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18th Jun '18 7:34:56 AM KagSwirby
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' introduced two Garys: Happy Peppy Gary in Season 2 and Imaginary Gary in Season 3.
13th Jun '18 2:09:52 PM Dghcrh
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* In ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'', all of [[MechaMooks Jack Spicer's robots]] are called Jackbots or Robo-Jack for the more human-looking ones. Jack also adopts a parrot which he names Little Jack at one point.
9th Jun '18 9:18:29 PM DanMat6288
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** The trope is brought up again in "Pool Hopping" when Garnet adopts a kitten to dote after in place of the [[TookALevelInBadass no longer weak and vulnerable]] Steven. When she tries naming the kitten "Steven", the original gently objects--so she goes with "[[PunnyName Cat Steven]]" instead.
9th Jun '18 2:16:35 PM rjd1922
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-->'''Pizza Steve:''' I told you I have two rules, Uncle G. [[BrickJoke No more than 40 or 50 vans]], and only ONE Steven allowed!

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-->'''Pizza Steve:''' I told you I have two rules, Uncle G. [[BrickJoke No more than 40 or 50 vans]], and only ONE Steven Steve allowed!
5th Jun '18 6:54:26 PM KagSwirby
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* '''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''' tends to re-use names for characters:

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* '''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''' ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' tends to re-use names for characters:
5th Jun '18 6:54:06 PM KagSwirby
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* '''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''' tends to re-use names for characters:
** Three characters named '''Ralph''': Ralph Phillips, a daydreaming little boy, Ralph Crumden, a mouse avatar of Jackie Gleason's character from ''Series/TheHoneymooners'', and Ralph Wolf, a Wile E. Coyote lookalike in [[WesternAnimation/RalphWolfAndSamSheepdog Chuck Jones' sheepdog-wolf series]].
** Two '''Claude'''s as well: Claude Cat (from the early 1950s) and the gangster from the 1968 "Bunny and Claude" cartoons.
** And two '''Egghead'''s. The Elmer Fudd prototype and Miss Prissy's prodigy son that was more than a match for Foghorn Leghorn.
4th Jun '18 11:54:01 AM JoeMerl
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** In this setting, any being created with the same gemstone has the same name, which leads to this trope being destroyed on a regular basis. So far, there are (at least) three Pearls (differentiable by color), a whole gaggle of Amethysts, an entire production line of Rose Quartzes (all but one of which have been decommissioned), two Jaspers, two Topazes, and several Rubies (Steven gives them nicknames to tell them apart based on the placement of their gem).

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** In this setting, Bordering on PlanetOfSteves when we learn that any being created with Gems of the same gemstone has kind have the same name, which leads to this trope being destroyed on a regular basis. So far, there are (at least) name--for example, the story has three Pearls (differentiable by color), a whole gaggle of Amethysts, an entire production line of Rose Quartzes (all but one of which have been decommissioned), two Jaspers, two Topazes, and several Rubies (Steven gives as recurring characters[[note]]The scripts/fans differentiate them nicknames to tell them apart based on by calling the placement of their gem).main one "Pearl" and the others "Yellow Pearl" and "Blue Pearl"[[/note]], while the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Ruby Squad]] all introduce themselves as "Ruby" (and "[[ShellShockedVeteran Eyeball]]" at least seems annoyed by Steven trying to give her a nickname).



** There's also Hank and his baby brother, Good Hank. His dad seems to have been sending him a message there.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', there are two characters named "Duncan" in the series; Duncan Potter, the little rabbit boy Babs Bunny babysat in "I Was a Teenage Bunnysitter" (part of The "Acme Home Shopping Show"), and Duncan Duff, Elmyra's younger brother who appears in the episodes, "Take Elmyra Please" and "Grandma's Dead".

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', there are two characters named "Duncan" in the series; Duncan Potter, the little rabbit boy Babs Bunny babysat in "I Was a Teenage Bunnysitter" (part of The "Acme Home Shopping Show"), and Duncan Duff, Elmyra's younger brother who appears in the episodes, "Take Elmyra Please" and "Grandma's Dead".Dead."
24th May '18 7:37:56 PM LinTaylor
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' averts this with Ruby Rose's late mother and Weiss Schnee's older sister, both of whom are named Winter.
18th May '18 8:12:08 AM merotoker
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One could only wish this were TruthInTelevision, but as teachers know all too well, names go through cycles and depending on the era, a single class might have five Jasons, Michaels, Elsas or Claras. Thus, this trope is generally considered an AcceptableBreakFromReality.

