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* ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'': In "The Bigger They Are, The Louder They Oink", as part of her plan to retrive truffles from the Island of Zibaldo, Rebecca disguises a large ugly pig (not-so-affectionately named "Hogzilla" by Baloo) as a baby in order to get him past a security checkpoint that doesn't allow pigs.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'': In "[[Recap/RenandStimpy2x06BigBabyScamDogShow The Big Baby Scam]]", a starving Ren and Stimpy exploit the benefits of living as babies by switching lives with a pair of babies, which of course includes wearing diapers.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode, "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E9MrPlow Mr. Plow]]", Barney is shown handing out fliers for the Lullabuy$ baby furniture store, wearing a diaper and bonnet, in the middle of winter. He then loses the diaper after [[TemptingFate saying that things can't get any worse]]...
-->'''Barney:''' Come back, diaper! Come back! (''turns to face his mother'') Hi, Ma.


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* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic ''Fanfic/PoundAndPumpkinCakesAdventuresAndMisadventuresInPottyTraining'':
** At one point, the twins trick Pinkie Pie into putting a diaper on so they can treat her like one of them.
** Apple Bloom once steals Pound's diapers and puts them on, trying to remember her parents, who died when she was a toddler.
** Discussed when Flurry Heart claims that she wants to wear diapers forever.
** In the final chapter, [[DistantFinale the twins are now six years old]] and pretending to be toddlers, dressing in diapers.
* In an unnamed fanfiction of ''Series/TheXFiles'', Scully is dressed in a childish dress by a villain who wants to mesmerise her into thinking she's a kid. Later, a woman thinks Scully really is a child (although [[PlotHole she's still 5'2]]) and puts a diaper on her.
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** In one episode, Baby Bear's grandma visits and thinks he's a literal baby, so she puts him in a bonnet. She wants to put him in a diaper, too, but he stops her.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'':
** In "Arthur's Baby", D.W. puts diapers on all of Arthur's dolls to practice changing diapers.
** In "Arthur's Cousin Catastrophe", Arthur has a flashback to a time when his cousin put baby clothes on him.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' episode, "[[Recap/RugratsS3E13DestinationMoonAngelicasBirthday Angelica's Birthday]]", Angelica decides to act like a baby to avoid the responsibilities that come with getting another year older. She dresses herself in a purple shirt and a green bonnet from the dolls in her own bedroom, as well as a diaper from the babies' diaper bag.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'':
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In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' episode, "[[Recap/RugratsS3E13DestinationMoonAngelicasBirthday Angelica's Birthday]]", Angelica decides to act like a baby to avoid the responsibilities that come with getting another year older. She dresses herself in a purple shirt and a green bonnet from the dolls in her own bedroom, as well as a diaper from the babies' diaper bag.bag.
** In the episode "Regarding Stuie", Stu [[AmnesiaEpisode has amnesia]] and thinks he's a baby, so the babies put a sheet on his crotch for a diaper.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "Squid Baby". Squidward thinks he's a baby due to a head injury and is put in a diaper.


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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThirdAndBird'', Muffin convinces a reluctant Mr. Beakman to pretend to be a baby for a game of house.


* ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'': In "And Baby Makes Three", Max, P.J. and Pistol think that Peg is having another baby, so they decide to have P.J. pose as a baby so he can drive Pete up the wall and make him not want another child.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'': ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'':
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In "And Baby Makes Three", Max, P.J. and Pistol think that Peg is having another baby, so they decide to have P.J. pose as a baby so he can drive Pete up the wall and make him not want another child.child.
** In "Leader of the Pack", Max messes with a bully named Duke after being asked how he can win the love of Max's cousin Debbie by tricking the brute into dressing up like a baby.


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* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'':
** ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMysteries'' episode "Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo" had Scooby dress like a baby to try and remind his friends that it is his birthday, [[NotSoForgottenBirthday unaware that his friends are pretending to forget because they have a surprise party planned]].
** In ''WesternAnimation/The13GhostsOfScoobyDoo'' episode "A Spooky Little Ghoul Like You", Scooby and the gang try to stop Vincent Van Ghoul's wedding to Nekara by pretending to be Van Ghoul's family. Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy pretend to be Vincent Van Ghoul's children by wearing diapers and bonnets.
** ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' featured a villain called Crybaby Clown, whose gimmick is that he was a MonsterClown who dressed and acted like a baby.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PrivateSnafu'': In "Spies", one of the Japanese spies is disguised as a baby. Snafu, naturally, fails to notice.


** In a "Smart Cookies" sketch, The crumb disguises himself in [[PaperThinDisguise a baby bonnet]] to fool Cookie Monster so he can steal the teething biscuit of the baby that the Smart Cookies are babysitting.

