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25th Mar '17 10:09:30 PM LinTaylor
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* This applies in the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' cartoon; Hank's mother collected little glass statues that resemble dolls.

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* This applies in the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' cartoon; In ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', Hank's mother collected Tilly collects little glass statues figurines. Hank is annoyed by this until he realizes that resemble dolls.her hobby was one of the few things keeping her sane during her marriage to [[JerkAss Hank's father Cotton]].
12th Mar '17 7:33:57 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel ''{{Literature/Another}}'' and it's manga and anime adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]

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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel ''{{Literature/Another}}'' and it's manga and anime adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, and due to her mother's work she lives in a creepy doll gallery.store. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse. Plus the kids from ''other'' classes aren't affected by the course so she can talk to them.]]



* In the OP of the ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness'' TV series, there's a RareMaleExample. [[http://youtu.be/lnVKagzRP1U?t=53s A young boy]] is seen touching a porcelain doll's face, picking it up and hugging it to his chest like a SecurityBlanket, and we can also see ''many'' other similar dolls in the background. [[spoiler: Said boy is a pre-teen Dr. Muraki, and the dolls are a part of his mother's ''enormous'' collection.]]

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* In the OP of the ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness'' TV series, there's a RareMaleExample. RareMaleExample: [[http://youtu.be/lnVKagzRP1U?t=53s A young boy]] is seen touching a porcelain doll's face, picking it up and hugging it to his chest like a SecurityBlanket, and we can also see ''many'' other similar dolls are in the background. [[spoiler: Said boy is a pre-teen Dr. Muraki, and the dolls are a part of his mother's ''enormous'' collection.]]



%%* Anju Maaka from ''Manga/{{Karin}}''.
* [[spoiler:Sophie Montgomery]] from ''[[Manga/{{Lady}} Lady Lady!]]'', who cuddles with a pretty doll that's a gift from [[spoiler:her emotionally-abusive mother. ]]
* CreepyChild Laetitia from ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' is first seen holding on her handmade doll, and she's shown with it several times.

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%%* * Anju Maaka from ''Manga/{{Karin}}''.
''Manga/{{Karin}}'', the titular Karin's little sister, is a vampire girl who has a doll... [[CreepyDoll a fairly creepy one, of course.]]
* [[spoiler:Sophie Montgomery]] from ''[[Manga/{{Lady}} Lady Lady!]]'', who cuddles with a pretty doll that's a gift from [[spoiler:her emotionally-abusive mother. ]]
* CreepyChild Laetitia from ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' is first seen holding on her handmade doll, and she's shown with it several times. [[spoiler: She's implied to take the doll with her when she's HappilyAdopted as (her "creator") Margaret's little sister.]]



* Another somewhat darker version, in the ''Manga/SailorMoon'' anime is lonely IllGirl Hotaru Tomoe (Sailor Saturn) who is supposed to be the ApocalypseMaiden [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds who will destroy the world]]. She is often seen [[SplitPersonalityTakeover being taken over by the Mistress 9 persona]] in [[RoomFullOfCrazy a dark room surrounded by stuffed animals and dolls]] as her MadScientist father talks to her. At least once she would grab a stuffed animal and ''rip it apart'' while speaking.

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* Another somewhat darker version, in the ''Manga/SailorMoon'' anime is lonely IllGirl Hotaru Tomoe (Sailor Saturn) who is supposed to be the ApocalypseMaiden [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds who will destroy the world]]. She In the original anime she is often seen [[SplitPersonalityTakeover being taken over by the Mistress 9 persona]] in [[RoomFullOfCrazy a dark room surrounded by stuffed animals and dolls]] as her MadScientist father talks to her. At least once she would grab a stuffed animal and ''rip it apart'' while speaking.
12th Mar '17 12:04:46 AM AthenaBlue
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%%* The bount's symbol in the first filler arc of the ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' anime.
* In the OP of the ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness'' TV series, there's a RareMaleExample. [[http://youtu.be/lnVKagzRP1U?t=53s A young boy]] is seen touching a porcelain doll's face, picking it up and hugging it to his chest like a SecurityBlanket, and we can also see ''many'' other similar dolls in the background. [[spoiler: Said boy is a pre-teen Dr. Muraki, and the dolls are a part of his mother's ''enormous'' collection.]]
* Miranda Lotto from ''Manga/DGrayMan'' would collect broken dolls and fix them back when she lived in her hometown. Being a ButtMonkey who was [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer seen as useless]], she hated to see things get abandoned. She certainly gives off a Lonely Doll Girl image [[http://www.mangareader.net/210-15115-1/dgray-man/chapter-24.html here]].



