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* Like the [[Literature/TheManWhoLaughs novel]] it is based on, ''Theatre/TheGrinningMan'' has Grinpayne and Dea. Slightly subverted in that Dea has always known about Grinpayne's GlasgowGrin, and it has never affected her opinion of him.


* In ''Things Not Seen'', the invisible main character befriends a blind girl, and later falls in love with her.

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* In ''Things Not Seen'', ''Literature/ThingsNotSeen'', the invisible main character befriends is noticed by a blind girl, girl while sneaking around. The two become friends and later falls in love with her.eventually {{Love Interest}}s.


-->'''Johnny:''' So how do you... you know.\\
'''Ben:''' ''That's none of your business!''

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-->'''Johnny:''' So how How do you... you know.guys...[clicks tongue]\\
'''Ben:''' That's none of your business!\\
'''Johnny:''' Alright! I'm just concerned. I'd hate to wake up one morning and find out she was killed in a rock slide.
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'''Ben:''' ''That's none of your business!''I'll show you a rockslide!


* In ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'' episode "To See the Invisible Man", Mitchell Chaplin is punished by being given an implant that means others have to ignore him and act as if he was not there. The only person to treat him decently during his sentence is a blind man who cannot see the implant. The blind man is quite angry when he learns that Mitchell has tried to trick him into breaking the law by acknowledging his existence.

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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'': In ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'' episode "To See the Invisible Man", the only person to be kind to Mitchell Chaplin is punished by being given an implant that means others have to ignore him and act as if he was not there. The only person to treat him decently during his sentence punishment is a blind man named Bennett Gershe who cannot see the implant. The blind man is quite angry implant telling others to ignore him. Subverted when Gershe is then told of Mitchell's status, after which he learns that angrily curses Mitchell has tried to trick him into breaking the law by acknowledging his existence.and leaves him.


* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', one of the regulars at a bar for the undead is Mrs. Gammage, a nearly-blind gray-haired and rather senile old lady who thinks it's the same (normal) bar she patronized decades ago. She thinks the other monsters are just regulars and is friendly to all of them, and they take care of her in kind; anyone who bothers her won't live long enough to regret it.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', ''Literature/FeetOfClay'', one of the regulars at a bar for the undead is Mrs. Gammage, a nearly-blind gray-haired and rather senile old lady who thinks it's the same (normal) bar she patronized decades ago. She thinks the other monsters are just regulars and is friendly to all of them, and they take care of her in kind; anyone who bothers her won't live long enough to regret it.


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* Subverted on ''Series/ThirtyRock'': Kenneth falls for a blind woman who rejects him after feeling his face.



* ''Series/{{Beauty and the Beast|1987}}'': Catherine has her eyes covered with bandages when she first meets Vincent, and has fallen in love with him by the time her eyesight has been restored.
* Subverted on ''Series/{{Becker}}'', when Jake (a blind black man) ends up going out with a blind white woman, but it ends in tears when he mentions his skin colour offhand several weeks later and she turns out to be a racist.
** Another episode deals with a unique twist on this trope... Jake starts dating a gorgeous woman, but the longer they date she stops wearing makeup, fixing her hair, or dressing nicely, essentially turning herself into a "Beast". Jake ends up breaking up with her because he feels like she's taking advantage of his blindness.
* Somewhat similarly twisted on ''Series/ChappellesShow'' with Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist who doesn't realize he's black. His entire KKK chapter serves as the Magoo to his Monster, because he is hooded in all public appearances.
* The ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "The Big Wheel" partly focuses on the [=UnSub's=] friendship with a blind boy. The [=UnSub=] doesn't look particularly threatening let alone hideous or monstrous, but then again, the kid was there when the [=UnSub=] killed his mother.



* The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode ''Film/TheBruteMan'' had a killer named The Creeper (Creator/RondoHatton) befriending a blind girl. When the police discover their relationship, they talk her into luring him into a trap (which she feels bad about doing, even if he ''is'' a crazed killer.)

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* The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode ''Film/TheBruteMan'' had a killer named The Creeper (Creator/RondoHatton) befriending a blind girl. When A variation in the police discover their relationship, they talk ''Series/DoctorWho'' "Last Christmas", in which the Doctor's [[HumansThroughAlienEyes alien face-blindness]] leads to him being unable to perceive that Clara is now a very old woman, and still seeing her into luring him into a trap (which she feels bad about doing, even if he ''is'' a crazed killer.)as being very beautiful.



* One episode of ''Series/KishiryuSentaiRyusoulger'' introduces the [[HumongousMecha Kishiryu]] Dimevolcano, who has a fearsome appearance. Dimevolcano strikes up a friendship with a boy in the hospital with bandages over his eyes. Ultimately, after various adventures, the bandages are removed and the boy, naturally, is not scared of Dimevolcano.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', both Curtis and Rudy try to flirt with an attractive blind girl who is making sculptures using their faces as models. The plot proceeds in typical Misfits fashion, as she rejects Curtis because despite being blind, she's a virulent racist. Then Rudy pursues her (while making repeated references to Music/LionelRichie, see Music) but he forgoes his normal CasanovaWannabe attitude to make a principled stand against her racism featuring Rudy-isms about how racism and blindness should "cancel out" and how Music/StevieWonder proves his point... [[ShaggyFrogStory somehow]].
* The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode ''Film/TheBruteMan'' had a killer named The Creeper (Creator/RondoHatton) befriending a blind girl. When the police discover their relationship, they talk her into luring him into a trap (which she feels bad about doing, even if he ''is'' a crazed killer.)
* In ''Series/NinjaTurtlesTheNextMutation'', Splinter is friends with a blind man named Andre, who moves in with the him and the turtles after being evicted from his apartment.
* On ''Series/PennyDreadful'', the Creature takes temporary employment at a wax museum, where he's treated kindly by the owner's blind daughter. [[spoiler: Cruelly subverted when she reveals that she's fully in cahoots with her parents' scheme to imprison the Creature as a live freak-show addition to their museum, and that she finds his ''personality'' tiresome.]]
* ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'': In "The Deception", the blind female chimpanzee Fauna falls in love with Burke, whom she thinks is a chimpanzee named Pargo. Fauna hates humans as she believes that two humans killed her father Lucian.
* On the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Is There in Truth No Beauty?", the crew once had to transport an alien called a Medusan, who was so hideous you would [[GoMadFromTheRevelation go mad if you saw it]]. The Medusan's human companion, however, is a blind telepath, who describes his mind as the most beautiful thing she had ever experienced.



