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11th Feb '16 10:01:23 AM Winner1
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* ''WebVideo/{{Phelous}}'' and [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] were not very popular reviewers until they got to show [[HeReallyCanAct their true acting skills]] in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}, prompting fans to start checking out their channels.
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* ''WebVideo/{{Phelous}}'' and [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] were not very popular reviewers until they got to show [[HeReallyCanAct their true acting skills]] in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}, ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}'', prompting fans to start checking out their channels.
11th Feb '16 10:00:27 AM Winner1
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* ''WebVideo/{{Phelous}}'' and [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] were not very popular reviewers until they got to show [[HeReallyCanAct their true acting skills]] in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}, prompting fans to start checking out their channels.
22nd Jan '16 5:10:27 PM Wyldchyld
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The Scrappy forum clean-up thread doesn't seem to think she classifies as a scrappy or this trope.
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': [[AlphaBitch Weiss Schnee]]'s [[{{Jerkass}} extremely haughty and abrasive personality]] and [[FantasticRacism bigotry against Faunas]] throughout Volume 1 didn't win her an awful lot of fans. Undergoing a lot of much needed CharacterDevelopment and gradually becoming a JerkWithAHeartOfGold through Volume 2, and further development through Volume 3 to the point where she's not even enough of a jerk to qualify as ''that'' anymore, has gone a long way to redeeming her reputation.
16th Jan '16 12:55:49 PM Malachi108
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not really qualifies as a film example
* Also about ''Franchise/StarWars'', Abel G. Pena's {{retcon}}s in [[UniverseCompendium reference books]], making even such "gems" as ''[[Literature/TheGloveOfDarthVader Kadann and the Prophets of the Dark Side]]'' seem plausible. ** The ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars]]'' video games of the prequel trilogy achieved the seemingly impossible feat of redeeming Jar-Jar Binks... he was suddenly a worthwhile member of the team, with useful skills, actual combat ability and perhaps most importantly, zero lines of dialogue. ** The ''Star Wars Shakespeare'' series takes Jar Jar Binks and turns him from bumbling idiot into a political radical that wants a better relationship between humans and Gungans that merely [[ObfuscatingStupidity obfuscates stupidity]]

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* Also about ''Franchise/StarWars'', In ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', Abel G. Pena's {{retcon}}s in [[UniverseCompendium reference books]], making even such "gems" as ''[[Literature/TheGloveOfDarthVader Kadann and the Prophets of the Dark Side]]'' seem plausible. ** The ''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame Lego Star Wars]]'' video games of the prequel trilogy achieved the seemingly impossible feat of redeeming Jar-Jar Binks... he was suddenly a worthwhile member of the team, with useful skills, actual combat ability and perhaps most importantly, zero lines of dialogue. ** The ''Star Wars Shakespeare'' series takes Jar Jar Binks and turns him from bumbling idiot into a political radical that wants a better relationship between humans and Gungans that merely [[ObfuscatingStupidity obfuscates stupidity]]
10th Jan '16 4:00:35 PM Twentington
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* Music/RascalFlatts had been gaining increasing criticism for Dann Huff's bloated production, Gary [=LeVox's=] screechy melismatic oversinging, and over-reliance on formulaic {{Power Ballad}}s, for their latter albums with Lyric Street Records (starting with ''Me and My Gang''). Moving to Big Machine after Lyric Street's closure saw them gradually begin to move back to their earlier, less heavy sound, though some of the criticisms were still there at times as Huff was still on board. Finally, they ditched him in favor of producing either by themselves or with Howard Benson on 2014's ''Rewind'', which has been praised as one of their best albums since their earliest days.
2nd Jan '16 6:16:49 AM Papercut1
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I wouldn't really say this since nu metal has experienced a resurgence in popularity in the '10s, and the latter has made their most nu-sounding album since the early '00s.
* Music/{{Deftones}} and Music/{{Slipknot}} are the most respected bands associated with NuMetal, to the point where their fans argue that they are ''not really'' NuMetal at all. * Music/SystemOfADown. Despite their rise to popularity around the same time as the majority of the other nu metal acts, people have always been divided between whether or not they actually count as a nu metal band or if they've always been too political to properly fit that category.

