History Recap / FamilyGuyS9E9AndImJoyceKinney

23rd Apr '18 9:39:53 PM lifelover91
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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, Joyce went behind her back over twenty years later and aired Lois' sirty laundry on TV without confronting her directly about it and caused Lois public humiliation. Even after this, Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apology.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, Joyce went behind her back over twenty years later and aired Lois' sirty dirty laundry on TV without confronting her directly about it and caused Lois public humiliation. Even after this, Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apology.
15th Feb '18 6:52:08 AM MsCC93
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* RealityEnsues: Joyce gets revenge on Lois for a Carrie-style prank that the latter pulled on her in high school. Lois attempts to apologize, only for [[RejectedApology Joyce to not care]] (due to the severity of said prank). Moral of the scene: there are real life victims of bullying who will never let go of grudges against bullies (even when they really should) and that just because you feel remorseful and apologize for your actions, it won't guarantee an accepted apology.

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* RealityEnsues: Joyce gets revenge on Lois for a Carrie-style prank that the latter pulled on her in high school. Lois attempts to apologize, only for [[RejectedApology Joyce to not care]] (due to the severity of said prank). Moral of This proves that even if an unpopular kid who was bullied grows up to be more successful than their bullies, he/she may still have self-esteem issues from the scene: there are real life victims of undeserved bullying who will never let go of and hate they received and would still hold unhealthy grudges against bullies (even when they really should) and that just because you feel remorseful and apologize for your actions, it won't guarantee an accepted apology.their tormentors.
13th Oct '17 5:40:44 AM MsCC93
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* RejectedApology: While nderstandable, Joyce does this to Lois. What makes this come off as harsh is the fact that Lois was genuinely sorry for what she did.

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* RejectedApology: While nderstandable, understandable due to bullying being a huge deal and the prank being a Carrie-style humiliation, Joyce does this to Lois. What makes this come off as harsh is the fact that Lois was genuinely sorry for what she did.



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Joyce's betrayal of Lois (by revealing her past and the supposed "justification"), and the aftermath (nearly all of Quahog shunning Lois, calling her hateful names and so forth, and being ex-communicated by her church when she turns to her pastor for help).

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Joyce's betrayal of Lois (by revealing her past and the supposed "justification"), reason as to why she did it), and the aftermath (nearly all of Quahog shunning Lois, calling her hateful names and so forth, and being ex-communicated by her church when she turns to her pastor for help).
11th Oct '17 1:17:45 PM MagBas
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* EvilVsEvil: Basically, Joyce vs Lois. Joyce because she not only got revenge on Lois, but she (albeit understandably) refused to accept Lois' apology even after the latter showed remorse for the prank she pulled in high school. Lois, because although she doesn't cause much damage in this episode, she's still a {{jerkass}} in later seasons of the show.
10th Oct '17 8:33:03 AM MsCC93
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* AccuserOfTheBrethren[=/=]AntiVillain: Joyce Kinney airs Lois' dirty laundry as revenge for the prank, only that she eclipsed it and not caring that Lois is sorry about the prank.

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* AccuserOfTheBrethren[=/=]AntiVillain: AccuserOfTheBrethren: Combined with AntiVillain, Joyce Kinney airs Lois' dirty laundry as revenge for the prank, only that she eclipsed it and not caring that prank the latter pulled in high school. Even after Lois is sorry about the prank.apologizes, Joyce remains stubborn in her stance and refuses to accept Lois' apology.



* ButForMeItWasTuesday: When Joyce confronts Lois about a prank the latter pulled on her as a teenager. This is understandable, considering how the action had no effect on Lois and that what she did was probably over 20 years ago.

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* ButForMeItWasTuesday: When Joyce confronts Lois about a prank the latter pulled on her as a teenager. This is understandable, considering how the action had no negative effect on Lois and that what she did was probably over 20 years ago.ago and can be easily forgotten.



* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, Joyce went behind her back over twenty years later and aired Lois' sirty laundry on TV without confronting her directly about it and caused Lois public humiliation. Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apologzy.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, Joyce went behind her back over twenty years later and aired Lois' sirty laundry on TV without confronting her directly about it and caused Lois public humiliation. Even after this, Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apologzy.apology.
* EvilVsEvil: Basically, Joyce vs Lois. Joyce because she not only got revenge on Lois, but she (albeit understandably) refused to accept Lois' apology even after the latter showed remorse for the prank she pulled in high school. Lois, because although she doesn't cause much damage in this episode, she's still a {{jerkass}} in later seasons of the show.


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* RejectedApology: While nderstandable, Joyce does this to Lois. What makes this come off as harsh is the fact that Lois was genuinely sorry for what she did.
8th Oct '17 11:39:33 AM MsCC93
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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, Joyce went behind her back twenty years later without confronting her directly about it and caused Lois public humiliation. Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apologzy.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce towards Lois. Her backstory is sympathetic, but rather than letting it go and forgetting about Lois, she gets revenge on her.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, Joyce went behind her back over twenty years later and aired Lois' sirty laundry on TV without confronting her directly about it and caused Lois public humiliation. Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apologzy.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce towards Lois. Her backstory is sympathetic, but rather than letting it go and forgetting about Lois, she gets revenge on her.her and causes Lois public humiliation.
8th Oct '17 10:29:52 AM MsCC93
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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, but Joyce went behind her back twenty years later without confronting her directly about it and giving her a chance to apologize and turned her into a town pariah, several times worse than what Lois did.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce towards Lois. Her backstory is sympathetic, but instead of so much as confronting her directly, she fakes a friendship when Lois comes up to her with admiration in order to dig up dirt on her old bully, and exposes it, humiliating Lois even worse, and rejecting any apology.
* {{Hypocrite}} and HypocriticalHumor: Bonnie has the nerve to call Lois a "slut", when Bonnie cheated on Joe in "Go Stewie Go."

