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->"You may think I'm just a pretty blonde, well in this case, what you see is exactly what you get! Blondes are dumb as ''[[SoundEffectBleep *honk*]]''!"

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->"You may think I'm just a pretty blonde, well well, in this case, what you see is exactly what you get! Blondes are dumb as ''[[SoundEffectBleep *honk*]]''!"



While the trope is OlderThanSteam it really started to become popular in the 1940s and 50s with comic books, radio and movies cementing the idea of the pretty but foolish blonde.

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While the trope is OlderThanSteam it really started to become popular in the 1940s and 50s '50s with comic books, radio radio, and movies cementing the idea of the pretty but foolish blonde.



* An Australian KFC Hot and Spicy ad campaign from the 90s had customers gain the [[FireBreathingDiner ability to breathe fire]] after eating the spicy chicken. One commercial featured a guy tucking into a bucket of extra hot chicken while his attractive blonde girlfriend sitting beside him is ''completely'' absorbed in a very cliche sounding soap opera. Without taking her eyes off the screen she asks him what he is eating. He responds by leaning over and blowing softly in her ear causing a jet of flame to shoot straight [[InOneEarOutTheOther out of her other ear]]. As he leans back she blinks, comments that it sounds nice and reaches for a piece herself, still without taking her eyes off the screen ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaA8Xg7Z0UA see it here]].)

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* An Australian KFC Hot and Spicy ad campaign from the 90s '90s had customers gain the [[FireBreathingDiner ability to breathe fire]] after eating the spicy chicken. One commercial featured a guy tucking into a bucket of extra hot chicken while his attractive blonde girlfriend sitting beside him is ''completely'' absorbed in a very cliche sounding soap opera. Without taking her eyes off the screen she asks him what he is eating. He responds by leaning over and blowing softly in her ear causing a jet of flame to shoot straight [[InOneEarOutTheOther out of her other ear]]. As he leans back she blinks, comments that it sounds nice and reaches for a piece herself, still without taking her eyes off the screen ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaA8Xg7Z0UA see it here]].)



* Poland from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' is a quintessential example...he needed someone to turn the table while he was standing on it to screw in a lightbulb. He also talks like a ValleyGirl and often pushes around a {{Brainy Brunet|te}} (Lithuania). Poland was still smart enough to [[spoiler:buy time for Lithuania to pull his SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome in the Battle of Tannenburg, doing so and remaining more or less calm while ''Prussia was pointing a sword at him'']]. That, and the whole series pokes fun at stereotypes of all kinds; his supposed stupidity is actually PlayedForLaughs, and nations with ''other'' hair colors can be just as dumb (re: Italy, a brunet who's pretty much TheDitz) and [[PlentyOfBlondes almost every Northern European is blond anyway]].

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* Poland from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' is a quintessential example...he needed someone to turn the table while he was standing on it to screw in a lightbulb. He also talks like a ValleyGirl and often pushes around a {{Brainy Brunet|te}} (Lithuania). Poland was still smart enough to [[spoiler:buy time for Lithuania to pull his SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome in the Battle of Tannenburg, Tannenberg, doing so and remaining more or less calm while ''Prussia was pointing a sword at him'']]. That, and the whole series pokes fun at stereotypes of all kinds; his supposed stupidity is actually PlayedForLaughs, and nations with ''other'' hair colors can be just as dumb (re: Italy, a brunet who's pretty much TheDitz) and [[PlentyOfBlondes almost every Northern European is blond anyway]].



* Panchy, Bulma's mother from ''Franchise/DragonBall''... didn't even recognize her grown up grandson from the future and thought Krillin's [[HollywoodToneDeaf karaoke was great]]. Panchy also didn't leave Capsule Corp despite the threat of King Piccolo and later Majin Buu ''destroying West City'' all because she didn't want leave her pets. Though to be fair her husband Dr Briefs is also dangerously absent minded.

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* Panchy, Bulma's mother from ''Franchise/DragonBall''... didn't even recognize her grown up grown-up grandson from the future and thought Krillin's [[HollywoodToneDeaf karaoke was great]]. Panchy also didn't leave Capsule Corp despite the threat of King Piccolo and later Majin Buu ''destroying West City'' all because she didn't want to leave her pets. Though to be fair her husband Dr Dr. Briefs is also dangerously absent minded.absent-minded.



* Played with in regards to the beautiful TomBoy Seras Victoria from ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' true she lacks the education or social class of Integra, but despite her often naive childishness Seras has a "superficial intelligence" that makes her [[TokenGoodTeamMate shine among the cast]]. Also you don't need too brainy when you can rip people apart with vampire strength.

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* Played with in regards to the beautiful TomBoy Seras Victoria from ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' true she lacks the education or social class of Integra, but despite her often naive childishness Seras has a "superficial intelligence" that makes her [[TokenGoodTeamMate shine among the cast]]. Also Also, you don't need too brainy when you can rip people apart with vampire strength.



* Eleanor Mercer in the {{Hentai}} series ''Honey Blonde'' is an american student in Japan... who is the only one in her class who can not speak English.

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* Eleanor Mercer in the {{Hentai}} series ''Honey Blonde'' is an american American student in Japan... who is the only one in her class who can not speak English.



* Ayaka plays with this trope in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. She's a bit shallow and slow on the uptake, and quite dense when it comes to recognizing when people are in love (besides herself, of course), but actually gets good grades and is apparently a little smarter than average. This trope is than slammed to the ground and stomped on into a pulp by [[OldMaster Evangeline]] [[spoiler:and Arika]].

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* Ayaka plays with this trope in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. She's a bit shallow and slow on the uptake, and quite dense when it comes to recognizing when people are in love (besides herself, of course), but actually gets good grades and is apparently a little smarter than average. This trope is than then slammed to the ground and stomped on into a pulp by [[OldMaster Evangeline]] [[spoiler:and Arika]].



** Ino Yamanaka similar to Naruto can be very smart when she wants given she was the one who concluded that Pain's real body must be around the village for his technique to work during the latter's invasion. ''However'' when attractive boys are involved, Ino [[SmittenTeenageGirl can]] be very, very dumb.

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** Ino Yamanaka similar to Naruto can be very smart when she wants wants, given she was the one who concluded that Pain's real body must be around the village for his technique to work during the latter's invasion. ''However'' when attractive boys are involved, Ino [[SmittenTeenageGirl can]] be very, very dumb.



* Male example: Gourry Gabriev of ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}''. Played with a bit, though: he isn't wholly naive, having been a mercenary in his late teens, and has sharp observation skills (as shown in revealing Xellos as a high-level demonic being), good knowledge on swordplay, and [[NiceGuy high morals]]. He's more airheaded in regards to common sense and is ObliviousToLove. Also, due to his aformentioned background, he probably never had the chance to dive into magical knowledge and intensive literature, whereas Lina (from a family of sorcerers), Amelia (from a royal family that specializes in WhiteMagic), and Zelgadis (raised by and was the follower of an extremely powerful priest) did. An interview with the creator Hajime Kanzaka revealed that his magic capacity rivals Lina's, but because he has such a poor memory he cannot learn spells.

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* Male example: Gourry Gabriev of ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}''. Played with a bit, though: he isn't wholly naive, having been a mercenary in his late teens, and has sharp observation skills (as shown in revealing Xellos as a high-level demonic being), good knowledge on swordplay, and [[NiceGuy high morals]]. He's more airheaded in regards to common sense and is ObliviousToLove. Also, due to his aformentioned aforementioned background, he probably never had the chance to dive into magical knowledge and intensive literature, whereas Lina (from a family of sorcerers), Amelia (from a royal family that specializes in WhiteMagic), and Zelgadis (raised by and was the follower of an extremely powerful priest) did. An interview with the creator Hajime Kanzaka revealed that his magic capacity rivals Lina's, but because he has such a poor memory he cannot learn spells.



* Mihoshi, the DarkSkinnedBlond from ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' in most continuities.. In the OVA she's more of a Genius Ditz.

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* Mihoshi, the DarkSkinnedBlond from ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' in most continuities..continuities. In the OVA she's more of a Genius Ditz.



* This trope is endemic in [[GermanHumour German-speaking comedy]]. This is possibly due to the fact that the German word for dumb, "blöd", is spoken very similar to the word "blond". And, of course, "blauäugig" (blue eyed) is used as a synonym for "naive".

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* This trope is endemic in [[GermanHumour German-speaking comedy]]. This is possibly due to the fact that the German word for dumb, "blöd", is spoken very similar to the word "blond". And, of course, "blauäugig" (blue eyed) (blue-eyed) is used as a synonym for "naive".



* DoubleSubversion: a ventriloquist is performing a routine with his dummy, telling a series of dumb blonde jokes. Suddenly, a well-dressed platinum blonde business woman stands up and says "How can you judge people based on their hair color? It has no bearing on intelligence!" The ventriloquist says, "Lady, please, I just—" The blonde snaps, "You stay out of this! I'm talking to that jerk sitting in your lap!"

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* DoubleSubversion: a ventriloquist is performing a routine with his dummy, telling a series of dumb blonde jokes. Suddenly, a well-dressed platinum blonde business woman businesswoman stands up and says "How can you judge people based on their hair color? It has no bearing on intelligence!" The ventriloquist says, "Lady, please, I just—" The blonde snaps, "You stay out of this! I'm talking to that jerk sitting in your lap!"



* Zig-zagged with ComicBook/HarleyQuinn she '''should''' avert this as she majored in psychiatry and got a goddamn [=PHD=], but a fateful shrink session with a [[ComicBook/TheJoker psychotic clown]] turned her into a criminal [[LoveMakesYouDumb lovesick dunce]]. It also doesn't help Harely is presented as ridiculously childish in all portrayals and her psychiatry background is rarely brought up.
* Chase from ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' is a rare male example. Karolina from the same series gets treated like she's one, but she never really does anything to earn the reputation other than be blond and not a genius.

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* Zig-zagged with ComicBook/HarleyQuinn she '''should''' avert this as she majored in psychiatry and got a goddamn [=PHD=], but a fateful shrink session with a [[ComicBook/TheJoker psychotic clown]] turned her into a criminal [[LoveMakesYouDumb lovesick dunce]]. It also doesn't help Harely Harley is presented as ridiculously childish in all portrayals and her psychiatry background is rarely brought up.
* Chase from ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' is a rare male example. Karolina from the same series gets treated like she's one, but she never really does anything to earn the reputation other than be being blond and not a genius.



* In ''[[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Convergence: Supergirl: Matrix #1]]'', Matrix Supergirl is very ditzy. At one point in a fit of anger she hurls away the device Luthor gave her to monitor the domes.

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* In ''[[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Convergence: Supergirl: Matrix #1]]'', Matrix Supergirl is very ditzy. At one point in a fit of anger anger, she hurls away the device Luthor gave her to monitor the domes.



* In ''Rubine'', a blonde model witnessed an assassination between mafioso. Much to her annoyance, [[CowboyCop Rubine]] was tasked to her protection. The model was very shallow and only thought of looks, fashion, makeup and didn't know what a grenade was when someone toss it at her. [[spoiler:As it turns out in the end, [[AvertedTrope the model was far from clueless.]] She was actually [[ProfessionalKiller an assassin]] and the attacks against her were meant to get her in a WitnessProtection program so she could kill another witness.]]

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* In ''Rubine'', a blonde model witnessed an assassination between mafioso. Much to her annoyance, [[CowboyCop Rubine]] was tasked to her protection. The model was very shallow and only thought of looks, fashion, makeup and didn't know what a grenade was when someone toss tosses it at her. [[spoiler:As it turns out in the end, [[AvertedTrope the model was far from clueless.]] She was actually [[ProfessionalKiller an assassin]] and the attacks against her were meant to get her in a WitnessProtection program so she could kill another witness.]]



* A male example, despite being called such, Max, subverts the trope in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife''. Max might be late sometimes, but he does everything he can to pass highschool.

