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* TropeNamer [[Pantheon/{{Disgraces}} Scrappy-Doo]] from ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' (pictured right) was hated by many of the show's longtime fans, with some of the [[MisBlamed hate coming from his introduction]], which happened to be timed with other major {{retool}}s to the series (specifically [[PutOnABus dumping half the original cast]], switching to a [[ThreeShorts Two Shorts]] format, and the franchise's first clumsy attempts to lose the ScoobyDooHoax), but a great deal of it also being earned by his thoroughly obnoxious behavior of vainly boasting about picking a fight with villains he couldn't hope to harm.\\
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However, despite how much Scrappy has been loathed and [[CreatorBacklash how hard the franchise has distanced themselves from the character]], at the time of his introduction, Scrappy was extremely popular. The show was already on the verge of cancellation due to low ratings, leading the writers to create the character in a last-ditch attempt to save it.[[note]] Much more information about the creation of Scrappy [[http://www.povonline.com/scrappydays/scrappy01.htm can be found here.]][[/note]] Kids loved him and the ratings sky-rocketed, leading to the various format changes that happened later to give more prominence to Scrappy.\\
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[[Film/ScoobyDoo The 2002 movie]], meanwhile, parodies this nicely: the gang are revealed to have kicked Scrappy out several years beforehand for attempting to take over Mystery Inc, going as far as leaving him in the middle of a deserted road (in the same box Scooby found him!) while they drive off. [[spoiler:He then is revealed to have been the BigBad, becomes a hulking monstrosity bent on destroying Scooby and tries to kill the main characters, even going so far as to suck the souls out of Velma, Fred and Daphne. Following his defeat, Scooby PUNCHES HIM.]] It's gotten so bad that Scrappy is [[OrwellianEditor all but edited out of any series or movies he appeared in when they're released on DVD]] – more specifically the content itself is unchanged, but the trailers, cover art, and descriptions for ''Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheGhoulSchool'', and ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo'' reduce Scrappy's presence to a bare minimum if not outright nonexistent.\\
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Cartoon Network has occasionally [[LampshadeHanging made reference]] to the character's hatedom; the oldest Shockwave game on the official site is [[http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/scooby/scrappystinks/index.html Scrappy Stinks]], having been up since at least 2000. One of their ad bumpers for their [[MilestoneCelebration 20th birthday]] has a massive pileup of the network's past and present cartoon characters preparing for a photo shoot, but just before the photo is taken, [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Jake]] extends his body to force Scrappy, who was standing right next to him, out of the frame. However, Cartoon Network's sister network [[AdoredByTheNetwork loves Scrappy]], and they constantly make him "Boomeroyalty".

** In a special featurette on the ''AlohaScoobyDoo'' DVD, the Scooby gang is interviewed. Fred mentions a sixth member of the team, but Shaggy tells him that they aren't supposed to talk about Scrappy. Of course, Fred actually meant the Mystery Machine, but still...
** Even in 2010's ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' series, Fred and Daphne come across a statue of Scrappy. Daphne attempts to ask what happened to him, only to be hushed by Fred, reminding her that [[LetUsNeverSpeakofThisAgain "we all swore to never speak of him again."]], which can be considered what happened to Scrappy to be a NoodleIncident.
*** With ''Mystery Inc.'', some argue that Velma is this due to [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in Jerkass]], becoming a ClingyJealousGirl to Shaggy, and being rather mean to the series namesake because he ''allegedly'' stole Shaggy's attention. Later episodes reined her in a little, but not enough for some detractors.
** ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo'' had an EthnicScrappy in the form of Flim-Flam. What makes this example amazing is that ''Scrappy himself was in the show'', but due to a setup that made better use of his usual antics, he became RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap. The result is that Flim-Flam became more of a Scrappy than the actual Scrappy.
** Think Scrappy's bad in the old series? Say hello to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG1wuVE3RSY Scooby-Dum]], Scooby-Doo's inbred hillbilly cousin. Feel your brain dying yet? This was a character who contributed even less than Scrappy. Scooby-Doo would literally have to drag him over to fairly obvious hiding spots and lead him away from danger on chases. He'd also get into moronic antics that made [[TheFool Scooby-Doo]], [[TheStoner Shaggy]], and Scrappy [[UpToEleven all look intelligent by comparison]]. Hell, he makes [[Franchise/StarWars Jar Jar Binks]] look like a dignified and sophisticated paragon of comedy. Thankfully, he only lasted four episodes.
** Then there was Yabba-Doo, whose cartoons completely took Shaggy and Scooby out of the equation and the only member of the cast he left us with?... Scrappy!
** ''[[Literature/WhatWereTheyThinkingThe100DumbestEventsInTelevisionHistory What Were They Thinking? The 100 Dumbest Events in Television History]]'' lists Scrappy at #7, putting him higher than the "Heidi game", ''MyMotherTheCar'', ''{{Supertrain}}'', and ''PinkLadyAndJeff'', but apparently less bad than the 1950s quiz show scandals, JerrySpringer, and ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial''.

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[[folder:''FamilyGuy'']]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', as you can see by the number of entries, is a show with very unlikable characters, at least in the audience:
** Brian turned into this for a large portion of the fanbase in later seasons, mainly because he would talk about his beliefs... [[AuthorAvatar a lot.]] In the most [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentious way possible.]] It finally reached its zenith in episodes like "Not All Dogs Go To Heaven" where his end-of-episode speeches could now [[PuritySue automatically convert]] [[MarySue anyone who listened to him.]] Luckily the writers have finally started to realize how ridiculous this was getting and have since toned Brian down a bit. Season 8 even had a TakeThatScrappy to Brian in the form of a [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech speech from Quagmire]] touching on all of the criticisms fans were making about Brian in the later seasons. Apparently even SethMacFarlane realized that people were sick of his AuthorAvatar and wanted him knocked down a few pegs. Still doesn't wipe away the memory of Brian's suck from the previous seasons.
** Even the BigBad Carter is very hated, even much more than Brian. Several fans have perceived him as a total prick even worse than Peter or Lois, unnecessarily cruel, [[JerkAss extremely unpleasant]], and [[PsychopathicManChild irritatingly childish and annoying]] in his moments, especially in later seasons. [[KarmaHoudini Makes him even more irritating the fact that he always gets away with every misdeed.]] And unlike the main characters (which are not specifically saints), he has not a FreudianExcuse nor a reason for his actions.
** Due to the massive {{Flanderization}}, Lois may replace Brian as the show's resident scrappy, since she becomes more of a {{Jerkass}} each episode. The fact that she's arguably the most consistent KarmaHoudini after Peter likely doesn't help.
** Quagmire reached these levels after his ReasonYouSuckSpeech to Brian. The writers have attempted to correct Brian's ways, while Quagmire kept getting ''worse''. It came to the point where Quagmire just ''ran over'' Brian after the loves of their lives dumped them for acting childish. Aside from his petty hatred of Brian, ever since Season 9 or so he's also been reduced to a selfish, non-empathetic, annoying sex maniac.
** Another Scrappy who's even ''related'' to Brian is his cousin, Jasper. Calling him CampGay is too liberal; instead suffice it to say that he's a rude conglomeration of almost every offensive gay stereotype ever conceived. He became even worse when the writers decided to make him a key player in an episode advocating gay rights, [[BrokenAesop in one of the most counter-effective attempts at activism ever on the show]]. This same problem occurred with Quagmire's transexual father way later on. Despite many people considering Jasper to be the homosexual equivalent of the EthnicScrappy (especially other gays), SethMacFarlane stated in an interview that Jasper was supposed to ''appeal to the gay audience''. To say that backfired is a understatement.
** Other characters that were KilledOffForReal also qualify, such as Paddy Tanniger and The Vaudeville Duo. The reason they were killed off was ''because'' they're TheScrappy. (And yet, for some reason, those annoying weight-lifting guys live on!)
** Another one is Carl, Chris's boss. He seems to exist solely for [[{{filler}} saying random things]] and adding nothing to the plot. And yet, they made him Yoda (instead of a more suitable character, like Joe or Meg) in their StarWars episodes. This is probably the reason why he's been DemotedToExtra.
** Herbert is considered this by some of the fanbase. This is probably due to the fact that he's a one-joke character and because of what he... ahem... hunts for.
** Conway - [[OverlyLongGag You Can Take A Bathroom Break Now]] Twitty. The fact that he hasn't appeared since the episode which he had a nearly three-minute long scene (in a 23 minute long ep no less) and it was rated the worst episode in the series probably states that the writers got the hint.
** [[AlphaBitch Connie D'Amico]], especially by [[UnpopularPopularCharacter Meg fans.]] She's an AlphaBitch with [[FlatCharacter absolutely no depth]] who only exists to make Meg's school life a living hell (as if there weren't enough people actively trying to destroy Meg's life).
** And of course there's Vinny, [[spoiler: who replaced Brian for a few episodes following "The Life of Brian"]]...
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[[folder:''LooneyTunes'']]
* Buddy, the studio's main character from 1933--1935. Unusually for a Scrappy, he wasn't that annoying. In fact, he wasn't really ''anything'' at all -- his problem was that he had absolutely zero personality, which was compounded by the dull, plotless cartoons that he starred in.
* A lot of people feel that Tweety deserves this title too, mostly because he was made more for cute appeal rather than humor, though he also has his fans.
** It should be noted that a lot of Tweety's unpopularity is due to Flanderization and BadassDecay under the direction of FrizFreleng, making his shorts more a VillainProtagonist series with Sylvester. The more capable, deceptively sadistic Tweety made by BobClampett (and some of Freleng's earlier works) is more popular.
* Pepe Le Pew due to how formulaic his shorts are. Also, due to ValuesDissonance, MoralGuardians are also quick to categorize the character's humor as BlackComedyRape nowadays.
* The series introduced a whole ''army'' of Scrappies in the late 1960s, when the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation original creative staff]] was dumped and Alex Lovy took over the studio. In a desperate attempt to stay in the game, Lovy created some new characters to supplant the classic line-up, and we were treated to such memorable characters as Cool Cat, Merlin the Magic Mouse, and Bunny & Claude. The new characters proved unimaginative, unfunny and unmemorable, and it was soon game over for the original ''Looney Tunes'' series. One "Cool Cat" cartoon even went to the trouble to introduce "Spooky", a seriously dull ghost character, with a mention in the opening titles. A case of hitching your wagon to a sinking ship there. By this point the few original characters still present in the shorts were considered Scrappies as well. Daffy and Speedy in particular due to personality changes and a questionable teamup of the two, though granted outside this [[DorkAge era]] they are EnsembleDarkhorse[=s=] more than anything else.
* Apparently, according to several WB sources, PorkyPig is a Scrappy to many creators and executives of the series, explaining his [[DemotedToExtra lack of spotlight]]. Director FrankTashlin in particular thought Porky was "a terrible character", and resented most of his filmography being devoted to him compared to more abrasive and flexible characters like Bugs and Daffy.
* The attempted redesign of Elmer Fudd into a taller, much fatter version of himself was so badly-received that only four cartoons were ever made with the design.
