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** ''CowboyBebopAtHisComputer/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''

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** ''CowboyBebopAtHisComputer/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''''CowboyBebopAtHisComputer/MyLittlePony''


Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See also FandomEnragingMisconception (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. Also see NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. May also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.

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Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See also FandomEnragingMisconception (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) anything but]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. Also see NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. May also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.


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* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer/{{Other}}CowboyBebopAtHisComputer/OtherMedia


Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See also FandomEnragingMisconception (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. Also see NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. This can also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.

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Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See also FandomEnragingMisconception (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. Also see NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. This can May also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.


This rule apparently doesn't apply much to works of fiction. Maybe the news media doesn't seem to care as much about it in question as about whatever effect it had. But that's no reason to make an error that could have been avoided by looking into the material a bit, especially if said error involves serious accusations like blaming a child's death on imitating something they saw on TV. This often results in examples either factually incorrect, from minor to grossly wrong like the TropeNamer, or taking some "facts" from TheThemeParkVersion of a larger entity, which to some is much worse than just not doing the research.

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This rule apparently doesn't apply much to works of fiction. Maybe the news media doesn't seem to care as much about it in question as about whatever effect it had. But that's no reason to make an error that could have been avoided by looking into the material a bit, especially if said error involves serious accusations like blaming a child's death on imitating something they saw on TV. This often results in examples either factually incorrect, from minor to grossly wrong like the TropeNamer, TropeNamer [[Anime/CowboyBebop itself]], or taking some "facts" from TheThemeParkVersion of a larger entity, which to some is much worse than just not doing the research.


Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See FandomEnragingMisconception (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. See also NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. This can also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.

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Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See also FandomEnragingMisconception (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. See also Also see NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. This can also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.


This rule apparently doesn't apply much to works of fiction. Maybe the news media doesn't seem to care as much about it in question as about whatever effect it had. But that's no reason to make an error that could have been avoided by looking into the material a bit, especially if said error involves serious accusations like blaming a child's death on imitating something they saw on TV. This often results in examples either factually incorrect, from minor to grossly wrong like the trope namer, or taking some "facts" from TheThemeParkVersion of a larger entity, which to some is much worse than just not doing the research.

Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See FandomEnragingMisconception when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong. IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. See NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. See also AnimationAgeGhetto for when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as child-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]. For a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}, see AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles. This can also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.

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This rule apparently doesn't apply much to works of fiction. Maybe the news media doesn't seem to care as much about it in question as about whatever effect it had. But that's no reason to make an error that could have been avoided by looking into the material a bit, especially if said error involves serious accusations like blaming a child's death on imitating something they saw on TV. This often results in examples either factually incorrect, from minor to grossly wrong like the trope namer, TropeNamer, or taking some "facts" from TheThemeParkVersion of a larger entity, which to some is much worse than just not doing the research.

Subtrope of CommonKnowledge. Compare ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch. See FandomEnragingMisconception when (when it's the ''fans'' who get the names wrong.wrong), AnimationAgeGhetto (when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as family-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]) and AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles (a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}). IAmNotShazam is a key trope involved. Also compare DanBrowned, the version for ''fictional'' works. See also NewMediaAreEvil, though if you find yourself constantly annoyed by this kind of thing then you probably believe OldMediaAreEvil. See also AnimationAgeGhetto for when people dismiss various kinds of cartoons as child-friendly [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids when they, in fact, are not]]. For a problem endemic to {{Anime}} and {{Manga}}, see AllAnimeIsNaughtyTentacles.OldMediaAreEvil. This can also overlap with a ShallowParody if the parodists in question are really careless with their research. This is basically the RealLife version of CriticalResearchFailure.


This is when the media reports blatantly incorrect facts about a creative work that any fan or even just someone with any kind of passing knowledge of said work would know to be wrong. It seems like some people just can't be bothered to do any fact-checking. Let's face it sometimes, it's easy to do. But what about the news? Newspapers, a NewsBroadcast, national news, etc.? It is in their job description to do at least ''some'' research, to make sure they aren't stating factual untruths.

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This is when the media reports blatantly incorrect facts about a creative work that any fan or -- in the most egregious cases -- even just someone with any kind of passing knowledge of said work would know to be wrong. It seems like some people just can't be bothered to do any fact-checking. Let's face it -- sometimes, it's easy to do. But what about the news? Newspapers, a NewsBroadcast, national news, etc.? It is in their job description to do at least ''some'' research, to make sure they aren't stating factual untruths.