* A darker version in ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin:'' the girl in question was a witch with multiple personalities manifesting through her dolls, personalities which considered any slight to her "[[ThisIsUnforgivable unforgivable!]]"
* Miranda Lotto from ''Manga/DGrayMan'' would collect broken dolls and fix them back when she lived in her hometown. Being a ButtMonkey who was [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer seen as useless]], she hated to see things get abandoned. She certainly gives off a Lonely Doll Girl image [[http://www.mangareader.net/210-15115-1/dgray-man/chapter-24.html here]].

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* A darker version One was featured in ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin:'' the girl "[[IronicNurseryTune Solomon Grundy]]" chapter of ''[[Manga/CountCain Godchild]]''; because of her [[IllGirl heart condition]], she lived alone with only the dolls she made for company until she took in question was an amnesiac young man, who she soon fell in love with. This being ''Godchild'', it ended badly for both of them.
%%* Anju Maaka from ''Manga/{{Karin}}''.
* [[spoiler:Sophie Montgomery]] from ''[[Manga/{{Lady}} Lady Lady!]]'', who cuddles with
a pretty doll that's a gift from [[spoiler:her emotionally-abusive mother. ]]
* CreepyChild Laetitia from ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' is first seen holding on her handmade doll, and she's shown with it several times.
* Rei "Hana no Saint Juste" Asaka from ''Manga/OniisamaE'', to a degree. We don't see her carrying dolls around 25/7, but the only "company" of sorts that she has in her apartment is her porcelain doll "Poupee-chan". [[spoiler:Which doubles as a TragicKeepsake as it's a gift from her abusive half-sister Fukiko, whom she's obsessively in love with.]]
* Nomu from ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish''; her dolls are her children and everyone else is a [[HatesEveryoneEqually "worthless little worm"]] (though she does help the protagonists).
* In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', Kirsten is a {{Hikikomori}}
witch with multiple personalities manifesting through two doll familiars.
** The spinnoff ''PuellaMagiKazumiMagica'' had Mirai Wakaba, who's only friends growing up were
her dolls, personalities which considered any slight to her "[[ThisIsUnforgivable unforgivable!]]"
* Miranda Lotto from ''Manga/DGrayMan'' would collect broken dolls and fix them back when she lived in her hometown. Being a ButtMonkey who was [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer seen as useless]], she hated to see things get abandoned. She certainly gives off a Lonely Doll Girl image [[http://www.mangareader.net/210-15115-1/dgray-man/chapter-24.html here]].
teddy bears.



* The bount's symbol in the first filler arc of the ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' anime.

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* The bount's symbol In ''Anime/SakuraWarsTV'', Iris Chateaubriand was a little LonelyRichKid with massive PsychicPowers, locked away in her room by her parents. When Ayame Fujieda went to recruit her, she found the kid all alone in her room with only her plush dolls for company. Even now, Iris is [[ShrinkingViolet shy and withdrawn]] and often carries around her favorite teddy, Jean Paul, as her SecurityBlanket.
* It's implied in ''Manga/SchoolLive'' that [[spoiler:CoolBigSis Yuuri]] has begun hallucinating a teddy bear is [[spoiler:her little sister]] following her SanitySlippage.
* Genderflipped in ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}} NEXT''. There's a legend about an abandoned tower where a handsome doll maker lived only
in the first filler arc company of the ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' anime.dolls he crafted and sold; after he fell in love obsessively with a GirlNextDoor named Anne, he made a DealWithTheDevil and [[LivingDollCollector transfomed Anne]] into his personal CreepyDoll. Decades later, Lina and her group must enter the tower in search of [[MacGuffin the Bible of Clair]], fighting the demon-ized man and Anne the CreepyDoll in a series of contests and riddles. [[spoiler: In a subversion, the legend is actually a lie: the doll was the real demon, and the man that claimed to be the the dollmaker is a puppet controlled by said demon doll.]]
* ''LightNovel/StrawberryPanic'': Kagome and her teddy bear Percival.



