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Even a Stopped Clock is right twice a day.
A character who's normally Book Dumb and/or The Ditz comes up with a valuable insight. The character most often heard belittling their intelligence sighs heavily and concedes, "I Can't Believe I'm Saying This, but I agree with him." (Often adding, "And that scares me to death.")
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })This can often be the result of pure chance; a wild guess turning out to be true, or Right for the Wrong Reasons. In other cases, this is because the dumbass isn't willing to rule out an option due to thinking it illogical at first, or lacks knowledge of something that would limit more intelligent characters' thinking and cause them to rule out the correct idea. Or sometimes, more intelligent characters are overthinking it and the simple guy is the only one to think of Stating the Simple Solution (especially if it involves Cutting the Knot).
Also heard when two people of more or less equal intelligence, who normally disagree about everything on ideological grounds, find that there's one opinion they share. In other cases, the character with a valuable insight may be of a little less moral standing — in which case, this trope then becomes somewhat of an inversion of Your Approval Fills Me with Shame.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Truth in Television, and can be seen between Vitriolic Best Buds and Internet-nemeses on Message Boards.
Compare Actually Pretty Funny, Too Dumb to Fool, The Cuckoolander Was Right, Wisdom from the Gutter, Mistaken for Profound, I Have Nothing to Say to That, and Nobody's That Dumb. When the character is the subject of this reaction because they're mean, unlikable, or evil, it's Jerkass Has a Point (or Villain Has a Point when it's coming from an outright antagonist). If the reaction stems from the character making the point having a knack for doing the opposite thing, it's Hypocrite Has a Point. When the author intends to make a character's argument come across as wrong, but the readers agree, it's Strawman Has a Point. Not to be confused with Obfuscating Stupidity, where a character is only pretending to be stupid, though too many moments like this can make people suspicious of such a character (and will sometimes lead to Epileptic Trees amongst fans about characters who are actually stupid secretly being that trope).
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Arby 'n' the Chief features this line in Season 6 from Master Chief, after Arbiter is complaining about how much his life sucks. Also counts as a Double Entree such Chief is an enormous asshole to Arbiter in the series as well.
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Twisted: The Untold Story of a Royal Vizier makes this part of Ja'far's Character Development. While he realizes that the Princess is hopelessly naive and sheltered, he decides that young people have to believe they can make the world perfect, or else they'll never even try — and by the overly optimistic attempts of idealistic young people, the world is made a tiny bit for better each generation that goes by. On top of that, the Princess creates a plan to solve social inequality by making everyone a princess, and somehow, it actually works.
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Chad from Scream Queens is an utter moron (Dean Munsch herself has no idea how he got into college considering his speech in Episode 5), but he does have a keen insight...
He points out that Ms Bean's body being missing doesn't mean she's alive. Someone could've just moved it.
When he correctly deduces that Boone's death couldn't have possibly been a suicide as the police claim. He comes to the incorrect conclusion that Boone was murdered, but the logic he used to reach that conclusion was sound
He also anticipates that the fact he has necrophilia will draw the police's suspicion upon him, if he reports to them finding the bodies of the Red Devil's victims.
In "Seven Minutes in Hell" he's the only one to remember there are two red devils when everyone is accusing each other, and is the one who finds the secret passageway.
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Song of the South: At one point, Brer Bear (who's not the sharpest thorn in the briar patch) points out to Brer Fox that his plans to catch Brer Rabbit never work, so he suggests to "just knock his head clean off."
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Miu Iruma in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is a Ditzy Genius whose too busy overcompensating and pretending to have all the answers to be of much help most of the time. However she does have her moments. One example is correctly fingering Kirumi Tojo as the killer in case 2, as the killer must have been alone the night before and Kirumi had access to where the body was found. Another is almost immediately accusing Korekiyo Shinguji of being the third culprit, albeit being Right for the Wrong Reasons.
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Bojack Horseman:
Todd Chávez is not the smartest character in the show, but he makes a lot of really good points when calling out BoJack for his crap.
In "Horse Majeure", Todd tells BoJack he should stop trying to sabotaging Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter's wedding, citing that it's not about him and Diane has already made her choice.
In his "The Reason You Suck" Speech in "It's You", he points out that messing up and then feeling bad like all is forgiven repeatedly can only work a couple of times in real life, it's extremely selfish of anybody to use their Dark and Troubled Past to justify hurting people, and ultimately BoJack is the only one to blame for everything he does, especially when his actions have hurtful consequences.
While the "dumbass" part is downplayed with Mr. Peanutbutter's case at best, he still has the occasional insight from time to time.
He calls out Diane for continuing with her campaign against Hank Hippopopalous, even though she promised she wouldn't.
After BoJack makes a hurtful jab at his relationship with Diane, Mr. Peanutbutter finally gives BoJack a major "The Reason You Suck" Speech — explaining that all he wants is to be BoJack's friend, but all the horse does is needlessly insult him.
In "Bojack Kills", he rightfully calls Diane out after she spent a night investigating a drug-related murder with BoJack, but didn't call once to tell him what was going on, making him worried.
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Killzone, as seen in the quote above. When the party came across a Helghast base en route to their destination. Templar thinks that they should sneak around it while Rico suggests that they go through the base and kill everything. Hakha agrees with Rico, but only because the base's MLRS are firing at ISA troops and thus must be destroyed.
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Towards the ending of Notting Hill, Will has turned down Anna Scott, the woman he loves, with the reasoning that her celebrity life would just get in the way for them, and his friends attempts to comfort him by telling him he made the right decision. Enter Cloudcuckoolander Spike who, upon hearing the news, immediately calls him a "daft prick!"
