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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', how much of an AnnoyingYoungerSibling D.W. can be towards Arthur depends on the episode. She'll either be a typical annoying little sister who just wants Arthur's attention, or a borderline [[TheSociopath sociopath]] who seemingly makes Arthur's life more difficult just for the fun of it.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', how much of an AnnoyingYoungerSibling D.W. can be towards Arthur depends on the episode. She'll either be a typical annoying little sister who just wants Arthur's attention, or a borderline [[TheSociopath sociopath]] BrattyHalfPint who seemingly makes Arthur's life more difficult just for the fun of it.

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* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' has [[TheStarscream Starscream]]. Is he completely incompetent, a [[BunnyEarsLawyer competent warrior and general who just happens to be trying to usurp Megatron but is doing it badly]], the OnlySaneMan when Megatron holds the VillainBall and vice versa, or some combination of the three?


** ''Looney Tunes'' characters were shared between various writers and directors: WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck under Creator/BobClampett and Creator/TexAvery were manic antagonists. As portrayed by Creator/ChuckJones' writer Michael Maltese, they were almost platonic opposites, Bugs being the cool winner to Daffy's jealous loser. Warren Foster, writer for directors Creator/BobMcKimson and Creator/FrizFreleng, portrayed Bugs as a more proactive version of the Jones-Maltese model and Daffy as a toned down [[ScrewySquirrel screwball]]. The Daffy Duck example caused some problems during the making of ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''. Creator/RobertZemeckis wanted to do the Bob Clampett version of Daffy, but he was working with Creator/ChuckJones. Jones wanted to do his version of Daffy and had very personally disliked Clampett. Zemeckis had his way and this was one of the main factors in Jones' CreatorBacklash against the film.

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** ''Looney Tunes'' characters were shared between various writers and directors: WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck under Creator/BobClampett and Creator/TexAvery were manic antagonists. As portrayed by Creator/ChuckJones' writer Michael Maltese, they were almost platonic opposites, Bugs being the cool winner to Daffy's jealous loser. Warren Foster, writer for directors Creator/BobMcKimson and Creator/FrizFreleng, portrayed Bugs as a more proactive version of the Jones-Maltese model and Daffy as a toned down [[ScrewySquirrel screwball]].screwball. The Daffy Duck example caused some problems during the making of ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''. Creator/RobertZemeckis wanted to do the Bob Clampett version of Daffy, but he was working with Creator/ChuckJones. Jones wanted to do his version of Daffy and had very personally disliked Clampett. Zemeckis had his way and this was one of the main factors in Jones' CreatorBacklash against the film.


** Dexter can go from being woobie to an UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist, sometimes even within the same episode.

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** Dexter can go from being woobie [[TheWoobie a woobie]] to an UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist, sometimes even within the same episode.



*** His feelings toward [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick also tend to vary. Depending on the episode, he can be a Jerk WithAHeartOfGold who actually cares about them deep down, or a sadistic JerkWithAHeartOfJerk who thrives on any pain and embarrassment they suffer, sometimes to the point of actually wanting them dead.

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*** His feelings toward [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick also tend to vary. Depending on the episode, he can be a Jerk WithAHeartOfGold JerkWithAHeartOfGold who actually cares about them deep down, or a sadistic JerkWithAHeartOfJerk who thrives on any pain and embarrassment they suffer, sometimes to the point of actually wanting them dead.

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*** How dedicated an employee is [=SpongeBob=], and just how well does he fit in at the Krusty Krab? He's usually a workaholic who's been honored as Employee of the Month dozens of times, provides top-quality customer service, and is openly favored by Mr. Krabs over Squidward, who's lazy and shiftless. But in episodes that center on his unpopularity or his more annoying qualities, he's a gibbering goof-off indistinguishable from Patrick who frightens the customers and gets on Mr. Krabs' nerves, which has the effect of making Squidward look at least reliably mediocre.


** Leela ''still'' can be portrayed as being either the opposing poles of the token boring, buttoned-down, extremely unimpulsive character or the single most reckless, hot-tempered, and impulsive character in the show. The swings favored the latter more and more as the show went on, but trying to label it [[TropesAreNotBad positive]] {{Flanderization}} would be misleading.

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** Leela ''still'' can be portrayed as being either the opposing poles of the token boring, buttoned-down, extremely unimpulsive character or the single most reckless, hot-tempered, and impulsive character in the show. The swings favored the latter more and more as the show went on, but trying to label it [[TropesAreNotBad [[Administrivia/TropesAreTools positive]] {{Flanderization}} would be misleading.

