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* In ''WesternAnimation/GetEd'', the girls are physically injured and humiliated for the audience's amusement just as often as the boys are.
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Candace seems to be the ChewToy of the show. If someone is going to fall, be attacked, hit in the face, dropped in embarrassing goo, covered in hair, or have any other unfortunate yet hilarious thing happen to them, there's a good chance it's her.
-->'''Candace:''' [[MemeticMutation There's squirrels in my pants!!]]
* {{A|sianAirhead}}my [[BunnyEarsLawyer Wong]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' was created specifically to see whether audiences could laugh at a female victim of slapstick. Turns out the answer is a resounding "Yes". However, Leela also seemed to get her fair share of slapstick in later seasons. She's been hit on the head, electrocuted, sucked by a leech, attacked by an octopus and smashed into a wall by a door.
* The ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' series has quite a few of them. ''Total Drama'' runs off of this; no contestant is immune.
** The spinoff ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace'' is exactly the same.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' shows Cosmo accidentally slapsticking Wanda so often, including [[AshFace torching her with a flamethrower]], that it's considered entirely possible that she would deliberately get him sent back to live with his mother.
** Vicky, of course, is also on the receiving end of slapstick most of the times when she [[LaserGuidedKarma receives her comeuppance]], which is in almost ''every'' episode.
* Stacy Stickler on ''WesternAnimation/StickinAround'' sometimes had her fair share of AmusingInjuries.
* [[ActionGirl Kitty Katswell]] from ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' is arguably subjected to more abuse than [[DumbMuscle Dudley Puppy]] himself, such as being [[AshFace charred]] from various situations, or being squashed or hit by cars and trains.
* Frida on ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'' received more harm and abuse than any other character in the series. [[RuleOfFunny And it was hilarious]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' shows Cosmo accidentally slapsticking Wanda so often, including [[AshFace torching her ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'':
** Nicole, the mother character, goes through quite a lot of this when chasing Gumball and Darwin in "The DVD".
** On "The Responsible", Anais, along
with a flamethrower]], that it's considered entirely possible that she would deliberately get him sent back to live with his mother.
** Vicky, of course, is also
Gumball and Darwin literally smack into the ground after falling from the sky.
* Francine and Hayley Smith from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' become more and more
on the receiving end of horrible beatings and misfortunes as the show progresses.
* The female zoologist from the Hip Hippos segments of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' falls in this trope.
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': Harley Quinn was often the subject of
slapstick most of the times when she [[LaserGuidedKarma receives humor due to her comeuppance]], which is in almost ''every'' episode.
* Stacy Stickler on ''WesternAnimation/StickinAround'' sometimes had her fair share of AmusingInjuries.
* [[ActionGirl Kitty Katswell]] from ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' is arguably subjected to more abuse than [[DumbMuscle Dudley Puppy]] himself, such as being [[AshFace charred]] from various situations, or being squashed or hit by cars and trains.
* Frida on ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'' received more harm and abuse than any other character
BumblingSidekick status. Notably, in the series. [[RuleOfFunny And episode "Girl's Night Out", she shoots an over-sized knockout glove at Supergirl, only for it was hilarious]].to bounce harmlessly off of Supergirl and rebound right back in her face.
** The ''Mad Love'' comic had Harley physically abused in both funny and unfunny ways. An early scene shows a fed-up Joker grabbing her by her nose, dragging her down to the cellar, and [[LiteralAssKicking booting her into a muddy pit]] (while she's in her underwear, no less!) [[DisproportionateRetribution as punishment for calling him "Puddin'"]]. Later, on a ''much'' less funny note, [[BastardBoyfriend the Joker pushes her through a window hundreds of feet above the street, crippling and nearly killing her]].



