>it's a protagonist is wrong for all the wrong reasons episode
That has got to be one of my most hated episode types.
>Its a villain and hero team-up episode
>it's a genderbending/crossdressing/feminine side episode
What do you expect from a terrorist trying to gain support from America when he learns all the info about us from propaganda?
>it's a "villain tries to turn the team against each other and everyone believes what he says unquestioningly" episode
>it's a villain tries to change his ways and join the good guys but everyone else except maybe one protagonist doesn't trust them to the point where he goes back to being evil again episode
Maximum mad mode:
>no one even learns a lesson out of it
>It's a character was never evil, but they are falsely accused and treated so badly that they become evil as a result
>It's a "let's torture this character just to torture him" episode
I like all of these.
>it's the faux-nihilistic villain who does it evil for the good things he believes in.
>it's a good guys and bad guys take a break and go to a resort/beach
>Bonus points: even when they realize the other side is there, no one fights
>I can't tell which one's the real one!
>Then you'd have to shoot us both!
>tfw senpai Pappa Franku will never notice you
>the villain does nice things on the Christmas episode
>Character makes a positive change in their life
>It slightly annoys or inconveniences the protagonist
>They ruin his life to restore status quo
>Moral of the story: This character can't be happy
>It's a character is wrong but the show insists that they're right episode
it's why I can't watch cartoons or tv or movies. The good guy is going to win, the bad guy is going to lose, somebody will end up winning a girlfriend, the comic relief will make an appearance at the end showing they're still around and didn't die earlier when we thought they might have
>two characters swap bodies
>somehow their voices too
>so fucking hard to let VAs have fun and experiment
I know, I just wanted an excuse to post that.