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** [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars The 2008 series]] splits the difference, making Grievous a powerful enough warrior, but his skills as a general go no further than “crush opponents with overwhelming force.”


* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}'', how much of an AnnoyingYoungerSibling D.W. can be towards Arthur depends on the episode. She'll either be a typical annoying little sister who just wants Arthur's attention, or a borderline [[TheSociopath sociopath]] who seemingly makes Arthur's life more difficult just for the fun of it.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'', how much of an AnnoyingYoungerSibling D.W. can be towards Arthur depends on the episode. She'll either be a typical annoying little sister who just wants Arthur's attention, or a borderline [[TheSociopath sociopath]] who seemingly makes Arthur's life more difficult just for the fun of it.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}'', how much of an AnnoyingYoungerSibling D.W. can be towards Arthur depends on the episode. She'll either be a typical annoying little sister who just wants Arthur's attention, or a borderline [[TheSociopath sociopath]] who seemingly makes Arthur's life more difficult just for the fun of it.


** Exactly how Da Rules works or what's really legit. There are those -- usually, again -- permanent rules (no interfering with true love, no revealing your faeries to anyone and the like) but others seem conveniently flexible. In one episode, a kid feared that Timmy would wish he was richer than him, when an earlier episode established that poofing up money counts as counterfeiting. Glaringly, an early episode implies that a rule can be ignored if you simply tear the page out.

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** Exactly how Da Rules works or what's really legit. There are those -- usually, again -- permanent rules (no interfering with true love, no revealing your faeries to anyone and the like) but others seem conveniently flexible. In one episode, a kid feared that Timmy would wish he was richer than him, when an earlier its sister episode established that poofing up money counts as counterfeiting. Glaringly, an early episode implies that a rule can be ignored if you simply tear the page out.


** Sometimes Dee Dee is insufferable and causes nothing but deliberate pain for Dexter. Other times she's a sweet girl who cares for her younger brother, and either helps him out or is innocently unaware of the trouble she causes him. In the same vein, she can run the gamut from being an incredibly dimwitted individual unable to comprehend the most rudimentary things to being a highly savvy person who counters the titular character's high IQ by having far more common sense.

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** Sometimes Dee Dee is insufferable and causes nothing but deliberate pain for Dexter. Other Dexter, while other times she's a sweet girl who cares for her younger brother, and either helps him out or is innocently unaware of the trouble she causes him. In the same vein, she can run the gamut from being an incredibly dimwitted individual unable to comprehend the most rudimentary things to being a highly savvy person who counters the titular character's high IQ by having far more common sense.


** Heloise is either a complete sadist who even Jimmy can be scared of or a closet JerkWithAHeartOfGold (that she will only show around Jimmy).

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** Heloise is either a complete sadist who even Jimmy can be is openly scared of at times or a closet JerkWithAHeartOfGold (that she will JerkWithAHeartOfGold, with said heart only show being shown around Jimmy).Jimmy.


** Sometimes Dee Dee is insufferable and causes nothing but deliberate pain for Dexter, while other times she's a sweet girl who cares for her brother and either helps him or is innocently unaware of the trouble she causes him.

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** Sometimes Dee Dee is insufferable and causes nothing but deliberate pain for Dexter, while other Dexter. Other times she's a sweet girl who cares for her brother younger brother, and either helps him out or is innocently unaware of the trouble she causes him.him. In the same vein, she can run the gamut from being an incredibly dimwitted individual unable to comprehend the most rudimentary things to being a highly savvy person who counters the titular character's high IQ by having far more common sense.

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* WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot: Tuck can be an brat who makes everything worse and takes advantage of his friends and brother, to being a nice kid who is quite crafty.


* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' characters were shared between various writers and directors: WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck under Creator/BobClampett and Creator/TexAvery were manic antagonists. As portrayed by Creator/ChuckJones' writer Michael Maltese, they were almost platonic opposites, Bugs being the cool winner to Daffy's jealous loser. Warren Foster, writer for directors Creator/BobMcKimson and Creator/FrizFreleng, portrayed Bugs as a more proactive version of the Jones-Maltese model and Daffy as a toned down [[ScrewySquirrel screwball]].
** The Daffy Duck example caused some problems during the making of ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''. Creator/RobertZemeckis wanted to do the Bob Clampett version of Daffy, but he was working with Creator/ChuckJones. Jones wanted to do his version of Daffy and had very personally disliked Clampett. Zemeckis had his way and this was one of the main factors in Jones' CreatorBacklash against the film.