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In Ranma ½, Genma is not known for his brilliance when it comes to schemes, plots or ploys. In fact, it's usually quite the opposite. Keep in mind that this is the man who hauled himself and his son to a cursed training ground simply on the basis that he figured "cursed = dangerous = great place to train!" and who was stupid enough to buy into and teach his son the Neko Ken. And yet, despite all this, Ranma is still perfectly willing to ask Genma for advice, because every so often, Genma says something that is either genuinely profound, or it's so stupid/off-kilter it actually becomes useful. This is played up a bit more in the anime — for example, it's Genma's comment about "looking with your gut" that lets Ranma see through Cologne's Splitting Cat Hairs technique, and it's also in the anime that Genma explicitly tells Ranma that he lost while fighting in female form because he doesn't play to that form's strengths. It's actually a fairly common thread among several of the characters. No matter how how stupid a character might otherwise be, they are still skilled martial artists. While Genma gets this role most often, Happōsai will very rarely stop being a Dirty Old Man to actually be useful. Not for nothing is he the most powerful character on the show (apart from the fact that he can be effectively vanquished by a bra).
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In the end of K: Return of Kings, when Misaki saves Saruhiko from JUNGLE and they finally repair their friendship (or something more), Saruhiko asks why Misaki is no longer angry with him for betraying the Red Clan. Misaki says it's because if he'd go on this dangerous mission for the Blue King, then he is loyal, because the Blue King was his king all along.
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Sluggy Freelance:
Used in "Oceans Unmoving" with the carib Honest Stu. (No-one takes him seriously because of the way he is most of the time.)
During the first Thanksgiving arc, when the cast is discussing what they're thankful for, Sam, who is typically mainly focused on scoring with women, surprisingly eloquently discusses how he is grateful for his freedom. For Thanksgiving of 2001, this was shown again, with a panel of Torg and Zoe expressing approval and agreement.
However, the most impressive one is given by Torg to Riff regarding Aylee. For years, Riff tried to get rid of Aylee, claiming that she's a threat to humanity, but after a chapter with Torg and Aylee stuck in an alternative dimension, when Torg founds out that Riff still wants to get rid of her, Torg snaps and gave a lengthy scolding to Riff for his actions against Aylee, citing that, in spite to his belief over her being a human-eater, earth is her home now, and Aylee has honestly tried hard to not eat humans. Also, Torg notices that Riff is a hypocrite by accusing her of being the doom of humanity, but he himself has proved in numerous occasions to be a even biggger threat to humanity due to his focus on explosives and mad science as a whole. As the events of Dimension of Rain saga turned out, the last statement proved to be painfully accurate.
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In Bleach, Makizou Aramaki, a drunken and not very bright member of 11th Company, accosts Uryu and Orihime while they are sneaking around the Seireitei in Soul Reaper uniforms. When they claim to be from 11th Company, he checks the inside of Uryu's uniform (something a 9th Company officer Uryu had previously encountered had failed to do), and sees 12th Company's insignia on it. He ten asks why they aren't carrying their zanpakutos, since no one in 11th Company would ever go without them. Aramaki gets knocked out by some 12th company members who claim to be friendly to Uryu and Orihime, but Uryu realizes that Aramaki was actually right, and manages to warn Orihime in time to save them from Mayuri's trap.
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Boomstick from Death Battle is the host who would just make up as many jokes about the competitors as possible while leaving Wiz to tell the views everything they need to know about the fighters... most of the time. He shows a surprising amount of knowledge about dinosaurs, in particular velociraptors and has a PhD, albeit one related to fried poultry. He's also smart enough to identify Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture by ear. This is often to the pleasant surprise of Wiz.
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Chuck: Major John Casey, any time Chuck Bartowski says something sensible-in the first two seasons, at least.
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Derek uses this as one of its central tropes. Derek is simple-minded, but devoid of malice and pretension, and although he misunderstands things a lot of the time, he makes salient and succinct (if naïve) points at other times about the benefits of kindness and being grateful for what you have.
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In one episode of Cheers, Sam actually admits to his own stupidity in an episode where everyone is frightened of a fortune telling machine and he tries to talk sense into them.
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In the Donkey Kong Country episode "Buried Treasure", K. Rool decides that the treasure the Kongs are looking for is an Artifact of Doom "capable of wiping out the island":
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: In one episode, Charlie is trying to prepare the bar for a surprise health inspection, only to discover the Gang in the midst of a scam involving live chickens. Needing to get them out of the view of the health inspector and with the Gang completely apathetic about the inspection, Charlie orders them move the chickens from the front of the bar into the air ducts. When they ask him why they should do it, he tells them that even if they don't care about the inspection, it's still not a very good idea to let a government official see that a scam is going down. The gang quickly acknowledges he has a point and begins to move the chickens.
In "Reynolds v. Reynolds: The Cereal Defense", the topic shifts to the subject of creationism. Mac, The Fundamentalist, is generally framed as foolish for his refusal to believe in evolution, but he manages to make a cogent argument against Dennis, because he successfully proves that Dennis's belief in evolution is based simply on an Appeal to Authority (all these smart people believe in evolution, so I should too) when scientists are entirely capable of being wrong and Dennis has not done any firsthand research on the subject himself. Therefore, Dennis's belief that their scientific findings are correct is no different than Mac's belief that history as depicted in The Bible is correct.
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The Simpsons:
In "Bart's Comet":
In "Simpson Safari", when the Simpsons go to Africa when it's revealed that Doctor Bushwell is using the monkeys to run a diamond mine this exchange occurs:
In "Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2", after Smithers was cleared of shooting Burns (because he shot Jasper instead), the normally completely incompetent police chief has this to say:note Jasper was shot in his prosthetic leg, so he was unharmed.
