History EvenEvilHasStandards / WesternAnimation

31st Jan '16 4:33:07 PM SarcasmKid
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*** Though in a further subversion, Shego only participated in the scheme ''after'' the wheelchair was stolen, and expressed disgust that Drakken and Motor Ed went through with it.
28th Jan '16 10:10:05 AM Vox
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** Call it Early-Installment Weirdness or Flanderization or whatever, but in "The Telltale Head", Burns actually cries at the sight of the headless statue of Jebediah Springfield and joins the angry mob in retaliation.
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** Call it Early-Installment Weirdness or Flanderization or whatever, but in "The Telltale Head", Burns actually cries at the sight of the headless statue of Jebediah Springfield and joins the angry mob in retaliation. (Then again, he does consider himself a patriot.)
20th Jan '16 2:41:14 PM gophergiggles
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** At least one of Thorne's [[{{Mooks}} thugs]] has standards too. As a pair of thugs are carrying Robin to throw him to his death off a bridge, one remarks that he used to fish there as a kid but can't now because there's too much trash (emphasizing this as they throw Robin). At first it seems like a witty insult, but after the deed's done the guy ''continues'' to complain about the garbage in the river and litterbugs in general, remarking that they're disgusting.

** In "The Cape and Cowl Conspiracy", Josiah Wormwood reveals a woman ChainedToARailway with a train approaching and tells Batman to surrender. Batman gets to the woman in time, but she turns out to be a hologram. Woodword asks if Batman thought he really do it.
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** In "The Cape and Cowl Conspiracy", Josiah Wormwood reveals a woman ChainedToARailway with a train approaching and tells Batman to surrender. Batman gets to the woman in time, but she turns out to be a hologram. Woodword asks if Batman thought he would really do it.
3rd Jan '16 4:44:30 AM res20stupid
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** Mrs Bitters is willing to tell her students terrible, horrific facts about the world they live in but refuses to tell the kids [[YouDontWantToKnow why Valentine's Day is celebrated by giving people meat products]] for this reason.
27th Dec '15 8:16:19 PM Vir
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** In the ''Ned-liest Catch'', despite having their fair share of troubles with delinquents, especially Bart, the school system, including Skinner and Chalmers, were appalled at Edna for slapping him. Skinner explains that hell put up with her mild alcoholism, leaving melted cheese in the microwave, even selling As for cigarettes, but he's disgusted by the use of corporal punishment. In a similar vein, he suspends Otto from his job after he spanks Bart. Homer (unsurprisingly) was the only one to support Ednas choice, considering the fact he chokes Bart as his form of punishment. Ironically, in "Two Bad Neighbors", Homer gets upset when George Bush, Sr. does the same thing, even after learning the Bart destroyed his memoirs since he feels his rights was violated.
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** In the ''Ned-liest Catch'', "The Ned-liest Catch", despite having their fair share of troubles with delinquents, especially Bart, the school system, including Skinner and Chalmers, were appalled at Edna for slapping him. Skinner explains that hell he'll put up with her mild alcoholism, leaving melted cheese in the microwave, even selling As A's for cigarettes, but he's disgusted by the use of corporal punishment. In a similar vein, he suspends Otto from his job after he spanks Bart. Homer (unsurprisingly) was the only one to support Ednas Edna's choice, considering the fact he chokes Bart as his form of punishment. Ironically, in "Two Bad Neighbors", Homer gets upset when George Bush, Sr. does the same thing, even after learning the that Bart destroyed his memoirs since he feels his rights was were violated.
27th Dec '15 8:12:36 PM Vir
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** Bart, via a LawyerFriendlyCameo in the''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode ''Cartoon Wars'', was disturbed by Eric Cartman, and turned against him at Kyle's urging.
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** Bart, via a LawyerFriendlyCameo in the''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode ''Cartoon Wars'', "Cartoon Wars", was disturbed by Eric Cartman, and turned against him at Kyle's urging.
22nd Nov '15 4:59:15 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** There's also Zanzibar, the self-titled Dreadnok Pirate. His profile claims he dabbled in river piracy, stock fraud and smuggling before being taken in by the villains, failing at them because they were "too much like real work". Regardless, his selfishness, knack for stealing from comrades, and awful hygiene make even his teammates hate him. And they suspect that his eyepatch is simply for show. (Zartan only keeps him on retainer to keep an eye on him.)
14th Nov '15 3:09:45 PM smalltime
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** Cartman's reaction to 22-year-old Skyler dating Stan's underage sister: "Dude, that's not cool."
13th Nov '15 8:08:41 PM rockmanx
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** [[AlphaBitch Pacifica Northwest]] belittles everyone, humiliates them, and is best at everything, but in "The Golf War", she expects a fair game, and was angered that the Pines twins tried to cheat. This is tested further in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", where Pacifica discovers her family are a bunch of lying, cheating, sociopathic [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying backstabbers]]. Needless to say, she is 'horrified'' by this. Spoiled she may be, but Pacifica is not ''that'' cruel.
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** [[AlphaBitch Pacifica Northwest]] belittles everyone, humiliates them, and is best at everything, but in "The Golf War", she expects a fair game, and was angered that the Pines twins tried to cheat. This is tested further in "Northwest Mansion Mystery", where Pacifica discovers her family are a bunch of lying, cheating, sociopathic [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying backstabbers]]. Needless to say, she is 'horrified'' ''horrified'' by this. Spoiled she may be, but Pacifica is not ''that'' cruel.
13th Nov '15 8:01:03 PM rockmanx
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** Randall Weemes was a snitch who rats on his fellow students for Mrs. Finster, sometimes even doing something elaborate so he'd have an excuse to snitch (such as when he framed the entire school with a food fight that he instigated). However, the one group he isn't willing to snitch on are higher authority figures such as King Bob, which made him tell off the Ashleys brothers when they did actually manage to do so after recruiting them. This is also implied in the movie, when, after one of Phillium Benedict's followers tried to pin the blame on Benedict for everything to get out of punishment, and stating that he himself was only following orders and desperately bargaining that he'll "offer evidence for the state trial", Randall remarks in disgust [[HypocriticalHumor "Jeez, what a squealer."]] ** While certainly not evil, Hustler Kid makes all sorts of shady deals and is general unsympathetic unless paid to be. In the episode "Hustler's Apprentice", however, he makes it clear that he will not sell forged hall passes or anything else that could land someone in serious trouble.
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** Randall Weemes was a snitch who rats on his fellow students for Mrs. Finster, sometimes even doing something elaborate so he'd have an excuse to snitch (such as when he framed the entire school with a food fight that he instigated). However, the one group he isn't willing to snitch on are higher authority figures such as King Bob, which made him tell off the Ashleys Ashleys' brothers when they did actually manage to do so after recruiting them. This is also implied in the movie, when, after one of Phillium Benedict's followers tried to pin the blame on Benedict for everything to get out of punishment, and stating that he himself was only following orders and desperately bargaining that he'll "offer evidence for the state trial", Randall remarks in disgust [[HypocriticalHumor "Jeez, what a squealer."]] ** While certainly not evil, Hustler Kid makes all sorts of shady deals and is general generally unsympathetic unless paid to be. In the episode "Hustler's Apprentice", however, he makes it clear that he will not sell forged hall passes or anything else that could land someone in serious trouble.
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