Their levels of jerkassery range from "completely evil jerkass" to "sympathetic Jerkass Woobie." The most obvious in the former category are Magic Man, Xergiok, and the Tree Witch. Magic Man inflicts Body Horror galore on innocent people and turns a bird inside-out, Xergiok spends most of his time SPANKING his subjects, and the Tree Witch actually tries to suck the protagonist Jake into her ass. (Makes Just as Much Sense in Context). The Ice King and Lemongrab are very sympathetic characters thanks to their mental/emotional problems, but they're still jerks. The Ice King is senile and actually a decent guy, but seriously; he NEEDS to stop kidnapping princesses. That's just impolite. And Lemongrab isn't evil—just maladjusted, but he doesn't empathize with people easily, and he sends everybody to the dungeon for a million years.
Recent episodes have made the Ice King even more sympathetic. Major Adventure Time spoilers ahead! The crown he wears is destroying his memory and his sanity. Before he became the Ice King, he was an antiques dealer named Simon Petrikov. Due to his deepening insanity, the love of his life, a woman named Betty, left him. The only thing he kinda-sorta remembers about her is his nickname for her: Princess.
Oddly enough, the other Jerkasses have been developed further as well. Upon his banishment and losing his eyes, Xergiok reinvented himself and became a peace-loving friend of the birds. He briefly went back to his old, spanking ways before realizing that his bird friends were being hurt in the process. Xergiok ultimately decided to stay on the side of good. Magic Man, while still a jerkass, apparently went evil after losing the love of his life. Lemongrab redeemed himself after Bubblegum created Lemongrab 2, finally having someone who understood him. Then both Lemongrabs tried to use the Candy Kingdom to create more lemon people. After that mess cleared up, it looked like all the lemon people would stay on the straight and narrow... before Lemongrab 1 became more and more corrupt until he goes full on dictator on the lemon people. Even Lemongrab 2 ends up being eaten alive.
Allen Gregory: The titular Allen is heavy on this. He displays narcissism in spades, disregards his sister's emotions and well being, puts his needs and wants ahead of others, and completely disrespects his father's life partner for no apparent reason. Allen is only a 7 year old boy! It also doesn't help that Allen's father displays the exact same behavior to his life partner and his daughter. Because he is the main protagonist, this lead to Designated Hero.
Stan Smith is a huge jerkass right from the get-go. Among Stan's crueler schemes include framing his wife for murder so she wouldn't tell him "I told you so", concocting an elaborate revenge plan against a car salesman, which results in the family almost going broke (and Hayley being forced into prostitution to get money for them) and evicting the entirety of the neighborhood so they wouldn't make fun of him.
Steve's Japanese friend Toshi, to a lesser extent than some of the others on this show. He's always insulting Steve to his face, but is too cowardly to say it in a language Steve can actually understand, so he automatically assumes he's complimenting him. Toshi is shown to understand English perfectly (and even spoke it on two occasions), but never uses it.
Toshi's mom: What? Why are you speaking Japanese? I don't even speak Japanese.
Many one-off villains were huge jerks, so the Warners, Slappy Squirrel, and the writers could do whatever they wanted without being or feeling like the villains. Daniel Boone in "Branimaniacs" goes to Wile E Coyote lengths to evict Slappy from her tree in order to cut it down for the front door of a log cabin. "Daniel Boone was a great big jerk, yeees, a stupid jeeerk! He had another dumb plan that more than likely wouldn't work."
Sterling Archer is a perfect example of this, as he is completely unrepentant, self-centered and rude to every other character on the show.
Malory Archer's jerkass tendencies range from enjoying watching her son be electrocuted in the pilot, to being proud that six pigmies died cutting down an endangered tree to make her a fancy coffee table. Oh, and she also murdered a cleaning crew for forming a union.
Mallory (after an elevator audibly crashes): How's that for bread and roses?
Edie, Pam's sister, may be the Most Triumphant Example for Western Animation. Imagine a female version of Eric Cartman... she's believe it or not far more nasty and vile, to the point halfway through her sole episode she begins running out of insults and has trouble coming up with hurtful things to say.
Beta Bitch Miranda. While her friend Courtney genuinely means well, Miranda goes out of her way to lure the protagonist and her friends into embarrassing, horrible situations, and to steal the protagonist's love interests for herself seemingly just to spite her.
Mipsy is even worse than Miranda. Not only does she put on a pretense of politeness when Miranda doesn't, she has actively slandered other people before, even knowing they would get suspension or expulsion.
Joanne Bishop. Her biggest offense is probably badmouthing Carl in front of Ginger, then lashing out at Ginger when she defends her brother.
Zuko is this at the beginning, before he gets a backstory and is revealed to be a Jerk with a Heart of Gold. Toph and Sokka have their moments as well, but the biggest jerkass in the series has to be Zhao, who is an insufferable Smug Snake who taunts someone in the cruelest ways possible in each of his appearances. Oh, and he killed the moon. Guess what happens no less than five minuteslater...
Katara takes a level in jerkass in the final season. She has a meaner disposition at times and lets her emotions get the best of her, culminating in her telling Sokka that he didn't love their mother as much as she did when he tries convincing her not to go after their mother's murderer. Her treatment of Zuko, while slightly justified due to his initial failure to pull a Heel–Face Turn in the second season finale, is still rather nasty and blatantly mean-spirited.
Batman: The Animated Series: Detective Bullock seemed rough around the edges, and his main claim to fame was merely distrusting Batman. Then he got his Day in the Limelight and spent it proving that he was nothing short of an asshole. A reporter offered him help figuring out who tried to kill him, but had work to do and asked him to wait a half hour before she showed him whatever he needed to see. Bullock decides to break into her office and dig through the files like a burglar instead of just waiting like he agreed to. It's even because of his obnoxious behaviour (and not as he thought, by simply being a cop) that his life gets targeted ( his landlord couldn't stand him anymore) but he gains some sympathy by being genuinely thankful to Batman for saving his life despite his strong dislike for him. So yeah, it's hard to earn his respect but if you do, he's at least tolerable: just ask Montoya, Gordon and his daughter who he is downright nice to.
The title characters are obnoxious jerks who like to cause chaos and mischief for their own amusement, especially Butt-Head, due to his consistent tormenting and abuse of Beavis.
Coach Buzzcut is a Sadist Teacher who likes to threaten his students with violence. He even once demanded his class to beat up a new transfer student.