Wiggum gets another one shortly after. When Lisa points out that Burns' recent actions provide motives for several people, namely his oil-drilling endangered both the school and Moe's tavern. After she fingers Skinner, Willie, Moe and Barney, Wiggum points out that Tito Puente would also be a suspect by her logic, as he was supposed to be hired but was fired because of Burns' drilling. Lisa sheepishly concedes to the point. Of course, Wiggum's competence is immediately offset by the fact that Tito Puente stops being a suspect because he plays the police a catchy musical number. The musical number was Tito Puente's revenge against Burns. One of its lyrics was about how bullet wounds are nothing compared to the humiliation the taunting song gives.
In "Homer the Vigilante", the entire town is all set to forgive the elderly catburglar who stole from the entire town after he claims he just wanted people to respect the elderly. Wiggum arrests him anyway because the guy had just confessed to burglary. Wiggum's competence is again offset when he and the rest of the town are tricked by the catburglar into chasing after his nonexistent stash.
In "Covercraft", Lisa says that Homer is jealous of Apu's musical talents. Homer corrects her, saying that he's envious, and explains the difference ("Jealousy is when you worry someone will take what you have. Envy is wanting what someone else has."); Lisa pulls out a dictionary and confirms that he's right.
In "This Little Wiggy", Mayor Quimby is being electrocuted on live TV by an electric chair that everyone except for Bart and Ralph Wiggum believe is turned off. Bart says he needs to think of a way to save Mayor Quimby, and Ralph Wiggum has the brilliant insight that... Lisa's good at thinking. (Cue Lisa saving the day, and everyone cheering Ralph for his good sense.)
"Homer vs. the 18th Amendment" has Homer's opposition to the Dry Crusader movement seeking to ban Springfield's alcohol. His motivations are clearly that he wants to get drunk and rich off bootlegged alcohol, but he's right when he points out that the prohibition measure is unjust. The measure is actually a grandfathered-in law that hasn't been enforced since the 1700s, the majority of people didn't want it, its enforcement penalty is an absurd death sentence, and the man enforcing it is a Rabid Cop who borders on psychotic—not to mention, it turns out the reason it wasn't enforced was that it was repealed the year after. He also notes that "they tried it in the movies, and it didn't work"—while his sources are off, the real-life events that inspired those movies showed just how difficult alcohol prohibition is to enforce with any effectiveness.
As pointed out in the DVD commentary, Ralph is uncharacteristically sensible in "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)", even if it's to no avail. He tells Homer it's not a good idea to drink candle wax, but this just gives Homer the idea to coat his mouth in wax in order to withstand the Chief's peppers without regard to what other effects eating several of them might have. When Homer starts to hallucinate, Ralph asks him if he's OK; he only gives up his concern for Homer's welfare when Otto erroneously assures him "he knows what he's doing".
"Burns, Baby, Burns" has Homer deciding to fake a kidnapping of Burns's son to get the two to reunite. Marge talks him out of the plan, and tells him to go apologize to Burns. Homer responds that in broad daylight with police on high alert, walking around in the open would get them spotted and caught instantly, but Marge isn't hearing it. Seconds after they're out of the house, they're spotted by helicopters, prompting Kent Brockman to proclaim that only an idiot would decide it was a good idea to head outside in broad daylight with police on high alert.
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Jack Carter in Eureka, being the normal guy in a town of geniuses, is frequently on the receiving end of this.
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Echo Chamber:
Tom tries to invoke this trope on himself in the episode "Dumbass Has a Point", but, as Dana points out, the trope doesn't fit.
The real dumbass with a point is Zack. He uses his knowledge of After Effects to help create an intro to the vlog that was way better than anything Tom could have come up with on his own.
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Blitzo, in Helluva Job, doesn't even flinch at St. Anger's death threat, citing the fact that I.M.P. is still alive means St. Anger never considered killing them and stealing the grimoire an option at any point. St. Anger notes that Blitzo isn't as stupid as he lets on.
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Any time Spencer comes up with an idea on iCarly, Carly generally reacts in this way.
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On an episode of Beavis and Butt-Head, Mr. Van Driessen asks the class "Where do we get our food?" Butt-Head (who usually lives up to his name) answers "Uh... the store?" This was indeed the point he was trying to make. Even Butt-Head was shocked to find out he got an answer right.
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Happens every so often in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), and almost always in reference to Michelangelo. Usually it's Raphael who gets to admit it.
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A Diplomatic Visit: In chapter 11 of the sequel Diplomat at Large, when Sonata Dusk realizes that Adagio had used her magic to influence them and wonders why, Aria admits that "The ditz has a point." before reminding Adagio that sirens have their own rules, one of which is that they never use their powers on one another.
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Late in Spacetrawler, Martina gives up on trying to non-lethally subdue the renegade unclamped Eebs and rants to Dustin that she must kill them. Dustin immediately points out that she has a brain-clamp, which will permanently neutralize their psychic powers and their aggression. Getting outsmarted by him rattles Martina out of her Heroic BSoD, and she shamefacedly apologizes and agrees.
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Naruto:
In the Kakashi Gaiden arc, when Rin is captured, the (then) Insufferable Genius Kakashi suggests that the enemy will make use of Rin's medic-nin skills to heal their wounded (as an argument against going to save her), while Obito, who is not very bright by comparison suggests that the enemy won't think to use her that way and will interrogate her for information on their mission (as an argument for going to save her). Obito turns out to be right.
During the second stage of the Chunin Exam, Team 7 are attacked by Orochimaru, disguised as another examinee. Seeing how outclassed they are, Sasuke moves to give Orochimaru his scroll (The teams that have a Heaven and Earth scroll pass, and Orochimaru had the other one), but Naruto stops him, pointing out that there's no guarantee that someone so Obviously Evil will just be satisfied with a scroll. Orochimaru admits this, as his real goal was infecting Sasuke with his curse mark.
In the Konoha 11 filler arc, Naruto and Choji, two of the less intelligent members of the team, suggest that the old man who turned out to be infiltrating the village was not a bad person because he likes ramen. It turns out that he had, because of his friendship with Naruto, replaced all the explosive paper tags with harmless ones to make it a scavenger hunt like he had enjoyed with his son.