* Subverted on ''Series/ThirtyRock'': Kenneth falls for a blind woman who rejects him after feeling his face.
* Subverted on ''Series/{{Becker}}'', when Jake (a blind black man) ends up going out with a blind white woman, but it ends in tears when he mentions his skin colour offhand several weeks later and she turns out to be a racist.
** Another episode deals with a unique twist on this trope... Jake starts dating a gorgeous woman, but the longer they date she stops wearing makeup, fixing her hair, or dressing nicely, essentially turning herself into a "Beast". Jake ends up breaking up with her because he feels like she's taking advantage of his blindness.
* Somewhat similarly twisted on ''Series/ChappellesShow'' with Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist who doesn't realize he's black. His entire KKK chapter serves as the Magoo to his Monster, because he is hooded in all public appearances.
* The ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "The Big Wheel" partly focuses on the [=UnSub's=] friendship with a blind boy. The [=UnSub=] doesn't look particularly threatening let alone hideous or monstrous, but then again, the kid was there when the [=UnSub=] killed his mother.
* On the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Is There in Truth No Beauty?", the crew once had to transport an alien called a Medusan, who was so hideous you would [[GoMadFromTheRevelation go mad if you saw it]]. The Medusan's human companion, however, is a blind telepath, who describes his mind as the most beautiful thing she had ever experienced.

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* Subverted on ''Series/ThirtyRock'': Kenneth falls for a blind woman who rejects him after feeling his face.
* Subverted on ''Series/{{Becker}}'', when Jake (a blind black man) ends up going out with a blind white woman, but it ends in tears when he mentions his skin colour offhand several weeks later and she turns out to be a racist.
** Another
In ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'' episode deals with a unique twist on this trope... Jake starts dating a gorgeous woman, but "To See the longer they date she stops wearing makeup, fixing her hair, or dressing nicely, essentially turning herself into a "Beast". Jake ends up breaking up with her because Invisible Man", Mitchell Chaplin is punished by being given an implant that means others have to ignore him and act as if he feels like she's taking advantage of was not there. The only person to treat him decently during his blindness.
* Somewhat similarly twisted on ''Series/ChappellesShow'' with Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist who doesn't realize he's black. His entire KKK chapter serves as the Magoo to his Monster, because he is hooded in all public appearances.
* The ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "The Big Wheel" partly focuses on the [=UnSub's=] friendship with a blind boy. The [=UnSub=] doesn't look particularly threatening let alone hideous or monstrous, but then again, the kid was there when the [=UnSub=] killed his mother.
* On the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Is There in Truth No Beauty?", the crew once had to transport an alien called a Medusan, who was so hideous you would [[GoMadFromTheRevelation go mad if you saw it]]. The Medusan's human companion, however,
sentence is a blind telepath, man who describes cannot see the implant. The blind man is quite angry when he learns that Mitchell has tried to trick him into breaking the law by acknowledging his mind as the most beautiful thing she had ever experienced.existence.



* ''Series/{{Beauty and the Beast|1987}}'': Catherine has her eyes covered with bandages when she first meets Vincent, and has fallen in love with him by the time her eyesight has been restored.
* In ''Series/NinjaTurtlesTheNextMutation'', Splinter is friends with a blind man named Andre, who moves in with the him and the turtles after being evicted from his apartment.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', both Curtis and Rudy try to flirt with an attractive blind girl who is making sculptures using their faces as models. The plot proceeds in typical Misfits fashion, as she rejects Curtis because despite being blind, she's a virulent racist. Then Rudy pursues her (while making repeated references to Music/LionelRichie, see Music) but he forgoes his normal CasanovaWannabe attitude to make a principled stand against her racism featuring Rudy-isms about how racism and blindness should "cancel out" and how Music/StevieWonder proves his point... [[ShaggyFrogStory somehow]].
* In ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'' episode "To See the Invisible Man", Mitchell Chaplin is punished by being given an implant that means others have to ignore him and act as if he was not there. The only person to treat him decently during his sentence is a blind man who cannot see the implant. The blind man is quite angry when he learns that Mitchell has tried to trick him into breaking the law by acknowledging his existence.
* A variation in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' "Last Christmas", in which the Doctor's [[HumansThroughAlienEyes alien face-blindness]] leads to him being unable to perceive that Clara is now a very old woman, and still seeing her as being very beautiful.
* On ''Series/PennyDreadful'', the Creature takes temporary employment at a wax museum, where he's treated kindly by the owner's blind daughter. [[spoiler: Cruelly subverted when she reveals that she's fully in cahoots with her parents' scheme to imprison the Creature as a live freak-show addition to their museum, and that she finds his ''personality'' tiresome.]]
* ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'': In "The Deception", the blind female chimpanzee Fauna falls in love with Burke, whom she thinks is a chimpanzee named Pargo. Fauna hates humans as she believes that two humans killed her father Lucian.
* One episode of ''Series/KishiryuSentaiRyusoulger'' introduces the [[HumongousMecha Kishiryu]] Dimevolcano, who has a fearsome appearance. Dimevolcano strikes up a friendship with a boy in the hospital with bandages over his eyes. Ultimately, after various adventures, the bandages are removed and the boy, naturally, is not scared of Dimevolcano.



