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16th Dec '17 5:42:32 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* In another ''Literature/HarryPotter'' fanfiction, ''Fanfic/TheParselmouthOfGryffindor'', the ''Quibbler''[='=]s ConspiracyTheories concerning Sirius Black and Peter Pettigrew aren't ''all'' wrong. They did guess correctly that Pettigrew was the real traitor who'd framed Sirius. [[CloudCuckooLander That doesn't make the parts about rock-singers, a lovesick Dementor in disguise and a metamorphmagus any less ludicrous]].
14th Dec '17 6:00:58 PM ading
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DanVs,'' whatever ridiculous thing that [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Dan]] says wronged him this week--the Wolf-Man, George Washington's ghost, etc.--will turn out to be real, and a good portion of his other weird theories ("the dentist [[spoiler:is a supervillain]]," etc.) will be correct too. Heck, in "Elise's Parents" he was actually ''trying'' to lie but still turned out to be partly right.

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ridiculous thing that [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Dan]] Dan says wronged him this week--the Wolf-Man, George Washington's ghost, etc.--will turn out to be real, and a good portion of his other weird theories ("the dentist [[spoiler:is a supervillain]]," etc.) will be correct too. Heck, in "Elise's Parents" he was actually ''trying'' to lie but still turned out to be partly right. right.
** Subverted in "The Monster Under The Bed". [[spoiler:We're set up to believe Dan was right about the eponymous monster, but it turns out to be a ScoobyDooHoax.]]
6th Dec '17 10:30:08 PM Baeraad555
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* Darcy in ''Literature/QuicksandHouse'' is a basket case with a tendency to start stabbing the walls with a knife because she thinks they're her mother, so it's easy to dismiss anything she says. She's right about a few things, though, such as [[spoiler: the children's mother not being trustworthy and that going into the basement to try to find her being a ''really bad idea.'']]
24th Nov '17 4:56:40 PM Lemia
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* ''Series/TheGoodPlace'': Michael in the first episode states that all religions were about 5% right about the afterlife, except for Doug Forcett, a stoner kid who one day got extremely high on mushrooms and in that state, his friend asked on what he thinks happens after they die. Doug started a monologue that startled every being in the afterlife being 92% correct, this made him an afterlife celebrity and Michael keeps a portrait of him in his wall.

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Michael in the first episode states that all religions were about 5% right about the afterlife, except for Doug Forcett, a stoner kid who one day got extremely high on mushrooms and in that state, his friend asked on what he thinks happens after they die. Doug started a monologue that startled every being in the afterlife being 92% correct, this made him an afterlife celebrity and Michael keeps a portrait of him in his wall.wall.
** Jason, in spite of being TheDitz, points out in the last episode of season 1 that he was (mostly) right with his earlier suggestion to Eleanor that [[spoiler:they were on a prank show]].
23rd Nov '17 9:03:35 AM Arcana4th
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* ''Series/TheGoodPlace'': Michael in the first episode states that all religions were about 5% right about the afterlife, except for Doug Forcett, a stoner kid who one day got extremely high on mushrooms and in that state, his friend asked on what he thinks happens after they die. Doug started a monologue that startled every being in the afterlife being 92% correct, this made him an afterlife celebrity and Michael keeps a portrait of him in his wall.
21st Nov '17 9:40:18 AM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' short "The F-Tales", Chicken Little at first comes off as a paranoid conspiracy nut, but the end of the short reveals that he's right about the sky falling.

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In the ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' short "The F-Tales", Chicken Little at first comes off as a paranoid conspiracy nut, but the end of the short reveals that he's right about the sky falling.falling.
** The title character of "Freddy Seymoure's Amazing Life" spends the short telling completely bizarre and supposedly nonsensical tall tales, such as being given a crown to wear by an alien king in gratitude for saving his planet by solving a giant puzzle sphere. At the end of the short, Freddy turns out to be right about his dad's tie being eaten by a monster, which hints that his other stories were also true.
17th Nov '17 9:19:04 AM CaptainTedium
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* The 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' featured an example in the episode "Rumpity-Dumpster", where a homeless man claims to have once been abducted by aliens from Mars. When startled by an amnesiac Ronaldo Rump carrying the Regenerator, he recognizes the Regenerator as Martian technology, so he clearly isn't just another [[CrazyHomelessPeople lunatic vagrant]].

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* The 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' featured an example in the episode "Rumpity-Dumpster", where a homeless man claims to have once been abducted by aliens from Mars. When startled by an amnesiac Ronaldo Rump carrying the Regenerator, he recognizes the Regenerator as Martian technology, so he clearly isn't just another [[CrazyHomelessPeople lunatic vagrant]].vagrant]] in spite of mistaking Rump for an alien.
17th Nov '17 9:15:55 AM CaptainTedium
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* The 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' featured an example in the episode "Rumpity-Dumpster", where a homeless man claims to have once been abducted by aliens from Mars. When startled by an amnesiac Ronaldo Rump carrying the Regenerator, he recognizes the Regenerator as Martian technology, so he clearly isn't just another [[CrazyHomelessPeople lunatic vagrant]].
13th Nov '17 12:18:28 PM HeroicJay
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*** Or, taken another way, she specifically sees Harry encounter the Grim, a specter of death that takes the form of a large black dog. [[spoiler:Her vision was much more literal than even she expected: Harry does, in fact, have a very significant encounter with a large black dog (which resembles, but is not, the Grim) by the end of the year.]]
13th Nov '17 11:56:11 AM narm00
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* In ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'', the Malkavian clan are like this, as they were all insane in one way or another, but tended to have a hidden insight that was frequently ignored by the more sane clans due to their weirdness.

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* In ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'', the Malkavian clan are like this, as they were are all insane in one way or another, but tended tend to have a hidden insight that was is frequently ignored by the more sane clans due to their weirdness.
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