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In Shirobako, Tarou Takanashi is a rather incompetent production assistant for MusAni who frequently makes mistakes, resulting in his coworkers having little respect for him and viewers wondering why he hasn't been fired. In Episode 9, Tarou, while discussing Exodus' preorders with Honda, mentions that the final episode will be key to determining how well the show sells, to which Honda replies by saying that if Kinoshita heard that, he'd break down and give up on the storyboards for the latter half of the episode. Tarou then replies, "But if you're so concerned with sales that it affects your work, you won't be able to make anything good." Honda is rendered speechless for a moment, before remarking that Tarou "can actually say some decent stuff sometimes."
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Happens frequently in 8-Bit Theater, since everyone in the main cast hates each other so much. In fact, it may even be the Trope Namer. Especially evident with team idiot Fighter, who occasionally gets one of these. One of his most brilliant insights is when the group was falling to their deaths and he suggests (after getting interrupted several times with guesses as to what idiotic idea he might be proposing...and agreeing that those are good too) that Thief and Fighter grab onto Black Mage and Red Mage, and have the two cast Feather Fall. Which would have been a great idea... had Red Mage not blown all his spells on distracting Sarda, which likely could have been fixed with his mime ability but Black Mage dumped all his non-apocalyptic spells while he was power-tripping on evil. Then he blocks the ground.
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Guilty Gear:
One of the song titles in Guilty Gear Isuka is "Drunkard Does Make Wise Remarks".
In Guilty Gear Xrd, the super-intelligent dragon wizard, Dr. Paradigm, appears in Story Mode without the bubble of water he used to have around him to breathe in Guilty Gear 2: Overture. As it turns out, this is because the super-unintelligent Sin Kiske once asked him why, given his mental acumen, he didn't just make a spell that let him breathe air.
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In the Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode "Total Re-Carl", Carl's body gets destroyed by Frylock's experimental high-tech toilet, and Frylock tries to make him a new body. One of the attempts is a heavily-armed cybernetic suit, and Master Shake, known for being a stupid Jerkass, points out that this might not be a good idea:
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Community:
In the episode "The Politics of Human Sexuality", Pierce demonstrates unexpected maturity, wisdom and humility in both discussing Jeff's and his own experiences with women at the end.
Pierce actually does this quite a few times in the series. The election episode contains a standout - he becomes very profound, but it takes being stabbed in the face with a pencil.
In Horror Fiction In Seven Spooky Steps, after Britta did a psychological evaluation that "proved" one of them had homicidal tendencies, Pierce is the one to point out that in over two years they've been together, they would have picked out something before now.
Britta, who is the worst, also does this occasionally. As much as people make fun of her abilities as a "licensed psych major", she is actually quite good at reading people.
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RWBY: Neptune begins in a battle by running to the other team's main front. Although it was mainly to escape the body of water he was afraid of, but he gives an acceptable excuse.
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The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh:
In one episode, Pooh narrates the "Three Little Pigs" with Rabbit as the Big Bad Bunny, but the story keeps on getting derailed by Pooh's thoughts always straying toward honey. When a scene more resembling "Little Red Riding Hood" occurs, Tigger comments, "Hey, for a Big Bad Bunny, he's sure not being very bad." Rabbit (the Big Bad Bunny) replies, "For once, you're right, Tigger. We have lost track of the story, haven't we?"
There are some instances where Pooh can bring a good point
In "A Knight to Remember", Pooh and company want to play a game of chess, but some pieces are missing, and it seems they won't be able to play. Then this exchange happens.
Pooh says this about himself in "The Good, the Bad, and the Tigger". When Tigger says Pooh came up with a "terrifical idea", Pooh's response is, "I came up with a terrifical idea? Oh my, this must be a fantasy!"
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In the second Tenchi Muyo! movie, Mihoshi suggests that Mayuka is from the future. The rest of the cast begins to dismiss this idea until Washu confirms that she's correct. Subverted in that Mayuka was actually an Artificial Human designed to appear to be a Kid from the Future.
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Attack on Titan:
Connie is a bit of a Book Dumb ditz (ex. he thinks the heart is on his right side of his body). But when he gives an accurate assessment about Trost that everyone is stuck until they can resupply, Jean mentioned it's good that he is using his head for once.
And again in chapter 49, he managed to talk Krista out of a dangerous situation by analyzing the reason behind her best friend's actions. This time, he lampshaded it.
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Dilbert:
Done by the Pointy-Haired Boss when describing the other departments as being staffed with professional liars.
In general, the PHB is "only" incompetent at management and technology. When dealing with other departments and upper management, he's actually the straight man undermined by Dilbert's social ineptitude and bluntness.
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In Freefall, no matter how outslanding the situation/subject might be, Helix has been known to has a point from now and them, like this.
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In one strip of Calvin and Hobbes, Calvin is again about to be beaten up by the resident Barbaric Bully, Moe, when he asks why Moe doesn't pick on people his own size. Moe simply replies, "they'd hit back".
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In Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, the one person who pointed out how illogical the show's premise is turned out to be crazy.
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Red vs. Blue:
In Chapter 14 of Red vs. Blue Reconstruction, Caboose is the one that manages to come up with a plan that would get them into Command without anyone getting suspicious of them: by putting the unrecognizable ones inside the opaque tank. Caboose actually gets a number of these throughout the series.
Caboose once said that there was probably wet plains in between the freezing plains and the burning plains, which he is (sort of) right because there's a swamp in between the two plains.
The Red team's resident Ditz, Donut, also has his share, including his accurate assessment of every unlikely plot twist. The others derided this as too stupid (to be fair, they’d be right if this were any other show).
