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11th Aug '16 7:02:01 AM rafi
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Bart does this to his teacher, Mrs. Krabappel, in "Bart the Lover," as part of his impersonating a possible love interest. Angry at being punished for damaging the classroom aquarium, Bart decides to get revenge by exploiting her increasingly loneliness and desire for companionship ... by sending her love notes from a man named "Woodrow." Edna sees hope that "Woodrow" is the man she had been seeking all along, and asks to go out on a date. Edna meticulously prepares for the date at a fine restaurant, and Bart cackles evily as he sees her go inside; however, when he returns later to the restaurant, "Woodrow" has never showed, and Edna – unaware that Woodrow doesn't exist – is near tears; only then does Bart feel remorse. (He and his parents – fearing the truth would hurt her more than forcing Bart to confess and accept what surely would be severe consequences – eventually writes a farewell note from "Woodrow.")

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Bart does this to his teacher, Mrs. Krabappel, in "Bart the Lover," as part of his impersonating a possible love interest. Angry at being punished for damaging the classroom aquarium, Bart decides to get revenge by exploiting her increasingly loneliness and desire for companionship ... by sending her love notes from interest, a man named "Woodrow." Edna sees hope that "Woodrow" is the man she had been seeking all along, and asks to go out on a date. Edna meticulously prepares for the date at a fine restaurant, restaurant and Bart cackles evily as he sees her go inside; however, when he returns later to the restaurant, "Woodrow" has never showed, and Edna – unaware that Woodrow doesn't exist – she is near tears; only then does Bart feel remorse. (He He and his parents – fearing the truth would hurt her more than forcing Bart to confess and accept what surely would be severe consequences – eventually writes a farewell note from "Woodrow.")"
11th Aug '16 6:45:24 AM erforce
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* ''Film/TheToxicAvenger''. It gets worse for Melvin... [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge and then]], [[OhCrap everybody else]] who is evil. A much less violent and gruesome version happens with the children's cartoon adaptation (yes, really), ''Toxic Crusaders''.

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* ''Film/TheToxicAvenger''. It gets worse for Melvin... [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge and then]], [[OhCrap everybody else]] who is evil. A much less violent and gruesome version happens with the children's cartoon adaptation (yes, really), ''Toxic Crusaders''.''WesternAnimation/ToxicCrusaders''.
5th Aug '16 9:08:28 PM AdorasaurusRex
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* ''Series/AmericanDad'': In S04E20, Roger and Hayley go to the mall, and later argue over who a CraigsList Missed Connection is about. They both return to the mall where a frat boy approaches Roger and not Hayley. Roger believes the frat boy finds him to be more attractive than Hayley, but the boy then brings Roger to a pig party at the fraternity. Roger returns home and apologizes to Hayley, and he then dresses as a frat boy and brings Hayley to the pig party as his date.
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21st Mar '16 3:26:50 PM StFan
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* In a series of ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' comics, Paige receives letters from a "secret admirer". The letters are actually from her brother Peter, who leaves her out in the rain for hours while she waits for her nonexistent secret admirer to show up.
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* In ''{{Film/Casper}}'', a boy asks the main character, Cat, out on a date. It turns out that he only does this to sabotage her Halloween party.

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* Happened on ''{{Series/Glee}}'' as a way of giving Sue a taste of her own medicine. And to Puck--Lauren stood him up to make him want her more.
* In ''{{Series/Friends}}'' episode "The One With The Blind Dates", Phoebe and Joey scheme to get Rachel and Ross back together by intentionally setting them up on horrible dates so that they will want to get back with each other. However, Joey accidentally sets Ross up with someone who would be perfect for him (but awful to Joey), so he just tells the woman not to come and Ross ends up thinking he was stood up.

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* Happened on ''{{Series/Glee}}'' ''Series/{{Glee}}'' as a way of giving Sue a taste of her own medicine. And to Puck--Lauren stood him up to make him want her more.
* In ''{{Series/Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'' episode "The One With The Blind Dates", Phoebe and Joey scheme to get Rachel and Ross back together by intentionally setting them up on horrible dates so that they will want to get back with each other. However, Joey accidentally sets Ross up with someone who would be perfect for him (but awful to Joey), so he just tells the woman not to come and Ross ends up thinking he was stood up.



