YMMV: Vickie Guerrero
- Creator's Pet: Vickie was reportedly one of Vince McMahon's favorite performers due to his friendship with Eddie.
- Designated Villain: She often came across as this from time to time. Mostly whenever it came to the face wrestlers making jokes about her weight. (Hiya, Rock.)
- Unintentionally Sympathetic: The treatment from Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, and Triple H in regards to her position as the Managing Supervisor circa 2013 made her like this even more. She was advised by each of the McMahons to listen to each of them, which made her distraught and confused. At a later job evaluation — filled with mean-spirited jokes and the voting of the WWE Universe saying she did a poor job — Stephanie fired Vickie on the spot, putting her to tears. In a separate backstage segment, Vickie was leaving, but Ryback comforted her and gave her a hug, saying that she deserved better.
- It got to the point that the company themselves acknowledged this enough to let Vickie end her career on a Heel-Face Turn in 2014, pulling a cathartic The Dog Bites Back on Stephanie after she sadistically fired her again.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She had little patience for someone disrespecting the dead.
- Hollywood Homely: Many a joke was made about Vickie's weight or unattractiveness or "Granny Panties." However, quite a few members of the audience (particularly those of a similar age), found her quite alluring. This made her unattractiveness something of an Informed Attribute as well as the horror male wrestlers were supposed to show at her romantic attentions somewhat confusing.
- Love to Hate / X-Pac Heat: She started out getting this, but she eventually started drawing more heat than any other wrestler, diva, or backstage personality in WWE (with the possible exception of Michael Cole). Even when she was associated with then-heel (but fan favorite) Dolph Ziggler, she still got epic boos. Her final appearance averted this, but it was against Stephanie Mcmahon, who fits the Love to Hate trope as well.
- Most Annoying Sound: "EXCUSE ME!!!" (This was deliberatel, of course.)
- Rule of Three: She usually used three of these to start a promo — increasing in volume each time, even though no one had interrupted her (unless you count the fans).