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->You would not ''believe'' what I've been through ''tonight''!
-->-- '''Mr. Potato Head''', ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' [[note]]after having used a tortilla for a temporary body, having this tortilla get ripped apart by a pigeon, and having to attach himself to a cucumber body, before finding his potato body.[[/note]]

* ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'':
** Cogsworth regularly suffers comic incidents. This is especially evident in the UpdatedRerelease, where his entire role in the added musical number seems to consist of nothing but him being picked on.
** Gaston's [[BumblingSidekick loyal sidekick]] Lefou. Gaston uses him as a punching bag ever so often. Lefou even means "the daft," "the crazy", "the demented" or "the fool", so it's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]].
* ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'':
** Sid. The Majority of his problems are self-imposed, either through not being properly careful, or through having delusions of grandeur.
** Scrat. Nothing ever goes the poor guy's way. He exists only for the purpose of being a butt-monkey -- er, squirrel. Thing. Butt-Saber-Toothed-Squirrel.
** Louis
* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'': [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructs this trope]]. For most of the film, Po is always getting slapped around by fate and other characters. And sure, it's funny, but since he's the protagonist, we get to see what it's like form his point of view, even before he says this: "I stayed because every time you threw a brick at my head, or said I smelled, it hurt -- but it could never hurt more than every day of my life just being ''me''!" Then it's {{subverted}} in the sense that fate has actually been guiding him just in the right direction.
* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'': Ice Cream Man. Doesn't possess the luck to get through his ice cream without losing it.
* ''The Lion King'' movies:
** ''Disney/TheLionKing'':
*** Banzai, who gets claw-marks and thorns in his butt.
*** [[Creator/RowanAtkinson Zazu]] who starts out as Mufasa's PR guy and constantly finds himself at the butt of Simba's antics. After Scar takes over, he is reduced to being in a cage and is almost eaten by the hyenas on several occasions.
** ''Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride:'' Nuka arguably qualifies. Scrawny, neurotic, and high-strung, with barely any mane on his neck, he's TheUnfavorite of Zira's children. As a result, he is subject to constant abuse from his mother, both physical and emotional, and his siblings make no effort to stand up for him. Despite this, (or perhaps ''because'' of this) he constantly tries to gain his mother's approval, [[spoiler: and it ends up killing him. Only ''then'' does she [[WhatHaveIDone come to her senses]].]]
* ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'': Cruella often treats Horace and Jasper this way. Also, Jasper treats Horace like this, too.
* ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}'':
** Percy the pug. He's quite frequently tripping, falling from high heights, or smashing into things, all because he happens to be the [[DesignatedVillain villain's dog]] [[spoiler: at least before he switches owners]]. However, no one likes torturing him more than Meeko the raccoon. Whenever Percy has the chance to eat something, Meeko is always there to snatch it away from him. On one occasion, after he hordes a pile of bones intended for the two of them to share, Meeko [[ThrowTheDogABone offers a single bone to Percy.]] Then he breaks it and offers him a ''smaller'' piece, before finally [[YankTheDogsChain eating it just as Percy was about to grab it]]. What a bastard.
** Flit, who despite his caution and practical edge. He is often comically abused by Meeko, almost ''drowns'', and John Smith later catches him in a cookie, which was virtually inescapable for him.
** Thomas throughout 3/4 of the movie--he nearly drowns, is clumsy, can't shoot and is manipulated by Ratcliffe. Even when he thinks he's doing right by [[spoiler:shooting Kocoum to save John's life]], he only manages to make things worse.
* Rodney Dangerfield. He says so himself: "[[CatchPhrase I get no respect. No respect at all]]." It's even the tagline of the ''Rover Dangerfield'' movie poster. "The dog who gets no respect."
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh'': [[TheKlutz Jeremy]] Even sweet Mrs Brisby wants a restraining order from him.
* ''Animation/TheSnowQueen2012'': Orm is this. When he tries to reject his duty to the Snow Queen and save Gerda, she calls him a coward.
* ''Animation/SonOfTheWhiteHorse'': If someone's to be humiliated, it'll be Kőmorzsoló.
* WesternAnimation/SouthPark: Six words: "Oh my g-d! They killed Kenny!"
* ''TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'': Beast Boy, he's constantly punched and beaten. Most of it comes from Raven, from beginning to end.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/WallE WALL•E]]'':
** M-O, unintentionally caused by WALL•E.
** WALL•E himself could count as well, as he gets blasted at, crashed into, broken, and tossed into walls regularly.
** BURN-E. He's just trying to do his job and fix the ship, but the events of the film keep causing chaos for him.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheWild'': The slightly oddball koala Nigel (voiced by EddieIzzard). Nigel never gets any respect and gets made fun by some of the animals at the zoo because he's a cute, furry koala bear. This is mainly because of a doll of him that is sold in the zoo shop and says "I'm so cuddly I like you!" when someone pulls his string.
* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'':
** Finnick doesn't get his ass beaten all the time, but he is pretty much humiliated by pretending to be a baby and having everyone actually fall for it, which it's implied he doesn't really like. Even Nick teases him about it (though he does get him back for it later on in the movie).
** [[SlapstickKnowsNoGender Judy]] also gets mocked when she gets buried in sand, lands sunny-side-down in mud, slides into frigid water, falls into a toilet, and accidentally walks onto wet cement. That said, the times she actually gets hurt are ''not'' PlayedForLaughs.