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18th May '17 4:37:22 PM tyrekecorrea
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* In ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' Lady gets muzzled and chained to her doghouse after Si and Am frame her for hurting them and making a mess in the living room.
6th May '17 10:50:35 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS....YOU GET NOTHING! YOU LOST! GOOD DAY, SIR!") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler: but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].

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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS....DRINKS! YOU CRASHED INTO THE CEILING AND IT NEEDS TO BE CLEANED UP AND STERLIZED, SO YOU GET NOTHING! YOU LOST! GOOD DAY, SIR!") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler: but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].
5th May '17 6:07:06 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS....YOU GET NOTHING! YOU LOST! GOOD DAY, SIR!") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].

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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS....YOU GET NOTHING! YOU LOST! GOOD DAY, SIR!") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler [[spoiler: but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].
5th May '17 6:06:16 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].

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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS") DRINKS....YOU GET NOTHING! YOU LOST! GOOD DAY, SIR!") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].]].
** This did not happen in the [[Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory Original book]] nor in the [[Film.CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory 2005 Movie]].
5th May '17 6:01:44 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding/This]] ]].

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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding/This]] [[EarnYourHappyEnding This]] ]].
5th May '17 6:00:35 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''[[Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory]]'' has the infamous outrage scene where Wonka grounds Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe ("YOU STOLE FIZZY LIFTING DRINKS") and declares no rewards to them. [[spoiler but after Charlie gives up the Everlasting Gobstopper, It turned out Wonka was testing them, and Charlie has passed the test. And gets rewarded after all. Which resulted to [[EarnYourHappyEnding/This]] ]].
9th Apr '17 1:23:15 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheSagaOfTuck'' when Tuck's family find out about [[spoiler:his female alter ego Valerie]], they not only ground him for six weeks, they fine him $500 and -- worst of all to him -- cut off his phone and network privileges. To be fair, he had feared it would be even worse than this, and they did later reduce it to two weeks' grounding. Subverted in that HilarityEnsues and the two weeks expire without much notice. He is, however, grounded the entire time. Also subverted similarly during Valentine's Day. The occasion of the grounding being removed (what else do you call it? "expired"?) is cause for a celebration, which probably ought to get him grounded a second time.

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* In ''TheSagaOfTuck'' ''Literature/TheSagaOfTuck'' when Tuck's family find out about [[spoiler:his female alter ego Valerie]], they not only ground him for six weeks, they fine him $500 and -- worst of all to him -- cut off his phone and network privileges. To be fair, he had feared it would be even worse than this, and they did later reduce it to two weeks' grounding. Subverted in that HilarityEnsues and the two weeks expire without much notice. He is, however, grounded the entire time. Also subverted similarly during Valentine's Day. The occasion of the grounding being removed (what else do you call it? "expired"?) is cause for a celebration, which probably ought to get him grounded a second time.
15th Mar '17 2:59:08 PM Vir
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** Although he's never formally grounded or punished, elements of this trope frequently happen to Marinette's co-lead [[PoorLittleRichKid Adrian Agreste]]. His stern, overprotective father likes to keep him confined to home where bodyguards watch him so he'll be safe, so Adrian is frequently forced to sneak out to operate as Chat Noir.

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** Although he's never formally grounded or punished, elements of this trope frequently happen to Marinette's co-lead [[PoorLittleRichKid Adrian Adrien Agreste]]. His stern, overprotective father likes to keep him confined to home where bodyguards watch him so he'll be safe, so Adrian Adrien is frequently forced to sneak out to operate as Chat Noir. Noir.
* Parodied on ''WesternAnimation/{{Turbo}} FAST'': In "Deuce is Wild", when Turbo sees Deuce and Edvard committing petty debauchery he tells Deuce that he's grounded, but Deuce is quick to point out Turbo doesn't have the authority to punish him because he isn't his father...[[LoonyFan but then says that he can become his father if he wants to]].
5th Feb '17 6:33:42 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* In the episode of ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' titled ''The Gang's All Here'', Pee-Wee caught the playhouse gang for playing too loud, too noisy and too rough. Pee-Wee told the kids not to run around in the playhouse, screaming or jumping on the furniture. And Pee-Wee kicked them out of the playhouse.
** [[spoiler: But after they leave, Mr. Window blurts They're all gone. Then Pee-Wee does the same routine as the playhouse gang did and came back to the playhouse]]
7th Jan '17 4:55:21 AM Clare
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Teen (or younger) character is grounded at an inopportune time (usually near the end of Act 2). Often, the person doing the punishing doesn't have an exceptional reason, or just has a sense that the teen is out of control and needs to calm down (or that the younger character has misbehaved or otherwise did something wrong). So they restrict the youngster's social life for a time by banning him or her from leaving the house and/or having friends over. Of course, if the character is of school age and the grounding takes place during term time, chances are they will be allowed out to go to school - unless they have also been suspended or expelled.

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Teen (or younger) character is grounded at an inopportune time (usually near the end of Act 2). Often, the person doing the punishing doesn't have an exceptional reason, or just has a sense that the teen is out of control and needs to calm down (or that the younger character has misbehaved or otherwise did something wrong). So they restrict the youngster's social life for a time by banning him or her them from leaving the house and/or having friends over. Of course, if the character is of school age and the grounding takes place during term time, chances are they will be allowed out to go to school - unless they have also been suspended or expelled.
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