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* Tam Fox is a Wayne Enterprises intern in ''ComicBook/RedRobin'' who quickly finds herself out of her depth with Tim.


* [[FanNickname Billy]] from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'', among several others, most of whom fall victim to the challenges in Seasons 1 and 3.

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* [[FanNickname Billy]] from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'', ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'', among several others, most of whom fall victim to the challenges in Seasons 1 and 3.


* Uli Divini in the [[StarWarsExpandedUniverse Medstar Duology]], although by ''Death Star'' he was much older and more experienced.

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* Uli Divini in the [[StarWarsExpandedUniverse ''[[Franchise/StarWarsLegends Medstar Duology]], Duology]]'', although by ''Death Star'' ''Literature/DeathStar'' he was much older and more experienced.


* Yuki in ''{{Casualty}}'', and to a lesser extent, Lenny. A few seasons earlier, Toby fit the role pretty well.

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* Yuki in ''{{Casualty}}'', ''Series/{{Casualty}}'', and to a lesser extent, Lenny. A few seasons earlier, Toby fit the role pretty well.

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* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'': April started off as a very snarky and aloof version of this, until she's hired as a full time and paid employee for the department, specifically as Ron's assistant.


Darker works will often have the employers treat the intern as a [[DisposableIntern disposable]] RedShirt.

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Darker works will often have the employers treat the intern as a [[DisposableIntern disposable]] RedShirt.
disposable RedShirt; this is a subtrope, DisposableIntern.

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* The "disposable redshirt" version is used in ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' "And the Horns of a Dilemma," in which the main cast investigate the mysterious disappearances of eight people who turn out to have been interns for the same company, Golden Ax Foods. [[spoiler:Golden Ax has recreated the Minoan Labyrinth via magic, sacrificing interns to the Minotaur to ensure the prosperity of their company.]]

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* Sandy in ''Radio/AbsolutePower'', who has a better grasp of the real world than her employers, and wishes they'd do a better job in completing the work experience paperwork for her NVQ certificate. She later becomes a paid employee, but leaves the company in Season 3 and is replaced by Clive, who's just an idiot.
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Variant form of NaiveNewcomer. The young guy (often the PluckyComicRelief) who is still new to the whole place. He's often brilliant, almost always irreverent, and almost always "not ready for prime time" (i.e. [[VomitingCop throwing up]] the first time he sees a serious accident, etc). Commonly treated as a ButtMonkey.

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Variant form of NaiveNewcomer. The young guy (often the PluckyComicRelief) who is still new to the whole place. He's often brilliant, almost always irreverent, and almost always "not ready for prime time" (i.e. [[VomitingCop throwing up]] the first time he sees a serious accident, etc). Commonly treated as a ButtMonkey.
ButtMonkey, especially if they're an ''unpaid'' intern, in which case whatever happens to them will be dismissed as "being paid in experience".


Darker works will often have the employers treat the intern as a [[DisposableIntern disposable]] red shirt.

See also EnsignNewbie, which is much he same trope but referring strictly to the military.

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Darker works will often have the employers treat the intern as a [[DisposableIntern disposable]] red shirt.

RedShirt.

See also EnsignNewbie, which is much he the same trope but referring strictly to the military.


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* ''WebVideo/AcquisitionsIncorporated'' starred three interns to the eponymous company: ThePaladin Aoefel in seasons two through six, the LoveableRogue Viari from season seven onward, and the ForestRanger Morgane in season eight. Their job is usually to serve as the StraightMan for the utterly insane full-time employee trio.





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Darker works will often have the employers treat the intern as a [[DisposableIntern disposable]] red shirt.



* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' has several interns during the course of the show. All of them--with the possible exception of [[MauveShirt Dana]]--are either [[RedShirt killed or otherwise never heard from again]], usually within a single episode.

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* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' has several interns during the course of the show. All of them--with the possible exception of [[MauveShirt Dana]]--are Dana]] and Maureen--are either [[RedShirt killed or otherwise never heard from again]], usually within a single episode.
** When Maureen stops blinking in-and-out of reality she calls Cecil out on his treatment of the interns, and the corresponding mortality rate, then goes back to working for him. Though she quits after surviving a couple more near death experiences.

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* Tia from ''VideoGame/PotionMaker'' was sent to work in Pio's store by the kingdom's potion academy in the palace. Probably to teach her humility, though she suggests it's because she's too skilled to be a mere student.

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