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3rd Jan '17 3:16:29 AM Tron80
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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}: Daily Planet sleazy journalist Cat Grant launched a smear campaign against Supergirl with the intention of driving her away Metropolis. Cat called Supergirl a reckless, out-of-control teenager. Cat accused her from spearheading a Kryptonian AlienInvasion. Cat complained about her out-of-fashion ''dress'' and the ''length of her skirt''. During one year she told over and again that the world doesn't need a Supergirl. And then she ran into troubles and blackmailed Kara into helping her because she couldn't find Franchise/{{Superman}}. And as they teamed up, Cat ''kept'' insulting her.
-->'''Supergirl:''' "The hero the world doesn't need," Cat wrote about me. Some days, though, it sure feels like it does. Though, if there weren't three kids missing, I'm not sure I'd help her. You can't say those kinds of things about a person then expect them to just fly up and give you a hand.

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** In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl Volume 5]]''
Daily Planet sleazy journalist Cat Grant launched a smear campaign against Supergirl with the intention of driving her away Metropolis. Cat called Supergirl a reckless, out-of-control teenager. Cat accused her from spearheading a Kryptonian AlienInvasion. Cat complained about her out-of-fashion ''dress'' and the ''length of her skirt''. During one year she told over and again that the world doesn't need a Supergirl. And then she ran into troubles and blackmailed Kara into helping her because she couldn't find Franchise/{{Superman}}. And as they teamed up, Cat ''kept'' insulting her.
-->'''Supergirl:''' --->'''Supergirl:''' "The hero the world doesn't need," Cat wrote about me. Some days, though, it sure feels like it does. Though, if there weren't three kids missing, I'm not sure I'd help her. You can't say those kinds of things about a person then expect them to just fly up and give you a hand.hand.
** ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInTheEightGrade'': Belinda spends the whole school year bullying Linda and trying to drive her and Lena apart. Finally she snaps, attacks the school and Supergirl, steals her inter-dimensional communicator and overloads it with her out-of-control emotions. Her actions and choices lead to her being turned into a sentient statue, a development which she blames Supergirl for. Still, when Supergirl and Lena start arguing, Belinda complains about helping her not being a priority. And she calls ''them'' jerks.
31st Dec '16 9:59:44 PM SarcasmKid
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* When Cheshire was part of Deathstroke's [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Titans]] team, she wanted to kill him for embarrassing her and tried to get Arsenal to help. This was after their daughter Lian was killed in ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice'' and Roy fell back into his heroin addiction and became a violent antihero. Cheshire first tried to feign sympathy by telling Arsenal he couldn't bring their daughter back by hurting himself, then tried to play on his loyalty to the Titans by telling him Deathstroke was soiling their name. When that didn't work, Cheshire dropped all pretense by telling Arsenal she didn't care if his drug addiction killed him but he owed her for "Letting their daughter die." What's especially hypocritical about this is that Cheshire once conceived a replacement baby to get out of the ComicBook/SecretSix, even though it meant Lian might be killed in the process since her well being was used as a bargaining chip to keep Cheshire on the team. And Cheshire still treats Arsenal like crap while he's on Deathstroke's team with her when she's not sleeping with him to keep him under her thumb.
22nd Dec '16 7:23:58 PM CLT009
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** Deconstructed with Lumpy Space Princess as the show goes on. Yes she's your BrattyTeenageDaughter [[ItsAllAboutMe par]] [[AttentionWhore extraordinaire]], but no one likes her much (except maybe [[AllLovingHero Finn]]) and she often suffers for her selfishness and frequent AesopAmnesia. Season seven episode ''Be Sweet'' reveals that, deep down, she's aware of just how selfish she is, ''[[InferioritySuperiorityComplex hates herself]]'', is terrified that she cannot ever change ([[AmbiguousDisorder which is not an unwarranted concern]]) and even as she keeps demanding love and luxury, feels she doesn't deserve it.
16th Dec '16 2:09:26 PM triscion
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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]].
** Of course Link doesn't have much choice in the matter, either.

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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]].
** Of course Link doesn't have much choice
Scrub]] (which is how they got separated in the matter, either.first place).
16th Dec '16 2:05:50 PM triscion
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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]]/

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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]]/Scrub]].
** Of course Link doesn't have much choice in the matter, either.



* ''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.

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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.
12th Dec '16 4:18:20 PM 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]]/


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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.
-->'''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.
31st Oct '16 5:24:44 PM nombretomado
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* Abby Morgan from ''DawsonsCreek'', particularly in the episode ''Full Moon Rising'' from season 2. In a fit of jealousy, she calls Jen a bitch, a slut and all other unpleasant things and she's actually ''surprised'' [[ArmorPiercingSlap when Jen smacks her one]]. Afterwards, she breaks into Dawson's house to spy on Jen. To get back at Jen, she tries to seduce Dawson, who was dating Joey at the time. When Dawson refuses her advances and kicks her out, Abby takes it to the point of absurdity by asking him to tell Jen that they had made out.

