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19th Sep '16 1:19:33 AM eroock
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See also: WaifProphet, WarriorPoet, HeWhoMustNotBeSeen, DeadPersonConversation, FloatingAdviceReminder, MultitaskedConversation, ISeeThemToo, NonHumanSidekick, NotSoImaginaryFriend, CloserToEarth, NobleSavage, and MagicalGuide.

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See also: WaifProphet, WarriorPoet, HeWhoMustNotBeSeen, DeadPersonConversation, FloatingAdviceReminder, MultitaskedConversation, HelpfulHallucination, ISeeThemToo, NonHumanSidekick, NotSoImaginaryFriend, CloserToEarth, NobleSavage, and MagicalGuide.
18th Sep '16 12:22:01 PM eroock
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See also: WaifProphet, WarriorPoet, HeWhoMustNotBeSeen, DeadPersonConversation, MultitaskedConversation, ISeeThemToo, NonHumanSidekick, NotSoImaginaryFriend, CloserToEarth, NobleSavage, and MagicalGuide.

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See also: WaifProphet, WarriorPoet, HeWhoMustNotBeSeen, DeadPersonConversation, FloatingAdviceReminder, MultitaskedConversation, ISeeThemToo, NonHumanSidekick, NotSoImaginaryFriend, CloserToEarth, NobleSavage, and MagicalGuide.
1st Sep '16 4:16:33 PM AgProv
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** RonaldReagan's reliance on astrology might be considered to be in the same ball-park. But this is no weirder, taken objectively, than those Presidents and heads of government - including by all accounts Tony Blair - who prayed to God in the sincere belief ''their'' spirit advisor would steer their actions concerning running a country.
1st Sep '16 4:13:06 PM AgProv
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* In ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', the deceased Professor Proton has become this to Sheldon Cooper, turning up (unwillingly) in his dreams to dispense advice whenever Sheldon is having a crisis. Arthur is usually bemused to be dressed like Obi-Won-Kenabe but is fascinated by the mandatory lightsabre.
16th Aug '16 9:57:11 AM rafi
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* Al in ''Series/QuantumLeap''.

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* Al in ''Series/QuantumLeap''.''Series/QuantumLeap'' in some sense even if he is alive and appear like an hologram from the present time.
26th Jul '16 1:51:41 PM Willbyr
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%%* Lion-san in ''TwinSpica''.

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%%* Lion-san in ''TwinSpica''.''Manga/FutatsuNoSpica''.
24th Jul '16 3:05:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{SCTV}}'' did a parody of "Play it Again, Sam" built around WoodyAllen's admiration of BobHope, hoping to do a film project with him. Like Bogart in the original, he's coached by the spirit of BingCrosby on how to connect with Hope.

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* ''{{SCTV}}'' ''Series/{{SCTV}}'' did a parody of "Play it Again, Sam" built around WoodyAllen's Creator/WoodyAllen's admiration of BobHope, Creator/BobHope, hoping to do a film project with him. Like Bogart in the original, he's coached by the spirit of BingCrosby Music/BingCrosby on how to connect with Hope.
18th Jul '16 8:21:28 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* Right at the beginning of ''VideoGame/INinja'', Sensei becomes a Spirit Adviser for Ninja... after the latter blindly chops his head off in a Rage Stone-infused fit.
9th Jul '16 9:36:23 PM HeraldAlberich
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** Playing off the hint in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', Yoda is depicted conferring with Qui-Gon's spirit in several Clone Wars–era novels. In ''Literature/DarkRendezvous'', Qui-Gon provides a crucial insight into his old master Dooku's intentions, and in the ''Literature/RevengeOfTheSith'' novelization, Yoda actually accepts a position as Qui-Gon's ''apprentice'', to learn how to pass into the Force himself. It is implied that Qui-Gon, having been a less conventional Jedi in life, will also teach Yoda how to train Luke to defeat the Emperor, which Yoda himself could not accomplish. At the beginning of Obi-Wan's exile in ''Literature/StarWarsKenobi'', Qui-Gon has yet to appear to him without Yoda present, but Obi-Wan addresses him in nightly meditations, which serve as CaptainsLog entries for the reader. In the last chapter of ''Literature/DarkLordTheRiseOfDarthVader'', Obi-Wan discovers that Vader is still alive, and Qui-Gon finally speaks to him to reassure him that Luke is safe--Vader will never return to Tatooine, the planet that caused him so much pain. Qui-Gon also tells Obi-Wan not to tell Luke about his parentage "until the time is right," leading to Obi-Wan's famous MetaphoricallyTrue speech when ''he'' is a Spirit Advisor.