* As the show's resident ButtMonkey, Meg Griffin has gotten quite a bit of this on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.
** Meg's mother Lois doesn't get much easier. She's been shoved down the stairs by her husband Peter, fallen off the roof of the Griffin house when Peter's rickety balcony breaks, drenched in scalding cooking oil by Peter, and more.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' stars a nearly-all-female cast, so this was practically inevitable. Note that the one regular male character, Spike, is nevertheless not spared either, as he's the PluckyComicRelief.
** Most notable was the episode "Feeling Pinkie Keen", in which Twilight's repeated attempts to observe and document Pinkie Pie's alleged powers of clairvoyance resulted in a constant string of ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''-esque shenanigans, up to and including having a [[FlowerPotDrop flower pot]], an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]], a hay wagon, ''[[OverlyLongGag and]]'' a {{piano|Drop}} fall on her in one scene. And it's undoubtedly the funniest moment of the entire show.
** It's even more pronounced in "Castle Mane-ia", which subjects nearly the entire cast to a string of Scooby Doo-esque disasters. Naturally, Rarity, the girliest pony of the bunch, [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-hauCQ645dCU/U3lVmmQNfmI/AAAAAAABx7c/RiajF2wDQ00/s1600/Rock_clonks_Rarity_on_the_head_S4E03.png gets it the worst]].
** ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnwwZMNwHI8 My Little Pony: Slapstick Is Epic]]''

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* As Princess Clara from ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' tends to be beaten up, sometimes randomly, by the show's resident ButtMonkey, Meg Griffin housemates in several episodes.
** Toot Braunstein frequently dies in humorously grusum and over the top ways such as [[spoiler: chopping off her own head after Xander rejected her advances...]]
** Foxxy Love also
has gotten quite her moments such as [[spoiler: having a bit of nail and a separate finger yanked off]]...
* Zigzagged with ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. Amberley for the large part bumbled as much through missions as [[TheKlutz Rufus]] did. However
this on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.
** Meg's mother Lois doesn't get much easier. She's been shoved down
consisted mostly of tame pratfalls compared to the stairs by her husband Peter, fallen off exaggerated AmusingInjuries [[IronButtMonkey the roof of Urpneys]] suffered each episode.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'': The Episode "The New Cadet",
the Griffin house when Peter's rickety balcony breaks, drenched new cadet (a HelloNurse-esque human woman) finds herself in scalding cooking oil by Peter, and more.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' stars a nearly-all-female cast, so this was practically inevitable. Note that
the one regular male character, Spike, is nevertheless not spared either, same ButtMonkey situations as he's the PluckyComicRelief.
** Most notable was the episode "Feeling Pinkie Keen", in which Twilight's repeated attempts
Porky Pig version (before she turns out to observe and document Pinkie Pie's alleged powers of clairvoyance resulted in be a constant string of ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''-esque shenanigans, up to and StalkerWithACrush) including having getting blown up by Dodgers as a [[FlowerPotDrop flower pot]], an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]], a hay wagon, ''[[OverlyLongGag and]]'' a {{piano|Drop}} fall on her in one scene. And it's undoubtedly the funniest moment of the entire show.
** It's even more pronounced in "Castle Mane-ia", which subjects nearly the entire cast to a string of Scooby Doo-esque disasters. Naturally, Rarity, the girliest pony of the bunch, [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-hauCQ645dCU/U3lVmmQNfmI/AAAAAAABx7c/RiajF2wDQ00/s1600/Rock_clonks_Rarity_on_the_head_S4E03.png gets it the worst]].
** ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnwwZMNwHI8 My Little Pony: Slapstick Is Epic]]''
practical joke.



* Frida on ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'' received more harm and abuse than any other character in the series. [[RuleOfFunny And it was hilarious]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' shows Cosmo accidentally slapsticking Wanda so often, including [[AshFace torching her with a flamethrower]], that it's considered entirely possible that she would deliberately get him sent back to live with his mother.
** Vicky, of course, is also on the receiving end of slapstick most of the times when she [[LaserGuidedKarma receives her comeuppance]], which is in almost ''every'' episode.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** As the show's resident ButtMonkey, Meg Griffin is a victim of a lot of slapstick like the male characters of the show.
** Meg's mother Lois doesn't get much easier. She's been shoved down the stairs by her husband Peter, fallen off the roof of the Griffin house when Peter's rickety balcony breaks, drenched in scalding cooking oil by Peter, and more.
* {{A|sianAirhead}}my [[BunnyEarsLawyer Wong]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' was created specifically to see whether audiences could laugh at a female victim of slapstick. Turns out the answer is a resounding "Yes".
** However, Leela also seemed to get her fair share of slapstick in later seasons. She's been hit on the head, electrocuted, sucked by a leech, attacked by an octopus and smashed into a wall by a door.
* In ''WesternAnimation/GetEd'', the girls are physically injured and humiliated for the audience's amusement just as often as the boys are.
* Not even [[TheStoic Mandy]] from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' is immune to this trope. She's been [[AshFace burnt to a crisp]], [[CoveredInGunge got sneezed on]] by Grim twice, got swallowed and later spit out with hairballs by a giant cat, and so on.
* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'': The duo goes through plenty of slapstick.
* Minnie Mouse in the ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' short "Minnie Visits Daisy".



* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'':
** Harley Quinn was often the subject of slapstick humor due to her BumblingSidekick status. Notably, in the episode "Girl's Night Out", she shoots an over-sized knockout glove at Supergirl, only for it to bounce harmlessly off of Supergirl and rebound right back in her face.
** The ''Mad Love'' comic had Harley physically abused in both funny and unfunny ways. An early scene shows a fed-up Joker grabbing her by her nose, dragging her down to the cellar, and [[LiteralAssKicking booting her into a muddy pit]] (while she's in her underwear, no less!) [[DisproportionateRetribution as punishment for calling him "Puddin'"]]. Later, on a ''much'' less funny note, [[BastardBoyfriend the Joker pushes her through a window hundreds of feet above the street, crippling and nearly killing her]].
* Zatanna magically hurls musical instruments and furniture at Circe multiple times [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLRfGRC6xSs during a fight]] in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'', not even letting her ''finish her threats''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'':
** Harley Quinn was often the subject of slapstick humor due to her BumblingSidekick status. Notably, in the episode "Girl's Night Out", she shoots an over-sized knockout glove at Supergirl, only for it to bounce harmlessly off of Supergirl and rebound right back in her face.
** The ''Mad Love'' comic had Harley physically abused in both funny and unfunny ways. An early scene shows a fed-up Joker grabbing her by her nose, dragging her down to the cellar, and [[LiteralAssKicking booting her into a muddy pit]] (while she's in her underwear, no less!) [[DisproportionateRetribution as punishment for calling him "Puddin'"]]. Later, on a ''much'' less funny note, [[BastardBoyfriend the Joker pushes her through a window hundreds of feet above the street, crippling and nearly killing her]].
* Zatanna magically hurls musical instruments and furniture at Circe multiple times [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLRfGRC6xSs during a fight]] fight in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'', not even letting her ''finish her threats''.



* WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra is no stranger to physical comedy, and Korra's personality makes her as good a target as anyone for it. For example, an airbending test early in the series tasks her with weaving between a series of quickly-spinning wooden planks, counter to the physical bending she's more adept at. The first couple scenes featuring the test boil down to Korra getting comically slapped around by the planks.
* Frequently Lola Bunny in ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', in stark contrast with her ''Film/SpaceJam'' counterpart.
* Neither Buena Girl nor the other female {{Masked Luchador}}s were spared the AmusingInjuries in WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' stars a nearly-all-female cast, so this was practically inevitable. Note that the one regular male character, Spike, is nevertheless not spared either, as he's the PluckyComicRelief.
** Most notable was the episode "Feeling Pinkie Keen", in which Twilight's repeated attempts to observe and document Pinkie Pie's alleged powers of clairvoyance resulted in a constant string of ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''-esque shenanigans, up to and including having a [[FlowerPotDrop flower pot]], an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]], a hay wagon, ''[[OverlyLongGag and]]'' a {{piano|Drop}} fall on her in one scene. And it's undoubtedly the funniest moment of the entire show.
** It's even more pronounced in "Castle Mane-ia", which subjects nearly the entire cast to a string of Scooby Doo-esque disasters. Naturally, Rarity, the girliest pony of the bunch, [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-hauCQ645dCU/U3lVmmQNfmI/AAAAAAABx7c/RiajF2wDQ00/s1600/Rock_clonks_Rarity_on_the_head_S4E03.png gets it the worst]].
** ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnwwZMNwHI8 My Little Pony: Slapstick Is Epic]]''
* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Candace is one of two ChewToy with Doofenshmirtz (who is a male). If someone is going to fall, be attacked, hit in the face, dropped in embarrassing goo, covered in hair, or have any other unfortunate yet hilarious thing happen to them, there's a good chance it's her.
-->'''Candace:''' [[MemeticMutation There's squirrels in my pants!!]]
* Daisy Duck takes some lumps, though not as much as the boys, in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack''.
* Despite being TheSmartGuy, in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Lisa Simpson is not safe from slapstick. She has been punched in the face at least twice (one of those times by a man!), hit in the face multiple times with a basketball, strapped to an airplane propeller that was then turned on at full speed as part of a military academy hazing, and - probably her most humiliating moment - dared by Bart into drinking canal water from the "Little Land of Duff" ride in [[SouvenirLand Duff Gardens]] which turned her into [[MushroomSamba a hallucinating, naked "Lizard Queen"]]. Marge also takes pratfalls, although far less often.
* Tabitha from ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'' is probably the most abused character in the show.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'':
** Nicole, the mother character, goes through quite a lot of this when chasing Gumball and Darwin in "The DVD".
** On "The Responsible", Anais, along with Gumball and Darwin literally smack into the ground after falling from the sky.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'':
** Nicole,
Amethyst of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a frequent victim of slapstick. Pearl and Garnet get it occasionally as well, though not as much as Amethyst.
* Stacy Stickler on ''WesternAnimation/StickinAround'' sometimes had her fair share of AmusingInjuries.
* The female engines, especially Emily, are as prone to accidents as
the mother character, goes through quite a lot of this when chasing Gumball and Darwin male ones in "The DVD".
** On "The Responsible", Anais, along with Gumball and Darwin literally smack into the ground after falling from the sky.
''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine''.



