History NotMeThisTime / WesternAnimation

19th May '17 9:59:40 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** In "Wedding For Disaster", Homer is kidnapped and Bart and Lisa, after finding a potential clue, assume Sideshow Bob is responsible. They track him down, but he is proven innocent of this particular crime.

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** In "Wedding For Disaster", Homer is kidnapped and Bart and Lisa, after finding a potential clue, clue (a monogrammed a keychain with the initials "S.B.".), assume Sideshow Bob is responsible. They track him down, but he is proven innocent an alibi from Krusty proves Bob innocent. After Bob complains of this particular crime.their suspicion, claiming "S.B." could be a ''lot'' of people, (such as the Sultan of Brunei and the Służba Bezpieczeństwa) they realize S.B. actually stands for [[spoiler:"Selma Bouvier". (The true kidnappers were her ''and'' Patty, who had hoped Marge would lose intrest in Homer before they could renew their vows.)]]
5th May '17 7:01:25 PM Prinzenick
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* In the WesternAnimation/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat Felix the Cat]] TV cartoon [[Recap/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat1x60TheMasterCylindersSpacegram "The Master Cylinder's Spacegram"]], it seems like Master Cylinder is the villain at first, but it turns out it was actually his lackey General Clang driving the plot, having [[TheStarscream backstabbed Cylinder]] and chained him up in the basement along with Felix, Professor and Poindexter.

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* In the WesternAnimation/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat [[WesternAnimation/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat Felix the Cat]] TV cartoon [[Recap/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat1x60TheMasterCylindersSpacegram "The Master Cylinder's Spacegram"]], it seems like Master Cylinder is the villain at first, but it turns out it was actually his lackey General Clang driving the plot, having [[TheStarscream backstabbed Cylinder]] and chained him up in the basement along with Felix, Professor and Poindexter.
5th May '17 7:01:10 PM Prinzenick
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* In the WesternAnimation/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat Felix the Cat]] TV cartoon [[Recap/JoeOrioloFelixTheCat1x60TheMasterCylindersSpacegram "The Master Cylinder's Spacegram"]], it seems like Master Cylinder is the villain at first, but it turns out it was actually his lackey General Clang driving the plot, having [[TheStarscream backstabbed Cylinder]] and chained him up in the basement along with Felix, Professor and Poindexter.
13th Apr '17 3:02:07 PM RacattackForce
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* In the Season 4 premiere of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Twilight Sparkle summons Discord, assuming he's behind the chaos caused by the Everfree Forest encroaching on Ponyville. He insists he had nothing to do with it, but can't resist tweaking the ponies' noses in the process.

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* In the Season 4 premiere of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Twilight Sparkle summons Discord, assuming he's behind the chaos caused by the Everfree Forest encroaching on Ponyville. He insists he had nothing to do with it, it now, but can't resist tweaking the ponies' noses in the process.



** [[spoiler:In fact, Discord was responsible for the entire affair, his timing was just off. He planted the seeds of the plot (literally) back before he was sealed in stone for the first time, intending them to grow immediately and set him free not long after. Instead, the leftover energy of the Harmony Tree kept the seeds dormant until the present, by which time Discord had switched sides and never considered the seeds would make a mess. He does point them in the general direction of the threat, but justifies not telling them its exact nature because it would spoil all the nice character development that would come of finding it themselves.]]

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** [[spoiler:In fact, [[spoiler:Subverted in that, Discord was ''was'' responsible for the entire affair, affair: his timing was just off. He (literally) planted the seeds of the plot (literally) back before he was sealed in stone for the first time, intending them to grow immediately and set him free not long after. Instead, the leftover energy of the Harmony Tree kept the seeds dormant until the present, by which time Discord [[HeelFaceTurn had switched sides sides]] and never considered that the seeds would make a mess. actually sprout at that point. He does point dodges the questions using ExactWords and points them in the general direction of the threat, but justifies not telling them its exact nature because it would spoil all [[TricksterMentor he felt that Twilight and her friends needed the nice character development that would come of finding it themselves.development]].]]
2nd Apr '17 7:46:38 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** In "The Sum of His Parts" Cyborg goes missing while fighting the Amazing Mumbo. While Cy actually lost power and was captured by the tech-wizard Fixit, the other Titans believe Mumbo did something. When they capture Mumbo, he has no idea why they're accusing him of kidnapping.

