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24th Apr '16 6:58:39 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Chomper of ''TheLandBeforeTime'' has somewhat become this in the TV series, from offering his friends insects to eat when they are herbivores to being surprised when being told that adults were hatchlings once.

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* Chomper of ''TheLandBeforeTime'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime'' has somewhat become this in the TV series, from offering his friends insects to eat when they are herbivores to being surprised when being told that adults were hatchlings once.
3rd Apr '16 11:27:16 AM Maniago
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheDavincibles'': Leo Davinci. Just to name a few of his quirks: he is a Man Child, who doesn’t hesitate a moment to drag his niece and nephew into his adventures, is not the brightest bulb on the tree, can easily get hyperactive and carried away when pursuing a new relic, and doesn’t really know much about antiques despite running an antique store.
27th Mar '16 3:37:39 PM nombretomado
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%%* ''{{Doug}}''

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%%* ''{{Doug}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''
19th Mar '16 1:24:58 AM Hossmeister
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16th Mar '16 5:06:47 PM Scrounge
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** In ''WesternAnimation/BeCoolScoobyDoo'', it's Daphne's turn to fill this role. She basically takes on a new quirk each episode, with varying levels of absurdity.
9th Mar '16 9:52:14 AM Hossmeister
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* Spud from ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' does have a case of ObfuscatingStupidity (mainly to cover up that he's actually [[BrilliantButLazy a genius]]), but that doesn't mean his head isn't in the clouds regardless. One episode has Jake read his mind, so the audience knows he wasn't faking anything.

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* Spud from ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' does have a case of ObfuscatingStupidity (mainly to cover up that he's actually [[BrilliantButLazy a genius]]), but that doesn't mean his head isn't in the clouds regardless. One episode has Jake read his mind, so the audience knows he wasn't faking anything.
30th Jan '16 1:52:11 AM Wkenneth334
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--->'''Patrick:''' People used to tell me, 'Patrick, you'll never amount to anything. You'll always have your head in the clouds.' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint But just look at me now!]] [[note]]He was fried, and then restored by Neptune, but his face appeared on his butt instead of his head. Thus, his head was further away from the clouds.
%%* ''StainesDownDrains'': Stanley and Mary-Jane's mum can be a bit flighty sometimes. But she pales in comparison to Beef, who takes this to a whole new level.

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--->'''Patrick:''' People used to tell me, 'Patrick, you'll never amount to anything. You'll always have your head in the clouds.' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint But just look at me now!]] [[note]]He was fried, and then restored by Neptune, but his face appeared on his butt instead of his head. Thus, his head was further away from the clouds.
%%* ''StainesDownDrains'': Stanley and Mary-Jane's mum can be a bit flighty sometimes. But she pales in comparison to Beef, who takes this to a whole new level.
clouds[[/note]].
20th Jan '16 2:14:47 PM Wkenneth334
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* Pops from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' fits this trope perfectly. He's from somewhere called Lolliland where lollipops are currency. Not only that, in the eighties he was hit by a speeding golf cart carrying himself from the present (ItsALongStory) which seemed to have done a bit of brain damage. It's also hinted that he may have a [[FrigdeHorror brain tumor]].

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* Pops from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' fits this trope perfectly. He's from somewhere called Lolliland where lollipops are currency. Not only that, in the eighties he was hit by a speeding golf cart carrying himself from the present (ItsALongStory) which seemed to have done a bit of brain damage. It's also hinted that he may have a [[FrigdeHorror [[FridgeHorror brain tumor]].



* ''StainesDownDrains'': Stanley and Mary-Jane's mum can be a bit flighty sometimes. But she pales in comparison to Beef, who takes this to a whole new level.

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* %%* ''StainesDownDrains'': Stanley and Mary-Jane's mum can be a bit flighty sometimes. But she pales in comparison to Beef, who takes this to a whole new level.
20th Jan '16 2:00:31 PM Wkenneth334
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* Pops from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' fits this trope perfectly. He's from somewhere called Lolliland where lollipops are currency. Not only that, in the eighties he was hit by a speeding golf cart carrying himself from the present (ItsALongStory) which seemed to have done a bit of brain damage. It's also hinted that he may have a [[DudeNotFunny brain tumor]].

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* Pops from ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' fits this trope perfectly. He's from somewhere called Lolliland where lollipops are currency. Not only that, in the eighties he was hit by a speeding golf cart carrying himself from the present (ItsALongStory) which seemed to have done a bit of brain damage. It's also hinted that he may have a [[DudeNotFunny [[FrigdeHorror brain tumor]].
7th Jan '16 4:50:54 PM nombretomado
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* Space Ghost in his [[SpaceGhostCoastToCoast talk show]] incarnation seems to fit this trope more and more throughout its run. The show turns some of its ''guests'' into this, through the writers' interview method of giving the guest a straight interview, then changing most of the questions when it comes time to have Space Ghost ask them. This method often succeeds in making the people he interviews seem a little...off.

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* Space Ghost in his [[SpaceGhostCoastToCoast [[WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast talk show]] incarnation seems to fit this trope more and more throughout its run. The show turns some of its ''guests'' into this, through the writers' interview method of giving the guest a straight interview, then changing most of the questions when it comes time to have Space Ghost ask them. This method often succeeds in making the people he interviews seem a little...off.
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