History HumiliationConga / WesternAnimation

28th Sep '17 4:30:37 AM TommyTiger
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* There's an infamous ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode called "Arthur's Big Hit" that is pretty much this. Arthur hits D.W. in a fit of rage after she carelessly breaks his model airplane. The aftermath? Arthur ends up grounded for a week and all his friends get mad at him for hitting his sister even when he tries to explain himself, and his parents never found out about the toy plane D.W. destroyed and instead cuddles to her because she's injured. The episode makes this as the worst offense anyone can do to a younger sibling while ignoring the fact that he would have never done it if D.W. had listened to Arthur in the first place. And to add insult to injury, she just got snotty and said the plane was a fragile piece of crap anyways. BrokenAesop indeed.
* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': [[spoiler:It wasn't enough for [[BigBad Fire Lord Ozai]] to be defeated. He could have died with honor. That would have been ''too'' easy. Instead, the most powerful firebender in the world was brought to justice by a twelve/thirteen year-old ''[[KidHero boy]]''. If that wasn't already enough, his ''firebending'' was taken away from him ''forever'' (which more than one fan has referred to as "Spiritual Castration"). In addition to that, he was openly mocked at while lying limp on the ground from exhaustion by a bunch of kids who blatantly laughed at the fall of everything he had established as a ruler. He tries to retort, only to comically collapse face first, butt in the air, drooling on the floor. Oh, but then -- ! To cap it all off, he is imprisoned in the same prison cell used to contain his brother, and greeted by the new Fire Lord, the very son he banished from the nation, in a total role reversal. What words does he receive? "You should count yourself lucky the [[MessianicArchetype Avatar]] spared your life."]] ''Ouch''. That conga line was trucking so fast, one wonders why it didn't result into a train wreck.

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* There's an infamous The ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode called "Arthur's Big Hit" that tries to teach AnAesop about using plysical violence towards someone is pretty much wrong, but accidentally [[BrokenAesop breaks it]] and winds up being this. Arthur hits D.W. in a fit of rage after she carelessly breaks his model airplane. The aftermath? While it was bad, not only does Arthur ends up grounded for a week and afterwards, but all his friends get mad at him for hitting his sister even when he tries to explain himself, and his parents never found out about the toy plane D.W. destroyed and instead cuddles to feel bad for her because she's injured. The episode makes this as the worst offense anyone can do to a younger sibling while ignoring the fact that he would have never done it if D.W. had listened to Arthur in the first place. And to add insult to injury, she just got snotty and said the plane was a fragile piece of crap anyways. BrokenAesop indeed.
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* The GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': [[spoiler:It wasn't enough for [[BigBad Fire Lord Ozai]] to be defeated. He could have died with honor. That would have been ''too'' easy. Instead, the most powerful firebender in the world was brought to justice by a twelve/thirteen year-old ''[[KidHero boy]]''. If that wasn't already enough, his ''firebending'' was taken away from him ''forever'' (which more than one fan has referred to as "Spiritual Castration"). In addition to that, he was openly mocked at while lying limp on the ground from exhaustion by a bunch of kids who blatantly laughed at the fall of everything he had established as a ruler. He tries to retort, only to comically collapse face first, butt in the air, drooling on the floor. Oh, but then -- ! To cap it all off, he is imprisoned in the same prison cell used to contain his brother, and greeted by the new Fire Lord, the very son he banished from the nation, in a total role reversal. What words does he receive? "You should count yourself lucky the [[MessianicArchetype Avatar]] spared your life."]] ''Ouch''. That conga line was trucking so fast, one wonders why it didn't result into a train wreck.
25th Sep '17 1:49:47 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'' episode "Stunt Double or Nothing" had Donald and Daisy's egotistical boss Kent Powers attempt to cheat to win a bet he made with them. After they find out that he had been cheating, they get back at him by tricking him into wearing a clown suit and doing degrading things while being filmed live.
10th Sep '17 10:03:17 AM nombretomado
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*** In ''Disney/MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" sign smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.

