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27th May '17 10:50:42 AM nombretomado
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* The main characters of ''ScoobyDoo'' were [[YouMeddlingKids treated this way]], despite the fact they clearly weren't little kids[[note]]they were all teenagers[[/note]]. Hanna-Barbera made up for this with actual kids in most of their subsequent Scooby-clones (See: ''Clue Club'', ''TheAmazingChanAndTheChanClan'', and the 80's cartoon called ''A Pup Named ScoobyDoo'' that followed the same characters when they were children.)

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* The main characters of ''ScoobyDoo'' were [[YouMeddlingKids treated this way]], despite the fact they clearly weren't little kids[[note]]they were all teenagers[[/note]]. Hanna-Barbera made up for this with actual kids in most of their subsequent Scooby-clones (See: ''Clue Club'', ''TheAmazingChanAndTheChanClan'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingChanAndTheChanClan'', and the 80's cartoon called ''A Pup Named ScoobyDoo'' that followed the same characters when they were children.)
27th Nov '16 1:53:39 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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** The 1994 PG-rated version had Beth (''Creator/ClaireDanes'') and Amy (''Creator/KirstenDunst'' and ''Creator/SamanthaMathis'') snooPINGAS Usual when they get caught.

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** The 1994 PG-rated version had Beth (''Creator/ClaireDanes'') and Amy (''Creator/KirstenDunst'' and ''Creator/SamanthaMathis'') snooPINGAS Usual (''Creator/KirstenDunst'') snooping as usual (or in that case, PINGAS, as explained by Dr. Robotnik) when they get caught.
27th Nov '16 1:51:09 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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** The 1994 PG-rated version had Beth (''Creator/ClaireDanes'') and Amy (''Creator/KirstenDunst'' and ''Creator/SamanthaMathis'') snooPINGAS Usual when they get caught.
28th Jul '16 4:28:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* A curious example: There used to be a long series of Disney Comics rooted in their ''Little Hiawatha'' shorts, who were basically family sitcom adventures about a little Native American boy. Whenever there were enemy tribes, dishonest white traders or greedy settlers wanting to steal stuff off tribal lands about, Hiawatha (who is eight, tops) and his little sister Sunflower would be the only ones who would notice. Appearently AdultsAreUseless regardless of your ethnicity.
* Sometimes they show up in ''ComicBook/{{Diabolik}}''. Being very cunning, the titular VillainProtagonist is ''terrified'' by them. And with reasons, given that random kids nearly got him arrested on multiple occasions and got him to crash his car once.

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* A curious example: There used to be a long series of Disney Comics rooted in their ''Little Hiawatha'' shorts, who were basically family sitcom adventures about a little Native American boy. Whenever there were enemy tribes, dishonest white traders or greedy settlers wanting to steal stuff off tribal lands about, Hiawatha (who is eight, tops) and his little sister Sunflower would be the only ones who would notice. Appearently AdultsAreUseless regardless of your ethnicity.
* Sometimes they show up in ''ComicBook/{{Diabolik}}''. Being very cunning, the titular VillainProtagonist is ''terrified'' by them. And with reasons, given that random kids nearly got him arrested on multiple occasions and got him to crash his car once.

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28th Jul '16 4:27:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'', Fievel was being a SnoopingLittleKid when he snuck into the secret hideout of the cats and found out Warren T. Rat [[spoiler: was really a cat in disguise.]] He ends up captured and locked in a bird cage.
* ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTailFievelGoesWest'': The same thing happens in the sequel, when he overhears Cat R. Waul's evil plan to lure the New York mice out west so he can eat them. When discovered, they boot him off the train.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'', Fievel was being a SnoopingLittleKid when he snuck into the secret hideout of the cats and found out Warren T. Rat [[spoiler: was really a cat in disguise.]] He ends up captured and locked in a bird cage.
** The same thing happens in the sequel, when he overhears Cat R. Waul's evil plan to lure the New York mice out west so he can eat them. When discovered, they boot him off the train.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'', Fievel was being a SnoopingLittleKid when he snuck into the secret hideout of the cats and found out Warren T. Rat [[spoiler: was really a cat in disguise.]] He ends up captured and locked in a bird cage.
** The same thing happens in the sequel, when he overhears Cat R. Waul's evil plan to lure the New York mice out west so he can eat them. When discovered, they boot him off the train.
28th Jul '16 4:26:12 AM Morgenthaler
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28th Jul '16 4:21:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sometimes they show up in ''ComicBook/{{Diabolik}}''. Being DangerouslyGenreSavvy, the titular VillainProtagonist is ''terrified'' by them. And with reasons, given that random kids nearly got him arrested on multiple occasions and got him to crash his car once.

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* Sometimes they show up in ''ComicBook/{{Diabolik}}''. Being DangerouslyGenreSavvy, very cunning, the titular VillainProtagonist is ''terrified'' by them. And with reasons, given that random kids nearly got him arrested on multiple occasions and got him to crash his car once.
22nd Apr '16 1:23:51 AM aye_amber
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* Being adapted from the book, ''HarrietTheSpy''.
* ''ThePresidentsAnalyst'', stressed out and paranoid, flees his job, slipping out of Washington with a tourist couple he ingratiates himself with, posing as a Presidential staff member interviewing 'typical American families'. At their home he telephones his own analyst, still on edge, and their son listens in with his 'junior spy kit' wiretap. In the next scene Federal agents are at the door, implying the kid ratted him out.

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* Being adapted from the book, ''HarrietTheSpy''.
''Literature/HarrietTheSpy.''
* ''ThePresidentsAnalyst'', ''Film/ThePresidentsAnalyst,'' stressed out and paranoid, flees his job, slipping out of Washington with a tourist couple he ingratiates himself with, posing as a Presidential staff member interviewing 'typical American families'. At their home he telephones his own analyst, still on edge, and their son listens in with his 'junior spy kit' wiretap. In the next scene Federal agents are at the door, implying the kid ratted him out.
1st Mar '16 8:31:12 AM johnsmithxxi
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* Penny from ''InspectorGadget'' is a perfect example of this trope. She is always sneaking around the enemy's latest hideout, trying to discover their plans and stop them. She would sometimes narrowly escape capture or detection, and other times would get caught, at which point her captor would utter the quote at the top of the page.

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* Several episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' see Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby fulfilling this trope. Notable examples include "Sir Gyro de Gearloose", "Hotel Strangeduck", "Duckman of Aquatraz", "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mcduck" and "The Billionaire Beagle Boys Club".
* Penny from ''InspectorGadget'' ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' is a perfect example of this trope. She is always sneaking around the enemy's latest hideout, trying to discover their plans and stop them. She would sometimes narrowly escape capture or detection, and other times would get caught, at which point her captor would utter the quote at the top of the page.
15th Jan '16 3:24:37 PM VinceM
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* ''ThePresidentsAnalyst'', stressed out and paranoid, flees his job, slipping out of Washington with a tourist couple he ingratiates himself with, posing as a Presidential staff member interviewing 'typical American families'. At their home he telephones his own analyst, still on edge, and their son listens in with his 'junior spy kit' wiretap. In the next scene Federal agents are at the door, implying the kid ratted him out.
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