* The Music/{{Vocaloid}} song ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzNVK55xd4 The Ogre and the Maiden]]'' is about a lonely forest monster who is befriended by a blind woman. She eventually learns what he really is, but doesn't care, since she knows he's a good person inside. The music video, for its part, [[AdaptationalAttractiveness represents the ogre as a handsome human youth]], but there are a few scenes where he looks like a traditional ''oni''.
* The video of the song "Hello" by Lionel Richie has Richie in love with a blind artist who makes a sculpture of his face.



* The video of the song "Hello" by Lionel Richie has Richie in love with a blind artist who makes a sculpture of his face.
* The Music/{{Vocaloid}} song ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzNVK55xd4 The Ogre and the Maiden]]'' is about a lonely forest monster who is befriended by a blind woman. She eventually learns what he really is, but doesn't care, since she knows he's a good person inside. The music video, for its part, [[AdaptationalAttractiveness represents the ogre as a handsome human youth]], but there are a few scenes where he looks like a traditional ''oni''.



* ''VideoGame/TheLiarPrincessAndTheBlindPrince'' has this as its premise, with the Beast being a monster wolf who disguises herself as a human girl in order to interact with her love, a young prince who's been blinded.
* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Tropico}}'' 3 with the description of the "Ugly" trait, which state that when you were introduced to your wife, who was blind, she ran away screaming and swam across the ocean to make sure she never encountered you again.



* Averted in ''VideoGame/{{Tropico}}'' 3 with the description of the "Ugly" trait, which state that when you were introduced to your wife, who was blind, she ran away screaming and swam across the ocean to make sure she never encountered you again.



* ''VideoGame/TheLiarPrincessAndTheBlindPrince'' has this as its premise, with the Beast being a monster wolf who disguises herself as a human girl in order to interact with her love, a young prince who's been blinded.



* Subverted in ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' where [[Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera Erik]] starts dating [[Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera Blind Mag]] after they get stuck in the elevator for a bit. She's touched his face and knows what's there, but points out that her story has worse in it.
* Deconstructed in ''Webcomic/SexyLosers'': a pervert whom nobody wants to date starts taking care of a blind girl because she cannot see his perversity.



* Deconstructed in ''Webcomic/SexyLosers'': a pervert whom nobody wants to date starts taking care of a blind girl because she cannot see his perversity.
* Subverted in ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' where [[Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera Erik]] starts dating [[Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera Blind Mag]] after they get stuck in the elevator for a bit. She's touched his face and knows what's there, but points out that her story has worse in it.



* Hudson befriends Jeffrey Robbins, a blind veteran, in ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''. Like every character in the series, he ends up becoming a recurring character. Though later in a twist, Robbins reveals that he suspected Hudson wasn't human all along, which is good because he now needs to help him out--Hudson's sight is going and they need to find someone discreet enough to do the surgery. Jeffrey finds a doctor for him and goes with him to the operation.
* Something similar happens to Beast in the '90s ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon. Oddly, Hank thinks Carly is unaware he's a mutant, even though she previously made a joke about his fur. (Though that may be due to her father.) And when her sight is eventually restored (thanks to Beast's help), one of her first comments is how nice she thinks his soft blue fur looks.



* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'': Tummi Gummi briefly befriended a blind lady.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' rather [[BlackComedy dickishly]] parodies ''Film/{{Mask|1985}}'' [[note]]the 1985 film starring Cher, not the 1994 comedy with Creator/JimCarrey[[/note]]. A man with degenerative disease, which has greatly disfigured his face, finds romance with a blind girl during a summer camp job. She touches his face and promptly gets grossed out.



* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'': Tummi Gummi briefly befriended a blind lady.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' had a subplot involving Raphael seeking refuge in the home of a blind old lady, who mistook him for a volunteer worker sent to help her. As you might imagine, it mainly focused on Raph's JerkWithAHeartOfGold status.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' has the Turtles meet a chef named Murakami, who is blind. He gets kidnapped by the Purple Dragons to lure the Turtles out of hiding. [[spoiler:He reveals that he knew that they were Turtles, stating that "I do have other senses", but doesn't care because they saved his life.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'': Tummi Gummi briefly befriended Hudson befriends Jeffrey Robbins, a blind lady.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' had a subplot involving Raphael seeking refuge
veteran, in ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''. Like every character in the home of series, he ends up becoming a blind old lady, who mistook him for recurring character. Though later in a volunteer worker sent to help her. As you might imagine, it mainly focused on Raph's JerkWithAHeartOfGold status.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' has the Turtles meet a chef named Murakami, who is blind. He gets kidnapped by the Purple Dragons to lure the Turtles out of hiding. [[spoiler:He
twist, Robbins reveals that he knew that they were Turtles, stating that "I do have other senses", but doesn't care suspected Hudson wasn't human all along, which is good because he now needs to help him out--Hudson's sight is going and they saved his life.]]need to find someone discreet enough to do the surgery. Jeffrey finds a doctor for him and goes with him to the operation.



* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' rather [[BlackComedy dickishly]] parodies ''Film/{{Mask|1985}}'' [[note]]the 1985 film starring Cher, not the 1994 comedy with Creator/JimCarrey[[/note]]. A man with degenerative disease, which has greatly disfigured his face, finds romance with a blind girl during a summer camp job. She touches his face and promptly gets grossed out.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' rather [[BlackComedy dickishly]] parodies ''Film/{{Mask|1985}}'' [[note]]the 1985 film starring Cher, not An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' had a subplot involving Raphael seeking refuge in the 1994 comedy with Creator/JimCarrey[[/note]]. A man with degenerative disease, which has greatly disfigured his face, finds romance with home of a blind girl during old lady, who mistook him for a summer camp job. She touches his face and promptly volunteer worker sent to help her. As you might imagine, it mainly focused on Raph's JerkWithAHeartOfGold status.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' has the Turtles meet a chef named Murakami, who is blind. He
gets grossed out.kidnapped by the Purple Dragons to lure the Turtles out of hiding. [[spoiler:He reveals that he knew that they were Turtles, stating that "I do have other senses", but doesn't care because they saved his life.]]
* Something similar happens to Beast in the '90s ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon. Oddly, Hank thinks Carly is unaware he's a mutant, even though she previously made a joke about his fur. (Though that may be due to her father.) And when her sight is eventually restored (thanks to Beast's help), one of her first comments is how nice she thinks his soft blue fur looks.


* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': [[spoiler:Sajin Komamura]] (monster) and Kaname Tōsen (blind). The interesting twist is that [[spoiler:Komamura]] is a good guy while Tōsen pulls a FaceHeelTurn. [[spoiler: When Tōsen regains his sight, he calls Komamura ugly. As he dies, he apologizes for saying that.]]
* Turned on its head in ''Manga/DetectiveConan''; a rich blind woman states her surprise that Conan is a seven-year old, as she had previously believed him to be a teenager whose voice hadn't cracked yet. Of course, Conan really ''is'' the latter, and gets even more tense when the lady whispers to him that "I can see things others can't see".



* Turned on its head in ''Manga/DetectiveConan''; a rich blind woman states her surprise that Conan is a seven-year old, as she had previously believed him to be a teenager whose voice hadn't cracked yet. Of course, Conan really ''is'' the latter, and gets even more tense when the lady whispers to him that "I can see things others can't see".
* ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' The Chimera Ant King [[spoiler:Meruem]] and the blind girl Komugi.



* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': [[spoiler:Sajin Komamura]] (monster) and Kaname Tōsen (blind). The interesting twist is that [[spoiler:Komamura]] is a good guy while Tōsen pulls a FaceHeelTurn. [[spoiler: When Tōsen regains his sight, he calls Komamura ugly. As he dies, he apologizes for saying that.]]

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': [[spoiler:Sajin Komamura]] (monster) ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' The Chimera Ant King [[spoiler:Meruem]] and Kaname Tōsen (blind). The interesting twist is that [[spoiler:Komamura]] is a good guy while Tōsen pulls a FaceHeelTurn. [[spoiler: When Tōsen regains his sight, he calls Komamura ugly. As he dies, he apologizes for saying that.]]the blind girl Komugi.



* In "The Swamp in Hell" in ''Creepy'' #34 the village blind man invites a swamp monster in for some tea and companionship and the {{Power Of Love}} makes it explode into a roomful of goo.



* In Franchise/{{Batman}} vs the ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'', an old blind tramp who looks a lot like Creator/StanLee advises the Hulk that maybe puny humans would stop trying to hurt him if he showed a little kindness. Hulk thinks he's right. [[spoiler:{{Subverted| trope}} when the tramp is actually a disguised Batman, who needs the Hulk to go with the Joker ([[{{it makes sense in context}} long story]]).]]
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
** Judge Death successfully hid inside a Mega-City One apartment for several weeks because the old landlady was almost completely blind and deaf. He seemed to be a bit amused by her obliviousness and ignored her, but her other tenant wasn't so lucky.
** The Megazine had a story where a blind Mega-City One citizen stumbled upon Judge Fear sitting on a park bench but didn't notice that he was an alien ghoul and sat down next to him. They had a fairly pleasant conversation while the bodies of joggers, families, and Judges who got too close to Fear's deadly gaze kept piling up in front of them.
* In ''ComicBook/PenguinPainAndPrejudice'', the Penguin falls in love with a blind woman, in part due to her not being able to see how ugly he is.



* A short piece in a Mirage ''[[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' special has this happen with Raphael and an old blind woman; the sequence was later adapted as part of an episode of the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 2003 cartoon]].
* In the fifth issue of ''Franchise/{{Superman}}: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel'', Lois Lane's sister Lucy tried to commit suicide after being blinded in an accident. She was rescued by Bizarro, but she thought it was Superman. This was an homage to the first appearance of Bizarro in ''Superboy'' back in the 1950s, where [[TheWoobie Bizarro's]] only friend is a blind girl who doesn't realize he's a monster.



* UndergroundComics artist Carol Lay once made a comic about a woman who was orphaned and raised by an African tribe where all women have plate lips. She gets them too. Then, a group of whites find her and return her to civilization. She finds out that her parents were rich and she inherited everything. Still, she has trouble finding a man. Then she tries this trope by dating a good-looking, ambitious blind man. But then he wants to feel up her face.

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* UndergroundComics artist Carol Lay once made a comic about a woman who In the fifth issue of ''Franchise/{{Superman}}: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel'', Lois Lane's sister Lucy tried to commit suicide after being blinded in an accident. She was orphaned and raised rescued by Bizarro, but she thought it was Superman. This was an African tribe homage to the first appearance of Bizarro in ''Superboy'' back in the 1950s, where all women have plate lips. She gets them too. Then, [[TheWoobie Bizarro's]] only friend is a group of whites find her and return her to civilization. She finds out that her parents were rich and she inherited everything. Still, she has trouble finding a man. Then she tries this trope by dating a good-looking, ambitious blind man. But then he wants to feel up her face.girl who doesn't realize he's a monster.



