of AccidentallyAccurate, coincidentally right answer when Paige was AsleepInClass and her teacher asked her to name the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre,_South_Dakota capital of South Dakota]].
9th Aug '17 1:00:35 AM Twentington
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* IdiotBall: Although Roger has done his stupid parts, the biggest stupid decision he ever made was when he tried to fix the furnace. Due to not quite remembering what the heating guy said, he turned the safety cut-off to the off position, which caused the gas to leak in a hissing manner, and after putting on furnace gloves, putting a lit match on a stick, and covered his face with his free hand while placing said lit match into the furnace. Things literally blew up in Roger's face, creating an explosion powerful enough to leave an outline of Roger Fox on the wall (although he survived), and shaking the foundation of the house.
** You know, when most people hear a loud hissing in the basement next to the furnace, they don't immediately assume there's a snake hiding somewhere (like Roger did). IdiotBall, indeed.

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* IdiotBall: Although Roger has done his stupid parts, the biggest stupid decision he ever made was when he tried to fix the furnace. Due to not quite remembering what the heating guy said, he turned the safety cut-off to the off position, which caused the gas to leak in a hissing manner, and after putting on furnace gloves, putting put a lit match on a stick, and covered his face with his free hand while placing said lit match into the furnace. Things literally blew up in Roger's his face, creating an explosion powerful enough to leave an outline of Roger Fox him on the wall (although he survived), and while shaking the foundation of the house.
** You know, when
house. When most people hear a loud hissing in the basement next to the furnace, they don't immediately assume there's a snake hiding somewhere (like Roger did). IdiotBall, indeed. somewhere.



** It was even the subject of an arc in the story, where Andy tries to have him go without coffee without a day thinking he is addicted to it. Predictably, it really just shows that Roger truly can't function without coffee such as zoning out while Andy is trying to talk, not actually knowing that Jason is pouring elbow macaroni and vinegar instead of cereal and milk, tripping down the basement steps because he mistook the basement door for the front door, and going through a productive and successful work day...only to find around noon that he was in the wrong building.

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** It was even the subject of an arc in the story, where Andy tries to have him go without coffee without a day thinking he is addicted to it. Predictably, it really just shows that Roger truly can't function without coffee such as zoning out while Andy is trying to talk, not actually knowing that Jason is pouring elbow raw macaroni and vinegar instead of cereal and milk, tripping down the basement steps because he mistook the basement door for the front door, and going through a productive and successful work day...only to find around noon that he was in the wrong building.



* TechnologicallyBlindElders: Roger is described as still trying to catch up with the technology of TheSeventies. In a comic strip that gleefully uses ComicBookTime, it only gets worse (at one point he buys the Windows version of a program instead of the Mac, since there's a window right there in the computer room).

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* TechnologicallyBlindElders: Roger is described as still trying to catch up with the technology of TheSeventies. In a comic strip that gleefully uses ComicBookTime, it only gets worse (at one point he buys the Windows version of a program instead of the Mac, since and doesn't understand why it won't work because there's a window right there in the computer room).



* ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping: Unlike her husband this is on ''purpose'' as part of her role as a MoralGuardian. On at least on occasion she's gotten her kids thesauruses for their Christmas presents.
* CordonBleughChef: Andy can cook competently, she just prefers to make "health food" instead of using normal ingredients.
** It sometimes borders on LethalChef territory, such as the arc where she burns Thanksgiving dinner in an attempt to try and outdo her mother, whom everyone thinks is perfect. They ended up having pizza.
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* ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping: Unlike her husband this is on ''purpose'' as part of her role as a MoralGuardian. On at least on one occasion she's gotten her kids thesauruses for their Christmas presents.
* CordonBleughChef: Andy can cook competently, she just prefers to make "health food" instead of using normal ingredients. \n** It sometimes borders on LethalChef territory, such as the arc where she burns Thanksgiving dinner in an attempt to try and outdo her mother, whom everyone thinks is perfect. They ended up having pizza.
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* FleetingPassionateHobbies: Andy is prone to this, with examples including Beanie Babies and ''VideoGame/{{Nintendogs}}''.

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* FleetingPassionateHobbies: Andy is prone to this, with examples including Beanie Babies Toys/BeanieBabies and ''VideoGame/{{Nintendogs}}''.



