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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': Dr. Venus says this to Dr. Macabre as she gave him both barrels in her TheReasonYouSuckSpeech. As a MadScientist, you know you've screwed the pooch when ProfessorGuineaPig says you've gone too far.
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* In season three of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', Merle was this for the short time he was with the group. Nobody liked him, and he was best remembered as a racist and unpleasant {{Jerkass}}. Most people tolerated him because he was Daryl's brother, but even Daryl started to get fed up.
20th Jun '16 1:51:13 PM Truffle
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* In ''Fanfic/PrisonIslandBreak'', the group initially treats Shadow this way. His only friend is Sonic, and it takes [[spoiler: Silver]] a long, ''long'' time to warm up to him.
** Absolutely ''no one'' likes Scourge. The only reason he sticks around is because there's very little the group can do to get rid of him.
12th Jun '16 1:10:30 PM Tron80
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* Asuka Langley Sohryu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' is intellectually gifted and a skilled EVA pilot, but she's pretty {{insufferable|Genius}} about that and everything else. She often puts up an [[BitchInSheepsClothing innocent façade]] to get by, but likes to belittle people just to boost her confidence, like calling Shinji an idiot for not knowing the truth about the Second Impact, without knowing that he was never even told a word in the first place, and going so far as to get mad at Rei when she doesn't respond to her bullying. The only one who even remotely likes her is Kensuke, and even that is his hormones speaking. Of course, she's just [[ThereAreNoTherapists as broken as most of the cast]], but still.
** This dynamic is only subverted with Touji: him and Asuka are more like [[SitcomArchNemesis Sitcom Arch-Nemeses]], though his hatred for her came when she tried to extort them (i.e. Touji, Shinji and Kensuke, who were just standing around) for arcade quarters as a first contact.
12th Jun '16 7:17:25 AM rafi
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* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'':
** Russia is this through necessity for the Allies and fear for the rest, especially the Slavs and Baltics.
** America can also fill this role. He's well-meaning, but tends not to notice the suffering he causes others. The other nations consider him young and inexperienced when they're feeling particularly charitable. Usually, they consider him an idiot who constantly gets into scrapes wanting to be "the hero".
** Prussia fills this role due to how obnoxious he is towards everyone around him, particularly Austria and Hungary. The person who tolerates him the most is Germany, who is in a constant state of exasperation with him and despite being Prussia's younger brother, acts more like an older brother and caretaker towards him.



* Also by Kiyohiko Azuma: Yanda from ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}''. It doesn't help that the person he will pick on most is five years old. Although, he quickly [[CharacterDevelopment evolves]] into a SitcomArchNemesis for Yotsuba (and later even FriendlyEnemy) and his antics don't trigger more than mild annoyance in other characters. Also partially {{justified|Trope}}, as he's a coworker of Yotsuba's father.
* Miu Matsuoka in ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow''. She's usually included because she's Chika's oldest friend and next door neighbor.
* Chiri in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' is a lot like Cartman. She's a very extreme HeroicComedicSociopath and everyone is afraid of her AxCrazy streak, but she's still part of the group. It probably helps that everyone else is pretty crazy/borderline sociopathic.
* Haruo Niijima from ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple''. He's a self-proclaimed evil genius, and is cowardly and manipulative. Even his "friends" often wonder why the heck they tolerate his presence. The only person who seems to genuinely like having him around is the resident {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Siegfried, everyone else was bullied, blackmailed, or otherwise manipulated into joining him... but at least he's good with information and a capable strategist, so he does make himself quite useful.
* Asuka Langley Sohryu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' is intellectually gifted and a skilled EVA pilot, but she's pretty {{insufferable|Genius}} about that and everything else. She often puts up an [[BitchInSheepsClothing innocent façade]] to get by, but likes to belittle people just to boost her confidence, like calling Shinji an idiot for not knowing the truth about the Second Impact, without knowing that he was never even told a word in the first place, and going so far as to get mad at Rei when she doesn't respond to her bullying. The only one who even remotely likes her is Kensuke, and even that is his hormones speaking. Of course, she's just [[ThereAreNoTherapists as broken as most of the cast]], but still.
** This dynamic is only subverted with Touji: him and Asuka are more like [[SitcomArchNemesis Sitcom Arch-Nemeses]], though his hatred for her came when she tried to extort them (i.e. Touji, Shinji and Kensuke, who were just standing around) for arcade quarters as a first contact.
* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'':
** Russia is this through necessity for the Allies and fear for the rest, especially the Slavs and Baltics.
** America can also fill this role. He's well-meaning, but tends not to notice the suffering he causes others. The other nations consider him young and inexperienced when they're feeling particularly charitable. Usually, they consider him an idiot who constantly gets into scrapes wanting to be "the hero".
** Prussia fills this role due to how obnoxious he is towards everyone around him, particularly Austria and Hungary. The person who tolerates him the most is Germany, who is in a constant state of exasperation with him and despite being Prussia's younger brother, acts more like an older brother and caretaker towards him.