* In "The Swamp in Hell" in ''Creepy'' #34 the village blind man invites a swamp monster in for some tea and companionship and the {{Power Of Love}} makes it explode into a roomful of goo.
* In ''ComicBook/PenguinPainAndPrejudice'', the Penguin falls in love with a blind woman, in part due to her not being able to see how ugly he is.
* In Franchise/{{Batman}} vs the ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'', an old blind tramp who looks a lot like Creator/StanLee advises the Hulk that maybe puny humans would stop trying to hurt him if he showed a little kindness. Hulk thinks he's right. [[spoiler:{{Subverted| trope}} when the tramp is actually a disguised Batman, who needs the Hulk to go with the Joker ([[{{it makes sense in context}} long story]]).]]
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
** Judge Death successfully hid inside a Mega-City One apartment for several weeks because the old landlady was almost completely blind and deaf. He seemed to be a bit amused by her obliviousness and ignored her, but her other tenant wasn't so lucky.
** The Megazine had a story where a blind Mega-City One citizen stumbled upon Judge Fear sitting on a park bench but didn't notice that he was an alien ghoul and sat down next to him. They had a fairly pleasant conversation while the bodies of joggers, families, and Judges who got too close to Fear's deadly gaze kept piling up in front of them.

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* In "The Swamp A short piece in Hell" in ''Creepy'' #34 the village blind man invites a swamp monster in for some tea and companionship and the {{Power Of Love}} makes it explode into a roomful of goo.
* In ''ComicBook/PenguinPainAndPrejudice'', the Penguin falls in love
Mirage ''[[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' special has this happen with a blind woman, in part due to her not being able to see how ugly he is.
* In Franchise/{{Batman}} vs the ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'',
Raphael and an old blind tramp woman; the sequence was later adapted as part of an episode of the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 2003 cartoon]].
* UndergroundComics artist Carol Lay once made a comic about a woman
who looks was orphaned and raised by an African tribe where all women have plate lips. She gets them too. Then, a lot like Creator/StanLee advises the Hulk group of whites find her and return her to civilization. She finds out that maybe puny humans would stop trying to hurt him if he showed her parents were rich and she inherited everything. Still, she has trouble finding a little kindness. Hulk thinks he's right. [[spoiler:{{Subverted| trope}} when the tramp is actually man. Then she tries this trope by dating a disguised Batman, who needs the Hulk to go with the Joker ([[{{it makes sense in context}} long story]]).]]
* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'':
** Judge Death successfully hid inside a Mega-City One apartment for several weeks because the old landlady was almost completely
good-looking, ambitious blind and deaf. He seemed man. But then he wants to be a bit amused by feel up her obliviousness and ignored her, but her other tenant wasn't so lucky.
** The Megazine had a story where a blind Mega-City One citizen stumbled upon Judge Fear sitting on a park bench but didn't notice that he was an alien ghoul and sat down next to him. They had a fairly pleasant conversation while the bodies of joggers, families, and Judges who got too close to Fear's deadly gaze kept piling up in front of them.
face.



* ''Film/TheAgeOfAdaline'' has a variation with Adaline and her blind friend, who is unable to see that Adaline never aged like she did. Assuming Adaline and she are similar in age physically, she finds it odd that Adaline keeps getting the attention of young men.



* ''Film/YoungFrankenstein'': Heavily parodies ''Film/BrideOfFrankenstein'', even unto the point of subversion. The blind hermit's hospitality to the monster proves rather painful, as he keeps unknowingly injuring his guest (by, for instance, pouring hot soup into his lap instead of into his bowl).



* The title hero of ''Film/TheToxicAvenger'' (a mutant) has a blind girlfriend. A smokin' hot one. When she is finally given sight for the first time in [[Film/TheToxicAvengerPartIIITheLastTemptationOfToxie the third film]], she sees her hot doctor and screams in horror, but thought that her freaky mutated beau was the sexiest man alive.
** Subverted in [[WesternAnimation/ToxicCrusaders the cartoon show]] based on the series. The girlfriend is not blind, just [[DumbBlonde really stupid]].
** The cartoon also parodies this trope by having the girlfriend be incredibly nearsighted and, as luck would have it, having forgot her glasses when she first runs into Toxie. He figures that when she proclaims him to be incredibly handsome, it's because she just can't see him well. When she finds her glasses and screams at the sight of him, he figures it's because she thinks he's hideous... but really it's because she thinks his ''tie'' is really ugly.



* The title hero of ''Film/TheToxicAvenger'' (a mutant) has a blind girlfriend. A smokin' hot one. When she is finally given sight for the first time in [[Film/TheToxicAvengerPartIIITheLastTemptationOfToxie the third film]], she sees her hot doctor and screams in horror, but thought that her freaky mutated beau was the sexiest man alive.
** Subverted in [[WesternAnimation/ToxicCrusaders the cartoon show]] based on the series. The girlfriend is not blind, just [[DumbBlonde really stupid]].
** The cartoon also parodies this trope by having the girlfriend be incredibly nearsighted and, as luck would have it, having forgot her glasses when she first runs into Toxie. He figures that when she proclaims him to be incredibly handsome, it's because she just can't see him well. When she finds her glasses and screams at the sight of him, he figures it's because she thinks he's hideous... but really it's because she thinks his ''tie'' is really ugly.
* A killer who hides his deformed face with a mask starts doubting his way of life in ''Film/UnmaskedPart25'' when he meets a blind girl and falls in love with her.