* Anju Maaka from ''Manga/{{Karin}}''.
* In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', Kirsten is a {{Hikikomori}} witch with two doll familiars.
** The spinnoff ''PuellaMagiKazumiMagica'' had Mirai Wakaba, who's only friends growing up were her teddy bears.
* ''LightNovel/StrawberryPanic'': Kagome and her teddy bear Percival.
* Nomu from ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish''; her dolls are her children and everyone else is a [[HatesEveryoneEqually "worthless little worm"]] (though she does help the protagonists).
* Rei "Hana no Saint Juste" Asaka from Manga/OniisamaE, to a degree. We don't see her carrying dolls around 25/7, but the only "company" of sorts that she has in her apartment is her porcelain doll "Poupee-chan". [[spoiler:Which doubles as a TragicKeepsake as it's a gift from her abusive half-sister Fukiko, whom she's obsessively in love with.]]
* Genderflipped in ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}} NEXT''. There's a legend about an abandoned tower where a handsome doll maker lived only in the company of the dolls he crafted and sold; after he fell in love obsessively with a GirlNextDoor named Anne, he made a DealWithTheDevil and [[LivingDollCollector transfomed Anne]] into his personal CreepyDoll. Decades later, Lina and her group must enter the tower in search of [[MacGuffin the Bible of Clair]], fighting the demon-ized man and Anne the CreepyDoll in a series of contests and riddles. [[spoiler: In a subversion, the legend is actually a lie: the doll was the real demon, and the man that claimed to be the the dollmaker is a puppet controlled by said demon doll.]]
* One was featured in the "[[IronicNurseryTune Solomon Grundy]]" chapter of ''[[Manga/CountCain Godchild]]''; because of her [[IllGirl heart condition]], she lived alone with only the dolls she made for company until she took in an amnesiac young man, who she soon fell in love with. This being ''Godchild'', it ended badly for both of them.
* CreepyChild Laetitia from ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' is first seen holding on her handmade doll, and she's shown with it several times.
* In the OP of the ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness'' TV series, there's a RareMaleExample. [[http://youtu.be/lnVKagzRP1U?t=53s A young boy]] is seen touching a porcelain doll's face, picking it up and hugging it to his chest like a SecurityBlanket, and we can also see ''many'' other similar dolls in the background. [[spoiler: Said boy is a pre-teen Dr. Muraki, and the dolls are a part of his mother's ''enormous'' collection.]]
* [[spoiler:Sophie Montgomery]] from ''[[Manga/{{Lady}} Lady Lady!]]'', who cuddles with a pretty doll that's a gift from [[spoiler:her emotionally-abusive mother. ]]
* In ''Anime/SakuraWarsTV'', Iris Chateaubriand was a little LonelyRichKid with massive PsychicPowers, locked away in her room by her parents. When Ayame Fujieda went to recruit her, she found the kid all alone in her room with only her plush dolls for company. Even now, Iris is [[ShrinkingViolet shy and withdrawn]] and often carries around her favorite teddy, Jean Paul, as her SecurityBlanket.
* It's implied in ''Manga/SchoolLive'' that [[spoiler:CoolBigSis Yuuri]] has begun hallucinating a teddy bear is [[spoiler:her little sister]] following her SanitySlippage.

