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20th Jan '17 1:34:48 PM allboyband
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* In ''Series/{{Parenthood}}'', Crosby takes his newly discovered son Jabbar out and arranges playdates with kids who have single mothers for this reason.
26th Oct '16 2:52:02 PM TheCuza
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* On ''Series/CornerGas, Wanda asks Brent to babysit her EnfanteTerrible son Tanner, which he flatly refuses. Later, Lacey mentions she finds men who like kids attractive, at which point Brent''offers'' to babysit Tanner. He asks Lacey to join him, but she tells him "No way, I hate kids".

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* On ''Series/CornerGas, ''Series/CornerGas'', Wanda asks Brent to babysit her EnfanteTerrible son Tanner, which he flatly refuses. Later, Lacey mentions she finds men who like kids attractive, at which point Brent''offers'' to babysit Tanner. He asks Lacey to join him, but she tells him "No way, I hate kids".
26th Oct '16 2:51:46 PM TheCuza
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* On ''Series/CornerGas, Wanda asks Brent to babysit her EnfanteTerrible son Tanner, which he flatly refuses. Later, Lacey mentions she finds men who like kids attractive, at which point Brent''offers'' to babysit Tanner. He asks Lacey to join him, but she tells him "No way, I hate kids".
16th Jun '16 4:06:55 PM nombretomado
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* Inverted in ''TenchiMuyo'': Washu got seriously upgraded in the Harem pecking-order when Tenchi was asked to take care of his nephew for a while. While the kid manages to drive all the other girls to the point of exhaustion, Washu handles him like a virtuoso, and thus manages to impress on both the audience and Tenchi that she'd make a good mother for his child. Then she transforms into a grown woman and suggests it outright.

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* Inverted in ''TenchiMuyo'': ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'': Washu got seriously upgraded in the Harem pecking-order when Tenchi was asked to take care of his nephew for a while. While the kid manages to drive all the other girls to the point of exhaustion, Washu handles him like a virtuoso, and thus manages to impress on both the audience and Tenchi that she'd make a good mother for his child. Then she transforms into a grown woman and suggests it outright.
20th Feb '16 8:19:43 PM toongrrl1990
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* TheParkers: Kim is looking after her boyfriend's baby and her friend T takes the baby with her to "get Uncle T some honeys".

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* TheParkers: Kim is looking after her boyfriend's baby and her friend T takes the baby with her to "get Uncle T some honeys".
honeys". T ends up getting a number from a young woman of twin boys, to his detriment.
20th Feb '16 8:16:16 PM toongrrl1990
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* TheParkers: Kim is looking after her boyfriend's baby and her friend T takes the baby with her to "get Uncle T some honeys".
24th Nov '15 2:04:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* A whole musical montage in ''ThreeMenAndABaby'' is dedicated to this.
* [[Creator/AdamSandler Sonny Koufax]] tries this in ''BigDaddy'' to impress his ex-girlfriend.

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* A whole musical montage in ''ThreeMenAndABaby'' ''Film/ThreeMenAndABaby'' is dedicated to this.
* [[Creator/AdamSandler Sonny Koufax]] tries this in ''BigDaddy'' ''Film/BigDaddy'' to impress his ex-girlfriend.



* In [[TheFilmOfTheBook the film of]] ''MarleyAndMe'', John is on a walk with his friend Sebastian. When Sebastian sees an attractive girl at an ice cream stand, he takes the stroller with baby Patrick away from John and walks toward her, with John good-naturedly protesting, "Come on, that's my son!"

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* In [[TheFilmOfTheBook the film of]] ''MarleyAndMe'', ''Film/MarleyAndMe'', John is on a walk with his friend Sebastian. When Sebastian sees an attractive girl at an ice cream stand, he takes the stroller with baby Patrick away from John and walks toward her, with John good-naturedly protesting, "Come on, that's my son!"
5th Nov '15 5:26:00 PM nombretomado
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* A rather weird example from ''RanmaOneHalf'' has a girl-Ranma that had been [[FountainOfYouth turned into a little kid]] suddenly being picked up and taken to an amusement park by Kuno, who, thinking that the toddler Ranma was the ''real'' Pigtailed Girl's baby sister, picked her up so he could look after her until her "older sister" (whom he is [[MadLove obsessively attracted]] to) arrived and thus have a reason to get close to her.

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* A rather weird example from ''RanmaOneHalf'' ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' has a girl-Ranma that had been [[FountainOfYouth turned into a little kid]] suddenly being picked up and taken to an amusement park by Kuno, who, thinking that the toddler Ranma was the ''real'' Pigtailed Girl's baby sister, picked her up so he could look after her until her "older sister" (whom he is [[MadLove obsessively attracted]] to) arrived and thus have a reason to get close to her.
28th May '15 4:54:00 PM nombretomado
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* ''SeventhHeaven'': Matt and Simon take the twins to the promenade, thinking they'll attract family-oriented girls with good values. Unfortunately, the only girl who talks to them chastises them for having the babies out so late in the cold.

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* ''SeventhHeaven'': ''Series/SeventhHeaven'': Matt and Simon take the twins to the promenade, thinking they'll attract family-oriented girls with good values. Unfortunately, the only girl who talks to them chastises them for having the babies out so late in the cold.



* Eric from ''BoyMeetsWorld'' combined this with additional lies about being in law school and the Secret Service with reckless abandon.
* When Mark has to watch Nora unexpectedly in an episode of ''InPlainSight'', he takes her to a "steak house" and women at the bar start making eyes at them. Though she is his kid, it's still a blatant use of this trope.

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* Eric from ''BoyMeetsWorld'' ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' combined this with additional lies about being in law school and the Secret Service with reckless abandon.
* When Mark has to watch Nora unexpectedly in an episode of ''InPlainSight'', ''Series/InPlainSight'', he takes her to a "steak house" and women at the bar start making eyes at them. Though she is his kid, it's still a blatant use of this trope.
24th May '15 6:31:47 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''HowIMetYourMother'', Barney and Ted decide to become parents together. Then Barney mysteriously produces a baby ([[spoiler:he was just babysitting his niece]]). It takes about ten seconds after walking outside for some two dozen women to swarm around them.

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* In one episode of ''HowIMetYourMother'', ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', Barney and Ted decide to become parents together. Then Barney mysteriously produces a baby ([[spoiler:he was just babysitting his niece]]). It takes about ten seconds after walking outside for some two dozen women to swarm around them.
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