* Whenever a OneHitWonder releases a new single that becomes a hit, this happens. Examples include Billy Ray Cyrus with "Ready, Set, Don't Go" (16 years after "Achy Breaky Heart"[[note]]although he did have a few Top 10 hits on country radio in between, these are the only two songs anyone knows him for[[/note]]) and Music/JasonMraz with "I'm Yours" .
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* Whenever a OneHitWonder releases a new single that becomes a hit, this happens. Examples include Billy Ray Cyrus with "Ready, Set, Don't Go" (16 years after "Achy Breaky Heart"[[note]]although he did have a few Top 10 hits on country radio in between, these are the only two songs anyone knows him for[[/note]]) and The most notables examples being Music/JasonMraz with "I'm Yours" .Yours" and The Chainsmokers with "Roses".
2nd Jan '16 12:02:46 AM bowserbros
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* The addition of [[Music/NinjaSexParty L. Dan Avidan]] & Ross O'Donovan to ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' were a highly controversial move for the channel, especially due to Dan simultaneously replacing [[WebVideo/JonTron Jon Jafari]] as "Not so Grump" and their ''Steam Train'' sub-series premiering on the same day. It didn't help that ''Steam Train'' 's first episode was recorded ''before'' Jon's departure and mentioned him quite frequently. However, fans gradually warmed up to both new members over time, finding their humor and interactions with the rest of the Grump crew being both funny and memorable, and Dan's stories being genuinely entertaining. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNg70I7vrmE This moment]] was when the fanbase went from "DAN SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS" to "Dan's pretty cool."
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* The addition of [[Music/NinjaSexParty L. Dan Avidan]] & Ross O'Donovan to ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' were was a highly controversial move for the channel, especially due to Dan simultaneously replacing [[WebVideo/JonTron Jon Jafari]] as "Not so Grump" and their ''Steam Train'' sub-series premiering on the same day. It didn't help that ''Steam Train'' 's first episode was recorded ''before'' Jon's departure and mentioned him quite frequently. However, fans gradually warmed up to both new members over time, finding their humor and interactions with the rest of the Grump crew being both funny and memorable, and Dan's stories being genuinely entertaining. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNg70I7vrmE This moment]] was when the fanbase went from "DAN SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS" to "Dan's pretty cool."did a complete 180 and accepted Dan as a part of the group.
1st Jan '16 10:30:33 PM MyFinalEdits
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New year, yet the same old editing issues
** This movie pretty much saved the X-Men movie franchise in the eyes of many fans after two [[Film/XMenTheLastStand underwhelming]] [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine movies]], and [[Film/XMenFirstClass two]] [[Film/TheWolverine more]] that were better-received but overshadowed by the success of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (and [[FandomRivalry resented by some for not being part of it]]).
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** This movie pretty much saved the X-Men movie franchise in the eyes of many fans after two [[Film/XMenTheLastStand underwhelming]] [[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine movies]], and [[Film/XMenFirstClass two]] [[Film/TheWolverine more]] that were better-received but overshadowed by the success of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (and [[FandomRivalry resented by some for not being part of it]]).

