These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Jerry Lawler
Crosses the Line Twice: From using his mother's death as part of a storyline to constantly making jokes about his own near-death, is there anything that Jerry finds offensive? (and these are just two examples of the last 3 years of his four-decade career)
Dork Age: His "puppies!" phase is generally considered the lowest point of his career as WWE's color commentator. Before then, he played a magnificent heel commentator during his days as a foe against Bret Hart and later was Rescued from the Scrappy Heap by turning face.
What's funny is that "puppies!" wasn't invented by him. It occurred in a match between Jeff Jarrett and the "Road Dogg" Jesse James. Jarrett was accompanied by his valet Debra, who was... well-enhanced. James said that if he won the match, "since [he was] the Road Dogg, he wanted to see her puppies!" Doesn't officially qualify for Mis-blamed, since King was the one who ran with it.
The switch to PG rescued him again, as he actually was allowed to use his normal voice again.
Michael Cole used the recent death of Jerry Lawler's mother to gain (the wrong kind of) heat going into WrestleMania. The look Lawler gave Cole was equal parts sorrow, disgust, and rage.
His constant jibes at Vickie Guerrero's weight, largely because Vickie's weight gain came shortly after her husband Eddie died and she has since lost most of the weight anyway.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: In WWE '13 if you are having a match with Eve Torres you'll occassionally hear Jerry Lawler make a comment about needing an EMT at ringside because his "heart skipped a beat." It's fairly cringeworthy when you remember that Lawler had a major heart attack on live TV in September 2012 that nearly killed him. In THQ's defense the audio commentary had been done for awhile at that point and Lawler himself has already made these kinds of jokes following his return, and Lawler was simply trying to say that Eve was hot.
During a promo segment way back in Memphis Wrestling (against a young Jim Cornette), he came out from backstage clutching his chest saying "this is the big one!"
Harsher in Hindsight: The recent #FireLawler tweet wave resulting from his face character's questionable reasoning as a commentator. As of September 10, 2012, The Grim Reaper nearly did.
An ironic example occurred in WrestleMania 28. During the "Team Teddy/Team Johnny" match, Lawler mocked the bright suit that John Laurinaitis wore to the ring. He commented that that suit "would give Brother Love a heart attack". While the joke was slightly questionable at the time (Bruce Prichard, who portrayed Brother Love, actually had two heart attacks sometime before the comment), it seems a bit uncomfortable to hear after Lawler's heart attack five months later.
He always practically drooled over Chris Masters' entrance as well, forcing Jim Ross to be quiet while the music started.
Never Live It Down: Jerry Lawler was arrested for raping an under aged girl. He was let off without any charges when it was discovered she had been lying but he would be mocked about it at ECW years after the fact. Now you know why ECW has the place it does on his trope list.
Unfortunate Implications: Lawler's commentary in 2012 is depressingly rife with these, especially towards parental abuse. Two recent pieces stick out:
"When The Miz was five his parents deliberately lost him at the mall, and he still didn't get the message."
"When Cody Rhodes' parents gave him a rattle, it was attached to a snake."