History DisproportionateRetribution / WesternAnimation

14th Oct '17 8:45:45 PM DesiredUsernameTaken
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** In Episode 139, Olaf breaks Kaeloo's headphones. Kaeloo responds by HulkingOut, shoving Olaf inside his own robot and throwing his into space.
14th Oct '17 4:06:35 AM Dr_Wrecker
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** Then there's the matter of the last scene, or rather next-to-last scene, in "Bad Heir Day", an otherwise [[Heartwarming/TheFairlyOddparents touching episode]]. Poof, who accidentally bounced out of his stroller, wound up with Crocker for a time. Timmy does everything he can to find his little brother and quickly becomes a BadlyBatteredBabysitter. Poof arrives home without a scratch, while Timmy comes in with his clothes torn, scratched and burned. When he explains what happened, [[OutOfCharacter Wanda]] gives him NoSympathy and poofs Timmy ''back'' into the same rabid alligator pit that he was in earlier while trying to find Poof. Apparently, someone who loses a child accidentally, even if they go through horrendous things to bring them back safely, deserves to be nearly killed, if not actually]]. Add to this the fact that Poof is immortal while Timmy is human, as well as a child himself, adds a FridgeHorror and/or TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot element to it if you think too long about it.

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** Then there's the matter of the last scene, or rather next-to-last scene, in "Bad Heir Day", an otherwise [[Heartwarming/TheFairlyOddparents touching episode]]. Poof, who accidentally bounced out of his stroller, wound up with Crocker for a time. Timmy does everything he can to find his little brother and quickly becomes a BadlyBatteredBabysitter. Poof arrives home without a scratch, while Timmy comes in with his clothes torn, scratched and burned. When he explains what happened, [[OutOfCharacter Wanda]] gives him NoSympathy and poofs Timmy ''back'' into the same rabid alligator pit that he was in earlier while trying to find Poof. Apparently, someone who loses a child accidentally, even if they go through horrendous things to bring them back safely, deserves to be nearly killed, if not actually]].actually. Add to this the fact that Poof is immortal while Timmy is human, as well as a child himself, adds a FridgeHorror and/or TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot element to it if you think too long about it.
14th Oct '17 4:05:45 AM Dr_Wrecker
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** Then there's the matter of the last scene, or rather next-to-last scene, in "Bad Heir Day", an otherwise [[Heartwarming/TheFairlyOddparents touching episode]]. Poof, who accidentally bounced out of his stroller, wound up with Crocker for a time. Timmy does everything he can to find his little brother and quickly becomes a BadlyBatteredBabysitter. Poof arrives home without a scratch, while Timmy comes in with his clothes torn, scratched and burned. When he explains what happened, Wanda gives him NoSympathy and poofs Timmy ''back'' into the same rabid alligator pit that he was in earlier while trying to find Poof. Apparently, someone who loses a child accidentally, even if they go through horrendous things to bring them back safely, deserves to be nearly killed, if not actually. Add to this the fact that Poof is immortal while Timmy is human, as well as a child himself, adds a FridgeHorror element to it if you think too long about it.

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** Then there's the matter of the last scene, or rather next-to-last scene, in "Bad Heir Day", an otherwise [[Heartwarming/TheFairlyOddparents touching episode]]. Poof, who accidentally bounced out of his stroller, wound up with Crocker for a time. Timmy does everything he can to find his little brother and quickly becomes a BadlyBatteredBabysitter. Poof arrives home without a scratch, while Timmy comes in with his clothes torn, scratched and burned. When he explains what happened, Wanda [[OutOfCharacter Wanda]] gives him NoSympathy and poofs Timmy ''back'' into the same rabid alligator pit that he was in earlier while trying to find Poof. Apparently, someone who loses a child accidentally, even if they go through horrendous things to bring them back safely, deserves to be nearly killed, if not actually. actually]]. Add to this the fact that Poof is immortal while Timmy is human, as well as a child himself, adds a FridgeHorror and/or TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot element to it if you think too long about it.
10th Oct '17 7:43:56 PM TudorRose
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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane via psychological warfare, only because the latter made the polite (if rather absurd) request that she remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own. By the end, Candie is a paranoid and violent mess.

