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22nd May '17 10:10:30 AM Hedging
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19th Apr '17 9:02:31 PM Jayalaw
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** After they encounter a tomcat, Thomas O'Malley offers to help the family return to Paris. He hitches them as stowaways on a milk truck, by scaring the bejeebers out of the driver.\\
'''You'd Expect''': He would make sure the kittens and cats stay out of sight until the milkman reaches Paris. Otherwise they have to walk the rest of the way.\\
'''Instead''': Thomas suffers NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished. He opens a milk can for the kittens so they can get breakfast. The milkman sees through the rear-view window, slams the brakes, and shoos the "tramps" out. The cats then find themselves walking the rest of the time.



** Belle knows Gaston is a complete creep, or at least suspects it from the way he talks about her dad, treats her books, etc. When Belle's father leaves town for the fair, Gaston shows up at her house wanting to propose.
'''You'd Expect:''' Belle to lock the door and barricade herself in the house after checking the peephole and seeing Gaston. And if you think that would spoil the rest of the story, she could always do her running-and-singing-on-the-hillside thing later after he gave up and left.

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** Belle knows Gaston is a complete creep, or at least suspects it from the way he talks about her dad, treats her books, etc. When Belle's father leaves town for the fair, Gaston shows up at her house wanting to propose.
propose.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Belle to lock the door and barricade herself in the house after checking the peephole and seeing Gaston. And if you think that would spoil the rest of the story, she could always do her running-and-singing-on-the-hillside thing later after he gave up and left.\\
16th Apr '17 8:57:44 AM EnglishGuruLady
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** Belle knows Gaston is a complete creep, or at least suspects it from the way he talks about her dad, treats her books, etc. When Belle's father leaves town for the fair, Gaston shows up at her house wanting to propose.
'''You'd Expect:''' Belle to lock the door and barricade herself in the house after checking the peephole and seeing Gaston. And if you think that would spoil the rest of the story, she could always do her running-and-singing-on-the-hillside thing later after he gave up and left.
'''Instead:''' She ''lets Gaston in'' and engages him in conversation, up to the point that he tries to pin her against the door and forcibly kiss her. Good thing she was in a position to grab the doorknob, or else that could've ended badly.
12th Apr '17 7:02:58 PM Hedging
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** Also, on Aurora's sixteenth birthday, Merriwether puts her foot down and insists on using magic to make Aurora's cake and gown because doing it by hand isn't going well and will appear as a mess to their foster daughter. Flora reluctantly agrees and the fairies plug up most of the holes in the house. As Merriwether cleans up the room, she's disappointed to see that Flora has chosen pink for the dress color instead of blue.\\

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** Also, on Aurora's sixteenth birthday, Merriwether puts her foot down and insists on using magic to make Aurora's cake and gown because doing it by hand isn't going well and will appear as a mess to their foster daughter. Flora reluctantly agrees and the fairies close all the doors and windows and plug up most of the holes in the house. As Merriwether cleans up the room, she's disappointed to see that Flora has chosen pink for the dress color instead of blue.\\
4th Apr '17 5:36:12 PM Anicomicgeek
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'''Instead:''' Cheetah is able to grab a gum because Diana sent her into a gun rack.

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'''Instead:''' Cheetah is able to grab a gum gun because Diana sent her into a gun rack.
30th Mar '17 6:30:08 PM Jayalaw
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** Thanks to the Sheriff's mistake about the ditty, Prince John's taxes land all of Nottingham in prison, since they can't pay their debts. Friar Tuck only has a farthing in the church's poorbox, and is doing what he can to keep the prisoners' spirits up by ringing the church bells on Sunday. \\
'''You'd Expect''': The authorities in Nottingham to remember that churches are tax exempt, and that only the Catholic Church can punish their priests. The murder and martyrdom of Thomas Beckett happened around this time, and John knows it. Also if Friar Tuck is sent abroad or even to another city for remonstrance, it means that Robin Hood and Little John can't rely on his help.\\
'''Instead''': The Sheriff pettily takes the farthing from the church's poorbox and says he's JustFollowingOrders. Friar Tuck then shoves him out of the church and starts assaulting him in a rage. Then when Friar Tuck is imprisoned for this, Prince John gets plans to hang him, "a man of the church" as Sir Hiss puts it with horror]], to lure out Robin Hood. Not only do Robin Hood and Little John rescue Friar Tuck and the debtors before the hanging can happen, but also King Richard returns and makes an example of Little John, Hiss and the Sheriff, by setting them to work in a rock pile, ostensibly for damage control with the Church.



