History HumiliationConga / WesternAnimation

20th Apr '17 6:51:25 PM TomServo3000
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** Cartman is treated to yet ''another'' spectacular conga in the fifth season episode "Cartmanland". Eric inherits one million dollars (undeservedly) and uses the money buy a failing amusement park, fulfilling his life's dream of having a park all to himself. In true Cartman fashion, he immediately begins running television ads [[SmugSnake proclaiming that no one is allowed to enter his park--especially Stan and Kyle]]. Cartman quickly realizes that he can't run the park by himself; however, since he already used all his money to buy the park, he can't afford to pay employees. Reluctantly, he decides to open the park's gates to a limited number of guests, reasoning that a few people won't be a problem in such a big park. However, the guests quickly ruin his fun by forming lines in front of the attractions (one of the very things he sought to ''avoid'' in the first place). Park expenses continue to pile up, forcing Cartman to admit more and more people every day. "Cartmanland" quickly becomes a huge success ([[GoneHorriblyRight due largely to the ad campaign]]), and soon the park is full of jostling, screaming children (including Kenny, who [[RunningGag dies]] on a roller coaster). Disgusted, Cartman sells the property back to its previous owner for his original million dollars. Immediately thereafter, his money is seized by the IRS to cover the unpaid taxes on the park, and to compensate Kenny's parents for a lawsuit on their son's death. Cartman loses his million dollars, and is left $13,000 debt besides. In desperation, he tries to buy back the property, but the owner refuses -- remarking that only an idiot would sell the park now that it's so wildly popular. Stan and Kyle arrive at the park in time to see a miserable Cartman throwing rocks at the park gates -- and getting maced in the face by the security guard who used to work for him.

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** Cartman is treated to yet ''another'' spectacular conga in the fifth season episode "Cartmanland". Eric inherits one million dollars (undeservedly) and uses the money buy a failing amusement park, fulfilling his life's dream of having a park all to himself. In true Cartman fashion, he immediately begins running television ads [[SmugSnake proclaiming that no one is allowed to enter his park--especially Stan and Kyle]]. Cartman quickly realizes that he can't run the park by himself; however, since he already used all his money to buy the park, he can't afford to pay employees. Reluctantly, he decides to open the park's gates to a limited number of guests, reasoning that a few people won't be a problem in such a big park. However, the guests quickly ruin his fun by forming lines in front of the attractions (one of the very things he sought to ''avoid'' in the first place). Park expenses continue to pile up, forcing Cartman to admit more and more people every day. "Cartmanland" quickly becomes a huge success ([[GoneHorriblyRight due largely to the ad campaign]]), and soon the park is full of jostling, screaming children (including Kenny, who [[RunningGag [[TheyKilledKennyAgain dies]] on a roller coaster). Disgusted, Cartman sells the property back to its previous owner for his original million dollars. Immediately thereafter, his money is seized by the IRS to cover the unpaid taxes on the park, and to compensate Kenny's parents for a lawsuit on their son's death. Cartman loses his million dollars, and is left $13,000 debt besides. In desperation, he tries to buy back the property, but the owner refuses -- remarking that only an idiot would sell the park now that it's so wildly popular. Stan and Kyle arrive at the park in time to see a miserable Cartman throwing rocks at the park gates -- and getting maced in the face by the security guard who used to work for him.
6th Apr '17 9:45:18 PM nombretomado
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*** This is pretty much the basis of another Mickey short, ''The Worm Turns'', in which Mickey creates a courage building formula designed [[TheHunterBecomesTheHunted to turn the food chain on its head]]. Mickey uses this on a fly, turning it against a spider. He then uses it on an actual mouse (!), turning it against a cat. Said cat, after escaping the mouse, runs afoul of [[PlutoThePup Pluto]], and Mickey uses the formula on the cat, turning it on Pluto. After escaping from the cat, Pluto runs into a murderous dog catcher, played by Pete, who tries to kill Pluto on the spot with a shotgun after the dog resists him. Luckily, Mickey is there to douse his pet with the courage builder, and Pluto takes the opportunity to give Pete what for. And boy, does he ever!

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*** This is pretty much the basis of another Mickey short, ''The Worm Turns'', in which Mickey creates a courage building formula designed [[TheHunterBecomesTheHunted to turn the food chain on its head]]. Mickey uses this on a fly, turning it against a spider. He then uses it on an actual mouse (!), turning it against a cat. Said cat, after escaping the mouse, runs afoul of [[PlutoThePup [[WesternAnimation/PlutoThePup Pluto]], and Mickey uses the formula on the cat, turning it on Pluto. After escaping from the cat, Pluto runs into a murderous dog catcher, played by Pete, who tries to kill Pluto on the spot with a shotgun after the dog resists him. Luckily, Mickey is there to douse his pet with the courage builder, and Pluto takes the opportunity to give Pete what for. And boy, does he ever!
20th Mar '17 5:32:39 PM iowaforever
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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
9th Mar '17 1:17:53 PM Shadowgazer
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** A much less obvious example would be Mandy herself. Not only did she get dragged into the same misadventures as the rest of the group, but she was tortured with horrible nightmares for hours, got kissed by Irwin against her will, had to face her worst fears and ran away screaming, then got beaten up bears and as if all this was not bad enough it turns out [[spoiler: that she did not even win this time and didn't get to own Horror's Hand.]]
5th Mar '17 9:25:17 AM Shadowgazer
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** [[BigBad Jafar]] does this to Disney/{{Aladdin}} in the CutSong "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9vXZncjGvk Humiliate the Boy]]".