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* Also by Kiyohiko Azuma: Yanda Both Li's took turns as this in ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura'', both Syaoran and later Meiling starting off competitive, arrogant and intimidating rivals. [[AllLovingHero Sakura]] struggles to be contemptuous about it however, and is kind to them despite their abrasiveness towards her, something that wins them over and makes them softer, more genuine friends.
* ''Manga/DeathNote'' has Higuchi
from ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}''. It doesn't help that the person he will pick on most is five years old. Although, he quickly [[CharacterDevelopment evolves]] into a SitcomArchNemesis for Yotsuba (and later even FriendlyEnemy) and his antics don't trigger more than mild annoyance in other characters. Also partially {{justified|Trope}}, as he's a coworker of Yotsuba's father.
* Miu Matsuoka in ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow''. She's usually included because she's Chika's oldest friend and next door neighbor.
* Chiri in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' is a lot like Cartman. She's a very extreme HeroicComedicSociopath and everyone is afraid of her AxCrazy streak, but she's still part of the group. It probably helps that everyone else is pretty crazy/borderline sociopathic.
* Haruo Niijima from ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple''. He's a self-proclaimed evil genius, and is cowardly and manipulative. Even his "friends"
Group's Death Conference members. He often wonder why the heck they tolerate shows his presence. The only person who seems to genuinely like having him around is the resident {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Siegfried, everyone else was bullied, blackmailed, or otherwise manipulated into joining him... but at least he's good with information and a capable strategist, so he does make himself quite useful.
* Asuka Langley Sohryu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' is intellectually gifted and a skilled EVA pilot, but she's pretty {{insufferable|Genius}} about that and everything else. She often puts up an [[BitchInSheepsClothing innocent façade]] to get by, but likes to belittle people just to boost her confidence, like calling Shinji an idiot for not knowing the truth about the Second Impact, without knowing that he was never even told a word in the first place, and going so far as to get mad at Rei when she doesn't respond to her bullying. The only one who even remotely likes her is Kensuke, and even that is his hormones speaking. Of course, she's just [[ThereAreNoTherapists as broken as most of the cast]], but still.
** This dynamic is only subverted with Touji: him and Asuka are more like [[SitcomArchNemesis Sitcom Arch-Nemeses]], though his hatred for her came when she tried to extort them (i.e. Touji, Shinji and Kensuke, who were just standing around) for arcade quarters as a first contact.
* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'':
** Russia is this through necessity for the Allies and fear for the rest, especially the Slavs and Baltics.
** America can also fill this role. He's well-meaning, but tends not to notice the suffering he causes others. The other nations consider him young and inexperienced when they're feeling particularly charitable. Usually, they consider him an idiot who constantly gets into scrapes wanting to be "the hero".
** Prussia fills this role due to how obnoxious he is towards everyone around him, particularly Austria and Hungary. The person who tolerates him the most is Germany, who is in a constant state of exasperation with him and
arrogance despite being Prussia's younger brother, acts more like an older brother not as competent and caretaker towards him.smart as six of the other seven members, leading him to be disliked by his co-workers. Namikawa, Mido and Shimura conclude from his bad personality that [[spoiler:he is the Kira among them. They are right]].



