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17th Mar '17 7:48:34 PM Vir
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* [[HeroAntagonist Metro Man]] from ''{{Megamind}}'', being an [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Franchise/{{Superman}}, fits this trope perfectly.
* Disney's 1953 adaptation of ''PeterPan'' apparently takes "second star to the right" literally, implying that Neverland is located in a completely different solar system. Despite this, the island is home to a number of groups who look totally to almost human: pirates, Indians, and mermaids (not human, but close enough). Of course - and [[BellisariosMaxim for good reason]] - Disney never goes into detail regarding [[FridgeLogic how mere mortals are able to fly to this land without becoming exhausted, dying from old age, or suffocating from lack of oxygen]].

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* [[HeroAntagonist Metro Man]] from ''{{Megamind}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}}'', being an [[{{Expy}} expy]] {{expy}} of Franchise/{{Superman}}, fits this trope perfectly.
* Disney's 1953 adaptation of ''PeterPan'' ''Disney/PeterPan'' apparently takes "second star to the right" literally, implying that Neverland is located in a completely different solar system. Despite this, the island is home to a number of groups who look totally to almost human: pirates, Indians, and mermaids (not human, but close enough). Of course - and [[BellisariosMaxim for good reason]] - Disney never goes into detail regarding [[FridgeLogic how mere mortals are able to fly to this land without becoming exhausted, dying from old age, or suffocating from lack of oxygen]].
17th Mar '17 12:39:22 AM ShorinBJ
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** "Who Watches the Watchers" has a Vulcan Aliens example; a race that happens to resemble the franchise's SpaceElves.



* The aliens on ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' mention a few times that they've taken on human form and describe their natural form as being "purple tubes". They seem to have picked their human bodies from a catalogue. [[spoiler: Vicki's son Eric]], fathered by the Big Giant Head in his human guise, looks like a perfectly ordinary human baby and is rejected by the tabloids because [[spoiler: Vicki]] didn't even try to make him look more "alien".

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* The aliens on ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' mention a few times that they've taken on human form and describe their natural form as being "purple tubes". They seem to have picked their human bodies from a catalogue. [[spoiler: Vicki's [[spoiler:Vicki's son Eric]], fathered by the Big Giant Head in his human guise, looks like a perfectly ordinary human baby and is rejected by the tabloids because [[spoiler: Vicki]] [[spoiler:Vicki]] didn't even try to make him look more "alien".
17th Mar '17 12:20:25 AM ShorinBJ
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** Kes, one of the crew members, is an Oocampa, which generally look almost exactly like humans.

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** Kes, one of the crew members, is an Oocampa, Ocampa, which generally look almost exactly like humans.
27th Feb '17 8:36:48 PM Adept
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* ''{{Sekirei}}'' has the OneHundredAndEight beings that give the series its name, who are essentially a cross between a humanoid {{Mon}} and a MagicalGirlfriend. The vast majority are [[BuxomIsBetter beautiful]] women and cute girls, with a handful of extremely rare {{Bishonen}} on the side. They physically resemble humans, but possess various super-powers and require a human partner (an Ashikabi) to unlock their full power. A major source of their power is ThePowerOfLove, so the partnership with an Ashikabi is almost always InterspeciesRomance.

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* ''{{Sekirei}}'' ''Manga/{{Sekirei}}'' has the OneHundredAndEight beings that give the series its name, who are essentially a cross between a humanoid {{Mon}} and a MagicalGirlfriend. The vast majority are [[BuxomIsBetter beautiful]] women and cute girls, with a handful of extremely rare {{Bishonen}} on the side. They physically resemble humans, but possess various super-powers and require a human partner (an Ashikabi) to unlock their full power. A major source of their power is ThePowerOfLove, so the partnership with an Ashikabi is almost always InterspeciesRomance.
20th Feb '17 10:30:21 PM Anddrix
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** The people of Homeworld in ''Franchise/{{Micronauts}}.'' It was eventually explained that they and the RubberForeheadAliens of the Microverse are descended from humans from [[TimeTravel the future]].

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** The people of Homeworld in ''Franchise/{{Micronauts}}.''ComicBook/{{Micronauts}}.'' It was eventually explained that they and the RubberForeheadAliens of the Microverse are descended from humans from [[TimeTravel the future]].
16th Feb '17 8:48:55 AM ATTiTOONS
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** The five initial team members of ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' are space pirates who hail from various worlds, and yet are all effectively human. Their AscendedFanboy SixthRanger is a genuine human, from Earth.

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** The five initial team members of ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' are space pirates who hail from various worlds, and yet are all effectively human. Their AscendedFanboy SixthRanger is a genuine human, from Earth. Power Rangers Super Megaforce reversed this.
15th Feb '17 9:23:44 AM AthenaBlue
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** A similar situation appears in the two-parter [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E4AliensOfLondon "Aliens of London"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E5WorldWarThree "World War Three"]], where Mickey asks Rose how she knows the Doctor isn't just wearing a human suit like the Slitheen.

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** A similar situation appears in the two-parter [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E4AliensOfLondon "Aliens of London"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E5WorldWarThree London"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree "World War Three"]], where Mickey asks Rose how she knows the Doctor isn't just wearing a human suit like the Slitheen.
15th Feb '17 9:22:40 AM AthenaBlue
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* [[HeroAntagonist Metro Man]] from ''{{Megamind}}'', being an [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Franchise/{{Superman}}, fits this trope perfectly.



* [[HeroAntagonist Metro Man]] from ''{{Megamind}}'', being an [[{{Expy}} expy]] of Franchise/{{Superman}}, fits this trope perfectly.



* All the alien races in ''Franchise/TheChroniclesOfRiddick'' series. This gives the superficial illusion of AbsentAliens, but there are a few here and there revealed to be aliens. Such as the air elemental, who looks like [[strike:a normal old lady]] Dame Creator/JudiDench, but can turn into mist as she chooses. And there's some ambiguity concerning the Furyan race and its most famous member, the protagonist, Richard B. Riddick
* ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'':
** Asgardians are physically indistinguishable from humans, but you can usually tell when you're [[LargeHam talking to one]]. Their main difference is that Asgardians are ''far more'' durable than humans, except when Thor was de-powered. The ''other'' races, like the Jotuns and Chitauri, fall into HumanoidAliens.
** The Xandarians are visually identical to humans (but apparently have differing DNA because they are able to identify Peter Quill as half-Terran by scanning him). The Collector is also very human-looking, though he has a rather bizarre fashion sense.
*** Although given Rocket calls Peter "humie", it would seem that "human" in the MCU is not limited to "Terran".