* In ''MyNameIsEarl'', one person on Earl's list is a lonely, depressed man with NoSocialSkills named Philo, who has attempted suicide multiple times. It turns out, though, that Philo has a crush on Joy (even though she's already married to Darnell) and [[StalkerWithACrush watches her hang her underwear on the clothesline]]. Earl goes to talk to her about this, reasoning that if she can give him ''one'' nice date, it'll build up Philo's confidence enough that he'll be able to find a woman who's actually available. Joy agrees to this, especially as she wants to try OperationJealousy on Darnell after he claimed that he doesn't get jealous when other guys check her out. [[spoiler: She ends up having sex with Darnell in the men's bathroom. But while Earl worries that Philo will attempt suicide again, it turns out that Philo is OK now that he has Earl and Randy to hang out with...even if they do view him as the TheFriendNobodyLikes.]]

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* In ''MyNameIsEarl'', ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', one person on Earl's list is a lonely, depressed man with NoSocialSkills named Philo, who has attempted suicide multiple times. It turns out, though, that Philo has a crush on Joy (even though she's already married to Darnell) and [[StalkerWithACrush watches her hang her underwear on the clothesline]]. Earl goes to talk to her about this, reasoning that if she can give him ''one'' nice date, it'll build up Philo's confidence enough that he'll be able to find a woman who's actually available. Joy agrees to this, especially as she wants to try OperationJealousy on Darnell after he claimed that he doesn't get jealous when other guys check her out. [[spoiler: She ends up having sex with Darnell in the men's bathroom. But while Earl worries that Philo will attempt suicide again, it turns out that Philo is OK now that he has Earl and Randy to hang out with...even if they do view him as the TheFriendNobodyLikes.]]

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* In a series of ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' comics, Paige receives letters from a "secret admirer". The letters are actually from her brother Peter, who leaves her out in the rain for hours while she waits for her nonexistent secret admirer to show up.

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* Peter is set up by [[JerkJock Flash]] and some classmates this way in an issue of ''ComicBook/MarvelAdventures {{Franchise/Spider-Man}}'', where they trick him into believing he has a date with Liz Allan. This ends up being subverted where, whilst it was still a prank, when Liz learns she's less than amused and decides to go on a date with Peter anyway.

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* Peter is set up by [[JerkJock Flash]] and some classmates this way in an issue of ''ComicBook/MarvelAdventures {{Franchise/Spider-Man}}'', Franchise/SpiderMan'', where they trick him into believing he has a date with Liz Allan. This ends up being subverted where, whilst it was still a prank, when Liz learns she's less than amused and decides to go on a date with Peter anyway.




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* ''Film/{{Carrie 1976}}'', or so she thought. (The date itself was benign, but the two antagonists made sure it went ''very'' wrong. [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge So she responded.]])
* ''Film/TheToxicAvenger''. It gets worse for Melvin... [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge and then]], [[OhCrap everybody else]] who is evil.
** A much less violent and gruesome version happens with the children's cartoon adaptation (yes, really), ''Toxic Crusaders''.
* Josie's real high school prom in ''Film/NeverBeenKissed''. The most popular boy in school asks her to prom - and throws eggs at her from the limo with his friends on the night.

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* ''Film/{{Carrie 1976}}'', ''Film/{{Carrie|1976}}'', or so she thought. (The date itself was benign, but the two antagonists made sure it went ''very'' wrong. [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge So she responded.]])
* ''Film/TheToxicAvenger''. It gets worse for Melvin... [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge and then]], [[OhCrap everybody else]] who is evil.
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evil. A much less violent and gruesome version happens with the children's cartoon adaptation (yes, really), ''Toxic Crusaders''.
* Josie's real high school prom in ''Film/NeverBeenKissed''. The most popular boy in school asks her to prom - -- and throws eggs at her from the limo with his friends on the night.




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* Used twice in the same episode in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''. Ulrich sends a text to Sissi, asking to meet her at the garden shed, where she is instead jumped on and licked by Kiwi (a dog) while Ulrich and Odd taunt her. In revenge, Sissi reports Kiwi to the school authorities. Post-RTTP, having learned not to put Odd's dog in danger, Ulrich, Odd, Jeremie, and Yumi prank-date and humiliate Sissi AND Herb, who is an unlucky enough geek as it is and is now left with Sissi's wrath after getting his hopes up. [[MoralDissonance These are the heroes of the story doing this.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/EightCrazyNights'', the former AlphaBitch of Whitey’s high school class confesses (in song!) that she told Whitey to meet her at the prom, and he showed up only for her, her real date and all of his classmates to laugh at him, saying they couldn’t believe he thought she was serious. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone She’s not proud of it.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': "Bart the Lover" – see above for plot explanation; Bart sets Edna up with "Woodrow's" love notes hoping to humiliate her and get revenge for being punished.