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* A male example, despite being called such, Max, subverts the trope in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife''. Max might be late sometimes, but he does everything he can to pass highschool.high school.



* Three blondes are sitting in a caffee, discussing Michelangelo's place in Renaissance art. Suddenly one of them whispers: "Guys are about to take the table next to us! Switching to celebrity gossip on my mark!"
* A businessman returns from lunch and asks his secretary if there were any calls. She says: "Oh yes, someone named... I think it was Gomez? Or Tanakawa? He sounded French. Or Australian. And he said: "If your boss doesn't call me back within the hour, his entire company is going under and he can expect twenty years in prison!" ".

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* Three blondes are sitting in a caffee, cafe, discussing Michelangelo's place in Renaissance art. Suddenly one of them whispers: "Guys are about to take the table next to us! Switching to celebrity gossip on my mark!"
* A businessman returns from lunch and asks his secretary if there were any calls. She says: "Oh yes, someone named... I think it was Gomez? Or Tanakawa? He sounded French. Or Australian. " And he said: "If your boss doesn't call me back within the hour, his entire company is going under and he can expect twenty years in prison!" ".prison!"



* Charlotte La Bouff from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''. She's very sweet and kind, but on the other hand she's not too bright and easy to fool; when hiring Tiana, she hands her a wad of cash.

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* Charlotte La Bouff from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''. She's very sweet and kind, but on the other hand hand, she's not too bright and easy to fool; when hiring Tiana, she hands her a wad of cash.



* When the main character is clothes shopping with her friends in the beginning of ''Film/LegallyBlonde'' the sales woman says to her co-worker, "There's nothing I love more... than a dumb blonde with daddy's plastic." It quickly turns out that Elle is not as dumb as she looks though. In fact, the entire film is about Elle ''subverting'' this stereotype -- while she's certainly very preppy, very feminine, and ''very'' blonde, she proves to be an extremely competent lawyer against everyone else's expectations.
* Creator/AnaFarris plays these in most of her roles. Notably in the ''Film/ScaryMovie'' series, her first two roles were brunette but became blonde from the third film onward.

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* When the main character is clothes shopping with her friends in at the beginning of ''Film/LegallyBlonde'' the sales woman saleswoman says to her co-worker, "There's nothing I love more... more...than a dumb blonde with daddy's plastic." It quickly turns out that Elle is not as dumb as she looks though. In fact, the entire film is about Elle ''subverting'' this stereotype -- while she's certainly very preppy, very feminine, and ''very'' blonde, she proves to be an extremely competent lawyer against everyone else's expectations.
* Creator/AnaFarris plays these in most of her roles. Notably Notably, in the ''Film/ScaryMovie'' series, her first two roles were brunette but became blonde from the third film onward.



* Inverted in the movie version of ''Film/MyFavoriteMartian'': The vain, shallow BrainlessBeauty is played by the brunet Liz Hurley while the smart, likeable, funny GirlNextDoor love interest is played by the blond Daryl Hannah.

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* Inverted in the movie version of ''Film/MyFavoriteMartian'': The vain, shallow BrainlessBeauty is played by the brunet Liz Hurley while the smart, likeable, likable, funny GirlNextDoor love interest is played by the blond Daryl Hannah.



* The main character's college fiancée, Emily, in ''Film/DefinitelyMaybe'' doesn't know how to tell the man she cared about that she didn't want the same things as him any more so she admitted that she did it the most cowardly way possibly. Ever since then, she felt lost, especially when it came to relationships.

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* The main character's college fiancée, Emily, in ''Film/DefinitelyMaybe'' doesn't know how to tell the man she cared about that she didn't want the same things as him any more anymore so she admitted that she did it the most cowardly way possibly.possible. Ever since then, she felt lost, especially when it came to relationships.



* Amusingly Film/{{Thor}} from the [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] is a male version, he frequently makes rash decisions, thinks science is lame, flew a spaceship by smacking buttons and sometimes comes off as a complete IdiotHero. It's mark of how far Thor has come by the time of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' that he's eventually able to outwit his brother Loki the God of Mischief. Averted when it comes to battle, where he's a fighting genius, plus as seen in Ragnarok Thor can effectively pilot a spaceship and is more tech savvy.
* Played with in regards to Carol Danvers in ''Film/CaptainMarvel'', she’s not dim or ditzy but nevertheless fails to understand social ques (to be fair she has FalseMemories), makes unfair assumptions about alien races, solves most of her problems but by punching things and is way too confident in her power for her own good.
* Played with in the spoof ''Film/LoadedWeapon1''. Destiny Demeanor, Creator/KathyIreland's character, is a gorgeous blonde, comically LiteralMinded and, when the hero blows in one of her ears, the breeze snuffs out a lit candle beside her opposite ear but at the same time she's actually one of the saner, more GenreSavvy people in the film.
* Christina from ''Film/ProjectAlmanac'' is a {{downplayed|trope}} example. She's not unintelligent but she lacks the science smarts of David or Adam or (to a much lesser extent) Quinn and she comes across as less perceptive and witty that Jessie. She is also TheWatson of the group meaning if any concept or technology has to explained, it is mostly explained to Christina (“Can you guys speak English?").

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* Amusingly Film/{{Thor}} from the [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] is a male version, he frequently makes rash decisions, thinks science is lame, flew a spaceship by smacking buttons and sometimes comes off as a complete IdiotHero. It's a mark of how far Thor has come by the time of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' that he's eventually able to outwit his brother Loki the God of Mischief. Averted when it comes to battle, where he's a fighting genius, plus as seen in Ragnarok Thor can effectively pilot a spaceship and is more tech savvy.
* Played with in regards to Carol Danvers in ''Film/CaptainMarvel'', she’s not dim or ditzy but nevertheless fails to understand social ques cues (to be fair she has FalseMemories), makes unfair assumptions about alien races, solves most of her problems but by punching things and is way too confident in her power for her own good.
* Played with in the spoof ''Film/LoadedWeapon1''. Destiny Demeanor, Creator/KathyIreland's character, is a gorgeous blonde, comically LiteralMinded and, when the hero blows in one of her ears, the breeze snuffs out a lit candle beside her opposite ear but at the same time time, she's actually one of the saner, more GenreSavvy people in the film.
* Christina from ''Film/ProjectAlmanac'' is a {{downplayed|trope}} example. She's not unintelligent but she lacks the science smarts of David or Adam or (to a much lesser extent) Quinn and she comes across as less perceptive and witty that Jessie. She is also TheWatson of the group meaning if any concept or technology has to be explained, it is mostly explained to Christina (“Can you guys speak English?").



* Played with in ''Film/BillAndTed''. While neither of our heroes are especially bright, blond Bill (a male example) is the more pragmatic of the two, while brunet Ted is slightly dopier.

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* Played with in ''Film/BillAndTed''. While neither of our heroes are is especially bright, blond Bill (a male example) is the more pragmatic of the two, while brunet Ted is slightly dopier.



** Decidedly subverted by Tash Arranda in ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear''. In the beginning of the series she's kind of naive but studious, but gradually starts adding her Force-Sensitivity to her wisdom score, and eventually takes a role quite similar to TheSmartGuy. Her darker-haired BookDumb brother, whose mechanical aptitude and [[BrainsAndBrawn better physical skills]] originally were more useful and then came to complement her talents, starts feeling useless and overshadowed.

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** Decidedly subverted by Tash Arranda in ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear''. In At the beginning of the series she's kind of naive but studious, studious but gradually starts adding her Force-Sensitivity to her wisdom score, and eventually takes a role quite similar to TheSmartGuy. Her darker-haired BookDumb brother, whose mechanical aptitude and [[BrainsAndBrawn better physical skills]] originally were more useful and then came to complement her talents, starts feeling useless and overshadowed.



* In ''Literature/AmericanPsycho'', all the blondes whom Patrick Bateman interacts with are as vapid and stupid as the rest of his friends, Evelyn and Courtney, primarily. Also, three models (Libby, Daisy and Caron) Patrick and his associates mingle with in a nightclub. In the book, when they're asked to name any of the planets, two guess the Moon, and the third one guesses Comet. In the film at least, this is deconstructed with one of the models lamenting this and saddened by how Bateman sees her as nothing but a brainless squeeze, suggesting [[HiddenDepths there is more to her character]], but she doesn't mind because [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter she thinks Patrick is actually a nice person]].

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* In ''Literature/AmericanPsycho'', all the blondes whom Patrick Bateman interacts with are as vapid and stupid as the rest of his friends, Evelyn and Courtney, primarily. Also, three models (Libby, Daisy Daisy, and Caron) Patrick and his associates mingle with in a nightclub. In the book, when they're asked to name any of the planets, two guess the Moon, and the third one guesses Comet. In the film at least, this is deconstructed with one of the models lamenting this and saddened by how Bateman sees her as nothing but a brainless squeeze, suggesting [[HiddenDepths there is more to her character]], but she doesn't mind because [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter she thinks Patrick is actually a nice person]].



* Inverted in Creator/DamonKnight's ''Dio'' (also called ''[[https://books.google.com/books?id=nZl0CwAAQBAJ&lpg=PT8&dq=Damon%20Knight%20The%20Dying%20Man&pg=PT9#v=snippet&q=noon&f=false The Dying Man]]''). Claire, the player who falls in love with Dio, is blonde, but is more thoughtful and introspective than most people in her class. Her brunette friend Katha is [[TheDitz a complete airhead]].

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* Inverted in Creator/DamonKnight's ''Dio'' (also called ''[[https://books.google.com/books?id=nZl0CwAAQBAJ&lpg=PT8&dq=Damon%20Knight%20The%20Dying%20Man&pg=PT9#v=snippet&q=noon&f=false The Dying Man]]''). Claire, the player who falls in love with Dio, is blonde, blonde but is more thoughtful and introspective than most people in her class. Her brunette friend Katha is [[TheDitz a complete airhead]].



** Subverted again in Season 17, with Brook, who, along with brunette Claire, were considered an airhead fodder team pre-race, but finished 2nd overall behind Doctors Nat (who was also blonde) and Kat.
* Beatrice from ''Series/AnotherPeriod'' is portrayed as very ignorant and clueless. She however is ObfuscatingStupidity and is in fact a GeniusDitz. She's great at math despite being illiterate, has an amazing opera voice, and can discuss ethics and politics quite well. A season 2 episode revolves around her being able to show her smarts off but she ends up choosing to continue acting dumb.

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** Subverted again in Season 17, with Brook, who, Brook who along with brunette Claire, Claire were considered an airhead fodder team pre-race, but finished 2nd overall behind Doctors Nat (who was also blonde) and Kat.
* Beatrice from ''Series/AnotherPeriod'' is portrayed as very ignorant and clueless. She however She, however, is ObfuscatingStupidity and is is, in fact fact, a GeniusDitz. She's great at math despite being illiterate, has an amazing opera voice, and can discuss ethics and politics quite well. A season 2 episode revolves around her being able to show her smarts off but she ends up choosing to continue acting dumb.



* Played with in ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Felicity at one point jokes that she "may be blonde, but...not that blonde" in reference to one of the ridiculous cover stories that Oliver and Diggle tried to fool her with; in fact, Felicity is a genius, but is also actually naturally a brunette and dyes her hair blonde. Her mother, however, who is a natural blonde, fits the stereotype to a much greater extent.
* Penny from the ''Series/TheBigBangTheory''. She's not dumb (although she was in the pilot but that's pure EarlyInstallmentWeirdness), but is the only "normal" person amongst a group of friends that aside from her consists of all scientist. Not at all helped by the fact she frequently takes on the role of TheChick and enjoys reality TV. Subverted by Bernadette whom has a very KawaiiKo personality and occasionally comes across as slightly dense, but earns her degree in Microbiology over the course of the show.

