History DisproportionateRetribution / LiveActionTV

7th Apr '18 12:16:15 PM InklingBear
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** Jade even goes all out, attempting to sabotage Tori's prome, [[RuleOfThree from premiering a scary video in front of the attendees, cancelling the band to perform there, and even hiring a guy only wearing a loose diaper to dance at the prome]], all because [[spoiler:Sikowitz had her performance cancelled at the asphalt cafe for Tori's prome]]. Tori does manage to get her back at the end though.
3rd Apr '18 6:41:24 AM gb00393
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** Jorah's exile for the crimes he committed, in his mind at least, though Daenerys herself is appalled with this.
24th Mar '18 8:24:04 PM nombretomado
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* This is how everyone handles everything in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle''. Whether it be problems between the brothers, Lois punishing the boys, or someone dealing with an outside problem, it's almost bound to be disproportionate. [[TheyMightBeGiants Life is unfair]], indeed.

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* This is how everyone handles everything in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle''. Whether it be problems between the brothers, Lois punishing the boys, or someone dealing with an outside problem, it's almost bound to be disproportionate. [[TheyMightBeGiants [[Music/TheyMightBeGiants Life is unfair]], indeed.
22nd Mar '18 12:00:18 AM Vir
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** "iHate Sam's Boyfriend": The trios' revenge on Jonah for trying to kiss Carly while he's with Sam? They wedgie-bounce him on iCarly. And he's still left in the device even after the show's over. To be fair though, he was an annoying jerk throughout the episode and the punishment itself could be for everything rather than just the one thing.
** "iParty with Victorious" has probably the most glaring example in the show's history! If not that, then of all Nickelodeon's! Carly and Tori have discovered that their boyfriend Stephen was two-timing each of them with the other. Their response? Exposing him over iCarly so the whole world knows! While what he did was bad, their revenge is [[WhatTheHellHero the equivalent of cyberbullying]]!!!

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** "iHate Sam's Boyfriend": The trios' trio's revenge on Jonah for trying to kiss Carly while he's with Sam? They wedgie-bounce him on iCarly. And he's still left in the device even after the show's over. To be fair though, he was an annoying jerk throughout the episode and the punishment itself could be for everything rather than just the one thing.
** "iParty with Victorious" has probably the most glaring example in the show's history! If history; if not that, then of all Nickelodeon's! Nickelodeon's. Carly and Tori have discovered that their boyfriend Stephen was two-timing each of them with the other. Their response? Exposing him over iCarly so the whole world knows! knows. While what he did was bad, their revenge is [[WhatTheHellHero the equivalent of cyberbullying]]!!!cyberbullying]].
21st Mar '18 11:56:47 PM Vir
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* Arguably happened a few times in {{Series/Hustle}}, but explicitly so in a B-plot to one episode. The gang had been charged £60 for going £4 overdrawn at the bank. To get revenge on the bank manager, they incorporated him as secondary mark in their latest con, and cheated him out of thousands.

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* Arguably happened a few times in {{Series/Hustle}}, ''{{Series/Hustle}}'', but explicitly so in a B-plot to one episode. The gang had been charged £60 for going £4 overdrawn at the bank. To get revenge on the bank manager, they incorporated him as secondary mark in their latest con, and cheated him out of thousands.



** "iGot Detention". Carly and Freddie are trying to get detention along with Sam to do their 50th show, to no avail. What makes Howard give Carly detention is her slamming her locker door in frustration.



** ''iKiss''. In retaliation for Freddie handcuffing her to Gibby, which was in turn all for the endless abuse she had given him, Sam reveals Freddie's embarrassing secret, that he's never kissed a girl, to the world on the webshow. Thankfully, Sam redeems herself by admitting that she had never kissed anyone either.