* The Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse book ''Literature/TheCourtshipOfPrincessLeia'' had an exceedingly two-dimensional, generic froth-at-the-mouth-when-things-go-wrong bad [[VillainOfTheWeek villain-of-the-book]]. Warlord Zsinj was also [[FatBastard visibly overweight]], petty, and [[FatIdiot rather stupid]]. Early books in the ''Comicbook/XWingSeries'', set before ''Courtship'', don't show him directly, he's said to be cautious and opportunistic. A character believes he's more dangerous than the notes on his file indicate. In the Creator/AaronAllston books he's a major character, a very smart and clever warlord who uses ObfuscatingStupidity despite knowing that plenty of the people he worked with can see through the act. He's still evil, but entertainingly and memorably so. ** In fact Zjins was stated as being perhaps the most powerful third party in the galaxy, after the Empire and the New Republic. This means he was considered more powerful than the Hutts (massive criminal empire), The Hapes Consortium (high tech amazon royalty), and Kuat (a group of planets that's essentially a MASSIVE shipyard). His biggest problem was his inability to properly administer his sector, he was a military officer not a good politician. *** For clarity, this was more in terms of threat assessment. The Hutts and Kuat have no real military forces. The Hapes Consortium has a significant military force, but is militant over their neutrality. Zjinj was clever, has enough forces to be a valid threat, and had a goal that could make his an actual threat. *** It also helps that several more clever and dangerous Imperial officers turned Warlords were wiped out by the Imperials or Rebels prior to Zjinj's appearance.
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* The Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse book ''Literature/TheCourtshipOfPrincessLeia'' had an exceedingly two-dimensional, generic froth-at-the-mouth-when-things-go-wrong bad [[VillainOfTheWeek villain-of-the-book]]. Warlord Zsinj was also [[FatBastard visibly overweight]], petty, and [[FatIdiot rather stupid]]. Early books in the ''Comicbook/XWingSeries'', set before ''Courtship'', don't show him directly, he's said to be cautious and opportunistic. A character believes he's more dangerous than the notes on his file indicate. In the Creator/AaronAllston books he's a major character, a very smart and clever warlord who uses ObfuscatingStupidity despite knowing that plenty of the people he worked with can see through the act. He's still evil, but entertainingly and memorably so. ** so. In fact Zjins was stated as being perhaps the most powerful third party in the galaxy, after the Empire and the New Republic. This means he was considered more powerful than the Hutts (massive criminal empire), The Hapes Consortium (high tech amazon royalty), and Kuat (a group of planets that's essentially a MASSIVE shipyard). His biggest problem was his inability to properly administer his sector, he was a military officer not a good politician. *** For clarity, this was more in terms of threat assessment. The Hutts and Kuat have no real military forces. The Hapes Consortium has a significant military force, but is militant over their neutrality. Zjinj was clever, has enough forces to be a valid threat, and had a goal that could make his an actual threat. *** It also helps that several more clever and dangerous Imperial officers turned Warlords were wiped out by the Imperials or Rebels prior to Zjinj's appearance.politician.

* Getting [[Literature/WarriorCats your warrior name]] is apparently a pretty good way to be rescued--Cloudtail and Squirrelflight are both significantly less annoying than they were as apprentices. Berrynose shows that this doesn't always work, though.
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* Getting [[Literature/WarriorCats In ''Literature/WarriorCats'', getting your warrior name]] name is apparently a pretty good way to be rescued--Cloudtail and Squirrelflight are both significantly less annoying than they were as apprentices. Berrynose shows that this doesn't always work, though.