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* Abby Morgan from ''DawsonsCreek'', ''Series/DawsonsCreek'', particularly in the episode ''Full Moon Rising'' from season 2. In a fit of jealousy, she calls Jen a bitch, a slut and all other unpleasant things and she's actually ''surprised'' [[ArmorPiercingSlap when Jen smacks her one]]. Afterwards, she breaks into Dawson's house to spy on Jen. To get back at Jen, she tries to seduce Dawson, who was dating Joey at the time. When Dawson refuses her advances and kicks her out, Abby takes it to the point of absurdity by asking him to tell Jen that they had made out.
26th Sep '16 1:47:10 AM Tron80
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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}: Daily Planet sleazy journalist Cat Grant launched a smear campaign against Supergirl with the intention of driving her away Metropolis. Cat called Supergirl a reckless, out-of-control teenager. Cat accused her from spearheading a Kryptonian AlienInvasion. Cat complained about her out-of-fashion ''dress'' and the ''length of her skirt''. During one year she told over and again that the world doesn't need a Supergirl. And then she ran into troubles and blackmailed Kara into helping her because she couldn't find Franchise/{{Superman}}.

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* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}: Daily Planet sleazy journalist Cat Grant launched a smear campaign against Supergirl with the intention of driving her away Metropolis. Cat called Supergirl a reckless, out-of-control teenager. Cat accused her from spearheading a Kryptonian AlienInvasion. Cat complained about her out-of-fashion ''dress'' and the ''length of her skirt''. During one year she told over and again that the world doesn't need a Supergirl. And then she ran into troubles and blackmailed Kara into helping her because she couldn't find Franchise/{{Superman}}. And as they teamed up, Cat ''kept'' insulting her.
-->'''Supergirl:''' "The hero the world doesn't need," Cat wrote about me. Some days, though, it sure feels like it does. Though, if there weren't three kids missing, I'm not sure I'd help her. You can't say those kinds of things about a person then expect them to just fly up and give you a hand.
26th Sep '16 1:29:29 AM Tron80
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* In various continuities, this is Lex Luthor's attitude towards Franchise/{{Superman}}. And pretty much everyone else's opinion of Lex himself.

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* In various continuities, this is Lex Luthor's Comicbook/LexLuthor's attitude towards Franchise/{{Superman}}. And pretty much everyone else's opinion of Lex himself.himself.
* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}: Daily Planet sleazy journalist Cat Grant launched a smear campaign against Supergirl with the intention of driving her away Metropolis. Cat called Supergirl a reckless, out-of-control teenager. Cat accused her from spearheading a Kryptonian AlienInvasion. Cat complained about her out-of-fashion ''dress'' and the ''length of her skirt''. During one year she told over and again that the world doesn't need a Supergirl. And then she ran into troubles and blackmailed Kara into helping her because she couldn't find Franchise/{{Superman}}.



* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'':

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* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'': ''Series/{{Supergirl 2015}}'':
28th Jun '16 10:24:58 AM TheNerfGuy
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* {{Prince Charmles|s}} of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII''. Not only do the heroes have to drag this lazy lout along on what's supposed to be ''his'' RiteOfPassage, he expects them to do all the fighting and slay an Argon Lizard for its heart... and after they kill one, he immediately decides "Oh, I should have an even ''bigger'' and ''better'' Argon heart -- ''You'' guys work on that!" He doesn't treat them with even the slightest ''shred'' of respect or dignity, expecting them to do everything for him because he's royalty -- the only physical exertion he puts himself through during the entire trip is [[spoiler:whipping Medea, then Trode]], and after '''THAT''' stunt the player will likely join the heroes in cursing the fact they can't just leave him in the reserve. To top it all off, after you finally secure a heart he deems acceptable and return to Argonia, [[spoiler:he finds a way to even more [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney flagrantly flout the rules]] by ''buying'' a heart in the Marketplace]] and barring you and your party from the wedding. Yet, even after all of that, he's absolutely '''shocked''' when this comes back to bite him squarely on his big fat butt.

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* {{Prince Charmles|s}} of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII''. Not only do the heroes have to drag this lazy lout along on what's supposed to be ''his'' RiteOfPassage, he expects them to do all the fighting and slay an Argon Lizard for its heart... and after they kill one, he immediately decides "Oh, I should have an even ''bigger'' and ''better'' Argon heart -- ''You'' guys work on that!" He doesn't treat them with even the slightest ''shred'' of respect or dignity, expecting them to do everything for him because he's royalty -- the only physical exertion he puts himself through during the entire trip is [[spoiler:whipping Medea, then Trode]], and after '''THAT''' stunt the player will likely join the heroes in cursing the fact they can't just leave him in the reserve. To top it all off, after you finally secure a heart he deems acceptable and return to Argonia, [[spoiler:he finds a way to even more [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney flagrantly flout the rules]] by ''buying'' a heart in the Marketplace]] and ''expects you to keep this action a secret'' from his father! Towards the end of the game, he reasserts his bastardry by barring you and your party from the wedding. Yet, even after all of that, he's absolutely '''shocked''' when this comes back to bite him squarely on his big fat butt.
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