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9th Feb '16 6:00:25 PM Homemaderat
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* ''[[Franchise/ScoobyDoo Scooby-Doo]]'''s nephew Scrappy, whose attempts to inject cuteness and humor into the show [[TheScrappy backfired horribly and became a trope unto itself]]. ** Then there's the lesser known Yabba Doo (Scooby's brother), and Scooby Doo's cousins Scooby Dum and Scooby Dee. ** Scrappy does have a mother, Ruby Doo (Scooby's sister). Ruby is seen twice in the various Scooby spinoffs---the first, in a flashback to the day Scrappy was born, and the second appearance as a puppy in "A Pup Named Scooby Doo." Her name's presumably a reference to Joe Ruby, one of the co-creators of Scooby Doo.
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* ''[[Franchise/ScoobyDoo Scooby-Doo]]'''s nephew Scrappy, whose attempts to inject cuteness and humor into the show [[TheScrappy backfired horribly and became a trope unto itself]]. ** Then there's the lesser known Yabba Doo (Scooby's brother), and Scooby Doo's cousins Scooby Dum and Scooby Dee. ** Scrappy does have arrived as one calling Scooby his "Uncle" with at that point a mother, Scooby sibling had yet to materialize. ** In his second series a flashback episode revealed Scrappy's mother is Ruby Doo (Scooby's sister). Ruby is seen twice later returns in the various Scooby spinoffs---the first, in a flashback to the day Scrappy was born, and the second appearance as a puppy in "A Pup Named Scooby Doo." an episode of WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo, Her name's presumably a reference to Joe Ruby, one of the co-creators of Scooby Doo.

* Then there's Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy. No mother in sight or ever mentioned.
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* Then there's Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy.WesternAnimation/AugieDoggieAndDoggieDaddy. No mother in sight or ever mentioned.
20th Jan '16 9:14:55 PM GrammarNavi
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** The instruction booklet of ''DonkeyKong64'' (in the words of [[SelfDemonstrating/CrankyKong Cranky Kong]]) describes Diddy as "Donkey's little nephew wannabe." Given that they're different species (Donkey's a gorilla and Diddy's a monkey) the likelihood of them actually being related is extremely small, but the Kong family itself seems to be very diverse, spanning many different species of ape, indicating that one needs only be a primate to be called 'Kong'. The quote itself seems to derive from either a writer on the Rare Scribes website (who postulated that Diddy was DK's nephew), or DK's in-game data in SuperSmashBros (although it should be mentioned that this was added to the English localization and wasn't in the Japanese version, suggesting this was never Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s intention). Eventually it was mentioned that Diddy was adopted.
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** The instruction booklet of ''DonkeyKong64'' (in the words of [[SelfDemonstrating/CrankyKong Cranky Kong]]) describes Diddy as "Donkey's little nephew wannabe." Given that they're different species (Donkey's a gorilla and Diddy's a monkey) the likelihood of them actually being related is extremely small, but the Kong family itself seems to be very diverse, spanning many different species of ape, indicating that one needs only be a primate to be called 'Kong'. The quote itself seems to derive from either a writer on the Rare Scribes website (who postulated that Diddy was DK's nephew), or DK's in-game data in SuperSmashBros ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' (although it should be mentioned that this was added to the English localization and wasn't in the Japanese version, suggesting this was never Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s intention). Eventually it was mentioned that Diddy was adopted.
15th Jan '16 6:12:31 AM Anddrix
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Also works as a reverse ParentalBonus. It is ''still'' not as if any of these characters are immune to scenes that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar get crap past the radar]] and are clearly not literally chaste; they also can still get loads of ShipTease moments. [[ViewersAreMorons Good thing the kids would be too stupid to notice those]].
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Also works as a reverse ParentalBonus. It is ''still'' not as if any of these characters are immune to scenes that [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar get crap past the radar]] and are clearly not literally chaste; they also can still get loads of ShipTease moments. [[ViewersAreMorons Good thing the kids would be too stupid to notice those]]. those.
9th Jan '16 10:29:21 AM nombretomado
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* Aside from the throwaway gag mentioned above, it's averted with Mr. Krabs on ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', since he has a daughter, Pearl…who's a whale.
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* Aside from the throwaway gag mentioned above, it's averted with Mr. Krabs on ''SpongeBobSquarePants'', ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', since he has a daughter, Pearl…who's a whale.
9th Jan '16 10:29:11 AM nombretomado
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* In CatDog, Rancid Rabbit had a convenient niece who was even ''named'' after him as Rancy.
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* In CatDog, ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'', Rancid Rabbit had a convenient niece who was even ''named'' after him as Rancy.

