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* ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'' implies that the title superheroes' costumes (worn during the night) are pajamas.
5th Mar '17 9:18:26 PM AthenaBlue
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* The kids in ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress''.



* Edmund from ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'', but only when he's a live-action human. He wears doll clothes after being turned into a cartoon cat by the evil owl.



* The kids in ''WesternAnimation/ThePolarExpress''.



* Edmund from ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'', but only when he's a live-action human. He wears doll clothes after being turned into a cartoon cat by the evil owl.



* Arthur Dent in ''Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' FilmOfTheBook.



* Arthur Dent in ''Film/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' FilmOfTheBook.



* As mentioned above, the Darling children in ''Literature/PeterPan''. Possibly the {{Trope Codifier}}s.

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* As mentioned above, In the Darling children in ''Literature/PeterPan''. Possibly ''Altraterra'' series by Yvonne Pioch, Anne spends the {{Trope Codifier}}s.first quarter of the book (the ride to Academy) only in her nightshirt as she had to flee with others in haste. Given that she has to ride in it for days without change or a chance to wash it, it created a huge discomfort to her, especially when she arrived to the academy. Imagine being led before the ruling body (which resides in academy) wearing nothing but a ragged, partially ripped, smelly nightshirt...



* Sarah from ''Literature/GreystoneValley'' is in tattered blue pajamas up until the very final act.



* Sarah from ''Literature/GreystoneValley'' is in tattered blue pajamas up until the very final act.
* The eponymous character of Jodi Lynn Anderson's ''May Bird'' series spends the entire 3rd book in pajamas and a bathing suit.
* Georgina in ''The Magic Light'' by Gabrielle Alioth. She is transferred onto a magic island from her bedroom, pajama-clad and barefoot. At some point she lampshades this by saying that if she knew she would go on an adventure, she would be dressed more appropriately.



* In the ''Altraterra'' series by Yvonne Pioch, Anne spends the first quarter of the book (the ride to Academy) only in her nightshirt as she had to flee with others in haste. Given that she has to ride in it for days without change or a chance to wash it, it created a huge discomfort to her, especially when she arrived to the academy. Imagine being led before the ruling body (which resides in academy) wearing nothing but a ragged, partially ripped, smelly nightshirt...



* Georgina in ''The Magic Light'' by Gabrielle Alioth. She is transferred onto a magic island from her bedroom, pajama-clad and barefoot. At some point she lampshades this by saying that if she knew she would go on an adventure, she would be dressed more appropriately.
* The eponymous character of Jodi Lynn Anderson's ''May Bird'' series spends the entire 3rd book in pajamas and a bathing suit.
* As mentioned above, the Darling children in ''Literature/PeterPan''. Possibly the {{Trope Codifier}}s.



* ''Series/BananasInPyjamas'': The bananas always wear their pyjamas, hence their name. As they themselves admit, this is entirely by choice, since they love wearing their pyjamas which they say are really comfortable. The only time they had to take them off was because they needed to wash the pyjamas and they wasted no time putting their pyjamas back on the first chance they got.



* ''Series/BananasInPyjamas'': The bananas always wear their pyjamas, hence their name. As they themselves admit, this is entirely by choice, since they love wearing their pyjamas which they say are really comfortable. The only time they had to take them off was because they needed to wash the pyjamas and they wasted no time putting their pyjamas back on the first chance they got.



* Hero in ''Webcomic/{{The Property Of Hate}}'' spends her adventure in her yellow pyjamas and wellies. She does intially have a coat [[spoiler: but then ends up discarding it after an incident involving doubts, causing her coat to be somewhat... gelatinous.]]

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* Hero in ''Webcomic/{{The Property Of of Hate}}'' spends her adventure in her yellow pyjamas and wellies. She does intially have a coat [[spoiler: but then ends up discarding it after an incident involving doubts, causing her coat to be somewhat... gelatinous.]]



* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** The Tenth Doctor spends a good deal of time running around in his jim-jams after regenerating, even [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome engaging in a swordfight]] before changing into his dayclothes. [[PopCulturedBadass He even references his Arthur Dent look]]. Given that Douglas Adams was a scriptwriter for ''Doctor Who'', this is either a ShoutOut, a MythologyGag or both.
** Also, Amy Pond in "The Beast Below". The fact that it's a while before she can change into normal clothes makes her wonder if the Doctor has another agenda, [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe not that she objects to that]].
** The Twelfth Doctor walks around in London wearing a Victorian nightshirt for a portion of "Deep Breath".
** Clara runs around in a nightie in "Last Christmas". [[spoiler:This is a sign that she's dreaming, but after she wakes up at the end, she doesn't hesitate to run off on another adventure with the Doctor without changing.]]
* Omar Little from ''Series/TheWire'' goes for a walk to get Cheerios in his turquoise pyjamas. Everyone who sees him flees.
* ''Series/WinginIt'': Carl Montclaire wears pajamas in "All Lizards Go to Heaven", Part 2.


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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** [[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion "The Christmas Invasion"]]: The Tenth Doctor spends a good deal of time running around in his jim-jams after regenerating, even [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome engaging in a swordfight]] before changing into his dayclothes. [[PopCulturedBadass He even references his Arthur Dent look]]. Given that Douglas Adams was a scriptwriter for ''Doctor Who'', this is either a ShoutOut, a MythologyGag or both.
** Also, Amy Pond in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow "The Beast Below"]]. The fact that it's a while before she can change into normal clothes makes her wonder if the Doctor has another agenda, [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe not that she objects to that]].
** The Twelfth Doctor walks around in London wearing a Victorian nightshirt for a portion of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E1DeepBreath "Deep Breath"]].
** Clara runs around in a nightie in [[Recap/DoctorWho2014CSLastChristmas "Last Christmas"]]. [[spoiler:This is a sign that she's dreaming, but after she wakes up at the end, she doesn't hesitate to run off on another adventure with the Doctor without changing.]]
* Omar Little from ''Series/TheWire'' goes for a walk to get Cheerios in his turquoise pyjamas. Everyone who sees him flees.
* ''Series/WinginIt'': Carl Montclaire wears pajamas in "All Lizards Go to Heaven", Part 2.


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9th Dec '16 11:48:35 PM MMII
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* ''Series/BananasInPyjamas''

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* ''Series/BananasInPyjamas''''Series/BananasInPyjamas'': The bananas always wear their pyjamas, hence their name. As they themselves admit, this is entirely by choice, since they love wearing their pyjamas which they say are really comfortable. The only time they had to take them off was because they needed to wash the pyjamas and they wasted no time putting their pyjamas back on the first chance they got.
9th Dec '16 10:16:31 AM MMII
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* In the ''Mabel Jones'' series, the heroine, Mabel, never takes off her pyjamas while in the Noo World, despite wearing her pyjamas for weeks without changing them. This is taken to ridiculous levels during the only time she DID take them off- dressing a skeleton in her pyjamas as a distraction- only to immediately change back into her pyjamas when the danger is over despite them just being on a, well, skeleton. She must really like wearing her pyjamas.

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* In the ''Mabel Jones'' series, the heroine, Mabel, never takes off her pyjamas while in the Noo World, despite wearing her the pyjamas for weeks without changing them. This is taken to ridiculous levels during the only time she DID take them off- off - dressing a skeleton in her pyjamas as a distraction- only to immediately change back into her pyjamas when the danger is was over despite them just being on a, well, skeleton. She must really like wearing her pyjamas.
9th Dec '16 10:10:31 AM MMII
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* In the ''Mabel Jones'' series, the heroine, Mabel, never takes off her pyjamas while in the Noo World, despite wearing her pyjamas for weeks without changing them. This is taken to ridiculous levels during the only time she DID take them off- dressing a skeleton in her pyjamas as a distraction- only to immediately change back into her pyjamas when the danger is over despite them just being on a, well, skeleton. She must really like wearing her pyjamas.
25th Nov '16 12:23:29 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[{{Badass}} Omar Little]] from ''Series/TheWire'' goes for a walk to get Cheerios in his turquoise pyjamas. Everyone who sees him flees.