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* Anju Maaka from ''Manga/{{Karin}}''.
* In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', Kirsten is
A darker version in ''Anime/WitchHunterRobin:'' the girl in question was a {{Hikikomori}} witch with two doll familiars.
** The spinnoff ''PuellaMagiKazumiMagica'' had Mirai Wakaba, who's only friends growing up were
multiple personalities manifesting through her teddy bears.
* ''LightNovel/StrawberryPanic'': Kagome and
dolls, personalities which considered any slight to her teddy bear Percival.
* Nomu from ''Manga/PrincessJellyfish''; her dolls are her children and everyone else is a [[HatesEveryoneEqually "worthless little worm"]] (though she does help the protagonists).
* Rei "Hana no Saint Juste" Asaka from Manga/OniisamaE, to a degree. We don't see her carrying dolls around 25/7, but the only "company" of sorts that she has in her apartment is her porcelain doll "Poupee-chan". [[spoiler:Which doubles as a TragicKeepsake as it's a gift from her abusive half-sister Fukiko, whom she's obsessively in love with.]]
* Genderflipped in ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}} NEXT''. There's a legend about an abandoned tower where a handsome doll maker lived only in the company of the dolls he crafted and sold; after he fell in love obsessively with a GirlNextDoor named Anne, he made a DealWithTheDevil and [[LivingDollCollector transfomed Anne]] into his personal CreepyDoll. Decades later, Lina and her group must enter the tower in search of [[MacGuffin the Bible of Clair]], fighting the demon-ized man and Anne the CreepyDoll in a series of contests and riddles. [[spoiler: In a subversion, the legend is actually a lie: the doll was the real demon, and the man that claimed to be the the dollmaker is a puppet controlled by said demon doll.]]
* One was featured in the "[[IronicNurseryTune Solomon Grundy]]" chapter of ''[[Manga/CountCain Godchild]]''; because of her [[IllGirl heart condition]], she lived alone with only the dolls she made for company until she took in an amnesiac young man, who she soon fell in love with. This being ''Godchild'', it ended badly for both of them.
* CreepyChild Laetitia from ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'' is first seen holding on her handmade doll, and she's shown with it several times.
* In the OP of the ''Manga/DescendantsOfDarkness'' TV series, there's a RareMaleExample. [[http://youtu.be/lnVKagzRP1U?t=53s A young boy]] is seen touching a porcelain doll's face, picking it up and hugging it to his chest like a SecurityBlanket, and we can also see ''many'' other similar dolls in the background. [[spoiler: Said boy is a pre-teen Dr. Muraki, and the dolls are a part of his mother's ''enormous'' collection.]]
* [[spoiler:Sophie Montgomery]] from ''[[Manga/{{Lady}} Lady Lady!]]'', who cuddles with a pretty doll that's a gift from [[spoiler:her emotionally-abusive mother. ]]
* In ''Anime/SakuraWarsTV'', Iris Chateaubriand was a little LonelyRichKid with massive PsychicPowers, locked away in her room by her parents. When Ayame Fujieda went to recruit her, she found the kid all alone in her room with only her plush dolls for company. Even now, Iris is [[ShrinkingViolet shy and withdrawn]] and often carries around her favorite teddy, Jean Paul, as her SecurityBlanket.
* It's implied in ''Manga/SchoolLive'' that [[spoiler:CoolBigSis Yuuri]] has begun hallucinating a teddy bear is [[spoiler:her little sister]] following her SanitySlippage.
"[[ThisIsUnforgivable unforgivable!]]"



* Strongly hinted at in ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry''. [[spoiler: Being the child of the last two humans left alive on Earth after Third Impact, Aki Ikari doesn't really have anyone to talk to except her parents and her ragdoll Kiko.]] Mercifully averted after the events of the last chapter.



* Strongly hinted at in ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry''. [[spoiler: Being the child of the last two humans left alive on Earth after Third Impact, Aki Ikari doesn't really have anyone to talk to except her parents and her ragdoll Kiko.]] Mercifully averted after the events of the last chapter.



* ''Franchise/StarWars: Episode VII -- Film/TheForceAwakens'': Heroine Rey has a doll dressed as a Rebel pilot in her home. Given that she's lived on her own since she was a child, and had [[FriendlessBackground no friends]] before the events of the movie, that doll was probably the only thing she could really talk to.



