Characters Kicked Out of Whit's End

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For the early talk about Andre Stojka's Whit being 'too nice', the thought occurred to me that Whit's possibly kicked people out of Whit's End at a higher rate recently than in all the last 30 years. I was curious about whether this is actually true or not, though, so I thought I'd start to compile a list of times people got kicked out of/"sent home from" Whit's End, and by whom. Here's a preliminary list, which I hope y'all can help me fill in with all the instances I don't remember.

* Rodney got kicked out at least twice (that I know of), once by Connie, once by Whit, in two similar episodes (Scales of Justice and Broken Window).
* Whit bans Alex and David simultaneously in "Matter of Manners".
* Whit sends home Alex in "Black Veil".
* Whit removes both Lucas and Chlorison in "The Last Straw", in separate incidents.
* Whit kicks out Mickey in "Rightly Dividing" (the new episode released today).
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Dion was asked to leave in playing the predictable for threatening another boy and not being sorry
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Two episodes I'm not sure count as canon ;), but still include representative incidents:

Whit sends *Connie* home in "Fences".
Whit sends everyone but Connie and Eugene home in "Idol Minds".
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Traci Needlemeyer was sent home by Whit because she dumped her malt on Robyn in The Winning Edge.
Connie tells the Indian medicine man in The Curse to leave.
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Whit tells Jared to 'go on home' after the 'group therapy meeting' in "Eggshells".
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