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* [[{{Badass}} Omar Little]] Little from ''Series/TheWire'' goes for a walk to get Cheerios in his turquoise pyjamas. Everyone who sees him flees.
30th Oct '16 1:04:22 AM TitoMosquito
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* The titular character in BBC computer-animated movie ''The Tale of Jack Frost'' based on the children's book of the same name. He wears only his pajama pants, and is shirtless and barefoot in the snow.

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* The titular character in the BBC computer-animated movie ''The Tale of Jack Frost'' based on the children's book of the same name. He wears only his pajama pants, and is shirtless and barefoot in the snow.
30th Oct '16 12:56:26 AM TitoMosquito
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* The titular character in BBC computer-animated movie ''The Tale of Jack Frost'' based on the children's book of the same name. He wears only his pajama pants, and is shirtless and barefoot in the snow.
17th Aug '16 11:21:05 PM PaulA
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* [[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Miles Vorkosigan's]] senior bodyguard in later volumes apparently prefers to sleep in his boxer shorts, which causes him some embarrassment when there's a security incident in the middle of the night. [[FemaleGaze The ladies of the household are rather pleased though.]]

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* [[Literature/VorkosiganSaga In ''Literature/ACivilCampaign'', Miles Vorkosigan's]] Vorkosigan's senior bodyguard in later volumes apparently prefers to sleep in his boxer shorts, which causes him some embarrassment when there's a security incident in the middle of the night. [[FemaleGaze The ladies of the household are rather pleased though.]]
13th Aug '16 5:47:11 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Discworld}}[=/=]Series/TheBigBangTheory'' crossover ''Fanfic/TheManyWorldsInterpretation'', Discworld Assassin Johanna Smith-Rhodes, responding quickly to an emergency need to guard Sheldon Cooper against a peril they have brought from the Disc with them, reasons that good weapons are more vital in a fight than getting dressed. Thus she pulls her weapons-belt on over very minimal nightwear. This provokes a certain jealousy from Howard and Raj the next morning, who bemoan the fact that hot chicks always get naked in front of a man it's ''wasted'' on.

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* In ''{{Discworld}}[=/=]Series/TheBigBangTheory'' ''Literature/{{Discworld}}[=/=]Series/TheBigBangTheory'' crossover ''Fanfic/TheManyWorldsInterpretation'', Discworld Assassin Johanna Smith-Rhodes, responding quickly to an emergency need to guard Sheldon Cooper against a peril they have brought from the Disc with them, reasons that good weapons are more vital in a fight than getting dressed. Thus she pulls her weapons-belt on over very minimal nightwear. This provokes a certain jealousy from Howard and Raj the next morning, who bemoan the fact that hot chicks always get naked in front of a man it's ''wasted'' on.



* Sam Vimes of ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' has been in this position a couple of times. In ''Discworld/GuardsGuards'' he sticks his feet in Lady Sybil's bunny slippers to deal with an armed mob, and his dignity is only just saved by a dragon's timely belch. In ''Discworld/{{Thud}}'', he's woken from a deep sleep to attend a police emergency. At some point, someone (presumably Sybil) had put a ducky blanket from his son's nursery around his shoulders... he {{Death Glare}}s the officers in the parlor, daring them to say one word about it.
* James Herriot from the All Creatures Great and Small books was a country vet. This meant that he (as well as Seigfried and Tristan) spent a few stories in his PJs being called out for a late night calving. This once caused poor James to try and purchase some coffee on the way home only to realize his wallet and his pants were not with him...

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* Sam Vimes of ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' has been in this position a couple of times.
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In ''Discworld/GuardsGuards'' he sticks his feet in Lady Sybil's bunny slippers to deal with an armed mob, and his dignity is only just saved by a dragon's timely belch. belch.
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In ''Discworld/{{Thud}}'', he's woken from a deep sleep to attend a police emergency. At some point, someone (presumably Sybil) had put a ducky blanket from his son's nursery around his shoulders... he {{Death Glare}}s the officers in the parlor, daring them to say one word about it.
* James Herriot from the All Creatures Great and Small ''Literature/AllCreaturesGreatAndSmall'' books was a country vet. This meant that he (as well as Seigfried and Tristan) spent a few stories in his PJs [=PJs=] being called out for a late night calving. This once caused poor James to try and purchase some coffee on the way home only to realize his wallet and his pants were not with him...
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