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* Played with in ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Felicity at one point jokes that she "may be blonde, but...not that blonde" in reference to one of the ridiculous cover stories that Oliver and Diggle tried to fool her with; in fact, Felicity is a genius, genius but is also actually naturally a brunette and dyes her hair blonde. Her mother, however, who is a natural blonde, fits the stereotype to a much greater extent.
* Penny from the ''Series/TheBigBangTheory''. She's not dumb (although she was in the pilot but pilot; that's pure EarlyInstallmentWeirdness), but is the only "normal" person amongst a group of friends that aside from her consists of all scientist. Not at all helped by the fact she frequently takes on the role of TheChick and enjoys reality TV. Subverted by Bernadette whom who has a very KawaiiKo personality and occasionally comes across as slightly dense, but earns her degree in Microbiology over the course of the show.



** You could probably argue Spike falls under this a lot of the time, yes he's Stephen Hawking when it comes to [[BloodKnight punching people]] but he is frequently outsmarted/manipulated by just about everyone and gets some serious BadassDecay in the later seasons of Buffy due to being a ButtMonkey. On the flipside Spike is actually quite the poet and well read.

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** You could probably argue Spike falls under this a lot of the time, yes he's Stephen Hawking when it comes to [[BloodKnight punching people]] but he is frequently outsmarted/manipulated by just about everyone and gets some serious BadassDecay in the later seasons of Buffy due to being a ButtMonkey. On the flipside flipside, Spike is actually quite the poet and well read.



** In the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' spin-off Harmony has this trait really cranked UpToEleven when she appeared on the spin-off. In the parent series she was merely an AlphaBitch and IneffectualSympatheticVillain.

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** In the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' spin-off Harmony has this trait really cranked UpToEleven when she appeared on the spin-off. In the parent series series, she was merely an AlphaBitch and an IneffectualSympatheticVillain.



%%* Loretta Tortelli on ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' is a well known example.
* In ''Series/LeCoeurASesRaisons'', Megan Barrington-Montgomery is otherworldly stupid, [[PostModernism even by the show's standards]]. Highlights include her trying to apply sunscreen directly on the sun for a better efficiency in a deleted scene, failing to understand the simple phrase "Megan I have to talk to you" and three other variants and being frightened by the fact that one could cut a piece of paper with scissors. Ashley Rockwell also qualifies, but to a slightly lesser degree.

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%%* Loretta Tortelli on ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' is a well known well-known example.
* In ''Series/LeCoeurASesRaisons'', Megan Barrington-Montgomery is otherworldly stupid, [[PostModernism even by the show's standards]]. Highlights include her trying to apply sunscreen directly on the sun for a better efficiency in a deleted scene, failing to understand the simple phrase "Megan I have to talk to you" and three other variants and being frightened by the fact that one could cut a piece of paper with scissors. Ashley Rockwell also qualifies, qualifies but to a slightly lesser degree.



* Poppy on ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Unusually for the trope her defining character trait is being an irritating MotorMouth - her being stupid is incidental.

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* Poppy on ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Unusually for the trope trope, her defining character trait is being an irritating MotorMouth - her being stupid is incidental.



* Terri on ''Series/{{Glee}}'', as well as her sister Kendra. The other main blond characters, Sue and Quinn, meanwhile, have fairly normal intelligences. Brittany meanwhile is the ultimate ditz, examples found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVAUaocY0ec here]].[[note]] An AlternateCharacterInterpretation of Brittany is that she's not actually dumb, she's ''completely insane'' and everything she does and says would make perfect sense if you were under the same delusions that she is. This interpretation is the one held by Heather Morris, the actress who plays her.[[/note]]

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* Terri on ''Series/{{Glee}}'', as well as her sister Kendra. The other main blond characters, Sue and Quinn, meanwhile, have fairly normal intelligences.intelligence. Brittany meanwhile is the ultimate ditz, examples found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVAUaocY0ec here]].[[note]] An AlternateCharacterInterpretation of Brittany is that she's not actually dumb, she's ''completely insane'' and everything she does and says would make perfect sense if you were under the same delusions that she is. This interpretation is the one held by Heather Morris, the actress who plays her.[[/note]]



* An unintentional but undeniable example is Claire from ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', whose stupidity and [[MadeOfPlasticine inexplicable vulnerability to serious injury]] would've [[TooDumbToLive resulted in her death]] long ago if not for her HealingFactor. While she occassionally has displays of actual competence, they are undermined by frequent disastrous decision making, culminating most recently in [[spoiler: revealing the existence of the specials to the world on a whim, which has been shown (literally in previous seasons) to ''never'' end well]]. To be fair, almost ''no one'' on ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' seems to possess the intellectual capacity to avoid making [[NiceJobBreakingItHero potentially world-ending choices]].
* Both inverted and played straight with the titular characters on ''Series/HopeAndFaith''. Hope is blond, but has the most common sense out of anyone, Faith, on the other hand, fits the stereotype perfectly as she's so dense at times that she almost steps over the line into being an extreme [[TheDitz ditz]]. She's also a bit of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.

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* An unintentional but undeniable example is Claire from ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', whose stupidity and [[MadeOfPlasticine inexplicable vulnerability to serious injury]] would've [[TooDumbToLive resulted in her death]] long ago if not for her HealingFactor. While she occassionally occasionally has displays of actual competence, they are undermined by frequent disastrous decision making, culminating most recently in [[spoiler: revealing the existence of the specials to the world on a whim, which has been shown (literally in previous seasons) to ''never'' end well]]. To be fair, almost ''no one'' on ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' seems to possess the intellectual capacity to avoid making [[NiceJobBreakingItHero potentially world-ending choices]].
* Both inverted and played straight with the titular characters on ''Series/HopeAndFaith''. Hope is blond, blond but has the most common sense out of anyone, Faith, on the other hand, fits the stereotype perfectly as she's so dense at times that she almost steps over the line into being an extreme [[TheDitz ditz]]. She's also a bit of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.



** Amber tends to lean towards this trope, though it's shown that she IS pretty smart when it counts, and has come up with many ideas including the formation of Sibuna itself. She might be a case of [[BrilliantButLazy Brilliant but lazy]] or more likely the [[GeniusDitz Genius ditz]] as she is shown to be very skilled in fashion and often mystery related topics as well.

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** Amber tends to lean towards this trope, though it's shown that she IS pretty smart when it counts, counts and has come up with many ideas including the formation of Sibuna itself. She might be a case of [[BrilliantButLazy Brilliant but lazy]] or more likely the [[GeniusDitz Genius ditz]] as she is shown to be very skilled in fashion and often mystery related mystery-related topics as well.



** In the first season, Carly's friend Sam was cast as a dumb blonde like when, in "iWin a Date", Carly is telling Shannon everything and Sam still says "Shhh. It could still work," but as time went on, she became more lazy and less stupid.

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** In the first season, Carly's friend Sam was cast as a dumb blonde like when, in "iWin a Date", Carly is telling Shannon everything and Sam still says "Shhh. It could still work," but as time went on, she became more lazy lazier and less stupid.



* Creator/CarolCleveland played a lot of roles like this in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', such as Vanilla Hoare, the stuck-up starlet in "Scott of the Sahara." In real life she is a redhead, by the way.

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* Creator/CarolCleveland played a lot of roles like this in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', such as Vanilla Hoare, the stuck-up starlet in "Scott of the Sahara." In real life life, she is a redhead, by the way.



* [[TheDitz Chanel's]] only role on ''Ridiculousness'' is to blurt out [[NonSequitur Non-Sequiturs]] for Rob and Steelo (and the audience) to laugh at. She's also there, like us, to giggle fiercely at the people getting hurt.
* Played oddly straight (though possibly accidentally) on ''Series/RobinHood'' with the TooDumbToLive Kate. Even more strangely, the actress was a natural brunette. For them to have actually ''dyed'' a woman's hair in order to make her a blonde, and then portray her as such an idiot that there was serious fan speculation that she had a mental disorder, led to several UnfortunateImplications. But also several moments of unintentional hilarity: when the outlaws are about to be burnt at the stake, an angry crowd begins chanting "burn them, burn them!" Kate joins in, but is slightly out of sync. Obviously two whole syllables were a bit much for her.

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* [[TheDitz Chanel's]] only role on ''Ridiculousness'' is to blurt out [[NonSequitur Non-Sequiturs]] {{NonSequitur}}s for Rob and Steelo (and the audience) to laugh at. She's also there, like us, to giggle fiercely at the people getting hurt.
* Played oddly straight (though possibly accidentally) on ''Series/RobinHood'' with the TooDumbToLive Kate. Even more strangely, the actress was a natural brunette. For them to have actually ''dyed'' a woman's hair in order to make her a blonde, and then portray her as such an idiot that there was serious fan speculation that she had a mental disorder, led to several UnfortunateImplications. But also several moments of unintentional hilarity: when the outlaws are about to be burnt at the stake, an angry crowd begins chanting "burn them, burn them!" Kate joins in, in but is slightly out of sync. Obviously Obviously, two whole syllables were a bit much for her.



** A recurring minor character called Ginger was a stereotypical dumb blonde who had a RunningGag of always asking if she had lipstick on her teeth. Highlights included calling Slater dressed as an astronaut "Mr Scuba Diver" and believing Zack when he claimed he wrote the song "Pretty Woman".

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** A recurring minor character called Ginger was a stereotypical dumb blonde who had a RunningGag of always asking if she had lipstick on her teeth. Highlights included calling Slater dressed as an astronaut "Mr "Mr. Scuba Diver" and believing Zack when he claimed he wrote the song "Pretty Woman".



* Creator/ParisHilton famously portrayed herself as this on her reality series ''Series/TheSimpleLife'' - her line about Wallmart being a place where people buy walls becoming legendary. She created an entire public persona of herself as this - until she finally dropped the act in a documentary with BBC presenter Fearne Cotton that showed how smart and business savvy she was. Paris explicitly pointed out that by playing this persona she had accumulated more wealth and fame than she would have by living off her inheritance.

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* Creator/ParisHilton famously portrayed herself as like this on her reality series ''Series/TheSimpleLife'' - her line about Wallmart being a place where people buy walls becoming legendary. She created an entire public persona of herself as like this - until she finally dropped the act in a documentary with BBC presenter Fearne Cotton that showed how smart and business savvy she was. Paris explicitly pointed out that by playing this persona she had accumulated more wealth and fame than she would have by living off her inheritance.



* In ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', this trope was deliberately subverted as Ashley Tisdale was asked to dye her natural brown hair blonde so they could provide an inversion of the Dumb Blonde, Smart Asian stereotypes. As such, [[AsianAirhead London]] embodies every characteristic of the dumb blonde apart from the actual hair color while Maddie is a good student, very logical, and has the most common sense out of all the characters. One episode featured an alternate reality where things in the hotel were swapped around with Maddie being the heiress and London being the candy counter girl. Here, the trope was played straight with Maddie, so much that she made Zack and Cody's London a genius.

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* In ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', this trope was deliberately subverted as Ashley Tisdale was asked to dye her natural naturally brown hair blonde so they could provide an inversion of the Dumb Blonde, Smart Asian stereotypes. As such, [[AsianAirhead London]] embodies every characteristic of the dumb blonde apart from the actual hair color while Maddie is a good student, very logical, and has the most common sense out of all the characters. One episode featured an alternate reality where things in the hotel were swapped around with Maddie being the heiress and London being the candy counter girl. Here, the trope was played straight with Maddie, so much that she made Zack and Cody's London a genius.



* This is Little Jeanne's opinion of Brandi Wine. In fact her hatred is so great Jeanne applies this line thinking to all other blondes she meets, such as [[Wrestling/MollyHolly Mona]].

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* This is Little Jeanne's opinion of Brandi Wine. In fact fact, her hatred is so great Jeanne applies this line thinking to all other blondes she meets, such as [[Wrestling/MollyHolly Mona]].