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One could only wish this were TruthInTelevision, but as teachers know all too well, names go through cycles and depending on the era, a single class might have five Jasons, Michaels, Elsas or Claras. Thus, this trope is generally considered an AcceptableBreakFromReality.
[[AcceptableBreaksFromReality Acceptable Break From Reality]].



* In Grimms' Fairy Tales, Snow White from ''Literature/{{Snow White|And The Seven Dwarfs}}'' (princess pursued by her evil step-mother, helped by seven dwarfs) is not to be confused with Snow White from ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed'' (helps a bear who turns out to be a prince, gets into trouble with an evil dwarf). Note that in the original German this problem does not exist as the former ("Sneewittchen") uses a Low German name, while the latter ("Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot") a High German one.
** [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in Bill Willingam's comic ''{{ComicBook/Fables}}'', where both Snow Whites were [[CompositeCharacter merged into a single character]].

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* In Grimms' Fairy Tales, Snow White from ''Literature/{{Snow White|And The Seven Dwarfs}}'' (princess pursued by her evil step-mother, helped by seven dwarfs) is not to be confused with Snow White from ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed'' (helps a bear who turns out to be a prince, gets into trouble with an evil dwarf). Note that in the original German this problem does not exist as the former ("Sneewittchen") uses a Low German name, while the latter ("Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot") a High German one.
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one. [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in Bill Willingam's comic ''{{ComicBook/Fables}}'', where both Snow Whites were [[CompositeCharacter merged into a single character]].



* In ''Literature/HortonHearsAWho'', Morton mentions that [[BigBad the Kangaroo]] has sent [[VillainousVultures Vlad]] after Horton. Horton inquires as to whether he means Vlad the Vulture, or Vlad the bunny who gives out cookies. (It's the vulture.)
** For that matter, Horton and Morton are a {{Subversion}} right there.

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* In ''Literature/HortonHearsAWho'', Morton mentions that [[BigBad the Kangaroo]] has sent [[VillainousVultures [[VillainousVulture Vlad]] after Horton. Horton inquires as to whether he means Vlad the Vulture, or Vlad the bunny who gives out cookies. (It's the vulture.)
** For that matter, Horton and Morton are a {{Subversion}} {{subver|tedTrope}}sion right there.



* ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}''

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* ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'':



* ''Film/TheKarateKid'' has JerkJock Johnny Lawrence and his EvilMentor, John Kreese. And yes, [[spoiler: the latter makes a last-minute cameo in ''Series/CobraKai'']]

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* ''Film/TheKarateKid'' has JerkJock Johnny Lawrence and his EvilMentor, John Kreese. And yes, [[spoiler: the latter makes a last-minute cameo in ''Series/CobraKai'']]''Series/CobraKai'']].



* The ''Film/JuOn'' franchise has two characters called Kyoko. The first one, who has psychic powers and thus can sense that something is very, very wrong with the house, appears in the first two movies, and the second one is (arguably) the protagonist of the fourth movie.

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* The ''Film/JuOn'' ''Film/{{Juon}}'' franchise has two characters called Kyoko. The first one, who has psychic powers and thus can sense that something is very, very wrong with the house, appears in the first two movies, and the second one is (arguably) the protagonist of the fourth movie.



* The film ''Film/{{Big Business|1988}}'' stars Creator/BetteMidler and Lily Tomlin as two mixed-sets of twins. The two characters played by Tomlin are both called Rose, those played by Midler Sadie.

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* The film ''Film/{{Big Business|1988}}'' stars Creator/BetteMidler and Lily Tomlin as two mixed-sets of twins. The two characters played by Tomlin are both called Rose, those played by Midler Sadie.



* When Kevin James [=LaBrie=] joined Music/DreamTheater, he dropped his first name and adopted James as his stage name, to avoid having two Kevins in the band (along with Kevin Moore). The band still had two Johns, however.
** And Mike Mangini has replaced Mike Portnoy as the drummer.

