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23rd Jul '17 5:38:48 AM CaptainTedium
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* Appropriately enough, given the name of the trope, just about every episode of ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s'' has Katrina Stoneheart at least attempt to do something cruel to Holly and the Pound Puppies, one of her worst atrocities being in the ChristmasEpisode "Happy Howlidays", where she hid several months' worth of bills from Holly and never revealed them to her until it was too late to pay them on time, knowing full well that Holly would be forced to shut down the Puppy Pound and leave the dogs out on the streets.
14th Feb '17 4:46:53 PM StFan
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* The most simple way that one of ''WesternAnimation/MrPicklesGoodBoy'''s victims is established as an AssholeVictim is by being violent or aggressive toward him when they see him. At one point Mr. Pickles seems a little on the fence and is extremely happy when he is struck hard enough to bleed and thus have reason to attack.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MrPickles'': The most simple way that one of ''WesternAnimation/MrPicklesGoodBoy'''s Mr. Pickles' victims is established as an AssholeVictim is by being violent or aggressive toward him when they see him. At one point Mr. Pickles seems a little on the fence and is extremely happy when he is struck hard enough to bleed and thus have reason to attack.
6th Feb '17 5:56:52 AM Troperinik
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Treasure Hunt", the main four go camping and Mr. Cat says he will get wood for the fire. It turns out he's too lazy to go get any, so he just sets Stumpy's favorite comic books on fire. Stumpy starts crying, and Mr. Cat callously tells the "spoilt brat" to shut up.
5th Feb '17 7:59:22 AM Phred
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* The most simple way that one of ''WesternAnimation/MrPicklesGoodBoy'''s victims is established as an AssholeVictim is by being violent or aggressive toward him when they see him. At one point Mr. Pickles seems a little on the fence and is extremely happy when he is struck hard enough to bleed and thus have reason to attack.
15th Dec '16 9:15:14 AM IdumeanPatriot
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*** She actually first appeared (only, no dialog) during the story of how her brother got his scar. During the crowd reaction shot as daddy burns his son's face, a young girl can be smiling, unlike practically everyone else present aside from Zhao, Zuko's established [[TheRival rival]].

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*** She actually first appeared (only, no dialog) during earlier, in the story of how her brother got his scar. During the crowd reaction shot as daddy burns his son's face, a not-yet-familiar cute young girl can be smiling, seen smiling slightly, unlike practically everyone else present aside from Zhao, Zuko's established [[TheRival rival]].
26th Oct '16 10:10:34 PM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' Vaatu drives Wan's spirit friends into a murderous rage and makes them attack Wan's human friends. Wan fails to stop them, and when he wakes up and attempts to help any survivors Vaatu pours salt in the wound by appearing and saying, "Oh, don't bother. They've all been killed"

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' Vaatu drives Wan's spirit friends into a murderous rage and makes them attack Wan's human friends. Wan fails to stop them, and when he wakes up and attempts to help any survivors Vaatu pours salt in the wound by appearing and saying, "Oh, don't bother. They've all been killed"killed."
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.]]
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