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5th Apr '18 6:33:18 AM DesiredUsernameTaken
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** A non-Watterson example in "The Law", when the Donut Sheriff lets Orange Woman off with a warning even though she's clearly still dangerous.

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** A non-Watterson example in "The Law", when the Donut Sheriff lets Orange Woman [[RichBitch Felicity Parham]] off with a warning even though she's clearly still dangerous.
5th Apr '18 6:31:32 AM DesiredUsernameTaken
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': In "Let's Play Danger Island Survivor", Kaeloo forces her friends to participate on a really lame game show called "Danger Island Survivor". Everyone complains about this, and in the end, Mr. Cat snaps and ends up getting mad at Kaeloo, pointing out how stupid it is. Kaeloo gets really mad and beats him up just for expressing his opinion (which was in fact everyone else's opinion but hers). Stumpy and Quack Quack are both disgusted by her actions, and they and Mr. Cat kick her out of Smileyland (the ResetButton ensures that she's allowed back in by the next episode).
5th Mar '18 6:47:26 AM Nikku
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* ''WesternAnimation/X-MenEvolution'': Professor X gets one of these from his students after it was revealed that their principal was actually Mystique. Earlier in the episode, he and Logan had a conversation about it with Logan wondering why he doesn't just tell them the truth. Charles responds with the fact that they are supposed to respect their principal, but how does he tell the them that the respectful figure and their enemy are one and the same, clearly having struggled with revealing it to them for a while. The final scene of the episode "Turn of the Rogue" has the students surprised by the fact and even saying it was the same as lying to them.
14th Jan '18 12:48:35 AM Piterpicher
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* This trope was the essential plotline for a ''[[LibertysKids Liberty's Kids]]'' episode where Sarah goes to 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.

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* This trope was the essential plotline for a ''[[LibertysKids ''[[WesternAnimation/LibertysKids Liberty's Kids]]'' episode where Sarah goes to 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.
11th Nov '17 4:36:46 PM Excelsior123
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* On ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'', all the other characters are this to Jet whenever he does something really dumb. For example, this line from ''Satellite Selfie''
-->'''Sydney:''' Jet, where in the world did you get the idea to put rutabaga and garlic into a cookie?!?
22nd Oct '17 12:47:41 PM kittyface44
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* In ''[[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife A Bug's Life]]'', Flik the ant, desperate to make up for his blundering, decides to ally the colony with stronger insects to drive off the villainous grasshoppers. It's only after he's brought them back and introduced them as the colony's saviors that he realizes that it was a misunderstanding, and they're actually circus performers. Rather than be exposed as a blunderer yet again, Flik wheedles the circus bugs into keeping up the charade and works behind-the-scenes, formulating their battle plan. When the circus bugs' original boss shows up and Flik's dishonesty is revealed, the Queen angrily orders them to leave, and pulls no punches when she banishes Flik:

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* In ''[[WesternAnimation/ABugsLife A Bug's Life]]'', Flik the ant, desperate to make up for his blundering, decides to ally the colony with stronger insects to drive off the villainous grasshoppers. It's only after he's brought them back and introduced them as the colony's saviors that he realizes that it was a misunderstanding, and they're actually circus performers. Rather than be exposed as a blunderer yet again, Flik wheedles the circus bugs into keeping up the charade and works behind-the-scenes, formulating their battle plan. When the circus bugs' original boss shows up and Flik's dishonesty is revealed, the Queen angrily orders them to leave, and pulls no punches when she banishes Flik:leave.


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** And, her daughter, Princess Atta pulls no punches when she banishes Flik:
--> '''Atta:''' ''You lied, Flik. You lied to her! You lied to the colony! You lied to '''Me'''! I want you to leave, Flik. And this time, don't come back.''
18th Oct '17 5:37:18 AM Anicomicgeek
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* Season 1 ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' ended with "The Wedding of Iron Man", where the titular "wedding" between Tony and [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Julia]] was indeed a sham up on to lure the Mandarin out with everyone outside of [[ComicBook/ScarletWitch Wanda]] being in on it. Season 2 had a recurring bit in the relationship between Tony and Julia that Julia herself resented the stunt, too.
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* Season 1 ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' ended with "The Wedding of Iron Man", where the titular "wedding" between Tony and [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Julia]] was indeed a sham up on to lure the Mandarin out with everyone outside of [[ComicBook/ScarletWitch Wanda]] being in on it. Season 2 had a recurring bit in the relationship between Tony and Julia that Julia herself resented the stunt, too.
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18th Oct '17 5:37:18 AM Anicomicgeek
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18th Oct '17 5:36:06 AM Anicomicgeek
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* Season 1 ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' ended with "The Wedding of Iron Man", where the titular "wedding" between Tony and [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Julia]] was indeed a sham up on to lure the Mandarin out with everyone outside of [[ComicBook/ScarletWitch Wanda]] being in on it. Season 2 had a recurring bit in the relationship between Tony and Julia that Julia herself resented the stunt, too.
18th Oct '17 5:21:56 AM Anicomicgeek
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** 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 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. In a case of CerebusSyndrome, season 2 has a recurring theme in the Tony/Julia relationship being Julia being resentful of the stunt, too, despite being in on the plan.



** 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.

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** 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.
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