* Kai Shiden in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' started out as this. Late into the series, however, he got his breakout episode where he [[spoiler:had a love interest only to see her die in the next episode]]. After this, he became a more sympathetic character. His cameo appearances in ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'' definitely showed a more mature Kai.
* ''Anime/SonicX'':
** Knuckles seems to be this to Sonic and the others, but this doesn't help that his hot-headed attitude and his [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong disagreements with the group's thinking]] makes his bonding with them very difficult to handle.
** Amy is the same way. Due to her bad attitude and violent behavior, the team prefers to work without her, despite Caring and [[HairTriggerTemper occasional]] Fear.
* ''Manga/MedakaBox'': Seeing as he's formerly Medaka's ArchEnemy, Kumagawa gets this treatment at times. Despite annoying many of the characters, the Student Council keeps him around to keep him in check.
* Subverted in ''Manga/YuGiOh''. Kaiba isn't friends with Yugi and his crew, but he's not a complete stranger to them either. They don't really like him and the feeling is mutual. However, neither party makes any attempts to keep their distance from one another.
* However in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', the group is friends with Manjoume, even though no one really likes him.
* The "Loony Gang" in ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'' which consists of Mrs. Ichinose, Akemi, and Yotsuya.



* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventures'':
** Rohan Kishibe in Part 4. Even after his HeelFaceTurn and joining the group to hunt down Kira, he still absolutely hates Josuke, and Josuke and Okuyasu still think he's pretty creepy and insufferable and hard to be around. About the only person he gets along with is Koichi (who he tried to ''kill'' pre-HeelFaceTurn,) who's still a little uncomfortable around him for quite a while.
** Also in that part, Shigekiyo "Fatty" Yangu. Though Josuke and Okuyasu tolerate him, they still find him despicable and don't trust him, owing to him stealing their lottery money. Despite this, [[spoiler: Fatty's death is the catalyst that gets Josuke's team to start fighting back against [[BigBad Kira]]]]
* Tarou Takanashi in ''Anime/{{Shirobako}}'' is a [[TheLoad useless and incompetent dumbass]] with the sensitivity and tact of a brick, and his bumbling (for which he [[NeverMyFault consistently fails to show any shred of responsibility]]) has threatened the studio at least twice ''in just six episodes'', but he still isn't fired yet.



* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': While he's certainly respected among the main characters, most of them still agree that [[AntiHero Saitou]] is still rather unpleasant to deal with.
* The only member of their group of friends Saori from ''Manga/WanderingSon'' is consistently on good terms with is Kanako. Throughout the several years the manga take place, Saori has gone through stages of either being a moody, sarcastic jerk to everyone to being nice to them.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': While he's certainly respected among Ging Freecss (Gon's dad) in ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' is this to the main characters, most vast majority of the Hunter Organization. He's highly regarded and admired for his skills and knows most, if not all of them still on a personal level, and every single one of them can immediately agree that [[AntiHero Saitou]] he is a colossal pain in the ass.
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'':
** Rohan Kishibe in Part 4. Even after his HeelFaceTurn and joining the group to hunt down Kira, he
still rather unpleasant absolutely hates Josuke, and Josuke and Okuyasu still think he's pretty creepy and insufferable and hard to deal with.be around. About the only person he gets along with is Koichi (who he tried to ''kill'' pre-HeelFaceTurn,) who's still a little uncomfortable around him for quite a while.
** Also in that part, Shigekiyo "Fatty" Yangu. Though Josuke and Okuyasu tolerate him, they still find him despicable and don't trust him, owing to him stealing their lottery money. Despite this, [[spoiler: Fatty's death is the catalyst that gets Josuke's team to start fighting back against [[BigBad Kira]]]]
* Haruo Niijima from ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple''. He's a self-proclaimed evil genius, and is cowardly and manipulative. Even his "friends" often wonder why the heck they tolerate his presence. The only person who seems to genuinely like having him around is the resident {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Siegfried, everyone else was bullied, blackmailed, or otherwise manipulated into joining him... but at least he's good with information and a capable strategist, so he does make himself quite useful.
* The "Loony Gang" in ''Manga/MaisonIkkoku'' which consists of Mrs. Ichinose, Akemi, and Yotsuya.

