History NotMeThisTime / WesternAnimation

10th Sep '16 4:35:16 PM themisterfree
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The episode "Best Frenemies" has Mr. Krabs losing business because of the new "Kelp Shake" that been selling well for a time. Naturally, Mr. Krabs confronted Planton about it, only to find he was about as surprised as Mr. Krabs was about the Kelp Shake making him lose business. They then joined together in a EnemyMine situation (with Plankton's motivation being he wants to be [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou the only one to defeat Mr. Krabs]]).

to:

** The episode "Best Frenemies" has Mr. Krabs losing business because of the new "Kelp Shake" "[[PredatoryBusiness Kelpshake]]" that had been selling well for a time.popping up. Naturally, Mr. Krabs confronted Planton Plankton about it, only to find he was about as surprised as Mr. Krabs was about the Kelp Shake Kelpshake making him lose business. They then joined together in a EnemyMine situation (with Plankton's motivation being he wants to be [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou the only one to defeat Mr. Krabs]]). As it transpired, somehow the Kelpshake locations were able to multiply and ''divide like cells'', and furthermore, not only did the Kelpshakes taste awful, Karen's analysis revealed that it was ''made with radioactive material and intentionally addictive''- sure enough, all the Kelpshake stands are quickly shuttered, and everybody who drank one starts ''[[BodyHorror growing green fur all over their bodies]]''.
10th Jul '16 8:16:59 PM RighteousFury
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the episode "Solar Power", Lois was quick to suspect that Luminous has blocked off the sun's yellow rays to cripple Superman on Lex Luthor's order, but Lex was equally quick to defend himself:

to:

** In the episode "Target", Lois suspects that Lex Luthor is trying to kill her after a series of near-death experience, especially in the light of her writing an expose on [=LexCorp=], and that one of the device found in her car was made at Lex's company. However, Lex denies any wrongdoing and even promised that he'll investigate how the device got there in the first place. Sure enough, he was telling the truth. The person who tried to kill her was an ex-employee of Luthor who acted as a informant on the article, and he took the device from the company shortly before Lex fired him.
** The SequelEpisode
"Solar Power", Lois was quick to suspect that Luminous has blocked the aforementioned ex-employee become the supervillain Luminous, who blocks off the sun's yellow rays to cripple Superman Superman. Lois is quick to suspect that he's doing this on Lex Luthor's order, but Lex was is equally quick to defend himself:



** In the episode "Target", Lois suspects that Lex Luthor is trying to kill her after a series of near-death experience, especially in the light of her writing an expose on [=LexCorp=], and that one of the device found in her car was made at Lex's company. However, Lex denies any wrongdoing and even promised that he'll investigate how the device got there in the first place. Sure enough, he was telling the truth. The person who tried to kill her was an ex-employee of Luthor who acted as a informant on the article, and he took the device from the company shortly before Lex fired him.
6th Jul '16 3:05:53 PM BobTanaka
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* Several times on ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb,'' Candace starts to yell at her brothers for some strange, impossible event, only to have them explain that they weren't responsible for this one. For instance:
-->'''Candace:''' "So, you guys didn't move the Earth out of orbit?"
-->'''Phineas:''' "Not this time, no."
20th Jun '16 5:58:11 PM Phred
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'' episode "Revenge of the Prom" has arch-nemesis Karl showing up to Julien's school reunion... but just because he was in that class, too. He actually has nothing to do with the evil scheme, and in fact invokes OnlyOneAllowedToKillYou to save the day.
30th Apr '16 5:33:28 PM ultimomant
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Second Chance", Two-Face is kidnapped from the hospital before an operation to heal his scars (and hopefully restore Harvey Dent completely) can be done. At first, there are two suspects, Rupert Thorne (whose enmity with Two-Face goes back a long time) and the Penguin (who Two-Face had recently come to blows with) but both criminals give pretty convincing arguments for having nothing to do with it. [[spoiler:As it turned out, Two-Face himself, or rather his evil personality, engineered his own kidnapping; as Batman tells him, "You're your own worst enemy, Harvey..."]]
* Later, in ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfBatman'', Batman and Robin intercept Scarecrow after he escaped from Arkham Asylum. However, he reveals while they have him in custody that he wasn't even planning to do any crimes. Actually, he broke out just to get away from Arkham Asylum due to the new security chief (who was extremely abusive to the prisoners).

to:

* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'':
**
In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Second Chance", Two-Face is kidnapped from the hospital before an operation to heal his scars (and hopefully restore Harvey Dent completely) can be done. At first, there are two suspects, Rupert Thorne (whose enmity with Two-Face goes back a long time) and the Penguin (who Two-Face had recently come to blows with) but both criminals give pretty convincing arguments for having nothing to do with it. [[spoiler:As it turned out, Two-Face himself, or rather his evil personality, engineered his own kidnapping; as Batman tells him, "You're your own worst enemy, Harvey..."]]
* Later, in ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfBatman'', ** In "Lock-Up", Batman and Robin intercept Scarecrow after he escaped from Arkham Asylum. However, he reveals while they have him in custody that he wasn't even planning to do any crimes. Actually, he broke out just to get away from Arkham Asylum due to the new security chief (who was extremely abusive to the prisoners).
7th Apr '16 5:17:35 PM maxwellsilver
Is there an issue? Send a Message


-->'''Shego:''' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I'm. On. Va]]''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis cation!]]''\\

to:

-->'''Shego:''' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I'm. On. Va]]''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis cation!]]''\\Va''cation!''\\



* In ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheNewAnimatedSeries'', [[EgomaniacHunter Kraven the Hunter]] apparently murders Mary Jane. In a rage, Spider-Man very nearly kills Kraven, only to discover that Kraven is innocent. Mary Jane was never murdered, and Spider-Man had been tricked by two other villains into thinking Kraven had killed her. (Kraven had killed the parents of the villains, and they weren't powerful enough to take revenge themselves.) Kraven doesn't get away scot-free, however: Spider-Man still drops him off with the police.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', "What Have You Done?": [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses Princess Bubblegum]] has [[TheHero Finn]] and [[NonHumanSidekick Jake]] capture [[AnIcePerson the Ice King]], even though he objects, claiming to have done "no recent crime." PlayedWith because he ''did'' do something, but accidentally.

to:

* In ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheNewAnimatedSeries'', [[EgomaniacHunter Kraven the Hunter]] Hunter apparently murders Mary Jane. In a rage, Spider-Man very nearly kills Kraven, only to discover that Kraven is innocent. Mary Jane was never murdered, and Spider-Man had been tricked by two other villains into thinking Kraven had killed her. (Kraven had killed the parents of the villains, and they weren't powerful enough to take revenge themselves.) Kraven doesn't get away scot-free, however: Spider-Man still drops him off with the police.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', "What Have You Done?": [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses Princess Bubblegum]] Bubblegum has [[TheHero Finn]] Finn and [[NonHumanSidekick Jake]] Jake capture [[AnIcePerson the Ice King]], King, even though he objects, claiming to have done "no recent crime." PlayedWith because he ''did'' do something, but accidentally.



* Hero example: in the ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFourWorldsGreatestHeroes'' episode "Frightful", the Frightful Four are damaging the FF's reputation. Since Johnny's already known to be careless with his powers, it's very hard for him to convince anyone he wasn't responsible for burning down a building ... especially as he has to keep specifiying "I did not burn down ''that'' building".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Steve gets [[MisterSeahorse pregnant]] after [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong giving a choking Roger CPR]]. When Stan finds out, he turns to Hayley and starts yelling at her. She says she didn't do anything, and Stan responds that he always figured [[TeenPregnancy this sort of thing]] would happen to her so that's what he's prepared for.

to:

* Hero example: in the ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFourWorldsGreatestHeroes'' episode "Frightful", the Frightful Four are damaging the FF's reputation. Since Johnny's already known to be careless with his powers, it's very hard for him to convince anyone he wasn't responsible for burning down a building ... especially as he has to keep specifiying specifying "I did not burn down ''that'' building".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Steve gets [[MisterSeahorse pregnant]] pregnant after [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong giving a choking Roger CPR]].CPR. When Stan finds out, he turns to Hayley and starts yelling at her. She says she didn't do anything, and Stan responds that he always figured [[TeenPregnancy this sort of thing]] thing would happen to her so that's what he's prepared for.



