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12th Mar '17 9:37:38 AM LondonKdS
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* Parodied in ''ComicBook/AdventureTimeIceKing'', in which Bob is actually an erudite type, but was forced into playing this role because his delinquent gang needed a member who was TheBrute.
3rd Feb '17 12:59:36 PM Knight20
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* In WebVideo/StopBullyingNow Brick is an example of one since he's into sports and picks on Milton.
23rd Jan '17 5:27:11 AM morane
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Unfortunately, this trope tends to be somewhat a TruthInTelevision, and very much restricted to team sports. The reason is [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diffusion_of_responsibility diffusion of responsibility]]: team sports encourage tribal mentality, loyalty to own tribe (team), hostility to other tribes (other teams) and complete indifference towards outsiders. The tribal mentality dilutes the responsibility of one's behaviour and manners, and even at some instances encourages uppity and obnoxious behaviour. Practitioners of individual sports befall ''very'' rarely on JerkJock category, and are more often of BadassBookworm or GeniusBruiser type. JerkJock behaviour is ''seriously'' discouraged in martial arts, where getting into a fight or caught from bullying can lead in expulsion of the sports.
20th Jan '17 11:03:51 AM Emmz
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* All of the jocks at my mom's high school were arrogant Jerkasses. Doubles as Truth in Televison and True Story.
17th Jan '17 8:03:06 PM LegoLover58
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* All of the jocks at my mom's high school were arrogant Jerkasses. Doubles as Truth in Televison and True Story.
17th Jan '17 9:45:31 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Gaston from Disney's ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is a non-school example of this.

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* Gaston from Disney's ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is a non-school non-school, pre-industrial example of this.
13th Jan '17 5:25:42 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* For a short time (less than 2 months), WCW repackaged Ray Lloyd, best known for the Wrestling/{{Glacier}} [[TheGimmik gimmick]], as Coach Buzz Stern and gave him a "protege" named Luther Biggs. Even though Lloyd looked and sounded the part, having coached football in real life, the gimmick was received by fans with utter indifference and got canned quickly.

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* For a short time (less than 2 months), WCW repackaged Ray Lloyd, best known for the Wrestling/{{Glacier}} [[TheGimmik [[TheGimmick gimmick]], as Coach Buzz Stern and gave him a "protege" named Luther Biggs. Even though Lloyd looked and sounded the part, having coached football in real life, the gimmick was received by fans with utter indifference and got canned quickly.



* The All Night Express, {{exp|y}}ies of the Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam corrupted by Wrestling/AustinAries in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, who eventually did get matched up against that very same tag team, who in term were brought together amateur braggarts in the vein of Kurt Angle (and were for a time lead by him as "Team Angle")

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* The All Night Express, {{exp|y}}ies of the Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam corrupted by Wrestling/AustinAries in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, who eventually did get matched up against that very same tag team, who in term turn were brought together amateur braggarts in the vein of Kurt Angle (and were for a time lead by him as "Team Angle")
23rd Dec '16 9:21:51 PM FuzzyBoots
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* The character of Tommy from DudeWheresMyCar is not very bright, hangs out with a group of muscle head friends, and it seems that even his girlfriend Kristy can't stand him. At the end of the movie a giantess devours him alive while Kristy is shown to be rather indifferent to her loss.

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* The character of Tommy from DudeWheresMyCar ''Film/DudeWheresMyCar'' is not very bright, hangs out with a group of muscle head friends, and it seems that even his girlfriend Kristy can't stand him. At the end of the movie a giantess devours him alive while Kristy is shown to be rather indifferent to her loss.


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* In ''Film/HangmansCurse'', the football jocks are almost all unrepentant bullies. Blake is the outlier, the result of him falling for Elisha, and realizing that, as the one black person in the film's main cast, him bullying a minority group might be a little bit of an asshole maneuver.
