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9th Jun '18 2:37:26 PM nombretomado
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28th Mar '18 10:57:00 PM Arha
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* The premise of ''LightNovel/DestructionFlagOtome'' is that a bitchy otome game villain girl suddenly gets the personality of a cheery tomboy character and morphs into a BlackHoleSue instead, stealing the protagonist role in the process. She accidentally fixes everyone's problems with her stupid optimism and friendliness, accidentally seducing all the game's love interests, rival characters, side characters and even the game's heroine herself. People are attracted to her not just because she's nice, but also because she's so damn ''weird'' and out of place that they have no clue what she's going to do.
25th Feb '18 10:07:04 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* This is the whole plot of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''. Twilight Sparkle (an Equestrian pony) chases [[EvilCounterpart Sunset Shimmer]] into the human world to recover the crown she has stolen, but to do that she will have to enroll in a high school and get crowned Princess of the school ball - a position which has been held by [[AlphaBitch Sunset Shimmer]] for years. This despite [[{{Adorkable}} not knowing virtually anything about the human world]]. [[spoiler:And she succeeds, but Sunset Shimmer just steals the damn thing again.]]

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* This is the whole plot of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls''.''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirls2013''. Twilight Sparkle (an Equestrian pony) chases [[EvilCounterpart Sunset Shimmer]] into the human world to recover the crown she has stolen, but to do that she will have to enroll in a high school and get crowned Princess of the school ball - a position which has been held by [[AlphaBitch Sunset Shimmer]] for years. This despite [[{{Adorkable}} not knowing virtually anything about the human world]]. [[spoiler:And she succeeds, but Sunset Shimmer just steals the damn thing it again.]]
11th Dec '17 4:00:17 PM Malady
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%%** ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' (1980) has traces of this as well. As does ''WesternAnimation/MorkAndMindy'' (1978-1982)

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%%** ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' ''Film/{{Popeye}}'' (1980) has traces of this as well. As does ''WesternAnimation/MorkAndMindy'' ''Series/MorkAndMindy'' (1978-1982)
11th Dec '17 3:59:07 PM Malady
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%%* ''[[SevenFacesOfDrLao 7 Faces of Dr. Lao]]'' (1964) based on a darker novel ''Literature/TheCircusOfDoctorLao'' (1935).
* Notably averted in SoBadItsGood ''AmericanShaolin'' - it looks like the protagonist will shake things up in the monastery... but ''he'' ends up shaken up by staying there - humbler, wiser, not to mention about 5 points up on the badass scale and getting a girl to boot.

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%%* ''[[SevenFacesOfDrLao 7 Faces of Dr. Lao]]'' ''Film/SevenFacesOfDrLao'' (1964) based on a darker novel ''Literature/TheCircusOfDoctorLao'' (1935).
* Notably averted in SoBadItsGood ''AmericanShaolin'' ''Film/AmericanShaolin'' - it looks like the protagonist will shake things up in the monastery... but ''he'' ends up shaken up by staying there - humbler, wiser, not to mention about 5 points up on the badass scale and getting a girl to boot.



%%** ''{{Popeye}}'' (1980) has traces of this as well. As does ''MorkAndMindy'' (1978-1982)
%%** One could say his role in the ''LawAndOrderSVU'' episode "Authority" is a dark version of this.
%%* The live-action {{Bratz}} movie puts the four main girls in this type of role. (2004)

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%%** ''{{Popeye}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' (1980) has traces of this as well. As does ''MorkAndMindy'' ''WesternAnimation/MorkAndMindy'' (1978-1982)
%%** One could say his role in the ''LawAndOrderSVU'' episode "Authority" is a dark version of this.
%%* The live-action {{Bratz}} Film/{{Bratz}} movie puts the four main girls in this type of role. (2004)



%%* ''{{Stargirl}}''

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%%* ''{{Stargirl}}''''Literature/{{Stargirl}}''



%%* Andy of ''Series/{{WKRP In Cincinnati}}'' started off as one.

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%%* Andy of ''Series/{{WKRP In Cincinnati}}'' ''Series/WKRPInCincinnati'' started off as one.


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%%** One could say his role in the ''Series/LawAndOrderSVU'' episode "Authority" is a dark version of this.
5th Dec '17 8:34:13 PM MummyGaGa
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* Innocent Smith, of GK Chesterton's Manalive. The whole first half of the novel is his shaking up the lives of the other lodgers, and the second half recounts his previous outings.



* Innocent Smith, of GK Chesterton's Manalive. The whole first half of the novel is his shaking up the lives of the other lodgers, and the second half recounts his previous outings.

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* Innocent Smith, of GK Chesterton's Manalive. The whole first half of the novel is his shaking up the lives of the other lodgers, and the second half recounts his previous outings.
5th Dec '17 6:46:32 PM nombretomado
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* Campbell Bain (played by the future Tenth Doctor from Series/DoctorWho, DavidTennant) of the 1994 British miniseries Series/TakinOverTheAsylum, is an exuberant, hyper, Bi-Polar (then known as Manic-Depression...though he's heavier on the 'Manic' part) young man who shakes things up in the mental hospital as a budding Disc Jockey and has a [[{{Keet}} very chirpy]], optimistic, [[WideEyedIdealist idealistic]], [[TheDeterminator can-do]] demeanor.

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* Campbell Bain (played by the future Tenth Doctor from Series/DoctorWho, DavidTennant) ''Series/DoctorWho'', Creator/DavidTennant) of the 1994 British miniseries Series/TakinOverTheAsylum, is an exuberant, hyper, Bi-Polar (then known as Manic-Depression...though he's heavier on the 'Manic' part) young man who shakes things up in the mental hospital as a budding Disc Jockey and has a [[{{Keet}} very chirpy]], optimistic, [[WideEyedIdealist idealistic]], [[TheDeterminator can-do]] demeanor.
4th Dec '17 9:28:19 PM VoiceInTheWilderness
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* Innocent Smith, of GK Chesterton's Manalive. The whole first half of the novel is his shaking up the lives of the other lodgers, and the second half recounts his previous outings.
3rd Oct '17 7:42:17 PM AmethystThaumaturgist
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* In ''Manga/{{ReLIFE}}'', due to Kaizaki's high emotional intelligence, he usually sets off character development for the other characters by giving them advice.
1st Sep '17 3:45:06 AM Baeraad555
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* Raoden in ''Literature/{{Elantris}}'' takes this trope to a downright heroic level, as he spends most of the novel getting the people of Elantris - who are undying abominations imprisoned in a ruined city to await the point when they inevitably snap from the pain of their never-healing wounds and go catatonic - to cheer up and start showing some initiative.
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