History Woobie / WesternAnimation

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.
18th Mar '16 9:02:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''AceLightning'' - the title character has his moments (what with discovering he's really a videogame character and everything he thought was real is nothing more than an elaborate plaything for kids, you can't blame him), as does his human "sidekick", Mark.

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* ''AceLightning'' ''Series/AceLightning'' - the title character has his moments (what with discovering he's really a videogame character and everything he thought was real is nothing more than an elaborate plaything for kids, you can't blame him), as does his human "sidekick", Mark.
9th Mar '16 9:51:32 AM Hossmeister
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* Rose from ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' is probably the closest thing to a Woobie in the series. She was kidnapped at birth by the Huntsclan because she was born with a birthmark that makes her a born slayer, was told by the Huntsclan that her parents died and that they adopted her, all while being brainwashed into believing that magical creatures are "sick and nasty". [[LoveRedeems Fortunately, Jake enters her life]].

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* Rose from ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' is probably the closest thing to a Woobie in the series. She was kidnapped at birth by the Huntsclan because she was born with a birthmark that makes her a born slayer, was told by the Huntsclan that her parents died and that they adopted her, all while being brainwashed into believing that magical creatures are "sick and nasty". [[LoveRedeems Fortunately, Jake enters her life]].
4th Mar '16 9:35:46 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 be 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 be 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).
4th Mar '16 9:33:39 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 be 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).
20th Feb '16 11:57:24 AM CanzetTheCoyote
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*Flash The Wonder Dog from ChipAndDaleRescueRangers. He may be a oneshot character but he most definitely deserves a big hug. Basically, Flash is a LovableCoward and NervousWreck of an actor who is framed of several crimes by Fat Cat all because he's a dog. Worse yet, there is a scene where people try to chase him off because they think he's the one who committed a wave of crimes. On top of all this, he feels very guilty over breaking Dale's heart with the fact that he's just an actor and not actually a hero.
4th Feb '16 1:23:49 AM Koolkev
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** Poor, poor Snail. He is a snail and therefore canít travel to places quickly which is why he leaves ''days'' early just so that he can get to school or somewhere on time. In "Hurry Up, Franklin!", because the others animals were much quicker than him, none of them noticed Snail slithering on the road until Franklin, a turtle, noticed Snail crying because no one else noticed him and he wonít be able to make it to Bearís birthday party on time.

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** Poor, poor Snail. He is a snail and therefore canít travel to places quickly which is why he leaves ''days'' early just so that he can get to school or somewhere on time. In "Hurry Up, Franklin!", because the others other animals were much quicker than him, none of them noticed Snail slithering on the road until Franklin, a turtle, noticed Snail crying because no one else noticed him and he wonít be able to make it to Bearís birthday party on time.
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