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22nd Jul '17 2:03:27 PM ngh93
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* ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatiansIIPatchsLondonAdventure'': Patch appearing as the lucky dog in the front page headliner photo at the Thunderbolt audition unfortunately ends up biting him, as reading the Ratcliffe's new address on his collar from the photo allows Cruella De Vil to know where Anita and Roger moved to and steal the puppies again. She even sadistically thanks him when he appears at her warehouse to rescue the other puppies.
-->'''Cruella''': Well, well, well. What do we have here? Oh, it's you! I owe you a debt of gratitude, my photogenic little friend! If it wasn't for you, I'd have never found your brothers and sisters. And now I have you ''all!'' ''([[EvilLaugh cackles evilly]])''
9th Jul '17 6:00:22 PM Kooshmeister
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* ''Film/BlueMonkey'': The entire thing is caused thanks to some [[FreeRangeChildren stupid kids]] feeding a parasitic insect an entire bottle of powdered growth hormone. Up until then, there was only one casualty (the man initially infected with the thing), and the bug was safely contained in a jar. But after eating the hormone the kids give it, the thing grows bigger than a normal human and ends up siring more of its kind. The kids are consequently indirectly responsible the deaths of the nurse who'd been watching the specimen, her boyfriend, a janitor, and several other patients and staff. And nobody ever [[WhatTheHellHero calls them on it]], nor do they ever get [[KarmaHoudini any kind of comeuppance]] (likely due to the fact they're [[InfantImmortality just kids]]).

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* ''Film/BlueMonkey'': The entire thing is caused thanks to some [[FreeRangeChildren stupid kids]] feeding a parasitic insect an entire bottle of powdered growth hormone. Up until then, there was only one casualty (the man initially infected with the thing), and the bug was safely contained in a jar. But after eating the hormone the kids give it, the thing grows bigger than a normal human and ends up siring more of its kind. The kids are consequently indirectly responsible the deaths of the nurse who'd been watching the specimen, her boyfriend, a janitor, boyfriend and several other patients and staff. And nobody ever [[WhatTheHellHero calls them on it]], nor do they ever get [[KarmaHoudini any kind of comeuppance]] (likely due to the fact they're [[InfantImmortality just kids]]).kids]]).
** Admittedly, the nurse herself is just as much to blame; the kids wouldn't have been able to have access to the specimen if she hadn't snuck off with her boyfriend to have sex right before they came in.
9th Jul '17 5:58:28 PM Kooshmeister
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* ''Film/BlueMonkey'': The entire thing is caused thanks to some [[FreeRangeChildren stupid kids]] feeding a parasitic insect an entire bottle of powdered growth hormone. Up until then, there was only one casualty (the man initially infected with the thing), and the bug was safely contained in a jar. But after eating the hormone the kids give it, the thing grows bigger than a normal human and ends up siring more of its kind. The kids are consequently indirectly responsible the deaths of the nurse who'd been watching the specimen, her boyfriend, a janitor, and several other patients and staff. And nobody ever [[WhatTheHellHero calls them on it]], nor do they ever get [[KarmaHoudini any kind of comeuppance]] (likely due to the fact they're [[InfantImmortality just kids]]).
3rd Jul '17 6:03:37 AM MsCC93
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles:''
** Before his Face–Heel Turn, it was Syndrome's first attempt at being heroic. When attempting to get the police, Bomb Voyage slyly puts a bomb on his cape, forcing Mr. Incredible to abandon Bomb Voyage and save him. This not only causes Bomb Voyage to escape, but for innocent civilians to get seriously injured while riding a train (the bomb destroyed the train tracks). This then leads to several events & lawsuits against the supers and the Supers Registration Act. After all this, Syndrome had the gall to play the victim.
** Helen activating the homing device, causing Syndrome to find out where Mr. Incredible was located.
2nd Jul '17 11:21:52 AM Will
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** And yet again in ''Film/JurassicWorld'', in which all the carnage is the result of a series of unfortunate events beginning with the supposed hero accidentally letting the ''Indominus rex'' out of its enclosure because he wasn't willing to wait five minutes for his boss to check its tracker.
10th Jun '17 7:20:24 PM ladililn
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** Even before that, Yoda decided to give Anakin a padawan because he believed that training a Jedi until she was fully able to take care of herself would help Anakin learn to let go of his loved ones, freeing him from the fear of loss that could lead him to the Dark Side. Unfortunately, Yoda couldn't anticipate that Ahsoka would [[spoiler: choose to leave the Order before her training was complete]], which only ''increased'' Anakin's fear of loss and inability to let go, pushing him ''closer'' to the Dark Side.
7th Apr '17 2:42:31 PM VerMa
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsLegendofEverfree'', Human!Rarity tries to reason with the BigBad (who's dead-set on keeping everyone at the camp forever) by mentioning how she'd miss her weekly trips to the spa. Sadly, this turns out to be the BigBad's BerserkButton. Whoops.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsLegendofEverfree'', ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsLegendOfEverfree'', Human!Rarity tries to reason with the BigBad (who's dead-set on keeping everyone at the camp forever) by mentioning how she'd miss her weekly trips to the spa. Sadly, this turns out to be the BigBad's BerserkButton. Whoops.
7th Apr '17 2:41:26 PM VerMa
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsLegendofEverfree'', Human!Rarity tries to reason with the BigBad (who's dead-set on keeping everyone at the camp forever) by mentioning how she'd miss her weekly trips to the spa. Sadly, this turns out to be the BigBad's BerserkButton. Whoops.
1st Jan '17 7:14:36 AM PaulA
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* ''Film/FlashGordon''

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* ''Film/FlashGordon''''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''
18th Dec '16 2:44:57 PM FastFuriousFan
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* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' Maurice is caught by the enraged Beast who is on the verge of throwing Maurice out, not caring about the fact that wolves would've eaten Maurice. But when Maurice claims he needs a place to stay [for a night], he unintentionally prompts the Beaast to irrevocably imprison him in retaliation [[{{Hypocrite}} when ''he's'' the one who didn't want Maurice or any trespassers in the castle in the first place.]]

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* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' Maurice is caught by the enraged Beast who is on the verge of throwing Maurice out, not caring about the fact that wolves would've eaten Maurice. But when Maurice claims he needs a place to stay [for a night], he unintentionally prompts the Beaast Beast to irrevocably imprison him in retaliation [[{{Hypocrite}} when ''he's'' the one who didn't want Maurice or any trespassers in the castle in the first place.]]
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