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* Used twice in the same episode in ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''. Ulrich sends a text to Sissi, asking to meet her at the garden shed, where she is instead jumped on and licked by Kiwi (a dog) while Ulrich and Odd taunt her. In revenge, Sissi reports Kiwi to the school authorities. Post-RTTP, having learned not to put Odd's dog in danger, Ulrich, Odd, Jeremie, Jérémie, and Yumi prank-date and humiliate Sissi AND Herb, who is an unlucky enough geek as it is and is now left with Sissi's wrath after getting his hopes up. [[MoralDissonance These are the heroes of the story doing this.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/EightCrazyNights'', the former AlphaBitch of Whitey’s Whitey's high school class confesses (in song!) that she told Whitey to meet her at the prom, and he showed up only for her, her real date and all of his classmates to laugh at him, saying they couldn’t couldn't believe he thought she was serious. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone She’s She's not proud of it.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': "Bart the Lover" -- see above for plot explanation; Bart sets Edna up with "Woodrow's" love notes hoping to humiliate her and get revenge for being punished.




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* This was meant to be a Dogfight and ended up a straight up Setup for Humiliation in an ''ArchieComics'' bit in which Veronica went with a rich guy to his estate only to find out that she was the last item on the scavenger hunt list, the thing no one else had managed to get: a "townie." Archie and the gang got back at them for that one.

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* The French movie ''Film/TheDinnerGame'' is centered on this, but without the "date" part.
** And the American remake, ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks'', starring Creator/SteveCarell.

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* This was meant to be a Dogfight and ended up a straight up Setup for Humiliation in an ''ArchieComics'' ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' bit in which Veronica went with a rich guy to his estate only to find out that she was the last item on the scavenger hunt list, the thing no one else had managed to get: a "townie." Archie and the gang got back at them for that one.

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* The French movie ''Film/TheDinnerGame'' is centered on this, but without the "date" part.
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* ''TheBradyBunch'': "Cindy Brady, Lady," an episode that saw Cindy go through a fit of wanting to act older than her age had a key plotline where Bobby – wanting to help his sister – poses as a "secret admirer," who is impressed by her maturity and tastes in what older kids do. Cindy takes the bait and wants to meet this mysterious boy, but Mike immediately figures out what's going on and tells Bobby to confess his trick to Cindy. Bobby bluffs his way out of his father's request long enough to get a classmate, Tommy, to pose as the "secret admirer." When Tommy wants to act his age and is disappointed at Cindy's apparent "mature" tastes, he tries to walk off ... only for Cindy to immediately admit she still wants to be a kid.

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* ''TheBradyBunch'': ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': "Cindy Brady, Lady," an episode that saw Cindy go through a fit of wanting to act older than her age had a key plotline where Bobby – wanting to help his sister – poses as a "secret admirer," who is impressed by her maturity and tastes in what older kids do. Cindy takes the bait and wants to meet this mysterious boy, but Mike immediately figures out what's going on and tells Bobby to confess his trick to Cindy. Bobby bluffs his way out of his father's request long enough to get a classmate, Tommy, to pose as the "secret admirer." When Tommy wants to act his age and is disappointed at Cindy's apparent "mature" tastes, he tries to walk off ... only for Cindy to immediately admit she still wants to be a kid.




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* The SamCooke song "Another Saturday Night" mentions a guy who sets the narrator up with his sister, "who looked so fine/but instead of bein' my deliverance/she had a strange resemblance/ to a cat named Franchise/{{Frankenstein}}"

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* Chloë attempts this with Ray in the movie ''Film/InBruges''. Doesn't quite go according to plan.

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* Chloë attempts this with Ray in the movie ''Film/InBruges''. Doesn't quite go according to plan.




