History WhatTheHellHero / WesternAnimation

23rd Jul '16 8:57:07 AM nombretomado
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* A more realistic example is displayed in ''[[{{Sixteen}} 6Teen]]'', when in one episode, the six characters tell each other their most embarrassing secrets. Caitlin blabs to her boyfriend all their secrets with the exception of hers, explaining that she couldn't ruin their relationship. When said boyfriend becomes hypnotized and blabs to the entire mall about it, her friends, as expected, were not too happy with her.

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* A more realistic example is displayed in ''[[{{Sixteen}} 6Teen]]'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'', when in one episode, the six characters tell each other their most embarrassing secrets. Caitlin blabs to her boyfriend all their secrets with the exception of hers, explaining that she couldn't ruin their relationship. When said boyfriend becomes hypnotized and blabs to the entire mall about it, her friends, as expected, were not too happy with her.
3rd Jul '16 4:05:00 AM Nintendoman01
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** ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'': In the episode "In Charm's Way," after Kevin spends the entire episode being a {{Jerkass}} to Gwen, believing that she hasn't even been trying to find a way to fix his [[BalefulPolymorph most recent mutation]], Ben hits him with one of these, not only informing him that Gwen has in fact been spending every spare moment since the accident occurred trying to find a cure for him, but for just automatically assuming that Gwen ''wasn't'' trying to help him in the first place:
-->'''Kevin''': She... she never told me.\\
'''Ben''': Should she have ''had'' to?
30th Jun '16 5:12:33 AM Anicomicgeek
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* The second season of the 90s ''{{WesternAnimation/Iron Man}}'' cartoon starts with Tony faking his death as part of a plan to stop the Mandarin. [[WeWouldHaveToldYouBut He doesn't let any of his friends in on it so their grief will convince the villains he's really dead.]] All but two of the supporting cast (Rhodey and [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Julia]]) walk out on him in disgust, and even the two who stay make it clear he crossed a line.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'', Rhodey calls Tony out in one episode for being willing to use lethal force on people and justifying it with a 'whatever it takes' mindset. Rhodey points out to Tony how that attitude makes him exactly like the people he's fighting and that it's beginning to look like Tony's out for revenge instead of saving lives, which was his original motivation. Tony doesn't respond, but instead the two have a non-verbal glare-down as the episode ends, indicating that Rhodey's words probably struck a little too close to home.

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* ''WesternAnimation/IronMan''
** The season 1 finale had Tony Stark use a robot duplicate (while he himself was disguised as a bridesmaid) to fake a wedding to Julia Carpenter for the purpose of throwing the Mandarin off his trial and convince him that Tony and Iron Man were separate people. However, he decided to not tell the ComicBook/ScarletWitch about it, who wasn't happy about being left out of the loop.
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The second season of the 90s ''{{WesternAnimation/Iron Man}}'' cartoon starts with Tony faking his death as part of a plan to stop the Mandarin. [[WeWouldHaveToldYouBut He doesn't let any of his friends in on it so their grief will convince the villains he's really dead.]] All but two of the supporting cast (Rhodey ([[ComicBook/WarMachine Rhodey]] and [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Julia]]) walk out on him in disgust, and even the two who stay make it clear he crossed a line.
** Season 2 also adapted the classic "Armor Wars" arc, wherein Tony realizes that his technology has been stolen and goes to extremes to stop its use by criminals' hands, and everyone giving him crap for his action. The two-parter had a two-for-one from Julia, who revealed she was no more happy about the wedding stunt in Season 1 than Wanda was.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'', ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'':
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Rhodey calls Tony out in one episode for being willing to use lethal force on people and justifying it with a 'whatever it takes' mindset. Rhodey points out to Tony how that attitude makes him exactly like the people he's fighting and that it's beginning to look like Tony's out for revenge instead of saving lives, which was his original motivation. Tony doesn't respond, but instead the two have a non-verbal glare-down as the episode ends, indicating that Rhodey's words probably struck a little too close to home.
17th Jun '16 9:51:13 PM AwkwardTurtle
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** In the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' episode "Let's Get Serious", Aqualad of ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' gives Robin the riot act over their immaturity and mockery of heroism. What hurts them the most is that his assessment is ''right'' as Cyborg and Beast Boy go gaa-gaa over the idea of a pie-eating contest and Starfire and Raven free Jinx to have a girl's night out.

