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24th Jul '16 3:30:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheBradyBunch'': Greg had sudden hobbies of surfing and photography. Justified in the case of surfing, as Barry Williams was an avid surfer in Real Life; it had just never come up during a plot before.

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* ''TheBradyBunch'': ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': Greg had sudden hobbies of surfing and photography. Justified in the case of surfing, as Barry Williams was an avid surfer in Real Life; it had just never come up during a plot before.
28th May '16 9:42:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In each episode of ''ThePretender'', Jarod would engage in fleeting obsessions with an episode-relevant skill and/or some childhood item previously denied him at The Centre, taking the time to learn everything he possibly can about it. This goes along with his talent of being able to become anyone he wants to, meaning he's a very very quick study.

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* In each episode of ''ThePretender'', ''Series/ThePretender'', Jarod would engage in fleeting obsessions with an episode-relevant skill and/or some childhood item previously denied him at The Centre, taking the time to learn everything he possibly can about it. This goes along with his talent of being able to become anyone he wants to, meaning he's a very very quick study.
20th Mar '16 5:29:17 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' episode "Fancy Prance", it's revealed that Dagget has had literally dozens of "life-long dreams". While helping Norbert with ''his'' life-long dream of performing with the Lipizzaner performing horses, Dagget concocts a new one of being "the crusty-but-lovable manager of the guy pursuing his life-long dream".

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AngryBeavers'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'' episode "Fancy Prance", it's revealed that Dagget has had literally dozens of "life-long dreams". While helping Norbert with ''his'' life-long dream of performing with the Lipizzaner performing horses, Dagget concocts a new one of being "the crusty-but-lovable manager of the guy pursuing his life-long dream".
9th Mar '16 9:11:55 PM GrammarNavi
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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives [[TheDutifulSon daughter Carrie Heffernan]] to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of aversion therapy, in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.

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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' ''Series/TheKingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives [[TheDutifulSon daughter Carrie Heffernan]] to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of aversion therapy, in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.
8th Mar '16 6:17:56 PM pwiegle
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* In the ITV adaptations of Agatha Christie's HerculePoirot mysteries, Poirot's sidekick Arthur Hastings is often engrossed in a new hobby that requires expensive equipment: golf, photography, sports cars...
24th Feb '16 2:16:51 PM margdean56
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* ''Losing Joe's Place'': Rootbeer Racinette, a secondary character and later indispensable plot coupon from Gordon Korman's book. He has a running gag where he gets a new Hobby every day, and later is turned into a variety act by his desperate for money "friends".

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* ''Losing Joe's Place'': Rootbeer Racinette, a secondary character and later indispensable plot coupon from Gordon Korman's book. He has a running gag where he gets a new Hobby hobby every day, and later is turned into a variety act by his desperate for money "friends".
24th Feb '16 2:16:11 PM margdean56
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* ''Losing Joe's Place'': Rootbeer Racinette A secondary character and later indispensable plot coupon from Gordon Kormans book. He has a running gag where he gets a new Hobby everyday and later is turned into a variety act by his desperate for money "Friends".

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* ''Losing Joe's Place'': Rootbeer Racinette A Racinette, a secondary character and later indispensable plot coupon from Gordon Kormans Korman's book. He has a running gag where he gets a new Hobby everyday every day, and later is turned into a variety act by his desperate for money "Friends"."friends".



--> ''Those who know Bertram Wooster best are aware that he is a man of sudden, strong enthusiasms and that, when in the grip of one of these, he becomes a remorseless machine - tense, absorbed, single-minded.''

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--> ''Those who know Bertram Wooster best are aware that he is a man of sudden, strong enthusiasms and that, when in the grip of one of these, he becomes a remorseless machine - -- tense, absorbed, single-minded.''
16th Feb '16 3:21:40 AM AgProv
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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives[[TheDutifulSon daughter Carrie Heffernan]] to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of aversion therapy, in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.

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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives[[TheDutifulSon drives [[TheDutifulSon daughter Carrie Heffernan]] to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of aversion therapy, in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.
16th Feb '16 3:20:58 AM AgProv
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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives daughter Carrie Heffernan to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of AversionTherapy in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.

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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives drives[[TheDutifulSon daughter Carrie Heffernan Heffernan]] to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of AversionTherapy aversion therapy, in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.
16th Feb '16 3:18:23 AM AgProv
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* Arthur Spooner in ''Series/KingOfQueens'' is an elderly ManChild on the outer edge of senility who drives daughter Carrie Heffernan to despair with a series of unreasonable demands. A psychologist unwisely advocates giving him what he wants as a sort of AversionTherapy in the hope that the continual demanding will burn itself out. Arthur then ploughs through a dozen or so expensive hobbies in the space of a month, beginning each in a state of high enthusiasm that inevitably burns itself out when the novelty is gone.
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