* Apparently this was the original idea behind Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/{{Emma}}''. She wrote ''Emma'' as someone who was originally unlikable and slowly redeemed her through the book. Risky literary experiment, I'll tell you that. ** Risky, but very well-done. Mr Darcy and Miss Bennet from ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' are two [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold jerks with hearts of gold]] redeeming themselves because of guilt and love, and guilt, gratitude and then love, respectively, after one half of the book spent misbehaving a bit. Emma is a shallow and entirely clueless and impulsive, but a very well-meaning heroine who slowly matures out of guilt alone. You can be very impressed by her journey from SpoiledSweet PoisonousFriend to ReasonableAuthorityFigure [[TheAtoner trying to atone]]. * Edmund and Eustace in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' both had this effect built into their CharacterDevelopment, starting off obnoxious and unlikeable but turning around thanks to their experiences in Narnia, and filling much more sympathetic roles in later books. ** Lampshaded in ''Literature/TheSilverChair'' as Eustace confides in Jill Pole that he really regrets having been a jerk in school (he was taken into Narnia during vacation) and Jill first listens to his self-hating rant, then says "well, you ''were'' a jerk, you know."
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* Apparently this was the original idea behind Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/{{Emma}}''. She wrote ''Emma'' as someone who was originally unlikable and slowly redeemed her through the book. Risky literary experiment, I'll tell you that. ** Risky, but very well-done. book. * Mr Darcy and Miss Bennet from ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' are two [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold jerks with hearts of gold]] redeeming themselves because of guilt and love, and guilt, gratitude and then love, respectively, after one half of the book spent misbehaving a bit. Emma is a shallow and entirely clueless and impulsive, but a very well-meaning heroine who slowly matures out of guilt alone. You can be very impressed by her journey from SpoiledSweet PoisonousFriend to ReasonableAuthorityFigure [[TheAtoner trying to atone]]. * ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'': ** Edmund and Eustace in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' both had this effect built into their CharacterDevelopment, starting off obnoxious and unlikeable but turning around thanks to their experiences in Narnia, and filling much more sympathetic roles in later books. ** books. Lampshaded in ''Literature/TheSilverChair'' as Eustace confides in Jill Pole that he really regrets having been a jerk in school (he was taken into Narnia during vacation) and Jill first listens to his self-hating rant, then says "well, you ''were'' a jerk, you know."

* Mat in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' spends most of the first two books either being possessed or recovering from being possessed and is generally TheLoad and many peoples' least favorite character. Starting with the third book, where the lingering effects of the possesion are cured and he promptly [[TookALevelInBadass Takes a Level in Badass]], setting himself on the way to becoming a BadassNormal LoveableRogue and GuileHero, he morphed into a substantial portion of the fanbase's ''favorite'' character. ** Egwene seemed to be rescued from alternating between scrappy heap and being not too bad in the third to last book, but is not only tossed on the scrappy heap but buried under it in th5e last two books. *** Arguably though, for many fans, Egwene's CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the final book was the ultimate rescue from the heap. *** The characters of the Wheel of Time have a tendency for this trope and the reverse. Examples for turning points besides the ones above are: Rand growing more ruthless, Rand changing dramatically by a DeusExMachina, Rand turning from adventuring to court and cosmology, Rand turning back to adventuring for a book, Rand turning away from adventuring again (this repeats itself a couple of times), Perrin going back to the two rivers, Perrin getting mind controlled by his wife, Perrin trying to rescue his wife, Nynaeve alternating between being a bratty and ignorant youth and a merely impulsive (and quite awesome) young woman, and so on.
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* ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'': ** Mat in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' spends most of the first two books either being possessed or recovering from being possessed and is generally TheLoad and many peoples' least favorite character. Starting with the third book, where the lingering effects of the possesion are cured and he promptly [[TookALevelInBadass Takes a Level in Badass]], setting himself on the way to becoming a BadassNormal LoveableRogue and GuileHero, he morphed into a substantial portion of the fanbase's ''favorite'' character. ** Egwene seemed to be rescued from alternating between scrappy heap and being not too bad in the third to last book, but is not only tossed on the scrappy heap but buried under it in th5e last two books. *** Arguably though, for many fans, Egwene's CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the final book was the ultimate rescue from the heap. *** The characters of the Wheel of Time have a tendency for this trope and the reverse. Examples for turning points besides the ones above are: Rand growing more ruthless, Rand changing dramatically by a DeusExMachina, Rand turning from adventuring to court and cosmology, Rand turning back to adventuring for a book, Rand turning away from adventuring again (this repeats itself a couple of times), Perrin going back to the two rivers, Perrin getting mind controlled by his wife, Perrin trying to rescue his wife, Nynaeve alternating between being a bratty and ignorant youth and a merely impulsive (and quite awesome) young woman, and so on.