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characters were shared between various writers and directors: WesternAnimation/BugsBunny and WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck under Creator/BobClampett and Creator/TexAvery were manic antagonists. As portrayed by Creator/ChuckJones' writer Michael Maltese, they were almost platonic opposites, Bugs being the cool winner to Daffy's jealous loser. Warren Foster, writer for directors Creator/BobMcKimson and Creator/FrizFreleng, portrayed Bugs as a more proactive version of the Jones-Maltese model and Daffy as a toned down [[ScrewySquirrel screwball]].
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screwball]]. The Daffy Duck example caused some problems during the making of ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''. Creator/RobertZemeckis wanted to do the Bob Clampett version of Daffy, but he was working with Creator/ChuckJones. Jones wanted to do his version of Daffy and had very personally disliked Clampett. Zemeckis had his way and this was one of the main factors in Jones' CreatorBacklash against the film.



* Stan's attitude towards his family in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' varies from "A {{Jerkass}} because he doesn't understand what he's doing wrong, and tries to fix it when he finds out" to "ManipulativeBastard who's so callous that he'll often put them through some horrible EvilPlan for some incredibly trivial/stupid reason".

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'':
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Stan's attitude towards his family in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' varies from "A {{Jerkass}} because he doesn't understand what he's doing wrong, and tries to fix it when he finds out" to "ManipulativeBastard who's so callous that he'll often put them through some horrible EvilPlan for some incredibly trivial/stupid reason".



* Peter's {{Jerkass}} nature and Meg's ButtMonkey status vary from episode to episode on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Sometimes she merely suffers due to other characters' inadvertent bumbling or carelessness. On others she is such a target for misfortune that even [[StraightMan Straight Men]] like Lois and Brian [[BewareTheNiceOnes feel the need to directly make her life hell]].

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Peter's {{Jerkass}} nature and Meg's ButtMonkey status vary from episode to episode on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Sometimes she merely suffers due to other characters' inadvertent bumbling or carelessness. On others she is such a target for misfortune that even [[StraightMan Straight Men]] like Lois and Brian [[BewareTheNiceOnes feel the need to directly make her life hell]].



* On ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', the plot seems to dictate whether some characters will use their {{Flanderiz|ation}}ed personalities or their original personalities. Depending on the story, Crocker can be a competent fairy hunter (Formula for Disaster) or a delusional fool (Bad Heir Day), Tootie can be a sweet girl with a crush (Birthday Wish) or a StalkerWithACrush (Dread & Breakfast), Trixie Tang can be a pleasant and sweet girl (For Emergencies Only) or an [[RichBitch arrogant]] SpoiledBrat (Movie Magic), Timmy's parents can simply be overworked (Momnipresent, Add-A-Dad) or the most [[ParentalNeglect neglectful parents]] in the world (Fly Boy, Birthday Bashed), Cosmo can either realize a wish might be potentially dangerous and attempt to talk Timmy out of it, or actively encourage absurd wishes and needlessly absurd ways to handle the fallout. Wanda can be either the OnlySaneMan who puts out Timmy's and Cosmo's fires, or a doting godparent who doesn't think twice about the consequences.

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plot seems to dictate whether some characters will use their {{Flanderiz|ation}}ed personalities or their original personalities. Depending on the story, Crocker can be a competent fairy hunter (Formula for Disaster) or a delusional fool (Bad Heir Day), Tootie can be a sweet girl with a crush (Birthday Wish) or a StalkerWithACrush (Dread & Breakfast), Trixie Tang can be a pleasant and sweet girl (For Emergencies Only) or an [[RichBitch arrogant]] SpoiledBrat (Movie Magic), Timmy's parents can simply be overworked (Momnipresent, Add-A-Dad) or the most [[ParentalNeglect neglectful parents]] in the world (Fly Boy, Birthday Bashed), Cosmo can either realize a wish might be potentially dangerous and attempt to talk Timmy out of it, or actively encourage absurd wishes and needlessly absurd ways to handle the fallout. Wanda can be either the OnlySaneMan who puts out Timmy's and Cosmo's fires, or a doting godparent who doesn't think twice about the consequences.



