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12th Feb '16 3:57:11 PM Kyle_Reese
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* Felicity Smoak from ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' is starting to become this. While she is the favorite character of many fans, she has become hated by large sections of the fandom due to her apparent [[Creator'sFavorite Creator's Favorite]] status becoming increasingly apparent and intrusive.
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* Felicity Smoak from ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' is starting to become this. While she is the favorite character of many fans, she has become hated by large sections of the fandom due to her apparent [[Creator'sFavorite [[CreatorsFavorite Creator's Favorite]] status becoming increasingly apparent and intrusive.
12th Feb '16 3:55:46 PM Kyle_Reese
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* Felicity Smoak from ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' is starting to become this. While she is the favorite character of many fans, she has become hated by large sections of the fandom due to her apparent [[Creator'sFavorite Creator's Favorite]] status becoming increasingly apparent and intrusive.
8th Jan '16 12:14:56 AM Ramona122003
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This example doesn't how the Wonder Twins are Creators Pet. And ''Survivor'' being erase per discussion.
* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Wonder Twins. Someone high up must have loved them to let them stick around so long; Maya even came back the next season (without her accent) just to help derail Mohinder. It doesn't help that the power is cool in theory but their characters seem to be plucked right out of a Spanish soap opera.
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* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Wonder %%Wonder Twins. Someone high up must have loved them to let them stick around so long; Maya even came back the next season (without her accent) just to help derail Mohinder. It doesn't help that the power is cool in theory but their characters seem to be plucked right out of a Spanish soap opera.

* ''Series/{{Survivor}}'': ** [[EntitledBastard Russell Hantz]] applies, given that he was practically the sole focus of ''Samoa'' and ''Heroes vs. Villains''. ** In ''Tocantins'', this was [[CloudCuckooLander Coach]], though the editors seemed to go out of their way to make him look like an idiot at every turn. However, he was [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap redeemed]] in ''Heroes vs. Villains'' where he was actually a much better player - and this wasn't because he was alongside Russell; he was actually becoming good at challenges and thinking about the game. He was the Creator's Pet of ''Tocantins'', but you at least wouldn't watch ''Tocantins'' and wonder who the winner was. ** Richard Gutierrez, the temporary host of the Philippines' CelebrityEdition, after the original host [[TheAce Paolo Bediones]] left the network, also making the former a ReplacementScrappy. Fans of the show already warned the network since Gutierrez's StageMom uses her [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections connections]] to put her son in the job, thus, fans made a BigNo after the announcement. To make him look credible, the network made him host many programs and re-aired his past programs with promotions of his new hosting gig. ** Rob Mariano. It's obvious every time he's on the producers just ''LOVE'' him. For Marquesas, we thought he was interesting. For All-Stars? Yeah he was the star - and the editors even [[SpotlightStealingSquad made the season revolve around him and Amber]]. Heroes vs. Villains? [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation We]] were bored of him and noticed that the producers were wanting to keep him and Russell on as much as possible, since they were trying ''very hard'' to fix the season so that Rob and Russell would be on as much as possible. Note that Rob is good at Puzzles... and watch the immunity challenges. Puzzles. Then after Rob is voted out? No more puzzles. But if you want a ''very'' good example of how the producers can slant a season at an almost 90-degree angle, look no further than ''Redemption Island''. Things to take note of are the most imbalanced tribes ever, the [[SerialEscalation dumbest cast ever]] (And after ''Samoa'', that's saying a ''lot''!), the editing team completely forgetting there are people other than Rob, Matt, and Phillip in the game until the final episode,[[note]]According to the cast, the plan to get rid of Russell was engineered by ''Sarita'', Kristina had found the hidden immunity idol ''within the first three days'' with ''no clues'', and Dave was very good at puzzles and competitions. Watching the season, you'd probably be surprised to figure out who these people even ''are''.[[/note]] and most notably, the challenges. Note that again, Rob is good at puzzles, and note that this season's individual immunity challenges (read: Challenges that Rob had to compete in) consisted of only one endurance challenge and had ''four puzzle challenges in a row'' - even with the [[OnceASeason final endurance challenge]] being replaced with ''another puzzle''. ** Depending on what part of the season you're watching, the Pearl Islands Creator's Pet was either [[LargeHam Rupert Boneham]] or [[MagnificentBastard Jonny Fairplay]]. Both men got over the top edits, had more confessionals than almost all the other players, and for years were generally the faces of ''Survivor''. Before Russell came along, Rupert was unquestionably the most popular player ever, and Fairplay was unquestionably the biggest outright villain of the show (Richard Hatch from the first season being somewhat VindicatedByHistory). The attention these two got caused a backlash from some fans who preferred the older style of editing where the whole cast got approximately a decent amount of airtime. ** Jane Bright from ''Nicaragua'' fits this, as well. Her determination and perseverance as an older female contestant clearly were given more weight on the editing room floor than her nasty