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21st Aug '16 10:23:03 AM nombretomado
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* There was an arc in ''BetterDays'' where Sheila visits her parents while her father is in hospital and discovers her sister has a Hyena boyfriend (this world's version of a black person). Sheila calls her sister out on bringing the guy, who seems decent enough from what we see, simply to upset their parents and her mother even makes a comment out loud about her having a 'nigger boyfriend' to Sheila's horror.

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* There was an arc in ''BetterDays'' ''Webcomic/BetterDays'' where Sheila visits her parents while her father is in hospital and discovers her sister has a Hyena boyfriend (this world's version of a black person). Sheila calls her sister out on bringing the guy, who seems decent enough from what we see, simply to upset their parents and her mother even makes a comment out loud about her having a 'nigger boyfriend' to Sheila's horror.



** Continued in the sequel series Original Life. Miko's mother is the stereotypical Education Mama who hates her daughter's boyfriend Thomas who is a chronic academic underachiever. At the end of the arc Miko tells Thomas that the exact reason she likes him so much is her mother hates him.
* In ''TheDreamer'', Beatrice Whaley, the daughter of a wealthy Boston merchant in the 18th century, falls in love with an apple farmer from Roxbury.

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** Continued in the sequel series Original Life.''Original Life''. Miko's mother is the stereotypical Education Mama who hates her daughter's boyfriend Thomas who is a chronic academic underachiever. At the end of the arc Miko tells Thomas that the exact reason she likes him so much is her mother hates him.
* In ''TheDreamer'', ''Webcomic/TheDreamer'', Beatrice Whaley, the daughter of a wealthy Boston merchant in the 18th century, falls in love with an apple farmer from Roxbury.
6th Aug '16 1:22:49 PM eroock
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* Creator/MichelGondry [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj6G1C6c0uw Levi's Commercial]] has a clerk father disapproving of his daughter dating a boy who just bought condoms in his shop.
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25th Jul '16 3:00:56 PM eldiablo555
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** As with the Fisk/Elizabeth example above there was a gender inverted version concerning Tommy and Lucy, Tommy's mother makes it very clear that she doesn't like her son dating a non-catholic woman.
25th Jun '16 11:11:24 PM TheNerevarine
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ElCid'' Count Gormaz disapproves his daughter Jimena being in love with [[TheHero Rodrigo]], mainly because he wants her to marry Ordonez. His loathing for Rodrigo leads to [spoiler: Gormaz trying to kill him and ending up getting killed himself.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ElCid'' Count Gormaz disapproves his daughter Jimena being in love with [[TheHero Rodrigo]], mainly because he wants her to marry Ordonez. His loathing for Rodrigo leads to [spoiler: [[spoiler: Gormaz trying to kill him and ending up getting killed himself.]]
25th Jun '16 11:10:31 PM TheNerevarine
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ElCid'' Count Gormaz disapproves his daughter Jimena being in love with [[TheHero Rodrigo]], mainly because he wants her to marry Ordonez. His loathing for Rodrigo leads to [spoiler: Gormaz trying to kill him and ending up getting killed himself.]]
11th Jun '16 3:49:52 AM Hanz
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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Ian Starshine is quite upset to learn that his daughter Haley is romantically involved with Elan, the son of his enemy General Tarquin. Even though he knows that Elan is not [[EvilTwin Nale]], he refuses to see Elan as anything but Tarquin's mole.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Ian Starshine is quite upset to learn that his daughter Haley is romantically involved with Elan, the son of his enemy General Tarquin. Even though he knows that can tell the difference between Elan is not and [[EvilTwin Nale]], he refuses to see Elan as anything but Tarquin's mole.
9th Jun '16 7:37:34 AM nighttrainfm
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* The best known case in the MarvelUniverse is Bruce Banner / the Comicbook/IncredibleHulk and his long time love interest Betty Ross. Her father, General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, didn't approve of the relationship when Banner was just a nebbish scientist. Then the Hulk happened and Ross went GeneralRipper.