* In Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/NeedfulThings'', Myrtle likes to be alone with the dolls she collects because they don't call her stupid, whereas her abusive husband Danforth does.
* ''TheKillingDoll'' by Ruth Rendell centres around [[MeaningfulName Dolly]], a disfigured girl who's too shy to go out and make friends. When her father gets remarried to a less-than-pleasant woman, Dolly feels like a stranger in her own home, and starts making dolls. Including an effigy of her stepmother, which she uses as a VoodooDoll...
* Sara Crewe of Francis Hodgson Burnett's ''Literature/ALittlePrincess'' gets two fancy dolls at critical stages: one when her father leaves her at boarding school, and one at the birthday party when she finds out her father has died. Sara treats them as though they were alive.
* ''Literature/TheHeritageOfShannara'' has the Mole, a RareMaleExample. He's an [[TheGrotesque extremely hairy]] man who lives underground and collects discarded toy animals, thinking of them as if they were real.
* In ''[[Literature/RachelGriffin The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin]]'', student Magdalene Chase--who is bullied and perhaps abused by other schoolmates, including her older sister--is never seen without her porcelain doll. [[spoiler: the doll turns out to be alive and her only protector.]]



* Linda Nielsen in Creator/AlfredBester's novella ''They Don't Make Life Like They Used To'' is this. She's one of the last humans on earth AfterTheEnd, and is competent and practical, but cherishes her dolls as companions.
* One is mentioned in the ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' book ''The Headless Ghost''. After SpoiledBrat Andrew Craw was murdered, his sister went insane and spent the rest of her life inside her room, doing nothing but playing with her dolls up until the day she died.



* One is mentioned in the ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' book ''The Headless Ghost''. After SpoiledBrat Andrew Craw was murdered, his sister went insane and spent the rest of her life inside her room, doing nothing but playing with her dolls up until the day she died.
* ''Literature/TheHeritageOfShannara'' has the Mole, a RareMaleExample. He's an [[TheGrotesque extremely hairy]] man who lives underground and collects discarded toy animals, thinking of them as if they were real.
* ''TheKillingDoll'' by Ruth Rendell centres around [[MeaningfulName Dolly]], a disfigured girl who's too shy to go out and make friends. When her father gets remarried to a less-than-pleasant woman, Dolly feels like a stranger in her own home, and starts making dolls. Including an effigy of her stepmother, which she uses as a VoodooDoll...
* Sara Crewe of Francis Hodgson Burnett's ''Literature/ALittlePrincess'' gets two fancy dolls at critical stages: one when her father leaves her at boarding school, and one at the birthday party when she finds out her father has died. Sara treats them as though they were alive.
* In Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/NeedfulThings'', Myrtle likes to be alone with the dolls she collects because they don't call her stupid, whereas her abusive husband Danforth does.
* In ''[[Literature/RachelGriffin The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin]]'', student Magdalene Chase--who is bullied and perhaps abused by other schoolmates, including her older sister--is never seen without her porcelain doll. [[spoiler: the doll turns out to be alive and her only protector.]]
* Linda Nielsen in Creator/AlfredBester's novella ''They Don't Make Life Like They Used To'' is this. She's one of the last humans on earth AfterTheEnd, and is competent and practical, but cherishes her dolls as companions.



* George Bluth. Sr., is a rare male version in Season 2 of ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' as a result of being cooped up in an attic while he's a fugitive.
* "The Uncanny Valley" episode of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' gave us Samantha Malcolm, who was molested and abused by her father leading to a sad, lonely life. She used to have tea time with her favourite dolls before her father took them away from her, forcing her to kidnap women, drug them and dress them up as surrogates for the dolls at the tea time. [[spoiler:She does eventually get the dolls back at the end.]]



* "The Uncanny Valley" episode of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' gave us Samantha Malcolm, who was molested and abused by her father leading to a sad, lonely life. She used to have tea time with her favourite dolls before her father took them away from her, forcing her to kidnap women, drug them and dress them up as surrogates for the dolls at the tea time. [[spoiler:She does eventually get the dolls back at the end.]]
* George Bluth. Sr., is a rare male version in Season 2 of ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' as a result of being cooped up in an attic while he's a fugitive.



* Iris in the ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' games isn't quite as withdrawn as her anime counterpart, but she still grew up with only her plush dolls for company, and continues to carry around her teddy bear as a SecurityBlanket.