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* When Kevin James [=LaBrie=] joined Music/DreamTheater, he dropped his first name and adopted James as his stage name, to avoid having two Kevins in the band (along with Kevin Moore). The band still had two Johns, however.
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however. And Mike Mangini has replaced Mike Portnoy as the drummer.



* And Music/OurLadyPeace frontman Michael Maida became Raine Maida to avoid confusion with guitarist Mike Turner (and possibly just to be more memorable.)

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* And Music/OurLadyPeace frontman Michael Maida became Raine Maida to avoid confusion with guitarist Mike Turner (and possibly just to be more memorable.)



* A very old exception is the medieval legend of ''Literature/TristanAndIsolde'' contains two characters named Isolde, both of whom pursue a romance with Tristan. The two are typically referred to as "Isolde of Ireland" and "Isolde of Brittany" to minimize confusion.

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* A very old exception is the medieval legend of ''Literature/TristanAndIsolde'' ''Literature/{{Tristan and Is|eult}}olde'' contains two characters named Isolde, both of whom pursue a romance with Tristan. The two are typically referred to as "Isolde of Ireland" and "Isolde of Brittany" to minimize confusion.



* WCW had an infestation of men named Rick during the 90s. In 1997 alone their roster included at least 12 wrestlers using Rick or Ricky as their first name (Wrestling/RicFlair, Rick Fuller, Wrestling/RickMartel, Ricky Morton, Wrestling/RickRude, Rick Steiner, Ricky Santana, Rick Grange, Rick King, Ricky [=McDaniel=], Rick Thames, Rick Thorn [[note]] the last six were Power Plant [WCW's wrestling school] members or jobbers that only wrestled one match.[[/note]]). As an aside, Rick Steiner's real first name is Robert, which makes you wonder why he didn't use that name in WCW to avoid confusion with the more famous Ric Flair or Rick Rude. This list does not include Ricks that had already retired (i.e. Wrestling/RickySteamboat) or had yet to debut (i.e. Rick Cornell aka Reno of the Natural Born Thrillers) in 97.
** WCW always seemed to have a swarm of {{jobber}}s named Rick. Between 1991 and 1996 they had 24 men, not counting the big names, known as Rick[[note]] (Santana, Thames, Stockhauser, Garcia, Hayes, Hudson, Keller, Matrix, Teasley, Valentino, Tango, Fargo, Hardrock, Ryder, Bravo, Ford, Cannon, Nelson, Stockhauser, Jones, Cats, [=McCord=], Wilkins, Riddle, Kenan) [[/note]] and they had a combined record of 1-125 [[note]] The one win belongs to Thames. He beat [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wcw/wcw-h.html WCW World Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Vader}} by DQ in February 93[[/note]].

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* WCW had an infestation of men named Rick during the 90s. In 1997 alone their roster included at least 12 wrestlers using Rick or Ricky as their first name (Wrestling/RicFlair, Rick Fuller, Wrestling/RickMartel, Ricky Morton, Wrestling/RickRude, Rick Steiner, Ricky Santana, Rick Grange, Rick King, Ricky [=McDaniel=], Rick Thames, Rick Thorn [[note]] the last six were Power Plant [WCW's wrestling school] members or jobbers that only wrestled one match.[[/note]]). As an aside, Rick Steiner's real first name is Robert, which makes you wonder why he didn't use that name in WCW to avoid confusion with the more famous Ric Flair or Rick Rude. This list does not include Ricks that had already retired (i.e. Wrestling/RickySteamboat) or had yet to debut (i.e. Rick Cornell aka Reno of the Natural Born Thrillers) in 97.
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97. WCW always seemed to have a swarm of {{jobber}}s named Rick. Between 1991 and 1996 they had 24 men, not counting the big names, known as Rick[[note]] (Santana, Thames, Stockhauser, Garcia, Hayes, Hudson, Keller, Matrix, Teasley, Valentino, Tango, Fargo, Hardrock, Ryder, Bravo, Ford, Cannon, Nelson, Stockhauser, Jones, Cats, [=McCord=], Wilkins, Riddle, Kenan) [[/note]] and they had a combined record of 1-125 [[note]] The one win belongs to Thames. He beat [[http://www.wrestling-titles.com/wcw/wcw-h.html WCW World Heavyweight Champion]] Wrestling/{{Vader}} by DQ in February 93[[/note]].



