Cartoon Episodes Where Characters Would Get Arrested in Real Life
Mr. Krabs would have a life sentence in prison for driving someone to suicide. Even though Plankton is one of my all time most disliked characters, Mr. Krabs doing this to him was just plain sick.
In this episode, Bessie is seen breaking into her scout mates' houses and the taffy factory. She also stole everyone's boxes of Taffy. If she did this in real life, she would be doing some serious jail time. But since she is a kid, she would spend multiple years in Juvie.
In real life, the entire Loud family would be sentenced to 25 to 30 years for child neglect, endangerment and abandonment. Come to think of it, why didn't Lincoln think about calling the cops on his family?
I don't get how cartoon writers could come up with ideas this cruel for a kids show.
Poor Lincoln. He got kicked out of the house.
In this episode, Teen Titans do nothing but break into Santa's workshop and destroyed and killed most of his elves in order to get presents. If all of this happened in real life, all of them would be sentenced to life in jail. The 2003 Titans actually use their powers for good, unlike the Titans we see today.
Abusing power with a restraining order is one of the worst things Lisa ever did. Plus, she would have her restraining order removed. Also, Homer and Marge would be sentenced to 25 to 30 years for abandoning, neglecting and endangering Bart because of the restraining order.
The entire town of Springfield would be sentence to life in prison for child abuse and driving Bart to suicide if their actions existed in real life. Thank god Marge called them out for it.
And the fact that they encouraged him to do suicide just for making one mistake in a baseball game is the worst.
Peter and Lois would go to jail for 10 or more years for abusing Meg, an 17 year old minor, who turned 18 a few episodes later. As for Brian, he would be sentenced to 25 years for drug possession.
In this episode, Randy and Towlie killed hundreds of cows. If their actions happened in real life, they would be sentenced to life in prison for manslaughter and animal cruelty.
Throughout this garbage episode, Benson was committing workers rights violation. If he did this in real life, he would not only lose his job as park manager, but he would be sentenced to multiple years in jail.
If this incident was a real life thing, Lincoln and Clyde would be sentenced to 9 years in jail. 4 for kidnapping and 5 for animal cruelty.