History Woobie / WesternAnimation

25th Jul '16 3:52:18 PM KiraDoom
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*** Billy, a lovable idiot who suffers from CollAndUnusualPunishment at times

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*** Billy, a lovable idiot who suffers from CollAndUnusualPunishment CoolAndUnusualPunishment at times
25th Jul '16 3:51:33 PM KiraDoom
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** A lot of people in Endsville can be this, actually: Grim, Billy, Irwin, Nergal, Junior... The town's always being tormented by some supernatural crap, and at least four of the aforementioned characters have been harmed/screwed over by Mandy (who, surprisingly, ''also'' counts sometimes).

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** A lot of people in Endsville can be this, actually: Grim, Billy, Irwin, Nergal, Junior... The town's always being tormented actually:
***Grim, who has been enslaved
by some supernatural crap, a couple of children and is treated like crap
***Billy, a lovable idiot who suffers from CollAndUnusualPunishment
at least four times
***Irwin, who is an {{Adorkable}} [[TheChewToy Chew Toy]] whose suffering is relentless and excessive
***Nergal, a creature from the Earth's core who [[IJustWantToHaveFriends can't make friend to save his life]]
***Junior, who is [[LikeFatherLikeSon in the same boat as his father]]
*** For the record, a lot
of the aforementioned characters have been harmed/screwed over by character's suffering comes from [[EnfantTerrible Mandy]], which is even ''worse'' when one realizes that Mandy (who, surprisingly, ''also'' counts sometimes).''always'' gets her way.
23rd Jul '16 4:48:47 PM nombretomado
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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, from the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts, may be THE Disney ChewToy...Yet some fans do feel for him greatly, mostly because in quite a number of the shorts his bad luck is there...because it has to be. In the comics by CarlBarks you even feel more sympathy towards Donald.

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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, from the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts, may be THE Disney ChewToy...Yet some fans do feel for him greatly, mostly because in quite a number of the shorts his bad luck is there...because it has to be. In the comics by CarlBarks Creator/CarlBarks you even feel more sympathy towards Donald.
4th Jul '16 11:27:53 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''
** Fenton Crackshell was extraordinarilly good at counting, and he did become the super hero Gizmoduck. But he also had a big case of bad luck and a tendency to screw things up, and he was beaten up by the Beagles ''four times'' in one episode alone. And he lived with his trailer trash mother, who would often care more about watching TV than listening to what her only son had to say. Not to mention that he was stuck with dating Gandra Dee, who often was ungrateful or cold-hearted towards him. Of course, we're still talking about a relatively light-hearted cartoon, and plenty of this was played for laughs. But the poor guy deserved all of the breaks, that he could ever catch...

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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''
''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'':
** Webby, so very much. Even though the boys allow her around and demonstrate that they really do care about her (sometimes), they often brush her off when she wants to join their project-of-the-week.
** Fenton Crackshell was extraordinarilly extraordinarily good at counting, and he did become the super hero Gizmoduck. But he also had a big case of bad luck and a tendency to screw things up, and he was beaten up by the Beagles ''four times'' in one episode alone. And he lived with his trailer trash mother, who would often care more about watching TV than listening to what her only son had to say. Not to mention that he was stuck with dating Gandra Dee, who often was ungrateful or cold-hearted towards him. Of course, we're still talking about a relatively light-hearted cartoon, and plenty of this was played for laughs. But the poor guy deserved all of the breaks, that he could ever catch...


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** Doofus Drake. While he's typically used as comic relief, what the show reveals about his life isn't very positive. On top of being saddled with a cruel name, he's bullied at school by the Beagle Boys' younger brother and out of it by the Junior Woodchucks. Even Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby aren't above taking cracks at him and [[TheFriendNobodyLikes don't seem to really like him]], despite letting him hang around.
25th Jun '16 12:09:50 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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->''"I should have known! You stole my life AND ruined my home! [[LetsGetDangerous That's it! You and me, Mouse!]] Right now, c'mon! I've been waiting for this for years! This is gonna be my moment!"''

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->''"I should have known! You stole my life AND ruined my home! [[LetsGetDangerous That's it! You and me, Mouse!]] Mouse! Right now, c'mon! I've been waiting for this for years! This is gonna be my moment!"''
25th Jun '16 1:36:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* Moosel from TheWuzzles. There are times where you just want to wrap the poor moose-seal hybrid in a big hug and tell him everything will be okay. The fact that his voice actor passed away thus ending the series somehow only amplified his {{Moe}} factor. In the Hollywuz episode, Hoppo pretty much treats the poor little guy as a doormat and in Moosel's Monster, the other Wuzzles yell at him for his over active imagination causing him to slowly waddle home. With tears in his eyes, Moosel laments that no one would want to be his friend with his overactive imagination not even himself.