Todd, a high-school dropout who spends most of his time beating up people and threatening them for their money.
Muddy and Dallas Grimes, two criminals who try to use Beavis and Butthead to blow up the White House.
Principal McVicker often goes beyond reason when dealing with troubled students such as sending death threats and he even fired Mr. Van Dreissen when he tried to report him to the schoolboard district for filling in Beavis' standardized test for him to cheat them for a pension.
The Crazy Old Farmer, who tried to kill Beavis and Butthead just for trespassing on his lawn.
Harry Sachz is an ill-tempered man with a history of crime and violence.
Bubsy: In the animated pilot episode based off of the video game series, the title character is an arrogant, obnoxious jerk who nearly brings about the end of the world through his carelessness. In the games, he is merely a wisecracking do-gooder.
Camp Lazlo: The first is Edward who proves everything is not better with platypi. He is a pessimistic, arrogant, and short-tempered fellow, who unlike most Squidward-typecharacters openly goes out to torment other campers (usually Lazlo, Samson, or the Squirrel Scouts). Some episodes imply though that this bullying is caused by how his older brothers do this to him on a regular basis. Lumpus is the second. He is apathetic to the camp's poor conditions, selfish, greedy, and downright mean to the Bean Scouts. Several episodes have shown that the only reason why he likes being scoutmaster is because of the power. Once again, he is also the show's primaryButt Monkey.
ChalkZone: Reggie Bullnerd and Mr. Wilter. The former is a bully who picks on Rudy and always tries to steal his chalk, while the latter is a no-nonsense Sadist Teacher who hates his students showing creative expression.
The Cleveland Show: Rallo is a jerk to his older brother, Cleveland Jr., often tormenting him occasionally. Cleveland, while not as bad as Peter or Stan, has acted like more of a self-serving jerk in this show. Roberta is a Bratty Teenage Daughter.
Code Monkeys: Dave, Todd and Mr. Larrity. Dave is a messy, rude, irresponsible pervert who's constantly stoned and it's a real wonder that Jerry is still willing to associate himself with the guy. Todd is a mixture between a jerkass and Small Name, Big Ego. Mr. Larrity is a maniacal, money-hungry, nutjob who would think nothing of selling his own employees to further his own twisted ambitions.
Chicken is quite a jerkass, he even once refused to take a a bath and caused his family a lot of discomfort from not being able to use what is apparently their only bathroom, grinning as he sits and lays back listening to their cries to hurry up. (When was the last time you had to really really really need to use the bathroom and were a bit away from one? It's really a horrible feeling.)
The Red Guy, who spends most of his time harassing Cow and Chicken, and also Baboon and Weasel. His biggest moment is in the episode, "Dirty Laundry" where he forces Chicken to spread lies about the others, such as putting rats in the school lunch, and giving Flem and Earl female middle names, which he knows is illegal, but does it anyways with no regard for what happens to them.
Danny Phantom: The quintessential Jerk Jock Dash Baxter. His preferred hobby is harassing Danny, and he often goes out of his way to make Danny's life hell.
Dan Vs.: Dan. Sometimes the targets of his vengeance are even worse jerks, so much so that Dan looks heroic in comparison, but other times, they're innocent people who accidentally set him off, and he makes no distinction between the two.
Duck Dodgers: The titular character is a major jerk, aided by the fact that he's "played by Daffy Duck". Moments of jerkassery include:
In the episode "The Queen is Wild", the Martian Queen, jilted by Dodgers on what was to be their wedding night, and now seeking her vengeance, has Dodgers's damaged ship in her sights and could finish him off in that instant. However, she still has feelings for him, and hesitates. Rather than use this affection to mend fences, Dodgers has his ship swing around and cripple hers.
In another episode, Dodgers is said to have sold the Cadet's sister to a sausage factory.
Roger Klotz in both the Nickelodeon and Disney versions. Roger started out as a stock bully, but by the end of the Nickelodeon series he seemed to be one of Doug's friends, albeit a selfish and irritating friend. Doug's narration acknowledges this in the episode where Roger is bullied by newcomer Percy Femur: "Roger may be annoying, but Mr. Bone's nephew was just plain mean."
Mr. Bone fits this trope but mostly because he often has deal with the student body since Principal Buttsavitch is rarely seen.
Mayor Bob White is one as well. He does little to help the community with their problems and instead has at times, polluted the city with fliers to vote for him, gotten the media to portray Porkchop as a vicious dog, when he was just trying to keep Bebe away from the thin ice, and gotten a teacher fired because they didn't vote for his son Willie.
Mr. Bone's nephew, Percy Femur is probably the worst one on the show. While Roger is an obnoxious bully, Percy is a sadistic brute who gets a lot of joy out of bullying Roger.
Drawn Together: The entire cast has jerkass tendencies, especially Captain Hero and Clara. That being said, the characters are really no worse than the reality television 'stars' they parody.
Dungeons & Dragons: Eric spent most of the series wavering between jerkass and Jerk with a Heart of Gold. He frequently got the team into trouble through his whining and attempts to become the leader. He once left them entirely to marry a beautiful queen, though he came back eventually... but only after learning his bride-to-be was really a hideous monster in disguise. At the same time, he was the only character to successfully guilt trip Dungeon Master over his gratuitously enigmatic ways, and at some point he was fully ready to make an Heroic Sacrifice to send his friends home and battle Venger.
Eddy is arrogant, scams his peers, is full of himself and likes to think that he's better than everyone else on the show, and fans wonder why him and his friends get the living shit beaten out of them sometimes. It is revealed in The Movie that Eddy's jerkish behavior is all just a Jerkass Façade since he thought that acting like his brother would make him look cool to all the other kids. In the end Eddy realizes that being a jerkass was what was keeping him from being popular and tearfully laments that he'll never learn his lesson. Cue the one of the show's only, and most triumphant, Crowning Moment of Heartwarming.
Kevin is the Jerk Jock who always insults the title characters. In one episode he finds out Eddy's middle name after finding his wallet and threatens to tell the other kids, but promises to not tell if Eddy does everything he says. Eddy does so. Kevin tells them anyway, and his "excuse" is "Oops! I forgot!"
Ed's little sister Sarah is a violent, manipulative Bratty Half-Pint that frequently abuses her brother physically and verbally on a scale only slightly lower than what Eddy suffers from his brother.
The Kankers love to bully and force-kiss the Eds and rarely get punished for their actions.