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* In ''Film/CaptainBerlin'' Doctor Sind, his henchman and his mutant are said to be from outer space while looking like normal people.
* All the alien races in ''Franchise/TheChroniclesOfRiddick'' series. This gives the superficial illusion of AbsentAliens, but there are a few here and there revealed to be aliens. Such as the air elemental, who looks like [[strike:a normal old lady]] Dame Creator/JudiDench, but can turn into mist as she chooses. And there's some ambiguity concerning the Furyan race and its most famous member, the protagonist, Richard B. Riddick
Riddick.
* ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'':
** Asgardians are physically indistinguishable
[[spoiler: Ella]] was an alien who took on human form in order to blend in among humans in ''Film/CowboysAndAliens''.
* Klaatu
from humans, but you can usually tell when you're [[LargeHam talking to one]]. Their main difference ''Film/TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951'' is that Asgardians are ''far more'' durable than humans, except when Thor was de-powered. The ''other'' races, like the Jotuns and Chitauri, fall into HumanoidAliens.
** The Xandarians are visually
identical to a human being. It's been said that the filmmakers cast a British actor virtually unknown in the United States so audiences would have an easier time believing he was an alien than if he was a familiar face.
* The three aliens in ''Film/EarthGirlsAreEasy'' look human.. after all their fur has been shaved off and their [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation primary-colored skins]] have been dyed different shades. (The leader of the aliens is played by a swarthy Jewish-American actor, while the other two are a light-skinned African-American and a pale Anglo-Canadian.)
* Most of the aliens in the Kingdom of Mongo in ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''.
* The squid-like Thermians in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'' use [[AppliedPhlebotinum appearance generators]] to look human. Somewhat justified: they based their entire society and technology on a human TV show, and they were trying to fit in with their human guests. Since they have no concept of deception, it isn't meant to let them pass for human or even to make the
humans (but apparently have differing DNA because they are able to identify Peter Quill as half-Terran by scanning him). The Collector is also very human-looking, though he has a rather bizarre fashion sense.
*** Although given Rocket calls Peter "humie", it would seem that "human" in
ease into the MCU is not limited to "Terran".whole alien thing; it's just their version of {{Cosplay}}.



* The immortals from Zeist in ''Film/HighlanderIITheQuickening''.
* ''Film/TheHistoryOfFutureFolk'': People from the planet Hondo look exactly like humans and can interbreed with them. They are, however, immune to pepper spray and can make their hands glow blue to use various abilities as the plot demands.
* Centauri puts on a human face, the Xandoxan assassins take on human form, and the Rylans look basically human in ''Film/TheLastStarfighter''.
* ''Film/Leprechaun4InSpace'' features an alien princess who teams up with the Leprechaun [[HighHeelFaceTurn (only to reveal at the end she's been secretly working against him the whole time)]]. She looks exactly like the sexy blonde human woman who's portraying her; her only real difference from us is that she has green blood.
* ''Film/TheLostSkeletonOfCadavra'' used this trope with the "Marvans" as part of an AffectionateParody of low-budget sci-fi horror movies from the 50s.
-->'''Lattis:''' It's interesting how different people from different planets differ.
* Kryptonians in ''Film/ManOfSteel'', as always, look perfectly human despite their alien biology.



* The squid-like Thermians in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'' use [[AppliedPhlebotinum appearance generators]] to look human. Somewhat justified: they based their entire society and technology on a human TV show, and they were trying to fit in with their human guests. Since they have no concept of deception, it isn't meant to let them pass for human or even to make the humans ease into the whole alien thing; it's just their version of {{Cosplay}}.
* ''Franchise/StarWars,'' of course, features Human Aliens as the protagonists alongside HumanoidAliens and SerkisFolk, with the occasional {{Rubber Forehead|Aliens}} such as Twi'leks or Darth Maul. There's [[ALongTimeAgoInAGalaxyFarFarAway no sign of Earth]], and what connections or differences exist between the totally-human-looking races of different worlds remain unknown. (One must wonder if there are other planets with, say, Wookiees that are completely unrelated to the ones of Chewie's homeworld of Kashyyyk...). The ExpandedUniverse explains that multiple races are evolutionarily connected to humans and are thus categorized as "near-human." These races include, but are not limited to, Twi'leks, Zabrak, Chiss, Miraluka, Sullustan, and the possibly-extinct Red Sith. Some of them are close enough to produce viable half-human offspring.