* A killer who hides his deformed face with a mask starts doubting his way of life in ''Film/UnmaskedPart25'' when he meets a blind girl and falls in love with her.
* ''Film/TheAgeOfAdaline'' has a variation with Adaline and her blind friend, who is unable to see that Adaline never aged like she did. Assuming Adaline and she are similar in age physically, she finds it odd that Adaline keeps getting the attention of young men.

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* A killer who hides his deformed face with a mask starts doubting his way ''Film/YoungFrankenstein'': Heavily parodies ''Film/BrideOfFrankenstein'', even unto the point of life in ''Film/UnmaskedPart25'' when he meets a subversion. The blind girl and falls in love with her.
* ''Film/TheAgeOfAdaline'' has a variation with Adaline and her blind friend, who is unable
hermit's hospitality to see that Adaline never aged like she did. Assuming Adaline and she are similar in age physically, she finds it odd that Adaline the monster proves rather painful, as he keeps getting the attention unknowingly injuring his guest (by, for instance, pouring hot soup into his lap instead of young men.into his bowl).



* In ''Literature/{{Beastly}}'', when the cursed Kyle asks his father for a tutor, his father sends him a blind one even though Kyle didn't specify ''that'' part. Played with in that Kyle nonetheless tells his tutor upfront what he really looks like, but Will is still one of the only people who doesn't treat him as if he's a monster. This also gets a nod at the end of the book, when [[spoiler:Kyle breaking his curse leads to a loophole that gets the tutor back his eyesight. When the tutor sees him for the first time, he's confused because he was expecting Kyle to still look like a monster.]]
* The Hebrew-language short story ''The Blind Woman'' by Jewish-Ukrainian writer Ya‘akov Steinberg tells the story of a blind woman [[ArrangedMarriage whose mother makes her marry a man]]. Her mother lies about pretty much anything regarding the man, who does everything in his power to keep her from finding out about his profession; at the end of the story, [[spoiler:she is horrified to find out he’s an undertaker, a very stigmatised profession back then]].
* The ''Creator/BruceCoville's Book of...'' series has a short story narrated by a basilisk long ago left to guard a treasure-filled tomb. Some robbers force [[DisabilityImmunity a blind boy]] into the tomb to steal stuff for them, and the basilisk strikes up a conversation with him. The story ends with the boy hiding the basilisk in his clothes, and taking him out when the robbers demand to see what he found in the tomb.
* [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Carly]], the [[TheGrotesque deformed]] SerialKiller in F Paul Wilson's ''Faces'' becomes TheCaretaker to an old blind woman who in addition to having no reason to care what she looks like, is also the only person to treat Carly with kindness.
* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', one of the regulars at a bar for the undead is Mrs. Gammage, a nearly-blind gray-haired and rather senile old lady who thinks it's the same (normal) bar she patronized decades ago. She thinks the other monsters are just regulars and is friendly to all of them, and they take care of her in kind; anyone who bothers her won't live long enough to regret it.



* In Creator/RobertSilverberg's short story "To See the Invisible Man" (which was also adapted as an episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985''), a man sentenced to a year of "societal" invisibility manages a brief conversation with a blind man, who ends up rejecting him just like everybody else. Though, in this case, the blind man could have been arrested for talking to him. That's the point of the sentence, after all (to the point that the "invisible" man was able to waltz into a women's spa and gawk at them, and they couldn't do anything about it).



* In ''Things Not Seen'', the invisible main character befriends a blind girl, and later falls in love with her.
* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', one of the regulars at a bar for the undead is Mrs. Gammage, a nearly-blind gray-haired and rather senile old lady who thinks it's the same (normal) bar she patronized decades ago. She thinks the other monsters are just regulars and is friendly to all of them, and they take care of her in kind; anyone who bothers her won't live long enough to regret it.
* Victor Hugo's ''Literature/TheManWhoLaughs'' has this with [[SlasherSmile Gwynplaine]] and the blind Dea.



* In ''Literature/{{Beastly}}'', when the cursed Kyle asks his father for a tutor, his father sends him a blind one even though Kyle didn't specify ''that'' part. Played with in that Kyle nonetheless tells his tutor upfront what he really looks like, but Will is still one of the only people who doesn't treat him as if he's a monster. This also gets a nod at the end of the book, when [[spoiler:Kyle breaking his curse leads to a loophole that gets the tutor back his eyesight. When the tutor sees him for the first time, he's confused because he was expecting Kyle to still look like a monster.]]

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* In ''Literature/{{Beastly}}'', when Victor Hugo's ''Literature/TheManWhoLaughs'' has this with [[SlasherSmile Gwynplaine]] and the cursed Kyle asks his father for blind Dea.
* ''Marianela,''
a tutor, his father sends him Spanish novel by Benito Pérez Galdós. An orphaned girl disfigured in an accident befriends a blind one even though Kyle didn't specify ''that'' part. Played with in that Kyle nonetheless tells boy. [[spoiler:Surgery restores his tutor upfront what he really looks like, but Will is still one of the only people who doesn't treat him as if he's a monster. This also gets a nod at the end of the book, sight, and she attempts suicide when [[spoiler:Kyle breaking his curse leads to a loophole that gets the tutor back his eyesight. When the tutor sees him for the first time, he's confused because he was expecting Kyle to still look like a monster.marries someone else.]]