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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane via psychological warfare, only because the latter made the polite (if rather absurd) request that she remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own. By the end, Candie is a paranoid and violent mess.mess, lashing out at anyone who approaches her for fear that they are Slappy in disguise returning the can to her.
10th Oct '17 7:42:02 PM TudorRose
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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane via psychological warfare, only because the latter politely told Slappy to remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own.

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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane via psychological warfare, only because the latter politely told Slappy to made the polite (if rather absurd) request that she remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own.own. By the end, Candie is a paranoid and violent mess.
10th Oct '17 1:22:44 AM TudorRose
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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane, only because the latter politely told Slappy to remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own.

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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane, insane via psychological warfare, only because the latter politely told Slappy to remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own.
10th Oct '17 1:21:32 AM TudorRose
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** Another episode has Slappy driving her neighbor Candie Chipmunk insane, only because the latter politely told Slappy to remove the soda can she dropped into her recycle bin and put it in her own.
-->'''Slappy:''' If I were a better person, I'd ignore her and go on with my life. But I'm not. ''(maniacal laugh)''
8th Oct '17 10:44:08 AM MsCC93
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** Joyce Kinney, a news anchor at Quahog News, revealed on the show that Lois starred in a porno in retaliation for a prank she pulled when they were in high school. Granted, said prank was a {{Carrie}}-style humiliation.

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** Joyce Kinney, a news anchor at Quahog News, revealed on the show that Lois starred in a porno in retaliation for a prank she pulled when they were in high school. Granted, said prank was a {{Carrie}}-style humiliation.
8th Oct '17 10:26:01 AM MsCC93
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** Joyce Kinney, a news anchor at Quahog News, revealed on the show that Lois starred in a porno in retaliation for a prank she pulled when they were in high school. Granted, said prank was a {{Carrie}}-style humiliation, but still, it was [[OldShame something Lois regretted]] and would have apologized for had Joyce simply brought it up, but instead turns Lois into a hometown pariah, easily eclipsing the magnitude of the prank's aftermath and [[HeWhoFightsMonsters making her no better than Lois was]] when she wouldn't accept Lois' apology. Plus, [[SinsOfOurFathers Chris was tormented at school for all of this]]. (Just let it sink in that this also could have just as easily been [[ButtMonkey Meg]].)

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** Joyce Kinney, a news anchor at Quahog News, revealed on the show that Lois starred in a porno in retaliation for a prank she pulled when they were in high school. Granted, said prank was a {{Carrie}}-style humiliation, but still, it was [[OldShame something Lois regretted]] and would have apologized for had Joyce simply brought it up, but instead turns Lois into a hometown pariah, easily eclipsing the magnitude of the prank's aftermath and [[HeWhoFightsMonsters making her no better than Lois was]] when she wouldn't accept Lois' apology. Plus, [[SinsOfOurFathers Chris was tormented at school for all of this]]. (Just let it sink in that this also could have just as easily been [[ButtMonkey Meg]].)humiliation.
6th Oct '17 12:24:13 PM azul120
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** Joyce Kinney, a news anchor at Quahog News, revealed on the show that Lois starred in a porno in retaliation for a prank she pulled when they were in high school.
*** Granted, said prank was a {{Carrie}}-style humiliation.

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** Joyce Kinney, a news anchor at Quahog News, revealed on the show that Lois starred in a porno in retaliation for a prank she pulled when they were in high school.
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school. Granted, said prank was a {{Carrie}}-style humiliation.humiliation, but still, it was [[OldShame something Lois regretted]] and would have apologized for had Joyce simply brought it up, but instead turns Lois into a hometown pariah, easily eclipsing the magnitude of the prank's aftermath and [[HeWhoFightsMonsters making her no better than Lois was]] when she wouldn't accept Lois' apology. Plus, [[SinsOfOurFathers Chris was tormented at school for all of this]]. (Just let it sink in that this also could have just as easily been [[ButtMonkey Meg]].)
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