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* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', where Carl accidentally takes Russel along with him (Carl never had to tell Russel to stay behind and it's likely that Russel didn't intend to go on a trip) and realizes there's no way to get Russel home. Although Carl contemplates using the BedsheetLadder to lower him to the ground, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments he concludes that isn't gonna work]].

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* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', where Carl accidentally takes Russel along with him (Carl never had to tell Russel to stay behind and it's likely that Russel didn't intend to go on a trip) and realizes there's no way to get Russel home. Although Carl contemplates using the BedsheetLadder to lower him to the ground, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments he concludes that isn't gonna work]].work.

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** ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'' has a weird example of a grown man in this role, namely Sirus Black. Due to being a very wanted criminal, Dumbledore decides to keep him in the Order's HQ 24/7 for his own safety. Being a man of action, though, Sirius grows increasingly frustrated with his situation, which ends with him jumping at the mission to save Harry despite being ordered the exact opposite [[spoiler:and getting killed for it]].

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* There was a vision of the future in ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' where ComicBook/MilesMorales kills Captain America. This vision got a whole new light when Cap revealed himself as a traitor loyal to Hydra, established himself as dictator of the US and launched the ComicBook/SecretEmpire. Black Widow goes with Miles to a location where they may ambush and kill him; but then she locked him inside the truck and continued on her own. She said that Miles is not a killer, and wanted to prevent him from becoming one.


* The two-part Creator/DCComics {{Elseworld}} ''The Super Seven'' in ''The Adventures of Comicbook/{{Superman}}'' Annual #6 and ''Comicbook/{{Superboy}}'' Annual #1 is a MagnificentSevenSamauri story set many years after a successful alien invasion, when Superman is PuttingTheBandBackTogether long after Earth turned its back on the heroes. One of the heroes who finds him is Kon-El, still a rookie hero in this universe, but the others all agree that he's too cocky and reckless and Comicbook/GreenLantern literally hurls him away. Given whose title the second part appears in, you can imagine how long that lasts.

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* The two-part Creator/DCComics {{Elseworld}} ''The "The Super Seven'' Seven" in ''The Adventures of Comicbook/{{Superman}}'' Annual #6 and ''Comicbook/{{Superboy}}'' Annual #1 is a MagnificentSevenSamauri MagnificentSevenSamurai story set many years after a successful alien invasion, when with Superman is PuttingTheBandBackTogether long after Earth turned its back on the heroes. One of the heroes who finds him is Kon-El, still a rookie hero in this universe, but the others all agree that he's too cocky and reckless and Comicbook/GreenLantern literally hurls him away. Given whose title the second part appears in, you can imagine how long that lasts.


* The two-part Creator/DCComics {{Elseworld}} ''The Super Seven'' in ''The Adventures of Comicbook/{{Superman}}'' Annual #6 and ''Comicbook/{{Superboy}}'' Annual #1 is set many years after a successful alien invasion, when Superman is GettingTheBandBackTogether long after Earth turned its back on the heroes. One of the heroes who finds him is Kon-El, still a rookie hero in this universe, but the others all agree that he's too cocky and reckless and Comicbook/GreenLantern literally hurls him away. Given whose title the second part appears in, you can imagine how long that lasts.

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* The two-part Creator/DCComics {{Elseworld}} ''The Super Seven'' in ''The Adventures of Comicbook/{{Superman}}'' Annual #6 and ''Comicbook/{{Superboy}}'' Annual #1 is a MagnificentSevenSamauri story set many years after a successful alien invasion, when Superman is GettingTheBandBackTogether PuttingTheBandBackTogether long after Earth turned its back on the heroes. One of the heroes who finds him is Kon-El, still a rookie hero in this universe, but the others all agree that he's too cocky and reckless and Comicbook/GreenLantern literally hurls him away. Given whose title the second part appears in, you can imagine how long that lasts.

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* The two-part Creator/DCComics {{Elseworld}} ''The Super Seven'' in ''The Adventures of Comicbook/{{Superman}}'' Annual #6 and ''Comicbook/{{Superboy}}'' Annual #1 is set many years after a successful alien invasion, when Superman is GettingTheBandBackTogether long after Earth turned its back on the heroes. One of the heroes who finds him is Kon-El, still a rookie hero in this universe, but the others all agree that he's too cocky and reckless and Comicbook/GreenLantern literally hurls him away. Given whose title the second part appears in, you can imagine how long that lasts.
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* In ''Literature/HarryPotter'', Neville Longbottom is often treated as such by the Golden Trio, and Ginny by her brothers.



