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31st May '16 3:34:19 PM VicGeorge2011
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-->'''Christie''': You're just jealous. Because unlike a certain ball-busting dried up career woman, I might mention, we're all HAPPILY MARRIED!

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-->'''Christie''': You're just jealous. Because unlike a certain ball-busting dried up career woman, I might mention, [[BlatantLies we're all HAPPILY MARRIED!MARRIED!]]
20th May '16 11:44:46 AM TVRulezAgain
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* Fiona tries to use this on Shrek in {{Shrek}}, but it doesn't work so well.

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* Fiona tries to use this on Shrek in {{Shrek}}, WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}, but it doesn't work so well.
14th Apr '16 5:37:59 AM VicGeorge2011
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* Popular religious figures of all sorts whose doctrine is seen even by the masses as flat-out erroneous will have their fans pull out the jealousy card on the critics, saying "look how many people who got saved because of their ministry" or something to that effect. Even worse, in the case of Christian televangelists like Word Of Faith and "prosperity gospel" teachers on {{Creator/TBN}} and Creator/{{Daystar}}, critics are often accused of being "heresy hunters" with "Jezebel spirits" that are "touching the Lord's anointed" and "blaspheming" or "quenching the Holy Spirit" if the religious figure's teachings are accompanied by miraculous healings of a dubious nature that goes against the [[Literature/TheBible Scriptures]], even if [[AsTheGoodBookSays they use Scripture erroneously as their defense]]. Some of the big-name preachers have even gotten as far as actually pronouncing death threats and curses on their opponents during their broadcasts.

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* Popular religious figures of all sorts whose doctrine is seen even by the masses as flat-out erroneous will have their fans pull out the jealousy card on the critics, saying "look how many people who got saved because of their ministry" or something to that effect. Even worse, in the case of Christian televangelists like Word Of Faith and "prosperity gospel" teachers on {{Creator/TBN}} and Creator/{{Daystar}}, critics are often accused of being "heresy hunters" "[[TheHeretic heresy hunters]]" with "Jezebel spirits" that are "touching the Lord's anointed" and "blaspheming" or "quenching the Holy Spirit" if the religious figure's teachings are accompanied by miraculous healings of a dubious nature that goes against the [[Literature/TheBible Scriptures]], even if [[AsTheGoodBookSays they use Scripture erroneously as their defense]]. Some of the big-name preachers have even gotten as far as actually pronouncing death threats and curses on their opponents during their broadcasts.
7th Apr '16 6:02:38 PM MisterCPC
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* The classic WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse short "Mickey's Rival" features Mortimer Mouse attempting to impress Minnie by fight a bull (from behind a fence). Minnie enjoys it, but Mickey's convinced that Mortimer is nothing but a would-be showoff and a jerk.

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* The classic WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse short "Mickey's Rival" features Mortimer Mouse attempting to impress Minnie by fight a bull (from behind a fence). Minnie enjoys it, but Mickey's convinced that Mortimer is nothing but a would-be showoff and a jerk.jerk, leading Minnie to state this in reply.
7th Apr '16 6:02:05 PM MisterCPC
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* The classic WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse short "Mickey's Rival" features Mortimer Mouse attempting to impress Minnie by fight a bull (from behind a fence). Minnie enjoys it, but Mickey's convinced that Mortimer is nothing but a would-be showoff and a jerk.
-->'''Minnie:''' Isn't he brave?
-->'''Mickey:''' A perfect scream! BAH!
-->'''Minnie:''' Hmph. You're just jealous!
3rd Mar '16 1:50:35 AM DoctorNemesis
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* In one episode of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'', after seething with jealousy over Jake's close bond with his old partner, Charles discovers evidence that the partner is corrupt. When he confronts Jake with the evidence, Jake accuses him of being jealous. In a rather unique twist on the trope, instead of trying to deny or deflect the accusation Charles scathingly points out that of ''course'' he's jealous, it was blindingly obvious and he was never trying to hide it.
29th Feb '16 11:56:08 AM DavidDelony
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* People taking the pro-Israel side in the UsefulNotes/ArabIsraeliConflict often argue that critics of Israel are simply antisemites jealous of Israel's economic and military success while being surrounded by the Arab failed states. "We made the desert bloom" is a classic example of this kind of rhetoric.
1st Jan '16 8:05:49 PM nombretomado
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* Happens on ''{{Smallville}}'' pretty much every time Clark tries to warn Lana about the Freak of the Week.
** And also to a certain extent when Chloe warns Lana about [[spoiler: Clark actually being Bizarro]].

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* Happens on ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' pretty much every time Clark tries to warn Lana about the Freak of the Week.
** And also Also to a certain extent when Chloe warns Lana about [[spoiler: Clark actually being Bizarro]].



* In the ''{{Friends}}'' episode "The One With The Screamer", Ross is accused of this when he tries to warn the rest of the friends about Rachel's new boyfriend.

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* In the ''{{Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'' episode "The One With The Screamer", Ross is accused of this when he tries to warn the rest of the friends about Rachel's new boyfriend.
28th Dec '15 11:01:10 AM Anddrix
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* [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]] tried to warn [[DoctorDoom Victor von Doom]] about a mistake in an experimental setup; Doom decided that Richards was trying to hold him back out of jealousy and ignored the warning. The experiment proceeded to literally blow up in Doom's face, scarring his features (and his ego). Unable to admit that he [[{{Pride}} could have possibly been wrong]], Doom decided that it must have been [[NeverMyFault someone else's fault]]; namely, Reed's. His entire vendetta against the ComicBook/FantasticFour [[DisproportionateRetribution started with this]].

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* [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Reed Richards]] tried to warn [[DoctorDoom Victor von Doom]] Doom about a mistake in an experimental setup; Doom decided that Richards was trying to hold him back out of jealousy and ignored the warning. The experiment proceeded to literally blow up in Doom's face, scarring his features (and his ego). Unable to admit that he [[{{Pride}} could have possibly been wrong]], Doom decided that it must have been [[NeverMyFault someone else's fault]]; namely, Reed's. His entire vendetta against the ComicBook/FantasticFour [[DisproportionateRetribution started with this]].
1st Dec '15 8:05:52 AM HeroGal2347
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