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* Moosel from TheWuzzles.''WesternAnimation/TheWuzzles''. There are times where you just want to wrap the poor moose-seal hybrid in a big hug and tell him everything will be okay. The fact that his voice actor passed away thus ending the series somehow only amplified his {{Moe}} factor. In the Hollywuz episode, Hoppo pretty much treats the poor little guy as a doormat and in Moosel's Monster, the other Wuzzles yell at him for his over active imagination causing him to slowly waddle home. With tears in his eyes, Moosel laments that no one would want to be his friend with his overactive imagination not even himself.
29th Apr '16 2:19:36 AM BNSF1995
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* Jeff from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', whose entire existence seems to be devoted around [[WellDoneSonGuy getting Billy to love him]]. Instead, Billy seems to prefer to attack Jeff on sight.

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* Jeff from ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', whose entire existence seems to be devoted around [[WellDoneSonGuy getting Billy to love him]]. Instead, Billy seems to prefer to attack has a severe case of arachnaphobia and attacks Jeff on sight.



* Several of the characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'' are considered Woobies. Some fans feel bad for Mr. Grumpy, though he doesn't get it as bad as the latter characters. Mr. Quiet and Miss Calamity due that they get bad luck. Mr. Bump due that he always get hurt, and even Mr. Happy from some of the fans. Whenever he feels sadness, anger, anxiety, etc, he hides it behind a smile so other people will still be happy, making him suffer in silence the most out of anyone in the show, without most of the Mr./Misses knowing.

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* Several of the characters from ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'' are considered Woobies. Some fans feel bad for Mr. Grumpy, though he doesn't get it as bad as the latter characters. Mr. Quiet and Miss Calamity due that they get bad luck.luck (Mr. Quiet especially because he just happens to live next door to Mr. Loud). Mr. Bump due that he always get hurt, Mr. Persnickety/Fussy due to always being scapegoated and living in a duplex with Mr. Messy, and even Mr. Happy from some of the fans. Whenever he feels sadness, anger, anxiety, etc, he hides it behind a smile so other people will still be happy, making him suffer in silence the most out of anyone in the show, without most of the Mr./Misses knowing.
22nd Apr '16 2:13:09 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Another villain example: Dr. Doofenshmirtz whenever he gives a backstory. I mean, [[RuleOfFunny his parents didn't even attend]] his own ''[[BeyondTheImpossible birth]].'' It helps that the reason they never came to his birth was because they just didn't even bother
** What about poor Carl? He works hard as an unpayed intern for a boss who pretty much blames him for everything. The thirds season seems to play up his Woobie status by having him get captured while in a squirrel suit, having his relationship with Monogram (his boss), strained in an upcoming episode, "Minor Monogram", and even having him turn horribly evil in the season finale cliffhanger episode "World Without A Platypus". Throw in the fact that he's an adorable geek, you cannot POSSIBLY get any more Woobie than Carl.

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** Another villain example: Dr. Doofenshmirtz whenever he gives a backstory. I mean, [[RuleOfFunny his His parents didn't even attend]] his own ''[[BeyondTheImpossible birth]].'' It helps that the reason they never came to his birth was because they just didn't even bother
** What about poor Carl? He Poor Carl; he works hard as an unpayed intern for a boss who pretty much blames him for everything. The thirds season seems to play up his Woobie status by having him get captured while in a squirrel suit, having his relationship with Monogram (his boss), strained in an upcoming episode, "Minor Monogram", and even having him turn horribly evil in the season finale cliffhanger episode "World Without A Platypus". Throw in the fact that he's an adorable geek, you cannot POSSIBLY get any more Woobie than Carl.
29th Mar '16 1:20:09 AM StFan
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29th Mar '16 1:19:05 AM StFan
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%% ** The 90's ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' series gives everyone their woobie moments, but after "Bloodlines," Nightcrawler takes the cake.
%% ** Wasn't Jubilee the most classic woobie example of the 90s X-Men from beginning to end though? Nightcrawler always handled his sorrow stoically.

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%% ** The 90's ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' series gives everyone their woobie moments, but after "Bloodlines," Nightcrawler takes the cake.
%% ** Wasn't Jubilee the most classic woobie example of the 90s X-Men '90s ''X-Men'' from beginning to end though? Nightcrawler always handled his sorrow stoically.



%% ** In ''WesternAnimation/{{Wolverine and the X-Men}}'' Forge and Toad pretty much serve no other purpose to their teams other than to stand there and be adorable Woobies. Although [[spoiler: the amnesiac Jean Grey]] has her moments.

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%% ** In ''WesternAnimation/{{Wolverine and the X-Men}}'' ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' Forge and Toad pretty much serve no other purpose to their teams other than to stand there and be adorable Woobies. Although [[spoiler: the amnesiac Jean Grey]] has her moments.
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