While mentally time-travelling* Long story, Wash needs to find where Carolina was hiding in the time between her supposed death and her reemergence. Wash tries to pry info from fellow Freelancers, but keeps getting rebuffed because of his low rank. After a long time trying without success, Wash vents to the Triplets, the absolute worst of the Freelancers, who suggest that Wash simply travel to the point in time where he and Carolina were friends, and ask her there. When that works, Wash... doesn't take it well.
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The Dresden Files' hero Harry Dresden is more obfuscating than genuinely stupid, but many of the enemies he faces have a lot more knowledge and power than him and regard him as an idiot at times. This is seen in Ghost Story when The Dragon to the main baddy is a powerful spirit of knowledge. When the spirit effortlessly stopped Harry's assault on his base in the spirit world, the spirit halts his final attack when Harry notes killing Harry isn't in the spirit's self-interest. This causes the spirit to hesitate. The spirit, seeing Harry as a youth who is tied down by stupid things like morality, argues that he doesn't have "self-interest." Harry quickly counters that the spirit has superior power and ability in this confrontation. There is no logical reason to halt the attack for even a moment to end the life of a potentially dangerous enemy unless the spirit felt Harry being alive would be better off for the spirit, ergo the spirit has some self-interest. The spirit considers the argument and notes he will think on it later when his "attention is not otherwise occupied by mildly effective stalling tactics." He then proceeds to continue his final attack on Harry.
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On Charles in Charge, Buddy Lembeck does this to himself.
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In King of the Hill, given the somewhat dubious smarts expressed by Hank's circle of friends, it makes it more poignant when one of them says something that is actually a legitimately valid point.
Dale is a legendarily crazy Conspiracy Theorist who is infamous for his inability to recognize that his wife is cuckolding him with his "friend" John Redcorn; in one episode, he admits that he has figured out his visibly Native American son Joseph isn't his biological child (which it took him watching a documentary that it takes 9 months for a baby to be conceived — which is knowledge that even Texas teaches in high school), but attributes his parentage to aliens. Then, in the same sentence that he states that this is why he feels he and Joseph have been unable to fully bond, he declares that Hank Hill's problems with bonding with Bobby stem from Hank being a "crappy dad". Which is actually perfectly true, because Hank Hill has a lot of flaws in the way he approaches rearing his son — he's on the Abusive Parents page for a reason.
In a way, Hank Hill himself is a case of this. He is unquestionably the smartest of his band of friends and neighbors, who all recognize him as reliable and dependable, but he is also shown as kind of a bumbling idiot, who is so old-fashioned and conservative that it's laughable.
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Axis Powers Hetalia has America and Britain fighting until France points out they still have a meeting.
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The Hair Bear Bunch episode "Rare Bear Bungle" dealt with the bears sending a new inmate to their cave, Rare Bear, out into town as they think he's a mole planted by zookeeper Peevly. But when they learn Rare Bear is worth $50,000, they escape to retrieve him but are followed by Peevly and Botch. The bears are subsequently caught and Peevly plans to send them back to the forest when Rare Bear turns up with the zoo superintendent. Peevly is about to tell the superintendent why he's about to send the Hair Bear Bunch to the forest when Botch (the dum-dum) tells him not to as the super would find out Rare Bear escaped as well.
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In the fourth episode of Tiger & Bunny, Barnaby expresses shock upon the discovery that he and Kotetsu actually agree on something ("We didn't become heroes because we want praise and appreciation.")
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In Star Trek (2009), when young Kirk (who up to this point has been depicted as an ignorant jackass) presents an idea to Captain Pike, Spock supports him: "The cadet's logic is sound".
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Kamen Rider Build: Early in the series, Science Hero Sento has been struggling to identify Best Matches, pairs of Transformation Trinkets that make Build stronger through their high compatibility...and then his Lancer, Book Dumb MMA fighter Banjou, steps in and picks one out immediately. He explains that he noticed a common trend among Best Matches, namely they always consist of one organic object (like Rabbit, Hawk, or Ninja) and one inorganic object (Tank, Gatling, or Comics); Sento admits that he had considered that idea, but dismissed it because he thought it was too obvious.
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 Kamen Rider Build
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In Injustice: Gods Among Us, Green Arrow takes Harley Quinn to his hideout to protect her from a rampaging Superman. When she hears that it's named the Arrowcave, Harley says it's not a very good namenote Of course, it's a vestige from back when GA was little more than Batman with an archer motif; "Batcave" works because that's where bats live, so Arrow should name his place "The Quiver". Ollie's response is "That... is actually a better name." Black Canary also agrees when Harley brings up the subject to her.
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 Injustice: Gods Among Us (Comic Book)
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In the Deadwood episode "Amateur Hour", the cunning Al Swearengen puzzles over a pictorial message from Wu. When resident slack-jaw Johnny Burns takes a look, he's able to immediately decode it. His ego obviously bruised, Al responds by punching Johnny in the face.
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 Deadwood
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In Sonic Boom, taking advice from Knuckles on anything is usually a bad idea. However, in "Eggman's Anti-Gravity Ray", he gives a surprising insight on true feminism by saying that whenever the breaking of gender roles gets called out, it ultimately undermined the gender equality concept by implying that it's an EXCEPTION, not the status quo.
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 Sonic Boom
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On an episode of Frisky Dingo, Ronnie, the dimwitted Russian rapist member of the Xtacles, interrupts Xander Crews' long-lost brother Nearl's revenge speech by shooting him in the head. Cue this exchange:
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Shiro Kabuto from Mazinger Z and Great Mazinger was The Hero Kouji's Annoying Younger Sibling. Although sometimes he seemed Too Dumb to Live cause some stunts he pulled, he had good points from time to time. Boss also has a point more frequently than you'd expect. I.e., when Kouji refuses to help Sayaka after they have a fight and she takes off in Mazinger Z, Boss, Mucha and Nuke are the ones who urge him to stop whining and go for her.