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* The best known case in the MarvelUniverse is Bruce Banner / the Comicbook/IncredibleHulk and his long time love interest Betty Ross.ComicBook/BettyRoss. Her father, General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, didn't approve of the relationship when Banner was just a nebbish scientist. Then the Hulk happened and Ross went GeneralRipper.GeneralRipper, determined to either kill the Hulk or use his power for his own benefit. He blames everyone except himself for what this did to his relationship with his daughter.
8th Jun '16 1:25:55 AM Firehawk
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', while he hides it for a while, [[spoiler:Hiroshi Sato]] hates [[spoiler:Mako]] (and all other benders) who is dating [[spoiler:his daughter, Asami.]] [[spoiler:Mako]] was especially abhorrent to [[spoiler:Sato]], seeing as he was a penniless firebender. The first part is hypocrisy, since [[spoiler:Sato himself [[SelfMadeMan started out penniless]] and even told Mako not to be ashamed of his poverty. The last part is because his wife was murdered by a firebender.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', while he hides it for a while, [[spoiler:Hiroshi Sato]] hates [[spoiler:Mako]] (and all other benders) who is dating [[spoiler:his daughter, Asami.]] [[spoiler:Mako]] was especially abhorrent to [[spoiler:Sato]], seeing as he was a penniless firebender. The first part is hypocrisy, since [[spoiler:Sato himself [[SelfMadeMan started out penniless]] and even told Mako not to be ashamed of his poverty. The last part is because his wife was murdered by a firebender. The finale takes it to a [[UpToEleven whole new level]] when Asami gets together with Korra, though by that point Hiroshi was reformed, redeemed, and ever so slightly dead.]]
21st May '16 10:35:24 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'', Shrek's initial meeting of Fiona's parents goes exactly as he expects - they are the king and queen of "Far Far Away", and while the mother is fairly reasonable, King Harold can barely contain his rage that his daughter is married to an ogre.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'', Shrek's initial meeting of Fiona's parents goes exactly as he expects - they are the king and queen of "Far Far Away", Away," and while the mother is fairly reasonable, King Harold can barely contain his rage that his daughter is married to an ogre.



** Penny's father actually likes Leonard but Penny has along history of using this trope. When he realizes that they have broken up, he "[[InvokedTrope gives him a head start]]" getting her back by roaring at him very audibly for a minute or two.

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** Penny's father actually likes Leonard but Penny has along a long history of using this trope. When he realizes that they have broken up, he "[[InvokedTrope gives him a head start]]" getting her back by roaring at him very audibly for a minute or two.



** Katie's mom comes to the couple's defense by pointing out to Katie's dad that [[GenerationXerox the two of them were no different from Katie and Tommy back when they were teenagers]]. In fact, Katie's maternal grandfather apparently had the same opinion of Katie's dad as Katie's dad himself has of Tommy--but Katie's parents got married anyway and Katie's mom points out that Katie will likely do the same with the same with Tommy.



* In ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'' this happens three times-and they all get married to a man who challenges their father's faith. [[spoiler:He can accept the older two's marriages quickly but the third one - who marries a Gentile - he disowns and doesn't speak to her until the end of the show.]]

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* In ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'' this happens three times-and times--and they all get married to a man who challenges their father's faith. [[spoiler:He can accept the older two's marriages quickly but the third one - who one--who marries a Gentile - he (a non-Jew)--he disowns and doesn't speak to her until the end of the show.]]



* In a flashback episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', we see that Marge's family have never liked Homer even when they were teenagers. May not count since Marge never dated Homer to get back at her family.

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* In a flashback episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', we see that Marge's family have never liked Homer even when they were teenagers. May not count since Marge never dated Homer to get back at her family.family--also, it's mostly just Marge's sisters, Patty and Selma, who dislike Homer and not so much her parents, who actually seem to like him (or at least more willing to put up with him).
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