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*** To be honest, this really isn\'t fair; the Scoobies have made a habit out of staying late at night in the school library, a vampire-friendly zone, ever since the first episode. Ms. Calendar is hardly alone in this respect. For all their experience with monsters, characters aside from Buffy really are not that GenreSavvy.
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*** To be honest, this really isn\\\'t fair; the Scoobies have made a habit out of staying late at night in the school library, a vampire-friendly zone, ever since the first episode. Ms. Calendar is hardly alone in this respect. For all their experience with monsters, characters aside from Buffy really are not that GenreSavvy.

* \\\'\\\'Series/{{Suits}}\\\'\\\': Is it possible for the Wunderkind lawyer, who remembers everything he reads and passed the bar (twice) without actually going to law school, to be able file a simple patent without assistance from his suave mentor or the sexy paralegal? Short answer: no.
** Somewhat [[TruthinTelevision Truth in Television]] since most law schools don\\\'t teach you how to do things like file documents in your jurisdiction, and the rules can be dramatically different across districts. Most firms will pair the new lawyers with a mentor or an senior paralegal who already knows these things so that they can be taught.
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