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An extremely common plot associated with this character is their riding the coattails of a misunderstanding or undeserved reward until they finally feel guilty about it — and are allowed to keep it at the end anyway.This kind of plot does happen with deliberate antiheroes as well but in those cases it is obvious that it is considered wrong and more often than not, leads the characters to become more genuinely heroic by the end.They are often mean people with no redeeming qualities aside from some superficial virtues, and they do not undergo appreciable character development.They're generally given a pass by the writers, freeing them from the consequences of their actions.Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist are also an inversion since they are meant to be booed and often laughed at by the audience but this can be a result if one of their jokes comes across as offensive to the audience members.
From the praise they receive from other characters, the narrative, and perhaps Word of God, it is plain that the audience is expected to like and root for the Designated Hero; instead, they have problems that can even inspire pity or, on rare occasions, disgust.
Also viewers should keep in mind that there are comedies where the bad character being treated as good is deliberate as a form of critisism against their society or if the writers are feeling particularly sarcastic by having them being treated as heroic by the narration as well and actually wanting the audience to disagree with it.
Note: In-Universe examples or Intentional ones go to Nominal Hero or Evil Hero.
In so-called 'guy movies', this is sometimes associated with an implausibly attractive woman inexplicably respecting that he came forward with this information and allowing it to wipe away all fault for what he originally did, despite the fact that most reasonable human beings would never want to see him again. Note that Values Dissonance can sometimes be a factor with this since the exact definition of what constitutes heroism has changed over time; a character that comes across as a Designated Hero to a modern audience might well have been The Paragon when the story was written in Feudal Japan or Ancient Rome.
Of course even in modern society people will have different standards of what constitutes heroism.