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*** In ''Disney/MovingDay'', MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} had fallen behind on their rent and Pete, a sheriff in this cartoon, vows to sell their furniture as punishment. They vow to defy him by moving out immediately with the furniture. But he catches them in the act, and it looks like this is it for our pals. Too bad Pete did not notice that they had accidentally created a gas leak in their haste, until after he lights a stogie in seeming triumph. The gas explosion thus following reduces the house to rubble, but it launches our pals and their belonging into Goofy's truck. As for Pete, he lays there in the middle of the smoldering remains of the house, with a "For Sale" sign smashed over his head. He comes to and [[VillainousBreakdown screams at the escaping trio to stop right there]], but as he flails around, he bumps his hand into a handle of a shower, sending a stream of hot water flowing down on his head. This reduces Donald, at least, to fits of laughter at Pete's expense.
30th Aug '17 2:10:35 PM Shadoboy
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** In the episode "Blood Under the Skin" Finn searches for mystical Armour to prove he is badass to a asshole knight, he ends up going through the "Swamp of Embarrassment" having to run past people showering while calling him a pervert, and have to calm down a crying beast which rocks him like a baby, and finally finds the armour which is "Lady Armour" after every single incident the Knight appears out of nowhere to taunt him telling him what a loser he is.

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** In the episode "Blood Under the Skin" Finn searches for mystical Armour to prove he is badass to a asshole knight, he ends up going through the "Swamp of Embarrassment" having to run past people showering while calling him a pervert, and have to calm down a crying beast which rocks him like a baby, and finally finds the armour which is "Lady Armour" after every single incident the Knight appears out of nowhere to taunt him telling him what a loser he is. At the end of the episode, however, Finn tells him off about how he doesn't spend all day chasing a kid around. When he tries to get off his horse to fight with Finn, turns out the armor he's been showing off is too heavy to walk around so he falls to the ground. And when he tries to stand up using a nearby branch, he gets a splinter in his finger. To add insult to injury, Finn throws the thimble he made fun of at the begining of the episode to his face. "Maybe you can use this!"
19th Jul '17 10:59:37 PM TomServo3000
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** Bart subjects his father to this a lot in "I Am Furious Yellow", as a source material for his 'Angry Dad' webshow. This prompts Homer to be "Mellow Yellow" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDMzrvhr3a4 with a rather amusing outcome following Bart's trap]].
18th Jul '17 7:58:29 AM TomServo3000
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''; Jack encounters "Da Samurai", a bully who uses his status for fame and fortune. Da Samurai tries to goad Jack into a fight, which he agrees to... but with bamboo sticks, since Jack doesn't consider Da Samurai a legit fighter. What follows is four minutes of the cocky {{Jerkass}} getting taken to the cleaners without Jack even trying, losing his glasses, clothes, and fake HeroicBuild in short order. Fortunately for Da Samurai, he learns from the experience and tries to become a better samurai once Jack leaves.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''; ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': Jack encounters "Da Samurai", a bully who uses his status for fame and fortune. Da Samurai tries to goad Jack into a fight, which he agrees to... but with bamboo sticks, since Jack doesn't consider Da Samurai a legit fighter. What follows is four minutes of the cocky {{Jerkass}} getting taken to the cleaners without Jack even trying, losing his glasses, clothes, and fake HeroicBuild in short order. Fortunately for Da Samurai, he learns from the experience and tries to become a better samurai once Jack leaves.