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 Mazinger Z
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In Dink Smallwood mod Cast Awakening: Initiation doors disappear if you use them while the right color key is in your possession. This leads to an exchange between two Cast members sent to fetch Dink for execution during the introduction.
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The Order of the Stick:
"Surprisingly, Elan makes a good point. (Which probably just proves that we've stumbled into some bizarre alternate reality.)" Unsurprisingly (because, c'mon, he's Elan), it goes horribly, horribly wrong.
In the second book, Elan asks Roy why he likes Miko, reiterating the fact that Miko is very abrasive and unpleasant to be around. Roy can't come up with any answer besides "She's really good looking" and that, coupled with a brief period with a Gender Bender magic belt, makes Roy realize that his attraction to Miko was superficial.
Much later, he points the flaws on Haley's position.
Thog, the illiterate barbarian whose Dump Stat was intelligence, claims he's smarter than the Genius Bruiser Roy in "Don't Get MAD". He says that all of his good abilities help him in his chosen career, while Roy's intelligence doesn't help him as a fighter. Roy ends up beating Thog using those cross-class ranks in Knowledge (Architect and Engineering) he wouldn't have had if he didn't have a good intelligence, but not before taking a substantial beating and having to sneak in a potion to keep going. In general, Thog actually seems to have one of the more optimized builds in the comic: unlike Roy, who went straight Fighter, Thog dipped it for two levels (even picking up a rather useful alternate class feature) and then spent the rest of his time leveling as a Barbarian.
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 The Order of the Stick (Webcomic)
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In Sinfest, faced with Squigley happily stuffing his face, smoking drugs, and watching TV, Slick can't decide whether he has a problem or the answer to life.
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 Sinfest (Webcomic)
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In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim the Player Character can respond to an intellectual discussion by a group of learned sages about the rightness or wrongness of stopping Alduin from causing The End of the World as We Know It, which he is destined and supposed to do, by simply stating they like the world and want to save it. The leader of the sages admits that's a fair response.
In the same conversation, the leader, a renegade ancient dragon, asks the player why they think he stays all day long atop a freezing mountain instead of living in the monastery with the other sages. The player can think about a philosophical answer... Or simply state that " dragons like mountains". The leader hesitates, then admits it's an answer as good as any.
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 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Video Game)
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Chie Satonaka of Persona 4 is the Book Dumb variety: She's not particularly known for performing well in school or having the kind of mind that would be suited to solving a murder mystery, but she'll occasionally spout some random theory about the case that turns out to be exactly right. For example, when the town is covered in fog, and they realize that their glasses enable them to see through it, she realizes that the fog is leaking through to their world. Another of her random theories that turns out to be right (and provokes a Eureka Moment from the rest of the party) is that Namatame meant "saving people" literally, rather than as a euphemism for killing.
Kanji also has a number of good points despite not being very intelligent. Shortly after he's rescued, he points out that the team shouldn't beat themselves up too much over not having made all that much progress, since they saved his and Yukiko's lives. After a copycat murder causes a devastating blow to team morale and leaves them questioning what they thought they knew, he reminds everyone that they got started because the Police Are Useless, and their giving up will give the killer free reign.
Amusingly lampshaded when the group discusses what happened to Marie, when Kanji, says that it would mess with his head if Chie was the one coming up with the good ideas.
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 Persona 4 (Video Game)
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Persona 5
While the Phantom Thieves are discussing the nature of Mementos, Ryuji, who's the least intelligent of the Phantom Thieves, says that the easiest way to get answers to their questions is just to go to the bottom of Mementos. Morgana, who often mocks Ryuji's intelligence, says that "unfortunately," Ryuji is right.
During the extra palace in Royal, the group is presented with an ethical question about what one should do if they had the power to steal anything and not get caught, with the correct answer being the same one that the Palace's ruler would choose. The five choices are A.Steal something valuable, B.Don't steal anything, C.Steal one's own heart to heal, D.Steal hearts to improve society and E. Steal the heart of the one you love. The Phantom Thieves manage to rule out A. and E. by virtue of them being selfish, and C. because the Palace's ruler would see it as cause for corrective action, so the choice is between B. and D. Ryuji immediately chooses D. because it's what he would do, but the intelligent and cynical Akechi mocks Ryuji for his "brain-dead" answer and proposes that B. is the right answer. As it turns out, Ryuji is correct.
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 Persona 5 (Video Game)
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In Misfits, when Simon and Alisha think it's their moral duty to try and defeat a demented criminal who's been terrorizing their neighborhood, cloudcuckoolander Nathan responds with: "Listen guys, I think I speak for all of us when I say - we are lazy and incompetent. We're practically handicapped! Leave it to the Police. They get paid to get shot." In the stunned silence that follows, Curtis admits: "I never thought I'd say this, but he's talking sense."
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 Misfits
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In Undertale, if you call Papyrus (who loves to boast about his cleverness but is mostly just a ignorant blowhard) outside the lab in Hotland, he hears "laboratory" as "Labrador-y" and wonders if that means there are dogs inside. "i wouldn't rule it out," says Sans (who often pretends to be dumber than his brother). The enormous bag of dog food sitting on the lab's ground floor is a big clue as to the correctness of this assumption.
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 Undertale (Video Game)
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Red Dwarf:
Everybody but Rimmer goes with Lister's idea to play pool with planets. Neither agree with him, but Kryten's programming forces him to side with the living human over the Virtual Ghost, and the Cat refuses to support Rimmer because of his miserable fashion sense. (It does work.)
In another episode, the gang decides to follow the Cat's advised course of action in dealing with a ship of hostile Simulants, prompting the Cat to reply "You're going to go with one of my plans? Are you nuts?! What happens if we all get killed? I'll never hear the last of it!" (It does work. Again.)
