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6th Jul '17 4:58:47 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': Roger is a {{Jerkass}} and self-confessed sociopath who expects others to bend over backwards to do things for him, but is often unwilling to do even simple tasks or small favors for anyone else unless there's something in it for him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'':
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Roger is a {{Jerkass}} and self-confessed sociopath who expects others to bend over backwards to do things for him, but is often unwilling to do even simple tasks or small favors for anyone else unless there's something in it for him.him.
** In the episode "[=LGBSteve=]," Hayley is genuinely shocked and driven to tears when the lesbian roller derby team she and Steve joined kicks her off the team, despite the fact that mere minutes before they do so, she exposed Steve as a boy to the others by pulling his pants down to expose his genitals right in front of them; as it turns out, the other girls [[EverybodyKnewAlready had known all along that Steve was a boy and didn't care]].
*** Hayley also seems to have this with her family, especially Stan. It's reached the point where a lot of the things she claims as excuses for her behavior like Stan never saying he loved her or was proud of her were stuff she completely made up. She basically feels she has the right to do whatever she wants and her parents have no right to stop her. This is probably best exemplified in "Standard Deviation" where she calls Stan out for [[WellDoneDaughterGirl not accepting her for who she is]] which essentially involves mooching off of her parents and repeatedly dropping out of and re-entering college to the point where she’s trying to register using a fast food menu.
21st Mar '17 4:24:33 PM SteveMB
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* ''Comicbook/{{Zatanna}}'': Benjamin Raymond, having [[DealWithTheDevil made a deal with Mammon]] to help him collect souls in exchange for [[ImmortalityImmorality extended life]], tries and fails fails to sacrifice Zatanna. This causes his own soul to be forfeit to Mammon, and he has the nerve to ask Zatanna to help him. She can't stop Mammon from claiming him, but takes pity on him and transforms him into an inanimate lump of gold so he won't suffer.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Zatanna}}'': Benjamin Raymond, having [[DealWithTheDevil made a deal with Mammon]] to help him collect souls in exchange for [[ImmortalityImmorality extended life]], tries and fails fails to sacrifice Zatanna. This causes his own soul to be forfeit to Mammon, and he has the nerve to ask Zatanna to help him. She can't stop Mammon from claiming him, but takes pity on him and transforms him into an inanimate lump of gold so he won't suffer.
21st Mar '17 4:23:59 PM SteveMB
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* ''Comicbook/{{Zatanna}}'': Benjamin Raymond, having [[DealWithTheDevil made a deal with Mammon]] to help him collect souls in exchange for [[ImmortalityImmorality extended life]], tries and fails fails to sacrifice Zatanna. This causes his own soul to be forfeit to Mammon, and he has the nerve to ask Zatanna to help him. She can't stop Mammon from claiming him, but takes pity on him and transforms him into an inanimate lump of gold so he won't suffer.
12th Mar '17 5:27:28 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Being a rich girl who's pretty spoiled, Weiss acts as if she has the right to get anything if she asked it, at least in Vol. 1. Discussed with Professor Port, when she complains about Ruby's immaturity and states her belief that ''she'' should be leader of Team RWBY instead. To her credit, she's aware of it on some level.
-->'''Port:''' I see before me a girl who spent her entire life getting ''exactly'' what she wanted.\\
'''Weiss:''' That's not even ''[[ImplausibleDeniability remotely]]'' true.\\
'''Port:''' ''[FascinatingEyebrow]''\\
'''Weiss:''' ...Well, not ''entirely'' true.
19th Feb '17 11:27:27 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': In Mandark's debut episode, he genuinely expects Dexter to help set him up on a date with Dee Dee, despite the fact that he had spent the entire episode one-upping Dexter and forced him to shut down his lab; Dexter only goes along with it because he realizes he can exploit Dee Dee's [[WalkingDisasterArea destructive tendencies]] to have Mandark's own lab shut down.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': Roger is a {{Jerkass}} and self-confessed sociopath who expects others to bend over backwards to do things for him, but is often unwilling to do even simple tasks or small favors for anyone else unless there's something in it for him.
* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': In Mandark's debut episode, he genuinely expects Dexter to help set him up on a date with Dee Dee, despite the fact that he had spent the entire episode one-upping Dexter and forced him to shut down his lab; Dexter only goes along with it because he realizes he can exploit Dee Dee's [[WalkingDisasterArea destructive tendencies]] to get back at Mandark and have Mandark's own ''his'' lab shut down.
8th Feb '17 10:39:27 AM jto5334t
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* In ''Film/TransformersRevengeoftheFallen'', ObstructiveBureaucrat Galloway, after repeatedly insulting Lennox, Epps, his troops and the Autobots (even calling [[spoiler:the dead Optimus Prime a pile of junk]], expected that Lennox would help him get to safety when there was a problem (actually rigged by the heroes to go help Sam) with the airplane. Of course, Lennox does us all a favour and shoves Galloway off the plane with only his parachute.