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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'': Mr Krabs gets one at the end of "Krabby Land".
11th Jul '17 8:26:53 PM TomServo3000
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** Cartman's most hilarious punishment arguably came in the episode "Awesome-O." Eric disguises himself as a robot (complete with a stereotypical "robot voice") and has himself mailed to Butters's house as an early birthday present for Butters - just so he can spy on Butters and learn embarrassing secrets about the boy that he can tell everyone at school. But the plot backfires ''spectacularly'': not only does Butters treat him as his personal slave, but he also nearly dies of heatstroke and starvation in a plane, is forced to give 2000 movie ideas to Hollywood with Butters keeping all the money (and with being paid $100 per idea Butters made $200,000), and eventually gets captured by a government agency who try to ''drill him open to find out what's in his electronic brain'' after being mistaken for a real robot. And as if all that weren't humiliating enough, he finally accidentally farts in Butters's presence and exposes himself as a human being - and Butters punishes him for his trickery by showing all the kids in the neighborhood a videotape he secretly made of Cartman dressed as Music/BritneySpears and dancing around and singing to a cardboard cut-out of Justin Timberlake ("Oh, Justin, touch my body!"). The episode ends with all the kids AND everyone from the government agency laughing hysterically and Cartman sulking among them with a "Curses! Foiled again!" expression on his face.

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** Cartman's most hilarious punishment arguably came in the episode "Awesome-O." Eric disguises himself as a robot (complete with a stereotypical "robot voice") and has himself mailed to Butters's house as an early birthday present for Butters - just so he can spy on Butters and learn embarrassing secrets about the boy that he can tell everyone at school. But the plot backfires ''spectacularly'': not only does Butters treat him as his personal slave, but he also nearly dies of heatstroke and starvation in a plane, is forced to give 2000 movie ideas to Hollywood with Butters keeping all the money (and with being paid $100 per idea Butters made $200,000), and is eventually gets captured by a government agency who try to ''drill him open to find out what's in his electronic brain'' after being mistaken for a real robot. And as if all that weren't humiliating enough, he finally accidentally farts in Butters's presence and exposes himself as a human being - and Butters punishes him for his trickery by showing all the kids in the neighborhood a videotape he secretly made of Cartman dressed as Music/BritneySpears and dancing around and singing to a cardboard cut-out of Justin Timberlake ("Oh, Justin, touch my body!"). The episode ends with all the kids AND everyone from the government agency laughing hysterically and Cartman sulking among them with a "Curses! Foiled again!" expression on his face.
11th Jul '17 8:21:57 PM TomServo3000
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** Cartman's most hilarious punishment arguably came in the episode "Awesome-O." Eric disguises himself as a robot (complete with a stereotypical "robot voice") and has himself mailed to Butters's house as an early birthday present for Butters - just so he can spy on Butters and learn embarrassing secrets about the boy that he can tell everyone at school. But the plot backfires ''spectacularly'': not only does Butters treat him as his personal slave, but he also nearly dies of heatstroke and starvation in a plane, is forced to give 2000 movie ideas to Hollywood with Butters keeping all the money (and with being paid $100 per idea Butters made $200,000), and is eventually captured by a government agency who try to ''drill him open to find out what's in his electronic brain'' after being mistaken for a real robot. And as if all that weren't humiliating enough, he finally accidentally farts in Butters's presence and exposes himself as a human being - and Butters punishes him for his trickery by showing all the kids in the neighborhood a videotape he secretly made of Cartman dressed as Music/BritneySpears and dancing around and singing to a cardboard cut-out of Justin Timberlake ("Oh, Justin, touch my body!"). The episode ends with all the kids AND everyone from the government agency laughing hysterically and Cartman sulking among them with a "Curses! Foiled again!" expression on his face.

