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24th Sep '17 6:30:27 AM fruitstripegum
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'' episode 'Carl Wheezer, Boy Genius" Carl, of all people, is is this Jimmy even though saved his and his girlfriend, Elke's lives, but Carl wanted Elke to believe the lies he told her in his letters, so he kept doing this until Elke admitted she was lying to him the whole time.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'' episode 'Carl Wheezer, Boy Genius" Carl, of all people, is is this towards Jimmy even though Jimmy saved his and his girlfriend, Elke's lives, but Carl wanted Elke to believe the lies he told her in his letters, so he kept doing this until Elke admitted she was lying to him the whole time.
23rd Sep '17 11:35:38 PM Lanes17B
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* ''Series/TheJeffersons'': Unlike what the episode title may imply, "Sorry, Wrong Meeting" is not a funny little story about accidentally walking into the wrong meeting, although the plot is most certainly about walking into the wrong meeting. To determine how to handle a series of burglaries in the Manhattan high-rise where the Willises and Jeffersons live, Tom plans a meeting; in the elevator, he runs into a man (who has just moved into the building) and his son, who are planning their own meeting. Tom -- unknowing that the gentleman is the master of the local chapter of TheKlan, and unknowing that the meeting is about running the Jeffersons out -- offers to come. George, Tom and Mr. Bentley (also a white man) arrive and discover that they have the wrong meeting. A loud argument eventually ensues, with George's natural talent of wit (along with Tom's reasoning and Mr. Bentley also using sarcastic wit) thwarting the leader's racist reasoning at every turn. Eventually, the Klan leader suddenly passes out, and George -- the only one who knows CPR -- manages to revive him and save his life. However, when the man's son tells him that George had saved him, the leader promptly tells his son that "You should've let me die" as the paramedics take him away (The audience gasps in disbelief at this point). His attitude makes the other members realize what they're doing is wrong and, when his assistant tries to resume the meeting, the others all leave the club en masse, with the son -- who had once admired his father and was starting to become the very racist image of him -- apologizes and takes a look at his own values.

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* ''Series/TheJeffersons'': Unlike what the episode title may imply, "Sorry, Wrong Meeting" is not a funny little story about accidentally walking into the wrong meeting, although the plot is most certainly about walking into the wrong meeting. To determine how to handle a series of burglaries in the Manhattan high-rise where the Willises and Jeffersons live, Tom plans a meeting; in the elevator, he runs into a man (who has just moved into the building) and his son, who are planning their own meeting. Tom -- unknowing that the gentleman is the master of the local chapter of TheKlan, and unknowing that the meeting is about running the Jeffersons out -- offers to come. George, Tom and Mr. Bentley (also a white man) arrive and discover that they have the wrong meeting. A loud argument eventually ensues, with George's natural talent of wit (along with Tom's reasoning and Mr. Bentley also using sarcastic wit) thwarting the leader's racist reasoning at every turn. Eventually, the Klan leader suddenly passes out, and George -- the only one who knows CPR -- manages to revive him and save his life. However, when the man's son tells him that George had saved him, the leader promptly tells his son that "You should've let me die" as the paramedics take him away (The audience gasps in disbelief at this point). His attitude makes the other members realize what they're doing is wrong and, when his assistant tries to resume the meeting, the others all leave the club en masse, with the son -- [[BrokenPedestal who had once admired his father and was starting to become the very racist image of him -- apologizes and takes a look at his own values.]]
15th Sep '17 3:45:08 AM DesiredUsernameTaken
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** Stumpy is one to Kaeloo in Episode 128. The plot of the episode revolves around Stumpy using various schemes to trick people into giving him money to buy a video game. Each time he tries something on Kaeloo, she immediately sees through the trick, but gives him money anyway and compliments his creativity in coming upnwith the scheme. In order to get more sympathy from others and therefore more money, Stumpy goes on TV and narrates a completely false story about his life which portrays Kaeloo as a selfish and bossy {{jerkass}}.
10th Sep '17 8:29:09 AM deelight868b
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* The weeping willow in ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVAbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder''. When you turn her back into her human form, she carelessly tosses aside her harp (the sole comfort she had the whole time she was a tree), calls her fiancé, and struts off with him withouta word of thanks to you. As WebVideo/PawDugan put it in his LetsPlay, "YOU'RE WELCOME, YOU UNGRATEFUL '''''BIIIIIIIITCH!!'''''"