From the same episode, Cat comes up with another plan, get shot down by Rimmer, but vindicated by Lister:
Also, when Lister, after a history reboot, suggest they pick up a time machine they found before the reboot and use it again to go back in time to buy curries, Rimmer insist they must leave the time machine alone. Cat responds: "You know I'd rather wear sideways-pressed flares and a clip-on polyester tie than agree with Goalpost-Head... but this time he's right." Sure enough, when Lister ignores him, their mistakes end up radically altering human history, and to top it all off Lister forgets the curries.
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 Red Dwarf
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In The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, when the group are trying to understand how they ended up at the Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Arthur suddenly has a flash of insight about time travel, saying that they've travelled in time but not in space. Zaphod mocks him but the waiter interrupts: "Your monkey has got it right, sir"; Zaphod had previously told the ship to take them to the nearest place to eat, and, give or take several million years, they never actually moved spatially as the Restaurant was constructed on the remains of the world they'd been on at the time.
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 The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
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In issue two of Archie's Sonic Boom, Amy Rose is shocked that Knuckles is working with Eggman. Knuckles tells her that he's doing so because he's tired of her picking on him. When she goes Grammar Nazi on him over a minor flub, he blows up, roaring "THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT!"
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 Sonic Boom (Comic Book)
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In one of the Giffen/DeMatteis Justice League of America stories: Blue Beetle says "Booster was right!" in one panel and in the next is muttering "'Booster was right'? I can't believe I said that!"
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 Justice League of America (Franchise)
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Dragon Ball Z Abridged: Instead of punching Gohan like he does in the show, this is how Goku convinces his son to not go attacking Cell in a blind rage:
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 Dragon Ball Z Abridged (Web Video)
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In the Coen Brothers' remake of The Ladykillers (2004), Dorr thinks aloud as he tries to come up with an elaborate scheme to deal with Gudge, a potential obstacle to their heist. Dumb jock Lump tries to interject with an idea, only to be silenced several times by Dorr. When he is finally allowed to speak, he asks "couldn't we just bribe the guy?" It works.
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 The Ladykillers (2004)
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Bakuman。: Miura, who is not one of the better editors, and who is often distrusted by the main characters for his belief that they would be better off doing gag manga, immediately notices that something's off about a chapter of Detective Trap that they wrote, and realizes that they were using fan suggestions in a desperate attempt to avoid cancellation. He gives them a lecture, saying that the writers don't necessarily represent the entire readership, who largely expect the same shonen-style stories as always. The main characters realize he has a point, even if they ultimately don't succeed in saving Detective Trap.
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 Bakuman。 (Manga)
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In A Thing of Vikings, while Stoick may not be stupid, it's still unexpected when he's the one who realises that dragons shed their scales a week or so before their eggs hatch so that they can use the scales as material for fireproof nests.
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 A Thing of Vikings (Fanfic)
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In Bob and George, Bass was the only one to realize that the only hope of defeating Bad Guy Of The Year Mynd was to flank him and attack simultaneously from three directions. While putting the plan into action, Protoman, Roll, and Bass all wonder, "when the hell did we start listening to Bass?" (Granted, the attack fails, but not because of any flaw in the plan. Mynd is just that badass.)
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 Bob and George (Webcomic)
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In The Venture Bros., when a spike-laden deathtrap comes closing in on them, Hank suggests they contact Dr. Orpheus. Dr. Venture vehemently objects half because Hank is a dumbass and half because he really doesn't like Dr. Orpheus. Brock outright says "I know it sounds crazy, but Hank has the only idea." Dr. Venture only relents when Brock starts lining them up for the least painful death.
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 The Venture Bros.
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In Off-White, Iki has a premonition that someone was coming close to them. Jera, of all the characters, is the one who notice that he's right.
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 Off-White (Webcomic)
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This comes up in Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, though it isn't directly addressed. The fact that Shirogane forces himself to be the perfect student under the belief that Kaguya wouldn't love him otherwise is presented as being unhealthy, but he's right. While Kaguya may have fallen in love with his true personality, she didn't even acknowledge his presence until after he starts following Momo's advice to act more confident than he actually is (and in fact has no memory of their first meeting because his old self made so little of an impression on her).
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In Chaotic, Majar, a creature who is the epitome of Dumb Muscle, points out to his partner Borth that he is smart but small and he himself is strong but dumb and suggests they stop their bickering and work together.
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In Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, Dan is forced to go in a party with a family of demons to keep the pretense that he's dating Lorenda, but Kria Soulstealer (Lorenda's mother) knows that Dan's relationship with Lorenda is a lie, but she still invited Dan anyway to seduce him... and she almost succeeded. Dan, however, realised just in time what he almost have done, and jumped off window. Next day, he decided to enroll in a school for cubi (his species) for a month, suspecting that his behavior is due to his lack of control of cubi nature. According to Abel, Dan is right.
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On Gilligan's Island, the surprised phrase "Gilligan, you've done it again!" is repeated so often, it's almost an aversion, but the other characters are still surprised when he has a good idea.
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In Withnail & I, when Withnail observes that he and Marwood are on a downward spiral, Marwood even says (in voiceover), "Even a stopped clock is right twice a day."
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 Withnail & I
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Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc: Yasuhiro Hagakure, who's typically not very bright, makes the observation that it's highly unlikely that one of the victims from Chapter 3 was killed with one of the weapons the students already found, since the killer would've had to take the risk of retrieving the weapon, killing the victim, and putting it back where it was originally found, without anyone noticing.
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 Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (Visual Novel)
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Archer:
During season 2, the title character finds out that he has breast cancer and the drugs he takes for it are fake. He then goes on a rampage to find the source of the fake drugs, which turns out to be The Irish Mob. When straight woman Lana asks if the whole affair is really worth it, Archer points out that although it is a personal mission for him, the gangsters are still selling fake cancer medicine, which is pretty heinous.
