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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.
30th Aug '14 12:53:51 PM sillygolem
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* In the movie GregorysGirl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.

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* In the movie GregorysGirl Gregory's Girl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.
30th Aug '14 12:53:11 PM sillygolem
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* In the movie Gregory'sGirl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.

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* In the movie Gregory'sGirl GregorysGirl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.
30th Aug '14 12:52:52 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' Gregory'sGirl by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.
2nd Dec '13 4:07:24 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Played for laughs in the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "The Politics of Human Sexuality"; after some [[WackyFratboyHijinx Wacky College Hijinx]] involving [[ItMakesSenseInContext an attempt to break into the Dean's office to view a large fake penis in preparation for an STD Fair]], the Dean forces Annie, Shirley and Britta into a meeting with the Greendale counsellor, who immediately picks up that Annie -- who, although older than the typical example of the trope, is clearly the youngest, most naive and sheltered of the three -- clearly has some hang-ups about saying the word 'penis'. After a very condescending reaction on the part of the counsellor, who attempts to passive-aggressively force Annie to say 'penis' in front of everyone, Annie angrily snaps and declares that she's [[SpoofAesop actually okay with being sexually repressed]], pointing out that maybe if a few more people were a bit more reluctant to express themselves sexually like her they wouldn't need to have an STD fair in the first place.

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* Played for laughs in the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "The Politics of Human Sexuality"; after some [[WackyFratboyHijinx Wacky College Hijinx]] involving [[ItMakesSenseInContext an attempt to break into the Dean's office to view a large fake penis in preparation for an STD Fair]], the Dean forces Annie, Shirley and Britta into a meeting with the Greendale counsellor, who immediately picks up that Annie -- who, although older than the typical example of the trope, is clearly the youngest, most naive and sheltered of the three -- clearly has some hang-ups about saying the word 'penis'. After a very condescending reaction on the part of the counsellor, who attempts to passive-aggressively force Annie to say 'penis' in front of everyone, Annie angrily snaps and declares that she's [[SpoofAesop actually okay with being sexually repressed]], pointing out that maybe if a few more people were a bit more reluctant to express themselves wary of embracing their sexually like her they wouldn't need to have an STD fair in the first place.
2nd Dec '13 4:06:09 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Played for laughs in the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "The Politics of Human Sexuality"; after some [[WackyFratboyHijinx Wacky College Hijinx]] involving [[ItMakesSenseInContext an attempt to break into the Dean's office to view a large fake penis in preparation for an STD Fair]], the Dean forces Annie, Shirley and Britta into a meeting with the Greendale counsellor, who immediately picks up that Annie -- who, although older than the typical example of the trope, is clearly the youngest, most naive and sheltered of the three -- clearly has some hang-ups about saying the word 'penis'. After a very condescending reaction on the part of the counsellor, who attempts to passive-aggressively force Annie to say 'penis' in front of everyone, Annie angrily snaps and declares that she's [[SpoofAesop actually okay with being sexually repressed]], pointing out that maybe if a few more people were a bit more reluctant to express themselves sexually like her they wouldn't need to have an STD fair in the first place.



21st Aug '13 1:07:44 PM DangerArtistNexus60
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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 'Gregory's Girl' by Bill Forsyth, Gregory's younger sister Madeline is a classic example of this trope.

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



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



* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': In the episode "Bridle Gossip", Apple Bloom is the only one to assume that Zecora isn't evil, contrast to the Mane 6 who are much older than her and guess Zecora is evil. Turns out Apple Bloom's assumption was correct all along.
* ''WorldOfWarcraft'': Anduin Wrynn is calmer and more diplomatic than his father, which sometimes leads to this trope.
* 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.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': In the episode "Bridle Gossip", Apple Bloom is the only one to assume that Zecora isn't evil, contrast to the Mane 6 who are much older than her and guess Zecora is evil. Turns out Apple Bloom's assumption was correct all along.
* ''WorldOfWarcraft'': Anduin Wrynn is calmer and more diplomatic than his father, which sometimes leads to this trope.
* 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.

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* ''WorldOfWarcraft'': Anduin Wrynn is calmer and more diplomatic than his father, which sometimes leads to this trope.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': In the episode "Bridle Gossip", Apple Bloom is the only one to assume that Zecora isn't evil, contrast to the Mane 6 who are much older than her and guess Zecora is evil. Turns out Apple Bloom's assumption was correct all along.
* ''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.
* The protagonists of WesternAnimation/SouthPark tend to invoke this in episodes with AnAesop.
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