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19th Feb '18 6:53:11 AM SuperSonicHeroes
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsForgottenFriendship'', Sunset's prime suspect for who erased everyone's memories of her turning good is Trixie. The previous day Trixie swore revenge on Sunset for a very [[EvilIsPetty petty reason]], she openly enjoyed Sunset's friends turning against her at the beach, and she already has a history of antagonizing Sunset and her friends. But when she confronts Trixie on erasing everyone's memories with the Memory Stone, Trixie is just surprised to hear there's a stone that can erase memories and thinks of using it to erase memories of any bad tricks she has done. With no other suspects, Trixie decides to help Sunset find the real culprit and get everyone's memories back.
16th Jan '18 5:14:14 AM Psi001
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' episode "The Great Honey Pot Robbery", the whole Hundred Acre Wood has their stash of honey stolen by resident heffalumps and woozles, Stan and Heff. The next morning everyone, even those not particularly angry about it, assume Pooh took it and forgot to ask permission again. Even Pooh isn't quite sure he didn't do it.
14th Jan '18 1:21:47 PM Psi001
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* It's sequel series ''WesternAnimation/TheGarfieldShow'' had a similar instance where Odie steals Jon and Liz's cake for a picnic, in order to feed a baby wolf cub. When an unknowing Jon confronts Garfield, even he has to double check with himself that he didn't take it.
2nd Nov '17 12:04:23 PM KingLyger
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', VillainProtagonist Eric Cartman insists that he isn't the {{Troll}} known as [=skankhunt42=]. As has been shown to the audience (but [[DramaticIrony not the other characters]]), Cartman's telling the truth, but [[CassandraTruth no one believes him]]. To that end, when he won't "confess," the other kids [[spoiler:destroy Cartman's computer, smartphone, and tablet]]. Especially jarring because Cartman had been trying to improve himself, and this incident [[HeelFaceDoorSlam put a stop to that]]. When Kyle not only learns that Cartman isn't [=skankhunt42=], but [[spoiler:it's been Kyle's own father the entire time]], Kyle is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone genuinely horrified]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', VillainProtagonist [[VillainProtagonist Eric Cartman Cartman]] insists that he isn't the {{Troll}} known as [=skankhunt42=]. [=skankhunt42=] that's been terrorizing the elementary school. As has been shown to the audience (but [[DramaticIrony not the other characters]]), Cartman's telling the truth, but [[CassandraTruth no one believes the other kids don't believe him]]. To that end, when he When Cartman won't "confess," the other kids [[spoiler:destroy Cartman's computer, smartphone, and tablet]]. Especially jarring because Cartman had been trying to improve himself, and this incident [[HeelFaceDoorSlam put a stop to that]]. When Kyle not only learns that Cartman isn't [=skankhunt42=], but [[spoiler:it's been Kyle's own father the entire time]], Kyle is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone genuinely horrified]].
1st Nov '17 12:23:23 PM KingLyger
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', VillainProtagonist Eric Cartman insists that he isn't the {{Troll}} known as [=skankhunt42=]. As has been shown to the audience (but [[DramaticIrony not the other characters]]), Cartman's telling the truth, but [[CassandraTruth no one believes him]]. To that end, when he won't "confess," the other kids [[spoiler:destroy Cartman's computer, smartphone, and tablet]]. Especially jarring because Cartman had been trying to improve himself, and this incident [[HeelFaceDoorSlam put a stop to that]]. When Kyle not only learns that Cartman isn't [=skankhunt42=], but [[spoiler:it's been Kyle's own father the entire time]], Kyle is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone genuinely horrified]].
18th Oct '17 1:25:46 PM SpockHeavy
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** In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood'', Batman interrogates Joker about a new vigilante using one of the latter's old aliases. After some back-and-forth, Joker asks if Batman honestly believes he would [[ShamelessSelfPromoter cause trouble without making sure everyone knew it was him]]. Batman has no retort.
10th Oct '17 1:35:35 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Grandpa's Packard" had Arnold and his grandmother Gertie try to find out who stole his grandfather Phil's car. One of their suspects was Phil's old rival Rex Smyth-Higgins I, whose own Packard lost to Phil's in a recent contest. When they confront him on the matter, Rex states that he didn't steal his rival's car and gives the alibi that he was in London at the time the car went missing.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Grandpa's Packard" had Arnold and his grandmother Gertie try to find out who stole his grandfather Phil's car. One of their suspects was Phil's old rival Rex Smyth-Higgins Smythe-Higgins I, whose own Packard lost to Phil's in a recent contest. When they confront him on the matter, Rex states that he didn't steal his rival's car and gives the alibi that he was in London at the time the car went missing.
10th Oct '17 1:35:06 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Grandpa's Packard" had Arnold and his grandmother Gertie try to find out who stole his grandfather Phil's car. One of their suspects was Phil's old rival Rex Smyth-Higgins I, whose own Packard lost to Phil's in a recent contest. Rex states that he didn't steal his rival's car and gives the alibi that he was in London at the time the car went missing.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Grandpa's Packard" had Arnold and his grandmother Gertie try to find out who stole his grandfather Phil's car. One of their suspects was Phil's old rival Rex Smyth-Higgins I, whose own Packard lost to Phil's in a recent contest. When they confront him on the matter, Rex states that he didn't steal his rival's car and gives the alibi that he was in London at the time the car went missing.
10th Oct '17 1:34:25 PM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' episode "Grandpa's Packard" had Arnold and his grandmother Gertie try to find out who stole his grandfather Phil's car. One of their suspects was Phil's old rival Rex Smyth-Higgins I, whose own Packard lost to Phil's in a recent contest. Rex states that he didn't steal his rival's car and gives the alibi that he was in London at the time the car went missing.
22nd Sep '17 3:10:57 PM Pilomotor
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Steve gets pregnant after 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 this sort of thing would happen to her so that's what he's prepared for.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Steve gets pregnant after giving a choking Roger CPR.saving [[BizarreAlienBiology Roger]]'s life with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. 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 this sort of thing would happen to her so that's what he's prepared for.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Slappers", when Wayne discovers the steroidal compound going around Terry's school is actually Venom, he naturally suspects Bane. However, when Terry investigates the old villain's home, he finds Bane is now an invalid, due to a lifetime of using the stuff, clearly unable to run such an operation. [[spoiler: The true mastermind is Bane's caretaker, who Bane needed to make it for him when he was no longer able, and is now selling it on the street to make money.]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Slappers", when Wayne discovers the steroidal compound going around Terry's school is actually Venom, the drug Bane invented to give himself super-strength, he naturally suspects sends Terry to investigate Bane. However, when Terry investigates the old villain's home, he finds Bane is now an invalid, his body ruined due to a lifetime of using the addictive stuff, clearly unable to run such an operation. [[spoiler: The true mastermind is Bane's caretaker, who Bane needed to taught how make it for him when he was no longer able, and is now selling it on the street to make money.]]
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