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* ''The Amazing Story Of Superman Red And Superman Blue'' - Superman's two halves dress in [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly those colors]].

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* ''The Amazing Story Of Superman Red And and Superman Blue'' - -- Superman's two halves dress in [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly those colors]].



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* In an episode of ''Series/Charmed1998'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she was wearing.

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* In an episode of ''Series/Charmed1998'', ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured different-colored shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt color she was wearing.



** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion "The Android Invasion"]], androids impersonate the Doctor and Sarah in each other's presence on two separate occasions. The Doctor realizes that the Sarah duplicate is not real because she was wearing a scarf that the real Sarah lost.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The Big Bang"]], the Doctor meets himself. One of the two Doctors wears a [[NiceHat fez]] and holds a mop.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E5TheRebelFlesh "The Rebel Flesh"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]], the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking he's the doppelgänger.]]

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** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion The Android Invasion"]], Invasion]]", androids impersonate the Doctor and Sarah in each other's presence on two separate occasions. The Doctor realizes that the Sarah duplicate is not real because she was wearing a scarf that the real Sarah lost.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang The Big Bang"]], Bang]]", the Doctor meets himself. One of the two Doctors wears a [[NiceHat fez]] and holds a mop.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E5TheRebelFlesh "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E5TheRebelFlesh The Rebel Flesh"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Flesh]]"/"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople The Almost People"]], People]]", the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking he's the doppelgänger.]]



* In a late fourth-season episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', Sabrina is pressured by her two friends Harvey and Josh and her two aunts Hilda and Zelda to make different plans after high school. Sabrina ends up involuntary splitting herself into four to please all of them and each duplicate attends a formal with each respective character wearing a different colored dress. At the end, she pulls herself together and wears one dress with all four colors and decides to [[TakeAThirdOption go to the college of her choice, Adams]].

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In a late fourth-season episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', episode, Sabrina is pressured by her two friends Harvey and Josh and her two aunts Hilda and Zelda to make different plans after high school. Sabrina ends up involuntary splitting herself into four to please all of them and each duplicate attends a formal with each respective character wearing a different colored dress. At the end, she pulls herself together and wears one dress with all four colors and decides to [[TakeAThirdOption go to the college of her choice, Adams]].



* In the ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "Second Chances", "Thomas" Riker, a duplicate William Riker created in a transporter accident, wears a gold "Ops" uniform instead of Will's red Command uniform. Both Rikers also [[GrowingtheBeard grew a beard]] in the years since the accident, although Thomas' beard is fuller.
** This comes up again when Thomas shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''. The first thing he does after dropping his impersonation of his clone is to remove a couple of prosthetic sideburns, showing that he's chosen to distinguish himself from Will by growing a goatee... [[EvilTwin among other things.]] His desire to establish himself as a separate and distinct person from his 'brother', at ''any'' cost, is what drives the plot of the episode.

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In the ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "Second Chances", "Thomas" Riker, a duplicate William Riker created in a transporter accident, wears a gold "Ops" uniform instead of Will's red Command uniform. Both Rikers also [[GrowingtheBeard grew a beard]] in the years since the accident, although Thomas' beard is fuller.
** This comes up again when Thomas shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''. The first thing he does after dropping his impersonation of his clone is to remove a couple of prosthetic sideburns, showing that he's chosen to distinguish himself from Will by growing a goatee... [[EvilTwin among other things.]] His desire to establish himself as a separate and distinct person from his 'brother', "brother", at ''any'' cost, is what drives the plot of the episode.



* During the ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' Citadel DLC, you can go up against various duplicates of Shepard in the Armax Arena, though they wear a grey-and-blue version of the default N7 armor. [[spoiler: The Shepard-clone from the 'story' aspect of the DLC also wears this grey-and-blue variant if you are wearing the standard black-and-red N7. If you aren't, the clone wears the black-and-red.]][[/folder]]

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* During the ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' Citadel DLC, you can go up against various duplicates of Shepard in the Armax Arena, though they wear a grey-and-blue version of the default N7 armor. [[spoiler: The Shepard-clone from the 'story' "story" aspect of the DLC also wears this grey-and-blue variant if you are wearing the standard black-and-red N7. If you aren't, the clone wears the black-and-red.]][[/folder]]

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* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'', Leela decides to look inside Professor Farnsworth's secret box that she's guarding due to the outcome of a coin flip. Once inside, [[PaletteSwap palette-swapped]] versions of her friends appear and remark how she dyed her hair purple, since the Leela in the alternate universe contained within the box is a red-head.