The worst of them is Eddy's brother. He beats down on his own brother and Double D in a manner that makes the cul-de-sac kids and the freaking Kankers feel disgusted. And he proudly admits that he has always beaten up Eddy his entire life.
A vast majority of episode plots, especially in the later seasons, are derived from Timmy and Cosmo's ridiculously portrayed jerkass tendencies in conjunction with the two perpetually holding the Idiot Ball.
Vicky. She's a mean, evil babysitter who only acts nice around adults. She takes sadistic pleasure into torturing Timmy and her little sisterTootie. Her bullying is so bad that Timmy was declared the most miserable kid on Earth. Her Freudian Excuse doesn't cut it either.
Tad and Chad, the two popular guys, always pick on people who aren't like them.
Cupid, who organizes a Scavenger Hunt to trick people into doing his own shopping.
Family Guy: almost EVERY CHARACTER (at least since the show's 2005 revival) has been, at one time, self-centered, nasty, snarky, and insane. Some notable examples:
Peter Griffin. However, he actually started out as a Jerk with a Heart of Gold who often made stupid and selfish decisions, yet he would've done anything for his kids that he believed was good for them, especially Meg. After the show came back, however, he transformed into an abusive asshat who openly hates Meg for no reason, both physically and verbally abusing her. He even puts his other family members in danger without caring what would happen to them, such as when he jumped out of their car to watch a movie in a van leading to the rest of the family's near death, and then proceeds to admonish Lois when she points out how stupid and selfish he is. Not to mention the numerous times he's assaulted people over incredibly minor and ridiculous disputes (his feud with Ernie The Giant Chicken is just the tip of the iceberg) While the writers appeared to shift him back slightly to his earlier persona during Seasons 8 and 10, when Meg finally tossed their jerkass behavior back into his and Lois's face (in "Seahorse Seashell Party"), he was able to shake off all of Meg's accusations that he was a total ass to everybody, and unlike Lois, had no self-awareness of his behavior. As mentioned above, Peter also doesn't respond well to criticism when it just so happens that everyone who has come forth and called him out on his actions have very legitimate complaints, which he outright ignores.
Lois, during the recent seasons, has had Flanderization moments that have degraded her from a loving mother and wife to acting like an abusive shrew, especially towards Meg and Peter. This is most notable in "Stew-Roids", where after listen to Meg cry over the party being held downstairs, she gives up, tosses her a Sylvia Plath novel and a bottle of Ambien, stating "Whatever happens, happens". This means she could care less if her own daughter died.
Connie, an Alpha Bitch character from Meg's school is an absolute bitch to Meg, and continues to bully her even after Meg showed her the cuts she deliberately gave herself as a result of Connie's cruel mistreatment towards her. To balance things out however, she also falls victim to a rather Disproportionate Retribution by another Jerkass character in the majority of her appearances (her bullying seems kinda low-scale when you consider she has been brutally beaten twice over, framed for pedophilia by Stewie and sexually harassed by both Peter and Quagmire).
Brian. Much like Peter and Lois, he became one through Flanderization. He has an ego the size of Texas, bashes everything that does not agree with him, told Meg that there is no God because she does not have a good life, and is a Know-Nothing Know-It-All that makes everybody that seems to have a lower IQ look like idiots. And in Season 12, he goes to an even bigger low by deliberately giving Stewie and Chris herpes as a joke, and Quagmire's "Reason You Suck" Speech is a perfect description of how his character gradually degenerated:
"You are the worst person I know. You constantly hit on your best friend's wife; the man pays for your food and rescued you from certain death and this is how you repay him? And to add insult to injury, you defecate all over his yard. (getting angrier) And you're such a sponge. You pay for nothing. You're always like. "Ooh, I'll get you later," but later never comes. And what really bothers me is you pretend that you're this deep guy that loves women for their souls, but all you do is date bimbos. Yeah, I date women for their bodies, but at least I'm honest about it! I don't buy them a copy of Catcher in the Rye and then lecture them with some seventh-grade interpretation about how Holden Caulfield is a profound intellectual. He wasn't. He was a SPOILED BRAT! And that's why you like him so much: he's YOU! GOD, you're pretentious! (brimming with indignation) And you delude yourself by thinking you're a great writer, even though you're terrible. You know, I shoulda known Cheryl Tiegs didn't write me that note. She woulda known there's no "A" in the word "definite!" And what I think I hate most about you is your textbook liberal agenda. How we should (mockingly) "Legalize Pot, maaan..." How big business is crushing the underclass; how homelessness is the biggest tragedy in America. Well what have YOU done to help?! I work down at the soup kitchen, Brian... never seen YOU down there! You wanna help? GRAB A LADLE! And by the way, driving a Prius does not make you Jesus Christ. Oh, WAIT! You don't believe in Jesus Christ, or any religion for that matter, because (mockingly) "religion is for idiots." Well who the HELL are YOU to talk down to anyone?! You failed college TWICE, which isn't nearly as bad as your failure as a father — how's that son of yours you never see? But you know what? I could forgive all of that... all of it... if you weren't such a BORE. That's the worst of it, Brian. You're just a big, sad, alcoholic BORE. Well, see ya later, Brian. Thanks for the fucking steak!"
Of course, Quagmire himself is the dead last person to talk. He sounded like a hypocrite given that he's done far worse things than Brian ever has, most of the time he's a heartless sex hound who will do anything to take advantage of almost any woman and he's abandoned who knows how many kids. Also sometimes his own hatred for Brian crosses over into Disproportionate Retribution, like when he beat up Brian for sleeping with his transgender father (something which Brian was completely unaware of).
Carter is one of the biggest Jerks in the show. He has enslaved his employees (especially the African-American ones), is cruel to Peter (even though, as said above, it's not like he does not deserve it time and again), and acts horribly to his own daughter, Lois (which may have had an impact on Lois turning into a jerk in later seasons) in addition to abandoning his son Patrick after he had a nervous breakdown. He even cured cancer and refused to release it to the public, even after Lois made an emotional speech about the ethical ramifications. He is essentially a richer, white-collar version of Peter.
Jeff Fecalman from "Screams Of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q" manages to make all of those above seem freaking mild by comparison. He is what happens if the writers took Peter seriously: he beats his girlfriend (Brenda, Quagmire's sister) up constantly, and it can be assumed that he commits worse abuse on a regular basis. What makes this shocking is that Jeff is the first asshole in the show to be taken dead seriously and he winds up getting Killed Off for Real.
