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5th May '16 2:49:11 PM Eddy1215
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has Stan taking his family to his half brother Rusty's place for Thanksgiving, believing it'll make his family be thankful for what they have, only to discover his brother's fabulously wealthy. Becoming jealous, Stan and his family attempt to take Rusty's place, only for them to be forcibly sent off with a threat that he'll kill Stan if he ever sets foot on his land again. The helicopter they're in then crashes and they're stranded in the desert. After going through hell and realizing that family is more important than material possessions, Stan attempts to make amends with Rusty, who found them in the desert, only for his half brother to attempt to carry out his threat of killing Stan for still being on his land (he owned a lot apparently).

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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has Stan taking his family to his half brother Rusty's place for Thanksgiving, believing it'll make his family be thankful for what they have, only to discover his brother's fabulously wealthy. Becoming jealous, Stan and his family attempt to take Rusty's place, only for them to be forcibly sent off with a threat Rusty threatening Stan that he'll kill Stan him if he ever sets foot on his land again. The helicopter they're in then crashes and they're stranded in the desert. After going through hell and realizing that [[AnAesop family is more important than material possessions, possessions]], Stan attempts to make amends with Rusty, who found them in the desert, only for his half brother to attempt to carry out his threat of killing Stan for still being on his land (he owned a lot apparently).
5th May '16 4:55:24 AM cheesecakeandchill
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** Also occurs between Bobby and Rufus. Due to a mistake Bobby made when they were on a hunt in [[NoodleIncident Omaha]], Rufus broke up their partnership and the two had a strained relationship for years. When Bobby finally tries to apologize for what happened, Rufus turned him down instantly, despite the fact that they've been rekindling their friendship.
2nd May '16 2:38:38 PM Eddy1215
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* A most vicious example appeared in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. Eddy inadvertently disgraces Rolf by throwing one of his cucumber balls at a fence. When [[OrderedApology Double D forces Eddy to give Rolf a potted plant as a sign of being sorry]], it turns out to be a greater insult and Rolf challenges Eddy to a duel. In the end, Eddy finally says sorry, but since he didn't have the traditional "Cupcakes of Sorriness" (which had been earlier suggested as something to give to Rolf as an apology), Rolf still gave him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny At which point everything is cheerfully forgiven and Rolf invites the Eds to partake in the celebratory Eels Of Forgiveness. Which involves pouring live eels down your pants]].

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* A most vicious example appeared in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. Eddy inadvertently disgraces Rolf by throwing one of his cucumber balls at a fence. When [[OrderedApology Double D forces Eddy to give Rolf a potted plant as a sign of being sorry]], [[NiceJobBreakingItHero it turns out to be a be]] [[YourNormalIsOurTaboo an even greater insult in Rolf's country]] and Rolf [[ThrowingDownTheGauntlet challenges Eddy to a duel. duel]]. In the end, Eddy finally says sorry, but since he didn't have the traditional "Cupcakes of Sorriness" (which ([[BrickJoke which had been earlier suggested as something to give to Rolf as an apology), apology]]), Rolf still gave him a [[CurbStompBattle Curb Stomp]] NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny At which point everything is cheerfully forgiven and Rolf invites the Eds to partake in the celebratory Eels Of Forgiveness. Which involves pouring live eels down your pants]].
2nd May '16 2:29:16 PM Eddy1215
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* A most vicious example appeared in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. Eddy inadvertently disgraces Rolf by throwing one of his cucumber balls at a fence. When Double D forces Eddy to give Rolf a potted plant as a sign of being sorry, it turns out to be a greater insult and Rolf challenges Eddy to a duel. In the end, Eddy finally says sorry, but since he didn't have the traditional "Cupcakes of Sorriness" (which had been earlier suggested as something to give to Rolf as an apology), Rolf still gave him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny At which point everything is cheerfully forgiven and Rolf invites the Eds to partake in the celebratory Eels Of Forgiveness. Which involves pouring live eels down your pants]].

