->''"Wow, Miranda's getting good! Maybe when she's thirty years old she can play a teenager on Dawson's Creek."''
-->-- '''Lizzie''', ''Series/LizzieMcGuire''

->''"She's running away from home and she's only thirty!"''
-->-- Butthead, commenting on the music video for Music/PatBenatar's "Love is a Battlefield", ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead''

->'''Kent Brockman:''' ''Let's have a warm welcome for the stars of the popular teen soap opera, '''[[Series/BeverlyHills90210 Springfield Heights 90210]]'''! He's cool, he's sexy, he's 34 years old! Say hello to Kyle Darren!'' (Darren smiles, obvious wrinkles show on his face)
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', "Marge vs. The Monorail"

->''"These guys probably had sons the same age as their characters."''
-->-- [[Podcast/RiffTrax Mike Nelson]] commenting on the "teenagers" of ''Film/ReeferMadness''

->''(deep voice)'' "I'm 15, really."
-->-- "Robin", Podcast/RiffTrax of ''Film/BatmanForever''

->''"I don't think anyone in the casting department has ever seen a real teenager."''
-->-- [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] on ''Franchise/PowerRangers''

->'''Principal''': You're already repeating your senior year.
->'''ObscurusLupa''': How many times, eight?
-->-- ''WebVideo/ObscurusLupa Presents: Sleepy Hollow High''

->'''Chris Sims:''' Another great Catwoman moment is when she schemes to hook up with Batman and considers setting Robin up with one of her henchwomen, and then decides that ďat that age, all they care about is baseball.Ē Also, the episode where you see Robin at high school with all his friends who, of course, look like theyíre in their mid-30s.\\
'''David Uzumeri''': Itís pretty hilarious.
-->-- '''Chris Sims''' and '''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/batman-1966-review-2/ on]] ''Film/BatmanTheMovie''

->''"...there's no real age limit, although we cast age-appropriate''
->''(meaning that an actor needs to be roughly the same age as the character he/she plays)."''
-->-- '''Stephen Stohn''' via {{Website/Twitter}}, describing a [[{{Series/Degrassi}} famous subversion]].

->''"Well, that depends. Do you believe two obvious 30-year-olds trying to play high school students is for real?"''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic''', in his review of ''[[Film/TheNeverendingStory The Neverending Story III: Escape From Fantasia]]''

->''"If the report is that the children are too old for their characters; then thatís ridiculous. Itís BEYOND ridiculous. The other show Iím a huge fan of right now is ''PrettyLittleLiars''. Some of the 16 year old characters on that show are LITERALLY 26 and 28 in real life. So the kids of ''{{Outnumbered}}'' ARE IN NO WAY TOO OLD FOR THEIR PARTS.''
-->-[[http://saveoutnumbered.blogspot.com/ "Catherine" of the Save Outnumbered Campaign]].

->''"Hollywood Secret: If you put a 30-year-old in a letterman jacket, he's 16 again."''
-->-- Vanessa Ramos, comedian/ comedy writer, [[https://twitter.com/thatRamosgirl/status/249693261134979072 via Twitter]].

->''"Hollywood's version of high school is filled with students so far along in their maturation they appear to have kissed the ravages of puberty goodbye [[TheNineties sometime during]] [[UsefulNotes/BillClinton the Clinton administration]].''
->''[...]''
->''[[DeconstructedTrope Not only is it distracting when the adults and "kids" look roughly the same age, it also sets up false expectations for teens]]. Most male high school students aren't broad-shouldered, deep-voiced men sporting a five o'clock shadow by fourth period."''
-->-- '''Website/{{Cracked}}''', ''[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-unwritten-rules-hollywood-needs-to-stop-following/ 5 Unwritten Rules Hollywood Needs to Stop Following]]''

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