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13th Dec '16 7:08:54 PM PaulA
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* Gher from ''TheRedemptionOfAlthalus''. He's not just TheSmartGuy, he's a young smart guy.

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* Gher from ''TheRedemptionOfAlthalus''.''Literature/TheRedemptionOfAlthalus''. He's not just TheSmartGuy, he's a young smart guy.
1st Dec '16 3:23:38 AM axle-k89
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* In ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', In "The Sign Of Three", [[spoiler:Sherlock is frantically trying to work out who the murderer could be, having worked out that Major Sholto is being targeted, and Archie pipes up with his suggestion that it could be the "invisible man with the invisible knife", who tried to kill Bainbridge.]] He's right, and Sherlock uses this information to help him solve the case.
1st Dec '16 3:19:35 AM axle-k89
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* ''TheSimpsons''. There are a lot of episodes where Lisa manages to come up with a solution where adults have failed. She is usually more intelligent than Homer as well.

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* ''TheSimpsons''. There are a lot of episodes where Lisa (as well as Bart and sometimes even ''Maggie'') manages to come up with a solution where adults have failed. She is usually more intelligent than Homer as well.
22nd Aug '16 4:15:29 PM nombretomado
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* Talen from the {{Elenium}} has a knack for figuring out things before the adults.

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* Talen from the {{Elenium}} ''Literature/TheElenium'' has a knack for figuring out things before the adults.
10th Aug '16 8:50:29 PM nombretomado
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* This is a recurring theme in the {{Deryni}} works generally; younger people are seen to question and doubt old ideas: the fears promulgated by the Church hierarchy and the received wisdom (untested) of the High Deryni Lords of the Camberian Council. Some of the younger people even act on their different notions of the proper and the just. In particular:

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* This is a recurring theme in the {{Deryni}} Literature/{{Deryni}} works generally; younger people are seen to question and doubt old ideas: the fears promulgated by the Church hierarchy and the received wisdom (untested) of the High Deryni Lords of the Camberian Council. Some of the younger people even act on their different notions of the proper and the just. In particular:
9th Aug '16 4:37:41 PM Sammettik
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* The protagonists of WesternAnimation/SouthPark tend to invoke this in episodes with AnAesop.

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* The protagonists of WesternAnimation/SouthPark ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' tend to invoke this in episodes with AnAesop.



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22nd Jun '15 7:03:46 AM Allronix
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* ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'': Mission is a snarky, teenaged Twi'lek [[ArtfulDodger street kid]] who looks up to the PlayerCharacter like an older sibling. She is also tied with Carth as having the highest KarmaMeter score in the party. She will often argue against unfair or openly oppressive situations or encourage the player to be the nice guy.
22nd Oct '14 6:22:29 PM rjd1922
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* The Baudelaire Orphans repeatedly in ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents.

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* The Baudelaire Orphans repeatedly in ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents.''Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents''.
30th Aug '14 1:38:58 PM SeptimusHeap
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* The movie SleeplessInSeattle is based on this premise. Jonah wants his sad father to remarry, so the boy takes the initiative to call a radio psychiatrist, setting off the whole sequence of events.
* In the movie GregorysGirl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.

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* The movie SleeplessInSeattle ''Film/SleeplessInSeattle'' is based on this premise. Jonah wants his sad father to remarry, so the boy takes the initiative to call a radio psychiatrist, setting off the whole sequence of events.
* In the movie GregorysGirl ''Film/GregorysGirl'' by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.
30th Aug '14 1:10:10 PM sillygolem
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* In the movie Gregory's Girl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.

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* In the movie Gregory's Girl GregorysGirl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.
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