* Henery Hawk from the FoghornLeghorn cartoons is practically the UrExample of a Scrappy in as much as he even share's Scrappy Doo's personality and physical traits (Mark Evanier admitted outright he used Henery's character as a basis for Scrappy). He's a belligerent, loudmouthed little pipsqueak who picks fights with other characters many times bigger than him (the RunningGag in this case however, is that Henery is actually a PintsizedPowerhouse, just a gullible, misinformed one). It's telling that even though in the cartoon with Foghorn Leghorn first appearance, "Walky Talky Hawk" Henry was actually the star. Foghorn soon took over the series and Henry was soon dropped with only a few sporadic appearances afterward.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' is a BaseBreaker between those who think the old characters have become Scrappies and those who think the existing Scrappies (i.e. Lola) have been [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap rescued from the heap]].
*** Daffy Duck, while at first a BaseBreaker, is rapidly becoming this. He's a {{Jerkass}} of the highest order, a one-man SpotlightStealingSquad, there is virtually ''nothing'' redeeming about him, makes [[TheWoobie Porky Pig's]] life a living hell, and pretty much exists to make Bugs [[StrawLoser look better]]. Worse, the show ''goes out of its way'' to [[StaticCharacter avoid giving him]] CharacterDevelopment.
*** Lola, surprisingly, is seen as a Scrappy by fans of her original ''Film/SpaceJam'' incarnation feeling she was reduced from a tomboyish sporty character into TheDitz. It doesn't help that many fans also find her stalkerish tendencies towards Bugs to veer between utterly annoying and downright creepy. It seems Lola has become quite the BaseBreaker regarding whether or not she's a Scrappy in either incarnation.
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[[folder:''MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'']]
* Angel Bunny, ostensibly [[ShrinkingViolet Fluttershy's]] pet rabbit, is despised by much of the fandom for being an ungrateful abusive {{jerkass}} to his (normally-)sweet caretaker. This reached a peak in the episode "Putting Your Hoof Down" – [[NeverLiveItDown his behavior in that episode was seen as so loathsome,]] even by his standards (read: ''kicking Fluttershy out of her own home'' because she couldn't get a cherry to top the absurdly complicated dish he demanded, a dish that ''she otherwise made perfectly'').
** The writers may be aware that they took Angel too far, because he's been toned down quite a lot since "Hurricane Fluttershy". He was still a jerk in Season 3's "Just For Sidekicks", but had enough empathy and self-control to ''not'' sell out Spike when he could have.
* [[AlphaBitch Diamond Tiara]] is also disliked by the fandom because she takes pleasure in bullying and berating the Cutie Mark Crusaders. The hatred of her increased when she TookALevelInJerkass in the Season 2 episode "Ponyville Confidental", when she forces the Cutie Mark Crusaders to continue the gossip column by blackmailing them, also showing no concern for their feelings or those of the town. [[IntendedAudienceReaction Although she is supposed to be disliked by the fandom]], many fans actually want her ''dead''. The staff weren’t intending on having her hated to the point of the fans wishing death on her. She is also disliked for taking ''another'' level in jerkass in Season 3's "One Bad Apple", when Babs Seed joins her group and she and Silver Spoon go along with the mean-spirited pranks Babs pulls, because although D.T. only bullies by making snide comments, her bullying, along with Babs's, was meant to be a lot worse this time. She and Silver Spoon continue to be bullies in Season 4, but having noticed that "blank flank" is not enough of a FantasticSlur they resort to mocking Scootaloo's troubles with flying (which fans have compared to mocking a kid in a wheelchair). Unlike many of examples of AlphaBitch, Diamond Tiara has ''no'' FreudianExcuse (she comes from a loving, if insanely rich, family) and every episode she has a major part in just sees her taking her bullying to a new low.
** Silver Spoon the BetaBitch willingly participates in every act of bullying that Diamond Tiara does, earning her some ire from the fanbase as well. The only thing keeping from being hated as much as Diamond Tiara is her brief [[PetTheDog pet the dog moment]] in one episode of season 2.
* Probably the first character to be widely hated was Gilda the Griffon. 3+ years after her first (and so far only) appearance, [[NeverLiveItDown many people – mainly Fluttershy fans STILL refuse to forgive her behaviour]]. This despite that fact that Gilda caused much less trouble than other more popular antagonists. She was also rather poorly-written (at least in the context of this show); her dialogue was meant to sound cool, but many fans found it forced and awkward.
** It also may not have helped that immediately after Gilda's episode, the series introduced the [[EnsembleDarkhorse phenomenally-popular antagonist Trixie]].
* [[PrinceCharmless Prince Blueblood]] is possibly the most widely disliked character on the show, regularly appearing at the very bottom of popularity polls (only Diamond Tiara, below, comes close among ponies). He shares Gilda's plight (after we witness all of Rarity's high hopes about him, he turns out to be a [[{{Pun}} horse's rear end]]), minus almost any possibility for sympathy. Admittedly this was the point, but his treatment of Rarity, coupled with his ultra-snooty voice, made him a hate-magnet.
* Since the show has picked up a notoriously large male PeripheryDemographic, Snips and Snails gained a lot of ire early on for being the [[TheOneGuy main representation of males]] in [[LadyLand Ponyville]]. The fact that they're considered unattractive, dopey, and obnoxious didn't sit well with a crowd of men more educated than the show's intended audience – effectively, they're the gendered version of an EthnicScrappy. Later episodes helped tone this down as Snips and Snails appeared less often while other much nicer male characters like [[TagalongKid Spike]], [[EnsembleDarkhorse Big Macintosh]], [[ParentalSubstitute Carrot]] [[BenevolentBoss Cake]] and [[BigBrotherMentor Shining Armor]] got more focus. By the second and third seasons, their appearances were limited enough that their Scrappy status dwindled considerably, and their roles in episodes like "Magic Duel" (wherein they get tortured over the course of the episode by fan-favorite character The Great And Powerful Trixie) were clearly to those episodes' benefit. Not helping their case are their [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls Equestria Girls]] counterparts, who are more malicious and help Sunset Shimmer with every scheme, including helping her round-up all of the brainwashed to send into Equestria as her army.
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[[folder:''SouthPark'']]
* Wendy Testaburger is quite often seen as a Scrappy by certain groups of fans. Some loathe her due to her personality and characterization (that may range from simply SoapboxSadie to outright StrawFeminist depending on how good or bad Matt and Trey want to portray her), some simply hate her for what she did to Ms. Ellen in one of the show's early displays of KickTheDog, and some just hate her for being with Stan (then breaking up with him, then getting back with him). In later seasons, her character has been diluted somewhat and put OutOfFocus. While this obviously eliminates some of her negative aspects, it means she isn't exactly an interesting character either.
* A large portion of the fanbase view Mr. Garrison as the Scrappy. While at times he could be rather [[ActuallyPrettyFunny hilarious]], the writers seemed to be heaping more and more unlikable traits onto him. The tipping point is when he became transgendered, and it was the most ''unsympathetic'' sex change ever in WesternAnimation. The writers then can't decide whether he likes men or women, even having him become a 'lesbian' (which, as FridgeLogic dictates, somehow he always had an attraction to women...which from the early seasons is [[RetCon non-existant]]).
* Mr. Hankey, The Christmas Poo — first appearing in Season 1's Christmas Episode—was originally intended to be an EnsembleDarkhorse BreakoutCharacter à la Slimer (although... see above for the results of that one), and was heavily marketed and designed to be quite MerchandiseDriven. However, his shrill annoying voice, general lack of personality, and role as a pointless gross-out prop led to unpopularity with fans. He has been entirely phased out of later seasons (he only appeared once in a "Hey, remember me?" kind of gag).
* Towelie, not only in-universe, but in real life. The episode "A Million Little Fibers" didn't exactly help due to being boring. He was acknowledged as "the worst character ever" in his first appearance... and then they kept using him.
* [[AbusiveParents Butters' parents]] are hated because they always ground him for no good reason, occasionally beat him, tried to sell him to Paris Hilton, and seem to punish him just for existing.
* [[DirtyCop Sergeant Harrison Yates]] is loathed intensely for 5 reasons: 1. He's the ReplacementScrappy for Officer Barbrady. 2. He's incredibly stupid and inept, even more so than Officer Barbrady. 3. He's incredibly bigoted. 4. He hates children, especially Kyle. 5. [[TheGenericGuy He's really just not funny or entertaining to watch,]] and feels more like a critique of the police more than an actual character.
* Nearly all of the adults except for Chef and Liane Cartman, DependingOnTheWriter. That includes both of Stan's parents, both of Kyle's parents, and Principal Victoria. Randy in particular (Stan's dad) tends to steal the spotlight for unfunny plotlines quite often.
* In some parts of the fanbase, ''any'' of the fourth-grade girls can be treated as Scrappies for being superficial and cruel, obnoxious, or for "getting in the way" of fans' favorite pairings. The hated girls can range from one-shots like Rebecca Cotswolds and Kelly (for their connections to Kyle and Kenny), to semi-occuring ones like Heidi Turner (whose only yet notable offense was being a spoiled brat to Butters and making him cry, despite the scene establishing her and the other girls as among very few characters that [[JerkassRealization feel bad for mistreating him]] and [[ThrowTheDogABone make amends]]).
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[[folder:''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'']]
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'':
** We have Vernon, a whiny [[TheLoad load]] who pretty much existed to make April [[StrawLoser look better]].
** Also Burne, April's boss for being a ''massively'' unsympathetic {{jerkass}}. Made worse by the fact that he was PutOnABus by the time he could finally be useful to the plot.
** Lord Dregg is this to some, simply for [[ReplacementScrappy replacing Shredder and Krang.]]
** Carter from the same season, for being a blatant PositiveDiscrimination CanonSue and outshining the turtles. Carter has a ''few'' fans, but most of them agree that he doesn't really belong on a show like TMNT.
** Howie, a character who was ''so hated'', he was written out after just two episodes.
** [[TagalongKid Zack]] for being a KidAppealCharacter in a show that clearly didn't need one.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'':
** While the ''Fast Forward'' season was maligned for many reasons, a substantial amount of the blame is still heaped upon Cody Jones, the descendent of Casey Jones and April O-Neil. While insofar as that he doesn't sound too bad on paper, in practice he was basically TheLoad added to the existing team dynamic of the turtles and Splinter that had been successful as it was for two decades of stories, with most of the ''Fast Forward'' episodes based around him being a turtles fanboy and his uncle conspiring against him just because of a corporate grudge. Though later in the season he did finally become competent and did win some fans, but other people started having the opposite complaints- Cody became the one who ended up saving the day more often then not (especially in "Day Of Awakening") which got him labelled as a MarySue to some extent.
** Out of the 4 turtles, Leonardo is the only one who has a noticeable amount of hate particularly from the Raphael fanbase due to 2 infamous Leonardo scenes. The first was in the 2003 episode "The Ancient One" where Leo injures Splinter in a fit of rage. The fact that anger is often Raphael's downfall but helped Leonardo win a sparring match with his master rubbed many Raphael fans the wrong way. The second occasion is in the 2007 movie where upon finding out that Raphael and the Nightwatcher are both the same person, Leonardo tells him that he's not ready to go solo due to his lack of patience and bad temper. Pretty reasonable until Leonardo spits out the words: "'''More importantly, I'm better than you.'''"