20th Dec '16 5:59:07 AM Oecchi
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* Yuri "Yurio" Plisetsky in ''Anime/YuriOnIce''. From the very first episode, he bullies main character Yuri Katsuki and yells at him to retire -- and he knew that the latter was having a breakdown at the time -- just because they have the same name, and even picks on him about it in the next episode. Keep in mind that the man is eight years his senior. And it only gets worse from there, as he endlessly needles Yuri about almost everything, for absolutely no good reason other than the fact that he sees him as a rival.
19th Dec '16 12:58:20 AM yin_13147
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* Sam in ''Webcomic/GeneralProtectionFault'' is [[ZigZaggedTrope an interesting case]]. While the viewer knows that his engagement with Ki did not end well, he's introduced as a nice person. A darker side of him manifests later on, as he insults Fooker, overreacts to Ki getting a haircut, cheats on Ki (

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* Sam in ''Webcomic/GeneralProtectionFault'' is [[ZigZaggedTrope an interesting case]]. While the viewer knows that his engagement with Ki did not end well, he's introduced as a nice person. A darker side of him manifests later on, as he insults Fooker, overreacts to Ki getting a haircut, cheats on Ki (((it's never confirmed, but he married the person he was suspected of seeing) and finally [[spoiler:[[MoralEventHorizon attempts to]] [[AttemptedRape rape Ki]],]] leading to [[ForegoneConclusion their breakup]].
* In ''WebComic/DumbingOfAge'', Danny is nearly assaulted by a bunch of jocks [[FromBadToWorse minutes after being dumped]], only to be rescued by Amazi-Girl. Subverted when he tries to duplicate the event, and can only find [[http://www.dumbingofage.com/2012/comic/book-2/03-the-first-step-towards-recovery/insulted/ a very confused football player.]]
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* This is usually subverted in SurvivalOfTheFittest, but in v1 the baseball team was said to sometimes bully other students despite the fact that they were like brothers to each other, and in v3 a few members of the football team have shown tendencies to do such, with Gentle Giant / Scary Black Man Darnell Butler having had to fight some of them on occasion to stop them from particularly severe actions. Though that doesn't change that he used to be one himself. V3 character Adam Reeves practically epitomizes this trope, with a touch of fatalism and [[SocialDarwinist Social Darwinism]] thrown in. V4 character Phillip Ward, a member of the ice hockey team, is also known to a bully and once beat up Jimmy Brennan during a tryout. Not counting the occasional bullies who're otherwise good people, though, this trope almost never appears in SOTF, which is slightly surprising.
* A textbook example of the narcissistic gloating Jerk Jock is superstrong Captain Hammer, the nemesis of Dr. Horrible in ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', an [[http://www.drhorrible.com/index.html online Supervillain Musical]] by Creator/JossWhedon. Not only does Captain Hammer beat up Dr. Horrible [[BreakTheCutie on a regular basis]], he steals his [[WideEyedIdealist sweet girl]], too. The Jock part is particularly notable in a prequel comic in which it is shown that Captain Hammer believes that goths and any kid really good at math or science are all potential supervillains and advises kids to get them arrested by the police.
* Blake from ''WebVideo/SororityForever'', the president of Omega Tau Omega, is a textbook example.
* The Stuntman from the second season of ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' is not so much a Jerk Jock as an Oblivious Jock, as he's really only an asshole to Codex occasionally because he doesn't understand what's going on with her.
* There are several examples in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse, but Kodiak at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] might be the best, even if he isn't in sports. He's been an Alpha for years, he cut a swath through the hot girls of the school, he has a history of picking on people, and he has now taken over the Alphas. On the other hand, he already got his karmic payback, it turns out he's smart, he has now fallen for a girl who's [[BeautifulAllAlong a nerd]], and he seems to be trying to make all the Alphas behave. But it's an ongoing story, so who knows?