* Not even [[TheStoic Mandy]] from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' is immune to this trope. She's been [[AshFace burnt to a crisp]], [[CoveredInGunge got sneezed on]] by Grim twice, got swallowed and later spit out with hairballs by a giant cat, and so on.
* Zigzagged with ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. Amberley for the large part bumbled as much through missions as [[TheKlutz Rufus]] did. However this consisted mostly of tame pratfalls compared to the exaggerated AmusingInjuries [[IronButtMonkey the Urpneys]] suffered each episode.
* Princess Clara from ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' tends to be beaten up, sometimes randomly, by the housemates in several episodes.
** Toot Braunstein frequently dies in humorously grusum and over the top ways such as [[spoiler: chopping off her own head after Xander rejected her advances...]]
** Foxxy Love also has her moments such as [[spoiler: having a nail and a separate finger yanked off]]...
* Neither Buena Girl nor the other female {{Masked Luchador}}s were spared the AmusingInjuries in WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha.
* [[ButtMonkey The female zoologist]] from the Hip Hippos segments of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' falls in this trope.
* Minnie Mouse in the ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' short "Minnie Visits Daisy".
* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'': The duo goes through plenty of slapstick.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'': The Episode "The New Cadet", the new cadet (a HelloNurse-esque human woman) finds herself in the same ButtMonkey situations as the Porky Pig version (before she turns out to be a StalkerWithACrush) including getting blown up by Dodgers as a practical joke.

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* Not even [[TheStoic Mandy]] from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' The ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' series has quite a few of them. ''Total Drama'' runs off of this; no contestant is immune to this trope. She's been [[AshFace burnt to a crisp]], [[CoveredInGunge got sneezed on]] by Grim twice, got swallowed and later spit out with hairballs by a giant cat, and so on.
* Zigzagged with ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone''. Amberley for
immune.
** The spinoff ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace'' is exactly
the large part bumbled as much through missions as [[TheKlutz Rufus]] did. However this consisted mostly of tame pratfalls compared to the exaggerated AmusingInjuries [[IronButtMonkey the Urpneys]] suffered each episode.
* Princess Clara from ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' tends to be beaten up, sometimes randomly, by the housemates in several episodes.
** Toot Braunstein frequently dies in humorously grusum and over the top ways such as [[spoiler: chopping off her own head after Xander rejected her advances...]]
** Foxxy Love also has her moments such as [[spoiler: having a nail and a separate finger yanked off]]...
* Neither Buena Girl nor the other female {{Masked Luchador}}s were spared the AmusingInjuries in WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha.
* [[ButtMonkey The female zoologist]] from the Hip Hippos segments of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' falls in this trope.
* Minnie Mouse in the ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' short "Minnie Visits Daisy".
* ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'': The duo goes through plenty of slapstick.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'': The Episode "The New Cadet", the new cadet (a HelloNurse-esque human woman) finds herself in the same ButtMonkey situations as the Porky Pig version (before she turns out to be a StalkerWithACrush) including getting blown up by Dodgers as a practical joke.
same.