* In some episodes of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', Kevin acts as a sort of HeroAntagonist towards the Eds, and merely mistrusts/dislikes them by default and will only actually start beating them up when he discovers them doing some sort of scam. However, in other episodes, he acts as a smug [[TheBully Bully]] to the Eds (and sometimes other kids in the cul-de-sac) and tends to just enjoy causing despair for them, [[ItAmusedMe whether they deserve it or not]].

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In some episodes of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', episodes, Kevin acts as a sort of HeroAntagonist towards the Eds, and merely mistrusts/dislikes them by default and will only actually start beating them up when he discovers them doing some sort of scam. However, in other episodes, he acts as a smug [[TheBully Bully]] to the Eds (and sometimes other kids in the cul-de-sac) and tends to just enjoy causing despair for them, [[ItAmusedMe whether they deserve it or not]].



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}} and the Holograms'' is made of this.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}} and the Holograms'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is made of this. this:



* Batman himself from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' can be anything from a gritty, gothic, never-smiling character to a Spider-Man-esque wise-cracker depending on the episode's writer.

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Batman himself from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' can be anything from a gritty, gothic, never-smiling character to a Spider-Man-esque wise-cracker depending on the episode's writer.



* The characterizations of ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' are somewhat erratic, particularly the extent of Baloo and Rebecca's NotSoDifferent aspects. Baloo can switch anywhere between a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold slovenly but well intentioned]] AcePilot or a [[TooDumbToLive brainless]] [[SmallNameBigEgo egotist]]. Rebecca can be a plausible StraightMan with subtle NotSoAboveItAll tendacies or [[CloudCuckooLander even ditzier than Baloo]], she can also switch anywhere between a BenevolentBoss and a MeanBoss.

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The characterizations of ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' are somewhat erratic, particularly the extent of Baloo and Rebecca's NotSoDifferent aspects. Baloo can switch anywhere between a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold slovenly but well intentioned]] AcePilot or a [[TooDumbToLive brainless]] [[SmallNameBigEgo egotist]]. Rebecca can be a plausible StraightMan with subtle NotSoAboveItAll tendacies or [[CloudCuckooLander even ditzier than Baloo]], she can also switch anywhere between a BenevolentBoss and a MeanBoss.



* Done quite irritatingly in the sixth season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', which has the nerve to go back and forth not just on personality traits, but from Fry and Leela being an established couple to Fry and Leela having no hint of being a couple at all (even though they had declared their love for each other at the end of the fourth BigDamnMovie). Possibly the most JustForFun/{{egregious}} example — in "The Late Phillip J. Fry", they're blatantly a couple, dating, in love, and committed to their relationship. In the very next episode, "That Darn Katz", Leela says perfectly seriously (with ''intentional'' pathetic-ness) "Well, I may not have a man, but at least Nibbler loves me."

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Done quite irritatingly in the sixth season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', which has the nerve to go back and forth not just on personality traits, but from Fry and Leela being an established couple to Fry and Leela having no hint of being a couple at all (even though they had declared their love for each other at the end of the fourth BigDamnMovie). Possibly the most JustForFun/{{egregious}} example — in "The Late Phillip J. Fry", they're blatantly a couple, dating, in love, and committed to their relationship. In the very next episode, "That Darn Katz", Leela says perfectly seriously (with ''intentional'' pathetic-ness) "Well, I may not have a man, but at least Nibbler loves me."



* Are Rufus and Amberley of ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'' [[{{Keet}} rambunctious]] {{Kid Hero}}es who get in near equally on the story ([[ComedicHero and its slapstick]]) as the Urpneys, or are they [[TastesLikeDiabetes heavily whitewashed]] {{Hero Antagonist}}s? Can they also either [[CurbStompBattle curb stomp the Urpneys]] [[InvincibleHero with ease]] or are they actually ''[[FailureHero even more incompetent]]'' than them and [[TheFool succeed solely on sheer luck]]? They also range from more easy going {{Pragmatic Hero}}es to self righteous {{Unscrupulous Hero}}es from episode to episode.

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Are Rufus and Amberley of ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'' [[{{Keet}} rambunctious]] {{Kid Hero}}es who get in near equally on the story ([[ComedicHero and its slapstick]]) as the Urpneys, or are they [[TastesLikeDiabetes heavily whitewashed]] {{Hero Antagonist}}s? Can they also either [[CurbStompBattle curb stomp the Urpneys]] [[InvincibleHero with ease]] or are they actually ''[[FailureHero even more incompetent]]'' than them and [[TheFool succeed solely on sheer luck]]? They also range from more easy going {{Pragmatic Hero}}es to self righteous {{Unscrupulous Hero}}es from episode to episode.