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** In a "Smart Cookies" sketch, The crumb Crumb disguises himself in [[PaperThinDisguise a baby bonnet]] to fool Cookie Monster so he can steal the teething biscuit of the baby that the Smart Cookies are babysitting.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' episode, "The DMV", Daffy tries unsuccessfully to get Bugs to wear a diaper when they go to the movie theater because babies get into the theater for free. In the epilogue, Daffy dresses himself as a baby in an unsuccessful attempt to see a free movie.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' episode, "The DMV", Daffy tries unsuccessfully tries to get Bugs to wear a diaper when they go to the movie theater because babies get into the theater for free. In the epilogue, Daffy dresses himself as a baby in an unsuccessful attempt to see a free movie.


* In ''Series/SesameStreet'''s [[MilestoneCelebration 35th Anniversary special]], "Series/ElmosWorld: The Street We Live On!", Elmo asks the children how Cookie Monster eats cookies. He then asks two babies, one of which is really Cookie Monster dressed as a baby.

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In ''Series/SesameStreet'''s the series' [[MilestoneCelebration 35th Anniversary special]], "Series/ElmosWorld: The Street We Live On!", Elmo asks the children how Cookie Monster eats cookies. He then asks two babies, one of which is really Cookie Monster dressed as a baby.baby.
** In a "Smart Cookies" sketch, The crumb disguises himself in [[PaperThinDisguise a baby bonnet]] to fool Cookie Monster so he can steal the teething biscuit of the baby that the Smart Cookies are babysitting.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'' episode, "The DMV", Daffy tries unsuccessfully to get Bugs to wear a diaper when they go to the movie theater because babies get into the theater for free. In the epilogue, Daffy dresses himself as a baby in an unsuccessful attempt to see a free movie.


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* In a mid-1970s ''WesternAnimation/BugsBunny'' comic book story titled "Wock Star", WesternAnimation/ElmerFudd wants to be a rock 'n' roll singer, but is constantly rejected. For Elmer's next audition, Bugs has him dress as a baby: "In the rock music biz, the younger you look, the better!"
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* In one of Creator/BillyBarty's "David Hafowitz" sketches on ''Series/ShortRibbs'', involving a car seat for infants, Creator/PattyMaloney portrays "Florence Nightmare", dressed as a baby.
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* One ''WebComic/ValAndIsaac'' strip has Space Dredd shapeshift into a baby to ambush her target (who sees her [[EatsBabies as a tasty morsel]]). The final frame has her unable to change back, but refuses to admit it so Isaac can help.

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* One ''WebComic/ValAndIsaac'' ''Webcomic/ValAndIsaac'' strip has Space Dredd shapeshift into a baby to ambush her target (who sees her [[EatsBabies as a tasty morsel]]). The final frame has her unable to change back, but refuses to admit it so Isaac can help.

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* In the ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'' episode, "[[Recap/DinosaursS03E14OutOfTheFryingPan Out of the Frying Pan]]", Baby becomes a celebrity thanks to the Myman Frying Pan commercials he stars in. This leads to Fran [[ImagineSpot imagining]] a BadFuture where Baby, as an adult, had let fame go to his head, got arrested, and blamed her for it. The adult version of Baby shown in Fran's imagine spot is shown to be wearing a yellow shirt and a diaper, much like the infant version of Baby.
* In ''Series/SesameStreet'''s [[MilestoneCelebration 35th Anniversary special]], "Series/ElmosWorld: The Street We Live On!", Elmo asks the children how Cookie Monster eats cookies. He then asks two babies, one of which is really Cookie Monster dressed as a baby.
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* ''The New WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker Show'': In "Baby Buzzard", Buzz Buzzard reads an ad in the newspaper that Woody is starting a babysitting service for rich and famous couples. Buzz dresses himself in a bonnet and booties and acts like a baby as part of his plan to get Woody to babysit him so he can rob his house when he's not looking.

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** In "Don's Fountain of Youth", Donald and his nephews are on vacation in Florida, but the boys are more interested in their comic book than in sightseeing. When Donald finds a spring with a sign saying that it was mistaken for the legendary Fountain of Youth, he decides to play a prank on the boys by putting on a baby bonnet and acting like a baby, making them think he was de-aged by the fountain.


* ''WesternAnimation/BugsBunny'': "Baby Buggy Bunny" is about a dwarf gangster named "Babyface" Finster who, after a clever bank robbery, loses his ill-gotten gains down Bugs Bunny's rabbit hole, forcing him to don the disguise of an orphan baby to get it back.


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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
** "Baby Buggy Bunny" is about a dwarf gangster named "Babyface" Finster who, after a clever bank robbery, loses his ill-gotten gains down [[WesternAnimation/BugsBunny Bugs Bunny's]] rabbit hole, forcing him to don the disguise of an orphan baby to get it back.
** In "WesternAnimation/GorillaMyDreams", Mrs. Gruesome Gorilla believes Bugs Bunny, who is revealed to have travelled downriver in a barrel, to be her baby. At first, Bugs is against the idea, but he agrees to be her baby to keep her from crying. When he does, she dresses him in a bonnet and a diaper.

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