* An extreme example shows up in the third act of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Mr Bogus}}'' episode "[[{{Recap/MrBogusS2E5BadLuckBogus}} Bad Luck Bogus]]". After a blackout occurs in the neighborhood, Bogus suspects his sworn enemies, Ratty and Mole, to be the perpetrators of said blackout. However, when he confronts them, Ratty claims that he and Mole didn't have anything to do with the blackout. [[spoiler: Of course, earlier, we saw that it was actually the evil Bogus clone that was responsible for the blackout, but Bogus just jumped to conclusions and assumed right off the bat that Ratty and Mole did it]].
* On an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping at a park. The ranger mentions that campers have been complaining about their lunches mysteriously disappearing over the last few weeks. Jon immediately glares at [[BigEater Garfield]] who says "Don't look at me. I just got here."

to:

* An extreme example shows up in the third act of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Mr Bogus}}'' episode "[[{{Recap/MrBogusS2E5BadLuckBogus}} "[[Recap/MrBogusS2E5BadLuckBogus Bad Luck Bogus]]". After a blackout occurs in the neighborhood, Bogus suspects his sworn enemies, Ratty and Mole, to be the perpetrators of said blackout. However, when he confronts them, Ratty claims that he and Mole didn't have anything to do with the blackout. [[spoiler: Of course, earlier, we saw that it was actually the evil Bogus clone that was responsible for the blackout, but Bogus just jumped to conclusions and assumed right off the bat that Ratty and Mole did it]].
* On an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping at a park. The ranger mentions that campers have been complaining about their lunches mysteriously disappearing over the last few weeks. Jon immediately glares at [[BigEater Garfield]] Garfield who says "Don't look at me. I just got here."
6th Apr '16 1:41:40 PM maxwellsilver
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** 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. Ironically, one of the true culprits was a near-victim of Sideshow Bob in the past, Selma Bouvier, along with Patty.

to:

** 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. Ironically, one of the true culprits was a near-victim of Sideshow Bob in the past, Selma Bouvier, along with Patty.



-->'''Bob:''' But I saved the children!
-->'''Cecil:''' [[SchmuckBait Tell them they'll live to regret this]].
-->'''Bob:''' ''You'll all live to regret this!'' Oh, thanks a lot, now ''I'' look crazy.

to:

-->'''Bob:''' --->'''Bob:''' But I saved the children!
-->'''Cecil:''' [[SchmuckBait --->'''Cecil:''' Tell them they'll live to regret this]].
-->'''Bob:'''
this.
--->'''Bob:'''
''You'll all live to regret this!'' Oh, thanks a lot, now ''I'' look crazy.
6th Apr '16 1:40:52 PM maxwellsilver
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Happens in episode "Lisa the Vegetarian," when it was Lisa who did something bad for a change:
-->'''Marge:''' "Bart, [[BigNo nooooo!]]"\\

to:

** Happens in episode "Lisa the Vegetarian," when it was Lisa who did something bad for a change:
-->'''Marge:'''
ruins Homer's barbeque by stealing the roast pig:
--->'''Marge:'''
"Bart, [[BigNo nooooo!]]"\\



*** Bubbles proceeded to beat up her sisters, [[NiceJobFixingItVillain get knocked on the head again by Mojo Jojo, wake up to see him standing over her sisters gloating, assume he did it and kick his ass for hurting her sisters]].

to:

*** Bubbles proceeded to beat up her sisters, [[NiceJobFixingItVillain get knocked on the head again by Mojo Jojo, wake up to see him standing over her sisters gloating, assume he did it and kick his ass for hurting her sisters]].sisters.



** When Brock wakes up and finds himself chained in a dungeon with the other three, he immediately accuses Underbheit of being responsible, leading to this [[CrowningMomentofFunny priceless response]]:

to:

** When Brock wakes up and finds himself chained in a dungeon with the other three, he immediately accuses Underbheit of being responsible, leading to this [[CrowningMomentofFunny priceless response]]:response:



-->'''Brooklyn:''' [[SarcasmMode Perfect]].

to:

-->'''Brooklyn:''' [[SarcasmMode Perfect]].Perfect.
3rd Apr '16 6:09:27 PM maxwellsilver
Is there an issue? Send a Message


--->'''Underbheit''': [[SarcasmMode As usual, your detective skills are impeccable, Samson. You succeeded in exposing my sinister plan to lock myself in a dungeon, chained to an albino!]]

to:

--->'''Underbheit''': [[SarcasmMode As usual, your detective skills are impeccable, Samson. You succeeded in exposing my sinister plan to lock myself in a dungeon, chained to an albino!]]albino!
3rd Apr '16 6:06:39 PM maxwellsilver
Is there an issue? Send a Message


'''Marge:''' "Sorry, force of habit. Lisa, [[BigNo nooooo!]]"

to:

'''Marge:''' "Sorry, force of habit. Lisa, [[BigNo nooooo!]]"nooooo!"
This list shows the last 10 events of 67. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=NotMeThisTime.WesternAnimation