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* A most vicious example appeared in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''. Eddy inadvertently disgraces Rolf by throwing one of his cucumber balls at a fence. When [[OrderedApology Double D forces Eddy to give Rolf a potted plant as a sign of being sorry, sorry]], it turns out to be a greater insult and Rolf challenges Eddy to a duel. In the end, Eddy finally says sorry, but since he didn't have the traditional "Cupcakes of Sorriness" (which had been earlier suggested as something to give to Rolf as an apology), Rolf still gave him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny At which point everything is cheerfully forgiven and Rolf invites the Eds to partake in the celebratory Eels Of Forgiveness. Which involves pouring live eels down your pants]].
2nd May '16 2:26:16 PM Eddy1215
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has Stan taking his family to his half brother Rusty's place, only to discover he's fabulously wealthy. Becoming jealous, Stan and his family attempt to take Rusty's place, only for them to be forcibly sent off with a threat that he'll kill Stan if he ever sets foot on his land again. The helicopter they're in then crashes and they're stranded in the desert. After going through hell and realizing that family is more important than material possessions, Stan attempts to make amends with Rusty, who found them in the desert, only for his half brother to attempt to carry out his threat of killing Stan for still being on his land (he owned a lot apparently).

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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has Stan taking his family to his half brother Rusty's place, place for Thanksgiving, believing it'll make his family be thankful for what they have, only to discover he's his brother's fabulously wealthy. Becoming jealous, Stan and his family attempt to take Rusty's place, only for them to be forcibly sent off with a threat that he'll kill Stan if he ever sets foot on his land again. The helicopter they're in then crashes and they're stranded in the desert. After going through hell and realizing that family is more important than material possessions, Stan attempts to make amends with Rusty, who found them in the desert, only for his half brother to attempt to carry out his threat of killing Stan for still being on his land (he owned a lot apparently).
2nd May '16 2:23:49 PM Eddy1215
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* The plot of the episode "Arnold Betrays Iggy", from ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'', Arnold learns that his friend Iggy wears bunny pajamas and promises not to tell. However, Stinky and Sid find out by guessing what Arnold learned and, despite Arnold asking them to, they tell everyone at school about it, resulting in Iggy blaming Arnold. Despite Arnold bending over backwards to make it up to him, Iggy still refuses to forgive him afterwards ([[ExactWords he never]] ''[[ExactWords said]]'' [[ExactWords he would if he did]]) and forces him to humiliate himself in public in the same bunny pajamas as the only chance of redemption. During the public spectacle, Iggy overhears that Stinky and Sid were responsible for his secret getting out and, [[JerkassRealization realizing he's punishing an innocent Arnold]], tries to stop the event, but is too late to save Arnold from humiliation. In the end, a [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone guilty Iggy]] begs a not speaking Arnold for forgiveness, [[HourglassPlot reversing the roles]].

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* The plot of the episode "Arnold Betrays Iggy", from ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'', Arnold learns that his friend Iggy wears bunny pajamas and promises not to tell. However, Stinky and Sid find out by guessing what Arnold learned and, despite Arnold asking them to, they tell everyone at school about it, [[MisplacedRetribution resulting in Iggy blaming Arnold.Arnold]]. Despite Arnold bending over backwards to make it up to him, Iggy still refuses to forgive him afterwards ([[ExactWords he never]] ''[[ExactWords said]]'' [[ExactWords he would if he did]]) and forces him to humiliate himself in public in the same bunny pajamas as the only chance of redemption. During the public spectacle, Iggy overhears that Stinky and Sid were responsible for his secret getting out and, [[JerkassRealization realizing he's punishing an innocent Arnold]], tries to stop the event, but is too late to save Arnold from humiliation. In the end, a [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone guilty Iggy]] begs a not speaking Arnold for forgiveness, [[HourglassPlot reversing the roles]].
19th Apr '16 4:53:40 AM SeaRover
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* Despite her memories with him, Katy Perry burns up an (admittedly half-hearted) apology from her former boyfriend for something he did with another woman at the beginning of her ''Part of Me'' video.

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* Despite her memories with him, Katy Perry burns up an (admittedly half-hearted) apology letter from her former boyfriend for something he did with another woman at the beginning of her ''Part of Me'' video.
19th Apr '16 4:52:00 AM SeaRover
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* Despite her memories with him, Katy Perry burns up a (half-assed, mind you) apology from her former boyfriend for something he did with another woman at the beginning of her ''Part of Me'' video.

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* Despite her memories with him, Katy Perry burns up a (half-assed, mind you) an (admittedly half-hearted) apology from her former boyfriend for something he did with another woman at the beginning of her ''Part of Me'' video.
18th Apr '16 3:00:37 AM SeaRover
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* Despite her memories with him, Katy Perry burns up a (half-assed, mind you) apology from her former boyfriend for something he did with another woman at the beginning of her ''Part of Me'' video.
9th Apr '16 4:21:38 PM Eddy1215
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* In ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode, "The Betrayal", when Jerry continuously apologies to George for ruining his chances with a girl he had just met, George responds by saying [[RunningGag "Stick your sorries in a sorry sack, Mister"]].
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