* Wrestling/TheBeautifulPeople were shown to be this occassionally, especially the [[Wrestling/AngelinaLove original]] [[Wrestling/VelvetSky two]]. [[Wrestling/DaffneyUnger Daffney]], at the behest of Wrestling/TaylorWilde and Roxxi, had began impersonating UsefulNotes/SarahPalin and feigned interest in Angelina and Velvet. The latter takes the cake with this exchange.
--> '''Velvet''': What's horse dung?
--> '''Angelina''': It's horse shit, Velvet! HORSE SHIT!

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* Wrestling/TheBeautifulPeople were shown to be this occassionally, occasionally, especially the [[Wrestling/AngelinaLove original]] [[Wrestling/VelvetSky two]]. [[Wrestling/DaffneyUnger Daffney]], at the behest of Wrestling/TaylorWilde and Roxxi, had began begun impersonating UsefulNotes/SarahPalin and feigned interest in Angelina and Velvet. The latter takes the cake with this exchange.
--> '''Velvet''': -->'''Velvet''': What's horse dung?
--> '''Angelina''': -->'''Angelina''': It's horse shit, Velvet! HORSE SHIT!



* Wrestling/KellyKelly was initially conceived as this, and the meaning behind her ring name was that she was "so stupid her parents had to name her twice". This got dropped pretty soon, and she was portrayed first as a GirlNextDoor and then a BewareTheNiceOnes wrestler.

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* Wrestling/KellyKelly was initially conceived as like this, and the meaning behind her ring name was that she was "so stupid her parents had to name her twice". This got dropped pretty soon, and she was portrayed first as a GirlNextDoor and then a BewareTheNiceOnes wrestler.



* Lavinia, the titular Little Witch of South African childrens' show ''Series/DieLieweHeksie'', is young, good-natured, blonde, and not terrifically bright or quick on the uptake. The original illustrated childrens' books make her even blonder.

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* Lavinia, the titular Little Witch of South African childrens' children's show ''Series/DieLieweHeksie'', is young, good-natured, blonde, and not terrifically bright or quick on the uptake. The original illustrated childrens' children's books make her even blonder.



* The TropeCodifier for the ''[[BrainlessBeauty beautiful]]'' DumbBlonde might have been the enormously popular late 1940s/1950s radio sitcom ''Franchise/MyFriendIrma'' starring Marie Wilson as the very pretty but oh so dim Irma. The series would spin off into feature films, a television series in the early 1950s and a long running comic scripted by Creator/StanLee!

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* The TropeCodifier for the ''[[BrainlessBeauty beautiful]]'' DumbBlonde might have been the enormously popular late 1940s/1950s radio sitcom ''Franchise/MyFriendIrma'' starring Marie Wilson as the very pretty but oh so dim Irma. The series would spin off into feature films, a television series in the early 1950s and a long running long-running comic scripted by Creator/StanLee!



* Holly from both the movie and musical versions of ''Theatre/TheWeddingSinger'' is both slutty and slightly dim, if sympathetic. However, in the original movie, Julia herself was intelligent in contrast to Robbie's stupid brunet ex, Linda. The musical reverses Julia's and Linda's hair colors, with Julia a BrainyBrunette[=/=]GirlNextDoor type and Linda an even bigger Dumb Blonde than Holly.

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* Holly from both the movie and musical versions of ''Theatre/TheWeddingSinger'' is both slutty and slightly dim, if sympathetic. However, in the original movie, Julia herself was intelligent in contrast to Robbie's stupid brunet ex, Linda. The musical reverses Julia's reverse Julia and Linda's hair colors, with Julia a BrainyBrunette[=/=]GirlNextDoor type and Linda an even bigger Dumb Blonde than Holly.



-->''Its not about aptitude/Its the way you're viewed''
-->''So its very shrewd to be/ Very very popular like me!''

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-->''Its -->''It's not about aptitude/Its aptitude/It's the way you're viewed''
-->''So its it's very shrewd to be/ Very very popular like me!''



* In ''CorruptionOfChampions'', drinking Bimbo Liqueur will turn you into one. It's also possible to use Bimbo Liqueur to turn various [=NPCs=], for example Rubi and Sophie, into Bimbos.

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* In ''CorruptionOfChampions'', drinking Bimbo Liqueur will turn you into one. It's also possible to use Bimbo Liqueur to turn various [=NPCs=], for example example, Rubi and Sophie, into Bimbos.



* '' VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'': Youhei Sunohara arguably counts as a male example. Then again, he dyes his hair from its natural onyx to bright blond. When NOT blond, he is actually a very positively received person, but serves as the ButtMonkey most of the time WHEN blond.
* ''VisualNovel/{{Grisaia No Kajitsu}}'': Michiru is not the birghtest student at Mihama Academy. Her idiocy usually lands her as the butt of most jokes, and although her circumstances make it a bit more complicated [[spoiler: as there is definitely a layer of [[ObfuscatingStupidity obfuscation]]]], she is genuinely not the sharpest tool in the shed.

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* '' VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'': Youhei Sunohara arguably counts as a male example. Then again, he dyes his hair from its natural onyx to bright blond. When NOT blond, he is actually a very positively received person, person but serves as the ButtMonkey most of the time WHEN blond.
* ''VisualNovel/{{Grisaia No Kajitsu}}'': Michiru is not the birghtest brightest student at Mihama Academy. Her idiocy usually lands her as the butt of most jokes, and although her circumstances make it a bit more complicated [[spoiler: as there is definitely a layer of [[ObfuscatingStupidity obfuscation]]]], she is genuinely not the sharpest tool in the shed.



* In the ''[[Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick Order of the Stick]]'' strip ''The Start of Darkness'', when Xykon throws Lirian to the brain-eating zombies, he says that, being a blonde, [[YourBrainWontBeMuchOfAMeal she might not have brains enough for them]].

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* In the ''[[Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick Order of the Stick]]'' strip ''The Start of Darkness'', when Xykon throws Lirian to the brain-eating zombies, he says that, that being a blonde, [[YourBrainWontBeMuchOfAMeal she might not have brains enough for them]].



** Also, see the time he tried to cover up for having knocked out Lars. He claimed that Lars had been hit by a falling brick and supported his argument by holding up a brick on which were written the words "I Hitt Mr Larz (Syned) A Brik".

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** Also, see the time he tried to cover up for having knocked out Lars. He claimed that Lars had been hit by a falling brick and supported his argument by holding up a brick on which were written the words "I Hitt Mr Mr. Larz (Syned) A Brik".



-->'''Goldie''': Wow! Look at all the trees! I wonder, if this is the forest!

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-->'''Goldie''': Wow! Look at all the trees! I wonder, wonder if this is the forest!



* [[http://thewretchedoneswebcomic.com/ The Wretched Ones]] both has this trope and subverts it. Sparkes is blonde and is shown to be fairly smart and quick witted while fellow blonde John is seen as ditzy and lacking common sense.

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* [[http://thewretchedoneswebcomic.com/ The Wretched Ones]] both has this trope and subverts it. Sparkes is blonde and is shown to be fairly smart and quick witted quick-witted while fellow blonde John is seen as ditzy and lacking common sense.



* Aphrodite in ''Literature/ThaliasMusings'', full stop. But she does have a certain shrewdness to the matters of heart. For example, she can see right through [[BelligerentSexualTension Apollo and Thalia]].

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* Aphrodite in ''Literature/ThaliasMusings'', full stop. But she does have a certain shrewdness to the matters of the heart. For example, she can see right through [[BelligerentSexualTension Apollo and Thalia]].



* Melody Valentine on ''WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussycats''. She got her start as this in the comic.

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* Melody Valentine on ''WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussycats''. She got her start as like this in the comic.



** This trope is completely subverted with [[spoiler:Vivian Francis Porter]], who is one of the best robotics designer and most of her credit is stolen by Dr. Finn who may seems like a BrainyBrunette, but is actually a Dumb Brunette in contrast to her smart blonde.

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** This trope is completely subverted with [[spoiler:Vivian Francis Porter]], who is one of the best robotics designer and most of her credit is stolen by Dr. Finn who may seems seem like a BrainyBrunette, BrainyBrunette but is actually a Dumb Brunette in contrast to her smart blonde.



** {{Inverted|Trope}} with [[TheSmartGuy Lisa]], but one episode [[PlayingWithATrope played with]] the idea--she joined the debate team, but nobody treated her seriously because of this trope. Lisa is really upset while Bart doesn't care because he thinks this stereotype is exclusive to the women.

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** {{Inverted|Trope}} with [[TheSmartGuy Lisa]], but one episode [[PlayingWithATrope played with]] the idea--she idea -- she joined the debate team, but nobody treated her seriously because of this trope. Lisa is really upset while Bart doesn't care because he thinks this stereotype is exclusive to the women.



* ''Franchise/StrawberryShortcake'''s Lemon Meringue (though more in the 1980s incarnation than in the later two).

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* ''Franchise/StrawberryShortcake'''s Lemon Meringue (though more in the 1980s incarnation than in the later latter two).



** Owen, Geoff (again) and Rock from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace''. Geoff even moreso than his last appearance.

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** Owen, Geoff (again) and Rock from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace''. Geoff even moreso more so than his last appearance.


* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': While Cersei isn't a ''complete'' moron, Tywin perfectly assesses her when he says that she is nowhere near as intelligent as she thinks she is. Her main flaw is that she continually underestimates people, and her level of misguided arrogance about her supposed political brilliance prevents her from seeing that she is wrong. She loses control of Joffrey almost immediately after he becomes king, and most of her attempts to dispose of Tyrion are laughable failures.
* [[TheDitz Chanel's]] only role on ''Ridiculousness'' is to blurt out [[NonSequitur Non-Sequiturs]] for Rob and Steelo (and the audience) to laugh at. She's also there, like us, to giggle fiercely at the people getting hurt.
* Lilly, from ''Series/HannahMontana''. {{Subverted|Trope}} in that she gets a scholarship to a prestigious university at the end of season 4, while Miley fails to get in (though it's due to [[spoiler: Miley's lack of participating in extracurricular activities, which she was unable to attend due to having to work as Hannah Montana]]). Lilly might have her ditzy moments, but ''academically'' is of at least average intelligence.
* ''Series/ICarly'':
** The portrayal of Music/BritneySpears expy Ginger Fox throughout "iFix a Popstar":
-->'''Carly:''' She should be here four hours ago!\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' You said 2 o'clock.\\
'''Sam:''' It's 6 o'clock!\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' Well, I didn't know if you mean o'clock AM or o'clock PM.\\
'''Sam:''' You're o'mazingly stupid.\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' What did she say?
** In the first season, Carly's friend Sam was cast as a dumb blonde like when, in "iWin a Date", Carly is telling Shannon everything and Sam still says "Shhh. It could still work," but as time went on, she became more lazy and less stupid.
* Goldie Hawn on ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''
* Loretta Tortelli on ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' is a well known example.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
** The show set out to subvert this trope with the titular character; she comes off on first acquaintance as a stereotypical DumbBlonde, but turns out to be a clever, wisecracking ActionGirl. On the other hand, many of the villains and minor characters (most notably Harmony) played the trope straight; and Buffy herself, though savvy and intelligent, was a mediocre student (of course, she never had much time to study) and not nearly as brainy as her redheaded friend Willow.
--> '''Buffy:''' Spell it out for me. I feel an attack of [[LampshadeHanging dumb blonde]] coming on."
** Glory from the fifth season is another example and also the BigBad.
** You could probably argue Spike falls under this a lot of the time, yes he's Stephen Hawking when it comes to [[BloodKnight punching people]] but he is frequently outsmarted/manipulated by just about everyone and gets some serious BadassDecay in the later seasons of Buffy due to being a ButtMonkey. On the flipside Spike is actually quite the poet and well read.
** Anya wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer in her early years, although she's shown to be very good with math.
** In the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' spin-off Harmony has this trait really cranked UpToEleven when she appeared on the spin-off. In the parent series she was merely an AlphaBitch and IneffectualSympatheticVillain.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': While Cersei isn't a ''complete'' moron, Tywin perfectly assesses her when he says that she is nowhere near as intelligent as she thinks she is. Her main flaw is that she continually underestimates people, and her level of misguided arrogance about her supposed political brilliance prevents her from seeing that she is wrong. Bridget in ''Series/EightSimpleRules''. She loses control of Joffrey almost immediately after he becomes king, and most of her attempts to dispose of Tyrion are laughable failures.
* [[TheDitz Chanel's]] only role on ''Ridiculousness'' is to blurt out [[NonSequitur Non-Sequiturs]] for Rob and Steelo (and the audience) to laugh at. She's also there, like us, to giggle fiercely at the people getting hurt.
* Lilly, from ''Series/HannahMontana''. {{Subverted|Trope}} in that she gets
has quite a scholarship to a prestigious university at the end of season 4, while Miley fails to get in (though it's due to [[spoiler: Miley's lack of participating in extracurricular activities, which she was unable to attend due to having to work as Hannah Montana]]). Lilly might have her few ditzy moments, but ''academically'' is of at least average intelligence.
* ''Series/ICarly'':
** The portrayal of Music/BritneySpears expy Ginger Fox throughout "iFix a Popstar":
-->'''Carly:''' She should be here four hours ago!\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' You said 2 o'clock.\\
'''Sam:''' It's 6 o'clock!\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' Well, I didn't know if you mean o'clock AM or o'clock PM.\\
'''Sam:''' You're o'mazingly stupid.\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' What did she say?
** In
such as Kerrie banging on the first season, Carly's friend Sam was cast as a dumb blonde like when, in "iWin a Date", Carly is telling Shannon everything table and Sam still says "Shhh. It could still work," but as time went on, she became more lazy Bridget answering the door to find nobody there and less stupid.
* Goldie Hawn on ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''
* Loretta Tortelli on ''Series/{{Cheers}}''
remarking that it keeps happening. Bridget is a well known example.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
** The show set out to subvert this trope with the titular character; she comes off on first acquaintance as a stereotypical DumbBlonde, but turns out
shown to be quite a clever, wisecracking ActionGirl. On the other hand, many of the villains and minor characters (most notably Harmony) played the trope straight; and Buffy herself, though savvy and intelligent, was a mediocre student (of course, she never had much time to study) and not nearly as brainy as her redheaded friend Willow.
--> '''Buffy:''' Spell it out for me. I feel an attack of [[LampshadeHanging dumb blonde]] coming on."
** Glory from the fifth season is another example and also the BigBad.
** You could probably argue Spike falls under this a lot of the time, yes he's Stephen Hawking
capable girl when it comes to [[BloodKnight punching people]] but he is frequently outsmarted/manipulated by just about everyone and gets some serious BadassDecay in the later seasons of Buffy due to being a ButtMonkey. On the flipside Spike is actually quite the poet and well read.
** Anya wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer in her early years, although
things she's shown to be very good with math.
** In the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' spin-off Harmony has this trait really cranked UpToEleven when she appeared on the spin-off. In the parent series she was merely an AlphaBitch
interested in, such as fashion and IneffectualSympatheticVillain.boys, but she's definitely a little spacey.



* An unintentional but undeniable example is Claire from ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', whose stupidity and [[MadeOfPlasticine inexplicable vulnerability to serious injury]] would've [[TooDumbToLive resulted in her death]] long ago if not for her HealingFactor. While she occassionally has displays of actual competence, they are undermined by frequent disastrous decision making, culminating most recently in [[spoiler: revealing the existence of the specials to the world on a whim, which has been shown (literally in previous seasons) to ''never'' end well]]. To be fair, almost ''no one'' on ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' seems to possess the intellectual capacity to avoid making [[NiceJobBreakingItHero potentially world-ending choices]].
* Chrissy on ''Series/ThreesCompany.'' Also, Cindy, later on. Terri was more or less an aversion.
* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': Generally averted with Sabrina and her aunts (though Hilda is BookDumb), but the trope is invoked in some episodes.
** In one episode, a cleaning spell goes wrong, resulting in the black-furred cat Salem turning white. The response:
-->'''Salem:''' I'm blonde! My IQ just dropped 20 points!
-->'''Zelda:''' (Indicating the three witches in turn, then Salem) Blonde. Blonde. Blonde. [[BreadEggsMilkSquick ''Dead.'']]
-->(Salem jumps off the table)
** An episode has Sabrina getting hit with an airhead virus that turned her into the stereotypical dumb blonde.
* Kelly Bundy on ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''. In fact, this Trope shows up in the show ''a lot''.
* Inverted with Samantha Carter in the Franchise/StargateVerse (who isn't merely competent, but unquestionably TheSmartGuy). Later spoofed by Rodney [=McKay=]:
--> '''[=McKay=]:''' I wish I wasn't so attracted to you. I've always had such a weakness for dumb blondes.
--> '''Sam:''' (''Looks shocked for a minute, then glares'') [[PlotAllergy Go suck a lemon]]. (''Exits'')
--> '''[=McKay=]:''' Sexy. Very, very sexy.
* Also inverted in ''Series/CSIMiami'', where brunette Natalia is less intelligent (relatively speaking) than blonde Calleigh.
* Inverted in ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' with blonde Chloe Sullivan, who is easily the smartest recurring female character on the show and one of the smartest characters overall (though this might not be saying much [[IdiotPlot all things considered]]). Meanwhile, brunette Lana Lang is [[DamselScrappy definitely]] [[TooDumbToLive NOT]] [[BrainyBrunette brainy]] (despite what the writers would [[InformedAbility like you to think]]).
** The aversion is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] when Chloe refers to herself as the "sharpest blonde you'll ever meet." However, her natural hair color was actually [[BrainyBrunette brown]].
* Amanda on ''Series/UglyBetty''.
** Also, in ''Series/YoSoyBettyLaFea'', Patricia Fernández (whose stupidity was in SmallNameBigEgo style) and Aura María (who was simply ditzy and a bad judge of character).
* Sketch actress Carol Wayne specialized in playing this type on Johnny Carson's ''Series/TheTonightShow'', as with the Matinee Lady in the "Art Fern Tea Time Movie" routines. Even on those occasions when she chatted with Johnny "as herself", she affected this persona.
* Erica [[spoiler: the biological mother of Chandler and Monica's adopted kids]] and Rachel's sisters Jill and Amy from ''Series/{{Friends}}''.
* On ''Series/TheWestWing'', Lt. Jack Reese breaks a $400 ashtray (for submarines) to show Donna why it costs so much money. He wishes he hadn't done it and says to Donna (jokingly), "It's...'cause you're blond." As that quote implies, Donna neatly and completely subverts the trope through the entire series, often entering into heady debates with her boss and winning more than half the time because of [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass how smart Josh is about not-politics]].
* In ''Series/That70sShow'', Laurie Foreman is a dumb blond; might also be considered the skanky blonde. There was also [[SweaterGirl Midge]] Pinciotti and Annette, played by guest star Jessica Simpson.
* Cheyenne and Barbra Jean from ''Series/{{Reba}}'' both have plenty of "blonde" moments, though Cheyenne is pretty smart most of the time, whereas Barbra Jean embodies this trope to the point where most of the characters (usually Reba) make fun of her craziness and lack of intelligence.
* In ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', this trope was deliberately subverted as Ashley Tisdale was asked to dye her natural brown hair blonde so they could provide an inversion of the Dumb Blonde, Smart Asian stereotypes. As such, [[AsianAirhead London]] embodies every characteristic of the dumb blonde apart from the actual hair color while Maddie is a good student, very logical, and has the most common sense out of all the characters. One episode featured an alternate reality where things in the hotel were swapped around with Maddie being the heiress and London being the candy counter girl. Here, the trope was played straight with Maddie, so much that she made Zack and Cody's London a genius.
* Bridget in ''Series/EightSimpleRules''. She has quite a few ditzy moments, such as Kerrie banging on the table and Bridget answering the door to find nobody there and remarking that it keeps happening. Bridget is shown to be quite a capable girl when it comes to things she's interested in, such as fashion and boys, but she's definitely a little spacey.
* ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'':
** Phoebe went blonde in the third season and, while she was already a bit of a ditz, whenever she had a moment, Prue or Piper would call attention to her being a blonde. Paige - the ditziest of the sisters - went blonde in season 6, but nobody ever referenced it.
** Billie sometimes uses ObfuscatingStupidity but, like Bridget above (played by the same actress), is shown to be capable enough.
** A season 6 episode had three evil blonde witches who were completely dim. Their entry in the Book of Shadows said there was no need to vanquish them because of how incompetent they were. One of them was indeed played by Jenny [=McCarthy=]
* Jessica Simpson portrayed herself as one of these in MTV's ''Series/NewlywedsNickAndJessica'' - notably with her famous "chicken or fish?" line. She's also played numerous other dumb blonde characters - a big contrast to her wholesome image when she was a pop star.
* On ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' in the 1980s, Victoria Jackson frequently played this type.
* Terri on ''Series/{{Glee}}'', as well as her sister Kendra. The other main blond characters, Sue and Quinn, meanwhile, have fairly normal intelligences. Brittany meanwhile is the ultimate ditz, examples found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVAUaocY0ec here]].[[note]] An AlternateCharacterInterpretation of Brittany is that she's not actually dumb, she's ''completely insane'' and everything she does and says would make perfect sense if you were under the same delusions that she is. This interpretation is the one held by Heather Morris, the actress who plays her.[[/note]]
* Played oddly straight (though possibly accidentally) on ''Series/RobinHood'' with the TooDumbToLive Kate. Even more strangely, the actress was a natural brunette. For them to have actually ''dyed'' a woman's hair in order to make her a blonde, and then portray her as such an idiot that there was serious fan speculation that she had a mental disorder, led to several UnfortunateImplications. But also several moments of unintentional hilarity: when the outlaws are about to be burnt at the stake, an angry crowd begins chanting "burn them, burn them!" Kate joins in, but is slightly out of sync. Obviously two whole syllables were a bit much for her.
* Rose from ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' is a rare senior citizen example. Demonstrated perfectly in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tOjEm0nnVE&NR=1 this scene]].



* Dick Casablancas from ''Series/VeronicaMars'' is pretty much the epitome of a male dumb blonde.
* Angelina, the season 5 winner from ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''. ''Any'' of the contestants with yellow hair could apply due to shocking ignorance about simple rules of the road, but how ''else'' do you describe someone who doesn't know ''how to get the gas cap off?'' Yes, that was shown, and yes, the door over the cap was open. She returned for the all-star season 9 along with season 6 runner-up Dale, with neither one having gotten any better.
* Detective Ishihara of ''Series/{{Trick}}'' is this in spades. The man is so off his rocker that he would have trouble holding down a job at [=McDonald=]'s, let alone become a detective with the Tokyo police, even if he's in a comedy series. Then, in the season 2 finale, when the cast goes to a forest that makes hair grow, his natural black hair grows back, displacing what must be gallons of bleach, and he not only becomes competent, but downright intelligent. One can only imagine he started bleaching his hair after becoming a detective...
* Both inverted and played straight with the titular characters on ''Series/HopeAndFaith''. Hope is blond, but has the most common sense out of anyone, Faith, on the other hand, fits the stereotype perfectly as she's so dense at times that she almost steps over the line into being an extreme [[TheDitz ditz]]. She's also a bit of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.
* Serena van der Woodsen on ''Series/GossipGirl''.
* Paisley in ''Series/ANTFarm''.
* Taken to its logical extreme on ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' when Micheal romances a beautiful blonde who, unbeknownst to him, is actually mentally handicapped.
* Quendra on ''Series/{{Community}}''. It's made abundantly clear Jeff wants her in the study group only for her physical attributes.
* Inverted in ''Series/GilmoreGirls'' with the intelligent and ambitious Paris Geller, who was played by actress Liza Weil who actually dyed her hair blonde to underline her character as a foil to Rory Gilmore, who, interestingly, is herself a BrainyBrunette.



