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3rd Nov '17 9:14:47 AM Kissinger113
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda fails to realize it]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence.Lawrence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda fails to realize it]].
2nd Nov '17 12:30:13 PM Kissinger113
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[GenreBlind Linda fails to realize it]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[GenreBlind [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda fails to realize it]].
2nd Nov '17 12:28:50 PM Kissinger113
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda fails to realize it]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint [[GenreBlind Linda fails to realize it]].
2nd Nov '17 12:28:06 PM Kissinger113
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda fails to realize this]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence. When Candace points this out to her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda fails to realize this]].it]].
2nd Nov '17 12:26:37 PM Kissinger113
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence.
** Of course, there are a few complications. A) Phineas immediately pops up with "No, we didn't build this one" before the two brothers reverse engineer another invention just to figure out what it is. B) Having participated in a few adventures, it's inconcievable why Lawrence ''wouldn't'' believe her. And C) despite being relegated to ButtMonkey for the episode, it's made clear that Linda has learned nothing and still thinks Candance is a nutball. As expected for the series, HilarityEnsues.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has an episode where Candace finally convinces her mom that her brothers have done something bad, then she has trouble convincing Laurence.
** Of course, there are a few complications. A) Phineas immediately pops up with "No, we didn't build
Laurence. When Candace points this one" before the two brothers reverse engineer another invention just to figure out what it is. B) Having participated in a few adventures, it's inconcievable why Lawrence ''wouldn't'' believe her. And C) despite being relegated to ButtMonkey for the episode, it's made clear that her, however, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Linda has learned nothing and still thinks Candance is a nutball. As expected for the series, HilarityEnsues.fails to realize this]].
28th Oct '17 3:31:57 PM AHI-3000
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', at the end of the first season (after spending the entire series thus far reprimanding Jackie whenever he brings up magic) [[TheMenInBlack Captain Black]] finally witnesses magic first hand. In the next season he tries to report this to his superiors and they decide that he's gone crazy.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', at ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'':
** At
the end of the first season (after spending the entire series thus far reprimanding [[TheCassandra Jackie whenever he brings up magic) magic]]), [[TheMenInBlack Captain Captain]] [[AgentScully Black]] [[SkepticNoLonger finally witnesses magic first hand. firsthand]]. In the next season he season, [[AgentMulder Black tries to report this intel about demons]] to his superiors superiors, and they decide that he's gone crazy.crazy.
** Jade loves to [[CassandraTruth share stories about her supernatural adventures]] to her classmates, but naturally they don't believe her. One of them, a boy named Drew, is especially mean about ridiculing Jade's claims. But when Drew learns that magic is indeed real, Jade decides to [[LaserGuidedKarma turn the tables and humiliate him]] when he tries talking about it to his class.
26th Jul '17 12:56:59 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced. Averted once the Reapers finally arrive; Garrus's dire portents are vindicated and he gets catapulted to the top echelons himself and has generals saluting him.

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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop [[TheLancer Garrus Vakarian Vakarian]] details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced. Averted once the Reapers finally arrive; Garrus's dire portents are vindicated and he gets catapulted to the top echelons himself and has generals saluting him.
26th Jul '17 12:53:57 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced.

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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced. Averted once the Reapers finally arrive; Garrus's dire portents are vindicated and he gets catapulted to the top echelons himself and has generals saluting him.
26th Jul '17 12:47:01 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced.
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9th Jun '17 3:01:03 PM ngh93
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* In ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', when the title character finally succeeded in convincing his friends that "the sky is falling" [[spoiler:(in other words, an alien ship was visiting]], when they tried to back him up the rest of the town didn't believe them either.

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* In ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', when the title character finally succeeded in convincing his friends that "the sky is falling" [[spoiler:(in other words, an alien ship was visiting]], visiting)]], when they tried to back him up the rest of the town didn't believe them either.
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