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* ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'':
** Asgardians are physically indistinguishable from humans, but you can usually tell when you're [[LargeHam talking to one]]. Their main difference is that Asgardians are ''far more'' durable than humans, except when Thor was de-powered.
The squid-like Thermians ''other'' races, like the Jotuns and Chitauri, fall into HumanoidAliens.
** The Xandarians are visually identical to humans (but apparently have differing DNA because they are able to identify Peter Quill as half-Terran by scanning him). The Collector is also very human-looking, though he has a rather bizarre fashion sense.
*** Although given Rocket calls Peter "humie", it would seem that "human"
in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'' use [[AppliedPhlebotinum appearance generators]] the MCU is not limited to "Terran".
* He-Man, Man-at-Arms, Teela, Blade and Evil-Lyn in ''Film/MastersOfTheUniverse''.
* It's strongly implied in ''Film/{{Outlander}}'' that Kainan's people are related to humans, as his computer describes Earth as an "abandoned seed colony".
* In ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace'', Eros, Tanna, and the Ruler of the Galaxy all look perfectly human.
* ''Film/QueenOfOuterSpace''. When our heroes realise they've crashlanded on Venus, they speculate on what form of intelligent life might inhabit it. Insectoid beings? LittleGreenMen with eyes on stalks? They're later captured by a [[LadyLand society consisting entirely of hot babes]] in [[SpaceClothes miniskirts and high heels]].
* ''Film/RaceToWitchMountain''. The aliens look ''exactly'' like humans... but then there's the superpowers. When Dwayne Johnson's character [[InvokedTrope points this out]], they [[{{Handwave}} respond]] with "What's an alien ''supposed''
to look human. Somewhat justified: they based their entire society and technology on a human TV show, and like?" He responds with his idea that they were trying supposed to fit in with resemble little green men.
* [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank N Furter, Riff Raff, Magenta, and the other Transylvanians]] look like normal (well, normal except for
their sexual practices) human guests. Since they have no concept of deception, it isn't meant to let them pass for human or even to make beings. Considering that the humans ease into the whole alien thing; film is an AffectionateParody of old B-Movie science fiction films, it's just their version no surprise.
* Common when aliens turn up in MaskedLuchador films such as ''Film/SantoContraLaInvasionDeLosMarcianos'' (Santo vs. The Martian Invasion, 1966). Typically, the alien invaders are fair-skinned and platinum blond haired, not unlike [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_aliens the "Nordic Aliens"/"Space Brothers"]]
of {{Cosplay}}.
UFO mythology.
* ''Franchise/StarWars,'' ''Franchise/StarWars'', of course, features Human Aliens as the protagonists alongside HumanoidAliens and SerkisFolk, with the occasional {{Rubber Forehead|Aliens}} such as Twi'leks or Darth Maul. There's [[ALongTimeAgoInAGalaxyFarFarAway no sign of Earth]], and what connections or differences exist between the totally-human-looking races of different worlds remain unknown. (One must wonder if there are other planets with, say, Wookiees that are completely unrelated to the ones of Chewie's homeworld of Kashyyyk...). The ExpandedUniverse explains that multiple races are evolutionarily connected to humans and are thus categorized as "near-human." These races include, but are not limited to, Twi'leks, Zabrak, Chiss, Miraluka, Sullustan, and the possibly-extinct Red Sith. Some of them are close enough to produce viable half-human offspring.



* ''Film/TheLostSkeletonOfCadavra'' used this trope with the "Marvans" as part of an AffectionateParody of low-budget sci-fi horror movies from the 50s.
-->'''Lattis:''' It's interesting how different people from different planets differ.
* ''Film/RaceToWitchMountain''. The aliens look ''exactly'' like humans... but then there's the superpowers. When Dwayne Johnson's character [[InvokedTrope points this out]], they [[{{Handwave}} respond]] with "What's an alien ''supposed'' to look like?" He responds with his idea that they were supposed to resemble little green men.
* [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank N Furter, Riff Raff, Magenta, and the other Transylvanians]] look like normal (well, normal except for their sexual practices) human beings. Considering that the film is an AffectionateParody of old B-Movie science fiction films, it's no surprise.
* It's strongly implied in ''Film/{{Outlander}}'' that Kainan's people are related to humans, as his computer describes Earth as an "abandoned seed colony".

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* ''Film/TheLostSkeletonOfCadavra'' used this trope with the "Marvans" as part of an AffectionateParody of low-budget sci-fi horror movies from the 50s.
-->'''Lattis:''' It's interesting how different people from different planets differ.
* ''Film/RaceToWitchMountain''. The aliens look ''exactly'' like humans... but then there's the superpowers. When Dwayne Johnson's character [[InvokedTrope points this out]], they [[{{Handwave}} respond]] with "What's an alien ''supposed'' to look like?" He responds with his idea that they were supposed to resemble little green men.
* [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank N Furter, Riff Raff, Magenta, and the other Transylvanians]] look like normal (well, normal except for their sexual practices) human beings. Considering that the film is an AffectionateParody of old B-Movie science fiction films, it's no surprise.
* It's strongly implied
Shep Ramsay in ''Film/{{Outlander}}'' that Kainan's people are related to humans, as his computer describes Earth as an "abandoned seed colony".''Film/SuburbanCommando''.



* The three aliens in ''Film/EarthGirlsAreEasy'' look human.. after all their fur has been shaved off and their [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation primary-colored skins]] have been dyed different shades. (The leader of the aliens is played by a swarthy Jewish-American actor, while the other two are a light-skinned African-American and a pale Anglo-Canadian.)
* In ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace'', Eros, Tanna, and the Ruler of the Galaxy all look perfectly human.
* The immortals from Zeist in ''Film/HighlanderIITheQuickening''.
* Shep Ramsay in ''Film/SuburbanCommando''
* [[spoiler: Ella]] was an alien who took on human form in order to blend in among humans in ''Film/CowboysAndAliens''.
* Common when aliens turn up in MaskedLuchador films such as ''Film/SantoContraLaInvasionDeLosMarcianos'' (Santo vs. The Martian Invasion, 1966). Typically, the alien invaders are fair-skinned and platinum blond haired, not unlike [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordic_aliens the "Nordic Aliens"/"Space Brothers"]] of UFO mythology.
* ''Film/Leprechaun4InSpace'' features an alien princess who teams up with the Leprechaun [[HighHeelFaceTurn (only to reveal at the end she's been secretly working against him the whole time)]]. She looks exactly like the sexy blonde human woman who's portraying her; her only real difference from us is that she has green blood.
* Kryptonians in ''Film/ManOfSteel'', as always, look perfectly human despite their alien biology.
* He-Man, Man-at-Arms, Teela, Blade and Evil-Lyn in ''Film/MastersOfTheUniverse''.
* Most of the aliens in the Kingdom of Mongo in ''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''.
* In Film/CaptainBerlin Doctor Sind, his henchman and his mutant are said to be from outer space while looking like normal people
* Centauri puts on a human face, the Xandoxan assassins take on human form, and the Rylans look basically human in ''Film/TheLastStarfighter''.