* Beatrice from ''Series/AnotherPeriod'' is portrayed as very ignorant and clueless. She however is ObfuscatingStupidity and is in fact a GeniusDitz. She's great at math despite being illiterate, has an amazing opera voice, and can discuss ethics and politics quite well. A season 2 episode revolves around her being able to show her smarts off but she ends up choosing to continue acting dumb.
%%* Paisley in ''Series/ANTFarm''.
* Taken to its logical extreme on ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' when Micheal romances a beautiful blonde who, unbeknownst to him, is actually mentally handicapped.
* Played with in ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Felicity at one point jokes that she "may be blonde, but...not that blonde" in reference to one of the ridiculous cover stories that Oliver and Diggle tried to fool her with; in fact, Felicity is a genius, but is also actually naturally a brunette and dyes her hair blonde. Her mother, however, who is a natural blonde, fits the stereotype to a much greater extent.



* Jools from ''Faith in the Future'' is a rare male example.
* ''Series/HouseOfAnubis'':
** Amber tends to lean towards this trope, though it's shown that she IS pretty smart when it counts, and has come up with many ideas including the formation of Sibuna itself. She might be a case of [[BrilliantButLazy Brilliant but lazy]] or more likely the [[GeniusDitz Genius ditz]] as she is shown to be very skilled in fashion and often mystery related topics as well.
** Mick also counts as this, but it's shown that he does have the ability to be smart and he does try, he just [[BookDumb struggles academically]]. When he does get help, his grades go up by a lot.
* Occasionally downplayed with Marlene in ''[[Series/LesPetitsMeurtresDAgathaChristie Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie]]''; she's BookDumb and a [[TheDitz ditz]], but she has manners and smarts that StreetSmart Alice Avril doesn't.
* Farrah Arnold on the short-lived WB sitcom ''Twins''
* One of Justin's love interests on the drama show ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''.
* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'' sees Hanna ''really'' play with this trope.
* Poppy on ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Unusually for the trope her defining character trait is being an irritating MotorMouth - her being stupid is incidental.
* ''Series/MadMen'': Meredith, the SCDP/SC&P receptionist starting in Season 5, seems to have all the awareness and intelligence of a cinder block. It's very startling given that all the other blonds of the show: Account Man and Writer Ken Cosgrove, Witty yet shallow former model and Anthropology major Betty Draper Francis, the smartass yet sensitive Sally Draper, calm and efficient Faye Miller, and the wise and loving Anna Draper and her priggish sister and free-spirited niece all show to be just as, or even more intelligent than the non-blonds on the show. In fact, Brunette Janie Sterling lacks common sense.
* Jill Monroe in ''Series/CharliesAngels'', particularly in early episodes. Although attempts are made to avert this by having Jill display unexpected insight and knowledge, there are still moments like in "Night of the Strangler" where Jill, for no reason whatsoever, asks about a suspect's astrological sign in the middle of a mission briefing (the same episode includes a joke that she's taking memory classes because she keeps forgetting things; Jill says she forgot to take the class). Jill (and her successor, Kris) also play up the stereotype as missions demand, as do (very rarely) Sabrina and Kelly as they attempt a "dumb brunette" variant.
* Played with in ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Felicity at one point jokes that she "may be blonde, but...not that blonde" in reference to one of the ridiculous cover stories that Oliver and Diggle tried to fool her with; in fact, Felicity is a genius, but is also actually naturally a brunette and dyes her hair blonde. Her mother, however, who is a natural blonde, fits the stereotype to a much greater extent.
* Jo Grant from ''Series/DoctorWho'', the Doctor's UNIT assistant who only got the job because her uncle was able to pull strings, and whose role as TheWatson was played up so much it seemed like she needed ''everything'' explained to her by the Doctor. A particularly ludicrous example is when she and the Doctor are investigating disturbances in the time stream causing figures from the past to appear in the present day. They hear the sound of an engine and the Doctor tells her it's a German plane from [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the Second World War]]. Her response: [[TooDumbToLive "What does it do?"]]
** It was a [[DeathFromAbove German buzz bomb]], so that was actually a valid question.
* Creator/CarolCleveland played a lot of roles like this in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', such as Vanilla Hoare, the stuck-up starlet in "Scott of the Sahara." In real life she is a redhead, by the way.
* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' offered a male example. The younger (prettier, impulsive, blond) Duke boy Bo was forever getting the two into scrapes that his older ([[BrainyBrunette brunet]]) cousin Luke had to get them out of.
* Beatrice from ''Series/AnotherPeriod'' is portrayed as very ignorant and clueless. She however is ObfuscatingStupidity and is in fact a GeniusDitz. She's great at math despite being illiterate, has an amazing opera voice, and can discuss ethics and politics quite well. A season 2 episode revolves around her being able to show her smarts off but she ends up choosing to continue acting dumb.



* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''
** The show set out to subvert this trope with the titular character; she comes off on first acquaintance as a stereotypical DumbBlonde, but turns out to be a clever, wisecracking ActionGirl. On the other hand, many of the villains and minor characters (most notably Harmony) played the trope straight; and Buffy herself, though savvy and intelligent, was a mediocre student (of course, she never had much time to study) and not nearly as brainy as her redheaded friend Willow.
--->'''Buffy:''' Spell it out for me. I feel an attack of [[LampshadeHanging dumb blonde]] coming on.
** Glory from the fifth season is another example and also the BigBad.
** You could probably argue Spike falls under this a lot of the time, yes he's Stephen Hawking when it comes to [[BloodKnight punching people]] but he is frequently outsmarted/manipulated by just about everyone and gets some serious BadassDecay in the later seasons of Buffy due to being a ButtMonkey. On the flipside Spike is actually quite the poet and well read.
** Anya wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer in her early years, although she's shown to be very good with math.
** In the ''Series/{{Angel}}'' spin-off Harmony has this trait really cranked UpToEleven when she appeared on the spin-off. In the parent series she was merely an AlphaBitch and IneffectualSympatheticVillain.
* Angelina, the season 5 winner from ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''. ''Any'' of the contestants with yellow hair could apply due to shocking ignorance about simple rules of the road, but how ''else'' do you describe someone who doesn't know ''how to get the gas cap off?'' Yes, that was shown, and yes, the door over the cap was open. She returned for the all-star season 9 along with season 6 runner-up Dale, with neither one having gotten any better.
* Jill Monroe in ''Series/CharliesAngels'', particularly in early episodes. Although attempts are made to avert this by having Jill display unexpected insight and knowledge, there are still moments like in "Night of the Strangler" where Jill, for no reason whatsoever, asks about a suspect's astrological sign in the middle of a mission briefing (the same episode includes a joke that she's taking memory classes because she keeps forgetting things; Jill says she forgot to take the class). Jill (and her successor, Kris) also play up the stereotype as missions demand, as do (very rarely) Sabrina and Kelly as they attempt a "dumb brunette" variant.
* ''Series/Charmed1998'':
** Phoebe went blonde in the third season and, while she was already a bit of a ditz, whenever she had a moment, Prue or Piper would call attention to her being a blonde. Paige - the ditziest of the sisters - went blonde in season 6, but nobody ever referenced it.
** Billie sometimes uses ObfuscatingStupidity but, like Bridget above (played by the same actress), is shown to be capable enough.
** A season 6 episode had three evil blonde witches who were completely dim. Their entry in the Book of Shadows said there was no need to vanquish them because of how incompetent they were. One of them was indeed played by Jenny [=McCarthy=].
%%* Loretta Tortelli on ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' is a well known example.
* In ''Series/LeCoeurASesRaisons'', Megan Barrington-Montgomery is otherworldly stupid, [[PostModernism even by the show's standards]]. Highlights include her trying to apply sunscreen directly on the sun for a better efficiency in a deleted scene, failing to understand the simple phrase "Megan I have to talk to you" and three other variants and being frightened by the fact that one could cut a piece of paper with scissors. Ashley Rockwell also qualifies, but to a slightly lesser degree.
* Quendra on ''Series/{{Community}}''. It's made abundantly clear Jeff wants her in the study group only for her physical attributes.
* Also inverted in ''Series/CSIMiami'', where brunette Natalia is less intelligent (relatively speaking) than blonde Calleigh.



* In ''VideoGame/LeCoeurASesRaisons'', Megan Barrington-Montgomery is otherworldly stupid, [[PostModernism even by the show's standards]]. Highlights include her trying to apply sunscreen directly on the sun for a better efficiency in a deleted scene, failing to understand the simple phrase "Megan I have to talk to you" and three other variants and being frightened by the fact that one could cut a piece of paper with scissors. Ashley Rockwell also qualifies, but to a slightly lesser degree.