** And then promptly dropped back in hard with the release of [=LuLu=]. ** They then proceeded to launch themselves right back OUT of the Scrappy Heap with their [[ContinuityPorn 30th anniversary shows.]]

* Blaze Bayley was the ReplacementScrappy in Music/IronMaiden, but that doesn't stop his solo career from being arguably the best received of the three singers (the guy he replace also had some success, but unlike Blaze people didn't hate his guts). ** The guy he replaced being Music/BruceDickinson, who had a couple of false starts but has made three albums widely regarded as classics in a row since ''Accident of Birth'', Blaze's solo career being more successful is very debatable.
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* Blaze Bayley was the ReplacementScrappy in Music/IronMaiden, but that doesn't stop his solo career from being arguably the best received of the three singers very well-received (the guy he replace also had some success, but unlike Blaze people didn't hate his guts). ** guts). The guy he replaced being Music/BruceDickinson, who had a couple of false starts but has made three albums widely regarded as classics in a row since ''Accident of Birth'', Blaze's solo career being more successful is very debatable.

** Arguably Music/{{System of a Down}} as well; although despite their rise to popularity around the same time as the majority of the other nu metal acts, people have always been divided between whether or not they actually count as a nu metal band or if they've always been too political to properly fit that category.
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** Arguably Music/{{System of a Down}} as well; although despite * Music/SystemOfADown. Despite their rise to popularity around the same time as the majority of the other nu metal acts, people have always been divided between whether or not they actually count as a nu metal band or if they've always been too political to properly fit that category.

* Whenever a OneHitWonder releases a new single that becomes a hit, this happens. Examples include Billy Ray Cyrus with "Ready, Set, Don't Go" (16 years after "Achy Breaky Heart"[[note]]although he did have a few Top 10 hits on country radio in between, these are pretty much the only two songs anyone knows him for[[/note]]) and Music/JasonMraz with "I'm Yours" .
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* Whenever a OneHitWonder releases a new single that becomes a hit, this happens. Examples include Billy Ray Cyrus with "Ready, Set, Don't Go" (16 years after "Achy Breaky Heart"[[note]]although he did have a few Top 10 hits on country radio in between, these are pretty much the only two songs anyone knows him for[[/note]]) and Music/JasonMraz with "I'm Yours" .

* ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' turns Jar Jar Binks into a likable character...by making him the imaginative product (and character) of a nine-year-old girl playing an RPG. Sadly, by their own admission, they may be throwing R2-D2 onto TheScrappy heap in his stead (making him the character of an annoying {{Munchkin}}).
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* ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' turns ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'': ** Jar Jar Binks is turned into a likable character...by making him the imaginative product (and character) of a nine-year-old girl playing an RPG. Sadly, by their own admission, they may be throwing R2-D2 onto TheScrappy heap in his stead (making him the character of an annoying {{Munchkin}}).

