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1st Sep '17 2:27:30 PM BobTanaka
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** In [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E21EveryLittleThingSheDoes "Every Little Thing She Does"]], [[TheAtoner Starlight]] panics at the thought of spending the day doing friendship lessons with the Mane Six (minus Twilight) and decides to use a mind control spell to ease things along. It doesn't go well at all, and Twilight and the others call her on it:
-->'''Twilight:''' "What made you think casting a spell on your friends to do your bidding was even ''remotely'' a good idea?"
-->'''Starlight:''' "Well, when you put it that way, it sounds really bad."
-->'''Twilight:''' "THAT'S BECAUSE IT ''IS'' REALLY BAD!"
30th Jul '17 3:38:19 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', gives a solid calling out to Chief Bogo for demanding that Judy Hopps surrender her badge due to her failing to solve a missing mammal case [[YouHave48Hours within the allocated time]] by reminding him that she still has 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' with virtually no resources despite her more experienced co-workers struggling on the same case.

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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', gives a solid calling out to Chief Bogo for demanding that Judy Hopps surrender her badge due to her failing to solve a missing mammal case [[YouHave48Hours [[RaceAgainstTheClock within the allocated time]] by reminding him that she still has 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' with virtually no resources despite her more experienced co-workers struggling on the same case.
24th Jul '17 6:09:45 PM RacattackForce
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Steven delivers one to Lapis Lazuli, who had been... ''indisposed'' throughout [[spoiler:Peridot's]] entire [[HeelFaceTurn redemption arc]] and spends the entire episode furious at said character for bringing her back to Earth. While he acknowledges that Lapis [[TraumaCongaLine had indeed gone through a lot]], he points out that [[spoiler:Peridot]] [[BreakTheHaughty did]] so as well, is making a huge effort to be a better person, is probably just as terrified as Lapis at the idea of being stuck on an unfamiliar planet, and has spent the entire episode trying to be amicable towards someone who clearly hates her.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Steven delivers one to Lapis Lazuli, who had been... ''indisposed'' throughout [[spoiler:Peridot's]] entire [[HeelFaceTurn redemption arc]] and spends the entire episode furious at said character for bringing her back to Earth. While he acknowledges that Lapis [[TraumaCongaLine had indeed gone through a lot]], he points out that [[spoiler:Peridot]] [[BreakTheHaughty did]] did so as well, is making a huge effort to be a better person, is probably just as terrified as Lapis at the idea of being stuck on an unfamiliar planet, and has spent the entire episode trying to be amicable towards someone who clearly hates her.
24th Jul '17 6:08:57 PM RacattackForce
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Steven delivers one to Lapis Lazuli, who had been... ''indisposed'' throughout [[spoiler:Peridot's]] entire [[HeelFaceTurn redemption arc]] and spends the entire episode furious at said character for bringing her back to Earth. While he acknowledges that Lapis [[TraumaCongaLine had indeed gone through a lot]], he points out that [[spoiler:Peridot]] did so as well, is making a huge effort to be a better person, is probably just as terrified as Lapis at the idea of being stuck on an unfamiliar planet, and has spend the entire episode trying to be amicable towards someone who clearly hates her.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Steven delivers one to Lapis Lazuli, who had been... ''indisposed'' throughout [[spoiler:Peridot's]] entire [[HeelFaceTurn redemption arc]] and spends the entire episode furious at said character for bringing her back to Earth. While he acknowledges that Lapis [[TraumaCongaLine had indeed gone through a lot]], he points out that [[spoiler:Peridot]] did [[BreakTheHaughty did]] so as well, is making a huge effort to be a better person, is probably just as terrified as Lapis at the idea of being stuck on an unfamiliar planet, and has spend spent the entire episode trying to be amicable towards someone who clearly hates her.
24th Jul '17 5:52:35 PM RacattackForce
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* Inverted, in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. After finding out that Jake had his Dragon Chi confiscated on purpose so he could relax, Lao Shi scolds him for being irresponsible and not flawlessly rising to the job. This is followed by Jake's younger sister Haley, who has been filling in for him, losing her temper and [[CallingTheOldManOut angrily telling Lao Shi]] off for putting all the burden of defending a magical realm on a teenage boy. She rightfully points out that the position has forced Jake to constantly be late for school, lie to his father about his true nature as a dragon, and allow his own girlfriend's memories of him be erased, all in addition to the fact that no moral is even allowed to know of the magical realm he's protecting, much less acknowledge the work he does. Lao Shi takes this to heart and decides to cut Jake's dragon training in half.

