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Pulled this example of Dumb Blonde:
I am not persuaded that the woman in the sketch is characterized as dumb. She may be lustful, shameless, and she does not respect her gutless husband; nothing of which requires her to be stupid. @Patachou: It looks like you are projecting Dumb Blonde onto the role just because you expect it to be there.
It depends on what your definition of "dumb" is. So the fault may be in the trope Dumb Blonde itself, which isn't clearly defined either. Either way I gave three examples, you kept two in the article and removed one that in your opinion isn't obvious enough. That's fine with me.
It sounds like Square Peg, Round Trope. Smurfette Principle is when there is only one female in a show's cast of *characters*. The real-life Pythons are not characters. The show had no stable cast of characters, every Python played many different characters, and many of the characters played by the male Pythons are women. Who was it that called Carol Cleveland "a Smurfette Principle"?
Just a minor point, but you can be a "recurring actor" in a show or you can be a member in a group, but you cannot be a "recurring member".
Aye, this one doesn't seem to fit.
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