Mental Mike from "A Fistful Of Meg", who like Jeff is a sadistic brute played seriously. He gets pleasure out of brutally abusing other people and he even tries to kill Meg, just because she accidentally got food on his jacket. And like Jeff, he also gets Killed Off for Real.
Chris is starting to turn into one. He is more cynical and a Deadpan Snarker and often joins Peter and Lois when it comes to abusing Meg.
Bloo becomes a bigger jerk each week, though he seemed to be leveling off at the end. However, in a subversion, it is explained that the others (or at least, the management) only put up with this because they have an obligation to, and are frequently glad to be rid of him. In the official comic-strips, he's at least a bit less jerky and more lovable in general. As in the pilot TV-movie. The TV movie (where Wilt is trying to find his original creator) implies that the "negative" aspects of the imaginary friends are an unconscious Secret Test of Character for their kids: Wilt's Extreme Doormat-ness encouraged his boy to be a better sportsman (I think) while Eduardo's meekness made his girl - a future policewoman who dreamed him up to be her protector - be more courageous. Thus, Bloo's Jerkassness shows Mac how not to treat his friends everybody.
Mac's older brother Terrance (makes his little brother's life hell), Dutchess (thankless, demanding, and arrogant), Jackie Khones (Bloo 2.0 basically), and Mr. Herriman (apathetic to the house's problems and almost tyrannical in management).
Bender. In "A Pharaoh to Remember", Bender, Leela and Fry are trapped on a ancient Egyptian planet where Bender encourages the overseers to whip the slaves (which include Leela and Fry) more and work them harder. This goes on to where he starts ordering people worked to death to construct a monument to himself. Bender's callousness reached such extremes at times it led even the Robot Devil himself to be taken aback.
Zapp Brannigan. He sends waves after waves of his men to their deaths, often sits back whilst doing so, and is a sexist pig who has manipulated women into bed with him.
The Professor himself agrees when Fry describes him as a "senile, amoral crackpot". He gleefully sends the crew to very dangerous missions (many of his previous employees died because of this). The Sting shows he's sent multiple crews on the same mission and each time they died.
Leo and Inez Wong. Not only are they greedy, and self-centered ranch/casino owners who frequently mistreat the native Martians who have to work for them. Not to mention their treatment of Amy, which only starts with them always being happy to remind her how tubby she used to be just to make her miserable. Leo himself is one of the villains for the movie "Into the wild Green Yonder" where he tries to wipe out 12% of the milky way for a miniature golf course.
Goof Troop: Pete. His hobbies include screwing over his neighbor—including taking credit for things his neighbor did and getting his neighbor in trouble for things he did—taking away everything he can get his hands on from all the people around him, acting like he's ungrateful for his wife whether he is or not, being rude and insulting to everyone except usually his daughter and sometimes his wife, scamming people out of their money at his Honest John's Dealership, lying to people in order to get them to do his bidding, being a Hypocrite, and deliberately mistreating his son in myriad ways including but not limited to treating him (and occasionally his friend, too) like a slave. This is what is done with his character in a series where the setting means he can't be a "villain" in the traditional sense.
The Author/ Stan's brother is revealed to be a pretty big jerk; he allows his brother to be disowned for accidentally ruining his project, even though it was an accident and may not have been his fault at all. He doesn't contact him again for another ten years. When he comes, Stanley assumes he called for him in order to set up a reconciliation, but all he wants is to make Stanley take care of a menial task for him, even wording the request in such a way so as to raise his hopes and then send them crashing back down. Finally, when Stanley points out it would be much easier to simply burn the journal he flips out because it contains his research even though he doesn't want anyone to ever see it anyway. That's the last straw, starting a fight that gets him accidentally sent to another dimension. When Stanley devotes the next thirty years of his life to getting his brother back, he doesn't even get a thank you for his efforts. Instead, Stanford tells him he has until the end of summer to get off his property. Stanley agrees on the condition that Stanford keep away from the twins, because he doesn't want them in danger since they're the only family he has left. Since his initial appearance, however, the show has Deconstructed his nature as a Jerkass somewhat. Many of his most dickish moments are due to Poor Communication Kills and thirty years dimension-hopping basically destroyed his social skills. Not to mention that when he comes back he has legitimate concerns that The End of the World as We Know It is coming. He later shows a soft side towards Dipper and really cares for him. The end picture is a flawed individual with a good heart, left bitter by the circumstances of his life.
The Northwest family, Gravity Falls' wealthiest bloodline and one that built their home and family foundation on lying, cheating, and stealing. They teach it to their children and commemorate their evil deeds in painting form. Pacifica is the only exception to the rule.
Mandy is an outright Villain Protagonist who constantly belittles Billy and Grim, her supposed "best friends," and treats them like her slaves. In one episode, where Billy and Grim put the cursed Mask of the Beast on her in an attempt to force her to be nice to them, it's shown that even trying to do the simplest of nice things for someone is nearly impossible for Mandy, to the extent that she finds it physically difficult just to say "please."
Mindy, the school's local Alpha Bitch, constantly torments Mandy in a verbal manner (In fact, her catchphrase is "LOSER!") and taking it all in stride. Thankfully, she's also one of the show's regular victims of whatever supernatural power is at hand in the episode.
In the first season, Harold was an obnoxious bully that loved to mock and push around Arnold. Though he's become more of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold in later seasons.
Sid and Stinky sometimes. Sid is a paranoid Large Ham that overreacts to everything and usually needs Arnold to dig him out, while Stinky will usually join Sid and/or Harold in making fun of someone whenever something horrible happens. Their worst moment was in ''Arnold Betrays Iggy' when they find out Iggy wears bunny pajamas, tell the whole school and community, have Arnold blamed for it, then as Arnold tries to get Iggy's forgiveness, he has to walk out in public in bunny pajamas while Sid and Stinky laugh and take pictures. Worst of all, they get away with it.
Iggy was a huge jerk to Arnold for refusing to accept Arnold's apology for having everything go wrong and hold a grudge for months, and later having Arnold humiliate himself so he can be off the hook.
Arguably the biggest one on the show is Curly, who's constantly stalking his crush, Rhonda, and causing all sorts of chaos for his amusement.