** The Nicelanders aren't much better. While Ralph does repeatedly wreck their home as part of the game, outside of the arcade's opening hours he's actually a pretty nice guy.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That at some point during a period of 30 years, someone would have talked to Ralph and figured this out, and that they'd show him a bit more respect as a result.\\
'''Instead:''' They refuse to have anything to do with him outside of gameplay. And while Felix is civil towards Ralph, he doesn't make any attempt to befriend him or build bridges between Ralph and the Nicelanders.\\
'''Result:''' Ralph gains a desire to become a hero, after seeing the respect and adoration Felix gets, and leaves. Not only does this nearly cause the game to be unplugged but Ralph sets off a chain of events that nearly includes the corruption of an unrelated game, and could have wrecked the entire arcade.\\

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** The Nicelanders aren't much better. While Ralph does repeatedly wreck their home as part of the game, outside of the arcade's opening hours he's actually a pretty nice guy. Also, he needs to play the bad guy role because without Ralph, there's no game.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That at some point during a period of 30 years, someone would have talked to Ralph and figured this out, and that they'd show him a bit more respect as a result. Even from a pragmatic standpoint, you shouldn't isolate or insult your coworkers when they're essential.\\
'''Instead:''' They refuse to have anything to do with him outside of gameplay. And while Felix is civil towards Ralph, he doesn't make any attempt to befriend him or build bridges between Ralph and the Nicelanders. When they refuse to invite him for the game's ''thirtieth anniversary'' and Ralph crashes the party, Gene says that Ralph isn't heroic enough to get a medal and sarcastically says he'll give him the penthouse if Ralph wins a medal.\\
'''Result:''' Ralph hits his RageBreakingPoint and gains a desire to become a hero, after seeing the respect and adoration Felix gets, and leaves. Not only does this nearly cause the game to be unplugged but Ralph sets off a chain of events that nearly includes the corruption of an unrelated game, and could have wrecked the entire arcade.\\



* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' [[spoiler: when Woody, Buzz, and the other toys are on the conveyor belt at the dump. At first they think they're approaching daylight, but it turns out to be an ''enormous'' incinerator, which burns all the trash that falls into it. But they see a ladder which leads upward, and avoids being pushed into it, with a stop button that will halt the conveyor belt if pressed.]]\\

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''
** Andy is leaving for college, and his mother tells him he has to clear out his room. She gives him instructions that garbage bags hold trash, like his apple core, and cardboard boxes hold sentimental items for storage in the attic. \\
'''You'd Expect''': Andy to follow his mother's instructions. Despite having outgrown all of his toys, he's deeply attached to the ones that survived his childhood.\\
'''Instead''': He puts his toys in a garbage bag and leaves them below the attic door. Mrs. Davis on seeing the bag puts it in the trash. Later, Andy can't find his toys, and when he explains to his mother, she goes OhCrap. Fortunately, [[spoiler:the toys make it back before Andy leaves for college, and he thinks he just misplaced them, but still!]]
** Woody runs with a pair of scissors to save his friends, who manage to escape the garbage truck. By the time he catches up, however, they believe that Andy has abandoned them. Jessie is particularly hurt since it triggered her abandonment issues and claustrophobia. Woody tells them that Andy was putting them in the attic.\\
'''You'd Expect''': That they would believe Woody, and return to the attic on their own, before Andy notices they're gone.\\
'''Instead''': The toys don't believe Woody, especially since Andy's taking him to college. Jessie decides to go with Molly's abandoned Barbie to the local daycare. [[spoiler:They soon find that the daycare is a FalseUtopia for new toys, and its leader Lotso won't let them return when Mrs. Potato Head sees through her missing eye that Andy is looking for them. Jessie apologizes to Woody when he comes back for them, lampshading that the toys were wrong.]]
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[[spoiler: when Woody, Buzz, and the other toys are on the conveyor belt at the dump. At first they think they're approaching daylight, but it turns out to be an ''enormous'' incinerator, which burns all the trash that falls into it. But they see a ladder which leads upward, and avoids being pushed into it, with a stop button that will halt the conveyor belt if pressed.]]\\



