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28th Apr '16 6:57:40 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Sunny from ''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents''.

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* Sunny from ''ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents''.''Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents''.
18th Mar '16 12:01:13 PM DaibhidC
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* The ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'' episode "Where's Baby Smartypants?" has a baby philosopher who is considered the only person that could mediate peace talks between the most warlike races in the galaxy. [[spoiler: Dodgers actually stands in for him and does quite well ... then the real philosopher gets them all riled up again.]]
11th Mar '16 6:34:21 PM GrammarNavi
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* A minor character of ''TheProudFamily'' is a super-intelligent infant who always seems to enjoy pestering Oscar. He speaks in a deep voice and is always outsmarting and embarrassing Oscar Proud. He also doesn't seem to reveal his intelligence to anybody but Oscar.

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* A minor character of ''TheProudFamily'' ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' is a super-intelligent infant who always seems to enjoy pestering Oscar. He speaks in a deep voice and is always outsmarting and embarrassing Oscar Proud. He also doesn't seem to reveal his intelligence to anybody but Oscar.
19th Jan '16 12:16:03 PM Willbyr
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* Ivan Whisky/Cyborg 001 of {{Cyborg 009}} plays the trope straight, but in the 2001 one he's a subversion. He's a very powerful telepath and telekinetic with the intelligence level of an adult, but also is trapped in the body of a baby since he was (unwillingly) given all of this through cyborg enhancements. This means, poor 001 is NotAllowedToGrowUp and, unless he's given a new mechanical body, he will remain as a Brainy Baby ''forever''.

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* Ivan Whisky/Cyborg 001 of {{Cyborg 009}} ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'' plays the trope straight, but in the 2001 one he's a subversion. He's a very powerful telepath and telekinetic with the intelligence level of an adult, but also is trapped in the body of a baby since he was (unwillingly) given all of this through cyborg enhancements. This means, poor 001 is NotAllowedToGrowUp and, unless he's given a new mechanical body, he will remain as a Brainy Baby ''forever''.
26th Dec '15 1:07:34 PM chasemaddigan
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18th Dec '15 2:02:26 PM eroock
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-->- From ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDyXdAf3LR0 (see here for context)]]

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-->- -->-- From ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDyXdAf3LR0 (see here for context)]]
18th Dec '15 9:30:35 AM F1Krazy
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* Downplayed in ''Webcomic/{{Kurami}}''. The titular infant isn't able to speak yet, and still acts like a baby, but considering she can apparently complete a sudoku puzzle despite being nine months old ''and completely blind'', she definitely qualifies.
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6th Dec '15 5:36:26 PM nombretomado
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* Baby Brain in the ''SevenSoldiers: The Manhattan Guardian'' flashbacks to the Newsboy Army.

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* Baby Brain in the ''SevenSoldiers: ''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers: The Manhattan Guardian'' flashbacks to the Newsboy Army.
24th Oct '15 7:13:52 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode, "Bitzi's Beau", Buster worries that his Mom is dating Mr. Ratburn and they'll get married and eventually have children. In his ImagineSpot, he is surrounded by triplet toddlers, who being the children of his Mom and Mr. Ratburn, have rat-shaped heads and rabbit ears. The triplets are all hyperintelligent and nerdy, and want him to read them long books in French. One of them even has a chemistry set, which he breaks when he falls over, and [[NeverMyFault blames it on Buster]].

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* Shown in [[ImagineSpot imagine spots]] involving Mr. Ratburn a good number of times in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Specifically:
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In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' prologue to the episode, "Arthur's Baby", when Arthur explains to the viewers that everyone was a baby once, in one spot, an infant version of Mr. Ratburn is seen writing math equations on the wall.
** In the episode, "Arthur's Substitute Teacher Trouble", Arthur and his friends all worry that Mr. Ratburn's younger sister, Rodentia, is as smart as her brother, imagining that happening even during their childhood years. One of these spots involves an infant version of Rodentia doing calculus on a laptop.
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episode, "Bitzi's Beau", Buster worries that his Mom is [[InterspeciesRomance dating Mr. Ratburn Ratburn]] and they'll get married and eventually have children. In his ImagineSpot, he is surrounded by triplet toddlers, who being the children of his Mom and Mr. Ratburn, have rat-shaped heads and rabbit ears. The triplets are all hyperintelligent and nerdy, and want him to read them long books in French. One of them even has a chemistry set, which he breaks when he falls over, and [[NeverMyFault blames it on Buster]].
23rd Jul '15 9:12:28 AM thatother1dude
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* "Labretto", the OriginsEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', shows Dexter as being able to talk minutes after being born and building machines while still in the crib. Professor Hawk was also described as being extremely smart as a child ("At the age of four, he made history--by receiving a college degree!")

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* "Labretto", the OriginsEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', shows Dexter as being able to talk talking minutes after being born and building machines while still in the crib. Professor Hawk was also described as being extremely smart as a child ("At the age of four, he made history--by receiving a college degree!")
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