* There have occasionally been wrestlers in WWE with the same first names though they are normally called by their last names by announcers. Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/ChrisBenoit, as well as the similar sounding Wrestling/{{Christian}}. WWE renamed Christopher Pavone "Caylen Croft" because his previous ring name of Chris Cage was too close to Wrestling/{{Christian}}'s previous name of Christian Cage. There was even a storyline started when Lilian Garcia goofed and announced Benoit as "Jericho" (something Wrestling/JimRoss would do often on commentary). There was also the time when Wrestling/MarkHenry and Mark Jindrak were on the roster at the same time. There was also Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield, Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis, Wrestling/JohnMorrison, and [[Wrestling/{{Fandango}} Johnny Curtis]].
** There are also [[Wrestling/TheBigShow Paul Wight]] and [[Wrestling/TripleH Paul Levesque]], [[DoNotCallMePaul but don't call them that]].

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* There have occasionally been wrestlers in WWE with the same first names though they are normally called by their last names by announcers. Wrestling/ChrisJericho and Wrestling/ChrisBenoit, as well as the similar sounding Wrestling/{{Christian}}. WWE renamed Christopher Pavone "Caylen Croft" because his previous ring name of Chris Cage was too close to Wrestling/{{Christian}}'s previous name of Christian Cage. There was even a storyline started when Lilian Garcia goofed and announced Benoit as "Jericho" (something Wrestling/JimRoss would do often on commentary). There was also the time when Wrestling/MarkHenry and Mark Jindrak were on the roster at the same time. There was also Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield, Wrestling/JohnLaurinaitis, Wrestling/JohnMorrison, and [[Wrestling/{{Fandango}} Johnny Curtis]].
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Curtis]]. There are also [[Wrestling/TheBigShow Paul Wight]] and [[Wrestling/TripleH Paul Levesque]], [[DoNotCallMePaul but don't call them that]].



* At one point in WWE there was a Wrestling/{{Jacqueline}}, generally called Jackie by everyone, and [[Characters/WWEDivas Miss Jackie Gayda]]. As Jacqueline went by the name "Miss Jackie Moore" in TNA there is often confusion whenever reporters recap old events and forget that Miss Jackie wasn't her name in WWE. According to Wrestling/{{Ivory}} ({{Word Of Saint Paul}}a?) they avoided this problem backstage by simply calling them Black Jackie and White Jackie.

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* At one point in WWE there was a Wrestling/{{Jacqueline}}, generally called Jackie by everyone, and [[Characters/WWEDivas Miss Jackie Gayda]]. As Jacqueline went by the name "Miss Jackie Moore" in TNA there is often confusion whenever reporters recap old events and forget that Miss Jackie wasn't her name in WWE. According to Wrestling/{{Ivory}} ({{Word Of of Saint Paul}}a?) they avoided this problem backstage by simply calling them Black Jackie and White Jackie.



* Wrestling/{{TNA}} has a preponderance of men named Robert currently. Wrestling/RobVanDam , Wrestling/BobbyRoode, Robbie E, and Rob Terry. TNA is also a subsidiary of Panda Energy, owned by Robert Carter. Technically, there was also Wrestling/BobbyLashley.
* Wrestling/AliciaFox used the names Victoria and Tori in Ohio Valley and WWE's version of FCW (her real name is Victoria, of which Tori is a nickname) so of course when she was called up they already had a Wrestling/{{Victoria}} and a Wrestling/TorrieWilson, whose real name was Victoria Anne Wilson (and the latter two at one point were both members of a heel trio called Vince's Devils). It'll give you a bit of a chuckle to hear she was put into a storyline with another Victoria--Wrestling/VickieGuerrero. WWE's previous [[Wrestling/TerriPoch Tori]] was known as Terri Power as an indy wrestler, but changed her name to avoid confusion with Terri Runnels. However she was in the company when Victoria entered in 2000 and Torrie Wilson in 2001 meaning they had 3 women with the same name.