* ''Film/QueenOfOuterSpace''. When our heroes realise they've crashlanded on Venus, they speculate on what form of intelligent life might inhabit it. Insectoid beings? LittleGreenMen with eyes on stalks? They're later captured by a [[LadyLand society consisting entirely of hot babes]] in [[SpaceClothes miniskirts and high heels]].
* Klaatu from ''Film/TheDayTheEarthStoodStill1951'' is identical to a human being. It's been said that the filmmakers cast a British actor virtually unknown in the United States so audiences would have an easier time believing he was an alien than if he was a familiar face.
* ''Film/TheHistoryOfFutureFolk'': People from the planet Hondo look exactly like humans and can interbreed with them. They are, however, immune to pepper spray and can make their hands glow blue to use various abilities as the plot demands.



* ''Series/TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete'' usually stuck to MagicalRealism or surrealism rather than out-and-out science fiction, but the special "Space, Geeks, and Johnny Unitas" revealed that [[spoiler: Joe Jones]] was in fact an alien, presumably from Alpha Centauri.
* ''Series/TheAliens'': A colony of aliens descended from those who crashed on Earth decades ago, their species look exactly like humans and the modern generation speak English as their first language, although there are some minor biological differences which can be detected to give them away, the main one being their hair can be smoked as a drug by humans but has no effect on themselves. They can even interbreed with humans although this is frowned upon by both sides.
* ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' did this most of the time with Ax and Visser Three, keeping them in human morph for budget reasons (their natural forms being blue centaurs with scorpion tails and antennae topped by extra eyes). It was a ''lot'' more common than in the books.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'':
** The Centauri look outwardly exactly like humans, except for their barely noticeable CuteLittleFangs. They also have distinctive hairstyles - the men wear their hair in fans like peacock tails and the women shave their heads - but this is a cultural difference rather than a physical one. However, beneath the surface they have BizarreAlienBiology - double hearts, lack of major blood vessels in the wrists, and very different genitalia (the men have six tentacles and the women have six orifices along their spines).
** This was lampshaded in the first episode, where it is revealed that, after encountering humans for the first time, the sneaky Centauri claimed that their physical similarity was due to Earth being a [[TransplantedHumans long-forgotten Centauri colony]]. Human scientists, no doubt keeping the fossil record in mind, got hold of some Centauri DNA and disproved this claim. The Centauri saved face by claiming "clerical error" had mislabelled Earth as a lost colony.



* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Clark and any Kryptonian, of course. ComicBook/MartianManhunter also uses a completely human form for 99.9% of the time. All the PhantomZone escapees are aliens, and some are excused because they are possessing humans, but the rest still look mightily like humans. In fact, throughout the ten seasons of ''Smallville'', there has not been a ''single'' alien without a human form.

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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Clark So you're watching ''Series/BlakesSeven'' and any Kryptonian, you find yourself wondering whether the very-human looking primitive tribe on this episode's guest planet are alien humanoids or descendants of course. ComicBook/MartianManhunter also uses a completely lost human form for 99.9% of colony? Don't bother thinking about it that hard. The series itself even lampshaded this in the time. All the PhantomZone escapees are aliens, and some are excused because they are possessing humans, but the rest still look mightily like humans. In fact, throughout the ten seasons of ''Smallville'', there has not been 4th season:
-->'''Vila''': Everyone came from Earth originally. That's
a ''single'' alien without well-known fact.\\
'''Soolin''': It's
a human form.well-known opinion, actually.\\
'''Tarrant''': Most well known facts are.



** In fact, right at the very beginning, the Doctor was so human he was even AmbiguouslyHuman. He tells Ian and Barbara that he is "not of this race", but refers to himself as a 'human being' in "The Sensorites" and "The Savages". "The Power of the Daleks" is the first story that really explores him being non-human, such as dealing with the fallout of his recent regeneration and revealing things like his absurdly long lifespan.

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** In fact, right at the very beginning, the Doctor was so human he was even AmbiguouslyHuman. He tells Ian and Barbara that he is "not of this race", but refers to himself as a 'human being' "human being" in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E7TheSensorites "The Sensorites" Sensorites"]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E9TheSavages "The Savages". Savages"]]. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E3ThePowerOfTheDaleks "The Power of the Daleks" Daleks"]] is the first story that really explores him being non-human, such as dealing with the fallout of his recent regeneration and revealing things like his absurdly long lifespan.



** The [[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]] one explained this as a racist founder of Time Lord society, who thought that the Time Lord form was supreme to any other, go around the universe and infect species with a virus that would cause them to evolve into humanoid forms.

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** The [[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]] one once explained this as a racist founder of Time Lord society, who thought that the Time Lord form was supreme to any other, go around the universe and infect species with a virus that would cause them to evolve into humanoid forms.



** A [[LampshadeHanging lampshade was hung]] in the Easter 2009 special ''Planet of the Dead''. A similar conversation between Amy and the Doctor was repeated in "The Beast Below", the following year.
--->'''Christina''': You look human.\\
'''Doctor''': You look Time Lord.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKQNZweeAi8 A DVD-exclusive scene]] bridging "The Eleventh Hour" and "The Beast Below" lampshades it further: Amy hypothesizes that the Doctor's [[MobileSuitHuman a tiny little slug in a human suit]]. The Doctor is not amused.
** A similar situation appears in the Slitheen two-parter "Aliens of London" / "World War III" where Mickey asks Rose how she knows the Doctor isn't just wearing a human suit like the Slitheen.
** This comes up in the classic series as well, most notably in 1973's ''Carnival of Monsters'', where a travelling Lurman showman named Vorg remarks upon the strong resemblance between his species and the human race (known to him as Tellurians):

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** A [[LampshadeHanging lampshade was hung]] in the Easter 2009 special ''Planet [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E15PlanetOfTheDead "Planet of the Dead''. Dead"]]. A similar conversation between Amy and the Doctor was repeated in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow "The Beast Below", Below"]], the following year.
--->'''Christina''': --->'''Christina:''' You look human.\\
'''Doctor''': '''The Doctor:''' You look Time Lord.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKQNZweeAi8 A DVD-exclusive scene]] bridging [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour "The Eleventh Hour" Hour"]] and "The Beast Below" lampshades it further: Amy hypothesizes that the Doctor's [[MobileSuitHuman a tiny little slug in a human suit]]. The Doctor is not amused.
** A similar situation appears in the Slitheen two-parter [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E4AliensOfLondon "Aliens of London" / London"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS24E5WorldWarThree "World War III" Three"]], where Mickey asks Rose how she knows the Doctor isn't just wearing a human suit like the Slitheen.
** This comes up in the classic series as well, most notably in 1973's ''Carnival [[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E2CarnivalOfMonsters "Carnival of Monsters'', Monsters"]], where a travelling Lurman showman named Vorg remarks upon the strong resemblance between his species and the human race (known to him as Tellurians):



** Thals and Kaleds look like humans. "The Stolen Earth" reveals that they have fewer ribs than humans and BizarreAlienBiology, though.
** The Solonians in ''The Mutants'' are human aliens, but only some of the time. Their BizarreAlienBiology means that they have a metamorphic life-cycle, and at other times, they look like human-sized insects, and at others, glowing, hovering angelic beings.

