History JerkassWoobie / WesternAnimation

20th Jun '17 10:45:52 AM Piterpicher
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%%* Dark Paw and his henchmen Slippery Paw and Bumble Paw from PawPawBears also qualify.

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%%* Dark Paw and his henchmen Slippery Paw and Bumble Paw from PawPawBears WesternAnimation/PawPawBears also qualify.
17th Jun '17 9:41:58 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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* ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': [[BewareOfViciousDog Sharky]]. There are episodes where he maims and attacks Eek but he gets abused more than any other character in the show. He was horribly abused in "Shark Therapy", forced into being nice in "A Sharkwork Orange" and bullied by mailmen in "The Gradueek". Most of his translated dialogue consists of sarcastic jabs at Eek or "Why me?" before he receives inevitable harm. Also, his soft, puppylike whimpers when he gets hurt will make you pity him in spite of the fact that he's a bloodthirsty guard dog. The episode "Shark Doggy Dog" even lampshades this trope when he gets put on trial for being a serial mailman biter and pulls the FreudianExcuse card by talking about growing up as the abused runt of the litter.

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* ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': [[BewareOfViciousDog Sharky]].Sharky The Shark Dog]]. There are episodes where he maims and attacks Eek but he gets abused more than any other character in the show. He was horribly abused in "Shark Therapy", forced into being nice in "A Sharkwork Orange" and bullied by mailmen in "The Gradueek". Most of his translated dialogue consists of sarcastic jabs at Eek or "Why me?" before he receives inevitable harm. Also, his soft, puppylike whimpers when he gets hurt will make you pity him in spite of the fact that he's a bloodthirsty guard dog. The episode "Shark Doggy Dog" even lampshades this trope when he gets put on trial for being a serial mailman biter and pulls the FreudianExcuse card by talking about growing up as the abused runt of the litter.
17th Jun '17 9:39:24 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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* ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': [[BewareOfViciousDog Sharky]]. There are episodes where he maims and attacks Eek but he gets abused more than any other character in the show. He was horribly abused in "Shark Therapy", forced into being nice in "A Sharkwork Orange" and bullied by mailmen in "The Gradueek". Most of his translated dialogue consists of sarcastic jabs at Eek or "Why me?" before he receives inevitable harm. Also, his soft, puppylike whimpers when he gets hurt will make you pity him in spite of the fact that he's a bloodthirsty guard dog.

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* ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': [[BewareOfViciousDog Sharky]]. There are episodes where he maims and attacks Eek but he gets abused more than any other character in the show. He was horribly abused in "Shark Therapy", forced into being nice in "A Sharkwork Orange" and bullied by mailmen in "The Gradueek". Most of his translated dialogue consists of sarcastic jabs at Eek or "Why me?" before he receives inevitable harm. Also, his soft, puppylike whimpers when he gets hurt will make you pity him in spite of the fact that he's a bloodthirsty guard dog. The episode "Shark Doggy Dog" even lampshades this trope when he gets put on trial for being a serial mailman biter and pulls the FreudianExcuse card by talking about growing up as the abused runt of the litter.
16th Jun '17 6:04:49 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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* ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': Sharky The Shark Dog. Sure, he's an AngryGuardDog who constantly tries ripping Eek to shreds but he is always getting his house destroyed and winds up getting humiliated somehow.