House of Mouse: Mortimer Mouse has always been a total douchebag in all Mickey Mouse cartoons that feature him. His jerkassery is especially notable in the Mickey MouseWorks shorts. House of Mouse reused a lot of those shorts in between the show's framing device of Mickey and his friends running an entertainment club. Mortimer pretty much devotes all his time to trying to make Mickey look like a fool and attempting to get into Minnie's pants even though she is clearly only in love with Mickey. In fact, the MouseWorks short "Mickey's Rival Returns" had him make the dick move of convincing Minnie that Mickey only sees her as a trophy, while the House of Mouse episode "Mickey and the Culture Clash" had him manipulate Mickey and Minnie into breaking up and nearly succeeding.
Lucius' father Lucius Heinous VI is eviler than his son. He wouldn't even give Lucius VII cake on his birthday and flooded the entire city for fun when he got unfrozen for the first time in years.
Justice League: Aquaman takes his role as King of Atlantis very seriously to the point of all out xenophobia, such as torpedoing a U.S. Navy submarine and being perfectly willing to let its crew drown. He gets better with some help from the Justice League, but he's still very much a jerk.
Many characters most notably Hank's racist Laotian neighbor, Khan, who just wants to show up Hank, and Hank's racist, misogynist father, Cotton, who outright refused to tell his son he loved him. Even on his deathbed. To be fair to Khan, there are times that he shows that he isn't a complete Jerkass. Cotton is certainly the worse one. Kahn is also revealed to be bipolar, making him more of a Jerkass Woobie.
Peggy believes herself to be superior to everyone she knows in every way, and uses it as an excuse to talk down to, insult and generally be a total dick to everyone around her. Almost everyone she meets outside the main cast quickly grow to dislike her and within the main cast it is heavily implied, if not outright stated, that they don't like her and only associate with her due to living right by her or by proxy of Hank. Dale has bluntly stated he hates her, Bill is in love with her (he is shown to have masochistic tendencies), and Boomhauer is never actually shown speaking to her. When involved in a competition that she will likely lose, rather than admit defeat she will almost always make sure that everyone loses (regardless of how unlikely she is to win from the get go) or lie, back stab, blackmail or use any other unethical or illegal means to give herself the win.
Dale counts for his belligerent heckling of his friends, among other things.
Hank has his moments of being a jerkass. Particularly when he's confronted by things he doesn't understand (which is quite a large list). Or when Bobby has hobbies and interests that he doesn't agree with (which tends to overlap with the 'things he doesn't understand' list).
Michigan J. Frog has been a Jerkass for his entire existence, screwing around with people by singing and dancing, and then making them look crazy by acting like a normal frog when they try to get other people to see it. Later on, his jerkass tendencies got even stronger in Tiny Toon Adventures, where he taunts (in song) a turtle trying to get away from Elmyra, and as mascot for The WB, where, in early promos, he'd straight up insult the viewers while praising the WB as an escape from their crappy lives. And he's hilarious.
Yosemite Sam. He was created largely to get the audience to root for Bugs.
Plenty of one/two shot characters are this, too. Ali Bama, Giovanni Jones, Bruno The Bear, and Hercules The Construction Worker to name a few.
Megas XLR: Jamie has all of two Pet the Dog moments in the entire series. It is often implied that he brings absolutely nothing to the table in his friendship with Coop, and that he has no skills of his own, yet despite that he is a jerk with a superiority complex who insults his comrades, hits on women, and schemes for his own profit.
Moral Orel: Clay, the main character Orel's father, who is initially viewed (at least in Orel's eyes) in a sympathetic (or at least tolerable) light, but is ultimately a pathetic, blundering, selfish jackass who even crosses the Moral Event Horizon at one point or another. His "crowning moment" of jerkassery and Moral Event Horizon was when he drunkenly shot Orel on a hunting trip and proceeded to blame it on Orel with a series of unconnected lies. He stood there insulting Orel to bring him down, ending with him starting to walk away, turning around and saying "And I'm GLAD I shot you!".
Mr. Bogus: Ratty combines this trope with You Dirty Rat. Could might as well be Justified, since he's always trying to one up Bogus with little to no success and more often than not will treat his sidekick Mole like dirt.
Muppet Babies: There were times when Skeeter could become a huge jerkass rival to Piggy. Two big examples are when she gleefully watches Piggy get blamed for a snack theft she and brother Scooter actually did, and when the group puts on a performance of "Snow White" and she forces Piggy to be the Evil Queen while she plays Snow White (which includes getting a kiss from Kermit, no less).
Discord, of the Jerkass Gods variety, being the malevolent spirit of chaos, loves to corrupt other ponies for sheer entertainment. And he's hilarious too. Being an expy of Q (even being played by the same actor) Discord veers into Affably Evil. As of Season 3, Discord has been officially reformed. However, he still seems every bit the jerkass. The only reason he unfreezes Applejack's farm is for Fluttershy's sake (Rather than because it's the right thing to do, or to save the Apple family), and even in the end he promises to only use his magic for good, but then mumbles "Most of the time..."
The Flim-Flam brothers, traveling sales ponies nonpareil.
Bon-Bon seems to be a bit of a jerkass. Whether she's avenging herself on Apple Bloom for an attempted scam by demanding every apple from the stand for free, pretending not to know Rarity because she's not the now-famous Fluttershy, or bullying the latter like many others at times. she can be really unpleasant though most of Bon-Bon's actions were either speculations or were justified.
The teenage dragons from Dragon Quest.
Trixie initially was a jerk flank during 'Boast Busters' and the majority of 'Magic Duel'. An egotistical, showboating narcissist, she was the Shadow Archetype of Twilight Sparkle, Rarity and RainbowDash. However, Magic Duel's epilogue showed a redeemed Trixie almost renouncing her former ways. Then she promptly referred to herself as "The Great and Apologetic Trixie", showing she's still got Jerkass tendencies.
Gilda was quite literally the original jerk of the show in Griffon the Brush Off. An arrogant, crude griffon and a former friend of Rainbow Dash, she was actually a Shadow Archetype of both RainbowDash and PinkiePie who was cruel to most everypony else, especially Fluttershy. However, her return in The Lost Treasure of Griffonstone gave her more sympathetic points and revealed she is actually more of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, eventually making amends to both Dash and Pinkie after saving their lives.
