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6th Jan '18 2:28:48 PM rjd1922
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler:Padparadscha from "Off Colors" is a Sapphire with flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'']]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler:Padparadscha ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', [[spoiler:Padparadscha from "Off Colors" is a Sapphire with flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'']]
3rd Jan '18 2:18:26 AM rjd1922
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire from "Off Colors" has flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'']]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler:Padparadscha from "Off Colors" has is a Sapphire with flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'']]
12th Dec '17 6:23:33 AM chasemaddigan
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* ''WesternAnimation\BojackHorseman: Henrietta is shown to have a bad case of this. Whenever Henrietta says she likes something, she tends to state what it actually is as the reason. For example, she loves paintings because it's "like T.V., only without all the talking and music," and she loves books because "the words tell stories."

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* ''WesternAnimation\BojackHorseman: ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman: Henrietta is shown to have a bad case of this. Whenever Henrietta says she likes something, she tends to state what it actually is as the reason. For example, she loves paintings because it's "like T.V., only without all the talking and music," and she loves books because "the words tell stories."



** The '' and Friends'' saga has an actual super hero, Captain Hindsight, who arrives at the scenes of disasters to point out that the accident could have been prevented and then leaves. Usually the rescue workers then pack up and leave as well. This being the world of South Park, where all idiocy is immediately embraced by the larger public, Captain Hindsight is considered a legitimate and indispensable hero. This in itself is a parody of news media, which in the aftermath of major disasters is often quick to give a thorough autopsy of what went wrong, well after such knowledge would have been useful.

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** The '' ''Coon and Friends'' saga has an actual super hero, Captain Hindsight, who arrives at the scenes of disasters to point out that the accident could have been prevented and then leaves. Usually the rescue workers then pack up and leave as well. This being the world of South Park, where all idiocy is immediately embraced by the larger public, Captain Hindsight is considered a legitimate and indispensable hero. This in itself is a parody of news media, which in the aftermath of major disasters is often quick to give a thorough autopsy of what went wrong, well after such knowledge would have been useful.
27th Sep '17 6:11:45 AM Mareon
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* ''WesternAnimation\BojackHorseman: Henrietta is shown to have a bad case of this. Whenever Henrietta says she likes something, she tends to state what it actually is as the reason. For example, she loves paintings because it's "like T.V., only without all the talking and music," and she loves books because "the words tell stories."
18th Sep '17 5:13:40 PM Hotheart123
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** The ''Coon and Friends'' saga has an actual super hero, Captain Hindsight, who arrives at the scenes of disasters to point out that the accident could have been prevented and then leaves. Usually the rescue workers then pack up and leave as well. This being the world of South Park, where all idiocy is immediately embraced by the larger public, Captain Hindsight is considered a legitimate and indispensable hero. This in itself is a parody of news media, which in the aftermath of major disasters is often quick to give a thorough autopsy of what went wrong, well after such knowledge would have been useful.

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** The ''Coon '' and Friends'' saga has an actual super hero, Captain Hindsight, who arrives at the scenes of disasters to point out that the accident could have been prevented and then leaves. Usually the rescue workers then pack up and leave as well. This being the world of South Park, where all idiocy is immediately embraced by the larger public, Captain Hindsight is considered a legitimate and indispensable hero. This in itself is a parody of news media, which in the aftermath of major disasters is often quick to give a thorough autopsy of what went wrong, well after such knowledge would have been useful.




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* If there was a prize for this trope, the narrator from ''WesternAnimation/PeppaPig'' would win it.
26th Jul '17 11:41:42 PM MBG
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** The ''Coon and Friends'' saga has an actual super hero, Captain Hindsight, who arrives at the scenes of disasters to point out that the accident could have been prevented and then leaves. Usually the rescue workers then pack up and leave as well. This being the world of South Park, where all idiocy is immediately embraced by the larger public, Captain Hindsight is considered a legitimate and indispensable hero.

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** The ''Coon and Friends'' saga has an actual super hero, Captain Hindsight, who arrives at the scenes of disasters to point out that the accident could have been prevented and then leaves. Usually the rescue workers then pack up and leave as well. This being the world of South Park, where all idiocy is immediately embraced by the larger public, Captain Hindsight is considered a legitimate and indispensable hero. This in itself is a parody of news media, which in the aftermath of major disasters is often quick to give a thorough autopsy of what went wrong, well after such knowledge would have been useful.
30th May '17 11:51:00 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': In one episode where Kaeloo, Mr. Cat and the rest of the cast are sitting in a library:
-->'''Kaeloo''': This is a library.\\
'''[[CatsAreSnarkers Mr. Cat]] (deadpan)''': [[DeadpanSnarker I hadn't noticed.]]
30th May '17 11:08:09 AM Andyroid
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire has flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'']]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire from "Off Colors" has flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'']]
29th May '17 5:37:24 PM Animaniacs16
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* In
''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire has flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.''

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* In
In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire has flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.'''']]
29th May '17 5:36:18 PM Animaniacs16
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* In
''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'',[[spoiler: Padparadscha Sapphire has flawed future vision, and predicts things that ''just happened.''
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