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30th Apr '16 6:50:58 PM Monolaf317
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* In Episode 5 of ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'', [[DirtyOldWoman Lunch Lady]] [[AbhorrentAdmirer Belinda]] saw Cameron van Buren like this.
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26th Mar '16 9:38:14 AM shawnvw
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* Used on ''TheMonkees'' when Mickey had to be disguised as a woman to fool some guy. Although the disguise was comically unconvincing to the viewers, the target male's first view of "her" was in obvious soft-focus.

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* Used on ''TheMonkees'' when Mickey had to be disguised as a woman to fool some guy. Although the disguise was comically unconvincing to the viewers, the target male's first enraptured view of "her" was in obvious soft-focus.
26th Mar '16 9:37:34 AM shawnvw
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* Lampshaded on an episode of ''Series/TheNanny.'' Fran qualifies to play on ''Jeopardy!'' and while backstage, Gracie tells her she looks pretty. Fran turns and says that here, looks don't matter, it's brains that count. [[HypocriticalHumor She then turns to the cameraman and tells him,]] "Hey you, I want the filter they used on [[Creator/ElizabethTaylor Liz]] for the White Diamonds commercial."

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* Lampshaded on an episode of ''Series/TheNanny.'' Fran qualifies to play on ''Jeopardy!'' and while backstage, Gracie tells her she looks pretty. Fran turns and says that here, looks don't matter, it's brains that count. [[HypocriticalHumor She then turns to the cameraman and tells him,]] "Hey you, I want the filter they used on [[Creator/ElizabethTaylor Liz]] for the White Diamonds commercial.""''
* Used on ''TheMonkees'' when Mickey had to be disguised as a woman to fool some guy. Although the disguise was comically unconvincing to the viewers, the target male's first view of "her" was in obvious soft-focus.
3rd Mar '16 8:47:54 AM Mad_Spy
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* [=RuPaul=] used this on ''herself'' on the first season of ''Series/RupaulsDragRace''. How bad was it? There were times where you couldn't make out her face at all; it would just be a blurry blob with eyes. By the 2nd season (which did did away with the effect), everyone on Creator/{{LOGO}}, even one of the contestants, was mocking her for it.

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* [=RuPaul=] used this on ''herself'' on the first season of ''Series/RupaulsDragRace''.Series/RupaulsDragRace. How bad was it? There were times where you couldn't make out her face at all; it would just be a blurry blob with eyes. By the 2nd season (which did did away with the effect), everyone on Creator/{{LOGO}}, even one of the contestants, was mocking her for it.
3rd Mar '16 8:46:47 AM Mad_Spy
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* [=RuPaul=] used this on ''herself'' on the first season of ''RupaulsDragRace''. How bad was it? There were times where you couldn't make out her face at all; it would just be a blurry blob with eyes. By the 2nd season (which did did away with the effect), everyone on Creator/{{LOGO}}, even one of the contestants, was mocking her for it.

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* [=RuPaul=] used this on ''herself'' on the first season of ''RupaulsDragRace''.''Series/RupaulsDragRace''. How bad was it? There were times where you couldn't make out her face at all; it would just be a blurry blob with eyes. By the 2nd season (which did did away with the effect), everyone on Creator/{{LOGO}}, even one of the contestants, was mocking her for it.
3rd Mar '16 8:46:13 AM Mad_Spy
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* [=RuPaul=] used this on ''herself'' on the first season of ''Series/RupaulsDragRace''. How bad was it? There were times where you couldn't make out her face at all; it would just be a blurry blob with eyes. By the 2nd season (which did did away with the effect), everyone on Creator/{{LOGO}}, even one of the contestants, was mocking her for it.

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* [=RuPaul=] used this on ''herself'' on the first season of ''Series/RupaulsDragRace''.''RupaulsDragRace''. How bad was it? There were times where you couldn't make out her face at all; it would just be a blurry blob with eyes. By the 2nd season (which did did away with the effect), everyone on Creator/{{LOGO}}, even one of the contestants, was mocking her for it.
3rd Mar '16 8:45:22 AM Mad_Spy
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* Used in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceofBelAir'' when after Will tries to uptalk Carlton at a dinner with his domineering girlfriend Jeanette to get her to break up with him and saddle Carlton with her instead. Carlton finds her rude and bullying behavior just as intolerable and against all expectations puts her in her place. Will hides at the other end of the fire to dodge Jeanette's hellish wrath, but then the blur activates. Turns out [[AllAmazonsWantHercules she's really into controlling men]].

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* Used in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceofBelAir'' ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' when after Will tries to uptalk Carlton at a dinner with his domineering girlfriend Jeanette to get her to break up with him and saddle Carlton with her instead. Carlton finds her rude and bullying behavior just as intolerable and against all expectations puts her in her place. Will hides at the other end of the fire to dodge Jeanette's hellish wrath, but then the blur activates. Turns out [[AllAmazonsWantHercules she's really into controlling men]].
22nd Jan '16 8:13:50 PM HeraldAlberich
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''WesternAnimation/{{Antz}}'' during Z and Bala's romantic moment at Insectopia; Bala's face is blurred as Z goes in for a kiss, before he is [[MomentKiller rudely interrupted]] by the other insects around the fire.
29th Dec '15 10:59:39 PM Willbyr
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* Possibly the earliest anime use could have been in ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (a.k.a. ''Anime/StarBlazers''). Queen Starsha typically appeared this way, even in scenes where she was having a normal conversation. Trelaina appeared this way througout The Comet Empire series. In fact, this trope shows up quite often in Leijii Matsumoto anime: Maetel (''Anime/GalaxyExpress999''), Maya (''[[Anime/CaptainHarlock Arcadia of My Youth]]''), and Anime/QueenMillennia. [[Anime/QueenEmeraldas Emeraldas]] seems to be an interesting exception to this trope, probably because she is supposed to be seen as a female version of Captain Harlock.

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* Possibly the earliest anime use could have been in ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (a.k.a. ''Anime/StarBlazers'').''Star Blazers''). Queen Starsha typically appeared this way, even in scenes where she was having a normal conversation. Trelaina appeared this way througout The Comet Empire series. In fact, this trope shows up quite often in Leijii Matsumoto anime: Maetel (''Anime/GalaxyExpress999''), Maya (''[[Anime/CaptainHarlock Arcadia of My Youth]]''), and Anime/QueenMillennia. [[Anime/QueenEmeraldas Emeraldas]] seems to be an interesting exception to this trope, probably because she is supposed to be seen as a female version of Captain Harlock.
11th Dec '15 12:10:57 AM Byzantine
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An especially common creature in The Sixties, the Gaussian Girl is distinguishable by her supernatural blurriness and the soft, romantic music accompanying her.

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An especially common creature in The Sixties, TheSixties, the Gaussian Girl is distinguishable by her supernatural blurriness and the soft, romantic music accompanying her.
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