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3rd Jan '16 5:22:47 PM WeirdKev27
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode ''Party of One'', Pinkie Pie's SanitySlippage leads to her coming up with 'new friends' - a bucket of turnips, a flour sack, and a pile of rocks. She then acts like they're talking to her (via terrible ventriloquism), and turning her against her old friends. Rainbow Dash is understandably creeped out by this.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode ''Party of One'', Pinkie Pie's SanitySlippage leads to her coming up with 'new friends' - a bucket of turnips, a flour sack, a lint ball and a pile of rocks. She then acts like they're talking to her (via terrible ventriloquism), and turning her against her old friends. Rainbow Dash is understandably creeped out by this.
16th Dec '15 5:10:17 PM nombretomado
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* LeagueOfLegends: Jinx and her Rocket Launcher, Fishbones.
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* LeagueOfLegends: ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'': Jinx and her Rocket Launcher, Fishbones.
16th Oct '15 8:55:29 AM DaibhidC
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* In ''Series/{{Rentaghost}}'', medieval jester Timothy Claypole often consulted his marrote (the stick with a jester's head carved into it) "Tiny Timothy". Given that this is a show with a living pantomime horse, it is extremely unclear how independent Tiny Timothy really is.
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* In ''Series/{{Rentaghost}}'', medieval jester Timothy Claypole often consulted his marrote marotte (the stick with a jester's head carved into it) "Tiny Timothy". Given that this is a show with a living pantomime horse, it is extremely unclear how independent Tiny Timothy really is.
7th Oct '15 8:22:32 PM nombretomado
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* JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac talks to his neighbor Squee's stuffed bear:
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* JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac talks to his neighbor Squee's stuffed bear:
28th Sep '15 12:16:46 AM Schismatism
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode ''Party of One'', Pinkie Pie's SanitySlippage leads to her coming up with 'new friends' - a bucket of turnips, a flour sack, and a pile of rocks. She then acts like they're talking to her (via terrible ventriloquism), and turning her against her old friends. Rainbow Dash is understandably creeped out by this.
12th Sep '15 9:39:38 PM nombretomado
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* Penny/Lili from the U.S. version of ''AdvanceWars: Days of Ruin'', and "Mr. Bear".
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* Penny/Lili from the U.S. version of ''AdvanceWars: ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars: Days of Ruin'', and "Mr. Bear".
12th Sep '15 9:36:17 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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'''[[PsychicChildren Penny:]]''' Hold on! Let Penny ask Mr. Bear! ... ... ... ... Mr. Bear says no! Mr. Bear says we are all alone. ...[[DemonicDummy He also hates you.]]
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'''[[PsychicChildren Penny:]]''' '''Penny:''' Hold on! Let Penny ask Mr. Bear! ... ... ... ... Mr. Bear says no! Mr. Bear says we are all alone. ...[[DemonicDummy He also hates you.]]
23rd Aug '15 7:36:14 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* ''Series/ThePrisoner'' lampshades this when [[AffablyEvil Number Two]] uses mannequins as a jury in "Free For All". -->'''Number Two''': Unanimous decision!
5th Aug '15 5:56:55 AM sorako
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* In ''LightNovel/SakurasouNoPetNaKanojo'', Nanami does this in episode 6 when she wakes up after having suffered from a flu and severe exhaustion. Her stuffed animal plays the other voice, and she does it long enough for Sorata, who was coming to her room with some food, to hear some of it. Somehow justified as she is interested in being a voice actor.
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* In ''LightNovel/SakurasouNoPetNaKanojo'', ''LightNovel/ThePetGirlOfSakurasou'', Nanami does this in episode 6 when she wakes up after having suffered from a flu and severe exhaustion. Her stuffed animal plays the other voice, and she does it long enough for Sorata, who was coming to her room with some food, to hear some of it. Somehow justified as she is interested in being a voice actor.
20th Jul '15 6:57:47 AM StFan
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* Ayame from ''WandabaStyle'' often asks "Mr. Fairy," [[ImaginaryFriend magical creatures only she can see]], what they think, and will occasionally attribute a comment she made to them: "I was only saying what Mr. Fairy told me," "Mr. Fairy thinks so, too," etc.
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* Ayame from ''WandabaStyle'' ''Anime/WandabaStyle'' often asks "Mr. Fairy," [[ImaginaryFriend magical creatures only she can see]], what they think, and will occasionally attribute a comment she made to them: "I was only saying what Mr. Fairy told me," "Mr. Fairy thinks so, too," etc.