* GrammarNazi: As an English major, she's prone to [[YouMakeMeSic correcting others' grammar]], sometimes going off on rants about it.
** In one shining example, she rants about someone on TV saying "realtor" wrong, after which Jason says "Wow, you're really going nucular." just to get a rise out of her.

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* GrammarNazi: As an English major, she's prone to [[YouMakeMeSic correcting others' grammar]], sometimes going off on rants about it.
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it. In one shining example, she rants about someone on TV saying "realtor" wrong, after which Jason says "Wow, you're really going nucular." just to get a rise out of her.



* BigBrotherBully: Sometimes to Paige and Jason. His bad attitude towards Paige comes mostly from his conviction that as a high school junior, he's supposed to pick on freshmen students like his sister.

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* BigBrotherBully: Sometimes to Paige and Jason. His bad attitude towards Paige comes mostly from his conviction that as a high school junior, he's supposed to pick on freshmen students like such as his sister.



** Speaking of Thanksgiving, he also managed to eat two thanksgiving dinners (one with his Family, another with Denise's family), with Roger congratulating on deciding to do both, while Andy, shocked that he would actually have two thanksgiving dinners, [[YoureInsane half asked and half exclaimed if he was insane]].

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** Speaking of Thanksgiving, he also managed to eat two thanksgiving Thanksgiving dinners (one with his Family, family, another with Denise's family), with Roger congratulating on deciding to do both, while Andy, shocked that he would actually have two thanksgiving dinners, [[YoureInsane half asked and half exclaimed if he was insane]].



--->'''Peter:''' It was a slow day! I was working the Snack Bar!

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--->'''Peter:''' It was a slow day! I was working the Snack Bar!snack bar!



* BurgerFool: Although not a fast-food job, Peter's job at the local theater counts. He's constantly made to wash the bathrooms, once had to wear a {{Garfield}} costume to promote the movie, and all in all receives very little pay (including deductions for all the food he eats while working).

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* BurgerFool: Although not a fast-food job, Peter's job at the local theater counts. He's constantly made to wash the bathrooms, once had to wear a {{Garfield}} ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} costume to promote the movie, and all in all receives very little pay (including deductions for all the food he eats while working).
6th Aug '17 6:28:42 PM mlsmithca
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* LethalChef: Even moreso than Andy. One instance had her burning her cookies so badly that Roger actually used them as a substitute for charcoal briquettes after Andy "directed him towards a stash" when they ran out. Previous strips indicated that she was pretty good at cooking, or at least baking, as Peter Fox forced her to bake cookies for him when he let his position as man in the house get to his head.

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* LethalChef: Even moreso more so than Andy. One instance had her burning her cookies so badly that Roger actually used them as a substitute for charcoal briquettes after Andy "directed him towards a stash" when they ran out. Previous strips indicated that she was pretty good at cooking, or at least baking, as Peter Fox forced her to bake cookies for him when he let his position as man in the house get to his head.



* SweetTooth: Like her mother, only moreso. Her idea of "one scoop" of ice cream is to dig out the entire gallon with the scoop. She also once unrolled Ho-Hos, filled them with chocolate syrup and sugar, then rolled them back up.

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* SweetTooth: Like her mother, only moreso.more so. Her idea of "one scoop" of ice cream is to dig out the entire gallon with the scoop. She also once unrolled Ho-Hos, filled them with chocolate syrup and sugar, then rolled them back up.
19th Jun '17 12:59:26 PM lalalei2001
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She writes columns for the local newspaper and is the only family member exempt from SmallNameBigEgo syndrome. Originally, that was all the personality she had; later she became a Jerkass health-foods nut, leading to LethalChef tendencies, and grew prone to addictive behavior (such as getting hooked to Jason's FirstPersonShooter, Toys/BeanieBabies, and the movie ''[[Film/Titanic1997 Titanic]]'').

Andy also has a love-hate relationship with her mother, because everyone likes her more than they do Andy, including Roger. (Her introduction was a major watershed for the character because it was the first time Andy ''had'' a character.)

