: The protagonist hunts down the recurring villain for some wrongdoing, only to have him demonstrate his innocence.
- Straight: Amazing Girl pursues Dynamite Bob for the robbery of the Tropeville Bank, but Bob proves he was elsewhere at the time.
- Exaggerated: Amazing Girl pursues Dynamite Bob because she misplaced her car keys, but Bob proves he was in the Andromeda Galaxy at the time.
- Downplayed: ???
- Justified: Bob was under armed surveillance at a maximum-security prison when the bank robbery occurred.
- Amazing Girl does not suspect Dynamite Bob at all despite conclusive evidence that it was him, and him even confessing to the crime.
- Hijacked by Ganon
- A criminal is being read a list of charges, only to be interrupted by a minor character explaining that the last one on the list was actually him.
- Subverted: Just as Amazing Girl is leaving, Dynamite Bob breaks down laughing and admits that he did it.
- Double Subverted: ...It later turns out that he didn't, he just wanted to waste Amazing Girl's time.
- Amazing Girl pursues Dynamite Bob to the ends of the earth for the robbery of the Tropeville Bank. When she finally catches him, he testily proves that he didn't do it, wasting her time.
- Dynamite Bob proves that he didn't rob Tropeville bank by providing evidence that he was mugging an old lady at the time.
- Zig Zagged: Amazing Girl chases down Dynamite Bob for the robbery of Tropeville Bank, but Bob professes his innocence and a length court battle ensues. Bob is convicted, but it's revealed that the witnesses were bribed and Bob goes Off on a Technicality... until Amazing Girl discovers that Bob had the witnesses bribed in order to bring this about. When it's finally incontrovertibly proved that Bob is innocent, the audience discovers (but Amazing Girl doesn't) that the whole plan was to tie up Amazing Girl and the legal system for months so that they wouldn't notice Bob's diabolical Evil Plan being carried out in the meantime...
- Averted: Anyone accused of doing something immediately confesses to it.
- Enforced: "This show is getting a bit Strictly Formula. How about we have a crime that Bob didn't commit?"
- Lampshaded: "Why'd you assume it was me? This one doesn't fit my profile at all..."
- Invoked: Dynamite Bob made it look like he'd committed a crime to discredit Amazing Girl when she inevitably falsely accuses him of it.
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: Dynamite Bob makes sure he can be seen on the camera robbing the Tropeville Bank.
- Discussed: "She caught Dynamite Bob too easily — he can't be guilty."
- Conversed: "The show's not even half-over yet, so the real villain must be someone else."
- Amazing Girl's unwavering presumption of Bob's guilt drives him to commit a really spectacular robbery to justify her bias.
- Amazing Girl's constant assumption of Bob's guilt allows the real perpetrator to get away, and/or it destroys her credibility the next time Bob does commit a crime.
- Reconstructed: Bob gives Amazing Girl a Hannibal Lecture over her immediate assumption of his guilt... to which she responds that he's directly responsible for 90% of the crime in the city, so for any given crime he's the obvious suspect — and even if he's innocent he's at least likely to know who really is responsible.
: Come out wherever you are, Bob! I know you took down the link back to Not Me This Time! Dynamite Bob
: It wasn't me, I was out getting some ice cream! See, I'll even put the link back up