* Iris in the ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' games isn't quite as withdrawn as her anime counterpart, but she still grew up with only her plush dolls for company, and continues to carry around her teddy bear as a SecurityBlanket.



* Eri in ''VisualNovel/{{Nameless}}'' has parents who seldom visit and her grandfather, who brought her up, recently died. She deals with the loneliness by collecting [=BJDs=]. Then they become human, starting the plot.



* Eri in ''VisualNovel/{{Nameless}}'' has parents who seldom visit and her grandfather, who brought her up, recently died. She deals with the loneliness by collecting [=BJDs=]. Then they become human, starting the plot.



* [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1464 This]] old episode of ''Webcomic/CatAndGirl'', as something of a continuation of [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1462 the previous comic]].



* [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1464 This]] old episode of ''Webcomic/CatAndGirl'', as something of a continuation of [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1462 the previous comic]].



* On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' Cartman had a doll tea party.
** A later season episode, ''1%'', does a dark examination of Cartman's toys. He uses his dolls to assure himself that he is "Awesome and kewl" after the kids at school express their anger at him, especially after they tell him to grow up. Then it looks as if someone is destroying his dolls as revenge for making the school fail the President's physical fitness exam because he's so out of shape. Cartman acts as though they're literally being murdered, holding a funeral for Clyde Frog and bursting into tears when Peter Panda is destroyed in a fire. It's then revealed [[spoiler: Cartman is the one destroying them, but doing so by pretending that his other doll, Polly Prissypants, is the one responsible. Because this is the only way he can "grow up," as his horrifically warped mind can't imagine any other way of getting rid of his toys. It all culminates in Cartman performing a MercyKill on Polly Prissypants, sobbing the entire time, while his friends and mother look on in shocked, disturbed confusion.]]



* This applies in the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' cartoon; Hank's mother collected little glass statues that resemble dolls.
* In one of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' cartoons, there was a girl named Giselle, who had something wrong with her leg (polio?) and her doctor recommended that she get out and play with friends...which she doesn't have, because she can't keep up with other kids. So the doctor recommends that her mother buy her a doll. Meanwhile, Madeline and her classmates visit a doll factory, and the eponymous character gets packaged as a doll, and decides to keep up the charade when purchased for Giselle. Giselle is heartbroken when she learns the truth about her "doll," but the girls arrange a playdate/picnic for her, and she gets a new doll.



* This applies in the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' cartoon; Hank's mother collected little glass statues that resemble dolls.
* In one of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' cartoons, there was a girl named Giselle, who had something wrong with her leg (polio?) and her doctor recommended that she get out and play with friends...which she doesn't have, because she can't keep up with other kids. So the doctor recommends that her mother buy her a doll. Meanwhile, Madeline and her classmates visit a doll factory, and the eponymous character gets packaged as a doll, and decides to keep up the charade when purchased for Giselle. Giselle is heartbroken when she learns the truth about her "doll," but the girls arrange a playdate/picnic for her, and she gets a new doll.

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* This applies in the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' cartoon; Hank's mother collected little glass statues On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' Cartman had a doll tea party.
** A later season episode, ''1%'', does a dark examination of Cartman's toys. He uses his dolls to assure himself
that resemble dolls.
* In one of
he is "Awesome and kewl" after the ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' cartoons, there was a girl named Giselle, who had something wrong with her leg (polio?) and her doctor recommended that she get out and play with friends...which she doesn't have, kids at school express their anger at him, especially after they tell him to grow up. Then it looks as if someone is destroying his dolls as revenge for making the school fail the President's physical fitness exam because she he's so out of shape. Cartman acts as though they're literally being murdered, holding a funeral for Clyde Frog and bursting into tears when Peter Panda is destroyed in a fire. It's then revealed [[spoiler: Cartman is the one destroying them, but doing so by pretending that his other doll, Polly Prissypants, is the one responsible. Because this is the only way he can "grow up," as his horrifically warped mind can't keep up with imagine any other kids. So way of getting rid of his toys. It all culminates in Cartman performing a MercyKill on Polly Prissypants, sobbing the doctor recommends that her entire time, while his friends and mother buy her a doll. Meanwhile, Madeline and her classmates visit a doll factory, and the eponymous character gets packaged as a doll, and decides to keep up the charade when purchased for Giselle. Giselle is heartbroken when she learns the truth about her "doll," but the girls arrange a playdate/picnic for her, and she gets a new doll. look on in shocked, disturbed confusion.]]