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* Inverted, in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'': After finding out that Jake had his Dragon Chi confiscated on purpose so he could relax, his grandfather Lao Shi scolds him for being irresponsible and not flawlessly rising begins to the job. This is followed by become furious. Before he can even properly begin ranting to himself, Jake's younger sister Haley, who has been filling in for him, losing loses her temper and [[CallingTheOldManOut angrily telling tells Lao Shi]] off for putting all the burden of defending a magical realm on a teenage boy. Despite arguably being the stronger dragon of the two, she admits that she can't imagine doing the job for even another day, much less several years. She rightfully points out that the position has forced Jake to constantly be late for or miss school, lie to his father about his true nature as a dragon, and allow his own girlfriend's memories of him be erased, all in addition to the fact that no moral is even allowed to know of the magical realm he's protecting, much less acknowledge the work he does. Lao Shi takes this to heart and decides to cut Jake's dragon training in half. half when he next sees him.
-->'''Haley''': He may be the American Dragon, but he's also a 14 year-old kid who just wanted a couple days off. If that makes him immature, fine. But self-serving? {{With all due respect}} to both of you, ''STEP OFF''.
24th Jul '17 5:23:35 PM RacattackForce
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* Deconstructed in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. After finding out that Jake had his Dragon Chi confiscated on purpose, Lao Shi scolds him for being irresponsible and not flawlessly rising to the job. Haley (who has been filling in for Jake) loses her temper and [[CallingTheOldManOut angrily tells Lao Shi]] that being the American Dragon is not as good as it seems -after being on the job for just a few days, she wouldn't even consider doing it for two more days - let alone two more years. She also points out that ever since Jake began his duties, he's always been late for school, had to lie to his dad, had his own girlfriend forget about him, and in addition to all that, he's the guardian of a magic realm that no mortal (other than his friends) know about. Lao Shi takes this to heart and decides to cut Jake's dragon training in half.

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* Deconstructed Inverted, in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. After finding out that Jake had his Dragon Chi confiscated on purpose, purpose so he could relax, Lao Shi scolds him for being irresponsible and not flawlessly rising to the job. Haley (who This is followed by Jake's younger sister Haley, who has been filling in for Jake) loses him, losing her temper and [[CallingTheOldManOut angrily tells telling Lao Shi]] that being off for putting all the American Dragon is not as good as it seems -after being burden of defending a magical realm on the job for just a few days, she wouldn't even consider doing it for two more days - let alone two more years. teenage boy. She also rightfully points out that ever since the position has forced Jake began his duties, he's always been to constantly be late for school, had to lie to his dad, had father about his true nature as a dragon, and allow his own girlfriend forget about him, and girlfriend's memories of him be erased, all in addition to all that, the fact that no moral is even allowed to know of the magical realm he's protecting, much less acknowledge the guardian of a magic realm that no mortal (other than his friends) know about.work he does. Lao Shi takes this to heart and decides to cut Jake's dragon training in half.
22nd May '17 5:35:58 AM thatmadork
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* ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'': In "Rick Potion #9", Morty has Rick concoct a love potion so he can woo Jessica, a girl he has a crush on. Because Jessica has the flu, she ends up transmitting the effects of the potion to the entire school and within a few hours, the entire world wants to have sex with Morty (though not any of Morty's family as the potion doesn't work on people with his DNA). [[spoiler:Rick's attempts to reverse the issue eventually end up with the entire planet being irreversably mutated into shambling Cronenberg-esque horrors and Rick and Morty end up abandoning it to live in an alternate universe where they died]]. Morty asks Rick about why he did this, and Rick tears Morty a new one, pointing out that what Morty was trying to do to Jessica was ''date rape''. ''And he's right''.
-->'''Rick:''' Me irresponsible!? All I wanted you to do was hand me a screwdriver, Morty! You're the one who wanted me to buckle down and make a roofie juice serum, so you could roofie the poor girl at your school! You kidding me, Morty!? You're going to try and take the high road on this one? You're a creep, Morty!
16th Apr '17 10:21:02 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'': It starts right off with Scooby and the gang locked in jail because their recent mystery adventure has disrupted Crystal Cove's revenue stream (it's a supernatural tourist attraction), then episode 26 has the gang divided as Fred discovers the Mayor ''isn't'' his real dad, and Velma had kept Angel Dynamite's identity (previous Mystery Inc. member Cassidy Williams) a secret, to which the others took umbrage. It gets worse in episode 27 when the gang--except for Daphne--reunites to stop a zombie clown, but because Daphne was not in the spot Fred calls for, the plan fails and the city is left in a fiery ruin.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'': It starts right off with Scooby and the gang locked in jail because their recent mystery adventure has disrupted Crystal Cove's revenue stream (it's a supernatural tourist attraction), then episode 26 has the gang divided as Fred discovers the Mayor ''isn't'' his real dad, and Velma had kept Angel Dynamite's identity (previous Mystery Inc. member Cassidy Williams) a secret, to which the others took umbrage. It gets worse in episode 27 when the gang--except for Daphne--reunites to stop a zombie clown, but because Daphne was not in the spot Fred calls for, the plan fails and the city is left in a fiery ruin.
16th Apr '17 10:16:42 PM rva98014
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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]] [[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 and lets her keep investigating.

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* Nick Wilde, one of the two protagonists in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', gives a furious tongue-lashing solid calling out to Chief Bogo for trying to fire demanding that Judy Hopps surrender her badge due to her failing to solve a kidnapping missing mammal case [[TheBet within the]] [[YouHave48Hours within the allocated time]] by accusing reminding him of backing out of the deal since that she still had has 10 hours left. He also points out that Bogo gave Judy, an inexperienced rookie cop, an ImpossibleTask of solving a case ''by herself'' with virtually no resources 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 and lets her keep investigating.case.
16th Apr '17 10:11:37 PM rva98014
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** Nick also later hands one of these to Judy herself when she makes some InnocentlyInsensitive remarks about the feral predators in an interview and then tries to pull an InnocentBigot variant of YouAreACreditToYourRace on him.
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