*** Leonardo's status may also be assisted slightly by his recurring portrayal as the StandardizedLeader in the franchise. The other three turtles get their share of criticism, but unique personality and charisma at least helps garner a specific audience to fall back on, while Leonardo is often considered the typical straight faced "boring" one of the group.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'':
** The 2012 series seems to be trying to rectify this by giving Leonardo more quirky characteristics (one such example is being a fan of a series called "Space Heroes") and struggling with leading his brothers because he only recently started leading them.
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[[folder:Other animated series]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers'' had a couple.
** First was Buzzwang, a KidAppealCharacter android who desperately wanted to be a Ranger, but was just [[TheLoad a clueless idiot]] and kept getting into stupid situations; that he seemed to be obviously patterned after C-3P0 from StarWars didn't help (although even at his worst Buzzwang wasn't half as annoying as some of the other characters listed here). At a GR marathon with story editor/writer Chris Rowley, he heckled the screen.
-->'''Rowley:''' Oh, Buzzwang. We wanted to kill him ''so'' badly.\\
'''Everyone else in the theater:''' So did ''we!''
** Another were the Kiwi Kids. Take Spridle from ''Anime/SpeedRacer'' and multiply by three. It didn't help that Corrine Orr was ''using'' variants of her Spridle voice for all three, either.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
** He is more of a BaseBreaker, but the Earl of Lemongrab certainly has a hatedom. It stems from his ItsAllAboutMe attitude, being an EntitledBastard, his annoying, irritating voice and the fact he screams most of his lines like that; and his tendency to adhere to [[NeverMyFault blame anyone except him]]. And as if he wasn't enough of a jerk, he became even more of a jerk in "Too Old". Then there's his brother/clone, Lemongrab 2, who's just as obnoxious as him, at least until "Too Old", where he [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap was much kinder in comparison to Lemongrab]]. It's a shame that [[AlasPoorScrappy Lemongrab 2 was eaten by his brother]].
** [[BastardBoyfriend Ash]]. He is intensely hated, especially by Marceline fans.
** Princess Bubblegum can be seen as a BaseBreaker, but most fans agree that her actions become less moral as the series goes on. This doesn't even go into her [[{{Jerkass}} jerkassery]] in the episode "Wizards Only, Fools." Not to mention ''ruining Tree Trunks' wedding day'' and locking her and all the guests up in "Apple Wedding".
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has Reginald the Koala. He's obnoxious and he's written like a bad MartyStu-eqsue fan-character. It's hard to find anyone who is actually a fan of the character, yet the writers haven't taken the hint. He also got a ''completely pointless'' StoryArc (in a show that usually goes out of its way to avoid these) where he tried to hook up with an incredibly out-of-character Hayley, which fans thought was a total waste of time. Reginald was okay for his first appearance in that he was just another of the show's random non-sequitur minor characters that pop up each episode. Plus he was a voiced by an actor who had a cooler, baritone voice that unfortunately was [[TheOtherDarrin replaced by a more high and nasal sounding one]] in his next appearance.
** Jeff, aka Hayley's on and off again boyfriend and then husband. He's a lazy stoner who has never amounted to anything in his life and likely never will.
** Roger is this to the people who don't think he's funny (or used to think he was funny in the first few seasons but not anymore). He rarely gets any [[KarmaHoudini comeuppance]] anymore. He always does horrible things and while at first it was explained that it was in his species nature but the show probably runs on NegativeContinuity or at least has some {{Retcon}}. [[BaseBreaker Some might also find his constant disguises and personas to be a bit tired and stupid.]] In "The Longest Distance Relationship" has Roger ruin Hayley's life yet again and it's almost starting to feel that she's becoming TheWoobie because of this.
** Hayley. She's pretty much a lazy drug user who bites the hand that feeds her non-stop (Aka Stan) who spends 98% of her dialogue whining and complaining about laws, conservatives, Stan, most things Stan believes and so forth and constantly dumping and getting back together with Jeff until they got married. Her SoapboxSadie hypocrisy was intended to make her a NotSoDifferent rival for Stan, however since only he is usually the subject of Aesops and comeuppances (see above) she exists more as a RightlySelfRighteous KarmaHoudini with none of Stan's acts of humility or pathos.
** Stan also gets this due to his AesopAmnesia and how his stupidity harms his family members almost every other episode.
** Steve. He's pretty much a stereotypical horny teenage virgin nerd, whose {{Flanderization}} in the last season has him often acting like an obnoxious brat to his parents. His behavior in "News Glance with Genevieve Vavance" doesn't help.
** Debbie. She was originally pretty popular for being a quirky goth and very different from all the love interests Steve has ever had. The problem was, every episode about her after her introduction was them repeatedly breaking up for whatever reason. Coupled with her miniscule developent, she became a source of annoyance with many.
* Nanette Namoir from ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' is an invoked example - Angela never misses an opportunity to point out how much she hates Nanette, and in practically every episode, there's an extended ImagineSpot where Nanette gets elaborately humiliated. And in an active defiance of DesignatedVillain, Angela's hatred is completely and utterly justified - Nanette is a [[ManipulativeBastard manipulative]], [[ItsAllAboutMe selfish]], [[FrenchJerk 'fake-French']] and [[AlphaBitch downright nasty]] RichBitch who happily goes out of her way to make Angela's life worse. Nanette's GirlPosse, January and Karlene, also get this treatment to a much lesser extent, since they just follow whoever's popular rather than being outright malevolent like Nanette.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'':
** It had the Hip Hippos. The Hip Hippos are a pair of very ''urbane'' well... hippos speaking with rather obnoxious faux-Barcelona accents (does not help they tend to talk in nearly histrionic tones). Their main shtick is pretty much "Hippos live upper class life, clueless zoologist tries to trick them into moving back to the wild". Only a few shorts that starred them were made before the production team realized how unpopular they were and relegated them to side characters.
** The same thing happened to Katie Ka-Boom, though this may have had more to do with the writers realizing she lacked potential as a character. The few shorts featuring her are so formulaic that they're almost indistinguishable.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'': The show's resident ButtMonkey Cyril, who the majority thinks deserves it. He's rather bland compared to other characters, has not a lot of skill [[BobFromAccounting outside of his field]] (or [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy a lack of aiming skills for that matter]]), and is the cause of many WhatAnIdiot moments.
* D.W. Read from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' is disliked by the fandom because [[KarmaHoudini she gets little to no punishment for her actions]]. She also behaves like a bratty child even considering her age, and she usually acts as though she is superior to others.
** Kate and Pal also qualify, mostly due to them starring in episodes that feature them ''talking'' to one another a la ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. Note that they do '''not''' do this in other episodes of the series and pratically never interact (IE: speak) to any of the older characters in the series. Many fans find these episodes a far-too-jarring shift from the usual formula of the series and wish that Kate and Pal never spoke in the first place.
** Muffy and her father Ed Crosswire tend to receive a lot of hate as well.
** What about Ladonna and her little brother from Season 16? As if the new, cheap animation wasn't bad enough, PBS added two annoying, pointless characters to show us that they're in charge.
** The Tibble Twins are not very well liked, due to the fact that they are both very bratty and dimwitted, and very rarely get punished for their actions. While they may have a FreudianExcuse (their parents aren't around, so they are taken care of by their grandmother, who seems to spoil them), that doesn't excuse the fact that they misbehave so much, the make D.W. look like a saint in comparison. Also, they've become [[CreatorsPet incredibly overexposed]] over the years.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfBatman'' had Bat-Mite.
** This was sent up in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' by having Batman be constantly annoyed by him. ''Brave and the Bold'' also rescued him from the heap by turning him into a FourthWallObserver who goes to comic conventions and references the existence of multiple Batman cartoons.
** In the series finale, Bat-Mite is [[NoFourthWall messing with the show in an attempt to get it cancelled]]. He deliberately adds in an annoying character the fans will hate. At first it appears to be Ace the Bat-Hound, but it turns out to be his nephew Punchy, an obvious Scrappy {{expy}}.
* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'': Despite having not done much of anything, good or bad, Julie has become the fandom's Scrappy surprisingly fast. She's the Scrappy because by many [[DieForOurShip she's seen as a barrier in the path of]] the [[FanPreferredCouple fan preferred]] Gwen/Ben, or for the HoYayShipping fans, Kevin/Ben. She got RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap around season 2, though.
** A lot of hate comes from the fact that many see her as unneeded/unwanted; had the show wanted a love interest so badly, they easily already had one in Kai Green, the Native American girl from the first series who supposedly went on to marry Ben in the Ben 10,000 future. Then again, Kai herself has her fair share of haters, considering the one episode where she appeared in the Original Show had her [[KickTheDog be interested in Ben only because she wanted to tame one of his forms as a pet]]. When ''Omniverse'''s writers had Julie break up with Ben and brought back Kai, the reaction was [[InternetBackdraft just as bad as it was when Julie was introduced]].
** Anodites aren't a very well received species due to what many feel are an incredibly confusing and pointless retcon [[StoryBreakerPower as well as being completely overpowered]], with the few representatives (Sunny and Verdona, though mostly Verdona for her ''admitted'' favoritism to Gwen and actually aggressively attacking her own ''grandson'') not being well-liked either.
** ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' has this trope applying to almost all background comedic characters, but [[CreatorsPet Blucik and Driba]] deserve a special mention. They have pretty much become the franchise's own Jar Jar Bink by now.
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'': While many fans of are unhappy with the [[NotAsYouKnowThem personality]] and [[YouDontLookLikeYou appearance]] changes made to the title character's supporting cast, they also tend to hate...
** Game Boy, a mid-series addition to the team who [[TheLoad rarely did anything useful]]. It didn't help that Game Boy was introduced in the most illogical way possible. Princess Lana's dad, who is trapped in another dimension, sends Game Boy to them via a warp portal that only opens once per decade. He thinks Game Boy will be able to help them in the war against Mother Brain... but by doing so, the king gives up his own chance to go through the portal, despite the fact that his return would have probably ENDED the war.
** VideoGame/MegaManClassic also because of his voice and VerbalTic, and the fact that he was ''green'' instead of blue, despite being nicknamed the '''Blue Bomber'''. This also applies to most of the robot masters, if nothing else for their ridiculous character designs, especially Cut Man, who will haunt your nightmares.
** [[IAmNotShazam "Kid Icarus"]] for his voice and VerbalTic, plus a tendency to [[NiceJobBreakingItHero screw up badly]].
