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1st Apr '16 5:29:02 PM Pichu-kun
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* Several of Outsiders in ''Disney/{{The Lion King 2}}'' have caught the eyes of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' fandom. They've been given FanNickname's like Spotty, Dotty, and Digger.

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* Several of Outsiders in ''Disney/{{The Lion King 2}}'' ''Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride'' have caught the eyes of ''Disney/TheLionKing'' fandom. They've been given FanNickname's {{Fan Nickname}}s like Spotty, Dotty, and Digger.
14th Jan '16 11:09:26 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' has two noticeable classmates of Arthur that never get interacted with or have lines but have been around since the original books. They're named Maria and Alex and fans have taken quite a shine to them, especially since they're often seen together. The writers noticed and giving Maria a LowerDeckEpisode.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' has two noticeable classmates of Arthur that never get interacted with or have lines but have been around since the original books. They're named Maria and Alex and fans have taken quite a shine to them, especially since they're often seen together. The writers noticed and giving gave Maria a LowerDeckEpisode.LowerDeckEpisode eventually.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "The Answer" a pearl appeared for a few seconds. She doesn't speak or really even do much but she is the first pearl shown aside from Pearl. Her design really stood out and within minutes of the episode airing fanworks started popping up. She was dubbed [[FanNickname "Blue Pearl"]] by fans.
7th Jan '16 2:12:01 AM jormis29
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* ''Anime/AquarionEvol'' has Paperbag-chan, an extra who appears in several shots wearing a paper bag over her head. The series gives no development, characterization, or explanation of any kind as to what this girl's deal is.

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* ''Anime/AquarionEvol'' has Paperbag-chan, an extra who appears in several shots [[BrownBagMask wearing a paper bag over her head.head]]. The series gives no development, characterization, or explanation of any kind as to what this girl's deal is.
7th Jan '16 2:06:14 AM DarkHunter
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* ''Anime/AquarionEvol'' has Paperbag-chan, an extra who appears in several shots wearing a paper bag over her head. The series gives no development, characterization, or explanation of any kind as to what this girl's deal is.
6th Jan '16 4:14:42 PM Wuz
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation has [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-423 Fred]], a harmless sentient SCP who inserts himself into works of fiction as a bystander for a line or two... and Fred was there.
4th Jan '16 5:55:25 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Several from ''SpongebobSquarepants'': the "MY LEG!" (or, if you're going by TheMovie, "MY EYES!") guy from several episodes, the "he kept us waiting for a bubble!?" guy from "Bubble Buddy", and the [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/deuueaugh "DEUUEAUGH"]] fish from "Something Smells". All three have gained significant popularity, mostly through YouTubePoop.
* The "Unidentified Rodian with Jacket" from an episode of ''StarWarsCloneWars''.

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* Several from ''SpongebobSquarepants'': ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'': the "MY LEG!" (or, if you're going by TheMovie, "MY EYES!") guy from several episodes, the "he kept us waiting for a bubble!?" guy from "Bubble Buddy", and the [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/deuueaugh "DEUUEAUGH"]] fish from "Something Smells". All three have gained significant popularity, mostly through YouTubePoop.
* The "Unidentified Rodian with Jacket" from an episode of ''StarWarsCloneWars''.''WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars''.
15th Dec '15 8:30:24 PM FF32
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* The SCPFoundation has [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-423 Fred]], a harmless sentient SCP who inserts himself into works of fiction as a bystander for a line or two... and Fred was there.

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* The SCPFoundation Wiki/SCPFoundation has [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-423 Fred]], a harmless sentient SCP who inserts himself into works of fiction as a bystander for a line or two... and Fred was there.
17th Nov '15 8:12:26 AM Prfnoff
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* The man who witnesses {{Jesus}}'s arrest and then flees naked after GivingThemTheStrip in [[Literature/TheBible Mark 14:51-52]]. Since this bystander is not mentioned in any of the other Gospels, a common theory is that he was Mark himself.
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15th Nov '15 3:08:00 PM Prfnoff
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* ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' gave us the irritated-looking, bespectacled matron looking at Mary as she tossed her hat into the air in the show’s iconic opening credits.
* On ''AreYouBeingServed,'' the lift girls and sales assistants were nearly always present. Many were also professional dancers, so they were able to take part in some of the [[HeyLetsPutOnAShow dance sequences]]. Two of the LongRunners were Belinda Lee (lift girl) and Sue Bishop (sales assistant), [[AscendedExtra who both got speaking parts in one episode]].

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* ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' ''Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' gave us the irritated-looking, bespectacled matron looking at Mary as she tossed her hat into the air in the show’s iconic opening credits.
* On ''AreYouBeingServed,'' ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'', the lift girls and sales assistants were nearly always present. Many were also professional dancers, so they were able to take part in some of the [[HeyLetsPutOnAShow dance sequences]]. Two of the LongRunners were Belinda Lee (lift girl) and Sue Bishop (sales assistant), [[AscendedExtra who both got speaking parts in one episode]].



* In SoundHorizon's ''Märchen'', there is a character called Idolfried Ehrenberg (aka. "Ido") who is only heard faintly in the background of a single song and has all of two lines, neither of which have anything to do with either the album or the song proper. Naturally, fans have created a detailed backstory for him[[note]]Specifically, it's theorized that he is the father of the Well Girl in "Sei To Shi Wo Wakatsu Kyoukai No Furuido", and that he died by falling into the same well as März.[[/note]] (which, [[MindScrew given]] [[TeasingCreator Revo]]'s MO, may have been exactly what was intended) and draw nearly as much fanart for him as they do for the title character.

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* In SoundHorizon's Music/SoundHorizon's ''Märchen'', there is a character called Idolfried Ehrenberg (aka. "Ido") who is only heard faintly in the background of a single song and has all of two lines, neither of which have anything to do with either the album or the song proper. Naturally, fans have created a detailed backstory for him[[note]]Specifically, it's theorized that he is the father of the Well Girl in "Sei To Shi Wo Wakatsu Kyoukai No Furuido", and that he died by falling into the same well as März.[[/note]] (which, [[MindScrew given]] [[TeasingCreator Revo]]'s MO, may have been exactly what was intended) and draw nearly as much fanart for him as they do for the title character.character.
* One of Music/KatyPerry's backup dancers at UsefulNotes/SuperBowl XLIX unexpectedly created the phenomenon known to the Internet as "Left Shark."
12th Nov '15 5:56:44 PM Nentuaby
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* If you pick up a comic book, you might notice two recurring characters in the form of a ginger man with glasses and a goatee and his stockier, black-haired friend. They’re usually cops, but they’ve also be seen as everything from civilians, party-goers and common crooks), and are always seen together. The kicker? They’re found in Marvel, DC ''and'' Transformers comics, completely transcending both companies and writers. No one knows where they come from or who created them. They are known to fans simply as the “Mystery Hipster Cops”.

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* If you pick up a comic book, you might notice two recurring characters in the form of a ginger man with glasses and a goatee and his stockier, black-haired friend. They’re usually cops, but they’ve also be seen as everything from civilians, party-goers and common crooks), and are always seen together. The kicker? They’re found in Marvel, DC ''and'' Transformers comics, completely transcending both companies companies, writers, and writers.artists. No one knows where they come from or who created them. They are known to fans simply as the “Mystery Hipster Cops”.
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