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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.
17th Oct '16 2:04:59 PM Vir
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** In one episode Timmy drinks a smoothie too fast and says "Ugh... brain freeze" which Cosmo replies to with "Brain? What is this "brain" you speak of?" and then proceeds to drink the whole smoothie in one slurp. "Nope.. nothing." [[ChekhovsGag Later,]] Cosmo and Wanda disguise as smoothies. Cosmo drinks himself in one slurp and still feels nothing.
** Which is weird, because [[NegativeContinuity in another episode,]] Cosmo and Anti-Cosmo have a brain transplant.

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** In one episode Timmy drinks a smoothie too fast and says "Ugh... get a brain freeze" freeze, which Cosmo replies to with "Brain? What is this "brain" you speak of?" and then proceeds to drink the whole smoothie in one slurp. "Nope.. nothing." [[ChekhovsGag Later,]] Later]], Cosmo and Wanda disguise as smoothies. Cosmo drinks himself in one slurp and still feels nothing.
** Which is weird, because [[NegativeContinuity in another episode,]] episode]] Cosmo and Anti-Cosmo have got a brain transplant.freeze from licking himself after he turned into ice cream.



** In another, he is told that if he loses a game, he'll recieve 10,000 volts of electricity to his cerebral cortex, and retorts that he doesn't have one of those.

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** In another, he is told that if he loses a game, he'll recieve receive 10,000 volts of electricity to his cerebral cortex, and retorts that he doesn't have one of those.
17th Oct '16 2:02:57 PM Vir
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** In an episode of , Timmy drinks a smoothie too fast and says "Ugh... brain freeze" which Cosmo replies to with "Brain? What is this "brain" you speak of?" and then proceeds to drink the whole smoothie in one slurp. "Nope.. nothing." [[ChekhovsGag Later,]] Cosmo and Wanda disguise as smoothies. Cosmo drinks himself in one slurp and still feels nothing.

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** In an one episode of , Timmy drinks a smoothie too fast and says "Ugh... brain freeze" which Cosmo replies to with "Brain? What is this "brain" you speak of?" and then proceeds to drink the whole smoothie in one slurp. "Nope.. nothing." [[ChekhovsGag Later,]] Cosmo and Wanda disguise as smoothies. Cosmo drinks himself in one slurp and still feels nothing.


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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.
26th Sep '16 12:27:26 AM FordPrefect
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* A sketch on ''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision'' had a mother getting far too enthusiastic about cleaning out her child's ears, and cleaning out everything between them as well. It had no noticeable effect on the child (well, he wasn't *happy* about it but as his mother pointed out, even if she had cleaned out his brains he'd never ''used'' them anyway.)

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* A sketch on ''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision'' had a mother getting far too enthusiastic about cleaning out her child's ears, and cleaning out everything between them as well. It had no noticeable effect on the child (well, he wasn't *happy* ''happy'' about it but as his mother pointed out, even if she had cleaned out his brains he'd never ''used'' them anyway.)
26th Sep '16 12:25:56 AM FordPrefect
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* A rare Inverted example happen in the case [[NoNameGiven The Major]] from an old Time article. The man shot himself in the head with a .38 revolver.... [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction He then went downstairs and cooked himself breakfast.]] He was later taken to the hospital where all the doctors could do was clean and dress the wound. Later he was interviewed and his long-lasting depression had vanished. [[ViolationOfCommonSense The man shot himself in the head and got better.]]

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* A rare Inverted inverted example happen in the case was [[NoNameGiven The Major]] from an old Time ''Time'' article. The man shot himself in the head with a .38 revolver.... [[MajorInjuryUnderreaction He then went downstairs and cooked himself breakfast.]] He was later taken to the hospital where all the doctors could do was clean and dress the wound. Later he was interviewed and his long-lasting depression had vanished. [[ViolationOfCommonSense The man shot himself in the head and got better.]]
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