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* Wrestling/{{TNA}} has a preponderance of men named Robert currently. Wrestling/RobVanDam , Robert. Wrestling/RobVanDam, Wrestling/BobbyRoode, Robbie E, and Rob Terry. TNA is also a subsidiary of Panda Energy, owned by Robert Carter. Technically, there was also Wrestling/BobbyLashley.
* Wrestling/AliciaFox used the names Victoria and Tori in Ohio Valley and WWE's version of FCW (her real name is Victoria, of which Tori is a nickname) so of course when she was called up they already had a Wrestling/{{Victoria}} and a Wrestling/TorrieWilson, whose real name was Victoria Anne Wilson (and the latter two at one point were both members of a heel trio called Vince's Devils). It'll give you a bit of a chuckle to hear she was put into a storyline with another Victoria--Wrestling/VickieGuerrero. WWE's previous [[Wrestling/TerriPoch Tori]] was known as Terri Power as an indy wrestler, but changed her name to avoid confusion with Terri Runnels.Wrestling/TerriRunnels. However she was in the company when Victoria entered in 2000 and Torrie Wilson in 2001 meaning they had 3 women with the same name.



* Wrestling/DragonGate

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* Averted with Wrestling/RingOfHonor, who had two Adams (3x champ Wrestling/AdamCole and midcarder Adam Page), and three Jays (Wrestling/JayLethal, Jay Briscoe, and Jay White).
** Played straight when both Adam Cole and Adam Page joined the Wrestling/BulletClub and Page changed his name to Hangman Page following a gimmick change where he [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin started stringing up opponents with a noose]]

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* Averted with Wrestling/RingOfHonor, who had two Adams (3x champ Wrestling/AdamCole and midcarder Adam Page), and three Jays (Wrestling/JayLethal, Jay Briscoe, and Jay White).
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White). Played straight when both Adam Cole and Adam Page joined the Wrestling/BulletClub and Page changed his name to Hangman Page following a gimmick change where he [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin started stringing up opponents with a noose]]



* Similarly, ''Theatre/TheCrucible'' is based on historical fact and so features a number of characters with the same name--in this case, ''also'' John: Proctor, Hale, and Hathorne. However, like in ''1776'', this never becomes an issue because most of the men are referred to by surname. The only man referred to as John is Proctor. Also in the play are Thomas Danforth and Thomas Putnam.
** However, in real life there were two Ann Putnams, a mother and daughter, the younger of which was the leader of the 'afflicted girls'. Ann Putnam the elder is in the play, but her daughter is only mentioned, and when she is she is called Ruth Putnam.

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* Similarly, ''Theatre/TheCrucible'' is based on historical fact and so features a number of characters with the same name--in this case, ''also'' John: Proctor, Hale, and Hathorne. However, like in ''1776'', this never becomes an issue because most of the men are referred to by surname. The only man referred to as John is Proctor. Also in the play are Thomas Danforth and Thomas Putnam.
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Putnam. However, in real life there were two Ann Putnams, a mother and daughter, the younger of which was the leader of the 'afflicted girls'. Ann Putnam the elder is in the play, but her daughter is only mentioned, and when she is she is called Ruth Putnam.



* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' does this in action film spoof ''Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque Too?'' The hard-boiled detective Dangeresque (played by Strong Bad) is assigned a partner also named Dangeresque (played by Homestar); the latter is usually called "Dangeresque Too".
** There's also Science Fiction Greg and D&D Greg from the Teen Girl Squad 'toons. The TGS spin-off "4 Gregs" introduced [[PlayfulHacker Open Source Greg]], [[OccidentalOtaku Japanese Culture Greg]], and minor character Regular Greg.

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' does this in ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
** In the
action film spoof ''Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque Too?'' The Too?'', hard-boiled detective Dangeresque (played by Strong Bad) is assigned a partner also named Dangeresque (played by Homestar); the latter is usually called "Dangeresque Too".
** There's also Science Fiction Greg and D&D Greg from the Teen Girl Squad ''WebAnimation/TeenGirlSquad'' 'toons. The TGS spin-off "4 Gregs" introduced [[PlayfulHacker Open Source Greg]], [[OccidentalOtaku Japanese Culture Greg]], and minor character Regular Greg.