* [[RomanticFalseLead William Dunbar]] from ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' tends to suffer this from many fans of the series; aside of the [[DieForOurShip obvious reason]], he has been criticized by fans as an unnecessary character who only created more tension in Ulrich's and Yumi's relationship that made it even less likely to be solved than it already was (whereas you would have expected the opposite), being an annoying StalkerWithACrush, and getting a pretty big focus through the show that would have been far better used on the protagonists, or even [[LovableAlphaBitch Sissi]]. Season 3 and 4 had him partially RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap by making him TheDragon to XANA and giving him a TearJerker moment in the finale, but he is still a largely despised character, to the point where his ''clone'' is more popular than he is.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'':
** You'll find very few fans who enjoy [[ClingyJealousGirl Li]][[{{Yandere}} zz]][[EasilyForgiven ie]] (''especially'' [[DieForOurShip shippers]]) or [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling Tommy]], though the latter case may be [[InvokedTrope intentional]].
** Numbuh 86 was this before her CharacterDevelopment.
* Here's a clever InUniverse example: In the ''WesternAnimation/CowAndChicken'' episode "Squirt the Daisies", in one of the virtual reality games that Chicken plays when the Red Guy invites him over to play some, he finds a turtle who constantly tells him the object of the game to be so annoying that he reacts, "How's about, '[[TakeThatScrappy Kick da turtle! Kick da turtle!']]"
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': The one-shot villains of the much maligned [[SeasonalRot season three]] of the series are met with general fan distaste. This is mostly due to the fact they have little depth to them, all want pretty much the same goals ([[TakeOverTheWorld WORLD DOMINATION!]]), and that the main differences between them are essentially their respective powers (IE: Undergrowth controls plants, Vortex controls the weather, etc.) Several fans hate Vortex in particular simply because his voice is so annoying. Admittedly though, their motivations are different, Nocturne wants to feed of dream energy to increase his power and Undergrowth is essentially a ghostly ecoterrorist that thinks that the best way to protect the environment is to turn mankind (who he refers to as "a weed in the garden of life") into fertilizer.
** Some fans consider [[OppositeSexClone Danielle "Dani" Phantom]] as one due to being a female version of the title character. There are some who think otherwise, so she is more of a BaseBreaker.
** [[BrokenBase Depending on where you stand in the fandom]], Danny's two best friends, Sam Manson and Tucker Foley, fit this as well, possibly more than Danielle. The former is [[CreatorsPet loved by Butch Hartman]] and admittedly does have a fanbase but despised by many due to being a {{Hypocrite}}, [[SoapboxSadie preachy about her beliefs]], and her [[StrangledByTheRedString forced romance with the main hero]]. The latter is a self desribed Techno geek who continuously flirts with every girl he finds and is the self appointed comic relief, but most of his jokes aren't very funny and his antics are more annoying. The one thing the two share is a complete lack of meaningful CharacterDevelopment.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' is a rather interesting case. Due to ShipToShipCombat, Tom wound up going from being one of the most loved characters in the series to the most hated. But in later years, Tom has actually been given a much nicer treatment... since you can't swing a cat without hitting a couple Tom-bashing fanfics or fanfics where Tom's existence is flat-out denied in favour of Daria x Jane or even weirder pairings like Daria x Mr. [=DeMartino=].
* Due to abandoning Superman in his time of need by willing to let Supergirl die in the series finale of ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' and then using Superman's rightful anger at him for stabbing him in the back as an excuse for a FaceHeelTurn in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'', Professor Emil Hamilton is very much hated in the [[WesternAnimation/DCAnimatedUniverse DCAU]] fandom.
* Zuffy, the SmallAnnoyingCreature from ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth''.
* During season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'', in a parody of ''Film/{{Hostel}}'', they show a gag of Scrappy being tortured, his intestines being ripped out and put on a scale, much to the delight of many fans who hated said character.
* ''TheDreamstone'':
** Spildit is whiny, annoying, bratty, and only seems to have been introduced because [[ExecutiveMeddling they felt they had to]]. Double Scrappy points for being [[ChasteToons the 'niece']] of one of the main characters.
** There's also Wildit, who was not part of Mike Jupp's original character designs and was [[TheAce far too good at everything]], being the main reason the bad guys lost in the vast majority of episodes she appeared, and thus demoting the Noops to incompetent {{Tagalong Kid}}s, particularly in the early seasons.
** The rest of the hero ensemble (particularly Rufus and Amberley) tend to go in and out with fans, largely due to contributing far less to the show's slapstick than the more colorful Urpneys and their [[UnscrupulousHero occasionally gratuitous treatment]] towards [[DesignatedVillain Sgt. Blob and his goons]], along with a tall order case of TastesLikeDiabetes throughout, though probably lean more as {{Base Breaker}}s. For what it's worth the show did try to tone down all of these problems for the last third or so.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ducktales}}'':
** It can be argued that Webby is a BaseBreaker at least, being essentially the female edition of the duck triplets. Probably classes as AnnoyingYoungerSibling, but she did have quite a few SugarWiki/AwesomeMoments to neutralize some of her TastesLikeDiabetes moments. It could have to do with the fact that she's a PuritySue mixed with a DamselScrappy. She often got in trouble or captured, forcing everyone else to drop everything so they could come to her aid. When that wasn't the case, whenever she was directly involved in an episode's story she'd almost ''always'' be the one to save the day, often making the other characters look completely incompetent by comparison (for example, one episode has her pulling a BigDamnHeroes and saving Launchpad from drowning since he doesn't know how to swim... ''EVEN THOUGH SEVERAL EPISODES BEFORE THIS HAVE HAD THE GANG GO UNDERWATER AND HAVE SHOWED HIM SWIMMING JUST FINE'').
** Bubba is a much better example, since his appearance is officially when the show had [[JumpingTheShark jumped the shark]]. This is so bad that he was PutOnABus shortly after starring in a few episodes.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'':
** Sarah certainly falls under this. She's an annoying [[BrattyHalfPint brat of a child]] who pretty much does ''nothing'' but act bossy towards the other characters (Including her MoralityPet, [[AmbiguouslyGay Jimmy]]), is loud and obnoxious, and pretty much ABUSES Ed (who, for the most part, is ''unbelievably'' nice/loyal to her... when he's not fearing her) both physically and verbally while being a KarmaHoudini (IE: "Ed, you have to do as I say no matter what, or I'll tell Mom!").
** Kevin is also hated for being a massive {{Jerkass}} towards the Eds even when they don't do anything to him. Granted, he had good reasons to hate the Eds, but some of his actions were inexcusable.
** Jimmy isn't well-liked by the fans either. He's probably the second most disliked character behind Sarah. Most of the stems from him being "weak" and "girly" and crying a lot. Fans have even accused him of being homosexual, when [[CampStraight that's not the case.]] Plus, he gets a lot of backlash from the episode "If It Smells Like An Ed" because he was the main antagonist of it. The episode has aired 10+ years ago, and it is what fans [[NeverLiveItDown best remember him for,]] despite it being the only occurrence of it and the fact that everything was PlayedForLaughs.
** Out of the Kankers, Lee. [[EnsembleDarkHorse Marie]] is considered intriguing and good looking, May has HiddenDepths and the most sympathetic personality. Lee, on the other hand, is seen as obnoxious ''and'' unattractive so she's the one who gets the most hate.
* ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'': Even before he appeared, Sparky was one. After his first episode he became immediately despised for his reckless, irresponsible, clueless, selfish, and downright obnoxious behavior. He destroyed most of Dimmsdale, made Cosmo stupider, almost flooded Dimmsdale [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and just about as Timmy was about to give him back for his behavior, he saw a video of Sparky thanking him for doing stuff most people do with their dogs and saying he's the best owner ever despite Timmy insulting him (something none of his past owners did)]]. Making him a CreatorsPet (no pun intended). If Sparky had existed before that trope was created and character named tropes became frowned upon, some people think it might have been named after him.
** There's also Vicky, who is nothing but a cruel, sadistic, bitch with a black hole for a heart(literally). Her whole existence is to make Timmy's life hell, which is the reason why he has fairy godparents. Unlike other antagonists like Crocker and Foop, who have more character and humorous appeal, Vicky is nothing but evil with no other redeeming qualities.
** As the series has undergone an undeniable SeasonalRot, {{Flanderization}} has taken effect, elevating some characters into shameful charicatures of their former selves. While some people find Crocker's repetitive schemes mildly funny, there are those who see the character as a loud and annoying shell of a man instead of the JerkassWoobie he used to be. [[SmallAnnoyingCreature Poof]] has gotten a lot of hate as well, as some fans argue that the show's downhill spiral happened near his introduction. In fact, even Timmy himself has [[TookALevelInJerkass Taken a Level in Jerkass]].
** It's also worth mentioning the progressiveness of Cosmo's IdiotHero status. Think he can't get any stupider? Think his voice can't get any goddamn higher? Well guess again!
* Even though he was voiced by the great Harvey Korman, The Great Gazoo from ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' has to warrant a mention.
* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'':
** By far the most hated character to ever enter the show was [[KarmaHoudini Bendy]]. He pretty much fools Herriman and Frankie into believing and loving him while he does terrible things around the house and ends up getting Bloo screwed over for it. Bloo, being not very bright, decides to trap Bendy in a situation where they would have to acknowledge that Bendy was guilty of something wrong only to end up screwing himself into destroying most of the house while "Bendy took a cookie." Most fans see this as a bit ridiculous after Bendy gets away with everything. His episode got such a negative reaction from fans that Creator/LaurenFaust publicly apologized for writing it.
** There's also Goofball John Mcgee, who is hated by a large number of fans because he acted like a DiabolusExMachina for Frankie.
** Dutchess gets her share of hate for her {{jerkass}} personality and horrible appearance. She's even a scrappy InUniverse by the other residents of Fosters.
** Cheese became a BaseBreaker upon subsequent appearances for viewers who found him one-dimensional and all too likely [[SpannerInTheWorks to screw things up for everyone else]].
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
** Mr. Wong. Sexist, stupid, and demeaning to everyone, he's earned a lot of haters who wished he died in Into the Wild Green Yonder. And given that sexism and possessive behavior towards one's children are Chinese stereotypes, he might even qualify as an EthnicScrappy.
** The "Susan" butt boil is quickly getting a lot of this for various reasons, such as it being an already outdated joke in an already topical-heavy episode, and for just having a really annoying voice.
** Zoidberg seems to be the in-universe Scrappy to the other characters as [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg he is positively disliked or treated with apathy]] by everyone (bar Fry), [[UnpopularPopularCharacter but he's very popular amongst fans.]]
** Cubert is also rather disliked. The thing is, the creators ''intended'' him to be unlikable as a parody of a CreatorsPet, so... mission accomplished?
** Leela's parents, Morris and Munda are also rather disliked by fans. A lot of it comes from the fact that they separated for silly reasons just to get an episode's plot going, and they tend to be shoehorned into every episode they appear.
* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'' had an in-universe example with the Buddy Bears. They were there to irritate Garfield and parody the then-current state of educational television, as well as to savagely mock TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong (the trope that showrunner MarkEvanier – who, incidentally, also created Scrappy – hates more than anything).
* Godzooky from Creator/HannaBarbera's ''WesternAnimation/TheGodzillaPowerHour''.
