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3rd Aug '16 6:01:21 PM probiewankenobi
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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' stars a set of four investigators, only one of which is female at any one time. They do have Abby, a lab tech who is one of three characters who has been in every episode (the other two being Gibbs and Dinozzo).

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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' stars a set of four investigators, only one of which is female at any one time. They do have Abby, a lab tech who is one of three two characters who has been in every episode (the other two one being Gibbs and Dinozzo).Gibbs).
20th Mar '16 9:37:40 AM XSpectreGreyX
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* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}: Season 2 has just ''one'' random, unnamed Yakuza lady. She's apparently the only female Mook in the entirety of Hell's Kitchen, since every other goon is a guy or masked and not obviously a woman. Though given the complexity of the stunts in the show, as well as the need for the Yakuza to at least ''appear'' Japanese, the showrunners likely had a limited pool to choose from.

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* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}: 2015}}'': Season 2 has just ''one'' random, unnamed Yakuza lady. She's apparently the only female Mook in the entirety of Hell's Kitchen, since every other goon is a guy or masked and not obviously a woman. Though given the complexity of the stunts in the show, as well as the need for the Yakuza to at least ''appear'' Japanese, the showrunners likely had a limited pool to choose from.
20th Mar '16 9:35:34 AM XSpectreGreyX
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* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}: Season 2 has just ''one'' random, unnamed Yakuza lady. She's apparently the only female Mook in the entirety of Hell's Kitchen, since every other goon is a guy or masked and not obviously a woman. Though given the complexity of the stunts in the show, as well as the need for the Yakuza to at least ''appear'' Japanese, the showrunners likely had a limited pool to choose from.
7th Feb '16 9:07:10 PM brb1006
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* For Studio 100's Series/KabouterPlop series. Kwebbel was the only female gnome seen in the show for the first couple of years until Smal got introduced in 2000. More female gnomes were seen in the movies.

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* For Studio 100's {{Creator/Studio100}}'s Series/KabouterPlop series. Kwebbel was the only female gnome seen in the show for the first couple of years until Smal got introduced in 2000. More female gnomes were seen in the movies.
5th Feb '16 7:58:07 PM brb1006
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* For Studio 100's Series/KabouterPlop series. Kwebbel was the only female gnome seen in the show for the first couple of years until Smal got introduced in 2000. More female gnomes were seen in the movies.
7th Dec '15 10:19:38 PM Cindylover1969
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* ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' is a remake of classic ''Series/HawaiiFiveO'', which is about an elite squad of police in Hawaii. The remake {{Gender Flip}}ped Kono in order to have a girl among the lead characters.

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* ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' is a remake of classic ''Series/HawaiiFiveO'', which is about an elite squad of police in Hawaii. The original didn't have a female regular until the final season, and even then Lori Wilson only appeared in ten episodes. The remake {{Gender Flip}}ped Kono in order to have a girl among the lead characters.
20th Nov '15 11:23:44 AM crazysamaritan
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* ''Series/{{Taskmaster}}'' had this for the first series. The two hosts are male, as are four of the contestants, leaving Roisin the token woman of the show.

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* ''Series/{{Taskmaster}}'' had this for the first series. ''Series/{{Taskmaster}}'': Hosts Alex Horne and Greg Davies ask questions from a panel of five contestants. The two hosts are male, as are four of the contestants, leaving Roisin the token woman of the show.only female contestant is Creator/RoisinConaty.
23rd Oct '15 8:22:01 PM physics_one
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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the earliest version of the Justice League includes Clark, Author, Victor, Bart, Oliver, and Chloe. This group defied FiveManBand, and even allowed Chloe to be romantically involved with someone outside the group.

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* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', the earliest version of the Justice League includes Clark, Author, Arthur, Victor, Bart, Oliver, and Chloe. This group defied FiveManBand, and even allowed Chloe to be romantically involved with someone outside the group.
24th Sep '15 7:42:26 AM biscuitlion
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* ''Series/{{Taskmaster}}'' had this for the first series. The two hosts are male, as are four of the contestants, leaving Roisin the token woman of the show.
22nd Apr '15 9:34:52 AM crazysamaritan
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* In ''{{Series/QI}}'', one host asks questions of four panelists (three guests and one regular). Rarely is there more than two female guest panelists, and often none. Jo Brand finds herself as representing the Smurfette Principle on the show on a regular basis, and so have Sandi Toksvig and Sue Perkins.



* In ''{{Series/QI}}'', one host asks questions of four panelists (three guests and one regular). Rarely is there more than two female guest panelists, and often none. Jo Brand finds herself as representing the Smurfette Principle on the show on a regular basis, and so have Sandi Toksvig and Sue Perkins.

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* In ''{{Series/QI}}'', one host asks questions of four panelists (three guests and one regular). Rarely is there more than two female guest panelists, and often none. Jo Brand finds herself as representing the Smurfette Principle on the show on a regular basis, and so have Sandi Toksvig and Sue Perkins.
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