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* The Journals from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls", which contain information on such things as how to defeat gnomes among others.
* The character Skips in ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow" is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.

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* The Journals from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls", ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', which contain information on such things as how to defeat gnomes among others.
* The character Skips in ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow" ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.


* The character Skips in "WesternAnimation/RegularShow" is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.

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* The character Skips in "WesternAnimation/RegularShow" ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow" is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.


* The Journals from "WesternAnimation/GravityFalls", which contain information on such things as how to defeat gnomes among others.
* The character ''Skips'' in "WesternAnimation/RegularShow" is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.

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* The Journals from "WesternAnimation/GravityFalls", ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls", which contain information on such things as how to defeat gnomes among others.
* The character ''Skips'' Skips in "WesternAnimation/RegularShow" is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'': Courage's computer knows almost everything and is the go-to source of exposition whenever Courage needs to know how to beat the MonsterOfTheWeek.


* The Book of Shadows in ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' is a magical tome the girls inherited which conveniently has listings for whatever monster they might be fighting that week, along with the appropriate counterspells to use. In one episode, after fighting a monster with no article, they add it to the book themselves.

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* The Book of Shadows in ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' ''Series/{{Charmed|1998}}'' is a magical tome the girls inherited which conveniently has listings for whatever monster they might be fighting that week, along with the appropriate counterspells to use. In one episode, after fighting a monster with no article, they add it to the book themselves.


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* The Junior Woodchuck's Guide from Disney's ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''. It has a chapter on defeating ''dragons'', for crying out loud.

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* The Junior Woodchuck's Guide from Disney's ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''.''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987''. It has a chapter on defeating ''dragons'', for crying out loud.


Not to be confused with OmniscientDatabase, which is when the database only holds mundane information but is improbably detailed or wide ranging.

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Not to be confused with the OmniscientDatabase, which is when the database only holds mundane information but is improbably detailed or wide ranging.



Not to be confused with OmniscientDatabase, which is when the database only holds mundane information but is improbably detailed or wide ranging.



* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' lampshades this in an early episode. Abby is matching wounds from being hit by a car grille to the car grille database, and asks Gibbs "Can you believe someone actually made a car grille database?" She then goes on to mention the database she used to find the car grille database-- a database of databases.

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* The character ''Skips'' in "WesternAnimation/RegularShow" is often relied on for explanations of supernatural occurrences.


* The ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' consulted ''Tobin's Spirit Guide'', both in the films and the cartoon.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' consulted ''Tobin's Spirit Guide'', both in the films two [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} original]] [[Film/GhostbustersII films]] and [[WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters the cartoon.cartoon]].


* The ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' consulted ''Tobin's Spirit Guide'', both in the films and the cartoon.

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* The ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' consulted ''Tobin's Spirit Guide'', both in the films and the cartoon.

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* ''Webcomic/LeifAndThorn'' apparently has a lot of them, including [[http://leifandthorn.com/comic/homecoming-1124/ translation dictionaries]], which can be queried from a distance using [[TheAlternet their magical Internet]].

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* The Journals from "WesternAnimation/GravityFalls", which contain information on such things as how to defeat gnomes among others.


* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' lampshades this in an early episode. Abby is matching wounds from being hit by a car grille to the car grille database, and asks Gibbs "Can you believe someone actually made a car grille database?"

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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' lampshades this in an early episode. Abby is matching wounds from being hit by a car grille to the car grille database, and asks Gibbs "Can you believe someone actually made a car grille database?"database?" She then goes on to mention the database she used to find the car grille database-- a database of databases.

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