** After customers tire of Linguini's soup, they ask him to make something new. Skinner is shocked, and suspicious that Linguini is SmarterThanYouLook after reading the letter from Renata that Linguini is [[spoiler:Gusteau's son. Skinner is waiting on a DNA test to see if this is true.]]\\
'''You'd Expect''': That Skinner would realize that sabotaging Linguini on preparing a new dish could easily cause the restaurant to lose another star. \\
'''Instead''': Skinner spitefully orders Colette and Linguini to prepare a sweetbread recipe that Gusteau considered "terrible". He hopes this will discredit Linguini, at the cost of the restaurant's reputation. Fortunately, Remy fixes the recipe and prepares it before Colette can stop "Linguini" from changing it. Skinner only then realizes how "good" this is and the near miss he had, before interrogating Linguini with wine.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'': Lord Farquaad's marriage to Fiona has been interrupted by Shrek and just as he's ordered both of them to be detained, Dragon crashes through the church and begins lunging at him.\\

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'':
** Lord Farqaad wants to create a perfect kingdom. To do so, a magic mirror tells him he has to marry a princess to become a king. The mirror suggests three options, and Farqaad chooses Princess Fiona. The mirror then tries to add a caveat that [[spoiler:she's cursed]].\\
'''You'd expect''': That given how GenreSavvy Farqaad is later in having other knights go to rescue Fiona, that he would pay attention. You'd also expect that the mirror would keep trying to warn him.\\
'''Instead''': Farqaad dismisses the mirror's warnings that [[spoiler:Fiona turns into an ogre at night, and the spell can be broken with true love]]. During the time he waits for Shrek to return, and Mirror either can't or doesn't warn him.
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Lord Farquaad's marriage to Fiona has been interrupted by Shrek and just as he's ordered both of them to be detained, Dragon crashes through the church and begins lunging at him.\\
17th Mar '17 10:55:57 PM infernape612
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'''Instead''': Shifu does all that he can to scare Po off, by torturing him during sessions and literally tossing him out of the Jade Palace. Tigress keeps accusing Po of treating kung fu and the Dragon Warrior status as s joke. Thus, when [[spoiler:Tai Lung escapes, Oogway ascends and Shifu has to train Po by necessity]], Po freaks out and tries to run away because he knows he can't go up against [[spoiler:Tai Lung, who has murdered needlessly]]. He calls out Shifu for trying to get rid of him and then suddenly changing his tune, while saying that he was hoping that Shifu would change him into someone better. This causes Shifu to have a JerkassRealization, fortunately, and he figures out how to train Po competently. Tigress in the meantime [[spoiler:goes off to stop Tai Lung, and nearly gets killed despite putting up a great fight with her friends' help]]. Po's silliness also [[spoiler:helps him distract Tai Lung during their climactic battle, and to ultimately gain the upper hand.]]

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'''Instead''': Shifu does all that he can to scare Po off, by torturing him during sessions and literally tossing him out of the Jade Palace. Tigress keeps accusing Po of treating kung fu and the Dragon Warrior status as s a joke. Thus, when [[spoiler:Tai Lung escapes, Oogway ascends and Shifu has to train Po by necessity]], Po freaks out and tries to run away because he knows he can't go up against [[spoiler:Tai Lung, who has murdered needlessly]]. He calls out Shifu for trying to get rid of him and then suddenly changing his tune, while saying that he was hoping that Shifu would change him into someone better. This causes Shifu to have a JerkassRealization, fortunately, and he figures out how to train Po competently. Tigress in the meantime [[spoiler:goes off to stop Tai Lung, and nearly gets killed despite putting up a great fight with her friends' help]]. Po's silliness also [[spoiler:helps him distract Tai Lung during their climactic battle, and to ultimately gain the upper hand.]]