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* In ''VideoGame/LeCoeurASesRaisons'', Megan Barrington-Montgomery is otherworldly stupid, [[PostModernism even ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Jo Grant, the Doctor's UNIT assistant who only got the job because her uncle was able to pull strings, and whose role as TheWatson was played up so much it seemed like she needed ''everything'' explained to her
by the show's standards]]. Highlights include Doctor. A particularly ludicrous example is when she and the Doctor are investigating disturbances in the time stream causing figures from the past to appear in the present day. They hear the sound of an engine and the Doctor tells her trying it's a German plane from [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the Second World War]]. Her response: [[TooDumbToLive "What does it do?"]]
*** It was a [[DeathFromAbove German buzz bomb]], so that was actually a valid question.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E4DaleksInManhattan "Daleks in Manhattan"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E5EvolutionOfTheDaleks "Evolution of the Daleks"]]: Tallulah initially seems like this trope, but in a {{subversion}} is far from naïve, pointing out that it's her problem that she chooses
to apply sunscreen directly go into the dangerous sewers looking for her missing boyfriend.
* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' offered a male example. The younger (prettier, impulsive, blond) Duke boy Bo was forever getting the two into scrapes that his older ([[BrainyBrunette brunet]]) cousin Luke had to get them out of.
%%* Jools from ''Faith in the Future'' is a rare male example.
* Poppy on ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Unusually for the trope her defining character trait is being an irritating MotorMouth - her being stupid is incidental.
%%* Erica [[spoiler: the biological mother of Chandler and Monica's adopted kids]] and Rachel's sisters Jill and Amy from ''Series/{{Friends}}''.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': While Cersei isn't a ''complete'' moron, Tywin perfectly assesses her when he says that she is nowhere near as intelligent as she thinks she is. Her main flaw is that she continually underestimates people, and her level of misguided arrogance about her supposed political brilliance prevents her from seeing that she is wrong. She loses control of Joffrey almost immediately after he becomes king, and most of her attempts to dispose of Tyrion are laughable failures.
* Inverted in ''Series/GilmoreGirls'' with the intelligent and ambitious Paris Geller, who was played by actress Liza Weil who actually dyed her hair blonde to underline her character as a foil to Rory Gilmore, who, interestingly, is herself a BrainyBrunette.
* Terri on ''Series/{{Glee}}'', as well as her sister Kendra. The other main blond characters, Sue and Quinn, meanwhile, have fairly normal intelligences. Brittany meanwhile is the ultimate ditz, examples found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVAUaocY0ec here]].[[note]] An AlternateCharacterInterpretation of Brittany is that she's not actually dumb, she's ''completely insane'' and everything she does and says would make perfect sense if you were under the same delusions that she is. This interpretation is the one held by Heather Morris, the actress who plays her.[[/note]]
%%* Rose from ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' is a rare senior citizen example. Demonstrated perfectly in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tOjEm0nnVE&NR=1 this scene]].
%%* Serena van der Woodsen on ''Series/GossipGirl''.
* Lilly, from ''Series/HannahMontana''. {{Subverted|Trope}} in that she gets a scholarship to a prestigious university at the end of season 4, while Miley fails to get in (though it's due to [[spoiler: Miley's lack of participating in extracurricular activities, which she was unable to attend due to having to work as Hannah Montana]]). Lilly might have her ditzy moments, but ''academically'' is of at least average intelligence.
* An unintentional but undeniable example is Claire from ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', whose stupidity and [[MadeOfPlasticine inexplicable vulnerability to serious injury]] would've [[TooDumbToLive resulted in her death]] long ago if not for her HealingFactor. While she occassionally has displays of actual competence, they are undermined by frequent disastrous decision making, culminating most recently in [[spoiler: revealing the existence of the specials to the world on a whim, which has been shown (literally in previous seasons) to ''never'' end well]]. To be fair, almost ''no one'' on ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' seems to possess the intellectual capacity to avoid making [[NiceJobBreakingItHero potentially world-ending choices]].
* Both inverted and played straight with the titular characters on ''Series/HopeAndFaith''. Hope is blond, but has the most common sense out of anyone, Faith,
on the sun for a better efficiency in a deleted scene, failing to understand the simple phrase "Megan I have to talk to you" and three other variants and hand, fits the stereotype perfectly as she's so dense at times that she almost steps over the line into being frightened an extreme [[TheDitz ditz]]. She's also a bit of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.
* ''Series/HouseOfAnubis'':
** Amber tends to lean towards this trope, though it's shown that she IS pretty smart when it counts, and has come up with many ideas including the formation of Sibuna itself. She might be a case of [[BrilliantButLazy Brilliant but lazy]] or more likely the [[GeniusDitz Genius ditz]] as she is shown to be very skilled in fashion and often mystery related topics as well.
** Mick also counts as this, but it's shown that he does have the ability to be smart and he does try, he just [[BookDumb struggles academically]]. When he does get help, his grades go up by a lot.
* ''Series/ICarly'':
** The portrayal of Music/BritneySpears expy Ginger Fox throughout "iFix a Popstar":
--->'''Carly:''' She should be here four hours ago!\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' You said 2 o'clock.\\
'''Sam:''' It's 6 o'clock!\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' Well, I didn't know if you mean o'clock AM or o'clock PM.\\
'''Sam:''' You're o'mazingly stupid.\\
'''Ginger Fox:''' What did she say?
** In the first season, Carly's friend Sam was cast as a dumb blonde like when, in "iWin a Date", Carly is telling Shannon everything and Sam still says "Shhh. It could still work," but as time went on, she became more lazy and less stupid.
* ''Series/MadMen'': Meredith, the SCDP/SC&P receptionist starting in Season 5, seems to have all the awareness and intelligence of a cinder block. It's very startling given that all the other blonds of the show: Account Man and Writer Ken Cosgrove, Witty yet shallow former model and Anthropology major Betty Draper Francis, the smartass yet sensitive Sally Draper, calm and efficient Faye Miller, and the wise and loving Anna Draper and her priggish sister and free-spirited niece all show to be just as, or even more intelligent than the non-blonds on the show. In fact, Brunette Janie Sterling lacks common sense.
%%* Kelly Bundy on ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''. In fact, this Trope shows up in the show ''a lot''.
* Creator/CarolCleveland played a lot of roles like this in ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', such as Vanilla Hoare, the stuck-up starlet in "Scott of the Sahara." In real life she is a redhead,
by the fact way.
* Jessica Simpson portrayed herself as one of these in MTV's ''Series/NewlywedsNickAndJessica'' - notably with her famous "chicken or fish?" line. She's also played numerous other dumb blonde characters - a big contrast to her wholesome image when she was a pop star.
* Occasionally downplayed with Marlene in ''[[Series/LesPetitsMeurtresDAgathaChristie Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie]]''; she's BookDumb and a [[TheDitz ditz]], but she has manners and smarts
that one could cut a piece of paper StreetSmart Alice Avril doesn't.
%%* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'' sees Hanna ''really'' play
with scissors. Ashley Rockwell this trope.
* Cheyenne and Barbra Jean from ''Series/{{Reba}}'' both have plenty of "blonde" moments, though Cheyenne is pretty smart most of the time, whereas Barbra Jean embodies this trope to the point where most of the characters (usually Reba) make fun of her craziness and lack of intelligence.
* [[TheDitz Chanel's]] only role on ''Ridiculousness'' is to blurt out [[NonSequitur Non-Sequiturs]] for Rob and Steelo (and the audience) to laugh at. She's
also qualifies, there, like us, to giggle fiercely at the people getting hurt.
* Played oddly straight (though possibly accidentally) on ''Series/RobinHood'' with the TooDumbToLive Kate. Even more strangely, the actress was a natural brunette. For them to have actually ''dyed'' a woman's hair in order to make her a blonde, and then portray her as such an idiot that there was serious fan speculation that she had a mental disorder, led to several UnfortunateImplications. But also several moments of unintentional hilarity: when the outlaws are about to be burnt at the stake, an angry crowd begins chanting "burn them, burn them!" Kate joins in,
but to a is slightly lesser degree. out of sync. Obviously two whole syllables were a bit much for her.
%%* Goldie Hawn on ''Series/RowanAndMartinsLaughIn''.
* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': Generally averted with Sabrina and her aunts (though Hilda is BookDumb), but the trope is invoked in some episodes.
** In one episode, a cleaning spell goes wrong, resulting in the black-furred cat Salem turning white. The response:
--->'''Salem:''' I'm blonde! My IQ just dropped 20 points!\\
'''Zelda:''' (Indicating the three witches in turn, then Salem) Blonde. Blonde. Blonde. ''[[BreadEggsMilkSquick Dead.]]''\\
(Salem jumps off the table)
** An episode has Sabrina getting hit with an airhead virus that turned her into the stereotypical dumb blonde.
%%* On ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' in the 1980s, Victoria Jackson frequently played this type.



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---> '''Jeannie:''' Yes. [[ComicallyMissingThePoint That was an easy question]].

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* Inverted in ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' with blonde Chloe Sullivan, who is easily the smartest recurring female character on the show and one of the smartest characters overall (though this might not be saying much [[IdiotPlot all things considered]]). Meanwhile, brunette Lana Lang is [[DamselScrappy definitely]] [[TooDumbToLive NOT]] [[BrainyBrunette brainy]] (despite what the writers would [[InformedAbility like you to think]]).
** The aversion is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] when Chloe refers to herself as the "sharpest blonde you'll ever meet." However, her natural hair color was actually [[BrainyBrunette brown]].
* Inverted with Samantha Carter in the Franchise/StargateVerse (who isn't merely competent, but unquestionably TheSmartGuy). Later spoofed by Rodney [=McKay=]:
-->'''[=McKay=]:''' I wish I wasn't so attracted to you. I've always had such a weakness for dumb blondes.\\
'''Sam:''' (''Looks shocked for a minute, then glares'') [[PlotAllergy Go suck a lemon]]. (''Exits'')\\
'''[=McKay=]:''' Sexy. Very, very sexy.
* In ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', this trope was deliberately subverted as Ashley Tisdale was asked to dye her natural brown hair blonde so they could provide an inversion of the Dumb Blonde, Smart Asian stereotypes. As such, [[AsianAirhead London]] embodies every characteristic of the dumb blonde apart from the actual hair color while Maddie is a good student, very logical, and has the most common sense out of all the characters. One episode featured an alternate reality where things in the hotel were swapped around with Maddie being the heiress and London being the candy counter girl. Here, the trope was played straight with Maddie, so much that she made Zack and Cody's London a genius.
* In ''Series/That70sShow'', Laurie Foreman is a dumb blond; might also be considered the skanky blonde. There was also [[SweaterGirl Midge]] Pinciotti and Annette, played by guest star Jessica Simpson.
%%* Chrissy on ''Series/ThreesCompany.'' Also, Cindy, later on. Terri was more or less an aversion.
* Sketch actress Carol Wayne specialized in playing this type on Johnny Carson's ''Series/TheTonightShow'', as with the Matinee Lady in the "Art Fern Tea Time Movie" routines. Even on those occasions when she chatted with Johnny "as herself", she affected this persona.
* Detective Ishihara of ''Series/{{Trick}}'' is this in spades. The man is so off his rocker that he would have trouble holding down a job at [=McDonald=]'s, let alone become a detective with the Tokyo police, even if he's in a comedy series. Then, in the season 2 finale, when the cast goes to a forest that makes hair grow, his natural black hair grows back, displacing what must be gallons of bleach, and he not only becomes competent, but downright intelligent. One can only imagine he started bleaching his hair after becoming a detective...
%%* Farrah Arnold on the short-lived WB sitcom ''Twins''
%%* Amanda on ''Series/UglyBetty''.
%%* Dick Casablancas from ''Series/VeronicaMars'' is pretty much the epitome of a male dumb blonde.
* On ''Series/TheWestWing'', Lt. Jack Reese breaks a $400 ashtray (for submarines) to show Donna why it costs so much money. He wishes he hadn't done it and says to Donna (jokingly), "It's...'cause you're blond." As that quote implies, Donna neatly and completely subverts the trope through the entire series, often entering into heady debates with her boss and winning more than half the time because of [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass how smart Josh is about not-politics]].
%%* One of Justin's love interests on the drama show ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''.
* In ''Series/YoSoyBettyLaFea'', Patricia Fernández (whose stupidity was in SmallNameBigEgo style) and Aura María (who was simply ditzy and a bad judge of character).



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** Ino Yamanaka similar to Naruto can be very brainy and was the one who concluded that Pain's real body must be around the village for his technique to work during the latter's invasion. ''However'' when attractive boys are involved, Ino [[SmittenTeenageGirl can]] be very, very dumb.

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** Ino Yamanaka similar to Naruto can be very brainy and smart when she wants given she was the one who concluded that Pain's real body must be around the village for his technique to work during the latter's invasion. ''However'' when attractive boys are involved, Ino [[SmittenTeenageGirl can]] be very, very dumb.



* ''Franchise/OnePiece'': Downplayed with Sanji--he's certainly not stupid, but he can be of the ditziest Straw Hats, sometimes a bit of a [[CasanovaWannabe sucker]], and one of the Straw Hats most likely to make poor decisions based on immediate [[HotBlooded emotions]]. Averted when it comes to battle as Sanji reveals he is actually a [[GeniusBruiser genius fighter]] and [[TheStrategist tactician]], but when hot ladies are in his vicinity... ''he [[LoveMakesYouDumb becomes]] dumber than Luffy''.

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* ''Franchise/OnePiece'': Downplayed with Sanji--he's certainly not stupid, stupid being quite book smart, but he can still be one of the ditziest Straw Hats, sometimes a bit of a [[CasanovaWannabe sucker]], and one of the Straw Hats most likely to make poor decisions based on immediate [[HotBlooded emotions]]. Averted when it comes to battle as Sanji reveals he is actually a [[GeniusBruiser genius fighter]] and [[TheStrategist tactician]], but when hot ladies are in his vicinity... ''he [[LoveMakesYouDumb becomes]] dumber than Luffy''.even [[IdoitHero Luffy]]''.



* Amusingly Film/{{Thor}} from the [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] is a male version, he frequently makes rash decisions, doesn't understand science, flies a spaceship by smacking buttons and is sometimes (namely [[Film/ThorRagnarok Ragnarok]]) comes off as a complete IdiotHero. It's mark of how far Thor has come that he's eventually able to outwit his brother Loki the God of Mischief. Averted when it comes to battle, where he's a fighting genius.

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* Amusingly Film/{{Thor}} from the [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] is a male version, he frequently makes rash decisions, doesn't understand science, flies thinks science is lame, flew a spaceship by smacking buttons and is sometimes (namely [[Film/ThorRagnarok Ragnarok]]) comes off as a complete IdiotHero. It's mark of how far Thor has come by the time of ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' that he's eventually able to outwit his brother Loki the God of Mischief. Averted when it comes to battle, where he's a fighting genius. genius, plus as seen in Ragnarok Thor can effectively pilot a spaceship and is more tech savvy.
* Played with in regards to Carol Danvers in ''Film/CaptainMarvel'', she’s not dim or ditzy but nevertheless fails to understand social ques (to be fair she has FalseMemories), makes unfair assumptions about alien races, solves most of her problems but by punching things and is way too confident in her power for her own good.