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** In "The Sum of His Parts" Cyborg goes missing while fighting the Amazing Mumbo. While Cy actually lost power and was captured by the tech-wizard Fixit, the other Titans believe Mumbo did something. When they capture Mumbo, he has no idea why they're accusing him of kidnapping. He goes on to point out that even if he ''had'' done something to Cyborg, it would've been undone when Robin broke his wand.
30th Mar '17 6:03:02 PM cybertoy0
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'';
** In "The Sum of His Parts" Cyborg goes missing while fighting the Amazing Mumbo. While Cy actually lost power and was captured by the tech-wizard Fixit, the other Titans believe Mumbo did something. When they capture Mumbo, he has no idea why they're accusing him of kidnapping.
** In "Masks" Robin poses as a new villain Red X in a ploy to infiltrate Slade's forces. In he third season episode "X", a new Red X appears, with all the powers of the old one. The rest of the Titans at first assume that the Robin next to them is a hologram or robot duplicate (As Robin did that last time) and Robin has to hastily assure them whatever's happening isn't his fault before they [[GloveSnap check him for batteries.]]
27th Feb '17 7:06:32 AM Nevermore2002
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* In ''WesternAnimation/ShadowRaiders'', the battle moons are stolen. Everyone turn their eyes toward Femur since he stole them last time. However, it wasn't him, it was rogue soldiers from the Fire planet.
11th Feb '17 12:45:39 PM Psyclone
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* At the beginning of an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', a bunch of important politicians are kidnapped. Buzz then videocalls Zurg to confront him. Not only does Zurg claim he has nothing to do with it (calling it too obvious), he steps aside to show that he was in a meeting with ''every other recurring villain on the show'' who deny it as well. However, Zurg also mentions his "great plans for the next fiscal quarter". He's proven correct by another kidnapping happening while talking to Buzz.

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* At the beginning of an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', a bunch of important politicians are kidnapped. Buzz then videocalls Zurg to confront him. Not only does Zurg claim he has nothing to do with it (calling it too obvious), he steps aside to show that he was in a meeting with ''every other recurring villain on the show'' who deny it as well. However, Zurg also mentions his "great plans he's "cooking up something ''very'' for the next fiscal quarter". He's proven correct by another kidnapping happening while talking to Buzz.
11th Feb '17 12:45:09 PM Psyclone
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* At the beginning of an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', a bunch of important politicians are kidnapped. Buzz then videocalls Zurg to confront him. Not only does Zurg claim he has nothing to do with it (calling it too obvious), he steps aside to show that he was in a meeting with ''every other recurring villain on the show'' who deny it as well. However, Zurg also mentions his "great plans for the next fiscal year". He's proven correct by another kidnapping happening while talking to Buzz.

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* At the beginning of an episode of ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', a bunch of important politicians are kidnapped. Buzz then videocalls Zurg to confront him. Not only does Zurg claim he has nothing to do with it (calling it too obvious), he steps aside to show that he was in a meeting with ''every other recurring villain on the show'' who deny it as well. However, Zurg also mentions his "great plans for the next fiscal year".quarter". He's proven correct by another kidnapping happening while talking to Buzz.
9th Feb '17 10:01:16 AM cybertoy0
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* In Milo Murphy of ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw'' has caused so many disasters and accidents by his proximity that when the fish hatchery is on fire, the chief of the fire brigade has to ask if Milo was near the hatchery at some point. Milo's normally cheerful demeanor breaks long enough to tell him no.
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