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* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', Leela decides to look inside Professor Farnsworth's secret box that she's guarding due to the outcome of a coin flip. Once inside, [[PaletteSwap palette-swapped]] versions of her friends appear and remark how she dyed her hair purple, since the Leela in the alternate universe contained within the box is a red-head.



* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase'', the cyber versions of Mystery Inc. wear the gang's classic 70's outfits, as opposed to the real Mystery Inc. who had since had their outfits updated.
** Except for the cyber version of Shaggy, who wore his 1980s-era red and blue outfit since the "real" Shaggy had reverted to his original green and maroon outfit by this time.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheCyberChase'', the cyber versions of Mystery Inc. wear the gang's classic 70's '70s outfits, as opposed to the real Mystery Inc. who had since had their outfits updated.
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updated. Except for the cyber version of Shaggy, who wore his 1980s-era red and blue outfit since the "real" Shaggy had reverted to his original green and maroon outfit by this time.









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* In ''3x3Eyes'' Pai is cloned. The clone almost immediately gets a different hairstyle to distinguish her from the original Pai.

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* In ''3x3Eyes'' ''Manga/SazanEyes'', Pai is cloned. The clone almost immediately gets a different hairstyle to distinguish her from the original Pai.



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* In some reboots of the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'', Triplicate/Duplicate Girl wears a multi-colored costume that her split versions wear one color of each.

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* In some reboots of the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'', ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', Triplicate/Duplicate Girl wears a multi-colored costume that her split versions wear one color of each.



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* In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin's duplication of his "good" half is immediately distinguishable for combing his hair flat.
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she was wearing.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'', ''Series/Charmed1998'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she was wearing.



** In the classic serial [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion "The Android Invasion"]], androids impersonate the Doctor and Sarah in each other's presence on two separate occasions. The Doctor realizes that the Sarah duplicate is not real because she was wearing a scarf that the real Sarah lost.

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** In the classic serial [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion "The Android Invasion"]], androids impersonate the Doctor and Sarah in each other's presence on two separate occasions. The Doctor realizes that the Sarah duplicate is not real because she was wearing a scarf that the real Sarah lost.



** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E5TheRebelFlesh "The Rebel Flesh"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]], the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking it's the doppelganger]].
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'': When John Crichton was "twinned," one wore a green shirt most of the time while the other wore black. "Green John" was notably perturbed that he couldn't wear black, as well as that the John who escaped on Talyn with Aeryn had taken his favorite pulse pistol, Wynona.

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** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E5TheRebelFlesh "The Rebel Flesh"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]], the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking it's he's the doppelganger]].
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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'': When John Crichton was "twinned," "twinned", one wore a green shirt most of the time while the other wore black. "Green John" was notably perturbed that he couldn't wear black, as well as that the John who escaped on Talyn with Aeryn had taken his favorite pulse pistol, Wynona.



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* In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin's duplication of his "good" half is immediately distinguishable for combing his hair flat.
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* In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin's duplication of his "good" half is immediately distinguishable for combing his hair flat.
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[[caption-width-right:279:Which one is the real Diane?[[note]]None of them! From left to right: Grace, Justin, and Ellen.[[/note]]]]


* In an episode of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she was wearing.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she was wearing.


* ''Spy Kids''
** In ''Film/SpyKids'', Floop builds several Spy Kid robots, including a pair who look exactly like Carmen and Juni, except wearing a mass-produced outfit. When the real Carmen and Juni meet their duplicates, they get confused about it at first as the robots are much stronger and more hostile.

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* ''Spy Kids''
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** In ''Film/SpyKids'', ''Film/SpyKids1'', Floop builds several Spy Kid robots, including a pair who look exactly like Carmen and Juni, except wearing a mass-produced outfit. When the real Carmen and Juni meet their duplicates, they get confused about it at first as the robots are much stronger and more hostile.

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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Ellen can [[http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp/2017-06-05-ellen-demo-7 transform someone into a doppelganger of someone else]] but can't affect their clothes resulting in this.


* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Double Dipper", the photocopies of Dipper have blank spots on their hats where Dipper has a pine tree. They use felt tip markers to draw numbers on the hats so they can tell each other apart.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Double Dipper", the photocopies of Dipper have blank spots on their hats where Dipper has a pine tree.tree, along with lacking the bow tie Dipper wore for the party. They use felt tip markers to draw numbers on the hats so they can tell each other apart.

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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daler_Mehndi Daler Mehndi]]'s SurrealMusicVideo for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTIIMJ9tUc8 Tunak Tunak Tun]]" features a variant with several duplicates of Mehndi dancing in {{Palette Swap}}ped versions of the same robe and turban.
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* During the ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' Citadel DLC, you can go up against various duplicates of Shepard in the Armax Arena, though they wear a grey-and-blue version of the default N7 armor. [[spoiler: The Shepard-clone from the 'story' aspect of the DLC also wears this grey-and-blue variant if you are wearing the standard black-and-red N7. If you aren't, the clone wears the black-and-red.[[/folder]]

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* During the ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' Citadel DLC, you can go up against various duplicates of Shepard in the Armax Arena, though they wear a grey-and-blue version of the default N7 armor. [[spoiler: The Shepard-clone from the 'story' aspect of the DLC also wears this grey-and-blue variant if you are wearing the standard black-and-red N7. If you aren't, the clone wears the black-and-red.[[/folder]]
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* During the ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' Citadel DLC, you can go up against various duplicates of Shepard in the Armax Arena, though they wear a grey-and-blue version of the default N7 armor. [[spoiler: The Shepard-clone from the 'story' aspect of the DLC also wears this grey-and-blue variant if you are wearing the standard black-and-red N7. If you aren't, the clone wears the black-and-red.[[/folder]]

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* Played with in ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'', where one of the heroines, Harem, can be in 5 places at once, though all her copies of herself share one mind. Over the years, the five copies have started to differentiate their outfits and even their personalities, despite technically still being one person with one mind.



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* Played with in ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'', where one of the heroines, Harem, can be in 5 places at once, though all her copies of herself share one mind. Over the years, the five copies have started to differentiate their outfits and even their personalities, despite technically still being one person with one mind.
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* In a late fourth-season episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', Sabrina is pressured by her two friends Harvey and Josh and her two aunts Hilda and Zelda to make different plans after high school. Sabrina ends up involuntary splitting herself into four to please all of them and each duplicate attends a formal with each respective character wearing a different colored dress. At the end, she pulls herself together and wears one dress with all four colors and decides to [[TakeAThirdOption go to the college of her choice, Adams]].
** A seventh-season episode had Sabrina create a [[Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano]] to help her express her love to Aaron; Cyrano looked exactly like her but with a comically-long nose. During the episode, a jealous Sabrina uses a spell to swap noses, and Aaron confusedly looks at both and asks if they changed outfits.

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* In a late fourth-season an episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', Sabrina is pressured by her ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Prue creates two friends Harvey and Josh and her two aunts Hilda and Zelda to make clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different plans after high school. Sabrina coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up involuntary splitting herself into four at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to please all of them break the bad news and each duplicate attends a formal with each respective character wearing a different colored dress. At the end, ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she pulls herself together and wears one dress with all four colors and decides to [[TakeAThirdOption go to the college of her choice, Adams]].
** A seventh-season episode had Sabrina create a [[Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano]] to help her express her love to Aaron; Cyrano looked exactly like her but with a comically-long nose. During the episode, a jealous Sabrina uses a spell to swap noses, and Aaron confusedly looks at both and asks if they changed outfits.
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** In "The Rebel Flesh"/"The Almost People", the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking it's the doppelganger]].
** In the classic ''Doctor Who'' serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion The Android Invasion]]", androids impersonate the Doctor and Sarah in each other's presence on two separate occasions. The Doctor realizes that the Sarah duplicate is not real because she was wearing a scarf that the real Sarah lost.
** In "The Big Bang", the Doctor meets himself. One of the two Doctors wears a [[NiceHat fez]] and holds a mop.

