History IronicEcho / WesternAnimation

29th Apr '16 3:12:51 PM eroock
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* In the ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' episode "Bart's Girlfriend", [[PreachersKid the Lovejoys' daughter Jessica]] arrives in town from boarding school, and Bart is instantly smitten. Lisa reminds him that his chances with her are slim to none, saying [[PuritySue "She's a sweet, kind reverend's daughter,]] and [[AntiHero you're the devil's cabana boy."]] Bart begrudgingly adopts a "good boy" persona to get into the Lovejoys' good graces, which doesn't take. Neither does it matter, because Jessica proves to be a troublemaker on par with himself. They go on a petty crime spree, wherein Bart realizes that [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jessica]] actually ''outclasses'' him in terms of amorality. When he tries to break off their relationship next week in church, Jessica retaliates by dumping the contents of the collection plate into her purse and pinning the theft on him, which leads the entire town to ostracize him. Bart later confronts Jessica about her betrayal and vows to let the town know who the real culprit is. She replies, echoing Lisa's earlier sentiment, "Who would believe you? Remember, [[VillainWithGoodPublicity I'm the sweet, perfect minister's daughter,]] and you're just [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation yellow]] trash."

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* In the ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons]]'' Simpsons]]'':
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episode "Bart's Girlfriend", [[PreachersKid the Lovejoys' daughter Jessica]] arrives in town from boarding school, and Bart is instantly smitten. Lisa reminds him that his chances with her are slim to none, saying [[PuritySue "She's a sweet, kind reverend's daughter,]] and [[AntiHero you're the devil's cabana boy."]] Bart begrudgingly adopts a "good boy" persona to get into the Lovejoys' good graces, which doesn't take. Neither does it matter, because Jessica proves to be a troublemaker on par with himself. They go on a petty crime spree, wherein Bart realizes that [[BitchInSheepsClothing Jessica]] actually ''outclasses'' him in terms of amorality. When he tries to break off their relationship next week in church, Jessica retaliates by dumping the contents of the collection plate into her purse and pinning the theft on him, which leads the entire town to ostracize him. Bart later confronts Jessica about her betrayal and vows to let the town know who the real culprit is. She replies, echoing Lisa's earlier sentiment, "Who would believe you? Remember, [[VillainWithGoodPublicity I'm the sweet, perfect minister's daughter,]] and you're just [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation yellow]] trash.""
** In "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS19E9EternalMoonshineOfTheSimpsonMind Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind]]", Homer's line "The mother of my children with the reason for my children" changes its meaning in a funny way. First time around the "reason" is alcohol, but when he repeats the line later he refers to Marge's caring nature as the reason.
18th Feb '16 7:57:29 AM RighteousFury
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:: Later, after moblins are sent after the duo in the underworld...