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** Thals and Kaleds look like humans. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E12TheStolenEarth "The Stolen Earth" Earth"]] reveals that they have fewer ribs than humans and BizarreAlienBiology, though.
** The Solonians in ''The Mutants'' [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E4TheMutants "The Mutants"]] are human aliens, but only some of the time. Their BizarreAlienBiology means that they have a metamorphic life-cycle, and at other times, they look like human-sized insects, and at others, glowing, hovering angelic beings.



** In the 2007 Christmas special "Voyage of the Damned", everyone seen on board the ''Titanic'' (a starship moulded into a replica of the 1912 ship) apart from two cyborgs are indistinguishable from humans, yet know very little about Earth culture, even the self-proclaimed Earth expert.

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** In the 2007 Christmas special [[Recap/DoctorWho2007CSVoyageOfTheDamned "Voyage of the Damned", Damned"]], everyone seen on board the ''Titanic'' (a starship moulded into a replica of the 1912 ship) apart from two cyborgs are indistinguishable from humans, yet know very little about Earth culture, even the self-proclaimed Earth expert.



* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** Due to budget constraints, any non-MonsterOfTheWeek and non-RubberForeheadAlien would likely be one of these. The Klingons (before they were turned into RubberForeheadAliens) looked like rather swarthy humans with upswept eyebrows, the Halkans looked like humans with blue dots on their foreheads, the Organians spent most of their time in a totally humanoid form despite being [[EnergyBeing made of pure energy]], and all alien cultures that bore a suspicious resemblance to periods of Earth history had aliens that bore a suspicious resemblance to humans from that period of history.
** One comment by Spock during the first season suggested that his species and many other humanoids were created by a superior race and it was part of his planet's mythology. This explanation seems to have been dropped in favor of one in which a race of ''{{Precursors}}'' seeded DNA with code to create humanoids in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'':
** The show attempted to provide an explanation for the prominence of humanoid species (both Human Aliens and RubberForeheadAliens) in the universe by revealing that there was a common ancestor race that "seeded" the galaxy with its basic genetic material. They switched to exclusively using RubberForeheadAliens rather than Human Aliens after the first few seasons (excluding Guinan's people, the El-Aurians and Councelor Troi's, the Betazoids -- sort of, the Betazoids are ''very subtle'' RubberForeheadAliens (or rather, Coloured Lenses Aliens)).
** An episode of ''Next Generation,'' "Code of Honor", tried to reverse the Caucasian Aliens trap by giving us a planet where the aliens all looked human, but African. The results are generally agreed to be staggeringly racist, and to have turned a mediocre episode into one of the worst of the entire franchise.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'':
** Kes, one of the crew members, is an Oocampa, which generally look almost exactly like humans.
** There are a few Human Aliens in its first season, too, mainly wearing strange and colourful national dress.
** Oddly this is inverted by a species encountered by Voyager that look sufficiently [[LizardFolk lizard like]] but turn out to be, while not human, from Earth!
* ''Franchise/StargateVerse'':
** In ''Series/StargateSG1'' and ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the "humans" in Pegasus and the Ori galaxy were seeded by the Ancients and Ori through genetic engineering, and are not directly descended from them, despite the use of the term "ancestors" in Pegasus. The humans on Earth presumably came about the same way. Humans were not seeded on any other Milky Way planet: the Goa'uld brought them to those worlds from Earth.
** There are a few occasions where the trope is played straight, however. Most notable are the Nox, who can only be differentiated from humans by their big, poofy hair. There's also the one-shot race from SG-1: "One False Step", who look like humans with white paint smeared all over their bodies. Finally, Aris Boch, a one-shot BountyHunter from SG-1: "Dead Man Switch", looks completely human on the outside, but has AlienBlood and something about his species, identified in the RPG as the Ilempiri, renders them immune to Goa'uld infestation. [[BlessedWithSuck The snakes wiped most of them out because of it.]]
* The four alien kids from ''Series/{{Roswell}}'' who looked human, [[DawsonCasting but prettier]]. It's gradually established that they are actually traditional Roswell [[TheGreys greys]] in [[VoluntaryShapeshifting human form]]. The thing is, they assumed these forms before exploring outside their crashed spaceship as children. The reason they knew to do so was later {{Handwave}}d by explaining they are {{Half Human Hybrid}}s. Whew!