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** In "The Rebel Flesh"/"The Almost People", the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking it's the doppelganger]].
** In the classic ''Doctor Who'' serial "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E4TheAndroidInvasion "The Android Invasion]]", Invasion"]], androids impersonate the Doctor and Sarah in each other's presence on two separate occasions. The Doctor realizes that the Sarah duplicate is not real because she was wearing a scarf that the real Sarah lost.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The Big Bang", Bang"]], the Doctor meets himself. One of the two Doctors wears a [[NiceHat fez]] and holds a mop.mop.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E5TheRebelFlesh "The Rebel Flesh"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E6TheAlmostPeople "The Almost People"]], the Doctor and his {{doppelganger}} are wearing different shoes. [[spoiler:While offscreen together, they swap shoes, causing Amy to reveal secret information to the Doctor thinking it's the doppelganger]].



* In a late fourth-season episode of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', Sabrina is pressured by her two friends Harvey and Josh and her two aunts Hilda and Zelda to make different plans after high school. Sabrina ends up involuntary splitting herself into four to please all of them and each duplicate attends a formal with each respective character wearing a different colored dress. At the end, she pulls herself together and wears one dress with all four colors and decides to [[TakeAThirdOption go to the college of her choice, Adams]].
** A seventh-season episode had Sabrina create a [[Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano]] to help her express her love to Aaron; Cyrano looked exactly like her but with a comically-long nose. During the episode, a jealous Sabrina uses a spell to swap noses, and Aaron confusedly looks at both and asks if they changed outfits.



* In an episode of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Prue creates two clones of herself which are distinguished by wearing different coloured shirts. Later in the episode one of the clones is killed by a demon and ends up at the morgue. Prue's boyfriend turns up to break the bad news and ends up very confused when Piper mutters "thank god" on hearing what colour shirt she was wearing.



* In ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'', Sabrina enthusiastically signs up for more extracurricular activities than she can handle. She uses magic to conjure up two copies of herself and coordinates her three selves through a schedule and colored jerseys.



* Hacker in ''WesternAnimation/{{Cyberchase}}'' points out this trope when confronted with an artificial duplicate controlled by Digit from the inside. Since the false Hacker was built in a factory on Symmetria, the duplicate is perfectly symmetrical, and Hacker [[FashionableAsymmetry asks the duplicate about its missing pocket protector]].
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' once decided [[TripleShifter he didn't have enough time to be a superhero and enjoy a weekend with his friends]], so he divided himself in half to split his responsibilities. The result was a heroic Danny Phantom and a slacker with a mullet Danny Fenton. After his friends chew him out on how bad this idea panned out, Danny does the split again, except now there are two half ghosts with half the ghost powers each. The slacker Danny has human blue eyes but the heroic Danny has the ghostly green ones.
* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'', Leela decides to look inside Professor Farnsworth's secret box that she's guarding due to the outcome of a coin flip. Once inside, [[PaletteSwap palette-swapped]] versions of her friends appear and remark how she dyed her hair purple, since the Leela in the alternate universe contained within the box is a red-head.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda'' cartoon show had Ganon's magic creating an evil twin of Zelda. The Dark Zelda looks identical to the real Zelda, except she wears a black outfit and openly flirts with Link. Subverted when they both fall in the mud, forcing Link to challenge them to a "kissing contest" to tell which one is real.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'', Sabrina enthusiastically signs up for more extracurricular activities than she can handle. She uses magic to conjure up two copies of herself and coordinates her three selves through a schedule and colored jerseys.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfZelda'' cartoon show had Ganon's magic creating an evil twin of Zelda. The Dark Zelda looks identical to the real Zelda, except she wears a black outfit and openly flirts with Link. Subverted when they both fall in the mud, forcing Link to challenge them to a "kissing contest" to tell which one is real.
* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'', Leela decides to look inside Professor Farnsworth's secret box that she's guarding due to the outcome of a coin flip. Once inside, [[PaletteSwap palette-swapped]] versions of her friends appear and remark how she dyed her hair purple, since the Leela in the alternate universe contained within the box is a red-head.
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' once decided [[TripleShifter he didn't have enough time to be a superhero and enjoy a weekend with his friends]], so he divided himself in half to split his responsibilities. The result was a heroic Danny Phantom and a slacker with a mullet Danny Fenton. After his friends chew him out on how bad this idea panned out, Danny does the split again, except now there are two half ghosts with half the ghost powers each. The slacker Danny has human blue eyes but the heroic Danny has the ghostly green ones.
* Hacker in ''WesternAnimation/{{Cyberchase}}'' points out this trope when confronted with an artificial duplicate controlled by Digit from the inside. Since the false Hacker was built in a factory on Symmetria, the duplicate is perfectly symmetrical, and Hacker [[FashionableAsymmetry asks the duplicate about its missing pocket protector]].

