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15th Aug '16 7:19:29 PM ajitter89
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** In the end it's her treatment of [[TheIngenue Kathy Seldon]] and her attempt at destroying her career by forcing Kathy into a contract as Lina's dubbed voice both on screen and off that ultimately cements her as the BitchInSheepsClothing and the films Antagonist.
4th Aug '16 12:37:58 PM talltalltree
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** In another story, the Outlaws meet Anthony Martin, a child star famous because of his mother's literary works about him (a parody of Creator/AAMilne's works about his son Christopher Robin.) Anthony is ''not'' the sweet, angelic child that his mother and the press portray him as; and the Outlaws finally get their own back when they manage to record him verbally abusing his nanny.


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** Another episode was based around ''Scaredy-Cam'', a hidden camera prank show. Terry, the host, seems friendly on camera but is abusive towards the backstage staff and rude to the participants, as well as deliberately endangering their safety. One participant explicitly says that Terry seemed much nicer on TV than he is in real life.
21st Jun '16 3:26:57 AM TheBuddy26
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''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease There are numerous gossip magazines and websites that delve into this exact thing, and celebrities are held to higher standards of "nice" than normal people; having a short temper on a stressful day of work can be spun into making one sound like [[{{Demonization}} the most colossal bitch/douchebag on the planet]].''

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13th Jun '16 1:08:09 PM TrendingToon1
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* In ''Film/KangarooJack: G'Day U.S.A.!'', the star of a children's zoology show is actually a smuggler of exotic animals.
* Thunderbolt's sidekick Lil' Lightning in the sequel to ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians''. Onstage and on TV he's portrayed as being tough and serious, but in real life, he's jealous of Thunderbolt stealing his spotlight.
* Stinky Pete the Prospector from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2''. He is actually based on the loyal friend to Sheriff Woody in an old children's show called ''Woody's Roundup'', but the toy version of him is ''very'' evil (and second only to [[spoiler:[[WesternAnimation/ToyStory3 Lotso]]]]). He hates other toys because he is constantly sealed within a cardboard box, and as a result he wants to remain in the box forever, and therefore he also wants ''other'' toys to be contained within their boxes as well. He ultimately gets his comeuppance by being stuffed inside a backpack full of painted {{Franchise/Barbie}} dolls, and is later revealed to have liked being painted like said dolls.



* In ''Film/KangarooJack: G'Day U.S.A.!'', the star of a children's zoology show is actually a smuggler of exotic animals.



* Stinky Pete the Prospector from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2''. He is actually based on the loyal friend to Sheriff Woody in an old children's show called ''Woody's Roundup'', but the toy version of him is ''very'' evil (and second only to [[spoiler:[[WesternAnimation/ToyStory3 Lotso]]]]). He hates other toys because he is constantly sealed within a cardboard box, and as a result he wants to remain in the box forever, and therefore he also wants ''other'' toys to be contained within their boxes as well. He ultimately gets his comeuppance by being stuffed inside a backpack full of painted {{Franchise/Barbie}} dolls, and is later revealed to have liked being painted like said dolls.


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** [[MeanCharacterNiceActor Inverted]] with Mitsuki and Gonard. On TV they portray the team's bad girl and main villain, but in real life they're good friends to Mikey, with Mitsuki serving as Lily's MoralityPet.
18th May '16 2:04:38 PM kawaiineko333
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* In WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman, Bojack's character in the ShowWithinAShow, "''Horsin' Around''," is a bumbling father figure who means well for his children. Off-camera, he's a rude and bitter alcoholic.
16th May '16 10:13:02 AM G-MANN
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** Sideshow Bob, in his debut episode "Krusty Gets Busted", starts off as a silent stooge to Krusty, then once he takes over the show he is a beautifully eloquent and gracious host who actually seems to care about producing educational programming for children. But of course Bart and Lisa uncover his framing of Krusty and reveal his true colors live on air. In all his subsequent appearances he has become a murderous criminal mastermind.

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** Sideshow Bob, in his debut episode "Krusty Gets Busted", starts off as a silent stooge to Krusty, then once he takes over the show he is a beautifully eloquent and gracious host who actually seems wants to care about producing produce educational programming for children.children (though his ultra-highbow style is less child-friendly than Krusty's slapstick). But of course Bart and Lisa uncover his framing of Krusty and reveal his true colors live on air. In all his subsequent appearances he has become a murderous criminal mastermind.
16th May '16 10:07:33 AM G-MANN
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** Krusty himself is sometimes this kind of gruff kids show host archetype.
** Sideshow Bob is a flat out villain.

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** Krusty himself is sometimes this kind of gruff kids show host archetype.
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** Sideshow Bob Bob, in his debut episode "Krusty Gets Busted", starts off as a silent stooge to Krusty, then once he takes over the show he is a flat out villain.beautifully eloquent and gracious host who actually seems to care about producing educational programming for children. But of course Bart and Lisa uncover his framing of Krusty and reveal his true colors live on air. In all his subsequent appearances he has become a murderous criminal mastermind.
16th May '16 9:52:59 AM G-MANN
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* Similar to the above example, an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' involved Stewie's desire to move to Great Britain so he could live with Mother Maggie, the host of his favorite children's show. He gets to meet her and learns that the fantasy world of Mother Maggie is nothing but a stage, and Mother Maggie herself absolutely hates children.

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* Similar to the above example, an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' involved Stewie's desire to move to Great Britain so he could live with the angelic Mother Maggie, the host of his favorite children's show. He gets to meet her and learns favourite show "Jolly Farm Revue". But once he arrives at the BBC studio he discovers that the fantasy world of Mother Maggie Jolly Farm is nothing but only a stage, set and Mother Maggie herself absolutely is a foul-mouthed fishwife who hates children.
23rd Apr '16 2:21:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''FatherTed'' had a parody of Irish singer Daniel O'Donnell. Like O'Donnell, Eoin [=McLove=] is a "Housewives' Favourite" who performs quietly pleasant acoustic songs. Unlike O'Donnell, he's actually a PsychopathicManchild.
* In one episode of ''{{Cybill}}'', Cybill's car gets towed away when she parked on Creator/BettyWhite's parking place. Reason: "In real life, Betty White actually isn't such a nice person."

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* ''FatherTed'' ''Series/FatherTed'' had a parody of Irish singer Daniel O'Donnell. Like O'Donnell, Eoin [=McLove=] is a "Housewives' Favourite" who performs quietly pleasant acoustic songs. Unlike O'Donnell, he's actually a PsychopathicManchild.
* In one episode of ''{{Cybill}}'', ''Series/{{Cybill}}'', Cybill's car gets towed away when she parked on Creator/BettyWhite's parking place. Reason: "In real life, Betty White actually isn't such a nice person."
21st Mar '16 11:36:03 AM 3rdStringPG
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** Lisa's onetime idol Alaska Nebraska, a parody of Series/HannahMontana (and possibly Creator/MileyCyrus herself) voiced by Creator/EllenPage. A wholesome teen idol on television and in her music, Alaska Nebraska is dismissive and vain when Lisa finally gets to meet her.
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