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* The weeping willow in ''VideoGame/KingsQuestVAbsenceMakesTheHeartGoYonder''. When you turn her back into her human form, she carelessly tosses aside her harp (the sole comfort she had the whole time she was a tree), calls her fiancé, and struts off with him withouta word of thanks to you. As WebVideo/PawDugan put it in his LetsPlay, "YOU'RE WELCOME, YOU UNGRATEFUL '''''BIIIIIIIITCH!!'''''"
4th Sep '17 1:52:54 PM NNinja
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* ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' Trilogy: Whenever you save Phi she'll ''always'' be a {{bitch}} about it.
** In ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' [[spoiler: In K's end Phi and K get injected with poison and Sigma gets only one dose of antidote. Since K's inside PoweredArmor, Sigma cannot inject him, so he injects Phi, before he gets poisoned himself. Phi then complains that she'll be in debt instead of thanking him for saving her, and claims he should've injected himself.]]
** In ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' [[spoiler: during the Russian roulette, Diana cas save Phi if she shots Sigma with revolver half-filled with blanks. If Diana shots a blank then Phi gets mad at her for risking Sigma's life, saying she didn't care that he might die, even though Sigma himslef told her to shot. If he dies it's even worse, as Phi will call Diana a murderer.]]
4th Sep '17 1:31:33 PM NNinja
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** The Jedi in general count too. Oh hey look, here's this nice woman who let her son come and join us. If it wasn't for her, we wouldn't have the Chosen One in our order...What's that? She's still a slave? Oh never mind. We'll just let her suffer in slavery and then get tortured to death by savages. This also applies on a broader scale, what with the typical treatment of families who give up their ''children'' to the Order.
29th Aug '17 8:06:17 AM Shadowgazer
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{LooneyTunes}}'': Played with in ''Daffy Duck Hunt'' with Barnyard Dog. His entire plan relied on catching Daffy by making him take pity on him by claiming that Porky would abuse him if he didn't get him and promising that he would release him afterwards. Acting on impulse he did take pity on Daffy and took him out of the freezer but then he showed that he had no intention of honoring his promised and letting him go ultimately playing it straight.
27th Aug '17 3:59:13 PM gjjones
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** At the beginning of the series, Naruto is frequently resented by the Konoha villagers. If the Kyuubi hadn't been sealed inside him, it would have destroyed Konoha, but he is a pariah because of it. Over time, this gets better as they see how much Naruto has accomplished and start regarding him as a hero.

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** At the beginning of the series, Naruto is frequently resented by the Konoha villagers. If the Kyuubi hadn't been sealed inside him, Naruto, it would have destroyed Konoha, but Konoha. However, he is considered a pariah because of his association with it. Over time, this gets better as they see how much Naruto has accomplished and start regarding him as a hero.
27th Aug '17 3:57:23 PM gjjones
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** Also, the treatment of Naruto by the villagers. If the Kyuubi hadn't been sealed inside him, it would have destroyed Konoha, but he is a pariah because of it. Over time, this gets better as they see how much Naruto has accomplished and start regarding him as a hero.

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** Also, At the treatment beginning of the series, Naruto is frequently resented by the Konoha villagers. If the Kyuubi hadn't been sealed inside him, it would have destroyed Konoha, but he is a pariah because of it. Over time, this gets better as they see how much Naruto has accomplished and start regarding him as a hero.
23rd Aug '17 12:53:44 PM StarTropes
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Contrast GrudgingThankYou. Probably not related to the Film/{{inglourious|Basterds}} kind. See also EntitledBastard.

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Contrast GrudgingThankYou.GrudgingThankYou, and ''definitely'' IOweYouMyLife. Probably not related to the Film/{{inglourious|Basterds}} kind. See also EntitledBastard.
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