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* Albert is propositioned by a peasant girl at the Carnival in Rome in ''Literature/TheCountOfMonteCristo''. She turns out to be [[UnsettlingGenderReveal a young boy]] working for an infamous bandit who kidnaps him.
** [[spoiler: She only traded places with Peppino at the last meeting; she was a she for the entire Carnival leading up to the kidnapping, where they switched her out so she'd not be in any danger if Albert proved to be troublesome.]]
* In addition to the ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' example above, there is another, more violent, version later in the story. [[spoiler:Robb Stark, having broken his pledge to marry a Frey woman, tries to arrange a marriage between his Uncle and a different Frey to broker peace. Walder Frey accepts... and then uses the wedding to ambush the Starks, murdering Robb and Catelyn, desecrating their bodies, and capturing their Uncle to deliver to the Lannisters. The massacre, known as the "Red Wedding", is an InUniverse MoralEventHorizon for the Freys.]]

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* Albert is propositioned by a peasant girl at the Carnival in Rome in ''Literature/TheCountOfMonteCristo''. She turns out to be [[UnsettlingGenderReveal a young boy]] working for an infamous bandit who kidnaps him.
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* At least one of the Literature/ChildBallads has this plot.

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9th Mar '16 4:38:38 AM MoonByte
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* In ''Manga/LoveMode'', Izumi at first agrees, only to decide he doesn't want to once he fully realizes how serious the issue is. He gets found by Takamiyas friend Aoi and ends up fleeing the scene.

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* In ''Manga/LoveMode'', Izumi at first agrees, only to decide he doesn't want to once he fully realizes how serious the issue is. He gets found by Takamiyas friend Aoi and ends up fleeing the scene.



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* Izumi and Takamiya get to know each other because of this in ''Manga/LoveMode''. Izumi has a date set up with a girl, Takamiya has a date with male luxury prostitute Izumi. When seeing the boy react to being called Izumi, Takamiya simply believes he got the right guy though Izumi himself has a lot more issues with his date apparently being a guy. The date ends witht the boy being forced to sex before both hear from their respective matchmaker that the ACTUAL date never appeared, but the two still end up as a couple after some chapters.
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* In ''Manga/LoveMode'', Izumi at first agrees, only to decide he doesn't want to once he fully realizes how serious the issue is. He gets found by Takamiyas friend Aoi and ends up fleeing the scene.




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* Izumi and Takamiya get to know each other because of this in ''Manga/LoveMode''. Izumi has a date set up with a girl, Takamiya has a date with male luxury prostitute Izumi. When seeing the boy react to being called Izumi, Takamiya simply believes he got the right guy though Izumi himself has a lot more issues with his date apparently being a guy. The date ends witht the boy being forced to sex before both hear from their respective matchmaker that the ACTUAL date never appeared, but the two still end up as a couple after some chapters.
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* In the ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' short "Sickly Sam's Big Outing", the eponymous 'big outing' is an attempt by Old-Timey Strong Bad to ambush Sickly Sam and sell him to the glue factory.
5th Dec '15 5:22:20 AM Bissek
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* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', Yusuke helps a girl who died waiting because her boyfriend [[KickTheDog wanted to see how long she would wait and then forgot about her]].

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* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', Yusuke helps the ghost of a girl who died waiting because her boyfriend [[KickTheDog wanted to see how long she would wait and then forgot about her]].
7th Nov '15 5:30:02 PM DrFraud
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* A particularly sick version of this was the plot of J. N. Williamson's "Two Floor Generals and the Sweetheart Dance." Basically, one of the stars of a small-town high school basketball team told an unpopular and unattractive girl that the narrator, a fellow star, would take her to the Sweetheart Dance on Valentine's Day, then handed him a candy box to give her at the dance. When she opened it, it turned out to contain [[spoiler: an ''actual heart'' which she ''bit into'' before discovering the deception. The "prankster" claimed it was human.]] Whether it actually was was never revealed.

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* A particularly sick version of this was the plot of happens in J. N. Williamson's "Two Floor Generals and the Sweetheart Dance." Basically, one of the stars of a small-town high school basketball team told tells an unpopular and unattractive girl that the narrator, a fellow star, would will take her to the Sweetheart Dance on Valentine's Day, then handed him Day. On the night of the dance he hands the narrator a candy box to give her at the dance. her. When she opened opens it, it turned turns out to contain [[spoiler: an ''actual heart'' which she ''bit ''bites into'' before discovering the deception. The "prankster" claimed it was claims it's human.]] Whether it actually was was is is never revealed.
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* In ''Series/{{Liv and Maddie}}'', this is what [[HollywoodNerd Joey]] believed would happen after a cheerleader asked him to the dance. [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] when she revealed she was actually interested in him.
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