tendencies... at least until her final episode, where she reaches a breaking point by dumping water on the tribe's fire after finding out that she's being voted out. Even then, the jury is shown to be enjoying Jane's outspokenness when that subject comes up at tribal council as though we as viewers were ''supposed'' to admire Jane for sticking up for herself and support her in her tirade against her tribe members. The tribe members who had to live with Jane, however, clearly were not impressed by her at this point and were negatively edited for it. It's also worth noting that host Jeff Probst even spent quite a bit of tribal council airtime proposing an idea to Jane's fellow outsiders (Fabio and Dan) to force a tie against an exposed soon-to-be majority, which if done may have possibly saved Jane. [[spoiler:It didn't work.]] In the end, Jane ended up being awarded the Sprint Player of the Season prize at the reunion due to her glowing edit. * When Rob Thomas, series creator of ''Series/VeronicaMars'', introduced Stosh "Piz" Piznarsky in the third season of the show, he said he knew this character was going to be hated with the fury of a million shippers, given that Piz would apparently "break up a relationship that everybody loved."This however, did not deter the showrunners from giving the audience Piz something to love. The milquetoast boyfriend who would make up the other angle in the triangle is the campus DJ, sure, but mostly he passive-aggresively pines away for the day Veronica would be his. ** When the hype for Season 3 started, it was leaked that Piz was going to be introduced as a love interest for Veronica. Creator/KristenBell, the actress who plays the eponymous character, practically asked why Veronica shouldn't have a boyfriend, when Veronica, at the time, was in a relationship with Logan Echolls, with whom she had been having a tumultuous relationship since Season 1. ** Because of the abrupt ending of the series, [[spoiler:Veronica was still with Piz at the end of the last episode. At the beginning of [[Film/VeronicaMars the fan-funded movie]], she was living with Piz in NY, apparently after reconnecting with him in New York after college, while she maintained 9 years of radio silence with Logan]], to much fan outrage at the time. these plot leaks from the movie came out. ** It didn't help that during the film's promotion, Thomas, Dianne Ruggiero, one of the main writers, and Bell all expressed their love for this character. In the trailer, Piz was touted to be the "perfect boyfriend," to the disbelief of the fans. Bell insisted that "Piz treats Veronica better. Period." Thomas added that when his daughter grows up, he wants her to meet a Piz.
6th Jan '16 10:46:29 AM Zaptech
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** Not to mention that he is literally played by Chris Lilley wearing brownface and a wig.
1st Jan '16 6:51:39 PM nombretomado
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* Lana Lang from ''{{Smallville}}'':
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* Lana Lang from ''{{Smallville}}'':''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
28th Dec '15 11:41:16 AM Naoto_best_waifu
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** Not to mention that he is literally played by Chris Lilley wearing brownface and a wig.
23rd Dec '15 5:17:46 PM PhilsLover
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%%* ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Wonder Twins. Someone high up must have loved them to let them stick around so long; Maya even came back the next season (without her accent) just to help derail Mohinder. It doesn't help that the power is cool in theory but their characters seem to be plucked right out of a Spanish soap opera.
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%%* * ''Series/{{Heroes}}'': Wonder Twins. Someone high up must have loved them to let them stick around so long; Maya even came back the next season (without her accent) just to help derail Mohinder. It doesn't help that the power is cool in theory but their characters seem to be plucked right out of a Spanish soap opera.
16th Dec '15 2:28:03 AM Ugolino
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16th Dec '15 2:27:59 AM Ugolino
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* Ramsay Snow/Bolton of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' was disliked pretty much from his first appearance in Season 3 for being involved in a massive TrappedByMountainLions plot that seemed to serve only to remind fans of the book why it happened offscreen, as well as having little depth beyond being a sadistic dickweed. The writers seem to have heard these complaints, and interpreted them to mean that people didn't like Ramsay because he wasn't [[VillainSue completely invincible.]] From then on, they [[AdaptationalBadass turned a character]] who was once a somewhat flabby unskilled fighter who survived through guile, into an absurd muscular GeniusBruiser and master combatant and general. This would be one thing, except that pretty much all his accomplishments come off as not skill or intellect, but about ten layers of Valyrian steel PlotArmor (charging in and killing multiple armored soldiers while shirtless, defeating an entire enemy army under a skilled general with a group of twenty people). Worse yet, he still lacked depth beyond being a sadistic dickweed. In a series where characters [[AnyoneCanDie die all the time]] for not treating proceedings with caution, Ramsay is continually spared the axe despite the fact that he should have died several times over. The writers even derailed Sansa's plotline from the books about becoming an independent manipulator in favor of having her being forcibly married to Ramsay [[MaritalRapeLicense and raped by him.]] It's undoubted that Ramsay is ''supposed'' to be hated, but the writers seem to think that people hate him because he's a monster and are looking forward to his end because it'll be satisfying, as they did with [[LoveToHate Joffrey]] - not that people hate him because he's terrible and are looking forward to his end because it means he'll never appear again. It's gotten to the point that people write ''[[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA songs]]'' about the writers unfairly favoring Ramsay