* Tabitha from ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'' is probably the most abused character in the show.
* Daisy Duck takes some lumps, though not as much as the boys, in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack''.
* Francine and Hayley Smith from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' become more and more on the receiving end of horrible beatings and misfortunes as the show progresses.
* The female engines, especially Emily, are as prone to accidents as the male ones in ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine''.

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* Tabitha [[ActionGirl Kitty Katswell]] from ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'' ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' is probably the most abused character in the show.
* Daisy Duck takes some lumps, though not
arguably subjected to more abuse than [[DumbMuscle Dudley Puppy]] himself, such as much as the boys, in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack''.
* Francine and Hayley Smith
being [[AshFace charred]] from ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' become more various situations, or being squashed or hit by cars and more on the receiving end of horrible beatings and misfortunes as the show progresses.
* The female engines, especially Emily, are as prone to accidents as the male ones in ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine''.
trains.



* Frequently Lola Bunny in ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', in stark contrast with her ''Film/SpaceJam'' counterpart.
* Despite being TheSmartGuy, [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Lisa Simpson]] is not safe from slapstick. She has been punched in the face at least twice (one of those times by a man!), hit in the face multiple times with a basketball, strapped to an airplane propeller that was then turned on at full speed as part of a military academy hazing, and - probably her most humiliating moment - dared by Bart into drinking canal water from the "Little Land of Duff" ride in [[SouvenirLand Duff Gardens]] which turned her into [[MushroomSamba a hallucinating, naked "Lizard Queen"]]. Marge also takes pratfalls, although far less often.



* Amethyst of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' is a frequent victim of slapstick. Pearl and Garnet get it occasionally as well, though not as much as Amethyst.
* WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra is no stranger to physical comedy, and Korra's personality makes her as good a target as anyone for it. For example, an airbending test early in the series tasks her with weaving between a series of quickly-spinning wooden planks, counter to the physical bending she's more adept at. The first couple scenes featuring the test boil down to Korra getting comically slapped around by the planks.
14th Jun '16 7:10:26 PM Arha
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* ''Manga/MonthlyGirlsNozakiKun'' is basically taking a lot of common shoujo character types and genderflipping them. In particular, in the supporting cast there's the princelike girl Kashima and the short, aggressive Hori. Kashima is tremendously irresponsible and tends to get kicked, thrown or otherwise physically punished in pretty much exactly the same way the tiny tsundere character would beat up her love interest in many other series.
1st Jun '16 6:50:49 AM JamesAustin
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* In 2004, when ''Raw'' hosted its second Diva Search contest, the winner, Christy Hemme, was awarded a WWE contract - and the losers had their evening gowns [[CoveredInGunge splattered with a big pot of chili]].

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* In 2004, when ''Raw'' hosted its second Diva Search contest, the winner, Christy Hemme, Wrestling/ChristyHemme, was awarded a WWE contract - and the losers had their evening gowns [[CoveredInGunge splattered with a big pot of chili]].
19th May '16 12:01:26 PM erforce
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* From the look of the Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} reboot trailer, it looks like these female Ghostbusters are going to be on the receiving end of some slapstick.

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* From the look of the Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}} ''Film/{{Ghostbusters|2016}}'' reboot trailer, it looks like these female Ghostbusters are going to be on the receiving end of some slapstick.



* In ''Franchise/HarryPotter'', there are quite a few instances of female characters undergoing this:
** In ''Chamber of Secrets'', Peeves chases Moaning Myrtle and pelts her with moldy peanuts. Later, a FunnyBackgroundEvent involves a nameless female student being turned into a badger by mistake in a Transfiguration class (while she's human again when she appears, she still has a white stripe in her hair).
** In ''Goblet of Fire'', while trying to stop Peeves from throwing water balloons on the newly-arrived students at the start of the year, [=McGonagall=] slips on the floor and only saves herself from falling by grabbing Hermione around the neck.
** In ''Half-Blood Prince'', Hermione absentmindedly squeezes a telescope, forgetting it was something Fred and George invented for their joke shop, and it punches her in the face. This is PlayedForLaughs entirely. The same goes for Trelawny being tossed out of the Room of Requirement.