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** This comes up again when Thomas shows up in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''. The first thing he does after dropping his impersonation of his clone is to remove a couple of prosthetic sideburns, showing that he's chosen to distinguish himself from Will by growing a goatee... [[EvilTwin among other things.]] His desire to establish himself as a separate and distinct person from his 'brother', at ''any'' cost, is what drives the plot of the episode.


* In ''SpyKids'', Floop builds several Spy Kid robots, including a pair who look exactly like Carmen and Juni, except wearing a mass-produced outfit. When the real Carmen and Juni meet their duplicates, they get confused about it at first as the robots are much stronger and more hostile.
** In ''Spy Kids 3: Game Over'', the Toymaker is trapped in cyberspace and talks with three artificial copies of himself, each one with a different personality and outfit. The real Toymaker gets mad when they bicker with each other and leave him out, but quickly realizes he can just turn them off.

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In ''SpyKids'', ''Film/SpyKids'', Floop builds several Spy Kid robots, including a pair who look exactly like Carmen and Juni, except wearing a mass-produced outfit. When the real Carmen and Juni meet their duplicates, they get confused about it at first as the robots are much stronger and more hostile.
** In ''Spy Kids 3: Game Over'', ''Film/SpyKids3DGameOver'', the Toymaker is trapped in cyberspace and talks with three artificial copies of himself, each one with a different personality and outfit. The real Toymaker gets mad when they bicker with each other and leave him out, but quickly realizes he can just turn them off.



* ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' does this twice with Samus. In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', a parasite takes over Samus's suit and becomes her duplicate, but the real Samus had her appearance changed to a sleeker, more organic suit due to her radical surgery. ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes'' had a Dark Samus duplicate, which confused and terrified the Space Pirates when they found out there were two Samuses out to get them. Believing it to be this trope, they named the black one the "Dark Hunter" and the original just "The Hunter", until they realized the two were enemies.

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* ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' does this twice with Samus.
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In ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'', a parasite takes over Samus's suit and becomes her duplicate, but the real Samus had her appearance changed to a sleeker, more organic suit due to her radical surgery. surgery.
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''VideoGame/MetroidPrime2Echoes'' had a Dark Samus duplicate, which confused and terrified the Space Pirates when they found out there were two Samuses out to get them. Believing it to be this trope, they named the black one the "Dark Hunter" and the original just "The Hunter", until they realized the two were enemies.



* In ''Sabrina: The Animated Series'', Sabrina enthusiastically signs up for more extracurricular activities than she can handle. She uses magic to conjure up two copies of herself and coordinates her three selves through a schedule and colored jerseys.

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* In ''Sabrina: The Animated Series'', ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'', Sabrina enthusiastically signs up for more extracurricular activities than she can handle. She uses magic to conjure up two copies of herself and coordinates her three selves through a schedule and colored jerseys.



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* In ''AtomicBetty'', Maximus makes three copies of Betty with different superpowers to commit crimes and frame the real Betty. Each of the three copies wears a different color than the real one.

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* In ''AtomicBetty'', ''WesternAnimation/AtomicBetty'', Maximus makes three copies of Betty with different superpowers to commit crimes and frame the real Betty. Each of the three copies wears a different color than the real one.


** A seventh-season episode had Sabrina create a [[CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano]] to help her express her love to Aaron; Cyrano looked exactly like her but with a comically-long nose. During the episode, a jealous Sabrina uses a spell to swap noses, and Aaron confusedly looks at both and asks if they changed outfits.

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** A seventh-season episode had Sabrina create a [[CyranoDeBergerac [[Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac Cyrano]] to help her express her love to Aaron; Cyrano looked exactly like her but with a comically-long nose. During the episode, a jealous Sabrina uses a spell to swap noses, and Aaron confusedly looks at both and asks if they changed outfits.

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