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* Ramsay Snow/Bolton of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' was disliked pretty much from his first appearance in Season 3 for being involved in a massive TrappedByMountainLions plot that seemed to serve only to remind fans of the book why it happened offscreen, as well as having little depth beyond being a sadistic dickweed. The writers seem to have heard these complaints, and interpreted them to mean that people didn't like Ramsay because he wasn't [[VillainSue completely invincible.]] From then on, they [[AdaptationalBadass turned a character]] who was once a somewhat flabby unskilled fighter who survived through guile, into an absurd muscular GeniusBruiser and master combatant and general. This would be one thing, except that pretty much all his accomplishments come off as not skill or intellect, but about ten layers of Valyrian steel PlotArmor (charging in and killing multiple armored soldiers while shirtless, defeating an entire enemy army under a skilled general with a group of twenty people). Worse yet, he still lacked depth beyond being a sadistic dickweed. In a series where characters [[AnyoneCanDie die all the time]] for not treating proceedings with caution, Ramsay is continually spared the axe despite the fact that he should have died several times over. The writers even derailed Sansa's plotline from the books about becoming an independent manipulator in favor of having her being forcibly married to Ramsay [[MaritalRapeLicense and raped by him.]] It's undoubted that Ramsay is ''supposed'' to be hated, but the writers seem to think that people hate him because he's a monster and are looking forward to his end because it'll be satisfying, as they did with [[LoveToHate Joffrey]] - not that people hate him because he's terrible and are looking forward to his end because it means he'll never appear again. It's gotten to the point that people write ''[[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA songs]]'' about the writers unfairly favoring RamsayRamsay.
16th Dec '15 2:27:39 AM Ugolino
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* Ramsay Snow/Bolton of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' was disliked pretty much from his first appearance in Season 3 for being involved in a massive TrappedByMountainLions plot that seemed to serve only to remind fans of the book why it happened offscreen, as well as having little depth beyond being a sadistic dickweed. The writers seem to have heard these complaints, and interpreted them to mean that people didn't like Ramsay because he wasn't [[VillainSue completely invincible.]] From then on, they [[AdaptationalBadass turned a character]] who was once a somewhat flabby unskilled fighter who survived through guile, into an absurd muscular GeniusBruiser and master combatant and general. This would be one thing, except that pretty much all his accomplishments come off as not skill or intellect, but about ten layers of Valyrian steel PlotArmor (charging in and killing multiple armored soldiers while shirtless, defeating an entire enemy army under a skilled general with a group of twenty people). Worse yet, he still lacked depth beyond being a sadistica dickwIn a series where characters die all the time for not treating proceedings with caution, Ramsay is continually spared the axe despite the fact that he should have died several times over. The writers even derailed Sansa's plotline from the books about becoming an independent manipulator in favor of having her being forcibly married to Ramsay [[MaritalRapeLicense and raped by him.]] It's undoubted that Ramsay is ''supposed'' to be hated, but the writers seem to think that people hate him because he's a monster and are looking forward to his end because it'll be satisfying - not that people hate him because he's terrible and are looking forward to his end because it means he'll never appear again.
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* Ramsay Snow/Bolton of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' was disliked pretty much from his first appearance in Season 3 for being involved in a massive TrappedByMountainLions plot that seemed to serve only to remind fans of the book why it happened offscreen, as well as having little depth beyond being a sadistic dickweed. The writers seem to have heard these complaints, and interpreted them to mean that people didn't like Ramsay because he wasn't [[VillainSue completely invincible.]] From then on, they [[AdaptationalBadass turned a character]] who was once a somewhat flabby unskilled fighter who survived through guile, into an absurd muscular GeniusBruiser and master combatant and general. This would be one thing, except that pretty much all his accomplishments come off as not skill or intellect, but about ten layers of Valyrian steel PlotArmor (charging in and killing multiple armored soldiers while shirtless, defeating an entire enemy army under a skilled general with a group of twenty people). Worse yet, he still lacked depth beyond being a sadistica dickwIn sadistic dickweed. In a series where characters [[AnyoneCanDie die all the time time]] for not treating proceedings with caution, Ramsay is continually spared the axe despite the fact that he should have died several times over. The writers even derailed Sansa's plotline from the books about becoming an independent manipulator in favor of having her being forcibly married to Ramsay [[MaritalRapeLicense and raped by him.]] It's undoubted that Ramsay is ''supposed'' to be hated, but the writers seem to think that people hate him because he's a monster and are looking forward to his end because it'll be satisfying satisfying, as they did with [[LoveToHate Joffrey]] - not that people hate him because he's terrible and are looking forward to his end because it means he'll never appear again.again. It's gotten to the point that people write ''[[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2-SEzX5-dqA songs]]'' about the writers unfairly favoring Ramsay
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