* Presumably the guy who started [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18830_the-6-creepiest-places-earth-part-2.html Isla de las Munecas]], the Island of the Dolls, though he thought it was the ghost of a dead girl who'd be lonely.

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* Presumably the guy who started [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18830_the-6-creepiest-places-earth-part-2.html Isla de las Munecas]], Muñecas]], the Island of the Dolls, though he thought it was the ghost of a dead girl who'd be lonely.


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* George Bluth. Sr., is a rare male version in Season 2 of ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' as a result of being cooped up in an attic while he's a fugitive.
7th Jan '17 11:16:36 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'': Lilo has one home-made doll, whose appearance freaks out the other girls. Later she is seen making {{Voodoo Doll}}s of her friends and dipping them in pickle juice. ("My friends need to be punished.") The main doll may or may not be intended to be a "menehune" (Hawaiian [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame dwarves]]).

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* ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'': Lilo has one home-made doll, homemade doll named Scrump, whose appearance freaks out the other girls. Later she is seen making {{Voodoo Doll}}s of her friends and dipping them in pickle juice. ("My friends need to be punished.") The main doll Scrump may or may not be intended to be a "menehune" (Hawaiian [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame dwarves]]).
30th Oct '16 6:56:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''FearStreet Sagas'' had one in the form of Lucy, although while she ''looks'' like a little girl, she's in fact a physically stunted 17 year old. She also owns multiple copies of the same doll, girls with black hair and dresses, and they're all named after her. She altered one doll into a boy she names after Tyler Fier, and she owns one with blonde hair and blue eyes, but the doll was damaged because "The others didn't like her." But ultimately, Lucy is sick of her dolls because she's tired of Tyler treating her like a child, and in a massive temper tantrum she destroys them all.

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* ''FearStreet ''Literature/FearStreet Sagas'' had one in the form of Lucy, although while she ''looks'' like a little girl, she's in fact a physically stunted 17 year old. She also owns multiple copies of the same doll, girls with black hair and dresses, and they're all named after her. She altered one doll into a boy she names after Tyler Fier, and she owns one with blonde hair and blue eyes, but the doll was damaged because "The others didn't like her." But ultimately, Lucy is sick of her dolls because she's tired of Tyler treating her like a child, and in a massive temper tantrum she destroys them all.
19th Aug '16 6:38:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1464 This]] old episode of ''CatAndGirl'', as something of a continuation of [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1462 the previous comic]].

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* [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1464 This]] old episode of ''CatAndGirl'', ''Webcomic/CatAndGirl'', as something of a continuation of [[http://catandgirl.com/?p=1462 the previous comic]].
6th Jul '16 5:33:40 PM Vicious96
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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel Literature/''{{Another}}'' and it's manga and anime adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]

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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel Literature/''{{Another}}'' ''{{Literature/Another}}'' and it's manga and anime adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]
6th Jul '16 5:33:11 PM Vicious96
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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel ''[[Literature/Another]]'' and it's manga and anime adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]

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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel ''[[Literature/Another]]'' Literature/''{{Another}}'' and it's manga and anime adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]
6th Jul '16 5:30:31 PM Vicious96
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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror anime series''[[Anime/Another]]''. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]

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* Zigzagged with Mei Misaki in the horror novel ''[[Literature/Another]]'' and it's manga and anime series''[[Anime/Another]]''.adaptation. Misaki is a mysterious member of class 3-3 who is apparetnly invisible to everyone except Kouichi Sakakibara, she lives in a creepy doll gallery. [[spoiler: In reality, Mei has a fairly good relationship with her peers, but she was chosen to be the annual "One Who Does Not Exist" to prevent the deaths of her class mates from the curse.]]
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