* The ''Creator/BruceCoville's Book of...'' series has a short story narrated by a basilisk long ago left to guard a treasure-filled tomb. Some robbers force [[DisabilityImmunity a blind boy]] into the tomb to steal stuff for them, and the basilisk strikes up a conversation with him. The story ends with the boy hiding the basilisk in his clothes, and taking him out when the robbers demand to see what he found in the tomb.
* The Hebrew-language short story ''The Blind Woman'' by Jewish-Ukrainian writer Ya‘akov Steinberg tells the story of a blind woman [[ArrangedMarriage whose mother makes her marry a man]]. Her mother lies about pretty much anything regarding the man, who does everything in his power to keep her from finding out about his profession; at the end of the story, [[spoiler:she is horrified to find out he’s an undertaker, a very stigmatised profession back then]].
* ''Marianela,'' a Spanish novel by Benito Pérez Galdós. An orphaned girl disfigured in an accident befriends a blind boy. [[spoiler:Surgery restores his sight, and she attempts suicide when he marries someone else.]]
* In a "Sweet Dreams" novel, a girl falls in love with a boy who was blinded in a car accident a year earlier. His girlfriend was killed as well. When the boy asks the girl to describe herself, she lies and claims to be blonde and blue-eyed, as his girlfriend was. When she finally admits the truth--she has dark hair and green eyes, he tells her that he already knew--the hesitancy in her voice tipped him off to the fact that she was lying and as such, he asked his mother to describe her to him.
* [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Carly]], the [[TheGrotesque deformed]] SerialKiller in F Paul Wilson's ''Faces'' becomes TheCaretaker to an old blind woman who in addition to having no reason to care what she looks like, is also the only person to treat Carly with kindness.

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* The ''Creator/BruceCoville's Book of...'' series has a short story narrated by a basilisk long ago left to guard a treasure-filled tomb. Some robbers force [[DisabilityImmunity a blind boy]] into the tomb to steal stuff for them, and the basilisk strikes up a conversation with him. The story ends with the boy hiding the basilisk in his clothes, and taking him out when the robbers demand to see what he found in the tomb.
* The Hebrew-language short story ''The Blind Woman'' by Jewish-Ukrainian writer Ya‘akov Steinberg tells the story of a blind woman [[ArrangedMarriage whose mother makes her marry a man]]. Her mother lies about pretty much anything regarding the man, who does everything in his power to keep her from finding out about his profession; at the end of the story, [[spoiler:she is horrified to find out he’s an undertaker, a very stigmatised profession back then]].
* ''Marianela,'' a Spanish novel by Benito Pérez Galdós. An orphaned girl disfigured in an accident befriends a blind boy. [[spoiler:Surgery restores his sight, and she attempts suicide when he marries someone else.]]
* In a "Sweet Dreams" ''Sweet Dreams'' novel, a girl falls in love with a boy who was blinded in a car accident a year earlier. His girlfriend was killed as well. When the boy asks the girl to describe herself, she lies and claims to be blonde and blue-eyed, as his girlfriend was. When she finally admits the truth--she has dark hair and green eyes, he tells her that he already knew--the hesitancy in her voice tipped him off to the fact that she was lying and as such, he asked his mother to describe her to him.
* [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Carly]], In ''Things Not Seen'', the [[TheGrotesque deformed]] SerialKiller in F Paul Wilson's ''Faces'' becomes TheCaretaker to an old invisible main character befriends a blind woman who girl, and later falls in addition to having no reason to care what she looks like, is love with her.
* In Creator/RobertSilverberg's short story "To See the Invisible Man" (which was
also the only person adapted as an episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985''), a man sentenced to treat Carly a year of "societal" invisibility manages a brief conversation with kindness.a blind man, who ends up rejecting him just like everybody else. Though, in this case, the blind man could have been arrested for talking to him. That's the point of the sentence, after all (to the point that the "invisible" man was able to waltz into a women's spa and gawk at them, and they couldn't do anything about it).


* In Creator/RobertSilverberg's short story "To See the Invisible Man" (which was also adapted as an episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985''), a man sentenced to a year of "societal" invisibility manages a brief conversation with a blind man, who ends up rejecting him just like everybody else. Though, in this case, the blind man could have been arrested for talking to him. That's the point of the sentence, after all (to the point that the "invisible" man was able to waltz into a women's spa and gawk at them, and they can't do anything about it).

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* In Creator/RobertSilverberg's short story "To See the Invisible Man" (which was also adapted as an episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985''), a man sentenced to a year of "societal" invisibility manages a brief conversation with a blind man, who ends up rejecting him just like everybody else. Though, in this case, the blind man could have been arrested for talking to him. That's the point of the sentence, after all (to the point that the "invisible" man was able to waltz into a women's spa and gawk at them, and they can't couldn't do anything about it).


* In the original ''Literature/{{Frankenstein}}'', the monster learns to speak by hiding in a house where a blind old man, his son and daughter-in-law live and listening to them talk. After a while, he approaches the old man while the others are out and asks for his help. But the rest of the family returns at this point and chases the monster away. This experience leads the monster to vow revenge on Victor Frankenstein.

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* In the original ''Literature/{{Frankenstein}}'', the monster learns to speak by hiding in a house where a blind old man, his son son, daughter, and daughter-in-law live and listening to them talk. After a while, he approaches the old man while the others are out and asks for his help. But the rest of the family returns at this point and chases the monster away. This experience leads the monster to vow revenge on Victor Frankenstein.


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* The main character of ''Film/{{Mask}}'' (1985) has a degenerative disease which has greatly disfigured his face, but this doesn't stop him from finding romance with a blind girl during a summer camp job.

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* The main character of ''Film/{{Mask}}'' ''Film/{{Mask|1985}}'' (1985) has a degenerative disease which has greatly disfigured his face, but this doesn't stop him from finding romance with a blind girl during a summer camp job.