** And even Godzooky himself is ''nothing'' compared to the human characters in the series. Bland, one-dimensional characters whose only purposes are to either A.)Get attacked/captured by the MonsterOfTheWeek and/or B.)Summon Godzilla to solve '''all''' of their problems for them. Say what you will about Godzooky. At least he actually ''does'' something other than say "Oh, no! (Insert monster here) is destroying the city/attacking the TagalongKid! We must summon Godzilla!"
** The webcomic ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' has Torg mention this once in quasi-[=TVTropeish=] terms, resulting in the without knowing the context completely brain-damaged-sounding sentence "Godzookie [sic] is the Scrappy-Doo of Godzilla."
* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'':
** Lila is widely disliked for two reasons: a reasonable one (she's an "ever-so" irritating [[ParodySue parody]] PuritySue), and a... not-so-reasonable one (DieForOurShip in regards to Arnold/Helga, even though she repeatedly states she doesn't "LIKE like" Arnold and isn't a real threat to the ship, regardless of what [[{{Tsundere}} Helga]] might think). It doesn't help that she has a tendency to lead Arnold into thinking he may have a chance, only to crush his hopes when he asks if there's anything between them, but that was really a problem with the RomanticPlotTumor of later seasons as a whole and not just Lila.
** Tied with Lila is Olga, Helga's older sister. The show established some HiddenDepths with her, however it also made her a {{Hypocrite}} who goes out of her way to get her parent's attention. Not to mention she doesn't seem to grasp the extent of Helga's ParentalNeglect nor does she seem to follow through with promises she made to Helga. For example, when Olga becomes an assistant teacher for Helga's class, Helga pleaded with her to keep any embarrassing stories out. Olga either forgets, or deliberately tells an embarrassing story to the class after Stinky fails a test.
** Brainy also, mainly because his appearances turned into overused jokes, along with his creepy StalkerWithACrush tendencies towards Helga.
** Probably ''the'' most despised character is Iggy from "Arnold Betrays Iggy". The episode only need be watched for one to understand exactly why this is.
* Weasel from ''WesternAnimation/IAmWeasel'' had many "talents". These included: this trope, InvincibleHero, and MarySue. When first introduced, he was the "man" who could do no wrong and everyone in the show worshiped him, while his "rival" [[TheWoobie I.R. Baboon]] had no friends of his own and often got the crap-end of the stick by the episode's end. Weasel wasn't well liked by the fans who, in the end, only seemed to watch it for the real star, Baboon. The creators realized this after some number of episodes, and took a different approach instead. Now Weasel and Baboon were partners and, though Weasel was still the multi-talented fellow of the two, [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap he now could, and would, receive just as much punishment as his less intelligent counterpart]].
* Babu, from the cartoon version of ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie'', has no such moments. A man-boy of the first order, his magic ALWAYS causes disaster and in one particularly cringe-worthy episode, he runs away after getting chewed out by the other characters for messing things up. This isn't some sulk on a park bench, he literally grabs a teddy bear, raids the fridge and scampers off somewhere until the other characters apologize.
** It doesn't help that Babu was voiced by Joe Besser, who was often seen as a Scrappy to some people of the Three Stooges fandom.
* ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' had Corporal Capeman, who was added in the second season as part of an attempt to make it more different from the first season, as well as an obviously [[RatingsStunt shameless attempt to boost low ratings]]. He was an extremely idiotic superhero wanna-be that looked like a nerd (complete with oversized eyeglasses) and idolized Inspector Gadget (to which Gadget referred to Capeman as "Capman".) As a result, Gadget soon became Capeman's mentor. But Capeman, unfortunately, was [[UpToEleven stupider than Gadget]], who was also an idiot himself. Capeman didn't appear in all the episodes during this season though, which lead to some rather confusing continuity.
* ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'': Gaz, Dib's selfish and abusive sister, who seems to exist solely to make his life hell and get away with it. Near the end of the series, she got worse, beating him up violently for trivial offenses and generally Flanderizing. One of the unaired scripts even has her see Zim clearly dying from withdrawal of his PAK and almost leave him to die, and Zim has to lie to get her to even lift a finger. (Considering Zim is a VillainProtagonist, this isn't objectively a MoralEventHorizon, but it still earns audience antipathy.) Her hatred probably isn't as big as the others on this page, but it's still understandable.
* Buttons from ''Animation/IronKid'' has all the trappings of Scrappydom, being an annoying talking ''robot'' dog intended for comic relief, and does very little to help the heroes whatsoever.
* In ''WesternAnimation/IronManArmoredAdventures'', Pepper became this for many people. Being both useless and fangirling over Tony are the two main contributing factors. The fact that she cannot stop talking at any given point and her [[DamselScrappy incredible knack for getting captured/into deep trouble]] in later episodes is not helping her case. Her saving grace is her occasional ability to do something useful to help Tony, but the fewer of these moments she has, the more annoyed the fandom gets by her. It doesn't help that she's competing with Whitney Stane, an ActionGirl who constantly demonstrates that she genuinely cares about helping Tony. And it ''really'' doesn't that the version of Pepper in the ''Film/IronMan'' movie behaved more like that herself. Ironically enough, Pepper actually started as an EnsembleDarkhorse and the reason a lot of people gave the show a chance. [[BrokenBase How things did change.]] Ironically she herself seems to be aware of this status about herself, which is why she wanted an armor so she wouldn't be so useless to the team. She finally got one near the end of the second season which seemed to give her a RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap.
* ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'':
** Jade Chan often acts before she thinks, is selectively deaf to the word 'no' and variants thereof, directly ''causes'' the problems in more than a few episodes that revolve around her, and she tends to steal the spotlight from the rest of the cast (in other words, she's ten). Though only when she's holding the IdiotBall before passing it to another character. Still, she has her legion of fans and is arguably more popular than Jackie himself. From the second season onward, ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'' pretty much became ''The Jade Show'' making her a BreakoutCharacter to some and a CreatorsPet to others. She's rarely TheLoad however since she manages to either fix the problems she causes herself or turn them into advantages and if anything she's the only GuileHero of the cast. Often she'll solve a problem with intelligence lacking in the other characters, save them when they do equally stupid things like running at the enemy without a plan and is also the only character who seems to bother using the Talismans. More than one episode will usually involve Jackie and the others attacking [[WhatAnIdiot a demon with nothing but their fists]] only for [[BigDamnHeroes Jade to show up with the Talismans in tow]]. Just as often, however, she'll unfortunately grab hold of the IdiotBall and do something incredibly stupid; then again, the whole cast does it. Haters oddly find that her positive contributions are just shoehorning rather than genuinely good writing. Even children, the demographic she was aimed at, have gotten pretty annoyed at her obnoxious tendencies. [[BrattyHalfPint The fact that she is ten doesn't do much to help her situation]]. Yet strangely no one seems to find [[DracoInLeatherPants Uncle]] annoying [[DoubleStandard doing far worse]].
** Then again, she pales in comparison to [[EthnicScrappy Paco]], who was basically all of Jade's trouble-causing tendencies, none of her plucky, awesome, or ingenious ones, had a few extra pints of annoying fanboy for good measure, and [[OohMeAccentsSlipping couldn't even hold a]] [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking consistent accent]]. There's a reason the fandom prefers to ship Jade with a homicidal demonic bat.
* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest''. Even genuine fans of the show tend to hate the main character for being a bratty, unpleasant DesignatedHero with some elements of MartyStu. Who honestly thought making the AnnoyingYoungerSibling the hero was a good idea?
** Also Johnny's dad, for being ''extremely'' LawfulStupid.
** Hell, anyone who's not [[EnsembleDarkhorse Dukey, Sissy, Susan, and Mary.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'':
** Lucky is seen as a Scrappy by a large segment of the show's fandom. A stereotypical "redneck" character, he contributes practically nothing to the plot except as a love intrest to Luanne which ALSO caused the ire of fans since it detracted from her desire to get away from being a stereotypical "hillbilly" like the rest of her family. About his only redeeming traits are that he genuinely cares for his friends and family and that he has an "honor code" (IE: He refuses to marry Luanne until he's graduated from high school). Even then, he made it clear that even with his GED, he ''still'' refused to get a job and intended to live off of [[FrivolousLawsuit Frivolous Lawsuits]] for the rest of his life. And Hank, who had long been established as a champion of hard, honest work, ''just rolls with it.''
** Peggy Hill is seen as this due to her massive {{Flanderization}} in later seasons changing her from a somewhat smug yet intelligent woman who spoke decent if rudimentary Spanish, to a {{Jerkass}} SmallNameBigEgo who couldn't speak a lick of Spanish if her life depended on it yet she acted like she was fluent in the language. It also doesn't help she became so smug in later seasons that she even tried to mooch off of Hank's popularity as a (temporary) substitute teacher in order to win yet another substitute teacher's award, and sabotaged Lucky's attempt to get his GED by giving him false answers, then automatically assumed he and everyone else in his family were bastards because no one achieved their goals before marrying, before he explained they were married in shotgun weddings.
** Kahn and Minh Souphanousinphone both fall here. While they just barely avoid being [[EthnicScrappy walking Asian stereotypes]], they are both obnoxious JerkAss people who take utter pleasure in being dicks towards their neighbors, including referring to them as "Rednecks" in a derogatory sense. While they do have some redeeming qualities (Such as genuinely caring for their daughter, Connie), said good aspects of them are overshadowed by their flaws. One episode in the series had Kahn not only sexually harass Hank (All because Hank could see Kahn through Kahn's bathroom window), but also he and Mihn would break into Hank's house, raid the fridge, mess with the furniture, and it's implied they would have ''sex'' there as well all the while mocking Hank and Peggy. There's being a jerk, and then there's blatantly breaking the law just for [[ForTheEvulz the sick amusement of it.]]
** Cotton Hill. A loud, abusive, womanizing, self-centered, sexist man who may have an even bigger ego than Peggy. About the only redeeming quality he has is that he genuinely cares for Bobby, though he's still a ''horrible'' role model.
** The show's protagonist, Hank, certainly falls under this if the numerous examples in the DMOS section of this site are of any indication. While his hard-work ethic and the fact he genuinely cares for his family are admirable qualities, they are often overshadowed by the fact that he is so painfully old-fashioned that he treats anything "new" (Even if it turns out to be helpful to the other characters) with utter disdain and horror. Not only that, but he tended to be so controling of Bobby's life that anything even ''remotely'' unorthodox that interested Bobby in the slightest would cause Hank to freak out and attempt to get rid of it (IE: "Dad, look, I can (Insert activity here)" "BWAAAAAA!") It did not help at all that Hank was usually portrayed as right in whatever stance he took. In the few instances when he actually allowed Bobby to pursue his interests, Hank had an odd habit of taking over Bobby's current hobby, such as in the case of his ventriloquist dummy.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'':
** Mako. To fully explain why he's so controversial would take too long, but the short version is that he was intended to be a stoic but reliable guy who had to struggle with having feelings for two different girls. Instead, many fans felt like he came off as an insensitive jerk who blatantly ignores his girlfriend's feelings just so he can hit on Korra. He's also accused of having wildly different characterization between episodes, from being calm when his brother is kidnapped to completely flipping out when the same thing happens to Korra, and from fighting with Korra to being head-over-heels in love with her. Finally, his apologies are seen by many fans as trying to deflect the blame away from him, and he never truly has to pay for his various mistakes. To top it all off, while he doesn't ''quite'' qualify as a CreatorsPet, the show's staff are clearly much more enamored with him than the fanbase is, which only makes people hate him more. Being named after a beloved, deceased voice actor from the previous series is just salt in the wound. It's worth noting that the YMMV page for the show was for a time locked because of how much hate he gets from the fans. Despite some improvement in Season 2, he still comes off as an insufferable person who was allowed to be the only competent character on the Republic City side of the cast (reducing Lin, Bolin, and Asami to an IdiotBall grabbing [[DemotedToExtra extras]]) [[spoiler: and immediately starting a relationship with Asami after the breakup with Korra, and then ''lying'' to Korra to her face to tell her their breakup fight wasn't bad and getting back with her, with zero comeuppance for any of it, '''again''', at least by the end of the season.]]