* In WesternAnimation/WakkosWish, when the Warners are told about the wishing star that landed near the town\\
'''You'd Expect:''' The Warners to realize that if anybody else finds out about the star, they will definitely try to get to it as well and keep their mouths shut about it\\

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* In WesternAnimation/WakkosWish, ''WesternAnimation/WakkosWish'', when the Warners are told about the wishing star that landed near the town\\
town...\\
'''You'd Expect:''' The Warners to realize that if anybody else finds out about the star, they will definitely try to get to it as well and keep their mouths shut about it\\it.\\



'''Instead:''' He goes and dumps the silo in the recently cleaned up Springfield Lake right when the EPA was investigating Springfield's pollution. The lake now is so badly polluted that Springfield is sealed under a giant glass dome.\\

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'''Instead:''' He goes and dumps the silo in the recently cleaned up Springfield Lake right when the EPA was investigating Springfield's pollution. The lake now is so badly polluted that Springfield is sealed under a giant glass dome.\\



'''Instead:''' Homer loudly mocks them for it, and they start heading in the right direction. \\

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'''Instead:''' Homer loudly mocks them for it, and they start heading in the right direction. \\



** In the near future, Joker returns spry as ever, while Bruce Wayne has retired and Terry McGinnis has taken over as Batman. Bruce and Barbara Gordon insist that the Joker is dead, and Terry understandably wants to know why. He also wants to know how to save Gotham.\\

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** In the near future, Joker returns spry as ever, while Bruce Wayne has retired and Terry McGinnis [=McGinnis=] has taken over as Batman. Bruce and Barbara Gordon insist that the Joker is dead, and Terry understandably wants to know why. He also wants to know how to save Gotham.\\



'''You'd Expect:''' Diana to try to avoid smashing her archenemy into a shelf full of weapons.]]

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'''You'd Expect:''' Diana to try to avoid smashing her archenemy into a shelf full of weapons.]]\\
17th Mar '17 10:50:44 PM infernape612
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* ''Shrek'': Lord Farquaad's marriage to Fiona has been interrupted by Shrek and just as he's ordered both of them to be detained, Dragon crashes through the church and begins lunging at him.\\
'''You'd Expect:'' He would run away from Dragon so that he could avoid being eaten. Donkey and Shrek managed to do so earlier in the film.\\

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* ''Shrek'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'': Lord Farquaad's marriage to Fiona has been interrupted by Shrek and just as he's ordered both of them to be detained, Dragon crashes through the church and begins lunging at him.\\
'''You'd Expect:'' Expect:''' He would run away from Dragon so that he could avoid being eaten. Donkey and Shrek managed to do so earlier in the film.\\
17th Mar '17 10:49:50 PM infernape612
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** So Hans. being the youngest of thirteen brothers. has no prospects of owning a kingdom. He goes to Arendelle in the hopes of courting Elsa but finds her younger sister and heir Anna falling for him. Hans comes up with the plan of marrying Anna, killing off Elsa years later to leave the throne free for him to claim, leaving Anna as a TrophyWife.\\

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** So Hans. Hans, being the youngest of thirteen brothers. brothers, has no prospects of owning a kingdom. He goes to Arendelle in the hopes of courting Elsa but finds her younger sister and heir Anna falling for him. Hans comes up with the plan of marrying Anna, killing off Elsa years later to leave the throne free for him to claim, leaving Anna as a TrophyWife.\\



'''Instead''':He just leaves Anna to her death without double checking, completely gambling on the fact that Anna will die rapidly, that no one will hear her faint cries for help, and that no one knows where she is. Olaf, the SpannerInTheWorks for Hans, rescues Anna in the nick of time, and when she saves Elsa from Hans, every local and foreign guest sees his cruelty. As a result, Anna breaks off the engagement, and Elsa sends Hans back to the Southern Isles with disgrace for trying to kill them.

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'''Instead''':He '''Instead''': He just leaves Anna to her death without double checking, completely gambling on the fact that Anna will die rapidly, that no one will hear her faint cries for help, and that no one knows where she is. Olaf, the SpannerInTheWorks for Hans, rescues Anna in the nick of time, and when she saves Elsa from Hans, every local and foreign guest sees his cruelty. As a result, Anna breaks off the engagement, and Elsa sends Hans back to the Southern Isles with in disgrace for trying to kill them.



