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26th Sep '15 7:08:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* Cleo, the title character's older sister in AmeliasNotebook. Along with having awful table manners, too, from Amelia's point of view, at least.
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* Cleo, the title character's older sister in AmeliasNotebook.''Literature/AmeliasNotebook''. Along with having awful table manners, too, from Amelia's point of view, at least.
13th Sep '15 12:57:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''NoOrdinaryFamily'': {{Telepath|y}}ic Daphne starts out as this, but thanks to some CharacterDevelopment, she is becoming less so.
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* ''NoOrdinaryFamily'': ''Series/NoOrdinaryFamily'': {{Telepath|y}}ic Daphne starts out as this, but thanks to some CharacterDevelopment, she is becoming less so.

* Lily Finnerty from ''GroundedForLife''
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* Lily Finnerty from ''GroundedForLife''''Series/GroundedForLife''
14th Aug '15 3:57:01 PM AgProv
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* Jeri Keene in ''Webcomic/PreTeena'' is a classic of they type. Eleven year old Teena shows occasional signs of teetering on the cusp of pre-teenage brattiness.
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* Jeri Keene in ''Webcomic/PreTeena'' is a classic of they the type. Eleven year old Teena shows occasional signs of teetering on the cusp of pre-teenage brattiness.
2nd Aug '15 10:03:09 AM nombretomado
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* Louise Halevy ''starts'' like this in ''{{Gundam 00}}''. When she ''stops'' being like that, it's through a heart-wrenching WhamEpisode... [[spoiler:and she ends up as a TykeBomb DarkActionGirl. She finds and goes to town on Nena Trinity who caused it. It takes her and Saji a LOT to get her better.]]
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* Louise Halevy ''starts'' like this in ''{{Gundam 00}}''.''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00''. When she ''stops'' being like that, it's through a heart-wrenching WhamEpisode... [[spoiler:and she ends up as a TykeBomb DarkActionGirl. She finds and goes to town on Nena Trinity who caused it. It takes her and Saji a LOT to get her better.]]
19th Jul '15 10:16:48 AM wuggles
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* Hilary Banks of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir''.
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* Hilary Banks of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir''.''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', although strictly speaking Hilary was in her twenties. In later episodes Ashley acts like this as well.
13th Jul '15 2:41:29 PM StFan
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* Taken to extremes by [[StreetUrchin Miyuki]] from ''TokyoGodfathers''.
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* Taken to extremes by [[StreetUrchin Miyuki]] from ''TokyoGodfathers''.''Anime/TokyoGodfathers''.
2nd Jun '15 10:23:36 AM rafi
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* Max Goof from ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' and ''An Extremely Goofy Movie'', as well as on occasion on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', qualifies as a male example. He cares about his popularity and image, loudly complains about minor inconveniences, and is somewhat materialistic, as shown when he expresses envy for his friend who has cool stuff but not a good home life. Most of the time this shows up, however, he learns to appreciate [[GoodParents what he has]]... [[AesopAmnesia for now]].

* Katie Ka-Boom of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''.
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* Angelica in ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' after being a BrattyHalfPint in ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. ** In the 1st show, there was Susie's sister Alisa, especially in "The Last Babysitter". * Katie Ka-Boom of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''. She was more bad-tempered and impatient then particularly bratty. She did try to obey her parents now and then.

* Roberta from ''TheClevelandShow''.
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* Roberta from ''TheClevelandShow''.''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''.

* Judy Jetson of ''TheJetsons''.
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* Trina Riffin in ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}''. * Judy Jetson of ''TheJetsons''. She somes acts much like a typical rebellious American teenage daughter whose interests include clothes, hanging out with boys, and revealing secrets to her diary.

* Candace of ''PhineasAndFerb''. High-strung, to boot. Though she's a more minor example. A more major one from the show would be Vanessa, but having an "evil" goofball for a father would do that to any girl.
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* Candace of ''PhineasAndFerb''.''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. High-strung, to boot. Though she's a more minor example. A more major one from the show would be Vanessa, but having an "evil" goofball for a father would do that to any girl.

