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2nd May '16 8:02:41 AM JackG
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese the appropriate NerdGlasses.

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese the appropriate NerdGlasses. Reese is understandably reluctant to wear them, but does.
14th Apr '16 2:17:05 AM annette12
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* [[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle Mr. Peabody]] is likely the smartest being in existence, being an OmnidisciplinaryScientist who built a TimeMachine. And he wears glasses.

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* [[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfRockyAndBullwinkle'': Mr. Peabody]] Peabody is likely the smartest being in existence, being an OmnidisciplinaryScientist who built a TimeMachine. And he wears glasses.


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* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': Both [[ChildProdigy Dexter]] and his equally brilliant rival Mandark wear glasses. Averted with Dexter's Dad who also wears glasses and is the typical clueless BumblingDad (though he may be a GeniusDitz).
13th Apr '16 4:10:18 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'': In the series' original incarnation, Billy (the Blue Ranger) was shown to be [[TheSmartGuy a straight A student]], and actually suffered a mild HeroicBSOD the ''one time'' he scored a "B" on a test.

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* ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'': In the series' original incarnation, Billy (the Blue Ranger) was shown to be [[TheSmartGuy a straight A student]], and actually suffered a mild HeroicBSOD the ''one time'' he scored a "B" on a test. However, he got rid of the glasses in ''Series/PowerRangersZeo''.
3rd Apr '16 11:29:58 PM JackG
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese some NerdGlasses which he refuses to wear.

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese some NerdGlasses which he refuses to wear.the appropriate NerdGlasses.
3rd Apr '16 11:27:22 PM JackG
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* {{Invoked| trope}} in the 2007 ''Film/{{St Trinians}}'', when the PR guru advises the posh totties to wear fake specs as part of their image to make themselves look smarter.



* {{Invoked| trope}} in the 2007 ''Film/{{St Trinians}}'', when the PR guru advises the posh totties to wear fake specs as part of their image to make themselves look smarter.
* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese some NerdGlasses which he refuses to wear.

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* {{Invoked| trope}} in the 2007 ''Film/{{St Trinians}}'', when the PR guru advises the posh totties to wear fake specs as part of their image to make themselves look smarter.
* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese some NerdGlasses which he refuses to wear.
3rd Apr '16 11:25:19 PM JackG
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Bury the Lede", Reese decides the best way to protect the VictimOfTheWeek is to take her on a date. Because her profile on the dating website says she likes the intellectual type, Finch gets Reese some NerdGlasses which he refuses to wear.
27th Mar '16 7:32:45 AM gallium
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* Noge, the hero of ''Film/NoRegretsForOurYouth'', is a studious and serious young man who joins the anti-war underground Japanese left after graduating from college. Naturally, he wears glasses. Significantly, they are knocked off his face when he's arrested by StateSec.
8th Feb '16 1:42:37 AM Pichu-kun
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* Eddie from ''Anime/YokaiWatch'' is the smartest and most tech savvy major character in the anime.



* Shy Violet from ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' wears glasses. She is the science savvy of the main characters in and uses large words often.

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* Shy Violet from ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' wears glasses. She is the most science savvy of the main characters in and uses large words often.
28th Jan '16 12:39:51 PM case
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!!'''Please do not list aversions, seeing as then it would be just a list of characters with glasses'''

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!!'''Please do not list aversions, seeing as then it would be just a [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs list of characters with glasses'''
glasses]]'''
28th Jan '16 12:38:41 PM case
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* Myopia actually does correlate with IQ. #4 of ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_20332_5-unrealistic-movie-cliches-that-are-scientifically-accurate.html 5 Unrealistic Movie Cliches That Are Scientifically Accurate]] points out a study finding that intelligence and education are somehow correlated with nearsightedness in real life. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myopia#Education_and_IQ Confirmed]] by TheOtherWiki as well. Contact lenses, laser vision, and fake glasses can still throw this trope off, however.

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* Myopia actually does correlate with IQ. #4 of ''Website/{{Cracked}}'''s [[http://www.cracked.com/article_20332_5-unrealistic-movie-cliches-that-are-scientifically-accurate.html 5 Unrealistic Movie Cliches That Are Scientifically Accurate]] points out a study finding that intelligence and education are somehow correlated with nearsightedness in real life. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myopia#Education_and_IQ Confirmed]] by TheOtherWiki as well. Contact lenses, laser vision, correction, and fake glasses can still throw this trope off, however.
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