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She writes columns for the local newspaper and is the only family member exempt from SmallNameBigEgo syndrome. Originally, that was all the personality she had; later she became a Jerkass health-foods health-food nut, leading to LethalChef tendencies, and grew prone to addictive behavior (such as getting hooked to Jason's FirstPersonShooter, Toys/BeanieBabies, and the movie ''[[Film/Titanic1997 Titanic]]'').

Andy also has a love-hate relationship with her mother, because everyone likes her more than they do Andy, including Roger. (Her Her introduction was a major watershed for the character because it was the first time Andy ''had'' a character.)
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* CordonBleughChef: Andy can cook competently, she just prefers to make "health food" instead of using normal ingredients (With the exception of Thanksgiving, where they do eat the traditional meal without any "health food" involved).
** It sometimes borders LethalChef territory, such as the arc where she burns Thanksgiving dinner in an attempt to try and outdo her mother, whom everyone thinks is perfect. They ended up having pizza.
** Her obsession with "health food" is hurt by her "IfItTastesBadItMustBeGoodForYou" belief, which causes the meals to be inedible.

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* CordonBleughChef: Andy can cook competently, she just prefers to make "health food" instead of using normal ingredients (With the exception of Thanksgiving, where they do eat the traditional meal without any "health food" involved).ingredients.
** It sometimes borders on LethalChef territory, such as the arc where she burns Thanksgiving dinner in an attempt to try and outdo her mother, whom everyone thinks is perfect. They ended up having pizza.
** Her obsession with "health food" is hurt by her "IfItTastesBadItMustBeGoodForYou" belief, which causes the meals to be inedible.
pizza.



* {{Flanderization}}: Andy went from a simple caring and concerned mother to the MoralGuardian of the strip who serves her family earth-friendly fare like braised zucchini every meal, keeps the thermostat so low that it flash-freezes the steam from a cup of coffee, throws a fit if she catches the boys playing a violent video game, and is often ''very'' hypocritical. Unfortunately, since the series became Sunday-only, there's little chance of her changing. That said, she's still more likely than the other characters to be altruistic and sensitive.

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* {{Flanderization}}: Andy went from a simple caring and concerned mother to the MoralGuardian of the strip who serves her family earth-friendly fare like braised zucchini every meal, keeps the thermostat so low that it flash-freezes the steam from a cup of coffee, and throws a fit if she catches the boys playing a violent video game, and is often ''very'' hypocritical. Unfortunately, since the series became Sunday-only, there's little chance of her changing. That said, she's still more likely than the other characters to be altruistic and sensitive.game.



* GenderBlenderName: It's rare, but some people named Andrea do go by Andy for short. (What's more, her full name has only been revealed a couple times.)

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* GenderBlenderName: It's rare, but some people named Andrea do go by Andy for short. (What's more, her full name has only been revealed a couple times.)



* HypocriticalHumor: As mentioned above, she can be very hypocritical. A perfect example is one arc where she bought a DVR called a [[BrandX MomVo]], which drastically monitored what the family watched, programmed to replace the usual mindless shows they watch with "quality programming" (it wouldn't let Paige watch ''[[Series/NewlywedsNickAndJessica Newlyweds]]'' and suggested ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre'', for instance) whether they liked it or not. The story ends with Andy returning the [=MomVo=] because it wouldn't let her watch her soaps.
** Despite feeding her family a steady diet of disgusting health food, she has a SweetTooth to rival her daughter's.