9: 1 and 8 are both this. 1 is a commanding coward who sends 2 to his death because he is old and weak, while 8 follows his every whim and brutishly mistreats the others, particularly 9. Both are redeemed somewhat: 8, by having the funniest scene in the movie, by getting "high" by putting a magnet to his head, and 1, more seriously, in a Heroic Sacrifice to save 9 and help destroy the Fabricator. Redemption Equals Death in both cases.
Numb Chucks: Buford is a complete asshole to nearly everyone and seems to hate Dilweed and Fungus. He won't even help his grandmother with the groceries because he's too lazy playing video games.
Peanuts: Lucy Van Pelt could be one of the pioneers of this trope as far as western animation is concerned. She truly believes that the world is ending any time Charlie Brown actually does something right. One of her worst acts is from "It's Your First Kiss Charlie Brown" near the middle during their football game they have to score a field goal in order to win the game and Charlie Brown begs her not to pull away the football which she had been doing throughout the game, she promises she won't and just as he's about to she pulls it away like usual costing them the game, later at the after party she mocks and yells at Charlie Brown like nearly everyone else even though the entire thing was HER FAULT in the first place.
Pelswick: Boyd, a bully who goes out of his way to pick on the paraplegic protagonist, even resorting to spying on him to catch him at something embarrassing for material. He has what appears to be an Even Evil Has Standards that prevents him from attacking Pelswick physically, but this embodies the same condescension Pelswick doesn't like from the people who have good intentions.
Deliberately averted. They kinda broke the "no idiots or jerks" policy with Suzy, though.
Peter the Panda.
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Peter the Panda? You were disassembling my Freezinator ray? While I was singing about my feelings? You! You're dead to me!
Doofenshmirtz's parents were not the nicest parents to Doof. They named their dog "Only Son", made HIM be the lawn gnome whilst NOT MOVING AN INCH, made him wear dresses, did not show up for his FREAKING BIRTH, did not let him swim in public pools, and only ignore him over his brother Roger.
Princess is this and a spoiled brat taken Up to Eleven. She has a disturbing Lack of Empathy for a kindergarten-aged girl, throws temper tantrums to her "daddy" when she doesn't get her way and when someone says "no" to her, and doesn't hesitate to step on people to get what she wants, and then she wonders why she is never allowed to be a Powerpuff girl.
Mike Birkowski from the episode, Cop Out is a lazy and selfish cop who gets fired for those reasons, then acts like a major Hypocrite by blaming the Powerpuff Girls for stealing all the work from hard-working cops, considering the fact he would just eat donuts, and sitting around.
Dick Hardly was an even bigger example. The guy starts off as a jerk and then turns into a monster. The guy tricks the girls into giving him Chemical X to create knockoff girls so he can make more money. When he was comfronted by the girls for his stunt, he swallows the Chemical X and turns into a monster, and then attempts to drain the chemincal x from the girls, while the professor is watching them die. He was the only villain on the show to die.
Similar to Family Guy, there are a lot of jerkasses. Dijonay and Lacienega counts, as they double for Karma Houdini for receiving little consequences for being terrible friends to Penny, Wizard Kelly as well, as he makes even Mr. Burns a run for his money, Sugar Mama to Oscar, the talking baby, the Gross Sisters and Trudy, at times. Even Zoey, of all people, could be this to Penny.
Benson, in a "uptight boss" sense. He's kind of iffy, considering how incredibly stressed out he is. And let's face it, Mordecai and Rigby are pretty awful at their jobs. But he does constantly yell at them and sometimes threatens to fire them for stupid reasons.
Rigby is an even bigger one, as he's constantly slacking off and acting like a conceited manchild. Especially in the episode "Don", when his little brother, Don wants to know why Rigby is mean to him. Rigby straight up tells him, "You were born!"
While they do have some more Jerkass moments, a bigger jerkass in the show is Muscle Man... But he took a level in kindness to Jerk with a Heart of Gold, leaving Rigby as one of the biggest jackasses on the show.
Mr. Maellard is even worse than Benson. He's Benson's boss who often blames him for all the problems in the park, and refuses to take responsibility for any damages caused by Mordecai and Rigby; despite willingly paying for anything he breaks since he believes he's rich and can do so.
Kanawk from Robotix is an outright despicable individual. As if siding with the evil Terrakors isn't enough to make him vile, he also steals the already low supply of food from humans allied with the Protectons just to spite them!
Otto Rocket. He's arrogant, cocky, and so full of himself. He loves to brag about his skills and puts down anyone who is inferior to them. And when he's on the inferior side himself, he throws a hissy fit and refuses to admit that someone is better than him at something.
Reggie, while nowhere near Otto's level of jerkassness, has her moments where she can be just as insufferable.
Merv Stimpleton is another example of this, seeing as how ill-tempered he is during the four friends' shenanigans and cuts them and Ray very little slack.
And the biggest one of them all is Twister's older brother Lars, who not only picks on Twister, but is also just as much of a Competition Freak as Otto. Lars' gang could count as well.
Both Scooby and Velma have become repulsively oafish owing to their being in a Friend Versus Lover triangle with Shaggy as the apex. Although they usually only act that way when the triangle drives either the plot or sub-plot.
Mayor Jones puts local tourism first and the well-being of his son, Fred, a distant second. The town's main squeeze for tourism is when people dress up as monsters and cause property damage or even harm to others. By episode 13, you'll be expecting him to cross the Moral Event Horizon soon. And he does in episode 26.
Professor Pericles is even worse, he manipulates everyone else including Jones so he could serve the Niberu, including using slave labor and backstabbing his own gang for the treasure and murdering Hot Dog Water in cold blood
The Secret Show: Professor Professor fills this trope through his childish behavior, his penchant for pulling practical jokes in times of danger, never actually testing his highly dangerous inventions, always leaving out crucial information until the moment, or, oft times, after it's needed, and sending the agents out on random missions. The worst thing he's done is sent them to the "Bermuda Trapezoid" into a fight to the death which ended up with the agents almost being killed in a volcano, simply to get back the satellite that broadcasts his favorite show. However, he is such a fun character that it really doesn't end up mattering in the long run.
In the first 8 seasons, Homer was this in small doses. From Seasons 9-12, when Mike Scully ran the show, he was practically at 100% with this trope. Lampshaded again in "Mommy Beerest", Homer: "Dah duhh, that's me, Jerkass Homer".
Bart has slipped into jerkass territory as of late. While he has his share of mischief, he usually means no harm to the victims of his pranks and does try to make it up if it goes too far. Nowadays, Bart's pranks either are borderline physically harming people or completely overstep them and he does all for the sake of getting a cheap laugh or getting out of homework.
