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21st Jul '17 2:42:59 PM LadyEvil
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* In ''Theater/{{Hamilton}}'' Little Philip tells his father in a poem he wrote "I have a little sister but I want a little brother." The real life Philip Hamilton would have 5 younger brothers, one named after him [[spoiler]]after he died in a duel.[[/spoiler]]

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* In ''Theater/{{Hamilton}}'' Little Philip tells his father in a poem he wrote "I have a little sister but I want a little brother." The real life Philip Hamilton would have 5 younger brothers, one named after him [[spoiler]]after [[spoiler: after he died in a duel.[[/spoiler]]
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21st Jul '17 2:42:00 PM LadyEvil
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* In ''Theater/{{Hamilton}}'' Little Philip tells his father in a poem he wrote "I have a little sister but I want a little brother." The real life Philip Hamilton would have 5 younger brothers, one named after him [[spoiler]]after he died in a duel.[[/spoiler]]
3rd Jul '17 1:28:41 PM BulletproofLlama
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/Arthur'' sees Sue Ellen expressing a desire for a sibling after she realizes she's the only one out of her friends who's an only child. She tries pretending her friends are siblings, but gives up after an attempt to babysit DW goes [[BadlyBatteredBabysitter horribly wrong]]. Her parents later cheer her up by signing up to sponsor a Tibetan boy, whom Sue Ellen can view as a little brother.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/Arthur'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' sees Sue Ellen expressing a desire for a sibling after she realizes she's the only one out of her friends who's an only child. She tries pretending her friends are siblings, but gives up after an attempt to babysit DW goes [[BadlyBatteredBabysitter horribly wrong]]. Her parents later cheer her up by signing up to sponsor a Tibetan boy, whom Sue Ellen can view as a little brother.
2nd Jul '17 12:32:06 PM BulletproofLlama
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/Arthur'' sees Sue Ellen expressing a desire for a sibling after she realizes she's the only one out of her friends who's an only child. She tries pretending her friends are siblings, but gives up after an attempt to babysit DW goes [[BadlyBatteredBabysitter horribly wrong]]. Her parents later cheer her up by signing up to sponsor a Tibetan boy, whom Sue Ellen can view as a little brother.
30th Apr '17 2:23:55 PM nombretomado
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* Many of the "rival children" in ''HarvestMoon: Animal Parade'' express a desire for younger siblings, but the two who fit the trope most closely are Lucy and Dakota. Lucy asked her parents, and they agreed, but never have any luck having a second because StatusQuoIsGod. Dakota, meanwhile, went ''[[PluckyGirl all the way to the]] [[{{God}} Harvest King]]'' to ask for a little sister, but he told her there was nothing he could do unless [[NoAccountingForTaste her parents started getting along first]].

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* Many of the "rival children" in ''HarvestMoon: Animal Parade'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade'' express a desire for younger siblings, but the two who fit the trope most closely are Lucy and Dakota. Lucy asked her parents, and they agreed, but never have any luck having a second because StatusQuoIsGod. Dakota, meanwhile, went ''[[PluckyGirl all the way to the]] [[{{God}} Harvest King]]'' to ask for a little sister, but he told her there was nothing he could do unless [[NoAccountingForTaste her parents started getting along first]].
13th Jan '17 9:53:51 PM Doug86
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* At the end of the remake of ''MiracleOn34thStreet'', Susan remarks to her mother that her Christmas wishes were a house (instead of their trendy apartment), a dad, and a baby brother. [[spoiler:Since her mother marries her longtime boyfriend on Christmas Eve, and Christmas morning finds them moving into Susan's dream home, it's heavily implied that the mother is pregnant.]]

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* At the end of the remake of ''MiracleOn34thStreet'', ''Film/MiracleOnThirtyFourthStreet'', Susan remarks to her mother that her Christmas wishes were a house (instead of their trendy apartment), a dad, and a baby brother. [[spoiler:Since her mother marries her longtime boyfriend on Christmas Eve, and Christmas morning finds them moving into Susan's dream home, it's heavily implied that the mother is pregnant.]]
21st Nov '16 1:09:16 PM Gamermaster
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* In ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaTheMovieFirst'', it is revealed that Alicia Testarossa always wanted a little sister (which is exactly what Fate is to her), as Presea remembers [[spoiler:only while plummeting to her death]].

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* In ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaTheMovieFirst'', it is revealed that Alicia Testarossa always wanted a little sister (which is exactly what Fate is to her), as Presea remembers [[spoiler:only [[spoiler:[[RememberedTooLate while plummeting to her death]].death]]]].
3rd Nov '16 8:48:01 PM nombretomado
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* HomeAlone has a scene where Kevin is watching [[TheLateShow Johnny Carson]] read kid's letters to Santa. One reads "Dear Santa, last year I asked for a baby brother and I got one. This year, I just want Play-Do."

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* HomeAlone ''Film/HomeAlone'' has a scene where Kevin is watching [[TheLateShow Johnny Carson]] read kid's letters to Santa. One reads "Dear Santa, last year I asked for a baby brother and I got one. This year, I just want Play-Do."
4th Sep '16 11:21:41 AM nombretomado
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* On AmericasFunniestHomeVideos, one clip of a couple telling their 7-year-old son that he soon would have a little brother, the kid exclaimed "Way to go, '''dad'''!" and gave his dad a high-five.

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* On AmericasFunniestHomeVideos, ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'', one clip of a couple telling their 7-year-old son that he soon would have a little brother, the kid exclaimed "Way to go, '''dad'''!" and gave his dad a high-five.
21st Aug '16 11:10:02 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Drowtales}}'', it's considered good luck to have twins or a similar - age sibling. As a result, the Sharen clan has the practice of a "protector twin" (adopting - or buying - a child, usually from a servant family) to give their own children a chance to have a same - age sibling. Unfortunately, this often results in sibling rivalry, ending with the death of the protector twin at the hands of the former child, or (less often) vice versa.
* In ''SomethingPositive,'' [[BrattyHalfPint Rory]] decides he wants a little sister; his mom doesn't seem interested, but when his ParentalSubstitute [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Davan]] gets engaged he immediately starts suggests he get his fiancée, [[TokenWholesome Vanessa]], pregnant. Vanessa, who doesn't want kids, agrees as long as Rory is present at all her births--[[ScareEmStraight then shows him a video]] of what [[{{Squick}} the birthing process looks like]].

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* In ''{{Drowtales}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'', it's considered good luck to have twins or a similar - age sibling. As a result, the Sharen clan has the practice of a "protector twin" (adopting - or buying - a child, usually from a servant family) to give their own children a chance to have a same - age sibling. Unfortunately, this often results in sibling rivalry, ending with the death of the protector twin at the hands of the former child, or (less often) vice versa.
* In ''SomethingPositive,'' ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive,'' [[BrattyHalfPint Rory]] decides he wants a little sister; his mom doesn't seem interested, but when his ParentalSubstitute [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Davan]] gets engaged he immediately starts suggests he get his fiancée, [[TokenWholesome Vanessa]], pregnant. Vanessa, who doesn't want kids, agrees as long as Rory is present at all her births--[[ScareEmStraight then shows him a video]] of what [[{{Squick}} the birthing process looks like]].
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