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** ''iKiss''."iKiss". In retaliation for Freddie handcuffing her to Gibby, which was in turn all for the endless abuse she had given him, Sam reveals Freddie's embarrassing secret, that he's never kissed a girl, to the world on the webshow. Thankfully, Sam redeems herself by admitting that she had never kissed anyone either.
7th Mar '18 10:54:52 PM Nadim
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* ''Series/AustinAndAlly'': Tilly Thompson hated Ally since kindergarden just because Ally's butterfly song OutGambitted Tilly's lady bug song. She even goes as far as to take her grudge out on Austin.
28th Feb '18 4:31:51 PM marcoasalazarm
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** The episode "It Takes A Village". The killer was a former resident of a boys' home as a kid and he was beaten up by the other boys on order of one of the counselors. So instead of going after the now adult guys or the counselor who actually did this to him in the 80's, he's kidnapping, torturing, and killing 9 and 10 year-old boys in 2007 and leaving their bodies in freezers.

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** The episode "It Takes A Village". The killer was a former resident of a boys' home as a kid and he was beaten up by the other boys on order of one of the counselors. So instead of going after the now adult guys or the counselor who actually did this to him in the 80's, he's kidnapping, torturing, and killing 9 and 10 year-old boys in 2007 and leaving their bodies in freezers. The way he chose the boys (at least at first glance) also looked like this: he set high scores on several arcade machines throughout the city and kept a look out for anybody that surpassed them.



*** [[Recap/CommunityS2E14AdvancedDungeonsAndDragons "Advanced Dungeons and Dragons"]] takes this UpToEleven. When the study group chooses not to invite him to a ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' game that they know he wouldn't like and that they're using to help a bullied student, he bullies his way into the game and derails it as the villain. At the end, [[FriendshipMoment the bullied kid tells Pierce he had fun]].

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*** [[Recap/CommunityS2E14AdvancedDungeonsAndDragons "Advanced Dungeons and Dragons"]] takes this UpToEleven. When the study group chooses not to invite him to a ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' game that they know he wouldn't like and that they're using to help a bullied (as in borderline suicidal) student, he bullies his way into the game anyway and derails it as the villain. At the end, [[FriendshipMoment the bullied kid tells Pierce he had fun]].



*** His targets are not limited to the study group. In "[[Recap/CommunityS2E17IntroToPoliticalScience Intro to Political Science]]", he enters the school election and repeatedly antagonizes fellow candidate Vicki until she drops out of the election. His reason? She wouldn't lend him a pencil. (Of course, Vicki later performs some disproportionate retribution of her own by lending Pierce a pencil...through his cheek.)

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*** His targets are not limited to the study group. In "[[Recap/CommunityS2E17IntroToPoliticalScience Intro to Political Science]]", he enters the school election and repeatedly antagonizes fellow candidate Vicki until she drops out of the election. His reason? She wouldn't lend him a pencil. (Of course, Vicki later performs some disproportionate retribution of her own by lending Pierce a pencil... through his cheek.)
28th Feb '18 5:34:15 AM Nadim
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** In "Guys Meet Girls", Jo dislocates Gabe's shoulder because she thinks she cheated in the game they are playing.

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** In "Guys Meet Girls", Jo dislocates Gabe's shoulder because she thinks she he cheated in the game they are playing.
28th Feb '18 5:31:03 AM Nadim
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* ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'':
** In "Teddy's Bear", Mr. Piper gives Teddy a bad grade because she "didn't fill in the oval correctly" and then writes her a disciplinary note after she breaks one of his pencils.
** In "Guys Meet Girls", Jo dislocates Gabe's shoulder because she thinks she cheated in the game they are playing.
** In "Charlie Did It", Hugo the store manager arrests Charlie, an infant for taking a pair of sunglasses. This is further shown by the mugshots he takes of her in his office.
25th Feb '18 11:56:00 PM LittleDancerGirl
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*** Darvin trying to retroactively assassinate Kirk also qualifies, especially when one considers the history he would've been wiping out in the process.
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