** Korra herself has hit this status as of Season 2. A lot of fans are angry that she hasn't seemed to develop one bit after Season 1 and view as being still a brash, arrogant Avatar who makes incredibly dumb decisions such as [[spoiler: going behind the president's back to get the United Nation's military involved in the Water Tribe Civil War.]] Her behavior towards Tenzin, her father, and Mako was meant to be conveyed as justified frustration, but many fans viewed it as JerkAss behavior and thus hated her even more for it. However in the second half of Season 2, Korra is RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap due to becoming a much wiser, [[TookALevelInKindness kinder]] person [[spoiler: after meeting Avatar Wan and hearing his story after he lost her memory.]]
** The new TagAlongKid, Kai, became one remarkably quickly too. [[spoiler: He is a StreetUrchin who happens to be an Airbender, so the writers could get away with a ToyShip between him and [[EnsembleDarkhorse Jinora]]. However, he's also an unrepentant thief who stole the life savings from a family who took him in, stringing Bolin along when Bolin wants to be his big brother, and finally stealing from both Bolin and Mako and leaving them stranded in the Outer Ring of Ba Sing Se without any remorse while stealing from people all around the city. You ''really'' have to be hated when people start ''[[RootingForTheEmpire cheering]]'' for the [[SecretPolice Dai Li]] to catch him and take him away. In fact, some people were actually disappointed when he survived being blasted off the cliff by P'Li.]]
* [[TokenHuman Blythe Baxter]] from ''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'' is this by many fans for being a FlatCharacter who's almost perfect on more mundane every-day stuff. On the other hand though, other fans like Blythe for her down-to-earth personality, appealing design, and [[Music/HeyOcean voice]]. While her status is more of a BaseBreaker, she's slowly descending to the scrappy status for some.
* Little Rock in ''MightyMightor''. He was TheLoad ''and'' a BrattyHalfPint: always recklessly getting into trouble and forcing the title character to have to waste time rescuing him. Even Mightor himself agrees:
-->"Oh no, it's Little Rock again!"
* Shapey from ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel''. His lines consist mainly of "Waaahhh!" or "Nooo!" in the most annoying voice possible.
* Every character from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeMe'' that's NOT [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mr. Towes]]. Special mention goes to Liam and Birch – the main characters of the series.
* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'':
** Molly and Danny from the original series aren't exceptionally liked by the fanbase, seen as {{Annoying Younger Sibling}}s to Megan who weren't needed since Megan was good enough.
** Megan herself is quite disliked by fans, especially post-G1 fans. They consider her unnecessary, that the series should be about ponies and not have humans in it. It doesn't help that the series changed her into a borderline MarySue.
* The straight to DVD Marvel/Lionsgate animated feature ''WesternAnimation/NextAvengersHeroesOfTomorrow'' was full of Scrappies, all of them distaff counterparts to the real Avengers that fans actually care about (and this was ''before'' Disney bought Marvel!).
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':
** Irving is something of an example of ThisLoserIsYou, which is probably why a large portion of the fanbase dislikes him.
** Suzie is this big time. She [[BitchInSheepsClothing pretends to be a sweet little girl]], when she's actually a [[BrattyHalfPint sadistic and spoiled brat]] who antagonizes Candace just because Candace has a crush on Suzie's big brother, Jeremy. This, however, isn't so much the problem fans have with her as is the fact that [[KarmaHoudini she always seems to get away with it.]] The closest any of the other characters discovered that Suzie may not be so innocent is when she was zapped by one of Doofenshmirtz's Inators forcing her to admit she's been "making Candace look bad all morning". Even then, her only punishment was [[KarmaHoudini being scolded]], no, she wasn't yelled at, she was scolded, that's it. She may have been more accepted if she wasn't the clichéd "sadistic brat who acts cute" personality, or if the creators tried to put a new spin on it.
* WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}: In a handful of theatrical cartoons [[WartimeCartoon when Popeye joined the Navy]], he was given a buddy named Shorty who would freqently screw things up, making Popeye miserable. In one cartoon, Popeye got so annoyed with him, [[TakeThatScrappy he hauled off and shot him in the end]].
* The Mayor from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' became this in the later seasons, as {{Flanderization}} turned him into a horrible example of PsychopathicManchild. He also seemed to become a minor CreatorsPet in the last few seasons.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'':
** Why was Slimer hated by every fan of the show? First of all, he's also a CreatorsPet, having gone from a single slapstick element in the first film to an obnoxiously common character in the series, after which his gross habits forced a cartoon that was otherwise based around clever writing, constantly into vulgarity. As low as his comedy was, though, what was even more irksome was his nearly never-ending tendency to do something obnoxious and make Peter snap at him, prompting an every bit as never-ending subplot about Peter [[StrawmanHasAPoint "allegedly" demonstrating]] that TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong. When Peter "spares the rod" at the behest of the other Busters, Slimer also assumes the role of KarmaHoudini, going right back to being obnoxious. Then, he proved himself even more of a Karma Houdini and Creator's Pet – the title's change to ''Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters'' as well as increased focus on him (in the attempt to appeal to younger audiences) was when it became unwatchable. Best not to mention the spin-off series called, simply, "Slimer". As indefensible as his transformation into Creator's Pet was, at least Slimer was made a little more useful to go along with his increased presence in the plot; whereas before he was just annoying comic relief.
** On the other hand, a character who garnered substantial ire during the run of ''Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters'' was Janine, as she had gotten a LighterAndSofter redesign that changed her from a DeadpanSnarker into a perpetually-worried-sounding, stereotypical female. Fortunately, an AuthorsSavingThrow addressed the complaints.
** The Junior Ghostbusters, a trio of children, didn't get to appear very often in the main series but were still hated for stealing focus away from the actual Ghostbusters and having little to do in actually affecting the plot. J Michael Stracyznski was notably opposed to the kids and said he'd only use them if he could show them being run over by a truck. Classic Ghostbusters fans have proceeded to fulfill his wish in some fanworks.
** Louis Tully isn't very liked for being a useless, obnoxious geek and having only been introduced to the show to tie in with the Ghostbusters films. It also doesn't help that some of the ire carries over from the film universe, where Janine broke up with Egon and started dating him instead.
* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'':
** Overlapping with his EnsembleDarkhorse and BaseBreaker statuses, Benson is not hard to see as this due to his harshness and hatred towards [[DesignatedHero Mordecai and Rigby]]. Yes, he loves the park, but you can't harass your employees at a job you love! Basically, Benson is the Lemongrab of ''Regular Show''. To elaborate, Benson suffers a case of DependingOnTheWriter. In some episodes, he's a ReasonableAuthorityFigure with the occasional short fuse, loves his job as manager, and usually has a good reason for being angry (Mordecai and Rigby DO tend to mess things up), but in others, he's a full-blown BadBoss who hates Mordecai and Rigby to the core and uses the word "fired" like a VerbalTic. Pure examples of his Jerkassery include: acting like a smug jerk in "The Best Burger in the World" by forcing time-consuming tasks on the duo and eating their burgers, threatening them with bodily harm in "More Smarter", firing Muscle Man for making a joke and threatening to fire Rigby because he didn't get along with his brother in "Don", and threatening to fire Rigby when he justifiably complained about having to re-mow the lawn in "Temp Check".
** Muscle Man is also hated by fans of the show due to [[MostAnnoyingSound his aggravating, obnoxious voice]] and "My mom" catchphrase. Although he's been RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap since the third season, he has become even more annoying due to his squealing and the way he seems to delight in annoying everyone else.
** Rigby is a rather unique example since he tends to DependingOnTheWriter. Half the time he's RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap for being a genuine friend to Mordecai and helping him with his love life while doing work as normal, the other half...he's a horrible friend to Mordecai, slacks so much he leaves his room a garbage dump, insults Benson to his face, and ''destroys everything he touches''.
* Angelica from WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}} is this by many people (Mostly by people who haven't watched the show since it was on). An interesting case is, when the show was on, [[EnsembleDarkhorse Angelica was actually considered the best character by many of the show's fans]] and was one of the reasons the show was so popular. However by the later 2000s & now, she is considered a Scrappy for being too mean to the babies and a bit of a sociopath.
** Interesting fact is that until the show was {{uncancelled}} the first time, Arlene Klasky tended to side with those fans, as she found Angelica to be too cruel and not punished for her actions enough. Angelica was also not in her and Gabor Csupo's original plans for the series, but was Paul Germain's idea, as he'd based the character off of a girl who'd bullied him when younger.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In the ShowWithinAShow, ''TheItchyAndScratchyShow'', Poochie is viewed as such by the characters in the show. Is it any wonder he becomes a victim of ShooOutTheNewGuy?
** Lisa is also falling into Scrappy territory, [[SoapboxSadie for many]] [[WriterOnBoard of the same reasons]] for [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Brian Griffin's]] spot on this list. Unlike Brian, however, they often parody the reason Lisa is a Scrappy, such as having her set out for "extremely liberal" causes for no apparent reason other than because she felt like doing something that day. One joke had her set out to raise hell for causes about football only for Ned to tell her that the problems were never there and there's no reason to do so. She runs off crying. In fact, nearly every episode where Lisa gets political ends with her apologizing for her pushiness and saying she was wrong, which redeems her somewhat. The writers started to rectify this, and as of later episodes, the turnaround is complete.
** Helen Lovejoy for constantly criticizing everything and being a gossip machine.
** Ned Flanders himself, everytime the {{Flanderization}} goes out of control.
** Dr. Marvin Monroe with his very raspy annoying voice; it even did damage to voice actor Harry Shearer's real voice (Shearer wanted Monroe removed). Even Matt Groening hated Monroe simply because his voice annoyed him.
** Springfield becomes a town full of Scrappies when they go too far with their harassment of someone. Just check out "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace" and "The Boys of Bummer". The fact that they received [[KarmaHoudini zero comeuppance]] for their treatment of Bart makes them hated even more.
* ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'':
** Dulcy was ExecutiveMeddling attempting to push another female lead into the show, resulting in a [[TheKlutz klutzy]], [[MotorMouth loud mouthed]] [[GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere dragon]] [[RememberTheNewGuy appearing out of no where]] in the second season.