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* HypocriticalHumor: As mentioned above, she can be very hypocritical. A perfect example is HoistByHerOwnPetard: In one arc where arc, she bought a DVR called a [[BrandX MomVo]], which drastically monitored what the family watched, programmed to replace the usual mindless shows they watch with "quality programming" (it wouldn't let Paige watch ''[[Series/NewlywedsNickAndJessica Newlyweds]]'' and suggested ''Series/MasterpieceTheatre'', for instance) whether they liked it or not. The story ends with Andy returning the [=MomVo=] because it wouldn't let her watch her soaps.
** Despite feeding her family a steady diet of disgusting health food, she has a SweetTooth to rival her daughter's.
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* JerkAss: She restricts the family from several things, she's a health nut who forces this habit onto the rest of the family, she's a cheapskate, she is sometimes a hypocrite in regards to what she tries to preach in terms of morality, and she always has cruel and unusual punishments (including physical abuse, even towards Roger, her own husband). She's also fairly poor at apologizing or accepting others' apologies.
* ManipulativeBastard: At times she comes across as being even more manipulative than even Jason. A notable example is when Roger is returning home to watch the score counts for the week before the Super Bowl, and Jason is apparently playing videogames in front of the TV set, giving Roger a hard time trying to even access the TV. It's later revealed that she orchestrated all of this from the start, all because she wanted to prevent Roger from seeing the scores.
* MoralGuardian: Andy is a rather preachy example of this in-universe, towards her own children (especially on the topic of video games to Peter and Jason, although she hardly actually bans either of them from playing gory games, and sometimes plays these same games herself, or even procrastinates herself despite telling her kids not to do so.). She also took offence to Franchise/DonkeyKong not wearing any pants.
** A side note on this is the fact that she wants them listening to things like Mozart and playing outside. It's made clear several times that she'd rather they ''never'' play video games at all.

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* JerkAss: She restricts the family from several things, she's a health nut who forces this habit onto the rest of the family, she's a cheapskate, she is sometimes a hypocrite in regards to what she tries to preach in terms of morality, and she always has cruel and unusual punishments (including physical abuse, even towards Roger, her own husband). She's also fairly poor at apologizing or accepting others' apologies.
* ManipulativeBastard: At times she comes across as being even more manipulative than even Jason. A notable example is when Roger is returning home to watch the score counts for the week before the Super Bowl, and Jason is apparently playing videogames video games in front of the TV set, giving Roger a hard time trying to even access the TV. It's later revealed that she orchestrated all of this from the start, all because she wanted start to prevent Roger from seeing the scores.
* MoralGuardian: Andy is a rather preachy example of this in-universe, towards her own children (especially on the topic of video games to Peter and Jason, although she hardly actually bans either of them from playing gory games, and sometimes plays these same games herself, or even procrastinates herself despite telling her kids not to do so.). in-universe. She also took offence offense to Franchise/DonkeyKong not wearing any pants.
** A side note on this is the fact that she wants them listening to things like Mozart and playing outside. It's made clear several times that she'd rather they ''never'' play video games at all.
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* BigBrotherBully: Sometimes to Paige and Jason. His bad attitude towards Paige comes mostly from his conviction that as a hugh school junior, he's supposed to pick on freshmen students like his sister.

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* BigBrotherBully: Sometimes to Paige and Jason. His bad attitude towards Paige comes mostly from his conviction that as a hugh high school junior, he's supposed to pick on freshmen students like his sister.



** As for which one is the reigning champion, it should be noted that on a particularly gluttonous visit to a fast food restaurant, Peter is moaning in pain with the rest of the family...while Roger notes with sudden interest that the restaurant serves both apple and cherry pies.

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** As for which one is the reigning champion, it should be noted that on a particularly gluttonous visit to a fast food restaurant, Peter is moaning in pain with the rest of the family... while Roger notes with sudden interest that the restaurant serves both apple and cherry pies.



* ButtMonkey: The rest of the family often get these moments, but - with the exception of Jason - Peter seems to have the most Butt Monkey moments.

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* ButtMonkey: The rest of the family often get gets these moments, but - with the exception of Jason Roger - Peter seems to have the most Butt Monkey moments.



* GirlsHaveCooties: As a 10-year-old, he still believes this... to such an extreme that he's repulsed by ''video games'' with female protagonists (see above).
** Thanks to Eileen, he's slowly turning around....''slowly.''

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* GirlsHaveCooties: As a 10-year-old, he still believes this... to such an extreme that he's repulsed by ''video games'' with female protagonists (see above).
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protagonists. Thanks to Eileen, he's slowly turning around....''slowly.''around.



* ItsPopularNowItSucks: In-universe, Jason's response to the "mainstreaming" of [[LordOfTheRings Tolkien geekdom]] due to its highly successful film series. Although for him, it's not so much "It's Popular, Now It Sucks" as much as "It's Popular, Now Nerds Won't Be Special." The series gave the title to one of the book collections, "Orlando Bloom Has Ruined Everything", the cover depicting Jason and Marcus sitting in a theater surrounded by googly-eyed girls. In other words, he was a hipster before it was cool.

