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11th Jul '17 11:59:50 PM Psi001
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The first ChristmasEpisode has one of these when the audience is dissatisfied with the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad the changes made to the yearly Christmas pageant]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The first ChristmasEpisode has explodes into a violent one of these when the audience is dissatisfied with the [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad the changes made to the yearly Christmas pageant]].pageant]].
-->'''Priest Maxi:''' This is the most godawful piece of crap I've ever seen.
-->'''Mr Garrison:''' Hey, you're the ones who made it this way!
-->'''Priest Maxi:''' Yes, because the Jews said it couldn't be Christian.
-->'''Gerald:''' It wasn't ''our'' idea to get rid of Santa Claus!
-->'''Nature Activist:''' All you bastards ruined Christmas!
-->'''Audience Member:''' Damn treehugger! ''*pounces activist, riot begins*''
3rd Jul '17 11:39:29 PM HeroGal2347
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode [[Recap/DuckTalesS1E5NothingToFear Nothing to Fear]], Huey, Dewey and Louie get into an argument about responsibility when Nightmare!Quackenbush shows up.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' episode [[Recap/DuckTalesS1E5NothingToFear Nothing to Fear]], Huey, Dewey and Louie get into an argument about responsibility when Nightmare!Quackenbush shows up.
1st Jun '17 10:00:04 AM Piterpicher
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* This seems to be the main skill that they are looking for on ''Series/TheApprentice''. Creator/DonaldTrump is most likely to send home the Project Manager of the losing team, so [=PMs=] will find someone else to blame for the loss.

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* This seems to be the main skill that they are looking for on ''Series/TheApprentice''. Creator/DonaldTrump UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump is most likely to send home the Project Manager of the losing team, so [=PMs=] will find someone else to blame for the loss.
15th Mar '17 10:58:11 AM Purkle200
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21st Oct '16 2:08:31 PM margdean56
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The truth of the matter is either the original accused is at fault, some of/the whole group are at fault. On rare occasions it really was an unforseen person or event.

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The truth of the matter is either the original accused is at fault, or some of/the whole group are at fault. On rare occasions it really was an unforseen unforeseen person or event.
24th Sep '16 5:58:12 PM nombretomado
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* This seems to be the main skill that they are looking for on ''Series/TheApprentice''. DonaldTrump is most likely to send home the Project Manager of the losing team, so [=PMs=] will find someone else to blame for the loss.

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* This seems to be the main skill that they are looking for on ''Series/TheApprentice''. DonaldTrump Creator/DonaldTrump is most likely to send home the Project Manager of the losing team, so [=PMs=] will find someone else to blame for the loss.
18th Sep '16 3:42:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* In an episode of ''TheTudors'', Cromwell and another lord try to pass off blame for Henry's displeasure with Anne of Cleves. Unsurprising, given that they could well [[OffWithHisHead get in quite a lot of trouble]] if the king's wrath falls on them.

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* In an episode of ''TheTudors'', ''Series/TheTudors'', Cromwell and another lord try to pass off blame for Henry's displeasure with Anne of Cleves. Unsurprising, given that they could well [[OffWithHisHead get in quite a lot of trouble]] if the king's wrath falls on them.
9th Sep '16 3:06:12 PM IdeaMaster
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Compare NeverMyFault, when someone consistently tries to avoid taking responsibility for his mistakes.

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Compare NeverMyFault, when someone consistently tries to avoid taking responsibility for his or her mistakes.
13th Aug '16 12:31:29 PM nombretomado
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* [[DichterUndDenker Friedrich Schiller's]] ''{{Intrigue and Love}}'' ends like this, until the hero's father finally accepts responsibility for his actions.

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* [[DichterUndDenker [[UsefulNotes/DichterAndDenker Friedrich Schiller's]] ''{{Intrigue and Love}}'' ends like this, until the hero's father finally accepts responsibility for his actions.
22nd Jul '16 7:26:30 PM JackG
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-->"Well, let me tell you a joke: Five guys sitting in a bull pen, San Quentin. Wondering how the fuck they got there. What'd we do wrong? What should we've done? What didn't we do? It's your fault, my fault, his fault. All that bullshit. Finally, someone comes up with the idea, wait a minute, while we were planning this {{caper}}, all we did was sit around and tell fucking jokes. Got the message?"

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-->"Well, let me tell you a joke: Five guys sitting in a bull pen, San Quentin. Wondering how the fuck they got there. What'd we do wrong? What should we've done? What didn't we do? It's your fault, my fault, his fault. All that bullshit. Finally, someone comes up with the idea, wait a minute, while we were planning this {{caper}}, [[TheCaper caper]], all we did was sit around and tell fucking jokes. Got the message?"
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