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2nd Nov '17 10:28:03 AM GMantis
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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince's Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in their judgments of the former Potions Master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".
31st Oct '17 12:29:36 PM JJHIL325
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* Some say that Butch Hartman's ''extremely'' unsympathetic portrayal of the popular and rich kids in both ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' is his way of showing how bad rich kids can be if they abuse their position, while taking it UpToEleven. On the other hand, the protagonists of both shows have rich girls as love interests; Danny ultimately [[spoiler: ends up with a rich girl, though she hides her wealth to avoid fake friendship]]. However...
** When said rich girl's parents are shown as absolute {{Jerk Ass}}es while the girl is a SoapboxSadie who hates them and pushes her ultra-radical views on EVERYONE, the point about Hartman's hatred of the rich and popular people stands.

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* Some say that Butch Hartman's ''extremely'' unsympathetic portrayal of the popular and rich kids in both ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' is his way of showing how bad rich kids can be if they abuse their position, while taking it UpToEleven. On the other hand, the protagonists of both shows have rich girls as love interests; Danny ultimately [[spoiler: ends up with a rich girl, though she hides her wealth to avoid fake friendship]]. However...
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However, when said rich girl's parents are shown as absolute {{Jerk Ass}}es while the girl is a SoapboxSadie who hates them and pushes her ultra-radical views on EVERYONE, the point about Hartman's hatred of the rich and popular people stands.
21st Sep '17 5:45:29 AM Byzantine
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* ''Film/CannibalTheMusical'' has a subplot about the main characters love for his faithless horse called Liane that was written by Creator/{{Trey Parker|AndMattStone}} as a dig at his ex Liane who he walked in on having sex with someone else. Ironically, his ex provided some of the choreography for the film.

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* ''Film/CannibalTheMusical'' has a subplot about the main characters character's love for his faithless horse called Liane that was written by Creator/{{Trey Parker|AndMattStone}} as a dig at his ex Liane who he walked in on having sex with someone else. Ironically, his ex provided some of the choreography for the film.
11th Sep '17 10:58:27 PM Cartoonfan3
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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in their judgments of the former Potions Master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".

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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Prince's Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in their judgments of the former Potions Master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".
22nd Aug '17 9:54:19 PM Nulono
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* The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic episode "[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E14FameAndMisfortune Fame and Misfortune]" is seen as mostly a retort against criticisms of the show by the PeripheralDemographic.

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* The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic episode "[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E14FameAndMisfortune "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E14FameAndMisfortune Fame and Misfortune]" Misfortune]]" is seen as mostly a retort against criticisms of the show by the PeripheralDemographic.
22nd Aug '17 9:53:50 PM Nulono
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* The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic episode "[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS7E14FameAndMisfortune Fame and Misfortune]" is seen as mostly a retort against criticisms of the show by the PeripheralDemographic.
20th Aug '17 2:30:20 AM Cartoonfan3
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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in the their judgments of the former Potions Master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".

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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in the their judgments of the former Potions Master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".
18th Aug '17 11:49:33 PM Cartoonfan3
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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in the their judgments of the former Potions master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".

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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in the their judgments of the former Potions master.Master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".
18th Aug '17 11:47:23 PM Cartoonfan3
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* Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's "The Prince Tale" chapter, in the climax of {{Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows}}. If there was ever an instance of taking the concept of character redemption {{Up To Eleven}}, the story of Severus Snape is it. After successfully getting an entire cast of heroes, allies and protagonists universally hating Snape with a passion after his public killing of Albus Dumbledore, Rowling would ultimately render this entire cast woefully ignorant in the their judgments of the former Potions master. When Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve, Rowling might as well be holding up an {{Author Tract}} of forgiveness and redemption while conducting an {{Author Filibuster}} to both the characters as well as the readers, both equal in passion. The message is crystal clear: "Think twice before you judge anyone to be a villain." As if to make sure everyone gets the point, Harry names his son Albus Severus, declaring Snape to be "the bravest man he ever knew".
17th Aug '17 7:17:31 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* This is also an accusation levelled ''very'' frequently towards the authors of the infamous DarkFic FanFic/{{All He Ever Wanted}}. A good part of the fandom does NOT like how the authors's personal opinions keep seeping into the characterization and the plot (re: Prussia the villain vs. Austria the DesignatedVictim vs. Hungary the {{Chickification}} victim [[spoiler: whom Prussia needlessly tortures and rapes to show off his power to Austria]]), as well as their rather... arrogant behavior during certain wanks. How the authors both wrote the Wiki/TVTropes page for their fics and later were caught '''monitoring what other people said about the fic online''' at the height of the wank days does NOT help their cases.

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* This is also an accusation levelled ''very'' frequently towards the authors of the The infamous DarkFic FanFic/{{All He Ever Wanted}}. Wanted}} is a ridiculously obvious case of this. A good part of the fandom does NOT like how the authors's personal opinions keep seeping into the characterization and the plot (re: Prussia the monstrous villain vs. Austria the DesignatedVictim vs. Hungary the {{Chickification}} victim [[spoiler: whom Prussia needlessly tortures and rapes to show off his power to Austria]]), Austria]]; plus Austria is Jewish ''despite canon all but stating that he's Catholic'', paralelling how one of the authors is Jewish too), as well as their rather... arrogant behavior during certain wanks. How the authors both wrote the Wiki/TVTropes page for their fics (particularly blatant when comparing it to one of them's [[FanFic/X2009Epic page on her X1999 epic]]) and later were caught '''monitoring what other people said about the fic online''' online and bullying any dissenters''' at the height of the wank days does NOT help their cases.



* Creator/{{Chespirito}} was a very complex man. On one hand he was very socially conservative and a vocal opponent of abortion and gay marriage (though he was OK with gay civil unions) but much more progressive in economic issues and social reform, probably because he was a devoted Catholic.[[note]]Notice that is very common in Latin America for political Catholicism to be left-wing in political and economic issued but more conservative in social issues, as most Christian Democratic Parties would show.[[/note]] His views went into his shows in many ways:

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* Roberto Gómez Bolaños aka Creator/{{Chespirito}} was a very complex man. On one hand he was very socially conservative and a vocal opponent of abortion and gay marriage (though he was OK with gay civil unions) but much more progressive in economic issues and social reform, probably because he was a devoted Catholic.[[note]]Notice that is very common in Latin America for political Catholicism to be left-wing in political and economic issued but more conservative in social issues, as most Christian Democratic Parties would show.[[/note]] His views went into his shows in many ways:



** In several episodes one character would say: “No one, '''no one''' has the right to take another human being’s life” (if this is an anti-abortion or anti-death penalty or both statement is up to you).

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** In several episodes one character would say: “No one, '''no one''' has the right to take another human being’s life” (if this is an anti-abortion or anti-death penalty or both statement is up to you).the viewer).
* The protagonist of ''Series/StrongMedicine'', Dr. Lu Delgado, is just a mouthpiece for the [[LifetimeMovieOfTheWeek Lifetime Channel's]] ridiculously black-and-white view of the interactions between "the evil" men and "the defenseless" women.
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