** In a world where the dinosaurs survived and have become settlers, Henry and his wife have three child. TheRuntAtTheEnd, Arlo, is trying to earn his mark like his older siblings by feeding the hens. The only problem? The hens are bigger than him and keep attacking him. He also messes with his siblings' chores while running from the chickens. Eventually Arlo gets tired of this and tries to face the hens and shove down his fear.\\

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** In a world where the dinosaurs survived and have become settlers, Henry and his wife have three child.children. TheRuntAtTheEnd, Arlo, is trying to earn his mark like his older siblings by feeding the hens. The only problem? The hens are bigger than him and keep attacking him. He also messes with his siblings' chores while running from the chickens. Eventually Arlo gets tired of this and tries to face the hens and shove down his fear.\\
17th Mar '17 10:36:03 PM infernape612
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** In ''Disney/{{Cinderella}} III, a Twist In Time,'' when Cinderella is confused about the slipper supposedly fitting Anastasia\\

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** In ''Disney/{{Cinderella}} III, a Twist In Time,'' when Cinderella is confused about the slipper supposedly fitting Anastasia\\Anastasia...\\



'''You'd Expect''':That Tinker Bell would, if she's going to go {{Yandere}}, make Wendy's death look like an accident and make sure the trail doesn't lead back to her. Or, she could let Neverland do the job for her. The mermaids are just as {{Yandere}} and try to drown Wendy merely because she's with Peter, and the natives put her to collecting firewood for a ceremonial bonfire.\\
'''Instead''': In keeping with the source material, Tink DidntThinkThisThrough. She goes to the Lost Boys and tells them that Peter has ordered them to shoot down a "Wendy-bird". When Peter finds out after saving Wendy from crashing onto rocks, the Boys immediately tell him what Tink said, which leads to her getting banished. He could have easily done worse if Wendy had actually been killed. Either way, Tink would be on the outs from Peter

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'''You'd Expect''':That Expect''': That Tinker Bell would, if she's going to go {{Yandere}}, make Wendy's death look like an accident and make sure the trail doesn't lead back to her. Or, she could let Neverland do the job for her. The mermaids are just as {{Yandere}} and try to drown Wendy merely because she's with Peter, and the natives put her to collecting firewood for a ceremonial bonfire.\\
'''Instead''': In keeping with the source material, Tink DidntThinkThisThrough. She goes to the Lost Boys and tells them that Peter has ordered them to shoot down a "Wendy-bird". When Peter finds out after saving Wendy from crashing onto rocks, the Boys immediately tell him what Tink said, which leads to her getting banished. He could have easily done worse if Wendy had actually been killed. Either way, Tink would be on the outs from PeterPeter is now ''royally'' steamed at Tink.



'''Instead''': He still assumes it's a present, only when Tink arrives, and almost kills herself to get rid of the bomb, does he catch on.

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'''Instead''': He still assumes it's a present, and only when Tink arrives, arrives and almost kills herself to get rid of the bomb, does he catch on.



** Also, on Aurora's sixteenth Merriwether puts her foot down and insists on using magic to make Aurora's cake and gown because doing it by hand isn't going well and will appear as a mess to their foster daughter. Flora reluctantly agrees and the fairies plug up most of the holes in the house. As Merriwether cleans up the room, she's disappointed to see that Flora has chosen pink for the dress color instead of blue.\\

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** Also, on Aurora's sixteenth birthday, Merriwether puts her foot down and insists on using magic to make Aurora's cake and gown because doing it by hand isn't going well and will appear as a mess to their foster daughter. Flora reluctantly agrees and the fairies plug up most of the holes in the house. As Merriwether cleans up the room, she's disappointed to see that Flora has chosen pink for the dress color instead of blue.\\



** Also, Prince John and Sir Hiss are in on the plan. They watch the proceedings with amusement, at least until Prince John sends. The Sheriff of Nottingham is also competing, despite the conflict of interest.\\

