History CreatorsPet / LiveActionTV

4th Sep '17 10:06:04 PM Nicoaln
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** In Season 18 Nicole Franzel and Corey Brooks who are the most disliked houseguests of the season are given a lot of screentime compared to the more liked houseguests such as Natalie Negrotti, Da'Vonne Rogers, Bridgette Dunning, Paul Abrahamian and Victor Arroyo to name a few.

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** In Season 18 Nicole Franzel and Corey Brooks who are the most disliked houseguests of the season are given a lot of screentime compared to the more liked houseguests such as Natalie Negrotti, Da'Vonne Rogers, Bridgette Dunning, Paul Abrahamian and Victor Arroyo to name a few.few.
** In season 19, ''Paul'' turned into this when he returned by [[BlatantLies popular demand]], [[SpotlightStealingSquad took up 90% of the screentime]], [[ExecutiveMeddling got a free pass to week three]], and [[JerkAss was put with the least likable]] and [[TooDumbToLive the hands down stupidest bunch of players ever]]. His popularity took a ''massive'' nosedive without [[MoralityPet Victor Arroyo]] around to help tone down his JerkAss tendencies, or [[EnemyMine more disliked players like Nicole and Corey]] that people rooted ''against''.
2nd Sep '17 11:00:27 PM annette12
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* Megan from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' was a massive JerkSue who made her brothers miserable for no reason yet got away with everything and infuriated the fandom to the point they legitimately wanted her killed off. For some reason, showrunner Dan Schneider was completely unaware of this.

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* Megan from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' was a massive JerkSue Jerkass who made her brothers miserable for no reason yet got away with everything and infuriated the fandom to the point they legitimately wanted her killed off. For some reason, showrunner Dan Schneider was completely unaware of this.
21st Jul '17 12:34:36 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Imogen Willis actually managed to surpass her. She started off well, spending her first few months as a bright but insecure girl overlooked in favour of her brother and developing bulimia. But then it turned out she was SuetifulAllAlong, as she gets elected school captain and proceeds to lord it over everyone. The older boy she's been crushing on for months falls for her...and she abruptly decides she doesn't like him after all. Then she does it to the ''next'' major character to show an interest in her, while several guest characters think their only purpose is to spend their time on the show basking in her loveliness. She gets a job at a law firm while still at school, treats the secretary (who's twice her age) like an underling and somehow keeps the job despite constantly doing unethical things (tipping off her dad to a lawsuit against his employers, trying to get her brother out of an assault charge). Her best friend starts dating the latest boy she likes and she launches a vicious campaign against them that has even her [[ThickerThanWater notoriously biased]] mother admitting she's the bad guy, then wrecks their wedding by declaring her love to him that morning and getting stuck down a well with him (ItMakesAsMuchSenseInContext) and he ''still'' falls for her after she starts hanging around him as soon as he's single. And this time the show doesn't admit the relationship isn't working: Instead, the actor playing her boyfriend was effectively sacked so that, when she gets offered a dream job as an intern in LA, they can get a judge to grant special permission for her to marry him and take him with her, because apparently they're [[OneTruePairing Meant To Be]] even though they're been together six months and broken up twice. And even though he's a member of one of the show's original families and the son of the show's ultimate Golden Couple, he has to change his name to hers, because she's just that awesome.