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18th Feb '16 7:55:16 AM RighteousFury
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13th Feb '16 4:21:56 PM Baby_Moondancer
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* ''WesternAnimation/CareBears1980s'': In "The Great Race", the Care Bears and their cousins are holding a race where the winner will become Care-a-Lot's King for a day. Six names are to be randomly drawn from a pot and Beastly cheats his way into becoming the race's fifth entrant. When the obvious protests come, Beastly recites the race rules to validate his status as a competitor on the grounds that his name was drawn and states that rules are rules. After begrudgingly accepting that they must allow him to race, the sixth and last name is drawn and the last entrant turns out to be Swift Wind Rabbit. Beastly desperately tries to protest and demand a new drawing but Brave Heart Lion reminds him that rules are rules.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CareBears1980s'': In "The Great Race", the Care Bears and their cousins are holding a race where the winner will become Care-a-Lot's King for a day. Six names are to be randomly drawn from a pot and Beastly cheats his way into becoming the race's fifth entrant. When the obvious protests come, Beastly recites the race rules to validate his status as a competitor on the grounds that his name was drawn and states that rules are rules. After begrudgingly accepting that they must allow him to race, the sixth and last name is drawn and the last entrant turns out to be Swift Wind Heart Rabbit. Beastly desperately tries to protest and demand a new drawing but Brave Heart Lion reminds him that rules are rules.
10th Jan '16 1:38:39 PM Cailleach
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** One five seasons in the making: In the [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E1MareInTheMoon very first episode of the series,]] Twilight is irritated about all the "annoying" ponies trying to make friends with her
--> '''Twilight''': I just need to be alone so I can study without a bunch of crazy ponies trying to make friends.
** Then, in the season five episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E12AmendingFences Amending Fences,]] Twilight is trying to repair her friendship with [[ShadowArchetype Moondancer]], whom she [[InnocentlyInsensitive accidentally put off friendship]] back in that first episode
--> '''Moondancer''': I just need to be alone so I can study without some crazy pony trying to make friends.
21st Dec '15 7:09:41 AM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/CareBears1980s'': In "The Great Race", the Care Bears and their cousins are holding a race where the winner will become Care-a-Lot's King for a day. Six names are to be randomly drawn from a pot and Beastly cheats his way into becoming the race's fifth entrant. When the obvious protests come, Beastly recites the race rules to validate his status as a competitor on the grounds that his name was drawn and states that rules are rules. After begrudgingly accepting that they must allow him to race, the sixth and last name is drawn and the last entrant turns out to be Swift Wind Rabbit. Beastly desperately tries to protest and demand a new drawing but Brave Heart Lion reminds him that rules are rules.
18th Sep '15 4:01:15 PM nombretomado
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** In the ''Unlimited'' episode "Alive!", Tala tries to worm her way back into Lex's good graces after a failed mutiny by saying that she's a "sick person", implying that she just couldn't help herself. When Lex uses her as a living magical battery in a device that will resurrect Brainiac at the cost of her life and Tala realizes that Lex planned on using her for this even before she betrayed him, he gloats "What can I say? I'm a sick person too." [[spoiler:Tala gets a posthumous last laugh by resurrecting {{Darkseid}} instead of Brainiac.]]

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** In the ''Unlimited'' episode "Alive!", Tala tries to worm her way back into Lex's good graces after a failed mutiny by saying that she's a "sick person", implying that she just couldn't help herself. When Lex uses her as a living magical battery in a device that will resurrect Brainiac at the cost of her life and Tala realizes that Lex planned on using her for this even before she betrayed him, he gloats "What can I say? I'm a sick person too." [[spoiler:Tala gets a posthumous last laugh by resurrecting {{Darkseid}} {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} instead of Brainiac.]]
9th Sep '15 11:55:11 AM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider-Man The Animated Series}}'': The ''Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}'' story gives us a three-fer. In {{Flashback}} we see Kingpin going to prison for his father's crimes, with his father saying "Sacrifices must be made". Later in the flashback Kingpin says the same thing when disposing of his father, as the last link to his old identity. And at the end, he says it ''again'' when he lets his own son take the rap for his crimes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Spider-Man The Animated Series}}'': ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'': The ''Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}'' story gives us a three-fer. In {{Flashback}} we see Kingpin going to prison for his father's crimes, with his father saying "Sacrifices must be made". Later in the flashback Kingpin says the same thing when disposing of his father, as the last link to his old identity. And at the end, he says it ''again'' when he lets his own son take the rap for his crimes.
31st Aug '15 5:29:20 PM Prfnoff
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* In ''AngelsFriends'' - In episode 2, Raf and Sulfus see Andrew's friend Jacob getting picked on by three bullies:
-->'''Raf:''' ''What do you mean; three against one?! That's not fair!''
--> '''Sulfus:''' ''Let me think about it...you could slap a fine on them! ''

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* In ''AngelsFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/AngelsFriends'' - In episode 2, Raf and Sulfus see Andrew's friend Jacob getting picked on by three bullies:
-->'''Raf:''' ''What What do you mean; three against one?! That's not fair!''
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-->'''Sulfus:''' ''Three against one? It's not fair!''
-->'''Raf:''' ''Slap a fine on me!''

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24th Jun '15 2:50:05 PM Teenlyokofan7777
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* In ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' episode "Straight to the Heart", Yumi tries to clear up her relationship with Ulrich by claiming they're [[JustFriends "Friends, that's all."]] The sentence comes back bitterly several times in the episode, and (with some variations) throughout Seasons 3 and 4.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' episode "Straight to the Heart", Yumi tries to clear up her relationship with Ulrich by claiming they're [[JustFriends "Friends, that's all."]] The sentence comes back bitterly several times in the episode, and (with some variations) throughout Seasons 3 and 4.
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