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8th Apr '17 1:20:28 AM Psychadelico
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* While it's true that people can't live without any brain at all, it turns out that half a brain is plenty enough. There was once a young woman born with only one working hemisphere,but aside from a few subtle edge-cases, she was perfectly normal. Her condition was only discovered when she volunteered as part of the control group for a study involving severed corpus callosums, and her results were not what was expected.
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22nd Mar '17 3:31:22 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* Peri of ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}'' ended up in a state somewhere between Types I and II: he was mostly incapacitated but could sorta walk around and mumble/scream for the return of his brain. When he found is brain had been implanted into a toaster ([[ItMakesSenseInContext roll with it]]) he tried to shove it back in, toaster and all. I didn't work.

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* Peri of ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}'' ended up in a state somewhere between Types I and II: he was mostly incapacitated but could sorta walk around and mumble/scream for the return of his brain. When he found is brain had been implanted into a toaster ([[ItMakesSenseInContext roll with it]]) he tried to shove it back in, toaster and all. I It didn't work.


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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': After Kaeloo gets half her brain removed in one episode, all that happens to her is that she can't talk properly.
20th Mar '17 1:15:12 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' suggested that [[TheDitz Stumpy]] may actually not have a brain.
6th Jan '17 7:50:29 PM AtticusOmundson
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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits herself in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing her human half to become much stupider than she normally is, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.

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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits herself in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing causes her human half to become much stupider than she normally is, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.
26th Nov '16 11:13:11 AM AtticusOmundson
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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits herself in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing her human half to become much stupider than she normally, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.

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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits herself in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing her human half to become much stupider than she normally, normally is, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.
26th Nov '16 11:12:50 AM AtticusOmundson
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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits her in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing her human half to become much stupider than she normally, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.

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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits her herself in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing her human half to become much stupider than she normally, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.
26th Nov '16 11:12:18 AM AtticusOmundson
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26th Nov '16 11:11:07 AM AtticusOmundson
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* Happens to Reiko Tamura in ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'' when she splits her in two in order to avoid being killed. As each parasite is only as intelligent as the parts that make it up, being separated causing her human half to become much stupider than she normally, even physically showing off this trope by forcing her head in half in front of a couple to reveal it's hollow inside.
13th Nov '16 10:00:59 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' episode "Stressed to Kill" has Fall Apart Rabbit experience this when his brain falls out and shows no reaction. Somewhat mixed with Type IV in that the brain in question turns out to be a peanut.
29th Oct '16 11:23:00 PM Vir
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* The premise of the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Whirly Brains" is that a new toy comes out that turns the user's brain into an RC helicopter. The users don't seem affected by the loss of their brains.

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* The premise of the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Whirly Brains" is that a new toy comes out that turns the user's brain into an RC helicopter. The users don't seem affected by the loss of their brains.brains other than their eyes being still attached to them.
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