** It is also mentioned that these types played an important role in supervillain [[EmperorScientist Gizmatic]]'s backstory, including two who put both him and Dr. DNA in the hospital for a month; this event led to the creation of [[TheDogBitesBack the Order of The Worn Wrench]]. It was also the cause of his rivalry with the third Champion, who apparently was not such a nice guy before he took up the Champion Force.
* Part of WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}}'s AlternateCharacterInterpretation of [=MuscleBomber2021=].
* Lampshaded in Website/{{Cracked}}'s [[http://www.cracked.com/video_18196_5-classic-movie-high-schools-that-would-suck-to-attend.html 5 Classic Movie High Schools That Would Suck To Attend]], where Soren Bowie states that since he was captain of a few sports teams back in high school, if he were in a sports movie he'd be obligated to kick the nerds' asses out of sheer peer pressure.
* Wesley from [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/i-dated-a-teenage-cyclops-part-one I Dated A Teenage Cyclops]], a story in TheWanderersLibrary, is a textbook example.
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* {{Averted|Trope}} with Lee of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez''. He's great at sports and quite popular around school, but he's friendly to everyone and a great big brother to his three siblings. He occasionally has a moment of arrogance or chauvinism, but he's set straight pretty quickly and usually learns his lesson.
* Vince Chung in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', and the coach's son, whose jerkishness stems from being abused by his father, leading to an awkward scene of him crying in Steve's arms while threatening to beat him up the next day.
* Darren's American football playing older brother Will in ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' is a BigBrotherBully and doesn't think kindly of middle schoolers. Darren himself originally disliked football but was pushed to join the team when he began high school. He TookALevelInJerkAss and even [[spoiler:cheated on Ginger, though at least he broke up with her quickly after the flirting began,]] however it's implied he toned down as an adult.
* Nelson Nash from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''. When Bruce asks Terry about who would hate him enough to use a HumongousMecha to flatten his car, Terry tells him that "The line starts with me and goes around the block twice".
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBuzzOnMaggie'' has her older brother Aldrin.
* Dean Larrity from ''WesternAnimation/CodeMonkeys'' is justified in that he's partially brain damaged and partially retarded, [[VerbalTic "Wutz up!?"]]
* Dash and Kwan from ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom''. Like Spider-Man with Flash, Danny could give them what they deserve in an instant, but not without blowing his secret identity. They had at least one EnemyMine episode, as well.
** However, Danny ''does'' give it to them in one episode - but it backfires horribly when the ghost of picked-on and bullied Sidney Poindexter stumbles upon what Danny is doing and decides to avenge the bullied jocks.
** Additionally, like Spider-Man above, Dash is a big fan of Inviso-Bill [before the Danny Phantom appellation is widely used]. He's quite blatantly a Flash Thompson {{Expy}}.
** Kwan is more of a Jerk Jock Sidekick, as he rarely initiates bullying on his own, and in fact protested when Valerie asked him to "hurt the unpopular boy" for spilling something on her sweater, and only reluctantly went along with it when she growled in response to his protest.
*** Emphasized to its fullest in "Lucky in Love" where Kwan exhibits HiddenDepths of painful loneliness. It indicates he only got popularity through bullying out of desperate desire for friends because he wanted to belong ''somewhere'' then nowhere. If anything, he has a lot in common with an earlier Danny who was also seeking his path in life (ya know, before he [[CharacterDevelopment found it]]).
* Kevin Thompson from ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' is an unusual exception: he's far too stupid to be anything more than an annoyance, and while he bluntly alludes to Daria's unpopularity he still treats her like a friend most of the time. The same goes with Mack, who's less sports-obsessed and ''much'' smarter.
** In one episode a Jerk Jock graduate appears and is killed by the very goal post being put up in his honor. The episode focuses less on revenge, however, than exploring characters' reactions to his death.
* Roger Klotz from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''. Chalky's usually nice, though.
** In the {{retool}}, Roger wins the lottery, causing some interesting developments as he no longer has the sympathetic background. (Previously, he was living in a trailer.) His hitting on [[SpoiledSweet Bebe]] only disgusts her.