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** Due According to budget constraints, any non-MonsterOfTheWeek and non-RubberForeheadAlien would likely be his actor Matt Lucas, Nardole, secondary companion for Series 10, is one of these. The Klingons (before they were turned into RubberForeheadAliens) looked like rather swarthy humans with upswept eyebrows, the Halkans looked like humans with blue dots on their foreheads, the Organians spent most of their time in a totally humanoid form despite being [[EnergyBeing made of pure energy]], and all alien cultures that bore a suspicious resemblance to periods of Earth history had aliens that bore a suspicious resemblance to humans from that period of history.
** One comment by Spock during the first season suggested that his
these -- although which species and many other humanoids were created by a superior race and it was part of his planet's mythology. This explanation seems to have been dropped in favor of one in which a race of ''{{Precursors}}'' seeded DNA with code to create humanoids in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
is currently unknown.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'':
**
The show attempted to provide an explanation for the prominence of humanoid species (both Human Aliens and RubberForeheadAliens) Skelecians in the universe by revealing that there was a common ancestor race that "seeded" the galaxy with its basic genetic material. They switched to exclusively using RubberForeheadAliens rather than Human Aliens after the first few seasons (excluding Guinan's people, the El-Aurians and Councelor Troi's, the Betazoids -- sort of, the Betazoids are ''very subtle'' RubberForeheadAliens (or rather, Coloured Lenses Aliens)).
** An episode
2000s remake of ''Next Generation,'' "Code of Honor", tried to reverse the Caucasian Aliens trap by giving us a planet where the aliens all looked human, but African. The results are generally agreed to be staggeringly racist, and to ''The Electric Company'' look human. However, they each have turned a mediocre episode into one of ring around their neck, supposedly to define them from the worst of the entire franchise.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'':
** Kes, one of the crew members, is an Oocampa, which generally look almost exactly like
normal humans.
** There * The aliens in ''Series/TheEvent'' are a few Human Aliens in its first season, too, mainly wearing strange and colourful national dress.
** Oddly this is inverted by a species encountered by Voyager that look sufficiently [[LizardFolk lizard like]] but turn out to be, while not human, from Earth!
* ''Franchise/StargateVerse'':
** In ''Series/StargateSG1'' and ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the "humans" in Pegasus and the Ori galaxy were seeded by the Ancients and Ori through genetic engineering, and are not directly descended from them, despite the use of the term "ancestors" in Pegasus. The humans on Earth presumably came about the same way. Humans were not seeded on any other Milky Way planet: the Goa'uld brought them to those worlds from Earth.
** There are a few occasions where the trope is played straight, however. Most notable are the Nox, who can only be differentiated
distinguished from humans only by their big, poofy hair. There's also the one-shot race from SG-1: "One False Step", who look like humans longer lifespans and certain undescribed "skeletal and serological abnormalities". The latter are pronounced enough that a blood test will reveal them, and one plants himself with white paint smeared all over their bodies. Finally, Aris Boch, a one-shot BountyHunter from SG-1: "Dead Man Switch", looks completely tube of human on the outside, but has AlienBlood blood to avoid arousing suspicions during a blood test. A DNA test will also reveal them, and something about his species, identified in the RPG as the Ilempiri, renders them immune to Goa'uld infestation. [[BlessedWithSuck The snakes wiped most of them out because of it.]]
* The four alien kids from ''Series/{{Roswell}}'' who looked human, [[DawsonCasting but prettier]]. It's gradually established that they
[[EvilDetectingDog dogs sometimes bark at them]].
** They
are actually traditional Roswell [[TheGreys greys]] in [[VoluntaryShapeshifting human form]]. The thing is, they assumed these forms before exploring outside their crashed spaceship as children. The reason they knew able to do so was later {{Handwave}}d by explaining they are {{Half Human Hybrid}}s. Whew!interbreed with humans, though.



* In the 2007 [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] version of ''Series/{{Flash Gordon|2007}}'', Flash calls the inhabitants of Mongo "aliens" even though they look entirely human and [[AliensSpeakingEnglish speak English]] (which is lampshaded, but not explained).
* ''Series/{{Lexx}}'': Humans evolved independently in both universes and on multiple planets. Technically all the characters are human aliens until the fourth season, which takes place [[spoiler: on modern-day Earth]].
* ''Series/TheMiddleman'' gives us the Manicoids, who are just human-looking enough to pass for plastic surgery victims; and the Clotharians, who look like human teenagers or young adults (the odd man out being High/Maximum Aldwin, who appears as a humanoid adult).



* ''Series/OdysseyFive'' had Synthetics, which were human bodies created by artificial intelligences. At one stage the team consult a sci-fi writer, pretending they're looking for help with a sci-fi novel. The writer complains how cliched the idea of Synthetics is: [[ConversationalTroping "It's just a cheap tool TV shows use to save on special effects!"]]



* The five initial team members of ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' are space pirates who hail from various worlds, and yet are all effectively human. Their AscendedFanboy SixthRanger is a genuine human, from Earth.
* ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'' mostly follows in ''Gokaiger''[='=]s footsteps, with five obviously human members. However, there are four other members of the team, one of whom is a humanoid alien wolfman and the other 3 are all humanoid robots of the "Rubber Suit Alien" variety.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'':
** The Centauri look outwardly exactly like humans, except for their barely noticeable CuteLittleFangs. They also have distinctive hairstyles - the men wear their hair in fans like peacock tails and the women shave their heads - but this is a cultural difference rather than a physical one. However, beneath the surface they have BizarreAlienBiology - double hearts, lack of major blood vessels in the wrists, and very different genitalia (the men have six tentacles and the women have six orifices along their spines).
** This was lampshaded in the first episode, where it is revealed that, after encountering humans for the first time, the sneaky Centauri claimed that their physical similarity was due to Earth being a [[TransplantedHumans long-forgotten Centauri colony]]. Human scientists, no doubt keeping the fossil record in mind, got hold of some Centauri DNA and disproved this claim. The Centauri saved face by claiming "clerical error" had mislabelled Earth as a lost colony.
* The aliens on ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' mention a few times that they've taken on human form and describe their natural form as being "purple tubes". They seem to have picked their human bodies from a catalogue. [[spoiler: Vicki's son Eric]], fathered by the Big Giant Head in his human guise, looks like a perfectly ordinary human baby and is rejected by the tabloids because [[spoiler: Vicki]] didn't even try to make him look more "alien".
* ''Series/OdysseyFive'' had Synthetics, which were human bodies created by artificial intelligences. At one stage the team consult a sci-fi writer, pretending they're looking for help with a sci-fi novel. The writer complains how cliched the idea of Synthetics is: [[ConversationalTroping "It's just a cheap tool TV shows use to save on special effects!"]]

