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* The Librarian from ''The Station Agent'' definitely quantifies as an HL. Finn's friends even [[LampshadeHanging draw attention to it]], telling him to [[{{Meganekko}} buy her glasses]] so they can play Hot Librarian.

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* The Librarian from ''The Station Agent'' ''Film/TheStationAgent'' definitely quantifies as an HL. Finn's friends even [[LampshadeHanging draw attention to it]], telling him to [[{{Meganekko}} buy her glasses]] so they can play Hot Librarian.

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** The same goes for her IdenticalStranger replacement as Ed's LoveInterest Isabella who works as a librarian and is played by the same actress.


* In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/7752496 where you are wanted]]'', Laurel is forced to wear her glasses (as opposed to contacts), a slightly to small grey dress, and ties her hair into a messy bun. Dean just stares at her before finally saying she looks like a sexy librarian.

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* In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/7752496 where you are wanted]]'', Laurel is forced to wear her glasses (as opposed to contacts), a slightly to too small grey dress, and finally ties her hair into a messy bun. Dean just stares at her before finally saying she looks like a sexy librarian.



-->'''Dean:''' Yeah. With the hair and the glasses and the dress. ''(grins)''. It's really doing it for me, Laur. Hey, can you say ''if you don't pay your late fees, I'll have to punish you?''

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-->'''Dean:''' Yeah. With the hair and the glasses and the dress. ''(grins)''. It's really doing it for me, Laur. Hey, can you say ''if If you don't pay your late fees, I'll have to punish you?''you?


* On a ''Series/{{Community}}'' Valentines Day episode, Troy and Abed both fall for a sexy librarian. Being good friends, they agree to let her decide between the two of them at the holiday dance.

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* On a ''Series/{{Community}}'' Valentines Valentine's Day episode, Troy and Abed both fall for a sexy librarian. Being good friends, they agree to let her decide between the two of them at the holiday dance.


* In ''Film/{{Tomcats}}'', Jerry O'Connell dated a librarian at one point. She's prim, proper, a bit shy and lives with her Gramma. Oh, and they're both into S&M.

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* In ''Film/{{Tomcats}}'', Jerry O'Connell Michael dated a librarian at one point. She's prim, proper, a bit shy shy, and lives with her Gramma. Oh, and they're both into S&M.


** What can I do my dear/ to make it clear/ I love you madly, madly madame librarian, Marion!

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** What can I do my dear/ to make it clear/ I love you madly, madly madame librarian, Marion!Marian!


* Diana Prince in ''Franchise/WonderWoman'', whose unbuttoning is part of her transformation into the titular character.

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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman'' [[ComicBook/WonderWoman1942 Vol 1]]: Diana Prince in ''Franchise/WonderWoman'', is a well manicured, glasses wearing, prim, modest secretary whose unbuttoning is part of her transformation into the titular character.hero.


* [[WrestlingDoesntPay The wrestling librarian]] Wrestling/PaigeTurner fits the "prim and prudish" parts. Instead of leotards and singlets, her ring gear resemble collard shirts or sweaters, she will wrestle in glasses and though [[{{face}} known for being amicable]], she will silence you with her Dewey Decimator when pushed.[[/folder]]

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* [[WrestlingDoesntPay The wrestling librarian]] Wrestling/PaigeTurner fits the "prim and prudish" parts. Instead of leotards and singlets, her ring gear resemble collard shirts or sweaters, she will wrestle in glasses and though [[{{face}} known for being amicable]], she will silence you with her Dewey Decimator when pushed.pushed.
* Leva Bates wrestles in Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling as one of two performers sharing the character of "The Librarian" (the other being male wrestler Peter Avalon), a gimmick the bookers created in response to a comment by [[Wrestling/TheWrestlingObserverNewsletter Dave Meltzer]] that the one gimmick that would never get in wrestling was [[WrestlingDoesntPay a librarian]], which they took as a challenge. She normally dresses in a pencil skirt and tight blouse or business jacket, although she swaps the skirt for shorts and loses the jacket when she's wrestling (where [[{{Jobber}} she always loses]]).
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* In ''Webcomic/{{PvP}}'', Miranda dresses up in [[http://www.pvponline.com/comic/2011/04/26/turn-of-the-bookworm/ "sexy librarian" mode]]. Informed that they're going to an all-female book club, she figures that with ten women around [[BiTheWay her chances are still pretty good]].

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* In ''Webcomic/{{PvP}}'', Miranda dresses up in [[http://www.pvponline.com/comic/2011/04/26/turn-of-the-bookworm/ "sexy librarian" mode]]. Informed that they're going to an all-female book club, she figures that with ten women around [[BiTheWay her chances are still pretty good]].good.

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* As did Music/JudyDyble. In fact, when she left popular music, she actually ''became'' a librarian!


* On the Literature/{{Discworld}}, Sacharissa Cripslock (introduced in ''Discworld/TheTruth'') is a prim and severely-dressed young woman who impresses her new boss, newspaper editor William de Worde, as no more than average-looking. However, he eventually realizes that she is in fact stunningly beautiful ''if considered over several centuries'' -- the equivalent of a Renaissance face, pre-Raphaelite eyes, Classical figure and, for some reason, "good medieval ears". And ''that'' as just her face; her body featured "[[BuxomIsBetter a well crafted supply of other features that never go out of fashion at all]]", and for some reason she seemed to think that wearing extremely plain dresses would ''downplay'' this fact.

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* On the Literature/{{Discworld}}, Sacharissa Cripslock (introduced in ''Discworld/TheTruth'') ''Literature/TheTruth'') is a prim and severely-dressed young woman who impresses her new boss, newspaper editor William de Worde, as no more than average-looking. However, he eventually realizes that she is in fact stunningly beautiful ''if considered over several centuries'' -- the equivalent of a Renaissance face, pre-Raphaelite eyes, Classical figure and, for some reason, "good medieval ears". And ''that'' as just her face; her body featured "[[BuxomIsBetter a well crafted supply of other features that never go out of fashion at all]]", and for some reason she seemed to think that wearing extremely plain dresses would ''downplay'' this fact.


* Cecilia Lacques from Manga/{{Claudine}}, who works as a librarian in the local all girls's school and catches the attention of the main character due to her beauty. [[spoiler: And she was one of the lovers of Claudine's ''father'', actually. [[TearJerker It all ends in tears]].]]

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* Cecilia Lacques from Manga/{{Claudine}}, ''Manga/{{Claudine}}'', who works as a librarian in the local all girls's school and catches the attention of the main character due to her beauty. [[spoiler: And she was one of the lovers of Claudine's ''father'', actually. [[TearJerker It all ends in tears]].]]

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** Did we mention she's played by Creator/MichelleWilliams?


* On ''Series/Episodes'' when the writer of the show-within-a-show 'Pucks' complains that the librarian's skirt is too short for an all-boys school, it's explained to her that the character is a T.V. librarian, so she has to look sexy.

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* On ''Series/Episodes'' ''Series/{{Episodes}}'' when the writer of the show-within-a-show 'Pucks' complains that the librarian's skirt is too short for an all-boys school, it's explained to her that the character is a T.V. TV librarian, so she has to look sexy.

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