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* ItsPopularNowItSucks: In-universe, Jason's response to the "mainstreaming" of [[LordOfTheRings [[Franchise/TheLordOfTheRings Tolkien geekdom]] due to its highly successful film series. Although for him, it's not so much "It's Popular, Now It Sucks" as much as "It's Popular, Now Nerds Won't Be Special." The series gave the title to one of the book collections, "Orlando Bloom Has Ruined Everything", the cover depicting Jason and Marcus sitting in a theater surrounded by googly-eyed girls. In other words, he was a hipster before it was cool.



* JustOneMoreLevel: This trope is often present in-universe as a plea when Jason is playing video games and Andy wants him to do a chore or go to bed. Also subverted once when Jason says he'll go to bed right after he finishes level 47 on a game...conveniently leaving out the fact that he's currently on level 13.

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* JustOneMoreLevel: This trope is often present in-universe as a plea when Jason is playing video games and Andy wants him to do a chore or go to bed. Also subverted once when Jason says he'll go to bed right after he finishes level 47 on a game... conveniently leaving out the fact that he's currently on level 13.



* {{Troll}}: In the arc that introduced Miss O'Malley (his new teacher), we learn that Jason loved to torment his old teacher Mrs. Grinchley by going above and beyond in regards to schoolwork [[note]]She asks the kids to draw the solar system, he draws it ''to scale'' on butcher paper[[/note]]. Miss O'Malley responds to these acts by [[CoolTeacher giving him extra credit]], which annoys Jason to no end.

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* {{Troll}}: In the arc that introduced Miss O'Malley (his new teacher), O'Malley, we learn that Jason loved to torment his old teacher Mrs. Grinchley by going above and beyond in regards to schoolwork [[note]]She asks the kids to draw the solar system, he draws it ''to scale'' on butcher paper[[/note]]. Miss O'Malley responds to these acts by [[CoolTeacher giving him extra credit]], which annoys Jason to no end.



* TheChewToy: He's been thrown across rooms, electrocuted, and has apparently swallowed a dart. Subverted in one arc where he very nearly chokes to death on Paige's shoelace.

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* TheChewToy: He's been thrown across rooms, electrocuted, and has apparently swallowed a dart. dart, which are all played for laughs. Subverted in one arc where he very nearly almost chokes to death on Paige's shoelace.



* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: An early arc had him beat ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'' before Jason did.



* TheRival: To Juan Carlos

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* TheRival: To Juan CarlosCarlos.



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!Cartoonist!The Cartoonist
5th Jun '17 5:41:52 PM HighCrate
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* WrongGenreSavvy: He constantly attempts to work the rules of his TV shows and fantasy movies/books onto situations, not understanding how that won't work.
* YoungestChildWins: See ParentalFavoritism:
** Also inverted a few times: One time, Peter, Paige, and Jason ask their mom (one after the other) if they can go over to a friend's house to study. Andy allows Peter and Paige to go, but refuses due to knowing that Jason doesn't even need to study. Jason comments while walking by Paige and Peter that they "have it easy" as Paige is enthusiastically saying to Nicole on the phone "Of course she bought it. I'm on my way over."

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* WrongGenreSavvy: He constantly attempts to work the rules of his TV shows and fantasy movies/books onto situations, not understanding how that won't work.
* YoungestChildWins: See ParentalFavoritism:
** Also inverted a few times: One time, Peter, Paige, and Jason ask their mom (one after the other) if they can go over to a friend's house to study. Andy allows Peter and Paige to go, but refuses due to knowing that Jason doesn't even need to study. Jason comments while walking by Paige and Peter that they "have it easy" as Paige is enthusiastically saying to Nicole on the phone "Of course she bought it. I'm on my way over."
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** [[spoiler: ShipTease indicates that she still has a crush on him, though, even as recently as [[http://www.foxtrot.com/2014/09/07/sorry-jason]]...which Jason clearly repatriates although he'd rather die than admit it.]]

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** [[spoiler: ShipTease indicates that she still has a crush on him, though, even as recently as [[http://www.foxtrot.com/2014/09/07/sorry-jason]]...com/2014/09/07/sorry-jason 2014]]...which Jason clearly repatriates although he'd rather die than admit it.]]
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