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8th Jan '17 3:33:10 PM nombretomado
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** In the UltimateMarvel universe though, Jarvis is a bitchy CampGay version of his Earth 616-counterpart.

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** In the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe though, Jarvis is a bitchy CampGay version of his Earth 616-counterpart.
13th Dec '16 11:11:51 AM AdelePotter
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* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids.
2nd Dec '16 5:23:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sheriff Carter from ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' qualifies for this trope most of the time, though he generally has to rise to {{Badass}} level by the climax of the episode.

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* Sheriff Carter from ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' qualifies for this trope most of the time, though he generally has to rise to {{Badass}} badass level by the climax of the episode.
28th Oct '16 11:44:56 AM Necrodomo
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* Some players in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' choose to reject the Good, Evil, ''and'' Neutral PowersThatBe and remain Mortal for their entire existence. This is generally considered a form of SelfImposedChallenge but some characters that do this are surprisingly effective.
17th Oct '16 10:19:39 AM FunkyPurpleDuck
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* Trevor Savage from ''Webcomic/{{EVIL}}'' is just your average [[LoserProtagonist slacker]], with no special skills or powers and no real penchant for evildoing, surrounded by mad scientists, magic users, psychics, and criminal masterminds.
5th Oct '16 5:01:29 PM thatmadork
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->''"No, I'm very ordinary... but, some very strange things have happened to me. You could say I'm more differed from than differing."''
-->-- '''Arthur Dent''', ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse''.

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->''"No, ->''"Thank you so much for the new socks. They're right warm and a snug fit. Yeah, I'm very ordinary... but, some very strange things have happened doing well. Although this war has grown a little wearisome. Nothing much interesting ever happens these parts. Today I landed a Nazi helicopter on a nicked Nazi nuclear submarine aircraft carrier. After which I donned a deep-water diving suit, swam down an abyssal trench in the middle of the Atlantic fucking ocean, don't mean to me. You could say bother you with the details. Long story short, I'm in a secret vault full of things so magical and abnormal in nature the mind has no recourse but to shudder in bewilderment. 'Course I'm accompanied by a Nazi-killing lunatic and some kind of genius wizard who claims to be on a first-name basis with God Almighty himself. Ah, well, we can only hope for a more differed from than differing.stimulating turn of events in the future. Give my love to everyone back home, Fergus out."''
-->-- '''Arthur Dent''', ''Literature/TheRestaurantAtTheEndOfTheUniverse''.
'''[[TheLancer Fergus Reid]]''', ''VideoGame/WolfensteinTheNewOrder''
22nd Sep '16 3:23:38 AM 06tele
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** In the original radio series, he progresses to BadassNormal over the course of the Brontital storyline, even holding his own in a firefight with the Footwarriors (granted those guys couldn't run very fast), and by the end he [[spoiler:steals the Heart of Gold with his girlfriend and swears a blood oath against Zaphod to avenge the destruction of Earth.]]
** He also actually takes some time to actually come into the "coping and rationality" part of the trope.
** In the movie, this trait of Arthur is averted. He can't handle any of the weird things going on, and comes close to ''cracking'' quite a few times.

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** In the original radio series, he progresses to BadassNormal over the course of the Brontital Brontitall storyline, even holding his own in a firefight fire-fight with the Footwarriors (granted those guys couldn't run very fast), and by the end he [[spoiler:steals the Heart of Gold with his girlfriend and swears a blood oath against Zaphod to avenge the destruction of Earth.Earth. Although he never gets to carry it out.]]
** He also actually takes some time a while to actually come into the "coping and rationality" part of the trope.
trope; his initial reaction to the sight of the Vogon ships is to admit to Ford that he ''can't'' cope with it, announcing that he'll "go and have a little lie down somewhere."
** In Averted in the movie, this trait of Arthur is averted. He where he can't handle any of the weird things going on, and comes close to ''cracking'' quite a few times.
15th Sep '16 11:38:55 AM KidDynamite
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* ''Series/Bewitched'' has side character Abner Kravitz. While his wife Gladys sees all of the kooky supernatural going-ons and freaks out, Abner is completely nonchalant about the whole thing. When he hears there is a chess-playing horse in at the Stephens's house, Abner brings over a chess set to challenge it.

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* ''Series/Bewitched'' ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'' has side character Abner Kravitz. While his wife Gladys wife, Gladys, sees all of the kooky supernatural going-ons and freaks out, Abner is completely nonchalant about the whole thing. When he hears there is a chess-playing horse in at the Stephens's house, Abner brings over a chess set to challenge it.
29th Aug '16 2:49:38 PM Matt620
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* ''Series/Bewitched'' has side character Abner Kravitz. While his wife Gladys sees all of the kooky supernatural going-ons and freaks out, Abner is completely nonchalant about the whole thing. When he hears there is a chess-playing horse in at the Stephens's house, Abner brings over a chess set to challenge it.
5th Aug '16 5:28:55 PM Thecommander236
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** Winston Zeddmore was this in the [Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} first film]], casually commenting "As long as there's a steady paycheck in it, I'll believe anything you say."

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** Winston Zeddmore was this in the [Film/{{Ghostbusters [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} first film]], casually commenting "As long as there's a steady paycheck in it, I'll believe anything you say."
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