* In season 1 of ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'', Emma Nelson, while book smart, was introduced as lacking common sense and went on to be scatter-brained on multiple occasions and was always so narrow minded that she, in Sean's brother's words, would not understand that there are two sides to every story.


* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'':

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** It was a [[DeathFromAbove German buzz bomb]], so that was actually a valid question.


* DependingOnTheWriter, ComicBook/TheMightyThor can very easily be a male version pf this, especially since he tends to get outwitted by his brother ComicBook/{{Loki}} in BrainsEvilBrawnGood scerniros (or even outsmarted by fellow ComicBook/{{Avengers}}). Though Thor can avert this being actually pretty [[CombatPragmatist crafty]] when he wants.

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* DependingOnTheWriter, ComicBook/TheMightyThor ComicBook/{{Thor}} can very easily be a male version pf this, especially since being too HotBlooded for his own good, he tends to get outwitted by his brother ComicBook/{{Loki}} in BrainsEvilBrawnGood scerniros (or scenarios or even outsmarted by fellow ComicBook/{{Avengers}}). ComicBook/{{Avengers}}. Though recent years Thor can avert has averted this being actually pretty [[CombatPragmatist crafty]] when he wants.


* Nina from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', she borders complete JerkAss with the amount of dumb and selfish decisions she makes.



* Panchy, Bulma's mother from ''Franchise/DragonBall''... didn't even recognize her grown up grandson from the future and thought Krillin's [[HollywoodToneDeaf karaoke was great]]. Panchy also didn't leave Capsule Corp despite the threat of King Piccolo and later Majin Buu ''destroying West City'' all because she didn't want leave her pets. Though to be fair her husband Dr Briefs is also dangerously absent minded.



* Played with in regards to the beautiful TomBoy Seras Victoria from ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' true she lacks the education or social class of Integra, but despite her often naive childishness Seras has a "superficial intelligence" that makes her [[TokenGoodTeamMate shine among the cast]]. Also you don't need too brainy when you can rip people apart with vampire strength.



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', zig-zagged. Naruto isn't the sharpest kunai in the pouch especially when it comes to [[NoSocialSkills social graces]] or [[BookDumb booksmarts]]; however, he's surprisingly perceptive and a cunning battle tactician.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', zig-zagged. Naruto isn't the sharpest kunai in the pouch especially when it comes to [[NoSocialSkills social graces]] or [[BookDumb booksmarts]]; however, he's surprisingly perceptive and a cunning [[TheStrategist battle tactician. tactician]].
** Ino Yamanaka similar to Naruto can be very brainy and was the one who concluded that Pain's real body must be around the village for his technique to work during the latter's invasion. ''However'' when attractive boys are involved, Ino [[SmittenTeenageGirl can]] be very, very dumb.



** Sailor Venus is this more in the[[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] than [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]]. In the manga, while she is terrible at school work, she is very knowledgeable about other topics and is usually the one that solves the problems the other girls create. Though in the early days of ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', she played this a little straighter.

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** Sailor Venus is this more in the[[Anime/SailorMoon the [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] than [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]]. In the manga, while she is terrible at school work, she is very knowledgeable about other topics and is usually the one that solves the problems the other girls create. Though in the early days of ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', she played this a little straighter.



* ''Franchise/OnePiece'': Downplayed with Sanji--he's not stupid, but he is one of the ditziest Straw Hats, a bit of a sucker, and the one most likely to make bad decisions based on immediate emotions.

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* ''Franchise/OnePiece'': Downplayed with Sanji--he's certainly not stupid, but he is one can be of the ditziest Straw Hats, sometimes a bit of a sucker, [[CasanovaWannabe sucker]], and one of the one Straw Hats most likely to make bad poor decisions based on immediate emotions.[[HotBlooded emotions]]. Averted when it comes to battle as Sanji reveals he is actually a [[GeniusBruiser genius fighter]] and [[TheStrategist tactician]], but when hot ladies are in his vicinity... ''he [[LoveMakesYouDumb becomes]] dumber than Luffy''.
** Kalifa despite being one of the more intelligent [=CP9=] members, in her fight with Nami she reveals she is quite TheDitz and confuses a ramping Chopper for Nami and was flustered with embarrassment afterwards before getting defeated.



* Liz Allen one of Franchise/SpiderMan first LoveInterest(s) was this in high school mocking Peter for his book smarts and drooling over JerkJock Flash Thompson, however she TookALevelInKindness having a crush for Peter and subverts this trope entirely years later by becoming [=CEO=] of Alchemax. Ultimate Liz plays this more straight.
** It's revealed Aunt May was this in her youth, she nearly got wooed away by a jewel thief before Ben Parker stepped in.



* DependingOnTheWriter, ComicBook/TheMightyThor can very easily be a male version pf this, especially since he tends to get outwitted by his brother ComicBook/{{Loki}} in BrainsEvilBrawnGood scerniros (or even outsmarted by fellow ComicBook/{{Avengers}}). Though Thor can avert this being actually pretty [[CombatPragmatist crafty]] when he wants.
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] with poor Thor in [[https://i.annihil.us/u/prod/marvel/i/mg/f/50/586eacf4abf14/clean.jpg one]] Avengers's cover.
* Zig-zagged with ComicBook/HarleyQuinn she '''should''' avert this as she majored in psychiatry and got a goddamn [=PHD=], but a fateful shrink session with a [[ComicBook/TheJoker psychotic clown]] turned her into a criminal [[LoveMakesYouDumb lovesick dunce]]. It also doesn't help Harely is presented as ridiculously childish in all portrayals and her psychiatry background is rarely brought up.



* Amusingly Film/{{Thor}} from the [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse MCU]] is a male version, he frequently makes rash decisions, doesn't understand science, flies a spaceship by smacking buttons and is sometimes (namely [[Film/ThorRagnarok Ragnarok]]) comes off as a complete IdiotHero. It's mark of how far Thor has come that he's eventually able to outwit his brother Loki the God of Mischief. Averted when it comes to battle, where he's a fighting genius.



--> '''Buffy:''' Spell it out for me. I feel an attack of [[LampshadeHanging dumb blonde]] coming on."



--> '''Buffy:''' Spell it out for me. I feel an attack of [[LampshadeHanging dumb blonde]] coming on."

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--> '''Buffy:''' Spell ** You could probably argue Spike falls under this a lot of the time, yes he's Stephen Hawking when it out for me. I feel an attack comes to [[BloodKnight punching people]] but he is frequently outsmarted/manipulated by just about everyone and gets some serious BadassDecay in the later seasons of [[LampshadeHanging dumb blonde]] coming on."Buffy due to being a ButtMonkey. On the flipside Spike is actually quite the poet and well read.


** Sailor Venus is this more in the anime than manga. In the manga, while she is terrible at school work, she is very knowledgeable about other topics and is usually the one that solves the problems the other girls create. Though in the early days of ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', she played this a little straighter.

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** Sailor Venus is this more in the anime the[[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] than manga.[[Manga/SailorMoon manga]]. In the manga, while she is terrible at school work, she is very knowledgeable about other topics and is usually the one that solves the problems the other girls create. Though in the early days of ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', she played this a little straighter.



* Bebe from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is often [[{{flanderization}} flanderized]] into this for [[DieForOurShip various]] [[RonTheDeathEater different]] [[HetisEw reasons]].

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* Bebe from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is often [[{{flanderization}} flanderized]] into this for [[DieForOurShip various]] [[RonTheDeathEater different]] [[HetisEw reasons]].reasons.


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* Subverted with Glinda from ''Literature/TheWickedYears''. She's a pretty blonde socialite who comes to Shiz more for the idea of going to university than actual education. Glinda starts off as an AlphaBitch in a GirlPosse and she contrasts heavily with her BrainyBrunette roommate Elphaba. However, as Elphaba mentions to Boq early on, there's [[ObfuscatingStupidity more to Glinda]] than initially appears. She just prefers to hide away in a mask of a clueless young woman. Eventually, Glinda's social skills end up serving her well, and she does put her brain to good use as a witch.


* Amy Ravencroft of ''[[http://fourthfloorcomics.comicgenesis.com/ Life on the Fourth Floor]]'' combines this with ShamelessFanserviceGirl.


* In ''Rubine'', a blonde model witnessed an assassination between mafioso. Much to her annoyance, [[CowboyCop Rubine]] was tasked to her protection. The model was very shallow and only thought of looks, fashion, makeup and didn't know what a grenade was when someone toss it at her. [[spoiler:As it turns out in the end, [[AvertedTrope the model was far from clueless.]] She was actually [[ProfessionalKiller an assassin]] and her forged story was meant to get her in a WitnessProtection program so she could kill another witness.]]

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* In ''Rubine'', a blonde model witnessed an assassination between mafioso. Much to her annoyance, [[CowboyCop Rubine]] was tasked to her protection. The model was very shallow and only thought of looks, fashion, makeup and didn't know what a grenade was when someone toss it at her. [[spoiler:As it turns out in the end, [[AvertedTrope the model was far from clueless.]] She was actually [[ProfessionalKiller an assassin]] and the attacks against her forged story was were meant to get her in a WitnessProtection program so she could kill another witness.]]

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* In ''Rubine'', a blonde model witnessed an assassination between mafioso. Much to her annoyance, [[CowboyCop Rubine]] was tasked to her protection. The model was very shallow and only thought of looks, fashion, makeup and didn't know what a grenade was when someone toss it at her. [[spoiler:As it turns out in the end, [[AvertedTrope the model was far from clueless.]] She was actually [[ProfessionalKiller an assassin]] and her forged story was meant to get her in a WitnessProtection program so she could kill another witness.]]


** Nazz can be a ditzy blonde, but only DepeningOnTheWriter. In some episodes, she's smart and mature.

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** Nazz can be a ditzy blonde, but only DepeningOnTheWriter.DependingOnTheWriter. In some episodes, she's smart and mature.



** Ron Stoppable is a variant. No, he's not nearly as intelligent (or coordinated) as his best friend/girlfriend, but he is at times remarkably GenreSavvy and resourceful. He's also a SupremeChef, which requires brainpower.

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** Ron Stoppable is a variant. No, he's not nearly as intelligent (or coordinated) as his best friend/girlfriend, but he is at times remarkably GenreSavvy savvy and resourceful. He's also a SupremeChef, which requires brainpower.


** Nazz is this. She's a bit smarter than she appears, but that isn't hard.
** Let's not forget May Kanker of the Kanker sisters.
** One episode implied Eddy might be blond. He's BookDumb, though he has a talent for business.

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** Nazz is this. She's can be a bit smarter than she appears, ditzy blonde, but that isn't hard.
only DepeningOnTheWriter. In some episodes, she's smart and mature.
** Let's not forget May Kanker has blond hair and is usually TheDitz of the Kanker sisters.
** One episode implied Eddy might be blond. He's BookDumb, though he has a talent for business.
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* As is Jillian, Brian's ex-girlfriend from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.

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* As is Jillian, Brian's ex-girlfriend Jillian from ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.


* ''VisualNovel/{{Grisaia No Kajitsu}}'': Michiru is not the birghtest student at Mihama Academy. Her idiocy usually lands her as the butt of most jokes, and althoug her curcimstances make it a bit muddy [[spoiler: as there is deffinitelly a layer of [[ObfuscatingStupidity obfuscation]]]], she is genuinely not the sharpest tool in the shed.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Grisaia No Kajitsu}}'': Michiru is not the birghtest student at Mihama Academy. Her idiocy usually lands her as the butt of most jokes, and althoug although her curcimstances circumstances make it a bit muddy more complicated [[spoiler: as there is deffinitelly definitely a layer of [[ObfuscatingStupidity obfuscation]]]], she is genuinely not the sharpest tool in the shed.

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