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* ** The five initial team members of ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' are space pirates who hail from various worlds, and yet are all effectively human. Their AscendedFanboy SixthRanger is a genuine human, from Earth.
* ** ''Series/UchuSentaiKyuranger'' mostly follows in ''Gokaiger''[='=]s footsteps, with five obviously human members. However, there are four other members of the team, one of whom is a humanoid alien wolfman and the other 3 are all humanoid robots of the "Rubber Suit Alien" variety.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'':
**
The Centauri look outwardly exactly like humans, except for four alien kids from ''Series/{{Roswell}}'' who looked human, [[DawsonCasting but prettier]]. It's gradually established that they are actually traditional Roswell [[TheGreys greys]] in [[VoluntaryShapeshifting human form]]. The thing is, they assumed these forms before exploring outside their barely noticeable CuteLittleFangs. They also have distinctive hairstyles - the men wear their hair in fans like peacock tails and the women shave their heads - but this is a cultural difference rather than a physical one. However, beneath the surface crashed spaceship as children. The reason they have BizarreAlienBiology - double hearts, lack of major blood vessels in the wrists, and very different genitalia (the men have six tentacles and the women have six orifices along their spines).
** This
knew to do so was lampshaded in the first episode, where it is revealed that, after encountering humans for the first time, the sneaky Centauri claimed that their physical similarity was due to Earth being a [[TransplantedHumans long-forgotten Centauri colony]]. later {{Handwave}}d by explaining they are {{Half Human scientists, no doubt keeping the fossil record in mind, got hold of some Centauri DNA Hybrid}}s. Whew!
* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Clark
and disproved this claim. The Centauri saved face by claiming "clerical error" had mislabelled Earth as any Kryptonian, of course. ComicBook/MartianManhunter also uses a lost colony.
* The aliens on ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' mention a few times that they've taken on
completely human form for 99.9% of the time. All the PhantomZone escapees are aliens, and describe their natural form as being "purple tubes". They seem to have picked their human bodies from a catalogue. [[spoiler: Vicki's son Eric]], fathered by the Big Giant Head in his human guise, looks like a perfectly ordinary human baby and is rejected by the tabloids some are excused because [[spoiler: Vicki]] didn't even try to make him they are possessing humans, but the rest still look more "alien".
* ''Series/OdysseyFive'' had Synthetics, which were
mightily like humans. In fact, throughout the ten seasons of ''Smallville'', there has not been a ''single'' alien without a human bodies created by artificial intelligences. At one stage the team consult a sci-fi writer, pretending they're looking for help with a sci-fi novel. The writer complains how cliched the idea of Synthetics is: [[ConversationalTroping "It's just a cheap tool TV shows use to save on special effects!"]]form.



* Pax and Crona from ''[[Series/{{Vintergatan}} At The End Of The Milky Way]]'' both look human, but with three differences -- they constantly crave sugar, their hair changes color depending on their emotions, and they make quick, pig-like noises when they're upset. Strangely enough, only Pax shows the two last signs, leading one to believe that it's either an InformedAbility for Crona, or he's just so slick he never changes emotion from 'groovy'.
* The aliens in ''Series/TheEvent'' are distinguished from humans only by their longer lifespans and certain undescribed "skeletal and serological abnormalities". The latter are pronounced enough that a blood test will reveal them, and one plants himself with a tube of human blood to avoid arousing suspicions during a blood test. A DNA test will also reveal them, and [[EvilDetectingDog dogs sometimes bark at them]].
** They are able to interbreed with humans, though.
* So you're watching ''Series/BlakesSeven'' and you find yourself wondering whether the very-human looking primitive tribe on this episode's guest planet are alien humanoids or descendants of a lost human colony? Don't bother thinking about it that hard. The series itself even lampshaded this in the 4th season:
-->'''Vila''': Everyone came from Earth originally. That's a well-known fact.\\
'''Soolin''': It's a well-known opinion, actually.\\
'''Tarrant''': Most well known facts are.
* ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' did this most of the time with Ax and Visser Three, keeping them in human morph for budget reasons (their natural forms being blue centaurs with scorpion tails and antennae topped by extra eyes). It was a ''lot'' more common than in the books.

to:

* Pax ''Franchise/StargateVerse'':
** In ''Series/StargateSG1''
and Crona ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', the "humans" in Pegasus and the Ori galaxy were seeded by the Ancients and Ori through genetic engineering, and are not directly descended from ''[[Series/{{Vintergatan}} At them, despite the use of the term "ancestors" in Pegasus. The End Of The humans on Earth presumably came about the same way. Humans were not seeded on any other Milky Way]]'' both Way planet: the Goa'uld brought them to those worlds from Earth.
** There are a few occasions where the trope is played straight, however. Most notable are the Nox, who can only be differentiated from humans by their big, poofy hair. There's also the one-shot race from SG-1: "One False Step", who
look like humans with white paint smeared all over their bodies. Finally, Aris Boch, a one-shot BountyHunter from SG-1: "Dead Man Switch", looks completely human on the outside, but has AlienBlood and something about his species, identified in the RPG as the Ilempiri, renders them immune to Goa'uld infestation. [[BlessedWithSuck The snakes wiped most of them out because of it.]]
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** Due to budget constraints, any non-MonsterOfTheWeek and non-RubberForeheadAlien would likely be one of these. The Klingons (before they were turned into RubberForeheadAliens) looked like rather swarthy humans with upswept eyebrows, the Halkans looked like humans with blue dots on their foreheads, the Organians spent most of their time in a totally humanoid form despite being [[EnergyBeing made of pure energy]], and all alien cultures that bore a suspicious resemblance to periods of Earth history had aliens that bore a suspicious resemblance to humans from that period of history.
** One comment by Spock during the first season suggested that his species and many other humanoids were created by a superior race and it was part of his planet's mythology. This explanation seems to have been dropped in favor of one in which a race of ''{{Precursors}}'' seeded DNA with code to create humanoids in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'':
** The show attempted to provide an explanation for the prominence of humanoid species (both Human Aliens and RubberForeheadAliens) in the universe by revealing that there was a common ancestor race that "seeded" the galaxy with its basic genetic material. They switched to exclusively using RubberForeheadAliens rather than Human Aliens after the first few seasons (excluding Guinan's people, the El-Aurians and Councelor Troi's, the Betazoids -- sort of, the Betazoids are ''very subtle'' RubberForeheadAliens (or rather, Coloured Lenses Aliens)).
** An episode of ''Next Generation,'' "Code of Honor", tried to reverse the Caucasian Aliens trap by giving us a planet where the aliens all looked
human, but with three differences -- they constantly crave sugar, African. The results are generally agreed to be staggeringly racist, and to have turned a mediocre episode into one of the worst of the entire franchise.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'':
** Kes, one of the crew members, is an Oocampa, which generally look almost exactly like humans.
** There are a few Human Aliens in its first season, too, mainly wearing strange and colourful national dress.
** Oddly this is inverted by a species encountered by Voyager that look sufficiently [[LizardFolk lizard like]] but turn out to be, while not human, from Earth!
* The Croutonians in the 90's sitcom ''They Came From Outer Space'' are also indistinguishable from human except for
their hair changes color depending on their emotions, inner biology like eating tons of food and they make quick, pig-like noises when they're upset. Strangely enough, only Pax shows the two last signs, leading one to believe that it's either an InformedAbility for Crona, or he's just so slick he never changes emotion from 'groovy'.
producing smoke during coitus.
* The aliens in ''Series/TheEvent'' are distinguished from humans only by on ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' mention a few times that they've taken on human form and describe their longer lifespans and certain undescribed "skeletal and serological abnormalities". The latter are pronounced enough that a blood test will reveal them, and one plants himself with a tube of human blood to avoid arousing suspicions during a blood test. A DNA test will also reveal them, and [[EvilDetectingDog dogs sometimes bark at them]].
** They are able to interbreed with humans, though.
* So you're watching ''Series/BlakesSeven'' and you find yourself wondering whether the very-human looking primitive tribe on this episode's guest planet are alien humanoids or descendants of a lost human colony? Don't bother thinking about it that hard. The series itself even lampshaded this in the 4th season:
-->'''Vila''': Everyone came from Earth originally. That's a well-known fact.\\
'''Soolin''': It's a well-known opinion, actually.\\
'''Tarrant''': Most well known facts are.
* ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' did this most of the time with Ax and Visser Three, keeping them in human morph for budget reasons (their
natural forms form as being blue centaurs with scorpion tails "purple tubes". They seem to have picked their human bodies from a catalogue. [[spoiler: Vicki's son Eric]], fathered by the Big Giant Head in his human guise, looks like a perfectly ordinary human baby and antennae topped is rejected by extra eyes). It was a ''lot'' the tabloids because [[spoiler: Vicki]] didn't even try to make him look more common than in the books."alien".