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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a Carrie-style humiliation in high school, but Joyce went behind her back twenty years later without confronting her directly about it and giving her a chance to apologize and turned her into a town pariah, several times worse than what caused Lois did.
public humiliation. Lois apologized, but Joyce rejected her apologzy.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce towards Lois. Her backstory is sympathetic, but instead of so much as confronting her directly, rather than letting it go and forgetting about Lois, she fakes a friendship when Lois comes up to her with admiration in order to dig up dirt gets revenge on her old bully, and exposes it, humiliating Lois even worse, and rejecting any apology.
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* {{Hypocrite}} and HypocriticalHumor: Bonnie has the nerve to call Lois a "slut", when Bonnie cheated on Joe in "Go Stewie Go."



* LaserGuidedKarma: Despite trying to save face and show others that she made a mistake (and Joyce going overboard), Lois did get what she deserved for pranking an unpopular girl (not to mention just being a bitch in post-cancellation seasons).



* MisplacedRetribution: Chris gets shamed at school for Lois' past actions.

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* MisplacedRetribution: Chris gets and Meg get shamed at school for Lois' past actions.
6th Oct '17 1:20:43 PM azul120
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* SinsOfOurFathers: Chris, and Meg to a lesser extent, get this from bullies in high school over what Lois did.
6th Oct '17 1:18:34 PM azul120
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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a big deal, but Joyce caused public humiliation. Granted Lois' prank was a Carrie-style humiliation.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce (albeit understandably) towards Lois.
* {{Hypocrite}} and HypocriticalHumor: Bonnie has the nerve to call Lois a "slut," when Bonnie cheated on Joe in "Go Stewie Go."
** A deleted scene shows '''''[[AnythingThatMoves Quagmire]]''''' angrily calling Lois "trash." Yes, the same Quagmire who has a StalkerShrine of Lois in his closet and tried to have sex with her on the episode where Peter has amnesia after appearing on an episode of ''Family Feud'' calling Lois "trash."

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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a big deal, but Joyce caused public humiliation. Granted Lois' prank was a Carrie-style humiliation.
humiliation in high school, but Joyce went behind her back twenty years later without confronting her directly about it and giving her a chance to apologize and turned her into a town pariah, several times worse than what Lois did.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce (albeit understandably) towards Lois.
Lois. Her backstory is sympathetic, but instead of so much as confronting her directly, she fakes a friendship when Lois comes up to her with admiration in order to dig up dirt on her old bully, and exposes it, humiliating Lois even worse, and rejecting any apology.
* {{Hypocrite}} and HypocriticalHumor: Bonnie has the nerve to call Lois a "slut," "slut", when Bonnie cheated on Joe in "Go Stewie Go."
** A deleted scene shows '''''[[AnythingThatMoves Quagmire]]''''' angrily calling Lois "trash." "trash". Yes, the same Quagmire who has a StalkerShrine of Lois in his closet and tried to have sex with her on the episode where Peter has amnesia after appearing on an episode of ''Family Feud'' calling Lois "trash.""trash".



* LaserGuidedKarma: Despite trying to save face and show others that she made a mistake (and Joyce going overboard), Lois did get what she deserved for pranking an unpopular girl (not to mention her cruel treatment towards her daughter and just being a bitch in post-cancellation seasons).

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Despite trying to save face and show others that she made a mistake (and Joyce going overboard), Lois did get what she deserved for pranking an unpopular girl (not to mention her cruel treatment towards her daughter and just being a bitch in post-cancellation seasons). seasons).
21st Aug '17 6:56:34 AM MsCC93
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* ButForMeItWasTuesday: When Joyce confronts Lois about a prank the latter pulled on her as a teenager. This is understandable, considering how the action had no effect on Lois and that what she did was probably over 20 years ago.



* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a big deal, but Joyce caused public humiliation.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce, big time. She doesn't think to confront her directly about it, and goes straight for the jugular over 20 years after the fact, damn the consequences.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: What Lois did to Joyce was a big deal, but Joyce caused public humiliation. Granted Lois' prank was a Carrie-style humiliation.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Joyce, big time. She doesn't think to confront her directly about it, and goes straight for the jugular over 20 years after the fact, damn the consequences.Joyce (albeit understandably) towards Lois.



* LaserGuidedKarma: Despite trying to save face and show others that she made a mistake (and Joyce going overboard), Lois did get what she deserved for pranking an unpopular girl (not to mention her cruel treatment towards her daughter).

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Despite trying to save face and show others that she made a mistake (and Joyce going overboard), Lois did get what she deserved for pranking an unpopular girl (not to mention her cruel treatment towards her daughter).daughter and just being a bitch in post-cancellation seasons).
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