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27th Jul '16 4:20:48 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Tyson Kidd of the Hart Dynasty. Has since shaved it off after, as the story goes, BretHart grabbed it in a training session to gain leverage.

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* Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s Tyson Kidd Wrestling/TysonKidd of the Hart Dynasty. Has since shaved it off after, as the story goes, BretHart grabbed it in a training session to gain leverage.
14th Jul '16 12:53:02 AM JohnnyLurg
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* The title character in the preschool cartoon series ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'' is drawn bald. It is never remarked upon. According to WordOfGod, Caillou was originally supposed to be young baby.

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* The title character in the preschool cartoon series ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'' is drawn bald. It is never remarked upon. According to WordOfGod, Caillou was originally supposed to be a young baby.
12th Apr '16 7:25:00 PM vifetoile
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If the character is a child, expect there to be EpilepticTrees from fans about the character suffering from cancer.

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If the character is a child, expect there to be EpilepticTrees from fans about the character [[LittlestCancerPatient suffering from cancer.
cancer]].
12th Feb '16 1:51:23 PM kablammin45
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* A rare female example of this comes from ''Series/{{Nanalan}}'', whose main character (three-year-old puppet Mona) has [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/2jnfyiDx_rQ/hqdefault.jpg two pig-tails on her head and nothing else]].
23rd Jan '16 5:49:12 PM TonyG
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** Homer Simpson ''is'' bald. However, his kids have hair the same color as their skin. One episode has Lisa being mistaken for a DumbBlonde, and another has Bart's hair reverting to its natural red from lack of sun exposure. In a third episode, they start obsessing over where their head ends and the hair begins, with Lisa hastily drawing a hairline with marker.

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** Homer Simpson ''is'' bald. However, bald, although what little hair he has is stylized as an M over each ear - part of a zigzag pattern going around the back of his head - and two strands looping over the top like a comb over. In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', Bart pulls on the M and it unravels as if it were one strand.
** The Simpson
kids have hair the same color as their skin. One episode has Lisa being mistaken for a DumbBlonde, and another has Bart's hair reverting to its natural red from lack of sun exposure. In a third episode, they start obsessing over where their head ends and the hair begins, with Lisa hastily drawing a hairline with marker.


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* WesternAnimation/GeraldMcBoingBoing has only a squiggle on his forehead to indicate hair in the original theatrical shorts. In the TV series, his hair is colored blond, thus averting this trope.
1st Nov '15 6:45:11 PM thatother1dude
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* It can result in FurryConfusion in ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. The show often forgets that all of its characters are animals, and in one episode Richard states he is balding, even though he completely coated in pink fur. There is also a very interesting case in "The Mustache", where Gumball and Darwin begin sprouting black hairs everywhere. The two remove them with chewing gum and its wrapper, but they keep popping up, so Gumball tears all his fur off and is left with nothing but pink skin. Darwin, [[FurryConfusion the fish]], does the same thing, apparently having '''scalded''' himself.

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* It can result in FurryConfusion in ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''. The show often forgets that all of its characters are animals, and in one episode Richard states he is balding, even though he completely coated in pink fur. There is also a very interesting case in "The Mustache", where Gumball and Darwin begin sprouting black hairs everywhere. The two remove them with chewing gum and its wrapper, but they keep popping up, so Gumball tears all his fur off and is left with nothing but pink skin. Darwin, [[FurryConfusion the fish]], does the same thing, apparently having '''scalded''' '''scaled''' himself.
12th Sep '15 12:17:13 PM paul723
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* Also [[JustifiedTrope justified]] with Stewie from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' for the same reason.
12th Sep '15 12:15:01 PM paul723
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* The eponymous character from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', as well as Skeeter.
12th Aug '15 8:18:59 AM mlsmithca
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* The titular character in the preschool cartoon series ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'' is drawn bald. It is never remarked upon. According to WordOfGod, Caillou was originally supposed to be young baby.

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* The titular title character in the preschool cartoon series ''WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}}'' is drawn bald. It is never remarked upon. According to WordOfGod, Caillou was originally supposed to be young baby.



* ''NightmareNed'''s titular boy has a few strands of hair that stick straight up.

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* ''NightmareNed'''s titular title boy has a few strands of hair that stick straight up.
8th Aug '15 5:41:47 AM Adept
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* Mochu, a minor character in ''GakuenAlice''. A few [[FanNickname fans nicknamed]] him "Baldy".

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* Mochu, a minor character in ''GakuenAlice''.''Manga/AliceAcademy''. A few [[FanNickname fans nicknamed]] him "Baldy".
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