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3rd Jan '18 12:46:44 AM Cryoclaste
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* On ''Series/GoodEats'', Alton attempts to appease a giant with his green-bean casserole after an incident involving [[JackAndTheBeanstalk a magic beanstalk]]. The giant enjoys it, saying it's better than the one his wife makes, then two seconds later is responding to his nagging wife offscreen.

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* On ''Series/GoodEats'', Alton attempts to appease a giant with his green-bean casserole after an incident involving [[JackAndTheBeanstalk [[Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk a magic beanstalk]]. The giant enjoys it, saying it's better than the one his wife makes, then two seconds later is responding to his nagging wife offscreen.
31st Dec '17 9:41:45 PM jamespolk
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** ''Life with Feathers'' involves a lovebird who's so fed up with his domineering wife that he attempts to commit suicide by having Sylvester the Cat eat him.

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** ''Life with Feathers'' "WesternAnimation/LifeWithFeathers" involves a lovebird who's so fed up with his domineering wife that he attempts to commit suicide by having Sylvester the Cat eat him.
28th Dec '17 1:57:43 PM FuzzyBoots
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* Doug Varney, of ''Film/BetterLivingThroughChemistry'', is this to his wife, Kara. She belittles him in front of her friends, refuses to let him make decisions to help their troubled teen son, Ethan, and then blames him for the results of her actions.
16th Dec '17 10:44:39 AM JMQwilleran
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* On ''WesternAnimation/MissSpidersSunnyPatchFriends'', Spiderus is a would-be antagonist, but any of his darker impulses are generally kept well in check by his sweetie-bug, Spindella, who clearly has him well under her eight legs. Later in the series he also becomes a BumblingDad.
27th Nov '17 4:24:59 PM SymBionicFan
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* In ''Disney/{{Fantasia}} 2000'''s "Rhapsody in Blue", one of the characters is a fun-loving husband who is forced to foot the bill and carry all of his wife's belongings, most of which are going to pamper her dog, who she seems to love more than him.

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* In ''Disney/{{Fantasia}} 2000'''s ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'''s "Rhapsody in Blue", one of the characters is a fun-loving husband who is forced to foot the bill and carry all of his wife's belongings, most of which are going to pamper her dog, who she seems to love more than him.
22nd Nov '17 1:57:39 AM VicGeorge2011
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* In Literature/TheBible, proverbs like "Better to live on the corner of a roof than to share a house with a nagging wife" seem to be speaking toward these types of people to garner some level of sympathy, although they can alternately be interpreted as instructions for husbands to ''not'' give their wives any reason to be nagging.
13th Nov '17 7:04:11 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Battler implies that this is the sort of relationship his father and stepmother, Rudolph and Kyrie, have in ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry''. Battler also considers his father an [[ParentingTheHusband irresponsible, philandering manchild]], so he doesn't really mind that his stepmom "has an iron grip on [Rudolph's] balls", as he puts it.

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* Battler Ushiromiya implies that this is the sort of relationship his father and stepmother, Rudolph and Kyrie, have in ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry''. Battler also considers his father an [[ParentingTheHusband irresponsible, philandering manchild]], so he doesn't really mind that his stepmom and CoolBigSis figure "has an iron grip on [Rudolph's] balls", as he puts it.
13th Nov '17 7:02:50 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters XIV'', once Mai and Andy [[TheyDo finally hook up]], he plays this role towards her almost completely straight. Their common friend Joe lampshades this by referring to Andy as being "completely whipped".

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* In ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters XIV'', once Mai Shiranui and Andy Bogard [[TheyDo finally finally]] [[OfficialCouple hook up]], he plays this role towards her his girlfriend almost completely straight. Their common friend Joe lampshades this by referring to Andy as being "completely whipped".whipped".
* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', after the two-years TimeSkip that follows chapter 11, [[TheHero Prince Chrom]] will [[WeddingDay marry]] the female character he has the highest relationship points with (either [[PlayerCharacter the Female Avatar]], [[DorkKnight Sumia]], [[ShrinkingViolet Olivia]], [[TheLadette Sully]] or [[LovableAlphaBitch Maribelle]]) and is all but stated to be this to her in private. His younger sister Lissa joyfully lampshades it, even playfully mimicking a "wsssh-kssssh" whip-like sound if the chosen girl is Sumia.
29th Oct '17 10:34:36 PM Abodos
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* Among the colorful assortment of individuals you meet in Ordon Village during the prologue of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' are Sera and Hanch. Hanch is a rather diminutive man who is always hunched forward and seems rather morose who owns the town's general store. That being said, his wife, Sera, is the one who handles the actual sales. It's also heavily implied that she cares far more for her cat than her husband, and she constantly makes comments about her "good for nothing husband."

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* Among the colorful assortment of individuals you meet in Ordon Village during the prologue of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' are Sera and Hanch. Hanch is a rather diminutive man who is always hunched forward and seems rather morose who owns the town's general store. That being said, his wife, Sera, is the one who handles the actual sales. It's also heavily implied that she cares far more for her cat than her husband, and she constantly makes comments about her "good for nothing husband."''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':


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** Among the colorful assortment of individuals you meet in Ordon Village during the prologue of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' are Sera and Hanch. Hanch is a rather diminutive man who is always hunched forward and seems rather morose who owns the town's general store. That being said, his wife, Sera, is the one who handles the actual sales. It's also heavily implied that she cares far more for her cat than her husband, and she constantly makes comments about her "good for nothing husband."
10th Oct '17 2:33:49 PM Darkfire545
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* Paiga in ''VideoGame/FairyFencerF'' is heavily implied to be this, judging by his phone conversations with his wife.
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