* In ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', Juri Katou has an unnamed hand puppet which she regularly uses to talk in her stead and express her opinions, as some sort of defence mechanism. [[spoiler:With Leomon's death, her subsequent spiral into depression, kidnapping and replacement by the D-Reaper, this gets twisted in a ''very'' messed-up manner: the puppet starts spouting much darker thoughts, and that's just the beginning...]]\\ \\ Later, [[spoiler:while she teeters on the edge of DespairEventHorizon , she also uses her hand puppet to try and strangle herself.]]
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* In ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', Juri Katou has an unnamed hand puppet which she regularly uses to talk in her stead and express her opinions, as some sort of defence mechanism. [[spoiler:With Leomon's death, her subsequent spiral into depression, kidnapping and replacement by the D-Reaper, this gets twisted in a ''very'' messed-up manner: the puppet starts spouting much darker thoughts, and that's just the beginning...]]\\ \\ ]] Later, [[spoiler:while she teeters on the edge of DespairEventHorizon , she also uses her hand puppet to try and strangle herself.]]

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* In ''MoreInformationThanYouRequire'', the author talks about adopting a gambling persona, and gives an example of a guy who plays poker in character as a [[CrazyHomelessPeople Crazy Homeless Person]] who lives in a hollow tree in Burt Reynolds' yard. He consults his German Shepherd, Wolfie, on all of his wagers, often having full conversations and shouting matches with the dog, at which point he says, "I'm sorry, my dog is a jerk hole!" makes a bet, and vomits on himself. This strategy manages to baffle experienced poker players.
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* In ''MoreInformationThanYouRequire'', ''Literature/MoreInformationThanYouRequire'', the author talks about adopting a gambling persona, and gives an example of a guy who plays poker in character as a [[CrazyHomelessPeople Crazy Homeless Person]] who lives in a hollow tree in Burt Reynolds' yard. He consults his German Shepherd, Wolfie, on all of his wagers, often having full conversations and shouting matches with the dog, at which point he says, "I'm sorry, my dog is a jerk hole!" makes a bet, and vomits on himself. This strategy manages to baffle experienced poker players.

* In ''{{Series/Rentaghost}}'', medieval jester Timothy Claypole often consulted his marrote (the stick with a jester's head carved into it) "Tiny Timothy". Given that this is a show with a living pantomime horse, it is extremely unclear how independent Tiny Timothy really is.
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* In ''{{Series/Rentaghost}}'', ''Series/{{Rentaghost}}'', medieval jester Timothy Claypole often consulted his marrote (the stick with a jester's head carved into it) "Tiny Timothy". Given that this is a show with a living pantomime horse, it is extremely unclear how independent Tiny Timothy really is.

* Ventriloquist ''NinaConti'' is often accused of this by her cynical monkey puppet, Monk. When he isn't accusing her of wasting her life learning ventriloquism.
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* Ventriloquist ''NinaConti'' ''Creator/NinaConti'' is often accused of this by her cynical monkey puppet, Monk. When he isn't accusing her of wasting her life learning ventriloquism.

* Minsc from the ''BaldursGate'' series, and his miniature giant space hamster Boo.
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* Minsc from the ''BaldursGate'' ''Franchise/BaldursGate'' series, and his miniature giant space hamster Boo.

