History CrazyAwesome / WesternAnimation

3rd Feb '18 2:44:55 PM Scorntex
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** ''ComicBook/BeastWarsUprising'' has Bisk, who thinks he's a video-game character, and treats life accordingly. Megatron hires him to find a top secret research facility and steal something for him. And Bisk does. In a ''cardboard box''. Then he goes on to survive a full-blown robo-zombie apocalypse, just thinking it's a storyline expansion and rolling with it.
2nd Oct '17 1:54:09 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* Stitch from the ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' franchise has to be the purest definition of this trope. He manages to escape captivity by force, then hijacks a ship and crash lands on UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}}, coming out with [[EvilLaugh a maniacal cackle]]. In the original movie, even after a heavy chunk of CharacterDevelopment, he rescues Lilo by using lava and diesel from a truck to skyrocket towards Gantu's ship, crash through the window, then proceed to throw him out of it. And let's not mention when he's on caffeine... Lilo regularly makes side-comments throughout the franchise when he's acting particularly hyperactive that she won't be giving him any more coffee.

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* Stitch from the ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' franchise has to be the purest definition of this trope. He manages to escape captivity by force, then hijacks a ship and crash lands on UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}}, coming out with [[EvilLaugh a maniacal cackle]]. In [[Disney/LiloAndStitch the original movie, movie]], even after a heavy chunk of CharacterDevelopment, he rescues Lilo by using lava and diesel from a truck to skyrocket towards Gantu's ship, crash through the window, then proceed to throw him out of it. And let's not mention when he's on caffeine... Lilo regularly makes side-comments throughout the franchise when he's acting particularly hyperactive that she won't be giving him any more coffee.
23rd Sep '17 11:21:12 PM That897Guy
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** Forget the devil, now he's managed to take down [[spoiler: not only an entire Citadel run by countless alternate-universe versions of himself, but the entire Galactic Government that they allied themselves against, and which Rick himself has been on the run from most of his life.]]
12th Sep '17 7:30:29 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that such level of time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod royal sisters]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another.

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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that such level of time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe INVENTED TIME TRAVEL for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod royal sisters]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another. [[spoiler:Also she [[DreamPeople sort of created]] [[EvilCounterpart Daybreaker.]] ]]
11th Sep '17 6:03:02 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Dr. Screwball Jones from "The Boy Wander". What else would you expect from an accordion-playing [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot banana clown doctor]] played by [[Music/WeirdAlYankovic Weird Al?]]
11th Sep '17 5:56:42 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that such level of time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod royal sisters]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another. The stress from the resulting situation also causes her to dream up evil versions of the royal sisters fighting each other to the death. Yeah. Even her stress-induced dreams are CrazyAwesome.

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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that such level of time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod royal sisters]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another. The stress from the resulting situation also causes her to dream up evil versions of the royal sisters fighting each other to the death. Yeah. Even her stress-induced dreams are CrazyAwesome.
9th Sep '17 7:44:42 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod ROYAL SISTERS]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another.

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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that such level of time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod ROYAL SISTERS]], royal sisters]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another.another. The stress from the resulting situation also causes her to dream up evil versions of the royal sisters fighting each other to the death. Yeah. Even her stress-induced dreams are CrazyAwesome.
9th Sep '17 2:27:56 AM PlanetEatingWarlord
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** Starlight Glimmer could be considered a more serious version of this trope. As a villain, she's an emotionally unstable unicorn with the magical skill and talent to rival an alicorn, and her idea for revenge is to [[DisproportionateRetribution GO BACK IN TIME AND STOP TWILIGHT FROM EVER MEETING HER FRIENDS.]] (Keep in mind that time travel magic is something established to have been pretty much impossible before Starlight showed up, so she [[{{Determinator}} basically defied the laws of this universe for the sake of vengeance.]]) Even after her reformation, she still has some of these moments, including impulsively switching the cutie marks of the [[PhysicalGod ROYAL SISTERS]], thereby forcing them to walk a day in the other's shoes and gain a better appreciation for one another.


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* Wander from ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder''. Lord Hater qualifies as well, being a PsychopathicManChild who gains strength through ThePowerOfHate.
2nd Jul '17 10:01:40 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Freakazoid}}'' is pretty much the AnthropomorphicPersonification of CrazyAwesome. He's got a Freakmobile, the ability to travel through {{Cyberspace}}, and can turn into [[LightningCanDoAnything lightning]], but prefers to get around by throwing up his arms and making whooshing noises. He's got super strength, but will more often than not defeat his opponents by confusing them into submission or whining at them until they run away. As the theme song puts it:

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* ''{{Freakazoid}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' is pretty much the AnthropomorphicPersonification of CrazyAwesome. He's got a Freakmobile, the ability to travel through {{Cyberspace}}, and can turn into [[LightningCanDoAnything lightning]], but prefers to get around by throwing up his arms and making whooshing noises. He's got super strength, but will more often than not defeat his opponents by confusing them into submission or whining at them until they run away. As the theme song puts it:
17th Jun '17 12:09:57 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''TheSimpsons'': Groundskeeper Willie, a drunk, insane Scottish janitor who fistfights with animals and apparently thinks movies are real.

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* ''TheSimpsons'': ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Groundskeeper Willie, a drunk, insane Scottish janitor who fistfights with animals and apparently thinks movies are real.



* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' Rick is insane, an alcoholic, a genius and managed to completely own the devil.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': Rick Sanchez is insane, an alcoholic, a genius and managed to completely own the devil.


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* Stitch from the ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' franchise has to be the purest definition of this trope. He manages to escape captivity by force, then hijacks a ship and crash lands on UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}}, coming out with [[EvilLaugh a maniacal cackle]]. In the original movie, even after a heavy chunk of CharacterDevelopment, he rescues Lilo by using lava and diesel from a truck to skyrocket towards Gantu's ship, crash through the window, then proceed to throw him out of it. And let's not mention when he's on caffeine... Lilo regularly makes side-comments throughout the franchise when he's acting particularly hyperactive that she won't be giving him any more coffee.
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