This is when the media reports blatantly incorrect facts about a creative work that any fan or casual observer would know to be wrong. It seems like some people just can't be bothered to do any fact-checking. Let's face it sometimes, it's easy to do. But what about the news? Newspapers, a NewsBroadcast, national news, etc.? It is in their job description to do at least ''some'' research, to make sure they aren't stating factual untruths.

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This is when the media reports blatantly incorrect facts about a creative work that any fan or casual observer even just someone with any kind of passing knowledge of said work would know to be wrong. It seems like some people just can't be bothered to do any fact-checking. Let's face it sometimes, it's easy to do. But what about the news? Newspapers, a NewsBroadcast, national news, etc.? It is in their job description to do at least ''some'' research, to make sure they aren't stating factual untruths.

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->[-"''[[SelfDemonstratingArticle TV Tropes is a TV channel who depicts various clichéd elements]] [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs where even sitting on a chair is applicable to a work.]] [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife You can waste a whole day watching it!]]''-]"

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[[caption-width-right:348:[-"Cowboy" means BountyHunter, "Be'''b'''op" is the name of the CoolStarship, that [[ViewerGenderConfusion girl's]] name is [[GenderBlenderName Ed]], and that's not ''her'' computer.-]]]

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[[caption-width-right:348:[-"Cowboy" means BountyHunter, "Be'''b'''op" is the name of the CoolStarship, that [[ViewerGenderConfusion girl's]] name is [[GenderBlenderName Ed]], and no, that's not ''her'' computer.-]]]


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[[caption-width-right:348:For starters, [[ViewerGenderConfusion the picture shows a girl]]. Her [[IAmNotShazam name]] is [[GenderBlenderName Ed]].[[note]]The main character of the series is a man with dark green hair named Spike; you'd never confuse Ed for him. "Cowboy" is in-universe slang for "bounty hunter" and is not a character's name, and Ed probably wouldn't qualify for the title. "Bebop" is the name of their ship. The series never uses the capitalization "[[CamelCase BeBop]]". The computer does not belong to Ed, and it's more than just that [[ComputerEqualsMonitor keyboard and monitor]] in the pic. As such, the only correct words in the caption are "Kid", "at", and "Bandai".[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:348:For starters, [[caption-width-right:348:[-"Cowboy" means BountyHunter, "Be'''b'''op" is the name of the CoolStarship, that [[ViewerGenderConfusion the picture shows a girl]]. Her [[IAmNotShazam name]] girl's]] name is [[GenderBlenderName Ed]].[[note]]The main character of the series is a man with dark green hair named Spike; you'd never confuse Ed for him. "Cowboy" is in-universe slang for "bounty hunter" Ed]], and is that's not a character's name, and Ed probably wouldn't qualify for the title. "Bebop" is the name of their ship. The series never uses the capitalization "[[CamelCase BeBop]]". The computer does ''her'' computer.-]]]
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[-"''[[SelfDemonstratingArticle TV Tropes is a TV channel who depicts various clichéd elements]] [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs where even sitting on a chair is applicable to a work.]] [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife You can waste a whole day watching it!]]''-]"

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[-"''[[SelfDemonstratingArticle ->[-"''[[SelfDemonstratingArticle TV Tropes is a TV channel who depicts various clichéd elements]] [[Administrivia/PeopleSitOnChairs where even sitting on a chair is applicable to a work.]] [[TVTropesWillRuinYourLife You can waste a whole day watching it!]]''-]"it!]]''-]"

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[[caption-width-right:348:For starters, [[ViewerGenderConfusion the picture shows a girl]]. Her [[IAmNotShazam name]] is [[GenderBlenderName Ed]].[[note]]The main character of the series is a man with dark green hair named Spike; you'd never confuse Ed for him. "Cowboy" is in-universe slang for "bounty hunter" and is not a character's name, and Ed probably wouldn't qualify for the title. "Bebop" is the name of their ship. The series never uses the capitalization "[[CamelCase BeBop]]". The computer does not belong to Ed. As such, the only correct words in the caption are "Kid", "at", and "Bandai".[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:348:For starters, [[ViewerGenderConfusion the picture shows a girl]]. Her [[IAmNotShazam name]] is [[GenderBlenderName Ed]].[[note]]The main character of the series is a man with dark green hair named Spike; you'd never confuse Ed for him. "Cowboy" is in-universe slang for "bounty hunter" and is not a character's name, and Ed probably wouldn't qualify for the title. "Bebop" is the name of their ship. The series never uses the capitalization "[[CamelCase BeBop]]". The computer does not belong to Ed.Ed, and it's more than just that [[ComputerEqualsMonitor keyboard and monitor]] in the pic. As such, the only correct words in the caption are "Kid", "at", and "Bandai".[[/note]]]]

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