History Characters / TheIncredibles

26th Jun '17 5:49:02 AM MsCC93
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* ItsAllMyFault: After his family gets captured by Syndrome, he laments on how he got so caught up on reliving his glory days, that he put himself and his family in danger of being killed by Syndrome (while not being appreciative of what he has: a family).



* MisplacedRetribution: After Buddy almost (unintentionally) gets himself and Mr. Incedible killed, he also caused the passengers of a train to get serious injuries, which Mr. Incredible gets blamed and sued for.



* DoNotCallMePaul: As mentioned in BerserkButton, he doesn't like being called [[spoiler:Buddy]]. He also doesn't like being called [[spoiler:Incrediboy]] either.



* NeverMyFault: His FreudianExcuse falls kind of flat when you realize that even though Mr. Incredible told him he worked alone, Buddy had distracted him repeatedly, let Bomb Voyage escape, and had ''nearly gotten himself killed'' because he repeatedly tried to "help".

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* NeverMyFault: His FreudianExcuse falls kind of flat when you realize that even though Mr. Incredible told him he worked alone, Buddy had pestered and distracted him repeatedly, let Bomb Voyage escape, and had ''nearly gotten himself and Mr. Incredible killed'' (and also caused the passengers of a train to get serious injuries, which Mr. Incredible gets blamed and sued for) because he repeatedly tried to "help".
25th Jun '17 5:58:56 PM SunGuyThe3rd
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* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Violet Parr spends most of the movie with her hair in her face. After a pep talk from her mom Helen and realizing she could get in a fight she keeps her hair restrained behind her ear with a headband, probably to signal growing confidence. This is commented on by her father at the end of the film and the boy she has a crush on notices as well.

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* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Violet Parr spends most of the movie with her hair in her face. After a pep talk from her mom Helen and realizing she could get in a fight she keeps her hair restrained behind her ear with a headband, probably to signal growing confidence. This is commented on by her father at the end of the film and the boy she has a crush on notices as well.


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* {{Expy}}: Notably, Dash is the only member of the family whose powerset isn't lifted from a member of the Fantastic Four, but he's a blond hotshot who's the little brother of a girl who can generate forcefields and turn invisible. Think Johnny Storm as a little kid.
25th Jun '17 10:49:49 AM MsCC93
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* CurbStompBattle: An off-screen one happens when he apparently beats up Syndrome's mooks to steal one of his trailers.
24th Jun '17 10:22:47 PM ectostar
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The character sheet for the Creator/{{Pixar}} and Creator/{{Disney}} animated film, ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''.
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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Helen did marry [[NiceGuy Bob,]] a (former) superhero.

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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Helen did marry [[NiceGuy Bob,]] Bob]], a (former) superhero.



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--> '''Dicker:''' And you believed him. [[note]] For the record, Syndrome had come to the Parrs' house ''in his supervillain costume'' and, [[BadLiar while stuttering and stumbling over his words,]] told Kari that he was a super babysitter. The fact that Dicker didn't roll his eyes is a minor miracle.[[/note]]

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--> '''Dicker:''' And you believed him. [[note]] For the record, Syndrome had come to the Parrs' house ''in his supervillain costume'' and, [[BadLiar while stuttering and stumbling over his words,]] words]], told Kari that he was a super babysitter. The fact that Dicker didn't roll his eyes is a minor miracle.[[/note]]



* YouKeepUsingThatWord: The word ''bubbeleh'' is Yiddish for "little grandma" and is typically used as a term of endearment for older female relatives. Sunbright however uses this word for [[UpToEleven everyone,]] including someone he didn't immediately know the identity of (Bob, at the time,) and Dash, a ''boy who could be no younger than eight and no older than ten.''

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* YouKeepUsingThatWord: The word ''bubbeleh'' is Yiddish for "little grandma" and is typically used as a term of endearment for older female relatives. Sunbright however uses this word for [[UpToEleven everyone,]] everyone]], including someone he didn't immediately know the identity of (Bob, at the time,) and Dash, a ''boy who could be no younger than eight and no older than ten.''
24th Jun '17 12:56:14 PM MsCC93
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: After Bob threw his boss through several walls, his verbal expression shows it:
-->'''Bob:''' Uh-oh.
24th Jun '17 12:52:01 PM MsCC93
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* {{Understatement}}: After Bob threw his boss through several walls, which lands his boss in the hospital:
-->'''Bob:''' I'm fired, aren't I?
24th Jun '17 10:55:13 AM gjjones
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* ActionDad: A vigilante-superhero after he finished the 9-5 at the office and before tucking his kids into bed.

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* ActionDad: A vigilante-superhero after he finished the 9-5 his work at the office Insuricare and before tucking his kids into bed.






* NoodleIncident: It's heavily implied after he puts Huph in the hospital in a rage that this is ''far'' from the first time that he's screwed up and blown cover, forcing Rick Dicker to intervene.

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* NoodleIncident: It's heavily implied after he puts Huph in the hospital in a rage that this is ''far'' from the first time that he's screwed up and blown cover, exposed his identity, forcing Rick Dicker to intervene.



* SpannerInTheWorks: In the first arc of the Comics [[spoiler: his scarfing down of Organa's cookies foils her plan to leave the entire family powerless. ]]

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* SpannerInTheWorks: In the first arc of the Comics [[spoiler: his scarfing down of Organa's cookies foils her plan to leave the entire family powerless. ]]



* InkSuitActor:
** He resembles his actor Wallace Shawn
** In an unintentional example, his German VA Herbert Feuerstein greatly resembles him to the point that Feuerstein ended up voicing the character.



* {{Jerkass}}: Huph is cold, cruel, greedy, selfish, and self-centered. As the boss of an insurance company, he is more focused on gaining more money than providing customers with the insurance they need. He always seems to have an excuse for getting angry, and only cares about money.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Not only is he a jerk to his workers, especially Bob, but Huph is cold, cruel, greedy, selfish, greedy and self-centered. As the boss of an insurance company, he is more focused on gaining more money than willing to help his own people in his business as opposed to providing customers with the insurance they need. He always seems to have an excuse for getting angry, and only cares about money.need.
24th Jun '17 10:47:43 AM MsCC93
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: In the beginning of the movie, Bob wished for the world to stay safe so he wouldn't have to fight crime all the time. Cue a couple of years later and he constantly reminisces about the glory days as a superhero.
23rd Jun '17 3:13:03 PM mhj0808
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* GoodIsNotSoft: The Incredibles are ''not'' against using deadly force against the various {{mooks}} they encounter and/or indirectly causing them to die- heck, ''[[KidHero Dash]]'' racks up the highest kill count among them by getting the goons chasing him to crash their hovercrafts into the surroundings. However, this trope is completely Justified; turns out, super-heroing is a dangerous business and it's a lot harder than it sounds to just take bad guys alive when they're actively trying to kill you.
21st Jun '17 10:06:45 AM MsCC93
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* HateSink: Even more than Gilbert Huph. Between causing the deaths of numerous supers to perfect the Omnidroid, forcing Mr Incredible to listen to the apparent deaths of his family on the radio, daring him to kill his hitherto loyal henchwoman Mirage, and kidnapping Jack-Jack with the intention of raising him to fight against his parents, he's easily the most evil character Pixar have ever created.
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