History KickTheDog / WesternAnimation

28th Jul '16 4:47:51 PM Vir
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** His villainy is overshadowed by his rival principal in "A Shot in D'Arc". They discuss how after last year's basketball game, the rival principal won Scudworth's first-born son, Brian. After discussing the terms of this year's wager (all the while the rival principal's eating a meal), Scudworth asks, "By the way, how is Brian?", to which the rival replies (slurping up some food), "Dee-licious."

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** His villainy is overshadowed by his rival principal in "A Shot in D'Arc". They discuss how after last year's basketball game, the rival principal won Scudworth's first-born son, Brian. After discussing the terms of this year's wager (all the while the rival principal's eating a meal), Scudworth asks, "By the way, how is Brian?", to which the rival replies (slurping up some food), "Dee-licious."[[ImAHumanitarian Dee-licious]]."
28th Jul '16 4:46:43 PM Vir
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-->'''Bender''': [[CrossingTheLineTwice No backsies]].

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-->'''Bender''': [[CrossingTheLineTwice [[CrossesTheLineTwice No backsies]].
28th Jul '16 4:39:25 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount'', a cult favorite from ''The WhatACartoon Show'' on Creator/CartoonNetwork, had the count carelessly smacking a screeching cat away within the first minute of his introduction. Fortunately, he gets his comeuppance in the most hilarious way.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount'', a cult favorite from ''The WhatACartoon Show'' the ''WesternAnimation/WhatACartoonShow'' on Creator/CartoonNetwork, had the count carelessly smacking a screeching cat away within the first minute of his introduction. Fortunately, he gets his comeuppance in the most hilarious way.
28th Jul '16 4:38:43 PM Vir
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*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PujUHjFb2_k Thankfully, Slappy Squirrel has no problem with kicking puppies. Or blowing them up. A rare example of Kick The Dog being applauded.]]

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*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PujUHjFb2_k Thankfully, Slappy Squirrel has no problem with kicking puppies. Or blowing them up. A rare example of Kick The the Dog being applauded.]]
18th Jun '16 12:54:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''MinaAndTheCount'', a cult favorite from ''The WhatACartoon Show'' on Creator/CartoonNetwork, had the count carelessly smacking a screeching cat away within the first minute of his introduction. Fortunately, he gets his comeuppance in the most hilarious way.

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* ''MinaAndTheCount'', ''WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount'', a cult favorite from ''The WhatACartoon Show'' on Creator/CartoonNetwork, had the count carelessly smacking a screeching cat away within the first minute of his introduction. Fortunately, he gets his comeuppance in the most hilarious way.
14th May '16 3:59:26 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has a zigzagging example in the episode "Monster Buddies", in which the seemingly tamed Centipeetle goes into a panic upon see Garnet brandishing her gauntlets and begins defensively spraying acid erratically. The Gems, who didn't trust the creature's reformation to begin with, start attacking it to protect Steven, with Garnet at one point literally kicking it across the room. Thankfully, Steven does end up convincing both the Centipeetle and the Gems to stop fighting, and the monster ends up redeeming itself through a (technically temporary) HeroicSacrifice

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has a zigzagging example in the episode "Monster Buddies", in which the seemingly tamed Centipeetle goes into a panic upon see Garnet brandishing her gauntlets and begins defensively spraying acid erratically. The Gems, who didn't trust the creature's reformation to begin with, start attacking it to protect Steven, with Garnet at one point literally kicking it across the room. Thankfully, Steven does end up convincing both the Centipeetle and the Gems to stop fighting, and the monster ends up redeeming itself through a (technically temporary) HeroicSacrificeHeroicSacrifice.
25th Apr '16 6:41:48 PM Wkenneth334
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* Done many times in ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. In "Your Ed Here", Kevin blackmails Eddy into doing embarrassing things to keep him from revealing Eddy's EmbarrassingMiddleName (Skipper), and despite Eddy doing everything Kevin tells him to do, Kevin ''[[DudeNotFunny still]]'' tells everybody Eddy's middle name and then laughs in Eddy's face before driving away.

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* Done many times in ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. In "Your Ed Here", Kevin blackmails Eddy into doing embarrassing things to keep him from revealing Eddy's EmbarrassingMiddleName (Skipper), and despite Eddy doing everything Kevin tells him to do, Kevin ''[[DudeNotFunny ''[[DisproportionateRetribution still]]'' tells everybody Eddy's middle name and then laughs in Eddy's face before driving away.
31st Mar '16 7:17:47 PM CaptainTedium
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* Porter C. Powell of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' at the start of season two. Sari's father is missing in action. What does he do? Steals his company, kicks Sari out of her home with nothing but the clothes on her back and informs the poor girl that there's no papers to prove she even ''exists''. Particularly jarring since Sari was the first human sidekick [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap that the audience actually liked]].