* In the 2007 [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]] version of ''Series/{{Flash Gordon|2007}}'', Flash calls the inhabitants of Mongo "aliens" even though they look entirely human and [[AliensSpeakingEnglish speak English]] (which is lampshaded, but not explained).
* ''Series/TheMiddleman'' gives us the Manicoids, who are just human-looking enough to pass for plastic surgery victims; and the Clotharians, who look like human teenagers or young adults (the odd man out being High/Maximum Aldwin, who appears as a humanoid adult).
* ''Series/TheAdventuresOfPeteAndPete'' usually stuck to MagicalRealism or surrealism rather than out-and-out science fiction, but the special "Space, Geeks, and Johnny Unitas" revealed that [[spoiler: Joe Jones]] was in fact an alien, presumably from Alpha Centauri
* ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' played this with the aliens who land at Waverly Place in the episode "Wizard For A Day" to steal Jerry's milkshake machine who wear silver suits and have dealy-bobs coming out of their heads, but otherwise look just like us. You'd probably see weirder things on an average day in New York.



* The Skelecians in the 200s remake of "The Electric Company" look human. However, they each have a ring around their neck, supposedly to define them from the normal humans.
* ''Series/{{Lexx}}'': Humans evolved independently in both universes and on multiple planets. Technically all the characters are human aliens until the fourth season, which takes place [[spoiler: on modern-day Earth]].



* Series/TheAliens: A colony of aliens descended from those who crashed on Earth decades ago, their species look exactly like humans and the modern generation speak English as their first language, although there are some minor biological differences which can be detected to give them away, the main one being their hair can be smoked as a drug by humans but has no effect on themselves. They can even interbreed with humans although this is frowned upon by both sides.
* The Croutonians in the 90's sitcom ''They Came From Outer Space'' are also indistinguishable from human except for their inner biology like eating tons of food and producing smoke during coitus.

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* Series/TheAliens: A colony of aliens descended Pax and Crona from those who crashed on Earth decades ago, their species ''[[Series/{{Vintergatan}} At The End Of The Milky Way]]'' both look exactly like humans and the modern generation speak English as their first language, although there are some minor biological human, but with three differences which can be detected to give them away, the main one being -- they constantly crave sugar, their hair can be smoked as a drug by humans but has no effect changes colour depending on themselves. They can even interbreed their emotions, and they make quick, pig-like noises when they're upset. Strangely enough, only Pax shows the two last signs, leading one to believe that it's either an InformedAbility for Crona, or he's just so slick he never changes emotion from 'groovy'.
* ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' played this
with humans although this is frowned upon by both sides.
* The Croutonians
the aliens who land at Waverly Place in the 90's sitcom ''They Came From Outer Space'' are also indistinguishable from human except for episode "Wizard For A Day" to steal Jerry's milkshake machine who wear silver suits and have dealy-bobs coming out of their inner biology heads, but otherwise look just like eating tons of food and producing smoke during coitus. us. You'd probably see weirder things on an average day in New York.
5th Feb '17 12:48:30 PM MarqFJA
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Mois, Kogoro, a few other examples.*
Lum and her Oni family in ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' look almost exactly like humans, only with two small horns, pointy ears, and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair green hair.]] However the series does feature other aliens in all shapes and sizes.

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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Mois, Kogoro, a few other examples.*
examples.
*
Lum and her Oni family in ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' look almost exactly like humans, only with two small horns, pointy ears, and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair green hair.]] However the series does feature other aliens in all shapes and sizes.
2nd Feb '17 2:19:50 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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* Lum and her Oni family in ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' look almost exactly like humans, only with two small horns, pointy ears, and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair green hair.]] However the series does feature other aliens in all shapes and sizes.

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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Mois, Kogoro, a few other examples.*
Lum and her Oni family in ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' look almost exactly like humans, only with two small horns, pointy ears, and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair green hair.]] However the series does feature other aliens in all shapes and sizes.



* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Mois, Kogoro, a few other examples.
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