* The ''Manga/MedakaBox'': Seeing as he's formerly Medaka's ArchEnemy, Kumagawa gets this treatment at times. Despite annoying many of the characters, the Student Council keeps him around to keep him in check.
* Kai Shiden in ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' started out as this. Late into the series, however, he got his breakout episode where he [[spoiler:had a love interest
only member of their group of friends Saori from ''Manga/WanderingSon'' is consistently on good terms with is Kanako. Throughout to see her die in the several years the manga take place, Saori has gone through stages of either being next episode]]. After this, he became a moody, sarcastic jerk to everyone to being nice to them.more sympathetic character. His cameo appearances in ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'' definitely showed a more mature Kai.



* ''Manga/DeathNote'':
** Touta Matsuda is the least respected and least liked member of the Special Investigation Force because he is TheLoad for the most part and his cheerful enthusiasm is often inappropriate and annoying, which irritates the other members a lot. The main reasons he doesn't get kicked out is because he is one of the few brave people who hunt Kira, the Special Investigation Force is understaffed and he's not useless all the time.
** Higuchi from the Yotsuba Group's Death Conference members. He often shows his arrogance despite being not as competent and smart as six of the other seven members, leading him to be disliked by his co-workers. Namikawa, Mido and Shimura conclude from his bad personality that [[spoiler:he is the Kira among them. They are right]].
* Both Li's took turns as this in ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura'', both Syaoran and later Meiling starting off competitive, arrogant and intimidating rivals. [[AllLovingHero Sakura]] struggles to be contemptuous about it however, and is kind to them despite their abrasiveness towards her, something that wins them over and makes them softer, more genuine friends.

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* ''Manga/DeathNote'':
** Touta Matsuda
Asuka Langley Sohryu from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' is intellectually gifted and a skilled EVA pilot, but she's pretty {{insufferable|Genius}} about that and everything else. She often puts up an [[BitchInSheepsClothing innocent façade]] to get by, but likes to belittle people just to boost her confidence, like calling Shinji an idiot for not knowing the least respected truth about the Second Impact, without knowing that he was never even told a word in the first place, and least liked going so far as to get mad at Rei when she doesn't respond to her bullying. The only one who even remotely likes her is Kensuke, and even that is his hormones speaking. Of course, she's just [[ThereAreNoTherapists as broken as most of the cast]], but still.
** This dynamic is only subverted with Touji: him and Asuka are more like [[SitcomArchNemesis Sitcom Arch-Nemeses]], though his hatred for her came when she tried to extort them (i.e. Touji, Shinji and Kensuke, who were just standing around) for arcade quarters as a first contact.
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Meowth initially started as such in the original series, considering himself "[[LeaderWannabe Top Cat]]" of the Team Rocket trio, despite Jessie and James often being irritated by him or even considering replacing him and their Pokemon refusing to obey him. This got downplayed as the trio's [[TrueCompanions sympathetic characterisations]] became more prominent (of the three, Jessie is now more liable to play this because of her temperament, though even then [[VitriolicBestBuds she's not a full example]]).
** Wobbuffet similarly had a bad debut with the trio, due to being a accidental replacement for the (comparatively) more competent Likitung and often irritating them with his dopiness and refusal to stay in his Pokeball. As time passed however, they warmed up to him, and by the time he returns to them in the Kalos region he's practically the fourth
member of the Special Investigation Force because he is TheLoad for the most part and his cheerful enthusiasm is often inappropriate and annoying, which irritates the other members a lot. The main reasons he doesn't get kicked out is because he is one of the few brave people who hunt Kira, the Special Investigation Force is understaffed and team.
* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': While
he's not useless all the time.
** Higuchi from the Yotsuba Group's Death Conference members. He often shows his arrogance despite being not as competent and smart as six of the other seven members, leading him to be disliked by his co-workers. Namikawa, Mido and Shimura conclude from his bad personality that [[spoiler:he is the Kira
certainly respected among them. They are right]].
* Both Li's took turns as this in ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura'', both Syaoran and later Meiling starting off competitive, arrogant and intimidating rivals. [[AllLovingHero Sakura]] struggles to be contemptuous about it however, and is kind to
the main characters, most of them despite their abrasiveness towards her, something still agree that wins them over and makes them softer, more genuine friends.[[AntiHero Saitou]] is still rather unpleasant to deal with.



* ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'':
** Meowth initially started as such in the original series, considering himself "[[LeaderWannabe Top Cat]]" of the Team Rocket trio, despite Jessie and James often being irritated by him or even considering replacing him and their Pokemon refusing to obey him. This got downplayed as the trio's [[TrueCompanions sympathetic characterisations]] became more prominent (of the three, Jessie is now more liable to play this because of her temperament, though even then [[VitriolicBestBuds she's not a full example]]).
** Wobbuffet similarly had a bad debut with the trio, due to being a accidental replacement for the (comparatively) more competent Likitung and often irritating them with his dopiness and refusal to stay in his Pokeball. As time passed however, they warmed up to him, and by the time he returns to them in the Kalos region he's practically the fourth member of the team.

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* ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'':
** Meowth initially started as such
Chiri in the original series, considering himself "[[LeaderWannabe Top Cat]]" of the Team Rocket trio, despite Jessie ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' is a lot like Cartman. She's a very extreme HeroicComedicSociopath and James often being irritated by him or even considering replacing him and their Pokemon refusing to obey him. This got downplayed as the trio's [[TrueCompanions sympathetic characterisations]] became more prominent (of the three, Jessie everyone is now more liable to play this because afraid of her temperament, though even then [[VitriolicBestBuds AxCrazy streak, but she's not still part of the group. It probably helps that everyone else is pretty crazy/borderline sociopathic.
* Tarou Takanashi in ''Anime/{{Shirobako}}'' is
a full example]]).
** Wobbuffet similarly had a bad debut
[[TheLoad useless and incompetent dumbass]] with the trio, due sensitivity and tact of a brick, and his bumbling (for which he [[NeverMyFault consistently fails to show any shred of responsibility]]) has threatened the studio at least twice ''in just six episodes'', but he still isn't fired yet.
* ''Anime/SonicX'':
** Knuckles seems to be this to Sonic and the others, but this doesn't help that his hot-headed attitude and his [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong disagreements with the group's thinking]] makes his bonding with them very difficult to handle.
** Amy is the same way. Due to her bad attitude and violent behavior, the team prefers to work without her, despite Caring and [[HairTriggerTemper occasional]] Fear.
* Miu Matsuoka in ''Manga/StrawberryMarshmallow''. She's usually included because she's Chika's oldest friend and next door neighbor.
* The only member of their group of friends Saori from ''Manga/WanderingSon'' is consistently on good terms with is Kanako. Throughout the several years the manga take place, Saori has gone through stages of either being a moody, sarcastic jerk to everyone
to being nice to them.
* Yanda from ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}''. It doesn't help that the person he will pick on most is five years old. Although, he quickly [[CharacterDevelopment evolves]] into
a accidental replacement SitcomArchNemesis for the (comparatively) Yotsuba (and later even FriendlyEnemy) and his antics don't trigger more competent Likitung and often irritating them with his dopiness and refusal to stay than mild annoyance in his Pokeball. As time passed however, they warmed up to him, and by the time he returns to them in the Kalos region other characters. Also partially {{justified|Trope}}, as he's practically a coworker of Yotsuba's father.
* Subverted in ''Manga/YuGiOh''. Kaiba isn't friends with Yugi and his crew, but he's not a complete stranger to them either. They don't really like him and
the fourth member of feeling is mutual. However, neither party makes any attempts to keep their distance from one another.
** However in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'',
the team.group is friends with Manjoume, even though no one really likes him.
9th Jun '16 9:14:14 AM Daethalion
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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'': Jayne Cobb, to the point where the others don't even bother with the "wait until they're out of the room" part. When the crew is discussing what to do with River, a mentally-unstable girl who may or may not be [[SuperSoldier a living weapon]], Zoe says she's never hurt anyone. When Jayne points out she sliced him in the chest with a butcher knife ''without provocation'', Zoe amends it to "anyone we can't spare". He remains on the ship because he gets money, and they keep him because he's good with weapons and doesn't usually sell them out.