** Although to be fair, Roger is actually a pretty mild example. While he's no doubt a bully, Roger often finds himself on civil terms with Doug, and rarely threatens him physically, preferring to stick to immature pranks.
* Kleet in ''WesternAnimation/DudeThatsMyGhost'' Athletic build, check. Brain the size of a walnut, check. Antagonizes Spencer and his friends, check.
* Kevin from ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' does come off as a Jerk Jock because of his arrogance. However, he usually only acts like a jerk towards the Eds and then usually because they've provoked him somehow. Kevin also has average intelligence and sticks up for the other kids if the Eds does something to them (especially when he suspects a scam). All in all he's really not that bad. In the GrandFinale, [[spoiler:even he decides to stand up for Eddy against his brother, who's a way bigger jerk than him.]]
* Lampshaded and Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' where in a ItsAWonderfulPlot episode, becoming a football player made BarbaricBully Francis into a [[LovableJock friendly jock]] due to being able to put his aggression on the field.
* The Black Knight in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. In the only episode where he appears, he sees Peter sitting with his girlfriend and threatens to kill him if he sees him again in the renaissance fair. He even hates Peter as much as telling him to leave the fair when the latter only came to watch the jousting competition in the stands.
* A key part of the plot to ''WesternAnimation/GalaxyHigh.'' Doyle was a cocky sports star who, with bookworm Aimee, is sent to an interstellar high school and naturally assumes he'll be regarded as a hero. Instead, it turns out the aliens prefer smarts over athletics and thus Aimee is the big star while, without football, Doyle has to learn to get by on his own merits.
* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible;'' Brick Flagg might be the boyfriend to [[AlphaBitch Bonnie Rockwaller]], but he's actually pretty decent (if a bit dim) judging from what few appearances he gets. He later [[PutOnABus goes off to college]] in the fourth season and dumps Bonnie.
* Averted and played straight in ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill.'' Hank and his friends were all jocks in high school (Dale only sort of counts, though, being the team's towel manager), but were all friendly, upstanding young men and nice to the rest of the student body. Further, Hank himself believes that the act of being on a sports team and being a good athlete will automatically make you an upstanding citizen. On the other hand, there was an episode involving their old, high school rivals who would barge into their houses and gloat loudly about how they won the big game twenty years after it happened. Further, some of the jocks still in school that Hank encounters over the series, although not outright antagonists, are less-then-friendly.
** Further averted in the episode "Peggy Makes the Big Leagues", in which Peggy meets a talented football player named David who is allowed to stay on the team in spite of his poor grades. When Peggy flunks him, therefore suspending him from the team because of the school's "no pass, no play" policy, it's the teachers and booster club who come after her and practically ostracize her, not David. In fact, throughout the episode, David was never seen as anything other than somewhat oblivious and entitled yet ultimately good natured. When the booster club made a plan to make him look like he had a learning disability, he was furious, and sided with Peggy's decision. Peggy ultimately decided to let him play however, though only after he had worked to raise his grade.
* David in ''WesternAnimation/MonsterAllergy''. After having Annie as a friend, [[spoiler:he stops bullying anyone.]]
** Soup and Ford, his minions, are also under this trope.
** In the comic, David was a closet bookworm all along.
* Averted in ''WesternAnimation/MovilleMysteries''. The school jock is extremely talented and popular (and [[BookDumb dumb]]), but he's also one of the nicest guys around.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** [[BitchInSheepsClothing Gilda]] is a female example of this trope. She's a griffin who Rainbow Dash knew in Junior Speedsters, and [[PetTheDog does genuinely care about her]]. However, [[FantasticRacism she thinks most ponies are "lame"]], and bullies a number of Ponyville's residents when she visits.
** Then there are the two muscleheaded Cloudsdale colts [[KickTheDog who mocked]] [[ShrinkingViolet Fluttershy]] for her weak flying skills during "The Cutie Mark Chronicles". They didn't exactly grow out of their habits in adulthood either; they were still shown picking on Rainbow Dash in "Sonic Rainboom".