* Big Steve in ''MagicalDiary'' will start doing this if you give him a rabbit plushie.
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* Big Steve in ''MagicalDiary'' ''VisualNovel/MagicalDiary'' will start doing this if you give him a rabbit plushie.

** {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Elan worships Banjo, his own hand puppet, as his god. Despite it just being an ordinary puppet that Elan made, the nature of the D&D-based world means his worship turned it into a real god (though a very weak one, since it [[GodsNeedPrayerBadly only has one worshiper]]). ** Lord Shojo defers to his cat, Mr. Scruffy. [[spoiler:Which was all really just ObfuscatingInsanity on his part.]] Belkar treats Mr. Scruffy somewhat the same way, though to a much lesser extent, considering the cat his partner in crime. * ''DragonTails'' has Bluey and his companion the bunny-dragon.
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** {{Cloudcuckoolander}} Elan worships Banjo, his own hand puppet, as his god. Despite it just being an ordinary puppet that Elan made, the nature of the D&D-based ''D&D''-based world means his worship turned it into a real god (though a very weak one, since it [[GodsNeedPrayerBadly only has one worshiper]]). ** Lord Shojo defers to his cat, Mr. Scruffy. [[spoiler:Which was is all really just ObfuscatingInsanity on his part.]] Belkar treats Mr. Scruffy somewhat the same way, though to a much lesser extent, considering the cat his partner in crime. * ''DragonTails'' ''Webcomic/DragonTails'' has Bluey and his companion the bunny-dragon.

* ''PuffTheMagicDragon'': In the 1982 special ''Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody'', a gifted child is persecuted by peers and authority figures alike for his excessive creativity, so he starts attributing his output to his imaginary friend. He eventually comes to believe that all his talent is due to his friend's presence.
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* ''PuffTheMagicDragon'': ''WesternAnimation/PuffTheMagicDragon'': In the 1982 special ''Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody'', a gifted child is persecuted by peers and authority figures alike for his excessive creativity, so he starts attributing his output to his imaginary friend. He eventually comes to believe that all his talent is due to his friend's presence.

* The Human Ton in ''TheTick'' had Handy, a crude hand puppet. Handy is an interesting case, because while he's clearly autonomous, he can't use a wishing machine because he's not a real person, and goes inert when he's not on someone's hand. Ton ''also'' screams and collapses without his puppet. ** TheTick created a temporary sidekick he called "Little Wooden Boy" in one episode. * ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'': ** The Human Ton in ''TheTick'' had has Handy, a crude hand puppet. Handy is an interesting case, because while he's clearly autonomous, he can't use a wishing machine because he's not a real person, and goes inert when he's not on someone's hand. Ton ''also'' screams and collapses without his puppet. ** TheTick The Tick himself created a temporary sidekick he called "Little Wooden Boy" in one episode. * ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'':

* In chapter 27 of ''ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', Fred consults his tattered old teddy bear, which has apparently been his only company following his separation from de facto dad, the mayor of Crystal Cove and the dissolution of the team.
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* In chapter 27 of ''ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', Fred consults his tattered old teddy bear, which has apparently been his only company following his separation from de facto dad, the mayor of Crystal Cove and the dissolution of the team.

* The 2013 reboot of ''[[WesternAnimation/MaxSteel2013 Max Steel]]'' has Toxzon and his plastic goldfish Fishy. When we see things from Toxzon's POV Fishy moves around, talks, wears a tiny hat and is arguably a even nastier piece of work than Toxzon. From everyone else's POV however, Fishy is just a silent, immobile plastic goldfish.
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* The 2013 reboot of ''[[WesternAnimation/MaxSteel2013 Max Steel]]'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Max Steel|2013}}'' has Toxzon and his plastic goldfish Fishy. When we see things from Toxzon's POV Fishy moves around, talks, wears a tiny hat and is arguably a even nastier piece of work than Toxzon. From everyone else's POV however, Fishy is just a silent, immobile plastic goldfish.
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