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** Playing off the hint in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', Yoda is depicted conferring with Qui-Gon's spirit in several Clone Wars–era novels. In ''Literature/DarkRendezvous'', Qui-Gon provides a crucial insight into his old master Dooku's intentions, and in the ''Literature/RevengeOfTheSith'' novelization, Yoda actually accepts a position as Qui-Gon's ''apprentice'', to learn how to pass into the Force himself. It is implied that Qui-Gon, having been a less conventional Jedi in life, will also teach Yoda how to train Luke to defeat the Emperor, which Yoda himself could not accomplish. accomplish.
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At the beginning of Obi-Wan's exile in ''Literature/StarWarsKenobi'', Qui-Gon has yet to appear to him without Yoda present, but Obi-Wan addresses him in nightly meditations, which serve as CaptainsLog entries for the reader. In the last chapter of ''Literature/DarkLordTheRiseOfDarthVader'', Obi-Wan discovers that Vader is still alive, and Qui-Gon finally speaks to him to reassure him that Luke is safe--Vader will never return to Tatooine, the planet that caused him so much pain. Qui-Gon also tells Obi-Wan not to tell Luke about his parentage "until the time is right," leading to Obi-Wan's famous MetaphoricallyTrue speech when ''he'' is a Spirit Advisor.
9th Jul '16 9:35:30 PM HeraldAlberich
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** Playing off the hint in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', Yoda is depicted conferring with Qui-Gon's spirit in several Clone Wars–era novels. In ''Literature/DarkRendezvous'', Qui-Gon provides a crucial insight into his old master Dooku's intentions, and in the ''Literature/RevengeOfTheSith'' novelization, Yoda actually accepts a position as Qui-Gon's ''apprentice'', to learn how to pass into the Force himself. It is implied that Qui-Gon, having been a less conventional Jedi in life, will also teach Yoda how to train Luke to defeat the Emperor, which Yoda himself could not accomplish. In the last chapter of ''Literature/DarkLordTheRiseOfDarthVader'', Obi-Wan discovers that Vader is still alive, and Qui-Gon speaks to him to reassure him that Luke is safe--Vader will never return to Tatooine, the planet that caused him so much pain. Qui-Gon also tells Obi-Wan not to tell Luke about his parentage "until the time is right," leading to Obi-Wan's famous MetaphoricallyTrue speech when ''he'' is a Spirit Advisor.

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** Playing off the hint in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones'', Yoda is depicted conferring with Qui-Gon's spirit in several Clone Wars–era novels. In ''Literature/DarkRendezvous'', Qui-Gon provides a crucial insight into his old master Dooku's intentions, and in the ''Literature/RevengeOfTheSith'' novelization, Yoda actually accepts a position as Qui-Gon's ''apprentice'', to learn how to pass into the Force himself. It is implied that Qui-Gon, having been a less conventional Jedi in life, will also teach Yoda how to train Luke to defeat the Emperor, which Yoda himself could not accomplish. At the beginning of Obi-Wan's exile in ''Literature/StarWarsKenobi'', Qui-Gon has yet to appear to him without Yoda present, but Obi-Wan addresses him in nightly meditations, which serve as CaptainsLog entries for the reader. In the last chapter of ''Literature/DarkLordTheRiseOfDarthVader'', Obi-Wan discovers that Vader is still alive, and Qui-Gon finally speaks to him to reassure him that Luke is safe--Vader will never return to Tatooine, the planet that caused him so much pain. Qui-Gon also tells Obi-Wan not to tell Luke about his parentage "until the time is right," leading to Obi-Wan's famous MetaphoricallyTrue speech when ''he'' is a Spirit Advisor.
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