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15th Feb '17 11:44:42 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': At one point, Makoto Niijima has a discussion with her elder sister Sae about the morality of the [[AntiHeroTeam Phantom Thieves of Hearts]], during which Makoto innocently comments that she believes their [[DisappearedDad late father]] would have supported them. Sae has a rather low opinion of their father and his ideals, especially since said ideals led to him being killed in action, and hearing Makoto say that causes her to lose her temper and verbally attack her younger sister, going so far as to flat-out tell Makoto to her face that she's "a burden in my existence." As soon as Makoto breaks down in tears, Sae gets hit with this and tries to apologize.
13th Feb '17 10:04:16 AM Kakai
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* ''Literature/TheWitchlands'': Merik realizes that for the past few weeks, he's been going full-on IRejectYourReality and ItsAllAboutMe when the only person left willing to put up with his moods leaves him after giving him a brief TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.
11th Feb '17 10:42:46 AM Andyroid
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoBatmanMovie'', it takes [[spoiler: getting sent to the Phantom Zone and having Phyllis the guardian point out all the times he's pushed people away]] to make Batman realize how much damage his lone-wolf vigilante shtick has done to his life.
5th Feb '17 8:45:09 PM LadyStar525
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** In "The New Lars", when Steven spends the whole day in his body. Lars was depressed and shocked to find out what Steven and everybody (including his own parents) liked the "new" him and didn't noticed or missed him at all. That when he decided to still act like himself but more nicer and open about his feelings.
2nd Feb '17 6:20:50 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''Manga/FruitsBasket'': At the funeral for Kyoko, Tohru's mother, Kakeru had the gall to tell her to her face, right in the middle of said funeral, that she wasn't the only one who lost a parent in the accident (his girlfriend Komoki's father was the driver who killed Kyoko, and he died in the accident as well) and [[QuitYourWhining she was being whiny and disgusting for openly grieving]]. He is hit by this soon after, especially after Komoki threatens to break up with him in disgust for his actions, and the guilt weights on his mind for years until he and Tohru talk it out.
1st Feb '17 5:32:04 PM ngh93
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** In the April Fools Day episode, Spongebob keeps pulling silly and (to Squidward) annoying pranks on everyone (such as not putting ice in a customer's drink, which Spongebob thinks is hilarious), Squidward then sets up a elaborate, physically painful and rather cruel prank on Spongebob that causes the latter to leave the Krusty Krab in tears. After all the customers call Squidward out on this and leave, Squidward looks around and seems the damage his "harmless" prank did to the Krusty Krab and [=SpongeBob=] and realizes he went too far.

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** In the April Fools Day episode, Spongebob keeps pulling silly and (to Squidward) annoying pranks on everyone (such as not putting ice in a customer's drink, which Spongebob thinks is hilarious), Squidward then sets up a an elaborate, physically painful painful, and rather cruel prank on Spongebob that causes the latter to leave the Krusty Krab in tears. After all the customers call Squidward out on this and leave, Squidward looks around and seems the damage his "harmless" prank did to the Krusty Krab and [=SpongeBob=] and realizes he went too far.
29th Jan '17 8:16:29 PM eowynjedi
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* In the third ''Series/HoratioHornblower'' telefilm, Midshipman Hunter hates Horatio's penchant for prudence and "cheating" tactics, believing himself to be braver and more dutiful. When they're captured, Hunter disobeys orders by forming his own escape plan, which ends in total disaster. Horatio immediately claims that the whole thing was ''his'' idea, knowing that he'll be shoved in the PunishmentBox that broke another shipmate, and refuses all persuasion to tell the truth. Hunter realizes his error, becoming quite subdued and anxious about how Horatio is suffering in his stead.
23rd Jan '17 6:55:26 PM Luppercus
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* A lot of episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' start with Gruffi been mean to the other characters due to one of their perceived flaws like; be too young and irresponsible, be too old and unwieldy with magic, be too childish, having love for an activity that he considers useless like art or sailing, etc., just for that character to do [[MomentOfAwesome something incredibly heroic]] at the end of the episode proving him wrong. When this action often seems to be a HeroicSacrifice he shows deep remorse for the dead of his friend and regrets all his harsh words promising not to do it again if the characters were alive. Of course, [[ThouShaltNotKill the character is never dead]] and he never keep his promise as [[StatusQuoIsGod hes mean again in the next episode]].

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* A lot of episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' start with Gruffi been mean to the other characters due to one of their perceived flaws like; be too young and irresponsible, be too old and unwieldy with magic, be too childish, having love for an activity that he considers useless like art or sailing, etc., just for that character to do [[MomentOfAwesome something incredibly heroic]] at the end of the episode proving him wrong. When this action often seems to be a HeroicSacrifice he shows deep remorse for the dead of his friend and regrets all his harsh words promising not to do it again if the characters were alive. Of course, [[ThouShaltNotKill the character is never dead]] and he never keep keeps his promise as [[StatusQuoIsGod hes mean again in the next episode]].
23rd Jan '17 6:53:53 PM Luppercus
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* A lot of episodes of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' start with Gruffi been mean to the other characters due to one of their perceived flaws like; be too young and irresponsible, be too old and unwieldy with magic, be too childish, having love for an activity that he considers useless like art or sailing, etc., just for that character to do [[MomentOfAwesome something incredibly heroic]] at the end of the episode proving him wrong. When this action often seems to be a HeroicSacrifice he shows deep remorse for the dead of his friend and regrets all his harsh words promising not to do it again if the characters were alive. Of course, [[ThouShaltNotKill the character is never dead]] and he never keep his promise as [[StatusQuoIsGod hes mean again in the next episode]].
5th Jan '17 9:21:19 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'': Early on in the game, when Ilia discovers a wound on Epona's leg, she furiously chews Link out, believing that he had been pushing Epona too hard and had injured her jumping over fences. She gets hit with this when Colin explains to her that the reason Epona had been injured is because Link had taken her into the forest to save Talo from monsters; though Ilia ''did'' know of that, she didn't know the full story.
-->'''Ilia''': I had no idea... I hadn't heard the details about Talo's capture...
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