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** Cartman's most hilarious punishment arguably came in the episode "Awesome-O." Eric disguises himself as a robot (complete with a stereotypical "robot voice") and has himself mailed to Butters's house as an early birthday present for Butters - just so he can spy on Butters and learn embarrassing secrets about the boy that he can tell everyone at school. But the plot backfires ''spectacularly'': not only does Butters treat him as his personal slave, but he also nearly dies of heatstroke and starvation in a plane, is forced to give 2000 movie ideas to Hollywood with Butters keeping all the money (and with being paid $100 per idea Butters made $200,000), and is eventually gets captured by a government agency who try to ''drill him open to find out what's in his electronic brain'' after being mistaken for a real robot. And as if all that weren't humiliating enough, he finally accidentally farts in Butters's presence and exposes himself as a human being - and Butters punishes him for his trickery by showing all the kids in the neighborhood a videotape he secretly made of Cartman dressed as Music/BritneySpears and dancing around and singing to a cardboard cut-out of Justin Timberlake ("Oh, Justin, touch my body!"). The episode ends with all the kids AND everyone from the government agency laughing hysterically and Cartman sulking among them with a "Curses! Foiled again!" expression on his face.
11th Jul '17 6:49:50 PM TomServo3000
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** Cartman's most hilarious punishment arguably came in the episode "Awesome-O." Eric disguises himself as a robot (complete with a stereotypical "robot voice") and has himself mailed to Butters's house as an early birthday present for Butters - just so he can spy on Butters and learn embarrassing secrets about the boy that he can tell everyone at school. But the plot backfires ''spectacularly'': not only can Cartman not eat or attend to personal hygiene while wearing the robot disguise, and not only does Butters treat him as his personal slave, but he's mistaken for a ''real'' robot and eventually captured by a government agency who try to ''drill him open to find out what's in his electronic brain''. And as if all that weren't humiliating enough, he finally accidentally farts in Butters's presence and exposes himself as a human being - and Butters punishes him for his trickery by showing all the kids in the neighborhood a videotape he secretly made of Cartman dressed as Music/BritneySpears and dancing around and singing to a cardboard cut-out of Justin Timberlake ("Oh, Justin, touch my body!"). The episode ends with all the kids AND everyone from the government agency laughing hysterically and Cartman sulking among them with a "Curses! Foiled again!" expression on his face.

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** Cartman's most hilarious punishment arguably came in the episode "Awesome-O." Eric disguises himself as a robot (complete with a stereotypical "robot voice") and has himself mailed to Butters's house as an early birthday present for Butters - just so he can spy on Butters and learn embarrassing secrets about the boy that he can tell everyone at school. But the plot backfires ''spectacularly'': not only can Cartman not eat or attend to personal hygiene while wearing the robot disguise, and not only does Butters treat him as his personal slave, but he's mistaken for a ''real'' robot he also nearly dies of heatstroke and starvation in a plane, is forced to give 2000 movie ideas to Hollywood with Butters keeping all the money (and with being paid $100 per idea Butters made $200,000), and is eventually captured by a government agency who try to ''drill him open to find out what's in his electronic brain''.brain'' after being mistaken for a real robot. And as if all that weren't humiliating enough, he finally accidentally farts in Butters's presence and exposes himself as a human being - and Butters punishes him for his trickery by showing all the kids in the neighborhood a videotape he secretly made of Cartman dressed as Music/BritneySpears and dancing around and singing to a cardboard cut-out of Justin Timberlake ("Oh, Justin, touch my body!"). The episode ends with all the kids AND everyone from the government agency laughing hysterically and Cartman sulking among them with a "Curses! Foiled again!" expression on his face.
10th Jul '17 10:01:01 AM TomServo3000
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''; Jack encounters "Da Samurai", a bully who uses his status for fame and fortune. Da Samurai tries to goad Jack into a fight, which he agrees to... but with bamboo sticks, since Jack doesn't consider Da Samurai a legit fighter. What follows is four minutes of the cocky {{Jerkass}} getting taken to the cleaners without Jack even trying, losing his glasses, clothes, and fake HeroicBuild in short order. Fortunately for Da Samurai, he learns from the experience and tries to become a better samurai once Jack leaves

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''; Jack encounters "Da Samurai", a bully who uses his status for fame and fortune. Da Samurai tries to goad Jack into a fight, which he agrees to... but with bamboo sticks, since Jack doesn't consider Da Samurai a legit fighter. What follows is four minutes of the cocky {{Jerkass}} getting taken to the cleaners without Jack even trying, losing his glasses, clothes, and fake HeroicBuild in short order. Fortunately for Da Samurai, he learns from the experience and tries to become a better samurai once Jack leavesleaves.
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