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25th Jun '16 11:19:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has Brett, the unfortunate Isis employee that has been shot eight times over the course of the series, mostly by ricocheting friendly fire. He's also been beaten half to death three or four times. This is frequently lampshaded and all of the characters (except for Brett, who is an extra) either don't care or find it hilarious.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheDatingGuy'' had the man in the green jacket who is always the victim of gruesome violence.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has Brett, the unfortunate Isis employee that has been shot eight times over the course of the series, mostly by ricocheting friendly fire. He's also been beaten half to death three or four times. This is frequently lampshaded and all of the characters (except for Brett, who is an extra) either don't care or find it hilarious.
hilarious.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheDatingGuy'' had the man in the green jacket who is always the victim of gruesome violence.


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25th Jun '16 2:49:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* Jitters in ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}''. While he was a secondary character in the ''RawToonage'' shorts, he was DemotedToExtra on the series proper, appearing only to be caught in the crossfire between Bonkers and the VillainOfTheWeek.

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* Jitters in ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}''. While he was a secondary character in the ''RawToonage'' ''WesternAnimation/RawToonage'' shorts, he was DemotedToExtra on the series proper, appearing only to be caught in the crossfire between Bonkers and the VillainOfTheWeek.
17th Jan '16 11:53:35 AM nombretomado
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* In ''LawAndOrderSVU'', a lab tech seems to catch all the bad cases, especially those that involve havoc in the labs. [[spoiler:This culminates in his murder by another tech.]]

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* In ''LawAndOrderSVU'', ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'', a lab tech seems to catch all the bad cases, especially those that involve havoc in the labs. [[spoiler:This culminates in his murder by another tech.]]
7th Jan '16 1:08:17 AM Sheora
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' has Pakmar, an alien who owns a series of businesses that Ben keeps on accidently destroying.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' has Pakmar, an alien who owns a series of businesses that Ben keeps on accidently destroying.accidentally destroying.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', every time there is a disaster of some sort, the same fish can be heard shouting "My leg!"
26th Dec '15 11:00:58 AM Peteman
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', the 'Cabbage Merchant" who shows up a few times in the series and has a cameo in the sequel. Basically all of his appearances involve him minding his own business before seeing his produce destroyed and yelling, "Not my cabbages!" (or just "My cabbages!") in anguish.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', the 'Cabbage Merchant" who shows up a few times in the series and has a cameo in the sequel. Basically all of his appearances involve him minding his own business before seeing his produce destroyed and yelling, "Not my cabbages!" (or just "My cabbages!") in anguish. His descendant gets in on the action when evidence is planted at one of his factories, causing him to scream "Not my Cabbage Corps!"
23rd Oct '15 5:17:52 PM jormis29
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* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' has Pakmar, an alien who owns a series of businesses that Ben keeps on accidently destroying.
10th Apr '15 4:38:11 PM Ryusui
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* In ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'', Agrajag is an unfortunate soul that happens to reincarnate into incidental creatures that Arthur Dent accidentally kills (a pot of flowers, a fly, etc.). Agrajag eventually becomes aware of his past lives and becomes more and more spiteful toward Arthur until his dislike actually materializes into the "Cathedral of Hate", to which he eventually abducts Arthur with the intention of killing him. After ranting about all the different ways Arthur Dent has inadvertently killed him, however, Arthur Dent points out that ''one'' of the events Agrajag mentioned hadn't happened yet (indeed, it wouldn't happen to him for another two books), making Agrajag realize he's attempted his revenge too soon and killing Arthur Dent would cause a time paradox. This doesn't stop him from trying, of course - nor from accidentally getting killed ''yet again.''

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* In ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'', Agrajag is an unfortunate soul that happens to reincarnate into incidental creatures that Arthur Dent accidentally kills (a pot of flowers, a fly, etc.). Agrajag eventually becomes aware of his past lives and becomes more and more spiteful toward Arthur until his dislike actually materializes into the "Cathedral of Hate", to which he eventually abducts Arthur with the intention of killing him. After ranting Agrajag rants about all the different ways Arthur Dent has inadvertently killed him, however, Arthur Dent points out that ''one'' of the events Agrajag mentioned hadn't happened yet (indeed, it wouldn't happen to him for another two books), making Agrajag him realize he's attempted his revenge too soon and killing Arthur Dent would cause a time paradox. This doesn't stop him from trying, of course - nor from accidentally getting killed ''yet again.''
10th Apr '15 4:37:36 PM Ryusui
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* In ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'', Agrajag is an unfortunate soul that happens to reincarnate into incidental creatures that Arthur Dent accidentally kills (a pot of flowers, a fly, etc...). Agrajag eventually becomes aware of his past lives and becomes more and more spiteful toward Arthur until his dislike actually materializes into the "Cathedral of Hate", to which he eventually abducts Arthur; Arthur Dent proceeds to accidentally kill him while escaping. Thanks to the vagaries of time travel, Arthur manages to accidentally cause his death ''again'' two books later.
** In the Cathedral of Hate Agrajag, who had already experienced this death, [[TimeTravelTenseTrouble realized Arthur hadn't done yet]].

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* In ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'', Agrajag is an unfortunate soul that happens to reincarnate into incidental creatures that Arthur Dent accidentally kills (a pot of flowers, a fly, etc...etc.). Agrajag eventually becomes aware of his past lives and becomes more and more spiteful toward Arthur until his dislike actually materializes into the "Cathedral of Hate", to which he eventually abducts Arthur; Arthur with the intention of killing him. After ranting about all the different ways Arthur Dent proceeds has inadvertently killed him, however, Arthur Dent points out that ''one'' of the events Agrajag mentioned hadn't happened yet (indeed, it wouldn't happen to him for another two books), making Agrajag realize he's attempted his revenge too soon and killing Arthur Dent would cause a time paradox. This doesn't stop him from trying, of course - nor from accidentally kill him while escaping. Thanks to the vagaries of time travel, Arthur manages to accidentally cause his death ''again'' two books later.
** In the Cathedral of Hate Agrajag, who had already experienced this death, [[TimeTravelTenseTrouble realized Arthur hadn't done yet]].
getting killed ''yet again.''
29th Jul '14 8:39:23 PM Sheora
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* In ''Film/CheaperByTheDozen 2'', the poor old man in the wheelchair. Every time he is on screen, he somehow gets pushed into the water. You think he would put on his parking break, or have someone park him in a less precarious spot.

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* In ''Film/CheaperByTheDozen 2'', the poor old man in the wheelchair. Every time he is on screen, he somehow gets pushed into the water. You think he would put on his parking break, brake, or have someone park him in a less precarious spot.
29th Jul '14 8:37:02 PM Sheora
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* In ''Film/CheaperByTheDozen 2, the poor old man in the wheelchair. Every time he is on screen, he somehow gets pushed into the water. You think he would put on his parking break, or have someone park him in a less precarious spot.

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* In ''Film/CheaperByTheDozen 2, 2'', the poor old man in the wheelchair. Every time he is on screen, he somehow gets pushed into the water. You think he would put on his parking break, or have someone park him in a less precarious spot.
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