** ''CatDog'' actually used this trope a lot - the episode "Harasslin' Match" features Winslow's nephews, Brat and Runt. * A ''SpongebobSquarepants'' comic has [=SpongeBob=] getting a visit from his triplet nephews, named Spongebrian, Spongekevin, and Spongecarl. The fact that they're a parody of Donald's nephews is made more obvious when [=SpongeBob=] sees that they've grown up to be punks. In a piece of irony, they become captivated by Squidward's hobbies.
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** ''CatDog'' ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' actually used this trope a lot - the episode "Harasslin' Match" features Winslow's nephews, Brat and Runt. * A ''SpongebobSquarepants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' comic has [=SpongeBob=] getting a visit from his triplet nephews, named Spongebrian, Spongekevin, and Spongecarl. The fact that they're a parody of Donald's nephews is made more obvious when [=SpongeBob=] sees that they've grown up to be punks. In a piece of irony, they become captivated by Squidward's hobbies.
29th Dec '15 2:52:33 PM skteosk
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* In ''{{WesternAnimation/MASK}}'', Matt Trakker has a son, Scott, with no sign of a mother. Although it's curiously never mentioned in the series, the comics, toyline and even the novelisations of cartoon episodes all identify Scott as being adopted.
31st Oct '15 4:28:27 PM nombretomado
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* British children's comic ''TheBeano'' completely avoided this in its ''Dennis the Menace'' strips (''not'' to be confused with the American character of the same name) - Gnasher, Dennis's dog, had an actual son named Gnipper. He also had a lot of other children, but Gnipper is the only one who really features. Then there's Dennis's baby sister Bea, who arrived in the mid-90s after an entire arc of Dennis wondering why the adults were acting differently.
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* British children's comic ''TheBeano'' ''ComicBook/TheBeano'' completely avoided this in its ''Dennis the Menace'' strips (''not'' to be confused with the American character of the same name) - Gnasher, Dennis's dog, had an actual son named Gnipper. He also had a lot of other children, but Gnipper is the only one who really features. Then there's Dennis's baby sister Bea, who arrived in the mid-90s after an entire arc of Dennis wondering why the adults were acting differently.
18th Oct '15 11:53:41 AM nombretomado
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* In an episode from the last season of ''ThePowerpuffGirls'', Fuzzy Lumpkins went on a camping trip with his three nephews - Wuzzy, Buzzy, and Scuzzy.
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* In an episode from the last season of ''ThePowerpuffGirls'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', Fuzzy Lumpkins went on a camping trip with his three nephews - Wuzzy, Buzzy, and Scuzzy.
9th Oct '15 1:51:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''FamilyAffair'', Uncle Bill, a bachelor, acquired his nieces, Cissy and Buffy, and nephew Jodie after his brother and sister-in-law died in a car crash.
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* In ''FamilyAffair'', ''Series/FamilyAffair'', Uncle Bill, a bachelor, acquired his nieces, Cissy and Buffy, and nephew Jodie after his brother and sister-in-law died in a car crash.

* Fat Freddy's Cat from Gilbert Shelton's ''FreakBrothers'' has three nephews who finish each other's sentences in the time-honored manner. They actually ask him why so many cartoon characters have nephews and nieces. His answer is pretty much the same as the one on this page, at which they ask, "So are you saying that Huey Dewey and Louie are the illegitimate sons of Donald and Daisy Duck?" * Parodied in an issue of ''TheSimpsons'' comic book. On one page of a story, Mr. Burns has a brief conversation with his three nephews, who look like smaller versions of him dressed like Huey, Dewey and Louie (and they talk like them too).
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* Fat Freddy's Cat from Gilbert Shelton's ''FreakBrothers'' ''Series/FreakBrothers'' has three nephews who finish each other's sentences in the time-honored manner. They actually ask him why so many cartoon characters have nephews and nieces. His answer is pretty much the same as the one on this page, at which they ask, "So are you saying that Huey Dewey and Louie are the illegitimate sons of Donald and Daisy Duck?" * Parodied in an issue of ''TheSimpsons'' ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons'' comic book. On one page of a story, Mr. Burns has a brief conversation with his three nephews, who look like smaller versions of him dressed like Huey, Dewey and Louie (and they talk like them too).
9th Sep '15 3:58:56 PM nombretomado
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* ''RockosModernLife'': Filburt (male turtle) and Dr. Hutchinson (female cat) not only get married, but have several children together, all hatched from a giant egg (one looks inexplicably disturbingly like Heffer, who, uh, [[LamarckWasRight kept the egg warm]].) * ''TheFlintstones'': Fred and Wilma have Pebbles and Wilma was even shown as being pregnant onscreen. Bamm-Bamm, on the other hand, was adopted. * Swedish comic ''{{Bamse}}'', featuring a super-strong anthropomorphic bear, not only eventually ended up getting married and having children, but so did some important supporting characters.
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* ''RockosModernLife'': ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'': Filburt (male turtle) and Dr. Hutchinson (female cat) not only get married, but have several children together, all hatched from a giant egg (one looks inexplicably disturbingly like Heffer, who, uh, [[LamarckWasRight kept the egg warm]].) * ''TheFlintstones'': ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'': Fred and Wilma have Pebbles and Wilma was even shown as being pregnant onscreen. Bamm-Bamm, on the other hand, was adopted. * Swedish comic ''{{Bamse}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Bamse}}'', featuring a super-strong anthropomorphic bear, not only eventually ended up getting married and having children, but so did some important supporting characters.
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