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10th Sep '16 1:33:59 PM KingLyger
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* Pete in ''Film/AGoofyMovie''. Whereas in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', Pete was just a heartless {{jerkass}} who only cared about himself, the film version of Pete wants to legitimately help Goofy raise Max better. The problem is that Pete is very cynical and condescending, especially towards children of any age, so Pete just assumes Max is bad and works from there. [[spoiler:And while [[JerkassHasAPoint Pete turns out to be right about Max changing Goofy's map]], Pete never suggests that Goofy talk to his son, just punish him so Max doesn't talk back.]]
23rd Aug '16 7:07:11 PM Tigerozen
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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. On the last episode of the latest [third] season, he even considers himself "a poison that destroys everything he touches" after one of his colleagues from his old sitcom days, dies because of him. To put itsimply, he almost has no one left.

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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead.dead (just to name a few). He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. On the last episode of the latest [third] season, he even considers himself "a poison that destroys everything he touches" after one of his colleagues from his old sitcom days, days dies because of him. To put itsimply, And now that everyone else has moved on to pursue their own life, he almost has no one left.
23rd Aug '16 7:05:03 PM Tigerozen
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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. On the last episode of the latest [third] season, he even considers himself "a poison that destroys everything he touches" after one of his colleagues from his old sitcom days, dies because of him. To put itsimply, he almost has no one left.
23rd Aug '16 6:57:46 PM Tigerozen
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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. As of the end of the recent [third] season, he almost has no one left.
23rd Aug '16 6:57:10 PM Tigerozen
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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, old colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. As of the end of the recent [third] season, he almost has no one left.

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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, old colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. As of the end of the recent [third] season, he almost has no one left.
23rd Aug '16 6:55:41 PM Tigerozen
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* The titular character ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, old colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. As of the end of the recent [third] season, he almost has no one left.



* The titular character ''[[WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman]]'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, old colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. As of the end of the recent [third] season, he almost has no one left.
23rd Aug '16 6:55:01 PM Tigerozen
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* The titular character ''[[WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman]]'' can be the most recent and extreme living proof of this. His miserable and self-destructive lifestyle (for lack of a better term) had caused many of his friends, lovers, old colleagues, and the like (just to name a few) to be let down, screwed over, heartbroken, pushed away, or even dead. He is well aware of his toxic attitude, and those close to him call him out on this on more than one occasion, but almost never attempts to make up for it until it's too late. As of the end of the recent [third] season, he almost has no one left.
12th Aug '16 9:02:26 PM Lego3400
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* ''VideoGame/Disgaea3AbsenceOfJustice'': Princess Sapphire has some interesting ideas on how she should help Almaz once she learns of his predicament. Most of them involve [[MurderIsTheBestSolution killing someone]], as [[AxCrazy almost all of her ideas do]].

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* ''VideoGame/Disgaea3AbsenceOfJustice'': Princess Sapphire has some interesting ideas on how she should help Almaz once she learns of his predicament. Most of them involve [[MurderIsTheBestSolution killing someone]], as [[AxCrazy almost all of her ideas do]]. That said [[spoiler: she and Almaz end up married at the end of the game]], so she does grow out of it, at least where he's concerned. Given the fact that [[spoiler: his temporary death]] is the first thing in a LONG time that causes her to cry, it's shown how much she does actually care. She wasn't even able to cry at her mother's funeral.
31st Jul '16 5:31:56 AM Laevatein
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** In one JMichaelStraczyniski-penned ''SpiderMan'' issue, Spidey defeats the villain-of-the-month using a modified version of a plan he had to take down the Hulk, and mentions that most of the Marvel Universe's heroes have plans for taking each other down, although it isn't something they like to talk about.
7th Jun '16 5:44:12 AM LancelotG
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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': Although there's little doubt that [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Lord Hater]] is a bad guy, his [[TheDragon right-hand man]] Commander Peepers is largely responsible for channeling his [[EvilIsPetty unmotivated evildoing]] into a quest for galactic domination.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': Although there's little doubt that [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Lord Hater]] is a bad guy, his [[TheDragon right-hand man]] Commander Peepers is largely responsible for channeling his [[EvilIsPetty unmotivated evildoing]] into a quest for galactic domination. He has been known to work behind his boss's back, as when he took out a series of bounty hunters hired by Hater to capture Wander and Sylvia, since he [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou wanted the credit of capturing them himself.]]
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