Lisa: Bart, you would really ruin Mom and Dad's marriage just to get out of a little homework? Bart: Hey, hey! I would end all life on this planet if it would get me out of learning fractions. Lisa: Fractions aren't so hard. All you have to do is find a lowest common denominator. For example, one-half plus one-third is four— Bart: End...All...Life...On...This...Planet!
Marge is hardly a saint either. One of the worst examples is Marge's line in the Season 17 episode "Bart Has Two Mommies" about Bart "sucking" at soccer. It really felt out of character and a horrible thing for Marge to say. It wouldn't have been as bad if we didn't then see Bart standing behind her, crying.
Lisa is prone to this at times, usually when she tries to force her own personal beliefs on everyone else.
Flanders became one in later seasons when he evolved from a kind god-loving neighbor into a religious hypocrite who openly mocked other religions but wouldn't take any criticism himself.
Helen Lovejoy, who's always criticizing Homer and Marge and is often gossiping and snooping on others, while doing nothing to help them.
Comic Book Guy, who's a snobby and overweight shopkeeper of the Andriod's Dungeon, a comic book store that Bart often shops at. He overprices his comics, insults others that aren't of his IQ level, and even acts like a jerk to Bart and Milhouse even after they saved his life from a heart attack.
The entire town can be a town full of jerkasses. This is lampshaded in "The Boys of Bummer" episode in a billboard that says "Meaniest City in America."
The show has tons of jerks with the most well-known being, Eric Cartman. Possibly his Crowning Moment of Jerkassery: spending a huge inheritance on an amusement park, refusing to open it to the public, then running TV advertisements telling everyone that they can't come. Cartman examples could fill several pages, but the episode "Awesome-O" really stands out. Butters generally treats Cartman at least better than Stan and Kyle (though he has admitted not liking him much) and has never actively done anything to hurt him, or anybody. For no reason other than having material to humiliate Butters with (because he seems to get a kick out of taking advantage of Butters' naiveté), Cartman pretends to be Butters' new robot friend to find out his secrets. He doesn't feel guilty about it at any point either. That particular scheme however, backfired in several ways.
Stan's dad Randy was Flanderized into one as seasons passed, devolving into a spoilt, irrational Man Child who often disregards his son to erupt into chaos over everything.
Kyle's dad Gerald can be one. Being a lawyer has given him several other opportunities to choose the side that pays better over his own son, and he's been a jerk in other ways on occasion (like in "Smug Alert").
Kyle's mom Sheila at times. Her overzealous attempts to make a "safer environment" for the town's kids involving starting a war with Canada and trying to kill Terrance and Phillip in cold blood. She can also be rather overbearing to her son, at times, to the point he is shown to be outright terrified of her.
Butters' grandma, as she bullies Butters for her amusement. This was deliberate, setting the message that people you might never suspect might be bullies - and the elderly are not exempt from being petty and cruel.
PC Principal, a politically incorrect frat boy who takes over as principal for South Park Elementary in Season 19. He's very violent and threatens anyone that disagrees with him with several weeks detention.
Spongebob often crosses the line from "lovable idiot" to what could only be described as "insane idiot", such as whipping the entire town into a mad panic over a butterfly, or (twice!) collecting every single citizen in town and locking them up. One episode has the town throw a "National No Spongebob Day", where everyone except Spongebob burns a giant wooden Spongebob and dances around the ashes. This trope is especially prominent in the post-movie episodes.
Mr. Krabs is an even bigger jerkass than Spongebob. He's wrecked Spongebob's house, eaten him when he was shipped back home after a failed attempt to infiltrate Pearl's slumber party, tried to tear a guy's arm off over a penny, stole a $1.25 secret ingredient and tried to frame Spongebob for it, and sold Spongebob's soul to the Flying Dutchman for 62 cents after Spongebob stood up for him. Even Squidward, who hates Spongebob enough to let it happen, called him out on the last one, not believing that Mr. Krabs could be THAT big of a jerkass, and Krabs himself realizes he went too far there and throws the money back. It only gets worse as the seasons go on where Krabs does anything in his power to get money even if it involves causing extreme misfortune for others (The Krabby Kronicle and The Krusty Sponge are prime examples of this) and let's not even get started on what Krabs does to Plankton in the later seasons. For the most part, the callousness of Mr Krabs's and everyone else's character (everyone is a jerkass at times) is a case of Depending on the Writer; they can shift back to their more likable early characterizations at times, though when they play this trope, they play it very straight.
Squidward. Sure- he isn't a bad guy, and it's understandable WHY he finds Spongebob so annoying. It would be odd for a person NOT to find SB annoying. But his treatment of Spongebob goes into jerkass territory quite often. Usually he rights his wrongs soon after, but he's a jerk for being a jerk in the first place. His actions often fall under Dude, Not Funny! territory. Like making Spongebob cry in the Christmas special, by shattering his belief in Santa or the April Fool's Day special, in which he played a horribly cruel prank on Spongebob, which resulted in the poor guy bursting into tears and running home, sobbing. Squidward is still a good person, shown by how he was remorseful a little while later, but he's still a jerk for not only performing that prank, but LAUGHING at Spongebob while the prank was happening.
Squilliam is a bigger example. He's Squidward without his redeeming qualities. He makes Squidward look like a saint. Squilliam takes pride in trying to humiliate Squidward, only to be Hoist by His Own Petard.
Patrick becomes one of these any time he gets a taste of power or some sort of reassurance of his "genius" abilities. (The episode where he gets a boat, when he becomes king, the time when his parents come over, etc.) Sometimes he becomes one with no catalyst involved, and other times is one while thinking he's still his happy self. See The Card for an example.
Plankton, when he's the main villain, he'll be as mean as he is evil.
Mrs. Puff grabs the Jerkass Ball on one episode when she attempts to murder Spongebob.
A few other one time characters, like Bubble Bass from the episode, "Pickles" where he makes Spongebob think he forgot to put pickles on his Krabby Patty, thus getting a refund from Mr. Krab, and breaking Spongebob.
Kevin C. Cucumber from the episode, "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic"; he's the leader of the Jelly Spotters, a group of jellyfish enthaustists, and he looks down on Spongebob, even asking him to perform some "tests", because he wants to see Spongebob hurt himself.