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* Porter C. Powell of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' at the start of season two. Sari's father is missing in action. What does he do? Steals his company, kicks Sari out of her home with nothing but the clothes on her back and informs the poor girl that there's no papers to prove she even ''exists''. Particularly jarring since Sari was better liked than the first human sidekick [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap that the audience actually liked]].sidekicks of previous ''Transformers'' continuities.
20th Feb '16 6:03:00 PM Vir
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* In the ''[[SpongeBob SpongeBob SquarePants]]'' episode "The Cent of Money", when Gary swallowed a kitchen magnet and could attract coins, Krabs dragged him around town, continuously injuring Gary with the bombardment of magnetically attracted coins, all the while stealing from people. Finally, when we saw how injured Gary had became, Krabs didn't care and said he looked fine and went to attract a wave of coins before SpongeBob arrived. This is actually considered a candidate for a MoralEventHorizon on Krabs' part.

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* In the ''[[SpongeBob SpongeBob SquarePants]]'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "The Cent of Money", when Gary swallowed a kitchen magnet and could attract coins, Krabs dragged him around town, continuously injuring Gary with the bombardment of magnetically attracted coins, all the while stealing from people. Finally, when we saw how injured Gary had became, Krabs didn't care and said he looked fine and went to attract a wave of coins before SpongeBob [=SpongeBob=] arrived. This is actually considered a candidate for a MoralEventHorizon on Krabs' part.



* In ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland Total Drama World Tour]]'', most of [[BigBad Alejandro's]] actions against other competitors are purely to get ahead in the game. [[spoiler: Except for how he eliminated DJ, throughout the episode of his elimination he helped DJ get over his curse just to reveal that [[YankTheDogsChain he faked the curse removal and DJ is still cursed by animals which causes him to lose the challenge]].]] Considering that said competitor was a DeathSeeker of sorts and likely would have eliminated himself soon, this seems to serve no purpose.

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* In ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama World Tour]]'', most of [[BigBad Alejandro's]] actions against other competitors are purely to get ahead in the game. [[spoiler: Except for how he eliminated DJ, throughout the episode of his elimination he helped DJ get over his curse just to reveal that [[YankTheDogsChain he faked the curse removal and DJ is still cursed by animals which causes him to lose the challenge]].]] Considering that said competitor was a DeathSeeker of sorts and likely would have eliminated himself soon, this seems to serve no purpose.



** In a preview of a Season 4 episode, [[spoiler:Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon are mocking Scootaloo's inability to fly]].

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** In a preview of a Season one season 4 episode, [[spoiler:Diamond Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon are mocking mock Scootaloo's inability to fly]].fly.



* WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse has a zigzagging example in the episode "Monster Buddies", in which the seemingly tamed Centipeetle goes into a panic upon see Garnet brandishing her gauntlets and begins defensively spraying acid erratically. The Gems, who didn't trust the creature's reformation to begin with, start attacking it to protect Steven, with Garnet at one point literally kicking it across the room. Thankfully, Steven does end up convincing both the Centipeetle and the Gems to stop fighting, and the monster ends up redeeming itself through a (technically temporary) HeroicSacrifice
** Played straight with [[spoiler:Peridot]], who opens her first appearance by crushing one of her own mini-robots underfoot with an expression of disdain because it was damaged.

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* WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has a zigzagging example in the episode "Monster Buddies", in which the seemingly tamed Centipeetle goes into a panic upon see Garnet brandishing her gauntlets and begins defensively spraying acid erratically. The Gems, who didn't trust the creature's reformation to begin with, start attacking it to protect Steven, with Garnet at one point literally kicking it across the room. Thankfully, Steven does end up convincing both the Centipeetle and the Gems to stop fighting, and the monster ends up redeeming itself through a (technically temporary) HeroicSacrifice
** Played straight with [[spoiler:Peridot]], Peridot, who opens her first appearance by crushing one of her own mini-robots underfoot with an expression of disdain because it was damaged.damaged.
* In ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''' GrandFinale, [[spoiler:when Bill grabs Dipper and Mabel after chasing them throughout the Fearamid to use as leverage to make Ford give him the equation needed to escape the town, he decides he's going to kill one of them just because he can, and prepares to [[KillTheCutie kill Mabel]] before Ford ([[TwinSwitch actually Stan in disguise]]) stops him.]]
4th Jan '16 6:30:19 PM R1ck
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** Homer has a few of these, too.
-->'''Marge:''' (''suffering from amnesia'') You strangle your own child?
-->'''Homer:''' Yeah, but he's cool with it... (''looks at Bart shaking his fist'') Right?
-->'''Bart:''' (''wheezing'') It hurts when I swallow...
-->'''Homer:''' Why you little.. (''resumes strangling Bart'')
** Also, in the first clip show, Homer lands in a coma after Bart pulls a prank on him due to Homer playing pranks on him all that day (Bart hadn't expected him to wind up in a coma). Thinking Homer may die, Bart sadly confesses to the prank. Homer then procedures to wake up....and begin strangling Bart in revenge for the prank.
*** Not to mention that before that, Homer's pranks on Bart were pretty mean-spirited. He put duct tape on Bart's eyes (duct tape is the strongest tape available, and the eyelids are the thinnest layer of skin on the body), and he tricked Bart into drinking milk that was sitting next to the furnace for six weeks (so it was so curdled, it might as well have been poisoned). It's a good thing [[MST3KMantra it only happened in a TV show]]; there's a difference between an April Fool's Day joke and attempted murder.
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