* Used in ''Film/FantasticFour2005'': Ben Grimm's fiancée leaves him after his transformation into The Thing. Later, he's drowning his sorrows in a bar and meets Alicia Masters, a blind girl. Brings up a valid question:
--> '''Johnny:''' So how do you... you know.
--> '''Ben:''' ''That's none of your business!''
** Alicia does soon touch his face and learn the truth, which averts the trope a bit.

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* Used in ''Film/FantasticFour2005'': Ben Grimm's fiancée leaves him after his transformation into The Thing. Later, he's drowning his sorrows in a bar and meets Alicia Masters, a blind girl. Alicia does soon touch his face and learn the truth, which averts the trope a bit. Brings up a valid question:
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'''Ben:''' ''That's none of your business!''
** Alicia does soon touch his face and learn the truth, which averts the trope a bit.
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* ''Theatre/{{Starship}}'': When Bug, the main character and a young bug, first meets February, a human Starship ranger who has been "wrangled" (taken captive and temporarily blinded) for the purpose of having eggs implanted in her chest, [[LoveAtFirstSight they fall for each other]]. This is at least partially owed to the combination of [[AliensSpeakingEnglish Bug's impeccable English]] and the fact that February can't see that he's not actually human.
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** Luthor is one [[http://www.unintentionallypretentious.com/index.asp?c=155 sexy]] beast.






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* ''Theatre/{{Starship}}'': When Bug, the main character and a young bug, first meets February, a human Starship ranger who has been "wrangled" (taken captive and temporarily blinded) for the purpose of having eggs implanted in her chest, [[LoveAtFirstSight they fall for each other]]. This is at least partially owed to the combination of [[AliensSpeakingEnglish Bug's impeccable English]] and the fact that February can't see that he's not actually human.

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* ''Theatre/{{Starship}}'': When Bug, the main character and a young bug, first meets February, a human Starship ranger who has been "wrangled" (taken captive and temporarily blinded) for the purpose of having eggs implanted in her chest, [[LoveAtFirstSight they fall for each other]]. This is at least partially owed to the combination of [[AliensSpeakingEnglish Bug's impeccable English]] and the fact that February can't see that he's not actually human.
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-->'''Sherry Bobbins:''' It's good to see you, Willie.
-->'''Groundskeeper Willie:''' That's not what yer said the first time yer saw me!
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' rather [[BlackComedy dickishly]] parodies ''Film/{{Mask}}'' [[note]]the 1985 film starring Cher, not the 1994 comedy with Creator/JimCarrey[[/note]]. A man with degenerative disease, which has greatly disfigured his face, finds romance with a blind girl during a summer camp job. She touches his face and promptly gets grossed out.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' rather [[BlackComedy dickishly]] parodies ''Film/{{Mask}}'' ''Film/{{Mask|1985}}'' [[note]]the 1985 film starring Cher, not the 1994 comedy with Creator/JimCarrey[[/note]]. A man with degenerative disease, which has greatly disfigured his face, finds romance with a blind girl during a summer camp job. She touches his face and promptly gets grossed out.
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* One episode of ''Series/KishiryuSentaiRyusoulger'' introduces the [[HumongousMecha Kishiryu]] Dimevolcano, who has a fearsome appearance. Dimevolcano strikes up a friendship with a boy in the hospital with bandages over his eyes. Ultimately, after various adventures, the bandages are removed and the boy, naturally, is not scared of Dimevolcano.



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* ''VideoGame/TheLiarPrincessAndTheBlindPrince'' has this as its premise, with the Beast being a monster wolf who disguises herself as a human girl in order to interact with her love, a young prince who's been blinded.


* Buu of ''Anime/DragonballZ'' meets a blind kid who didn't know his appearance. After realizing he wasn't frightened, Buu figured out the problem and used his magic to heal the boy's eyes. Afterwards the boy was very grateful, and still didn't find anything unusual about Buu's appearance because Buu was the first person he'd ever actually seen, thus he had no basis for comparison. Buu doesn't kill him, a hint that he isn't a bad guy. But it's practically confirmed that the evil Buu kills this kid later, since [[OmnicidalManiac he killed everybody on Earth]].

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* Buu of ''Anime/DragonballZ'' meets a blind kid who didn't know his appearance. After realizing he wasn't frightened, Buu figured out the problem and used his magic to heal the boy's eyes. Afterwards the boy was very grateful, and still didn't find anything unusual about Buu's appearance because Buu was the first person he'd ever actually seen, thus he had no basis for comparison. Buu Buu, happy that someone is treating him with kindness rather than fear, doesn't kill him, a hint the kid, hinting that he isn't a bad guy. But it's practically confirmed that the as pure evil Buu kills this kid later, since [[OmnicidalManiac as everyone assumes he killed everybody on Earth]].is.


* On ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'' there was an episode where the two humans pretended to be apes when talking to a blind ape girl who was prejudiced against humans.

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* On ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'' there was an episode where ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'': In "The Deception", the blind female chimpanzee Fauna falls in love with Burke, whom she thinks is a chimpanzee named Pargo. Fauna hates humans as she believes that two humans pretended to be apes when talking to a blind ape girl who was prejudiced against humans.killed her father Lucian.


** Played straight (with a twist) in "Stench and Stenchibility". Zoidberg is unable to find a woman who can stand his bodily odor, until he meets a flower girl who has no sense of smell.

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** Played straight (with a twist) in "Stench and Stenchibility". Zoidberg is unable to find a woman who can stand his bodily odor, until he meets Marianne, a flower girl who has no sense of smell.smell. However, Zoidberg [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy loves Marianne so much]] he performs an operation that will finally let her smell even though she'll most likely be repulsed by him. [[spoiler: She's not. Since she never learned the difference between a good smell and a bad smell, she grows to love Zoidberg's stench because she loves him so much.]]

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