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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'': Jayne Cobb, to the point where the others don't even bother with the [[ImStandingRightHere "wait until they're out of the room" part. part.]] When the crew is discussing what to do with River, a mentally-unstable girl who may or may not be [[SuperSoldier a living weapon]], Zoe says she's never hurt anyone. When Jayne points out she sliced him in the chest with a butcher knife ''without provocation'', Zoe amends it to "anyone we can't spare". He remains on the ship because he gets money, and they keep him because he's good with weapons and doesn't usually sell them out.
8th Jun '16 6:56:32 PM Valiona
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* In ''Fanfic/BoysUndSenshado'', Heishi is this among Shark Team, which is entirely composed of male [[OriginalCharacter OCs]]. The team isn't especially close (in contrast to most [[Anime/GirlsUndPanzer Oarai]] crews, which are composed of clubs or close friends)- only Akio and Masaru are friends with each other, as are the other two boys- but none of the two pairs of close friends especially like Heishi, thinking of him as an annoyance.

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* In ''Fanfic/BoysUndSenshado'', Heishi is this among Shark Team, which is entirely composed of male [[OriginalCharacter OCs]]. The team isn't especially close (in contrast to most [[Anime/GirlsUndPanzer Oarai]] crews, which are composed of clubs or close friends)- only Akio and Masaru are friends with each other, as are the other two boys- but none of the two pairs of close friends especially like Heishi, thinking of him as an annoyance. He's a Necessity example, though, since they need him to load their tank.



* In ''Fanfic/TheStalkingZukoSeries'', Mai is a Dating example, as while she's Zuko's girlfriend, her abrasive attitude gets on everyone else's nerves. Interestingly enough, she starts getting along better with the rest of the cast after (albeit not as a result of) her breakup with Zuko.



* [[{{Mascot}} Teddie]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' constantly annoys his teammates with his [[IncrediblyLamePun terrible puns]] and [[CasanovaWannabe perverted antics]] to the point where pretty much everybody barring [[TheStoic the main]] [[TeamDad protagonist]] is always mad at him. It's still clear that they do care about him, though, [[spoiler: particularly when he goes missing.]]

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* [[{{Mascot}} Teddie]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' constantly annoys his teammates with his [[IncrediblyLamePun terrible puns]] and [[CasanovaWannabe perverted antics]] to the point where pretty much everybody barring [[TheStoic the main]] [[TeamDad protagonist]] is always mad at him. It's still clear that they do care about him, though, [[spoiler: particularly when he goes missing.]]missing]], and they need him to get into the TV and find some of the people who have been thrown in, making this a case of Caring and Necessity.
7th Jun '16 2:07:16 AM jormis29
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* In WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows' review of ''From Justin to Kelly'' (crossed over with WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick), he wonders why girls always have a "[[TokenEvilTeammate Token Evil Friend]]."

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* In WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows' review of ''From Justin to Kelly'' ''Film/FromJustinToKelly'' (crossed over with WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick), he wonders why girls always have a "[[TokenEvilTeammate Token Evil Friend]]."
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* Meowth initially started as such in the original series of the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime, considering himself "[[LeaderWannabe Top Cat]]" of the Team Rocket trio, despite Jessie and James often being irritated by him or even considering replacing him and their Pokemon refusing to obey him. This got downplayed as the trio's [[TrueCompanions sympathetic characterisations]] became more prominent (of the three, Jessie is now more liable to play this because of her temperament, though even then [[VitriolicBestBuds she's not a full example]]).

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* ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'':
**
Meowth initially started as such in the original series of the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime, series, considering himself "[[LeaderWannabe Top Cat]]" of the Team Rocket trio, despite Jessie and James often being irritated by him or even considering replacing him and their Pokemon refusing to obey him. This got downplayed as the trio's [[TrueCompanions sympathetic characterisations]] became more prominent (of the three, Jessie is now more liable to play this because of her temperament, though even then [[VitriolicBestBuds she's not a full example]]).example]]).
** Wobbuffet similarly had a bad debut with the trio, due to being a accidental replacement for the (comparatively) more competent Likitung and often irritating them with his dopiness and refusal to stay in his Pokeball. As time passed however, they warmed up to him, and by the time he returns to them in the Kalos region he's practically the fourth member of the team.
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* Meowth initially started as such in the original series of the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' anime, considering himself "[[LeaderWannabe Top Cat]]" of the Team Rocket trio, despite Jessie and James often being irritated by him or even considering replacing him and their Pokemon refusing to obey him. This got downplayed as the trio's [[TrueCompanions sympathetic characterisations]] became more prominent (of the three, Jessie is now more liable to play this because of her temperament, though even then [[VitriolicBestBuds she's not a full example]]).
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