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* In ''Film/TransformersRevengeoftheFallen'', ''Film/TransformersRevengeOfTheFallen'', ObstructiveBureaucrat Galloway, after repeatedly insulting Lennox, Epps, his troops and the Autobots (even calling [[spoiler:the dead Optimus Prime a pile of junk]], junk]]), expected that Lennox would help him get to safety when there was a problem (actually rigged by the heroes to go help Sam) with the airplane. Of course, Lennox does us all a favour and shoves Galloway off the plane with only his parachute.
8th Feb '17 10:38:28 AM jto5334t
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* In ''Film/{{Transformers}}'', ObstructiveBureaucrat Galloway, after repeatedly insulting Lennox, Epps, his troops and the Autobots (even calling [[spoiler:the dead Optimus Prime a pile of junk]], expected that Lennox would help him get to safety when there was a problem (actually rigged by the heroes to go help Sam) with the airplane. Of course, Lennox does us all a favour and shoves Galloway off the plane with only his parachute.

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* In ''Film/{{Transformers}}'', ''Film/TransformersRevengeoftheFallen'', ObstructiveBureaucrat Galloway, after repeatedly insulting Lennox, Epps, his troops and the Autobots (even calling [[spoiler:the dead Optimus Prime a pile of junk]], expected that Lennox would help him get to safety when there was a problem (actually rigged by the heroes to go help Sam) with the airplane. Of course, Lennox does us all a favour and shoves Galloway off the plane with only his parachute.
8th Feb '17 6:58:44 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'': At the beginning of the game, [[FairyCompanion Tatl]] genuinely expects Link to help her track down the Skull Kid, despite the fact that not only did she help the Skull Kid mug Link and steal his horse and ocarina, but also personally interfered with Link's attempt to pursue them after he was [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a Deku Scrub]] (which is how they got separated in first place).

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'': At the beginning of the game, [[FairyCompanion Tatl]] genuinely expects Link to help her track down the Skull Kid, despite the fact that not only did she help the Skull Kid mug Link and steal his horse and ocarina, but also personally interfered with Link's attempt to pursue them after he was [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a Deku Scrub]] (which is how they got separated in the first place).


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* ''VideoGame/GodOfWarIII'': Despite having abandoned Kratos to fall into the River Styx after their initial attack on Zeus went badly, along with the fact that she flat-out ''told'' Kratos to his face that he was nothing more than a pawn of hers and the Titans and she had [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness no more use for him]], Gaia genuinely expects Kratos to help her up when she's later having trouble reclimbing Mount Olympus... only to be shocked when Kratos basically tells her to screw off before [[AnArmAndALeg cutting off her hand]], sending her falling to her doom.
8th Feb '17 5:29:07 AM otemple700
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* ''LightNovel/TheTestamentOfSisterNewDevil'': The heroes talk a good game of blaming Basara over how much the suffered from his "betrayal", never mind the fact that a), Basara was a child with a power he couldn't control at the time, nor was he able to understand what had happened, b), had Basara not acted, a lot more people would have been killed, and c), the whole incident scared him much more than them.

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* ''LightNovel/TheTestamentOfSisterNewDevil'': The heroes talk a good game of blaming Basara over how much the they suffered from his "betrayal", never mind the fact that a), Basara was a child with a power he couldn't control at the time, nor was he able to understand what had happened, b), had Basara not acted, a lot more people would have been killed, and c), the whole incident scared him much more than them.
7th Feb '17 9:33:51 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'': [[BigBad Tohru Adachi]] thinks that his hard work in his youth means that the world ''owes'' him success and an intimate relationship. Because he has neither, [[NeverMyFault he feels it's the fault of life, society, and the women around him]]. He also talks about his power to throw people into TV sets as if it was given to him to make up for his unsuccessful lot in life.
* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'': This is one of Riku's character flaws in [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI the first game]]; he's aware that ''he'' was meant to have the Keyblade, and became insanely jealous when it went to Sora instead, ultimately leading to a DealWithTheDevil. It didn't go so well for him, and his sense of entitlement is naturally absent afterward.
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