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* ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': Sharky The Shark Dog. Sure, [[BewareOfViciousDog Sharky]]. There are episodes where he maims and attacks Eek but he gets abused more than any other character in the show. He was horribly abused in "Shark Therapy", forced into being nice in "A Sharkwork Orange" and bullied by mailmen in "The Gradueek". Most of his translated dialogue consists of sarcastic jabs at Eek or "Why me?" before he receives inevitable harm. Also, his soft, puppylike whimpers when he gets hurt will make you pity him in spite of the fact that he's an AngryGuardDog who constantly tries ripping Eek to shreds but he is always getting his house destroyed and winds up getting humiliated somehow.a bloodthirsty guard dog.
4th Jun '17 9:17:23 AM CanzetTheCoyote
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Whatamess}}'': Trash from the DiC adaptation of the series is a "mean pitbull" stereotype with a reputation as a sarcastic bully but he's been tricked into eating fertilizer to cure a cold, nearly run over by a train, had his birthday forgotten and his owner apparently lives in squalor. Also, in one episode, her and Whatamess are captured by a dog catcher and sent to a pound. When Trash finds out that all his usual escape exits are sealed, he breaks down into a fit of tears, thinking he'll be left to die in the pound. Also, his UglyCute [[http://joenipote.com/images/whatamess_snap3.jpg?crc=319969384 character design]] only serves to amplify his "woobie" factor.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Whatamess}}'': Trash from the DiC adaptation of the series is a "mean pitbull" stereotype with a reputation as a sarcastic bully but he's been tricked into eating fertilizer to cure a cold, nearly run over by a train, had his birthday forgotten and his owner apparently lives in squalor. Also, in one episode, her he and Whatamess are captured by a dog catcher and sent to a pound. When Trash finds out that all his usual escape exits are sealed, he breaks down into a fit of tears, thinking he'll be left to die in the pound. Also, his UglyCute [[http://joenipote.com/images/whatamess_snap3.jpg?crc=319969384 character design]] only serves to amplify his "woobie" factor.
4th Jun '17 9:15:44 AM CanzetTheCoyote
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Whatamess}}'': Trash from the DiC adaptation of the series is a "mean pitbull" stereotype with a reputation as a sarcastic bully but he's been tricked into eating fertilizer to cure a cold, nearly run over by a train, had his birthday forgotten and his owner apparently lives in squalor. Also, in one episode, her and Whatamess are captured by a dog catcher and sent to a pound. When Trash finds out that all his usual escape exits are sealed, he breaks down into a fit of tears, thinking he'll be left to die in the pound. Also, his UglyCute [[http://joenipote.com/images/whatamess_snap3.jpg?crc=319969384 character design]] only serves to amplify his "woobie" factor.
28th May '17 8:48:06 AM CanzetTheCoyote
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Bunnicula}}'': Chester is an interesting case. He's not quite as naturally mean as your typical example but he's known for his scathing sarcasm as well as a tendency to take revenge to the point of becoming a bully. The episode "Chester's Shop of Horrors" especially highlights this where after mercilessly bullying Bunnicula to get back at him, he goes on an emotional rant about just how insecure he really is at the climax of the episode. There's also the fact that he constantly suffers from both physical and emotional abuse and is pretty much a ball of nerves most of the time. In another episode, he tries to put up Bunnicula for adoption to get rid of him but after hearing Mina tell someone a story about him, he's legit moved to tears and feels guilty about attempting to do so.
27th May '17 12:39:31 PM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'': Sterling Archer is an abusive, womanizing, and egotistical secret agent barely tolerated by all those around him... but every indication points that [[FreudianExcuse it was a terrible childhood that made him what he is]].


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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'': Sterling Archer is an abusive, womanizing, and egotistical secret agent barely tolerated by all those around him... but every indication points that [[FreudianExcuse it was a terrible childhood that made him what he is]].
* ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'':
** AP ([[BalefulPolymorph the former]] Captain Atomic) is the epitome of SmugSuper and tends to be [[GoodIsNotNice very rude]], but his transformation into a sock puppet has made him extremely unhappy. He's always afraid that his former friends won't take him back, the city's he's protected for years thinks he's abandoned them, and he's afraid of losing Joey, as it'll render him totally powerless (it's almost happened to him a few times). For the greatest superhero Mega City has known, he's pretty miserable as a puppet.
** Ex-BumblingSidekick and BigBadWannabe Mookie has it even worse. Despite being a complete GloryHound responsible for turning Captain Atomic into a puppet, constantly unleashing monsters and villains to steal credit for defeating, and attempting to overthrow Atomic Puppet on a regular basis, it's implied that he turned evil because of [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal the constant humiliation and rejection he received from both Captain Atomic and the people of Mega City.]]
26th May '17 5:39:12 PM CanzetTheCoyote
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26th May '17 5:36:43 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''WesternAnimation/Eek TheCat'': Sharky The Shark Dog. Sure, he's an AngryGuardDog who constantly tries ripping Eek to shreds but he is always getting his house destroyed and winds up getting humiliated somehow.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Eek TheCat'': ''WesternAnimation/EekTheCat'': Sharky The Shark Dog. Sure, he's an AngryGuardDog who constantly tries ripping Eek to shreds but he is always getting his house destroyed and winds up getting humiliated somehow.
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