Flats the Flounder from the episode "The Bully" is hellbent on "kicking Spongebob's butt", even after Spongebob saves his life via CPR and takes him to the hospital after an accident. He seems to have quite the reputation among the people that know him, as even his father is afraid of his threats.
Mayor Bill Dewey is also this, he sees Steven horse playing with his dad, Greg Universe while they were washing their van, he knows it's just father and son bonding, but he gets on Greg's case anyways.
The eponymous prison is naturally filled with various characters that all exhibit this trope in some fashion. The creators once claimed that although there are many hardened criminals in the cast, it's the staff that actually have more issues and cruelty:
Although the Warden is generally goofy and childish, he often takes advantage of Jared and mistreats him. He was also shown to have more of a sadistic streak in earlier episodes, and would think nothing of letting inmates die to provide his amusement (or become food, as in the pilot). This was toned down a bit in later seasons, when his childishness become the bigger personality trait.
Alice purposely uses her job as a guard to inflict sexual torture on inmates or force them into being her boyfriends, and is also shown to push Jared around and mock him.
The inmates in general can get along at times, but aren't above manipulating or ostracizing one another. Nicky, the greaser-type inmate, has been shown as a ringleader to those who pick on Ash.
The Mistress (as female counterpart of the Warden) has her own vicious personality minus his carefree childish nature. She's shown to beat her own assistant for talking on the phone without permission, take over the Superjail for no reason other than to show up Warden (and demote him to being an inmate), and generally act like a bad-tempered snob. This seems to be subverted after she becomes a hippie.
Lord Stingray is another example, owing to him being a Card-Carrying Villain and caring little about anyone else (except if it's his pet Fang). He even reduces Mistress to tears by yelling at her and insisting on having the most control in their relationship, to where she breaks up with him.
The Twins and their family members can count as well. The Twins orchestrate death and destruction on a whim, and ate their own potential offspring after manipulating Alice into helping them birth him. The Triplets beat and humiliate the Twins for their own amusement, kill and capture rival species multiple times just for fun, and are implied to have abused and taken things from their younger brothers their whole lives. The Twins' father? Gleefully takes pleasure in torturing his youngest sons for the purpose of having them "study", will neglect any children who can't impress him, and once sent a vicious shapeshifting dog in his first attempt to capture said youngest (although she didn't go as far as to kill THEM, she was shown to be very efficient and uncontrollable in her violence).
The Warden's father is shown to be a major one in flashbacks, with one particular moment depicting him forcing his son to decapitate a puppy.
SWAT Kats: Burke and Murray, the former junkyard managers before the protagonists. Every time they show up, expect them to mock and laugh at Chance and Jake.
Tales From The Cryptkeeper: The hunter from the episode Hunted. He openly admits to the English speaking Amazonian native that he will use the animals he captured to make fur coats, rugs and fancy appetizers and not take them to a zoo as the boy hoped. The hunter tries to justify his actions by claiming his people also hunt the animals for food, but the boy retorts that they only hunt the animals for as much as they need. He also lets the hunter know that there are not as numerous as he believes and the ones he captured may be even the last of their species. Hunter's response? "Then all the better. The rarer they are the higher the price." Wow, what a total shithead. Luckily he gets his at the end of the episode.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012): Vic/Spider Bytez, who spends most of his first appearance treating the Turtles like dirt and mockingly calling them "kung-fu frogs." When he's captured by the Kraang, the guys actually stop to wonder why they should risk their lives to save him.
Everyone of the Titans has their moments (yes, even Starfire). Despite their differences, they are good friends to one another, but sometimes they're outright jerks. Special mention goes to Robin, an uptight jerkass who frequently abuses his teammates verbally and in some episodes physically, and Cyborg and Beast Boy, who are incredibly obnoxious and lazy, and in the episode, Staring Into the Future even try to ruin the futures of Robin, Starfire, and Raven because of their own selfish ways. Their behavior got so bad it landedallfiveofthem on The Villains Wiki and most fans would sooner root for the villains than the Titans themselves. However, they arestillheroesof theirown right in The Heroes Wiki if they are not outright sociopathic.
Blackfire was described as this before her Heel–Face Turn in "Mr. Butt".
Aqualad, who abuses his sea animals as if they were servants to the point of feeding them to the sharks just to impress Raven.
Some engines fall into this such as James, Sir Handel, Duncan. They will be seen as rude, arrogant, condescending, and ill-behaved, often seen as the ones insulting the nicer and sympathetic engines having a difficult sitation. They will often face Laser-Guided Karma which will damage their prideful attitudes as well as earning a stern talking to from The Fat Controller for their behavior, which will having them learn their lessons in the end, at least for a while.
Diesel is the most prominent example of the series thanks to his antagonism towards steam engines and finds every opportunity in making them miserable with the help of his diesel brethren such as 'Arry and Bert, who also qualify.
Jerry occasionally picked on Tom for no reason in some of the earlier cartoons, though the times where Tom is the first to start the fight far outnumber the times where Jerry attacks without being provoked. And in episodes where Jerry really goes overboard, Tom tends to win, though that doesn't change the fact that Jerry was sometimes a jerkass in retaliation.
Tom's owner Clint Clobber from the Gene Dietch shorts, he had an extremely nasty temper and beat the crap out of Tom for even the littlest offenses and he was even shown laughing at some of the cruel things he did to him.
Ultimate Spider-Man: Nova. Most of the cast can be pretty bad, but Nova is ridiculously overboard in this respect, being an arrogant, cocky bastard who has a a huge dislike of Spider-Man and uses any chance he can to put him down.
The Wild Thornberrys: Brie and Sloan in the movie, unlike the other villains in the show, they're not played for laughs in the slightest. They seem like nice people at first, offering to help Eliza get back to her family and helping save an injured rhino, but it's all an act as Eliza later finds out that Brie and Sloan are the poachers that stole a cheetah cub and shot the rhino and are planning to kill thousands of elephants with an electric fence. They threaten to kill Debbie unless Eliza tells them how she knew of their plan(forcing her to reveal her secret powers) and after Eliza thwarts their plan, Sloan decides to shoot the elephants instead despite Eliza being in the vicinity(something which even his own men question him on), then he grabs Eliza and tries to kill her by throwing her into the river. When it comes to poachers, Sloan is the bad guy.
Winx Club: Lucy is often abusive with Mirta (who, it is later revealed, has been her friend since they were in diapers), and teams up with the Trix almost every time they come knocking.