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** * In the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' episode "Let's Get Serious", Aqualad of ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' gives Robin the riot act over their immaturity and mockery of heroism. What hurts them the most is that his assessment is ''right'' as Cyborg and Beast Boy go gaa-gaa over the idea of a pie-eating contest and Starfire and Raven free Jinx to have a girl's night out.
27th May '16 1:31:52 PM CountDorku
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Steven delivers one to [[spoiler:Lapis]], who has been...''indisposed'' throughout an entire [[HeelFaceTurn redemption arc]] and spends the entire episode furious at the newly redeemed character for past actions: major themes are "get to know her" and "give her a chance", and it seems to work to a degree. He also delivered several during that redemption arc, although [[spoiler:Peridot's]] status as a hero was dubious at best during most of that time.
23rd May '16 10:22:53 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' episode "The Fugitives", the three heroines give this to Jerry in spades while pelting him with snowballs. (His apology for not believing their innocence and trying to capture them and apply brain surgery to stop them - they didn't seem willing to accept it yet.)
13th May '16 11:04:58 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* This trope was the essential plotline for a ''[[LibertysKids Liberty's Kids]]'' episode where Sarah goes to ThomasJefferson's farm and discovers that the writer of "All men are created equal..." is a ''slaveholder''. She is understandably shocked and confronts him.

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* This trope was the essential plotline for a ''[[LibertysKids Liberty's Kids]]'' episode where Sarah goes to ThomasJefferson's UsefulNotes/ThomasJefferson's farm and discovers that the writer of "All men are created equal..." is a ''slaveholder''. She is understandably shocked and confronts him.
3rd May '16 3:11:36 PM Ninja857142
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The Cutie Mark Crusaders get a few from "Ponyville Confidential", but special mention goes to [[SilentBob Big Macintosh]], who was actually mad enough to chew them out for humiliating him and Applejack.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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The Cutie Mark Crusaders get a few from "Ponyville Confidential", but special mention goes to [[SilentBob Big Macintosh]], who was actually mad enough to chew them out for humiliating him and Applejack.



** Fluttershy gives an epic one to her friends in the episode "Keep Calm and Flutter On", after they try to pull such a moment on her, believing that she was ignorant of the actions of Discord, whom Fluttershy had been charged with reforming.
--->'''Rainbow Dash''': You see Discord's behind all this, right?\\
'''Fluttershy''': Oh, of course I do! Do you all think I'm a silly, gullible fool? (cue the rest of them looking very sheepish and muttering.)
** In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation Inspiration Manifestation]]'', Owlowiscious toward Spike as Rarity begins running amok with the spell, and his insistence that everything's going fine.
*** Twilight also berates Spike at the end of the episode for taking the spellbook from the castle without asking permission.

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** Fluttershy gives an epic one to her friends in the episode "Keep Calm and Flutter On", after they try to pull such a moment on her, believing that she was ignorant of the actions of Discord, whom Fluttershy had been charged with reforming.
--->'''Rainbow Dash''': You see Discord's behind all this, right?\\
'''Fluttershy''': Oh, of course I do! Do you all think I'm a silly, gullible fool? (cue the rest of them looking very sheepish and muttering.)
** In ''[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation Inspiration Manifestation]]'', [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation "Inspiration Manifestation"]], Owlowiscious toward Spike as Rarity begins running amok with the spell, and his insistence that everything's going fine.
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fine. Twilight also berates Spike at the end of the episode for taking the spellbook from the castle without asking permission.
11th Apr '16 4:18:58 PM res20stupid
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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', gives a furious tongue-lashing to Chief Bogo for trying to fire Judy Hopps due to her failing to solve a kidnapping case [[TheBet within the]] [[YouHaveFortyEightHours allocated time]] by accusing him of backing out of the deal since she still had 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' despite her more experienced co-workers struggling on the same case and she ''still'' did more investigative work than the entire precinct. Bogo agrees not to fire her.

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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', gives a furious tongue-lashing to Chief Bogo for trying to fire Judy Hopps due to her failing to solve a kidnapping case [[TheBet within the]] [[YouHaveFortyEightHours [[YouHave48Hours allocated time]] by accusing him of backing out of the deal since she still had 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' despite her more experienced co-workers struggling on the same case and she ''still'' did more investigative work than the entire precinct. Bogo agrees not to fire her.her and lets her keep investigating.
11th Apr '16 4:18:00 PM res20stupid
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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}, gives a furious tongue-lashing to Chief Bogo for trying to fire Judy Hopps due to her failing to solve a kidnapping case [[TheBet within the]] [[YouHaveFortyEightHours allocated time]] by accusing him of backing out of the deal since she still had 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' despite her more experienced co-workers struggling on the same case and she ''still'' did more investigative work than the entire precinct. Bogo agrees not to fire her.

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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}, ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', gives a furious tongue-lashing to Chief Bogo for trying to fire Judy Hopps due to her failing to solve a kidnapping case [[TheBet within the]] [[YouHaveFortyEightHours allocated time]] by accusing him of backing out of the deal since she still had 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' despite her more experienced co-workers struggling on the same case and she ''still'' did more investigative work than the entire precinct. Bogo agrees not to fire her.
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