* An in-story example of this can be found in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', where one of the marks of Roy's CharacterDevelopment is how his feelings change about the SpoonyBard Elan: originally, he thinks of him as an annoying, worthless member of the party, but eventually, he considers him a true friend (at least to the "will rescue him from a gang of bandits" level). It helps that Elan himself learns to make himself more useful. ** In the Empire of Blood storyline, Elan has become the main character, with everyone else taking a backseat. (True to the strip's usual meta attitude, the arc villain strives to make Elan the main character, myth arc be damned.) * Chris Hazelton, author of ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'', lampshades fan reaction to the comic's resident Scrappy, Missi's, rescue from the heap in [[http://www.misfile.com/?page=1016 this strip]]. ** She's still getting in the way of Ash and Emily's relationship, so [[DieForOurShip she's not out of the woods yet]]. ** [[http://www.misfile.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10001/4_Concrete_Dreamscape_2_0.pdf This]] [[http://www.misfile.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10001/5_Electric_Dreams_2_0.pdf fanfiction]] does the same for Jenny the Second.
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* An in-story example of this can be found in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', where one of the marks of Roy's CharacterDevelopment is how his feelings change about the SpoonyBard Elan: originally, he thinks of him as an annoying, worthless member of the party, but eventually, he considers him a true friend (at least to the "will rescue him from a gang of bandits" level). It helps that Elan himself learns to make himself more useful. ** useful. In the Empire of Blood storyline, Elan has become the main character, with everyone else taking a backseat. (True to the strip's usual meta attitude, the arc villain strives to make Elan the main character, myth arc be damned.) * Chris Hazelton, author of ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'', lampshades fan reaction to the comic's resident Scrappy, Missi's, rescue from the heap in [[http://www.misfile.com/?page=1016 this strip]]. ** strip]]. She's still getting in the way of Ash and Emily's relationship, so [[DieForOurShip she's not out of the woods yet]]. ** yet]]. [[http://www.misfile.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10001/4_Concrete_Dreamscape_2_0.pdf This]] [[http://www.misfile.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10001/5_Electric_Dreams_2_0.pdf fanfiction]] does the same for Jenny the Second.

* The addition of [[Music/NinjaSexParty L. Dan Avidan]] & Ross O'Donovan to ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' were a highly controversial move for the channel, especially due to Dan simultaneously replacing [[WebVideo/JonTron Jon Jafari]] as "Not so Grump" and their ''Steam Train'' sub-series premiering on the same day. It didn't help that ''Steam Train'' 's first episode was recorded ''before'' Jon's departure and mentioned him quite frequently. However, fans gradually warmed up to both new members over time, finding their humor and interactions with the rest of the Grump crew being both funny and memorable, and Dan's stories being genuinely entertaining. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNg70I7vrmE This moment]] was arguably when the fanbase went from "DAN SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS" to "Dan's pretty cool."
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* The addition of [[Music/NinjaSexParty L. Dan Avidan]] & Ross O'Donovan to ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' were a highly controversial move for the channel, especially due to Dan simultaneously replacing [[WebVideo/JonTron Jon Jafari]] as "Not so Grump" and their ''Steam Train'' sub-series premiering on the same day. It didn't help that ''Steam Train'' 's first episode was recorded ''before'' Jon's departure and mentioned him quite frequently. However, fans gradually warmed up to both new members over time, finding their humor and interactions with the rest of the Grump crew being both funny and memorable, and Dan's stories being genuinely entertaining. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNg70I7vrmE This moment]] was arguably when the fanbase went from "DAN SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS" to "Dan's pretty cool."
1st Jan '16 1:01:24 PM bowserbros
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* The addition of [[Music/NinjaSexParty L. Dan Avidan]] & Ross O'Donovan to ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' were a highly controversial move for the channel, especially due to Dan simultaneously replacing [[WebVideo/JonTron Jon Jafari]] as "Not so Grump" and their ''Steam Train'' sub-series premiering on the same day. It didn't help that ''Steam Train'' 's first episode was recorded ''before'' Jon's departure and mentioned him quite frequently. However, fans gradually warmed up to both new members over time, finding their humor and interactions with the rest of the Grump crew being both funny and memorable, and Dan's stories being genuinely entertaining. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNg70I7vrmE This moment]] was arguably when the fanbase went from "DAN SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS" to "Dan's pretty cool."
15th Dec '15 4:24:39 AM thatmadork
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': [[AlphaBitch Weiss Schnee]]'s [[{{Jerkass}} extremely haughty and abrasive personality]] and [[FantasticRacism bigotry against Faunas]] throughout Volume 1 didn't win her an awful lot of fans. Undergoing a lot of much needed CharacterDevelopment and gradually becoming a JerkWithAHeartOfGold through Volume 2, and further development through Volume 3 to the point where she's not even enough of a jerk to qualify as ''that'' anymore, has gone a long way to redeeming her reputation.
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