** While they have a fanbase, Sally and Antoine get occasional flak for their SpotlightStealingSquad status and their roles tracking away from the main character (Sally was a CanonSue that [[PositiveDiscrimination always had moral superiority over Sonic]] and ensured a karmic downfall for him whenever he ignored her, while Antoine was TheLoad with similar obnoxious slapstick as Dulcy).
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'':
** Pearl is incredibly annoying, loud... and generally disliked.
** Mr. Krabs ''used'' to be a nice and well-liked character (perhaps one of the best the show had), who, despite liking money a little ''too'' much, had some good qualities to balance it out. Post {{Flanderization}}, many fans only want to watch the show on the condition that Mr. Krabs suffers a truly horrible and agonizing fate for the all the things he does. Later episodes have seen his rivalry with Plankton devolve into making his life hell just for fun (even when Plankton was the good guy a few times), feeding poison or rotten food to his customers intentionally for the sake of an extra dollar, or extorting and abusing his employees. The fact that he [[KarmaHoudini gets away with these]] at least 80% of the time doesn't help. The episodes "Plankton's Regular" and "One Coarse Meal" made him cross the line, in the former he just doesn't allow Plankton to have one single customer, in the latter he drives him to [[DrivenToSuicide suicide]]. His money fetish also became over the top as he sees money rather as a living thing or something, and sometimes takes the risk of chosing it above his own daughter or friends.
** Although not nearly as widely detested as Mr. Krabs, many viewers dread the sight of Patchy the Pirate on the grounds of his segments (and other live action segments in generally) not being nearly as funny as the rest of the show.
** Another tragic example of the show's SeasonalRot {{Flanderization}} is the titular sponge himself. He has become increasingly annoying with a voice so high that it would give [[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents Cosmo's]] a run for it's money. He also has regular WhatAnIdiot moments. In a episode where [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids Mrs. Puff attempted to kill him]], many were on her side. Patrick has also undergone a similar fate, with the two being some of the most unfunny representations of a ManChild on television.
** Patrick really needs expansion: he's a person who takes the IdiotHoudini trope to ''new extremes''. He willingly causes pain and suffering to Spongebob, Squidward, Gary, or Mr. Krabs with his idiocy. Hell when he was pet sitting in ''Pet Sitter Pat'' he nearly killed Gary several times in several unfunny ways. Then its revealed (well in an earlier episode)...that he ''fakes'' his level of stupidity. That means, every time he causes misery for someone...[[PunctuatedForEmphasis its. Intentionally. Done.]] Since it amuses him. As TheMysteriousMrEnter put it, while Spongebob has grown to not know what morality is...Patrick does know. He just doesn't care.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}''
** The animated series originally had ''three'' Scrappies in the mascot''/''{{Sidekick}} characters of Marvin, Wendy and 'Wonderdog', two ordinary teenagers and their pet who dressed in [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman superhero drag]] and whose roles in the series (especially Marvin's) were to do stupid but plot-enabling things. The characters were so annoying to even the pre-teens who were the primary audience of the show that they were replaced by the only marginally more acceptable "ComicBook/WonderTwins", a pair of teenaged alien superheroes and their pet [[CallARabbitASmeerp space monkey]] Gleek, who filled the "get captured by the MonsterOfTheWeek" and "cause trouble through [[IdiotBall abject stupidity]]" roles until the series finally dumped them too and redid the format into a more traditional superhero show.
** In the "Power Hour" of Superfriends, there are ''three'' Scrappies: El Dorado, a one-Spanish-word-a-sentence hero with vaguely defined powers; Samurai -- a one-Japanese-word-a-sentence fellow who had a horribly stereotyped personality; and Firestorm, who is considered a Scrappy thanks mainly to his MartyStu status of always being the fellow to yank the BigDamnHeroes moment from everyone (especially from a badly [[{{Chickification}} Chickified]] WonderWoman).
** Aquaman had a really bad time of being a DamselScrappy. Also, most of the time, his powers are useless owing to the series' extreme CastSpeciation limiting him to aquatic abilities in a land-based series.
** Hawkman didn't fare much better than Aquaman. On this series, his powers were {{Flight}}... and that's it. All the situations that made the comic book Hawkman heroic were entirely absent, leaving him basically useless. The all-time low in the Scrappy department probably came in the episode "Secret Origins of the Superfriends", which showed Superman getting erased from history in the middle of a "Superman Day" celebration... and replaced it with "Hawkman Day".
* ''{{Superjail}}'':
** The Twins started out as the designated Scrappies for most of the vocal fanbase, contrary to the popularity they'd receive later on. The general reasons for hating them amounted to them having annoying voices, having ugly appearances, constantly getting in the way of the Warden's plans, and being a little too flamboyant for some viewers' tastes. While this reaction mostly died down with the following seasons, there is still some grousing about the characters that's now mixed with backlash from their popularity among some of the female fanbase.
** The Mistress is mostly hated for her stuck-up personality, her cruelty to Charise, and for attempting to take over Superjail twice (briefly succeeding the second time), as well as being seen as in the way of [[FoeYay The Warden and Lord Stingray]] by particular fans. She was slightly [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap relieved of this]] when she [[spoiler: slept with Alice and became a hippie]].
** Lord Stingray received hate in season 2, as he was seen as an unnecessary addition to the cast, as well as being obnoxious and feeling like he was shoe-horned in to be Warden's rival and enemy. He's still a source of debate to the point of being a BaseBreaker in show discussions.
** While most inmates have their fans, the fat perverted convict (Fatty) is understandably the most hated, owing to him being way more one-note and his existence revolving around being creepy and making sexual advances to anyone (and anything) he fancies. Of course, he always winds up killed or maimed for his behavior, which is part of the joke with the character.
** Alice combines this in some parts of the fandom, with also being a BaseBreaker. While there are fans that see her as more sympathetic or a developed character, there are also other vocal groups who hate her for her vulgarity and brutality, her hyper-masculine appearance, and for rejecting the Warden's crush and "leading him on". There are also those who were put off when they realized her crotch bulge was an ''actual'' indication of her {{Transsexual}} status and not a visual gag, as well as hating that her sex wasn't ambiguous. If that weren't enough, [[MoralGuardians the negative parental and media reviews of the show]] tend to also cite her as being too profane, [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids a terrible influence for young viewers]], and an offensive stereotype of transgender women (when they're not mistaking her for a drag queen). The debate over the last point can be a particularly sore spot between fans and non-fans, [[InternetBackdraft and easy to spawn flamewars if no caution is taken]].
** The DemonicDummy Prison [=PeeDee=] is basically the new Scrappy for the show among part of the fandom, due to his obnoxious shrill voice and the fact that [[WordOfGod he'll apparently be in season 4 "a lot"]] with Lord Stingray (who's divisive as is). It was not helped by the announcement that season 4 would only be six episodes instead of the usual ten, leading to the pre-emptive impressions of them stealing spotlight from the rest of the cast.
* Despite being one of the kindest souls you'll find anywhere, even after [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in badass]], [[RobotGirl Jinmay]] gets more slings and arrows from the ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'' fandom than anyone else in the show for reasons such as having pink hair, being a GirlyGirl, being [[TheHero Chiro's]] love interest, being kidnapped a few times, and not using her powers every single opportunity she gets.
* ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'':
** Considering the way he thought Superman "betrayed" him in [[Recap/{{SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E12-13Legacy}} the finale]] and his subsequent FaceHeelTurn in ''Justice League Unlimited'', it's highly doubtful you'll find someone who likes Professor Hamilton ever again. Bruce Timm stated in his Modern Masters book that THEY didn't like Professor Hamilton in the first place. That's why, when debating who Darkseid should kill, they finally came up with Dan Turpin, because they weren't allowed to kill Ma and Pa Kent and they felt if they killed Professor Hamilton it wouldn't have any impact, because they never liked him anyway.
** Livewire could be seen as a villainous example. Bruce Timm said in an interview that he and the guys hoped fans would embrace her as "the Harley Quinn" of Superman's series, and while she did eventually get added to the comics Livewire was never as popular or well liked as Harley, seeing as how she had none of the tragic sympathy that made Harley endearing, and Livewire tended to be more obnoxious than funny.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' there's the [[FatBastard High]] [[{{Jerkass}} Marshall]] of Thembria, who also doubles as an EthnicScrappy. He's so bad that his threats and mistreatment of Colonel Spigot save the colonel from being a Scrappy and push him into JerkassWoobie territory.
** Colonel Spigot can count for this too DependingOnTheWriter, which essentially makes him a BaseBreaker at best. It doesn't help he is the most prominant antagonist after Don Karnage.
** Rebecca Cunningham under similar stipulations as Spigot. Many hate her shrill, pompous attitude and overbearing treatment towards her employees, however just as many love her for it.
** Also Molly Cunningham, for pretty much the same reasons as Webby.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'':
** Gizmo, of was perhaps the most commonly-appearing villain in the series, behind [[BigBad Slade.]] However, he also happened to be a whiny, self-superior BrattyHalfPint with an annoying voice and [[StaticCharacter nothing resembling]] CharacterDevelopment. Even his own teammates don't like him.
** Kitten takes a lot of heat from the fans, but alot of it's rather undeserved, as it's not for her [[SpoiledBrat unpleasant personality]] (which ''is'' detestable, even in-show) so much as the fact that she [[DieForOurShip forced Robin to date her.]] Even though the real goal behind that was to regain Fang's attention after he broke up with her.
** Terra gets a lot of hatred, especially from the shipping community. She gets it for [[spoiler:betraying her team, but most of the time for breaking Beast Boy's heart and remorselessly attempting to kill him soon after. Her {{Heroic Sacrifice}} at the end of season 2 didn't do much to improve her reputation either.]]
* Some of the introduced engines of ''ThomasTheTankEngine'', particularly those created during Hit Entertainment's run, tend to be disliked, either due to having limited, more gimmicky personalities, or by fans of the original ''TheRailwaySeries'' novels who dislike the show's [[SpotlightStealingSquad over usage of]] [[CanonForeigner newly created characters]] over the original cast. Charlie "the Playful Purple Engine" and the Logging Locos seem to get the most flak in particular.
* ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats''
** The unforgivably awful Snarf. Has there ever been a more aggravating "cute" character in a cartoon?
** Snarf's young nephew Snarfer, who is, if anything, even ''more'' annoying.
** Lion-O in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AJWRPaKHxQ blooper reel]] ({{NSFW}}) says what most of us are thinking:
--->'''Snarf:''' You--you've got to snap out of it, Lion-O! Call the [=ThunderCats=] before--\\
'''Lion-O:''' Shut up, you fuck.
** There might just be a ''reason'' that Snarf in ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011'' is retooled into a pet, who ''doesn't talk''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'':
** Elmyra, especially after ''PinkyElmyraAndTheBrain''. Before she became a CreatorsPet, though, she was pretty well liked. It was only after they started shoehorning her into ''everything'' that everyone started hating her. And after a certain short involving her and [[EnsembleDarkhorse Fifi LaFume]].