* Candace of ''PhineasAndFerb''. High-strung, to boot. Though she's a more minor example. A more major one from the show would be Vanessa, On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Stan's sister Shelley has been this, but having an "evil" goofball for a father would do that to any girl.it has become progressively less and less covert.

* Angelica in ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' after being a BrattyHalfPint in ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. ** In the 1st show, there was Susie's sister Alisa, especially in "The Last Babysitter". * Trina Riffin in ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}''. * Max Goof from ''WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie'' and ''An Extremely Goofy Movie'', as well as on occasion on ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', qualifies as a male example. He cares about his popularity and image, loudly complains about minor inconveniences, and is somewhat materialistic, as shown when he expresses envy for his friend who has cool stuff but not a good home life. Most of the time this shows up, however, he learns to appreciate [[GoodParents what he has]]... [[AesopAmnesia for now]].

* On ''SouthPark'', Stan's sister Shelley has been this, but it has become progressively less and less covert.
2nd Jun '15 10:02:48 AM TVRulezAgain
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* Candace of ''PhineasAndFerb''. High-strung, to boot. ** Though she's a more minor example. A more major one from the show would be Vanessa, but having an "evil" goofball for a father would do that to any girl.
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* Candace of ''PhineasAndFerb''. High-strung, to boot. ** boot. Though she's a more minor example. A more major one from the show would be Vanessa, but having an "evil" goofball for a father would do that to any girl.

* Pearl from ''SpongeBobSquarePants''.
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* Pearl from ''SpongeBobSquarePants''.''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.

* Debbie Thornberry from ''TheWildThornberrys'', though she's at least a little smarter than the average.
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* Debbie Thornberry from ''TheWildThornberrys'', ''WesternAnimation/TheWildThornberrys'', though she's at least a little smarter than the average.

* Angelica in ''AllGrownUp'' after being a BrattyHalfPint in ''{{Rugrats}}''.
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* Angelica in ''AllGrownUp'' ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'' after being a BrattyHalfPint in ''{{Rugrats}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''.
23rd May '15 7:41:18 PM azul120
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* Maho from ''WanderingSon'' . She complains a lot and [[BigBrotherBully berates Nitori]] more. She mellows out by her late teens and just acts somewhat moody. * Mirai from ''Anime/{{Tokyo Magnitude 8}}'' is a pessimistic middle school girl with an attitude. She gets a reality check when an earthquake hits the area she is visiting with her little brother, and the experience helps her in the end.
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* Maho from ''WanderingSon'' .''WanderingSon''. She complains a lot and [[BigBrotherBully berates Nitori]] more. She mellows out by her late teens and just acts somewhat moody. * Mirai from ''Anime/{{Tokyo Magnitude 8}}'' ''Anime/TokyoMagnitude8'' is a pessimistic middle school girl with an attitude. She gets a reality check when an earthquake hits the area she is visiting with her little brother, and the experience helps her in the end.

* This is [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] in the FilmNoir ''MildredPierce''. Fiercely protective mother Mildred tries to do anything to please her daughter Veda, who is an unappreciative brat. Mildred ends up ruining her own life just to try to get love back from her daughter.
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* This is [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstructed]] {{deconstructed|Trope}}ion in the FilmNoir ''MildredPierce''. Fiercely protective mother Mildred tries to do anything to please her daughter Veda, who is an unappreciative brat. Mildred ends up ruining her own life just to try to get love back from her daughter.

** Also a subtle [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]]. She's a spoiled brat with a roomful of toys and pitches fits, but her parents are emotionally unavailable at best and passive-aggressively snide at worst; her outbursts are obvious cries for attention. The movie ends [[spoiler: with Sarah learning to turn inward for comfort, without losing perspective in the real world.]]
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** Also a subtle [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]].{{deconstruct|edTrope}}ion. She's a spoiled brat with a roomful of toys and pitches fits, but her parents are emotionally unavailable at best and passive-aggressively snide at worst; her outbursts are obvious cries for attention. The movie ends [[spoiler: with Sarah learning to turn inward for comfort, without losing perspective in the real world.]]