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** Also, Prince John and Sir Hiss are in on the plan. They watch the proceedings with amusement, at least until Prince John sends.amusement. The Sheriff of Nottingham is also competing, despite the conflict of interest.\\



'''Instead: ''' Purely out of [[NotGoodWithRejection anger at Roger and Anita for not selling her their puppies]], she hires two thieves named Horace and Jasper to ''steal'' their puppies. She assumes that no one wiil give much of a crap about some puppies being stolen, but soon almost the whole country starts hunting for them, and she is forced to hide them out in an old family property while worrying about the police finding them. In the live-action version proper, she actually gets arrested after the police conduct a raid on her house and find the illegal furs she's kept there.\\

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'''Instead: ''' Purely out of [[NotGoodWithRejection anger at Roger and Anita for not selling her their puppies]], she hires two thieves named Horace and Jasper to ''steal'' their puppies. She assumes that no one wiil give much of a crap about some puppies being stolen, but soon almost the whole country starts hunting for them, and she is forced to hide them out in an old family property while worrying about the police finding them. In the live-action version proper, she actually gets arrested after the police conduct a raid on her house and find the illegal furs she's kept there.\\



'''You'd Expect:''' Since he is completely overwhelmed by the Beast and that Belle shows no interest in him in favor of the former, he just cut his losses rally any survivors from the castle and get the hell out. Afterwards he either move on with his life after realizing that he has no chance with Belle or try and study the Beast and attempt another attack, this time with perhaps more manpower.\\
'''Instead:''' He proceed to backstab the beast ''right after he saved his life'' which led him to fall to his own death.

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'''You'd Expect:''' Since he is completely overwhelmed by the Beast and that Belle shows no interest in him in favor of the former, he just cut his losses losses, rally any survivors from the castle castle, and get the hell out. Afterwards he either move moves on with his life after realizing that he has no chance with Belle or try and study the Beast and attempt another attack, this time with perhaps more manpower.\\
'''Instead:''' He proceed to backstab the beast ''right after he saved his life'' which led him to fall to his own death.



'''Instead''': Jafar clutches the VillainBall immediately tries to kill Aladdin when the latter barely escapes the Cave of Wonders. Abu attacks Jafar and steals the lamp surreptitiously, which allows Aladdin to find out about the Genie and become a prince.

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'''Instead''': Jafar clutches the VillainBall and immediately tries to kill Aladdin when the latter barely escapes the Cave of Wonders. Abu attacks Jafar and steals the lamp surreptitiously, which allows Aladdin to find out about the Genie and become a prince.



'''Instead''': He pulls Simba close for some EvilGloating and tells Simba that he killed Mufasa. Furious, Simba gains his strength back and forces Scar to confess the dirty deed to the other lions of Pride Rock. After a fierce battle, Scar is then attacked and killed by the hyenas whom he tried to blame for Mufasa's death]].

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'''Instead''': He pulls Simba close for some EvilGloating and tells Simba that he killed Mufasa. Furious, Simba gains his strength back and forces Scar to confess the dirty deed to the other lions of Pride Rock. After a fierce battle, Scar is then attacked and killed by the hyenas whom he tried to blame for Mufasa's death]].death.



'''Instead''': They never considered this choice until after Simba returns back. Years after Scar becomes the ruler of the land.
%%* Disney's sequel to the above, ''Disney/TheLionKing2'' , has one good moment if you think about it.
* Disney's ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''

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'''Instead''': They never considered this choice until after Simba returns back. Years years after Scar becomes the ruler of the land.
%%* Disney's sequel to the above, ''Disney/TheLionKing2'' , has one good moment if you think about it.
* Disney's ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}''''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}'':



** Hercules' trainer, Phil has caught sight of Meg talking to Hades, revealing of her employment to him.\\

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** Hercules' trainer, Phil has caught sight of Meg talking to Hades, revealing of her employment to him.\\



'''Instead''': He just runs off and tried to warn Hercules of whom Meg is working for, pissing him off that they ended up breaking contact from one another.

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'''Instead''': He just runs off and tried to warn warnx Hercules of whom Meg is working for, pissing him off that they ended up breaking and causing them to break contact from one another.
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