** Rainbow Dash herself is a [[JerkWithAHeartofGold mixture]] of a Jerk Jock and a LovableJock. She does have characteristics of the typical Jerk Jock, such as arrogance and an obnoxious attitude, but her worst traits intersect with her [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold more altruistic traits,]] such as her UndyingLoyalty towards Equestria and her [[TrueCompanions friends,]] her [[BullyHunter protection of Fluttershy]] against the real Jerk Jocks in The Cutie Mark Chronicles, calling out her old friend Gilda in "Griffon the Brush-off", and the fact that while she is [[BrutalHonesty bluntly honest,]] she's never gone out of her way to intentionally harm anyone, unlike [[BitchInSheepsClothing Gilda]], for example. Underneath her rough exterior, it's not hard to find an obnoxious, but kind-hearted well-meaning pony. She is more of a aversion in later episodes especially getting an interest in books, defending and trying to cheer Fluttershy, and having genuinely soft moments especially when around children like [[MoralityPet Scootaloo]] who is also a LovableJock.
** Lightning Dust from "Wonderbolt Academy" is a straight example however. Her sole motivation is to be #1, contrasting to Rainbow Dash's, whose motivations consist of juggling protecting her friends and hometown with training to join the Wonderbolts. Unlike Rainbow Dash, Lightning Dust is [[LackofEmpathy uncaring]], [[ItsAllAboutMe selfish]], and mercenary, which establish her as a reckless, unpleasant {{Jerkass}}.
** "Rarity Investigates!" gives us retired Wonderbolt Wind Rider, and hoo-boy, he makes Lightning Dust look like a philanthropist. His sole motivation is to maintain his speed record from his GloryDays. So what if Rainbow Dash idolizes him and regards him as an inspiration?
** Speaking of the Wonderbolts, they too can be Jerk Jocks at times, to the point of [[RonTheDeathEater many fanfic writers painting them in sociopathic lights]]. Spitfire and Fleetfoot especially in the episodes Rainbow Falls, and especially Newbie Dash where they abandon their fallen teammate Soarin, and in the latter episode, haze Rainbow Dash with a name her childhood bullies came up with, even Soarin joined in. However, they all were given embarrassing nicknames as a part of their job to motivate themselves. While they have moments of good judgment and altruism like Rainbow Dash, especially Soarin in "Rarity Investigates!" Spitfire loves to act like a DrillSergeantNasty to her fellow Wonderbolts and cadets at the academy. But then it's revealed in Friends Forever 11, she doesn't know how to teach and order ponies any other way, and that her DrillSergeantNasty attitude is because of being born into her Wonderbolt career.
* Parodied with Jared and Blaine on ''WesternAnimation/TheOblongs''. They're dumb bullies who will often pause their bullying for a moment to talk about their philosophy of life or their therapists.
* Skeebo from ''WesternAnimation/PacManAndTheGhostlyAdventures''. When he's not making fun of Pac, he's making some misguided attempt to assert his superiority over him.
* Lawson in ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' plays this trope straight. Averted with Vince.
%%* Buzz in ''WesternAnimation/TheReplacements''.
* Donnie Turnbull, Tommy's older brother on ''WesternAnimation/{{Robotboy}}''. Forget Jerk Jock. Look up "douchebag" and you'll see Donnie's picture.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan''. Just like in the original comics, Flash Tompson is a star high school football player and a typical jock and bully who mercilessly bullies his nerdy classmate Peter Parker but greatly admires the costumed superhero Spider-Man, an irony in which the superhero takes some gratification.This version of flash continues to bully his nerdy classmate Peter Parker, even when Peter already has already been bitten by the radioactive spider and Flash is always trying to outsmart Parker but usually fails. In the series, he dates Liz Allan until they break up, seemingly due to Liz developing a crush on Peter and also great admirer of the hero Spider-Man. In the episode which Peter's aunt has had a heart attack, some of the kids at school express their sympathies to Peter (who at the time is being manipulated by the black suit). Peter tells them that their sympathy won't pay the medical bills and that they can go to hell. Flash later calls him out on this, since some of those people were ''his'' friends. Still, even though beating Flash up would be somewhat justified (grief over his aunt, plus long history of being bullied should be enough to make anyone snap), this comment allows to Peter to wise up and get rid of the black suit. He later goes to thank Flash who in return, is quite polite (well, for Flash anyway).
