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19th Oct '16 8:27:23 AM rafi
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12th Oct '16 3:44:32 PM cageybee
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* Tomi Lahren is an especially angry incarnation of this trope.[[/folder]]
12th Oct '16 3:41:44 PM cageybee
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* Tomi Lahren is an especially angry incarnation of this trope.

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* Tomi Lahren is an especially angry incarnation of this trope.
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12th Oct '16 3:41:19 PM cageybee
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* Tomi Lahren is an especially angry incarnation of this trope.
1st Oct '16 11:44:53 AM jamespolk
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* ''Series/SeventeenMomentsOfSpring'': Blonde Nazi Sex Kitten, in the person of Barbara. Barbara is blonde-haired and very attractive and a hard-core true believer Nazi. She is not at all thrilled to have Kat the Soviet agent stashed in her home, even if Kat has (supposedly) agreed to turn her coat and work for the Germans. She also casts bedroom eyes at Stirlitz while holding her mild-mannered partner Helmut in contempt.
26th Sep '16 3:46:26 PM SickBoy
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26th Sep '16 3:46:05 PM SickBoy
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* Luanne from WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill is shown to be this on multiple occasions. While she seems to be a devout Christian, shown praying multiple times and having a Christian puppet show, it is also implied that she is sexually promiscuous--in one episode she makes out with a man she has just met at a bar, and her and Lucky's first date is [[AutoErotica in his truck in the Hills' diriveway]].

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* Luanne from WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill is shown to be this on multiple occasions. While she seems to be a devout Christian, shown praying multiple times and having a Christian puppet show, it is also implied that she is sexually promiscuous--in one episode she makes out with a man she has just met at a bar, and her and Lucky's first date is [[AutoErotica in his truck in the Hills' diriveway]].driveway]].
11th Sep '16 6:15:54 AM rafi
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* The ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "You May Now Kiss The...Uh...Guy Who Receives" had Chris attracted to a BRSK who wants him to join the Young Republicans to help ban gay marriage (which was set up [[BreadAndCircuses to distract]] from the fact that Mayor West spent the town's tax money on a gold statue of Dig 'Em the Sugar Smacks Frog). Sadly, the plot of Chris choosing between supporting Brian's belief in gay marriage and being a Young Republican so he can score some boob was [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse never resolved]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' recurring character Lindsey Naegle ([[CorruptCorporateExecutive the network/business executive who keeps changing jobs]] because she's a sexual predator). She epitomizes everything that is wrong with the androgynous, padded-jacket mid-nineties business woman. Of course, she was also shown as part of the Springfield Democratic party on "E Pluribus Wiggum," so she may be a swing voter or the ''Simpsons'' writers screwed up--[[SeriesContinuityError again]]. Or she may have lost her party the same way she did her job.
* Charlotte Pickles from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "You May Now Kiss The...Uh...Guy Who Receives" had Chris attracted to a BRSK who wants him to join the Young Republicans to help ban gay marriage (which was set up [[BreadAndCircuses to distract]] from the fact that Mayor West spent the town's tax money on a gold statue of Dig 'Em the Sugar Smacks Frog). Sadly, the plot of Chris choosing between supporting Brian's belief in gay marriage and being a Young Republican so he can score some boob was [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse never resolved]].


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%%* Charlotte Pickles from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' recurring character Lindsey Naegle ([[CorruptCorporateExecutive the network/business executive who keeps changing jobs]] because she's a sexual predator). She epitomizes everything that is wrong with the androgynous, padded-jacket mid-nineties business woman. Of course, she was also shown as part of the Springfield Democratic party on "E Pluribus Wiggum," so she may be a swing voter or the ''Simpsons'' writers screwed up--[[SeriesContinuityError again]]. Or she may have lost her party the same way she did her job.
11th Sep '16 6:10:12 AM Chariset
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[[IfItBleedsItLeads It's interesting when people die]]"''

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[[IfItBleedsItLeads It's interesting when people die]]"''die]]\\
Give us dirty laundry."''
1st Aug '16 3:43:46 PM nombretomado
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* The 2008 miniseries ''[[TheDCU DC Universe]]: Decisions'', written to cash in on the U.S. presidential election, has ComicBook/LoisLane spilling Republican talking points (or at the very least, opinions that the ''libertarian'' wing of the Republican Party would endorse) while asking Clark who he plans to vote for. Given that DC likes to keep its heroes apolitical (besides the far-left Green Arrow and ultraconservative Hawkman, anyway), this will most likely be ignored in future stories. That said, [[FridgeBrilliance it's not altogether inconsistent for a fairly wealthy army-brat who makes her living off of the personal freedom of the press to be interested in a moderate-Republican former soldier like John McCain.]] Counterpoint being that Lois Lane is a crusading seemingly liberal journalist with a primary focus on social issues. In the past, her opinion of the Republican Party has been shown to be quite negative. But generally as throwaway references, most of which are quite old: anger at "12 years of Republican administrations" was cited as one of the causes of the anger that enabled her DemonicPossession during the ''Eclipso: The Darkness Within'' crossover in the early 1990s. Arguably, since the actual lines Lois spoke in "Decisions" seem to largely be in line with ''libertarian''-Republican views and not necessarily ''conservative''-Republican views, it actually could still fit well with the Eclipso anecdote, as most libertarians generally resent social conservatism and have generally been unhappy with its prevalence within the GOP in recent decades.

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* The 2008 miniseries ''[[TheDCU DC Universe]]: ''Franchise/DCUniverse: Decisions'', written to cash in on the U.S. presidential election, has ComicBook/LoisLane spilling Republican talking points (or at the very least, opinions that the ''libertarian'' wing of the Republican Party would endorse) while asking Clark who he plans to vote for. Given that DC likes to keep its heroes apolitical (besides the far-left Green Arrow and ultraconservative Hawkman, anyway), this will most likely be ignored in future stories. That said, [[FridgeBrilliance it's not altogether inconsistent for a fairly wealthy army-brat who makes her living off of the personal freedom of the press to be interested in a moderate-Republican former soldier like John McCain.]] Counterpoint being that Lois Lane is a crusading seemingly liberal journalist with a primary focus on social issues. In the past, her opinion of the Republican Party has been shown to be quite negative. But generally as throwaway references, most of which are quite old: anger at "12 years of Republican administrations" was cited as one of the causes of the anger that enabled her DemonicPossession during the ''Eclipso: The Darkness Within'' crossover in the early 1990s. Arguably, since the actual lines Lois spoke in "Decisions" seem to largely be in line with ''libertarian''-Republican views and not necessarily ''conservative''-Republican views, it actually could still fit well with the Eclipso anecdote, as most libertarians generally resent social conservatism and have generally been unhappy with its prevalence within the GOP in recent decades.
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