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* In ''Franchise/HarryPotter'', ''Literature/HarryPotter'', there are quite a few instances of female characters undergoing this:
** In ''Chamber ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets The Chamber of Secrets'', Secrets]]'', Peeves chases Moaning Myrtle and pelts her with moldy peanuts. Later, a FunnyBackgroundEvent involves a nameless female student being turned into a badger by mistake in a Transfiguration class (while she's human again when she appears, she still has a white stripe in her hair).
** In ''Goblet ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire The Goblet of Fire'', Fire]]'', while trying to stop Peeves from throwing water balloons on the newly-arrived students at the start of the year, [=McGonagall=] slips on the floor and only saves herself from falling by grabbing Hermione around the neck.
** In ''Half-Blood Prince'', ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince The Half-Blood Prince]]'', Hermione absentmindedly squeezes a telescope, forgetting it was something Fred and George invented for their joke shop, and it punches her in the face. This is PlayedForLaughs entirely. The same goes for Trelawny being tossed out of the Room of Requirement.
18th May '16 9:28:31 AM 06tele
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* In the ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch "Hollywood Dish", co-host Brady Trunk (Bill Hader) would invariably ask the celebrity guest what she thought of the most recent episode of a reality TV show, whereupon he and co-host Anastasia Stix (Kirsten Wiig) would sip beverages and await the answer. The guest would then reply "I don't really watch reality TV", at which Brady, goggle-eyed with shock, would turn and spit his mouthful of beverage directly into Anastasia's face.

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* In the ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch "Hollywood Dish", co-host Brady Trunk (Bill Hader) would invariably ask the celebrity guest what she thought of the most recent episode of a reality TV show, whereupon he and co-host Anastasia Stix (Kirsten Wiig) (Creator/KristenWiig) would sip beverages and await the answer. The guest would then reply "I don't really watch reality TV", at which Brady, goggle-eyed with shock, would turn and spit his mouthful of beverage directly into Anastasia's face.
18th May '16 9:26:30 AM 06tele
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* In the ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch "Hollywood Dish", co-host Brady Trunk (Bill Hader) would invariably ask the celebrity guest what she thought of the most recent episode of a reality TV show, whereupon he and co-host Anastasia Stix (Kirsten Wiig) would sip beverages and await the answer. The guest would then reply "I don't really watch reality TV", at which Brady, goggle-eyed with shock, would turn and spit his mouthful of beverage directly into Anastasia's face.
** Taken UpToEleven in the sketch's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3lEPL1nzYI final appearance with Creator/ScarlettJohansson]]: on being told by Johansson that she didn't watch reality TV, Hader spat his mouthful of smoothie into Wiig's face, took her smoothie and emptied it over her head, and finally picked up the cookie bowl, dumped the contents on Wiig's head and then put the bowl on her head as well like an oversized helmet.
13th May '16 6:56:08 PM Psi001
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Contrast is usually ImmuneToSlapstick.
29th Apr '16 3:17:58 PM ironballs16
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** In [[EstablishingSeriesMoment the second episode]], resident NiceGirl Mirajane [[GrievousHarmWithABody gets nailed by one of her flying guildmates in the middle of a bar brawl]], and she cheerfully continues talking to Lucy about how much fun they are.

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** In [[EstablishingSeriesMoment the second episode]], resident NiceGirl Mirajane is sent sprawling by her brother, [[GrievousHarmWithABody gets nailed by one of her who'd been sent flying guildmates in the middle of a bar brawl]], from the]] BigBallOfViolence, and she cheerfully continues talking to Lucy about how much fun they are.the brawls are before passing out.
29th Apr '16 3:15:20 PM ironballs16
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** In the second episode, resident NiceGirl Mirajane [[EstablishingSeriesMoment gets nailed by a flying table in the middle of a bar brawl]], and she cheerfully continues talking to Lucy about how much fun they are.

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** In [[EstablishingSeriesMoment the second episode, episode]], resident NiceGirl Mirajane [[EstablishingSeriesMoment [[GrievousHarmWithABody gets nailed by a one of her flying table guildmates in the middle of a bar brawl]], and she cheerfully continues talking to Lucy about how much fun they are.
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** In the second episode, resident NiceGirl Mirajane [[EstablishingSeriesMoment gets nailed by a flying table in the middle of a bar brawl]], and she cheerfully continues talking to Lucy about how much fun they are.
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