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** Imogen Willis actually managed to surpass her. She started off well, spending her first few months as a bright but insecure girl overlooked in favour of her brother and developing bulimia. But then it turned out she was SuetifulAllAlong, as Then she gets elected school captain and proceeds to lord it over everyone. The older boy she's been crushing on for months falls for her...and she abruptly decides she doesn't like him after all. Then she does it to the ''next'' major character to show an interest in her, while several guest characters think their only purpose is to spend their time on the show basking in her loveliness. She gets a job at a law firm while still at school, treats the secretary (who's twice her age) like an underling and somehow keeps the job despite constantly doing unethical things (tipping off her dad to a lawsuit against his employers, trying to get her brother out of an assault charge). Her best friend starts dating the latest boy she likes and she launches a vicious campaign against them that has even her [[ThickerThanWater notoriously biased]] mother admitting she's the bad guy, then wrecks their wedding by declaring her love to him that morning and getting stuck down a well with him (ItMakesAsMuchSenseInContext) and he ''still'' falls for her after she starts hanging around him as soon as he's single. And this time the show doesn't admit the relationship isn't working: Instead, the actor playing her boyfriend was effectively sacked so that, when she gets offered a dream job as an intern in LA, they can get a judge to grant special permission for her to marry him and take him with her, because apparently they're [[OneTruePairing Meant To Be]] even though they're been together six months and broken up twice. And even though he's a member of one of the show's original families and the son of the show's ultimate Golden Couple, he has to change his name to hers, because she's just that awesome.
20th Jul '17 12:10:08 AM Zaptech
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* Series/AmericasGotTalent has Grace Vanderwaal who despite not projecting her voice very loudly and not having a wide range of vocals, as continuously gushed over by both judges and producers. Even in the finale Howie Mandel told the judges to vote for her.
19th Jul '17 7:17:22 AM TotalDramaRox97
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* Series/AmericasGotTalent has Grace Vanderwaal who despite not projecting her voice very loudly and not having a wide range of vocals, as continuously gushed over by both judges and producers. Even in the finale Howie Mandel told the judges to vote for her.
18th Jun '17 2:00:58 PM mimitchi33
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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' has Sherman and Rusty treated this way. Every other episode has them as the focus among the toys, usually in a situation where two people had different opinions on a particular topic. Warloworth was also a victim of this trope in episodes where there is a difficult situation a child would misunderstand. It got to the point where due to this, barely any other toys [[ADayInTheLimelight got to have episodes focused on them]], except for Planet Pup [[note]]the main toy character due to his friendship with Truman[[/note]] and Johnny Crawfish [[note]]whose episode where he got focused on had his problem be the B-plot, and it isn't mentioned on the official summary.[[/note]]

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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' has Sherman and Rusty treated this way. Every other episode has them as the focus among the toys, usually in a situation where two people had different opinions on a particular topic. Warloworth was also a victim of this trope in episodes where there is a difficult situation a child would misunderstand. It got to the point where due to this, barely any other toys [[ADayInTheLimelight got to have episodes focused on them]], except for Planet Pup [[note]]the main toy character due to his friendship with Truman[[/note]] and Johnny Crawfish [[note]]whose episode where he got focused on had his problem be the B-plot, and it isn't mentioned on the official summary.[[/note]][[/note]].
18th Jun '17 2:00:15 PM mimitchi33
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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' has Sherman and treated this way. Every other episode has them as the focus among the toys, usually in a situation where two people had different opinions on a particular topic. Warloworth was also a victim of this trope in episodes where there is a difficult situation a child would misunderstand. It got to the point where due to this, barely any other toys [[ADayInTheLimelight got to have episodes focused on them]], except for Planet Pup, the main toy character, and Johnny Crawfish, whose episode where he got focused on had his plotline a very minor part of the episode.

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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' has Sherman and Rusty treated this way. Every other episode has them as the focus among the toys, usually in a situation where two people had different opinions on a particular topic. Warloworth was also a victim of this trope in episodes where there is a difficult situation a child would misunderstand. It got to the point where due to this, barely any other toys [[ADayInTheLimelight got to have episodes focused on them]], except for Planet Pup, the Pup [[note]]the main toy character, character due to his friendship with Truman[[/note]] and Johnny Crawfish, whose Crawfish [[note]]whose episode where he got focused on had his plotline a very minor part of problem be the episode.B-plot, and it isn't mentioned on the official summary.[[/note]]
18th Jun '17 1:57:44 PM mimitchi33
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* ''Series/TheNoddyShop'' has Sherman and treated this way. Every other episode has them as the focus among the toys, usually in a situation where two people had different opinions on a particular topic. Warloworth was also a victim of this trope in episodes where there is a difficult situation a child would misunderstand. It got to the point where due to this, barely any other toys [[ADayInTheLimelight got to have episodes focused on them]], except for Planet Pup, the main toy character, and Johnny Crawfish, whose episode where he got focused on had his plotline a very minor part of the episode.
6th Jun '17 5:55:35 AM Zaptech
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* Stephen A Smith, Jemele Hill, Michael Smith and numerous other columnists have been this ever since ''Creator/{{ESPN}}'' became focused more on liberal politics and pop culture while focusing less on highlights in recent months.
31st May '17 5:36:33 PM cyhh2002
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* Stephen A Smith, Jemele Hill, Michael Smith and numerous other columnists have been this ever since ''Creator/{{ESPN]]'' became focused more on liberal politics and pop culture while focusing less on highlights in recent months.

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* Stephen A Smith, Jemele Hill, Michael Smith and numerous other columnists have been this ever since ''Creator/{{ESPN]]'' ''Creator/{{ESPN}}'' became focused more on liberal politics and pop culture while focusing less on highlights in recent months.
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