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15th Jan '16 7:19:46 AM TheUnknownUploader
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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} and WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob gained this role in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}''. [[spoiler: Subverted when they both become [[BeleagueredAssistant Beleaguered Assistants]] and [[TheStarscream Starscreams]] after they learn about N. Bison's true plans for Kickassia]]
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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} and WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob gained this role in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}''. [[spoiler: Subverted when they both become [[BeleagueredAssistant Beleaguered Assistants]] and [[TheStarscream Starscreams]] after they learn about N. Bison's true plans for Kickassia]]
15th Jan '16 7:19:05 AM TheUnknownUploader
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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} and WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob gained this role in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}''.
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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} and WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob gained this role in ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}''. [[spoiler: Subverted when they both become [[BeleagueredAssistant Beleaguered Assistants]] and [[TheStarscream Starscreams]] after they learn about N. Bison's true plans for Kickassia]]
6th Dec '15 10:28:22 AM TheSinful
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* ''FanFic/{{Dauntless}}'' has Edith who, while less competent than [[Anime/CodeGeass Lelouch]], still holds more power than anyone on his staff and is incredibly competent at everything except battle and chess. * Kocho acts as Naruto's secretary in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10917821/29/The-questionable-burdens-of-leadership-of-a-troll-Emperor The (Questionable) Burdens of Leadership of a Troll Emperor]]'' and is noted by Naruto as being "freakishly competent". It helps that she's a {{Technopath}}.
24th Sep '15 2:59:27 PM LentilSandEater
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* ''Marriage of Figaro,'' anyone?
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* %%* ''Marriage of Figaro,'' anyone?
6th Jul '15 11:12:30 AM nombretomado
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->''"Itís like they did a show about Robin Hood, but Little John was the one who was really good at archery and took down the Sheriff of Nottingham, and also he used to bang [[LoisLane Maid Marian]]."''
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->''"Itís like they did a show about Robin Hood, but Little John was the one who was really good at archery and took down the Sheriff of Nottingham, and also he used to bang [[LoisLane [[ComicBook/LoisLane Maid Marian]]."''
10th Jun '15 10:37:53 AM TheWanderer
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Frequently the OnlySaneMan. See also TheAllegedBoss, TheReliableOne and TheJeeves. Contrast BumblingSidekick.
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Frequently the OnlySaneMan. See also TheAllegedBoss, TheReliableOne and TheJeeves. Contrast BumblingSidekick. BumblingSidekick. Often the need to be hyper competent is because the boss is a CluelessBoss.
6th Jun '15 5:35:07 PM Prfnoff
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* In [[TheOnlineWarrior Max and Matt's]] Bro-Ops LetsPlay of {{Guacamelee}}, Max plays as [[TheHero Juan]], Matt plays as [[TheLancer Tostada]]. Matt is much more competent.
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* In [[TheOnlineWarrior Max and Matt's]] Bro-Ops LetsPlay of {{Guacamelee}}, ''VideoGame/{{Guacamelee}}'', Max plays as [[TheHero Juan]], Matt plays as [[TheLancer Tostada]]. Matt is much more competent.
26th May '15 11:49:12 AM Nentuaby
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** [[UnreliableNarrator Mephisto]] claims that this was common for the CaptainPatriotic / KidSidekick pairings that popped up all over the place during WorldWarTwo, mainly because [[spoiler: the 'superheroes' were usually the result of SuperSoldier experiments performed by [[MadScientist 'eccentric' but patriotic researchers]] under the control of the military. The 'kid' sidekicks were actually their handlers, and older than they appeared, as the whole purpose of setting these 'flag heroes' loose on criminals and saboteurs was to see if the test subjects could handle the stress of combat and covert ops without going berserk.]][[note]]This is a direct reference to the way ComicBook/MarvelComics retconned the relationship between ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and Bucky Barnes.[[/note]]
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** [[UnreliableNarrator Mephisto]] claims that this was common for the CaptainPatriotic / KidSidekick pairings that popped up all over the place during WorldWarTwo, mainly because [[spoiler: the 'superheroes' were usually the result of SuperSoldier experiments performed by [[MadScientist 'eccentric' but patriotic researchers]] under the control of the military. The 'kid' sidekicks were actually their handlers, and older than they appeared, as the whole purpose of setting these 'flag heroes' loose on criminals and saboteurs was to see if the test subjects could handle the stress of combat and covert ops without going berserk.]][[note]]This is a direct reference to the way ComicBook/MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics retconned the relationship between ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and Bucky Barnes.[[/note]]
26th May '15 11:48:34 AM Nentuaby
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Peview no baka, not working on notes...
** [[UnreliableNarrator Mephisto]] claims that this was common for the CaptainPatriotic / KidSidekick pairings that popped up all over the place during WorldWarTwo, mainly because [[spoiler: the 'superheroes' were usually the result of SuperSoldier experiments performed by [[MadScientist 'eccentric' but patriotic researchers]] under the control of the military. The 'kid' sidekicks were actually their handlers, and older than they appeared, as the whole purpose of setting these 'flag heroes' loose on criminals and saboteurs was to see if the test subjects could handle the stress of combat and covert ops without going berserk.]][[note]]This is a direct reference to the way ComicBooks/MarvelComics retconned the relationship between ComicBooks/CaptainAmerica and Bucky Barnes.[[/note]]
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** [[UnreliableNarrator Mephisto]] claims that this was common for the CaptainPatriotic / KidSidekick pairings that popped up all over the place during WorldWarTwo, mainly because [[spoiler: the 'superheroes' were usually the result of SuperSoldier experiments performed by [[MadScientist 'eccentric' but patriotic researchers]] under the control of the military. The 'kid' sidekicks were actually their handlers, and older than they appeared, as the whole purpose of setting these 'flag heroes' loose on criminals and saboteurs was to see if the test subjects could handle the stress of combat and covert ops without going berserk.]][[note]]This is a direct reference to the way ComicBooks/MarvelComics ComicBook/MarvelComics retconned the relationship between ComicBooks/CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and Bucky Barnes.[[/note]]
26th May '15 11:46:11 AM Nentuaby
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** [[UnreliableNarrator Mephisto]] claims that this was common for the CaptainPatriotic / KidSidekick pairings that popped up all over the place during WorldWarTwo, mainly because [[spoiler: the 'superheroes' were usually the result of SuperSoldier experiments performed by [[MadScientist 'eccentric' but patriotic researchers]] under the control of the military. The 'kid' sidekicks were actually their handlers, and older than they appeared, as the whole purpose of setting these 'flag heroes' loose on criminals and saboteurs was to see if the test subjects could handle the stress of combat and covert ops without going berserk.]]
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** [[UnreliableNarrator Mephisto]] claims that this was common for the CaptainPatriotic / KidSidekick pairings that popped up all over the place during WorldWarTwo, mainly because [[spoiler: the 'superheroes' were usually the result of SuperSoldier experiments performed by [[MadScientist 'eccentric' but patriotic researchers]] under the control of the military. The 'kid' sidekicks were actually their handlers, and older than they appeared, as the whole purpose of setting these 'flag heroes' loose on criminals and saboteurs was to see if the test subjects could handle the stress of combat and covert ops without going berserk.]] ]][[note]]This is a direct reference to the way ComicBooks/MarvelComics retconned the relationship between ComicBooks/CaptainAmerica and Bucky Barnes.[[/note]]
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