** Sweetie is also hated for being a {{Jerkass}} who torments [[TheWoobie Furball]] and for being a bit of a KarmaHoudini.
* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'':
** Jerry. In the earlier shorts, he would often [[DesignatedHero provoke Tom and get him in trouble]]. He was RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap when they decided to make Tom more clearly villainous, with Jerry gaining a more altruistic side, and usually facing [[ATasteOfDefeat a karmic loss]] the odd time he relapsed into an unprovoked {{Jerkass}}. Jerry also got flak from Tom fans during the 1940's for always getting the last laugh, even when he didn't deserve it, and consequently never gave poor Tom a chance; said Tom fans eventually complained to HannaBarbera; this resulted in Tom sometimes getting the last laugh in the 1950's cartoons.
** The babysitter who would spend more time talking on the phone, rather than babysitting, while Tom and Jerry have to always watch the baby since it always crawls its way to danger. The babysitter also repeatedly beats Tom with her broom for supposedly “bothering” the baby. [[KarmaHoudini She always got off scot-free for this]].
** Little Quacker, the little duckling who shows up in a few cartoons, partly for its voice (Donald-but-not-quite) but mostly for being irredeemably stupid (thinking Tom is its mother, taking a swim in a pot of soon-to-be-boiling water, etc.), thus acting as a [[TheLoad load]] for Jerry. Quacker would reappear in many Hanna Barbara televised series (albeit under the moniker ''Yakky Doodle'') where his role is practically the same alongside other beleaguered characters such Chopper the Bulldog and {{Yogi Bear}}.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Katie and Sadie. They do nothing except agree with each other all the time, constantly [[{{Squee}} squeeing]], [[AbhorrentAdmirer fawn over eye candy]] whether it's Justin, Trent, or Alejandro, occasionally getting into arguments which end with them getting back together, [[spoiler:causing their team to lose ''twice'', each with one getting voted off]], and... nothing else. It's no wonder why they [[DemotedToExtra have yet to actually compete in a season following the first]]. However, the hatred of them has gone down (read: no one actually talks about them anymore) due to them being seriously OutOfFocus.
** Season 4's Staci, due to being little more than one RunningGag about making up false facts. Though this is possibly intentional, to prevent [[spoiler:the first contestant kicked off]] from becoming an EnsembleDarkhorse, given what happened on the first season.
** Scott is easily the most hated antagonist on the show. He goes out of his way to make his team lose just so he can control every elimination, his tactics to get rid of other contestants are ruthless, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and he has an incredibly annoying, nasally voice.]]
*** The ''All-Stars'' season has since [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap rescued Scott]], as he is now a team player, as well as much less of a JerkAss.
** Sugar from ''Pahkitew Island''. In addition to being an obvious teenaged {{Expy}} of [[LiveActionTV/HereComesHoneyBooBoo Honey Boo Boo]], she's also a DistaffCounterpart to Owen, who [[BaseBreaker already wasn't the most popular character to the]] PeripheryDemographic, except without his redeeming NiceGuy qualities and as a full-blown {{Jerkass}}. She also has a strong hatred to one of the more popular contestants of the season, [[spoiler:is the direct cause of said popular contestant's elimination and the accidental cause of another (but gloats about it)]], and to make matters worse, [[spoiler:she lasts to the second-to-last episode of the season, and her elimination there is considered by many to be a shallow victory since she also pulls a KarmaHoudini for the two eliminations she caused]]. It also didn't help that she was the arguable main antagonist of the season since every villain before her at least got some form of comeuppance.
* The ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' fandom has several different Scrappies to choose from, both humanoid and robot.
** The most disliked of the robots appear to be Wheelie from [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers the original series]] (though not the version in the comics) and Nightscream from ''WesternAnimation/BeastMachines''.
** Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime also has quite a hatedom to many G1 fans, mainly because he's the guy who got Optimus Prime killed. Ultra Magnus also gets some of this treatment, but to a much lesser degree.
** Those PunyEarthlings don't get off much easier, either... Sari of ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Animated]]'', on the other hand, seems to have [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap beaten the odds and been accepted by the fanbase]] (or at least a lot more than usual). And amazingly, she managed this even before we found out [[spoiler:she turned out to be a robot.]]
** Sentinel Prime is almost certainly deliberate. The writers created him to be an enormous {{Jerkass}}, who could not possibly be liked by the fandom, and whose every appearance would be marked by a horde of people demanding his swift and painful demise. They succeeded.
** It took about 5 seconds of screen time for ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' viewers to pick the new show's Scrappy, Miko. In far too many episodes, her role consists of charging into dangerous situations over her head, not only nearly getting herself killed, but also others.
** Ironically, June Darby (Jack's mother) is a Scrappy for the ''opposite'' reason; an amount of restraint that gets in the way of getting things done, being a {{Jerkass}} to her son and putting paternal interests above those of the world. It's hard to find a shot of her with any other expression than "cross."
* Most of the main cast of ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', with the exception of Iron Fist; Nova and White Tiger are especially criticized for being this, the former for his hot-headed, abrasive personality and the latter for her nagging attitude toward Spider-Man. To an extent, even Spider-Man himself suffers this, mostly because his sense of humor seems closer to {{SelfDemonstrating/Deadpool}}'s than that of the comic Spidey (whose comedy depends more on ''wit'' and dialogue more than zaniness).
** Nova pretty much qualifies as the worst of them; he acts [[LeeroyJenkins hot-headed and aggressive]], has some strong moments of TooDumbToLive and [[JerkAss constantly disagrees with Spider-Man and puts him down even when Spidey does have a point]]. The worst part was probably his attitude toward Harry Osborn (see TearJerker). On top of that, he's based on Sam Alexander, who in the comics, is a ReplacementScrappy for Richard Rider... and given that Alexander was created by Jeph Loeb, Marvel Head of Television, he might even be a CreatorsPet.
** The Spider-Cycle counts as an object-exemple of this trope; most fans think that the only reason Spider-Man was given a motobike was for merchandise purpose, and feel like it's essentially useless, considering he can web-sling. An excuse is given to justify, but it's generally considered a poor one.
*** It even gets this treatment in-universe from Hawkeye, who even lampshades how stupid it is to have a bike when you can web-sling.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'':
** The Murderous Moppets, who the creators plan to keep on the show solely because they're so universally despised by the fans. The Moppets are hated by the characters themselves.
** Dermott, too, has become something of a Scrappy. He was almost universally hated by fans, and many have called for his non-return.
** JJ, or Jonas Venture Jr. is another Scrappy among fans, because of his increasingly SmugSnake personality, perhaps why he never made an actual appearance in season 4.
** Sergeant Hatred is another notable example of this.
* Blunk from ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' is probably the most hated character. Essentially a combination of Slimer, Gollum, and a filthy, dumpster-diving bum, exactly how he fits into a magical girl show was never explained, nor was exactly whom he was intended to please. Also, while the show had many original characters added, most had bit parts; Blunk was essentially a CreatorsPet by the end of it. It really says something when a character voiced by SteveBlum receives so much hatred.
* ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'': While he does have some kind of fanbase, if you ask anybody who their least favorite character (or at least protagonist) is, chances are they'll say Omi for his egotistical behavior amongst many other negative qualities. Omi often acts like he's better than his friends just because he was at the Xiaolin Temple before they were and while he is the best in terms of physical martial arts, he's actually the worst in terms of using his mind due to his impulsiveness leading him to have many NiceJobBreakingItHero moments such as using a shen gong wu to save Master Fung even though he was entering a parallel dimension that he had no knowledge of and using said shen gong wu caused him to turn evil. There's also his treatment of Raimundo starting with the last episode of season 1 where he continuously bragged about how Raimundo was the only one who didn't make it to Apprentice which caused Raimundo to join the dark side. Even worse is that even when all 4 monks go from Apprentice to Wudai Warrior, Omi still treats Rai like the low man on the totem pole.
** Take Omi, ratchet his voice up even higher than normal, slap on a pair of dumb green glasses and some Fanboy traits, and presto! You have ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinChronicles'' derided Ping-Pong.
* ''WesternAnimation/XMen'':
** The animated series from TheNineties had Jubilee, who seemed to exist solely to give it a "teen" viewpoint.
** Warlock from the "Phalanx Covenant" story arc. He was just an annoying voice attached to a silly alien belief structure that was reminiscent of nothing moreso than Rolf from ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''.
* Spyke in ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men Evolution}}'' was an example of the crew's attempts to bring in a brand new X-Men character for the series who would be the "epitome of cool." This failed ''so'' badly (with almost all of the fans being irritated by his [[TotallyRadical "cool lingo"]] and overall skater persona) that he was PutOnABus halfway through season 3, having experienced further growth of his "spikes" to the point where he looked more like an armadillo than a kid, he ran away to live with the Morlocks in the [[AbsurdlySpaciousSewer underground sewer system]]. It didn't ''really'' help matters that he had basically the same powers as a relatively well-known Morlock from [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} the comics]], Marrow, although WordOfGod says this was a complete accident.
-->''Yo Rogue, why don't you shed them gloves and give K-Girl a tiny tap?"''
** Boom-Boom when she first joined The Brotherhood.
** Iceman, to some, and the New Mutants in general.
* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'': Lagoon Boy. First off he's a ReplacementScrappy for [[spoiler:FaceHeelTurn Aqualad]]. Secondly, [[spoiler:[[DieForOurShip he's Megan]]'s new boyfriend]]. Third, he's incredibly annoying and an incredibly FlatCharacter. Fourth, his powers ''suck''. About the best that can be said is that [[IntendedAudienceReaction we're probably supposed to dislike him]], given how the rest of the cast reacts when he's around.
** Miss Martian received this reception in season 1 for her ditziness and annoying catchphrase ("Hello, Megan!"), while in season 2 she was seen as a Scrappy for her DarkerAndEdgier personality and her willingness to abuse her mind-probing powers.
** Arsenal. [[spoiler: Attacking what as far as the public knew was a lab trying to fight world hunger? And then not even apologizing when called out on it by Robin? Yeah...[[SarcasmMode really earned you points here]].]] He's also a ReplacementScrappy for Red Arrow, and a walking reminder of post-Cry for Justice Roy Harper, an infamous DorkAge.
* If you talk to any fan of Disney's ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians: The Series'', one character they will all agree on hating is Lieutenant Pug. He is a villain that the pups are capable of physically speaking with, acting like that certain hated teacher. This has the potential for comedy, but because Lt. Pug is handled so poorly, he doesn't push the viewers' right buttons and everyone basically hates him for the wrong reasons--his loud voice and pushy mannerisms make him seem like a military school commander mixed with the most annoying trolls people meet on an Internet message board. He is just not likable, he is not funny, hell he's not even ''appealing'' at all. When you factor in he just doesn't add anything to the show that makes viewers hate him more.
** Swamp Rat qualifies for this also because of how he effectively TookALevelInJerkass in practically every appearance he was in, though he at least comes off as more watchable than Pug.
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