* Claudia starts out this way in ''Literature/AThreadOfGrace.'' [[TookALevelInBadass She grows out of it]].
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* Claudia starts out this way in ''Literature/AThreadOfGrace.'' ''Literature/AThreadOfGrace''. [[TookALevelInBadass She grows out of it]].it.]]

* Dolores Haze in ''{{Lolita}}'' towards her mother and later to her stepfather Humbert Humbert. [[UnreliableNarrator Or so he'd have us believe]]. Humbert is so self-absorbed he fails to realise that much of this is Dolores lashing out at his nightly sexual abuse and daily control of every aspect of her life.
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* Dolores Haze in ''{{Lolita}}'' towards her mother and later to her stepfather Humbert Humbert. [[UnreliableNarrator Or so he'd have us believe]]. believe.]] Humbert is so self-absorbed he fails to realise that much of this is Dolores lashing out at his nightly sexual abuse and daily control of every aspect of her life.

** ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'' similarly had Marah and Kapri, Lothor's Bratty Teenage Nieces. They're only related by marriage, but [[spoiler: it's apparently enough for Cam, Lothor's nephew, to consider them "cousins" and give them a second chance in the season finale.]] * Charlene Sinclair from ''{{Series/Dinosaurs}}''.
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** ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'' similarly had Marah and Kapri, Lothor's Bratty Teenage Nieces. They're only related by marriage, but [[spoiler: it's [[spoiler:it's apparently enough for Cam, Lothor's nephew, to consider them "cousins" and give them a second chance in the season finale.]] * Charlene Sinclair from ''{{Series/Dinosaurs}}''.''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}''.

* Zoe from ''{{Series/Eureka}}'' at first, eventually turning into a DeadpanSnarker and possibly JerkWithAHeartOfGold.
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* Zoe from ''{{Series/Eureka}}'' ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' at first, eventually turning into a DeadpanSnarker and possibly JerkWithAHeartOfGold.

* Alexis Castle in ''Series/{{Castle}}'' is a delightful inversion of this trope, being consistently both one of the most well-adjusted, mature, and down-to-earth members of Richard Castle's entire family. She does have her moments, but they're usually triggered by her father's immaturity(-stroke-[[OverprotectiveDad overprotectiveness]]) rather than the other way round.
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* Alexis Castle in ''Series/{{Castle}}'' is a delightful inversion of this trope, being consistently both one of the most well-adjusted, mature, and down-to-earth members of Richard Castle's entire family. She does have her moments, but they're usually triggered by her father's immaturity(-stroke-[[OverprotectiveDad overprotectiveness]]) immaturity(-stroke-{{overprotective|Dad}}ness) rather than the other way round.

* On ''SouthPark'', Stan's sister Shelley has evolved into this over the years.
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* On ''SouthPark'', Stan's sister Shelley has evolved into this over the years.been this, but it has become progressively less and less covert.

10th May '15 1:09:52 PM StFan
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* ''Series/MadMen'': Roger Sterling's daughter Margaret in the early seasons: she has numerous fits about how little attention Roger gives her, and about him marrying Jane, which is a fair point but she acts like a child about it (Mona isn't nearly as bothered by it as Margaret). Also, by Season 6, Sally Draper fits the bill, mouthing off to Betty and going on a ModelUnitedNations trip to Manhattan basically to hang out with boys unsupervised (albeit she takes the actual [=MUNing=] more seriously than her committee partner, who hasn't done any research and is there ''only'' for the boys).
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* ''Series/MadMen'': Roger Sterling's daughter Margaret in the early seasons: she has numerous fits about how little attention Roger gives her, and about him marrying Jane, which is a fair point but she acts like a child about it (Mona isn't nearly as bothered by it as Margaret). Also, by Season 6, Sally Draper fits the bill, mouthing off to Betty and going on a ModelUnitedNations LARP/ModelUnitedNations trip to Manhattan basically to hang out with boys unsupervised (albeit she takes the actual [=MUNing=] more seriously than her committee partner, who hasn't done any research and is there ''only'' for the boys).
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