** Flash in this series all round is a little more three dimensional. A notable example is when the class receives their test results. Liz, his girlfriend, receives a D and he can see she is visibly upset by it. He then sees the teacher praising Peter on getting yet another A and decides to get even by throwing a football at him. Not exactly justified, but you can actually see it from his point of view.
** Another example is in the second season when Harry returns from his rehab and lets it slip that the reason he left was to recover from his addiction and not a vacation. Flash is, not surprisingly, pissed that Harry was juiced during his time on the team, because that would mean they'd lose the football championship he busted his leg for. Later in the episode the trophy is taken away and the coach informs them they have to wait for the investigation. Everyone assumes Harry was the one who came clean, only for Flash to step up and admit he was the one who told the coach, saying there was no point in having it if they didn't win it fair.
* The VerySpecialEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' about bullying and guns had Nick Connor, who repeatedly bullied a kid named Jimmy to the point where Jimmy brought a gun to school and nearly killed him (Richie got shot instead when someone tried to tackle Jimmy). Nick got off with a short suspension and some other fairly mild punishment. However, it should also be noted that Nick's parents are briefly shown looking very angry and disappointed in him, and Virgil makes a comment that Nick will probably never win any more popularity awards, so while Nick's punishment is light, Nick also loses his positive reputation, so there's that, at least.
* There a few of these in ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan'', including Brandon Chase, Baron and a few unnamed high school students. Averted with Edwin "Meat" Kapinski, however.
* Palmer of ''WesternAnimation/TitanMaximum'' is what happens when you make a HotBlooded egotistical Jerk Jock the hero of a HumongousMecha series. Hint: It doesn't end well.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland Total Drama]]:''
** Eva from Season 1 is a rare female version, who intimidates her fellow contestants with her HairTriggerTemper.
** {{Averted|Trope}} with Tyler who looks like a jock and is obsessed with sports (though [[SmallNameBigEgo not actually very good at them]]) yet is generally decent to everyone and DJ who is a star quarterback but is considered the nicest contestant on the island.
** Played straight with arrogant and violent footballer Lightning in ''Revenge of The Island'' who takes the Jerk part to a whole new level after Scott's eliminated.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace'' had the [[BigBad Ice Dancers]] and [=MacArthur=]. The latter does grow out of it some by the show's end.
* ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' Flash Thompson acts like the typical jerk that he is most continuities. But it's all a facade to hide the fact that his family is poor, and he tries to act like they're pretty well off. But when Flash finds out someone he bullied got hooked on mutagen in an effort to get revenge, he's horrified and tries to convince the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents that it's not all the kid's fault. Sadly, Spider-Man informs Flash that even though he'd fessed up, it can't change what his former victim did. Flash looks heartbroken. This ends up being the start of a HeelFaceTurn for Flash, which ultimately rewards him the Venom symbiote and a place with S.H.I.E.L.D. as the trainee Agent Venom.
* Rocko of ''WesternAnimation/{{Undergrads}}'' isn't much of an athlete, but he's pretty big and muscular and he sure is a jerk.
* Duncan from ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' makes his debut with two of his friends about to beat Toad to a pulp. (Although to be fair, Toad had just stolen their wallets.) He only manages to get worse once mutants are exposed. His every appearance following the reveal in the second season has him [[BullyingADragon harassing the X-kids or other mutants]] in some form. It does eventually bite him in the ass, thankfully.
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