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** In an inversion that never came to be [[BigBad Jafar]] does would do this to Disney/{{Aladdin}} in the CutSong "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9vXZncjGvk Humiliate the Boy]]".



* The entire ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' episode "Duck Amok" is this to Daffy Duck. He spends the whole episode being screwed with and [[ButtMonkey put through hell]] by a mysterious, sadistic cartoonist, later revealed to be [[spoiler:Bugs Bunny]].

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* The entire ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' episode "Duck Amok" Amuck" is this to Daffy Duck. He spends the whole episode being screwed with and [[ButtMonkey put through hell]] by a mysterious, sadistic cartoonist, later revealed to be [[spoiler:Bugs Bunny]].Bunny]].
** This frequently happens to [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Wile E. Coyote]] in [[RoadRunnerVsCoyote the Road-Runner cartoons]]. Everything in his traps that can go wrong and quite a few things that could not have gone wrong, still go wrong.



%%* This frequently happens to [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Wile E. Coyote]] in [[RoadRunnerVsCoyote the Road-Runner cartoons]].
23rd Jan '17 5:41:40 PM LaptopGuy
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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 worse 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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* 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 worse 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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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheBerenstainBears'', Mama and Papa take Brother and Sister over to Grandma and Grandpa's house to spend the weekend while they go on a honeymoon anniversary trip. The kids expect to be bored while their parents have all the fun, but quite the opposite happened: Mama and Papa's tennis game was ruined by a sleeping dog that was woken up, while canoeing Papa was stung by a bee and accidentally knocked their picnic lunch basket into the river, their gourmet dinner at a seafood restaurant turned out to only serve tiny steaks, and the evening dance had a hard rock band playing.
27th Dec '16 12:31:19 PM TomServo3000
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', there's Eric Cartman and [[CrowningMomentofAwesome Scott Tenorman]].
-->'''Cartman''': Ha ha ha ha ha ha, [[spoiler:I made you eat your parents!]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', there's Eric Cartman and [[CrowningMomentofAwesome Scott Tenorman]].
-->'''Cartman''': Ha ha ha ha ha ha, [[spoiler:I made you eat your parents!]]
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8th Nov '16 9:20:51 AM dlchen145
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* More or less the entirety of Po and Tai Lung's battle at the climax of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' is a Humiliation Conga for Tai Lung, who initially dismisses the roly-poly Po as a complete joke...and then the BigBad {{Badass}} spends the next few moments being sat on, hit in the face with woks, having his devastating nerve attack fail utterly and even suffering the indignity of ''[[AttackTheTail biting his own tail]]'' before his defeat. Given Tai Lung's main flaw being his [[ArrogantKungFuGuy unbridled arrogance]], this doubles as a BreakTheHaughty for Tai Lung, although [[MisaimedFandom some fans]] thought he was humiliated a little ''[[IneffectualSympatheticVillain too]]'' effectively. Others view this as Po's CrowningMomentOfAwesome, effortlessly crushing Tai Lung's image as an [[TheJuggernaut unstoppable killing machine]].

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* More or less the entirety of Po and Tai Lung's battle at the climax of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' is a Humiliation Conga for Tai Lung, who initially dismisses the roly-poly Po as a complete joke...and then the BigBad {{Badass}} badass spends the next few moments being sat on, hit in the face with woks, having his devastating nerve attack fail utterly and even suffering the indignity of ''[[AttackTheTail biting his own tail]]'' before his defeat. Given Tai Lung's main flaw being his [[ArrogantKungFuGuy unbridled arrogance]], this doubles as a BreakTheHaughty for Tai Lung, although [[MisaimedFandom some fans]] thought he was humiliated a little ''[[IneffectualSympatheticVillain too]]'' effectively. Others view this as Po's CrowningMomentOfAwesome, effortlessly crushing Tai Lung's image as an [[TheJuggernaut unstoppable killing machine]].
23rd Sep '16 10:33:38 PM nombretomado
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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 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 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 BritneySpears 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.
9th Sep '16 2:08:57 PM Vir
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* In the Dreamworks Film "WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians" Pitch Black not only discovers that the hero he [[DisneyDeath killed]] is revived and so powerful he gets his ass totally whooped, but also he gains his power from the fear of children, whom emboldened by The Guardians are not only not afraid of him, but even start pelting snowballs at him, then realizing he has no power left he becomes scared, which his own minions sense and HeelFaceTurn on him.



** In two-parter "Who Shot Mr. Burns?", Moe is interrogated by the police while hooked up to a lie detector. After they run out of questions, Moe says he has to go because he has a "hot date" that night. The machine says this is false, and Moe goes through a few progressively downgraded versions of his evening plans before arriving at the truth: he will spend the night at home leafing through the Sears Catalog.

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** In two-parter "Who Shot Mr. Burns?", Moe is interrogated by the police while hooked up to a lie detector. After they run out of questions, Moe says he has to go because he has a "hot date" that night. The machine says this is false, and Moe goes through a few progressively downgraded versions of his evening plans before arriving at the truth: he will spend the night at home leafing through the Sears Catalog.catalog.
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