* In ''Literature/HarryPotter'', Neville Longbottom is often treated as such by the Golden Trio, and Ginny by her brothers.

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* In ''Literature/HarryPotter'', Neville Longbottom is often treated as such by the Golden Trio, and Ginny by her brothers.



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* In ''Literature/HarryPotter'', Neville Longbottom is often treated as such by the Golden Trio, and Ginny by her brothers.


* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', where Carl accidentally takes Russel along with him (Carl never had to tell Russel to stay behind and it's likely that Russel didn't intend to go on a trip) and realizes there's no way to get Russel home. Although Carl contemplates using the BedsheetLadder to lower him to the ground, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny he concludes that isn't gonna work]].

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* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', where Carl accidentally takes Russel along with him (Carl never had to tell Russel to stay behind and it's likely that Russel didn't intend to go on a trip) and realizes there's no way to get Russel home. Although Carl contemplates using the BedsheetLadder to lower him to the ground, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments he concludes that isn't gonna work]].


The TropeNamer is Basil in Disney's ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' to Olivia, which accomplishes the trope with a GilliganCut. Compare JustAKid and StayInTheKitchen, where someone is ordered to stay out of the conflict because of her gender rather than age.

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The TropeNamer is Basil in Disney's ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' to Olivia, which accomplishes the trope with a GilliganCut. Compare WaitHere, JustAKid and StayInTheKitchen, where someone is ordered to stay out of the conflict because of her gender rather than age.


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-->'''Queen Lucy:''' But where is his goosecap, highness?

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' FiveEpisodePilot, Molly casually says, "I hid in the mangoes" when she shows up on Baloo's plane while he and Kit are taking an unauthorized detour from delivering Rebecca's shipment of said mangoes to retrieve the jewel from Louie.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' FiveEpisodePilot, Molly casually says, "I hid in the mangoes" when she shows up on Baloo's plane while he and Kit are taking an unauthorized detour from delivering Rebecca's shipment of said mangoes to retrieve the jewel from Louie.Louie.
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TemptingFate! Anybody [[ForbiddenFruit unequivocally ordered to stay behind never does]]. Lock them in their room? They escape with a BedsheetLadder. Leave someone to supervise them? Five seconds later, they're a BoundAndGagged BadlyBatteredBabysitter. Keep every tarp, trunk, suitcase, or any area of empty space constantly visible to your eye 24/7, or it ''will'' be used as a hiding place -- often with the intention of the stowaways showing themselves once there's simply no way they can be safely sent back.

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TemptingFate! Anybody [[ForbiddenFruit unequivocally ordered to stay behind never does]]. Lock them in their room? They escape with a BedsheetLadder. Leave someone to supervise them? Five seconds later, they're a BoundAndGagged BadlyBatteredBabysitter. Keep every tarp, trunk, suitcase, or any area of empty space constantly visible to your eye 24/7, or it ''will'' be used as a hiding place -- often with the intention of [[LittleStowaway the stowaways stowaways]] showing themselves once there's simply no way they can be safely sent back.

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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': When the older Castle Wulfenbach Students decide to sneak into the Baron's lab so they can see what a wasp engine looks like Itto, one of the younger students, tries to invite himself along and is quickly told by Theo that there is [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20030910 no way they are taking him with them due to his age.]] He manages to follow them for a while before they catch him and Zulenna decides to allow him along, but not before stressing how dangerous the engine is and scaring him to the point that he no longer really ''wants'' to.


* Although Scrooge [=McDuck=] was only too eager to take his nephews along on his adventures in the comics, the triplets were sometimes the victims of this trope in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'', Webby even more so:

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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'': Although Scrooge [=McDuck=] was only too eager to take his nephews along on his adventures in the comics, the triplets were sometimes the victims of this trope in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'', trope, Webby even more so:so.
** "[[Recap/DuckTalesADuckTalesValentine A DuckTales Valentine]]": Scrooge refuses to let the nephews and Webby come with him and Launchpad on the latest treasure hunt, saying it's too dangerous. For some reason, he ends up letting them come on the dive anyway after they sneak into the plane.
** "[[Recap/DuckTalesTheGoldenGoose The Golden Goose]]": Scrooge uses reverse psychology to get Webby to stay behind when he's trying to fix the problem with the goose.


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