* [[ArchEnemy Mojo Jojo]] from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' can be an ingenious, manipulative criminal mastermind who can come within an inch of defeating the girls, a complete joke who's too stupid to see the gaping flaws in his plans, or anything in between.

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[[ArchEnemy Mojo Jojo]] from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' can be an ingenious, manipulative criminal mastermind who can come within an inch of defeating the girls, a complete joke who's too stupid to see the gaping flaws in his plans, or anything in between.



* ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry''. The different ways in which these two were written is amazing. Most of the time, they're antagonistic towards each other, but sometimes they're best buddies, and sometimes, [[FriendlyEnemy they enjoy their chase]]. Sometimes [[CatsAreMean Tom is a sadistic jerk]], sometimes he's [[DesignatedVillain painted as the villain for doing a cat's job]], and sometimes he's a hapless victim. Sometimes Jerry is just fighting for his survival, sometimes [[PetTheDog he helps out others Tom is torturing]], and sometimes he just [[ForTheLulz torments Tom for fun]].

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The different ways in which these two were written is amazing. Most of the time, they're antagonistic towards each other, but sometimes they're best buddies, and sometimes, [[FriendlyEnemy they enjoy their chase]]. Sometimes [[CatsAreMean Tom is a sadistic jerk]], sometimes he's [[DesignatedVillain painted as the villain for doing a cat's job]], and sometimes he's a hapless victim. Sometimes Jerry is just fighting for his survival, sometimes [[PetTheDog he helps out others Tom is torturing]], and sometimes he just [[ForTheLulz torments Tom for fun]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'': Bugs can either a smug DeadpanSnarker (with some shades of TheAce) or the OnlySaneMan and TheWoobie.

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Bugs can either a smug DeadpanSnarker (with some shades of TheAce) or the OnlySaneMan and TheWoobie.



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': The characters and their various interactions with other characters vary from writer to writer. Pinkie Pie can either be an insane stalker-like lunatic or a hidden genius, Fluttershy can ranged from being mildly socially awkward to a nervous wreck, and Spike's crush on Rarity can be almost complete devotion to her, simply non-existent or anything in between. Even Scootaloo's idolization of Rainbow Dash can range from FanGirl to not treating her any differently from other adults.

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The characters and their various interactions with other characters vary from writer to writer. Pinkie Pie can either be an insane stalker-like lunatic or a hidden genius, Fluttershy can ranged from being mildly socially awkward to a nervous wreck, and Spike's crush on Rarity can be almost complete devotion to her, simply non-existent or anything in between. Even Scootaloo's idolization of Rainbow Dash can range from FanGirl to not treating her any differently from other adults.



* Like the above page quote, [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Shaggy's]] vegetarianism varies from adaption to adaption. He definitely wasn't one in the early show, but became one after Casey Kasem did. He's one if Kasem is playing him, but if he's not, he usually won't be (specifically in ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue'', where one of his favorite foods was "hot dog tacos"). In a ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' episode, Shaggy is actually disgusted at the idea of tofu burgers.
** In [[Film/ScoobyDoo the first live action movie]], his vegetarianism is forgotten ''halfway through the story''. This may be a symptom of having three writers on board.

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** Spike and Twilight's relationship is confusing due to this trope. Are they like siblings, mother and son, mentor and student, or what? The most obvious example of this dissonance is how season 8's "Father Knows Beast" implies that Twilight has a motherly bond with Spike, but the season 9 episode "Sparkle's Seven" shows that Spike was raised by Twilight's parents as her younger brother.
* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'': Like the above page quote, [[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo Shaggy's]] Shaggy's vegetarianism varies from adaption to adaption. He definitely wasn't one in the early show, but became one after Casey Kasem did. He's one if Kasem is playing him, but if he's not, he usually won't be (specifically in ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue'', where one of his favorite foods was "hot dog tacos"). In a ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' episode, Shaggy is actually disgusted at the idea of tofu burgers.
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burgers. In [[Film/ScoobyDoo the first live action movie]], his vegetarianism is forgotten ''halfway through the story''. This may be a symptom of having three writers on board.

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