** ''Justice League'' features John Stewart, the Green Lantern, and J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter. Flash sometimes refers to them as "The Two Johns." In addition, UsefulNotes/ClosedCaptioning for the episodes will sometimes get the names mixed up. Even so, "J'onn" is usually pronounced more like the French "Jean" while Stewart is often referred to as "Lantern" or "G.L.", to mitigate this. Red Tornado is also John Smith. (Though he rarely goes by this name even off duty.)

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** ''Justice League'' features John Stewart, the Green Lantern, and J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter. Flash sometimes refers to them as "The Two Johns." In addition, UsefulNotes/ClosedCaptioning for the episodes will sometimes get the names mixed up. Even so, "J'onn" is usually pronounced more like the French "Jean" while Stewart is often referred to as "Lantern" or "G.L.", to mitigate this. Red Tornado ComicBook/RedTornado is also John Smith. (Though he rarely goes by this name even off duty.)



** There are two characters named "Ace": The DCAnimatedUniverse's version of Ace the Bat-Hound, and the "Ace" member of the Royal Flush Gang (a mute android in ''Beyond''). The two rarely get confused.

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** There are two characters named "Ace": The DCAnimatedUniverse's Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse's version of Ace the Bat-Hound, and the "Ace" member of the Royal Flush Gang (a mute android in ''Beyond''). The two rarely get confused.



*** A young boy named "Lei" who Zuko bonds with in his DayInTheLimelight.

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*** A young boy named "Lei" who Zuko bonds with in his DayInTheLimelight.[[ADayInTheLimelight day in the limelight]].



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'':



** There are two rabbit girls with the names "Marina" and "Maria". The former is Prunella's friend and the later was a LivingProp for the first [[LongRunner 19 seasons]] of the show's run. Neither character have met each other. Muffy's full name is "Mary Alice", but she almost never goes by that name.

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** There are two rabbit girls with the names "Marina" and "Maria". The former is Prunella's friend and the later was a LivingProp for the first [[LongRunner [[LongRunners 19 seasons]] of the show's run. Neither character have met each other. Muffy's full name is "Mary Alice", but she almost never goes by that name.



** {{Invoked}} in the second episode: Jane tries to get into a party and tells the security guard her name is "Tiffany," figuring that there would be at least one. ([[FridgeLogic Because apparently "Jane" isn't a common enough name?]]) It turns out there were three, [[AsianAirhead one of whom]] winds up becoming an important character.

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** {{Invoked}} {{Invoked|Trope}} in the second episode: Jane tries to get into a party and tells the security guard her name is "Tiffany," figuring that there would be at least one. ([[FridgeLogic Because apparently "Jane" isn't a common enough name?]]) It turns out there were three, [[AsianAirhead one of whom]] winds up becoming an important character.



** Aqualad's friend back home is named Garth, while [[Characters/TeenTitans Beast Boy's]] real name is Garfield "Gar" Logan. And for a meta coincidence, his voice actor is named Logan Grove.

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** Aqualad's friend back home is named Garth, while [[Characters/TeenTitans [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansNewTeenTitans Beast Boy's]] real name is Garfield "Gar" Logan. And for a meta coincidence, his voice actor is named Logan Grove.
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* Averted in the "Humans Are Space Orcs" ''Website/{{Tumblr}}'' blog, due to the TokenHuman being designated "Human Steve." This led to "Steve" being a remarkably common name among sapient races, with the crewmember who is just named "Steve" being a cross between a spider and a starfish. Regular and Abnormal Steve are female and male yeti's, respectively. Extra-Regular Steve is the ship's cat, Tall Steve is an AI on a microchip (and is, somehow, TheCasanova), and Evil Steve is the captain (it detests this nickname, however).

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* Averted in the "Humans Are Space Orcs" ''Website/{{Tumblr}}'' blog, due to the TokenHuman being designated "Human Steve." This led to a joke that "Steve" being must be a remarkably common name among sapient races, with the crewmember who is just named "Steve" being a cross between a spider and a starfish. Regular and Abnormal Steve are female and male yeti's, respectively. Extra-Regular Steve is the ship's cat, Tall Steve is an AI on a microchip (and is, somehow, TheCasanova), and Evil Steve is the captain (it ([[BizarreAlienSexes it]] detests this nickname, however).
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