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28th Sep '16 7:04:38 PM MrZAP
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** The Todd probably takes the biggest slice of the cake, thanks to his constant sexual comments and idiotic behavior, but Dr. Wen once said that Todd's straightforward thought process makes him a talented surgeon. In fact, for a long time he was actually better than Turk. Though in a case of LinearWarriorsQuadradicWizards, in the end, Turk becomes chief of surgery. Being more traditionally intelligent is more effective in the long run.

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** The Todd probably takes the biggest slice of the cake, thanks to his constant sexual comments and idiotic behavior, but Dr. Wen once said that Todd's straightforward thought process makes him a talented surgeon. In fact, for a long time he was actually better than Turk. Though in a case of LinearWarriorsQuadradicWizards, LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards, in the end, Turk becomes chief of surgery. Being more traditionally intelligent is more effective in the long run.



* ''{{Series/Sherlock}}:'' Sherlock definitely. Self-proclaimed sociopath, does weird things to solve mysteries and keeps skull. John's [[UnfazedEveryman not freaked out by him]], but is definitely [[OnlySaneMan NORMAL in comparison to the guy.]]

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* ''{{Series/Sherlock}}:'' Sherlock definitely. Self-proclaimed sociopath, does weird things to solve mysteries mysteries, and keeps a skull. John's [[UnfazedEveryman not freaked out by him]], but is definitely [[OnlySaneMan NORMAL in comparison to the guy.]]
17th Sep '16 7:00:18 AM ShorinBJ
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*** He is actually offered it once, but to get it, he'd have to sign an official report confirming that he's a transvestite and a homosexual. He's horrified at that -- wisely, since the series is set in the early 1950s -- and protests that he's not any of those things, he's just crazy.
10th Sep '16 6:40:04 PM rjd1922
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10th Sep '16 6:39:44 PM rjd1922
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** The page quote describes Lionel Tribbey, the White House Counsel, who spends much of his first episode wandering the White House and threatening people with a cricket bat. Which he got as a gift from HMTheQueen.

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** The page quote describes Lionel Tribbey, the White House Counsel, who spends much of his first episode wandering the White House and threatening people with a cricket bat. Which he got as a gift from HMTheQueen.UsefulNotes/HMTheQueen.
4th Sep '16 11:04:09 PM erforce
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* All over the place in ''TabletopGames/BattleTech.'' Due to a shortage of talented pilots and officers, militaries are willing to put up with eccentric soldiers and officers as long as their battlefield performance is stellar. Examples include a famous ''Urbanmech'' lance commander, Lt. Wellesley, who obsessively collects antique teapots (itself a probable ShoutOut to M'Quve from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam''), and Ace Darwin, a talented improviser and mercenary warrior who nonetheless constantly causes {{Noodle Incident}}s and pilots a [[VisualPun bright pink]] ''[[Film/ThePinkPanther Panther]]'' everywhere he goes.

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* All over the place in ''TabletopGames/BattleTech.'' Due to a shortage of talented pilots and officers, militaries are willing to put up with eccentric soldiers and officers as long as their battlefield performance is stellar. Examples include a famous ''Urbanmech'' lance commander, Lt. Wellesley, who obsessively collects antique teapots (itself a probable ShoutOut to M'Quve from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam''), and Ace Darwin, a talented improviser and mercenary warrior who nonetheless constantly causes {{Noodle Incident}}s and pilots a [[VisualPun bright pink]] ''[[Film/ThePinkPanther ''[[Franchise/ThePinkPanther Panther]]'' everywhere he goes.



* ''SaintsRowTheThird'':

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* ''SaintsRowTheThird'':''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'':
3rd Sep '16 5:41:11 PM ShorinBJ
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* Captains Hawkeye Pierce and Trapper John [=McIntyre=] on ''Series/{{MASH}}'' are never in uniform, chase the nurses, drink to excess, gamble, and use medical equipment to prank others. On the TV series, the early years would be filled with episodes where Generals and Colonels would appear at the 4077 and be appalled at their behavior yet refused to charge them because they were the best doctors around. Occasionally they really are Bunny Ears Surgeons, dressing in crazy outfits to make patients laugh in post-op.

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* Captains Hawkeye Pierce and Trapper John [=McIntyre=] on ''Series/{{MASH}}'' are never in uniform, chase the nurses, drink to excess, gamble, and use medical equipment to prank others. On the TV series, the early years would be filled with episodes where Generals generals and Colonels colonels would appear at the 4077 and be appalled at their behavior yet refused refuse to charge them because they were the best doctors around. Occasionally they really are Bunny Ears Surgeons, dressing in crazy outfits to make patients laugh in post-op.
30th Aug '16 2:06:14 PM ANTMuddle
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This trope is only for people who ''work'' for other people. If someone's ''boss'' is like this, see TheWonka.

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This trope is only for people who ''work'' for other people. If someone's ''boss'' is like this, see you're probably looking at TheWonka.
27th Aug '16 7:51:29 PM somebob
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* Subverted in ''Series/SchoolOfRock''. Mr Finn is actually terrible at teaching anything but rock.
23rd Aug '16 3:18:15 AM dasabouri
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Some characters have pervasive or extremely noticeable personality quirks, but somehow remain faithfully employed because they are just that good at what they do. Coworkers, superiors, and friends are willing to overlook certain informalities because of this (e.g. a hypothetical highly successful lawyer who happens to wear fuzzy pink bunny ears during all his cases) so long as they get the job done and cause a minimal amount of intentional problems. This is a cost/benefit ordeal: if they weren't so good at their job or their quirks were too obstructive, no employer would consider them a necessary sacrifice for sanity. Not an unusual trait in the RagtagBunchOfMisfits.

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Some characters have pervasive or extremely noticeable personality quirks, but somehow remain faithfully steadily employed because they are simply just that good at what they do. Coworkers, superiors, and friends are find themselves willing to overlook certain these informalities because of this (e.g. a hypothetical highly successful lawyer who happens to wear fuzzy pink bunny ears during all his cases) so long as they get the job done and cause a minimal amount of intentional problems.gets done. This is a cost/benefit ordeal: if they weren't so good at their job or their quirks were too obstructive, no employer would consider them a necessary sacrifice for sanity. Not an unusual trait in the RagtagBunchOfMisfits.
19th Aug '16 11:17:34 PM jormis29
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* ''Series:YouMeAndTheApocalypse'': Father Jude has his own approach to things, he smokes like a chimney, swears like a sailor and has a generally casual attitude but he is a devout priest with real faith in his God and a caring man.

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* ''Series:YouMeAndTheApocalypse'': ''Series/YouMeAndTheApocalypse'': Father Jude has his own approach to things, he smokes like a chimney, swears like a sailor and has a generally casual attitude but he is a devout priest with real faith in his God and a caring man.
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