Archer has claimed in a few episodes that he needs to "taper off" his alcohol use. Even though he's usually using it as an excuse to keep drinking, this is a real phenomenon; stopping cold on your drinking is not a good idea.
The episode "Skytanic" has Archer being very derisive towards the concept of a luxury airship. He's acting like a jackass, and his fears of the airship going down like the Hindenberg are inaccurate (it's a helium ship), but he points out that the whole operation is probably doomed to bankruptcy anyway, since the airship is too slow to serve as anything more than luxury transport when airplanes are ten times faster. And he's right — in fact, it turns out the company's stocks have been in freefall, and the captain is even plotting to blow up the ship because he wants to get out while he can.
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Done a few times with Pinky in Pinky and the Brain. Most of the time when Pinky says something stupid it earns him a hit on the head from Brain. But the few times he actually made a good point, Brain is getting ready to hit him out of habit when he stops and thinks and then admits he has a point. One such example comes from the Don Quixote episode, where Pinky asks "Why would Sophia Loren do a musical?", and Brain calls it "a worthy conundrum".
Another example, crossing with Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap! is when Pinky accurately points out how he’s the 'mommy' of a clone of Brain's from a toenail clipping that got mixed in the experiment.
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Mass Effect:
The council (or at least the Turian member) seem to believe this whenever they find out Shepard is telling the truth. They even use the saying at one point;
In the third game, there's a conversation between Shepard and Conrad Verner about the switch from overheating weapons in the first game to "thermal clips" in the later ones. Conrad takes the common fan position that being able to shoot indefinitely with the old weapons is still a tactical advantage over the new weapons, which might as well be using limited ammunition again. In this case, they're both right. Thermal clips let you send more fire down range with a skilled reload, and heat sinks can just keep going without the need for supplies. Both Mass Effect 3 and Mass Effect: Andromeda have both types of weapons, and the latter even has a mod that lets any weapon use the cooldown system (though at the cost of a much smaller clip). This is also something of a Take That, Us, after many fans found the in-universe reasoning for the near-total abandonment of cooldown weapons in 2 onwards (somehow, every military in the galaxy reverse-engineered them from a hostile alien race) to be a bit absurd.
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Slightly Damned: When Buwaro and Rhea are about to go look for Kieri after she attempted to drive them away so they wouldn't be in danger when she tries to save her captured brother, Buwaro points out that they are terrible fighters and wouldn't stand a chance against the adult demons.
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Aliens:
Hudson and Vasquez have insulted each other previously, and Hudson has acted stupidly/foolishly throughout the movie. Once the aliens infiltrate the complex:
In the extended cut, Hudson is the one who first theorizes the possible existence of a xenomorph queen.
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 Aliens
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In Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019), MONARCH is seen in-universe as idiots by the government for their reluctance to kill the Titans before they wake up. However, they make a good point how human weapons are practically useless against the Titans and their own attempts to kill the male MUTO failed completely. In fact, the only times humanity successfully killed a Kaiju is with the help of another (namely, Godzilla and Kong). Even Mark Russell, who genuinely wants to get rid of the Titans, isn't stupid enough to think humans should pick a fight with them unless they know they can win.
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 Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)
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In the Frozen AU story And I Saw the Beast upon a Cold World, the uneducated Kristoff points out the flaws in Elsa's plan to speed through her education by excelling by telling her that "If you dig the best ditches it just means they give you a bigger shovel." As Elsa learns, excelling just means her tutors teach her more.
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 Frozen (2013)
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Sid in the Ice Age series, most notably in the second film, where he calls Diego out on his fear of water, and tells Manny that he should forget his tragic past and pursue a relationship with Ellie.
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 Ice Age
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The Office (US):
Michael Scott generally comes up with incredibly stupid and self-centered ideas and observations, to the point where one of the show's running gags is to have Michael try to explain the Aesop of the episode, only to completely miss the mark. However, there are times when he is genuinely right, such as when he correctly deduces that a new "restructure" of the chain of command is an attempt by David Wallace to not have to interact with Michael so often.
Probably his crowning moment in the entire series came later when negotiating with Wallace over the sale of the Michael Scott Paper Company. He first turns down the cash offer (reasonably asserting that they need stable jobs rather than a lump sum) and then correctly plays on Wallace's fears regarding his own position as CFO.
He also correctly surmised another time that Darryl, the leader of the warehouse employees, was using an incident where Roy attacked Jim as leverage to get a pay raise.
"Did I Stutter?" features Stanley, having suffered through Michael's foolishness for years, finally blowing up at a meeting and telling Michael to leave him alone in a furious tone. Later on, Michael attempts a poorly thought-out lesson by pretending to fire Stanley. Stanley, angered by this, proceeds to go on a rant where he insults Michael by calling him a "professional idiot", causing Michael to snap and order everyone out except Stanley. The subsequent conversation features a rare moment of professional insight from Michael - while Stanley might not respect Michael as a person, he cannot talk like that to a superior in the office. Stanley admits that he has has a point and the two shake hands.
"Shareholder Meeting" has Dunder Mifflin's CEO Chris O'Keefe get fed up with Michael's bizarre behavior and call him a moron. Michael takes offense and points out that, not only is his branch is the only one in the company that's actually making money, he's also the only one present who's at least trying to come up with solutions to avoid bankruptcy instead of splurging on things like limos and fancy hotel rooms for meetings while doing nothing. If anything, O'Keefe and the other executives are the morons.
"Secretary's Day" features Andy lashing out at Michael because he mentioned to Erin, whom Andy has started dating, that Andy and Angela used to be engaged. Michael rightfully points out that not only did he not know Andy was keeping it a secret, but that Andy should've been upfront with her about it. Since Angela works four feet from her, she was bound to find out eventually.
"Business School" has Ryan bring Michael as a speaker to his MBA class. After getting into a heated back and forth with the students over Dunder-Mifflin's future and learning Ryan had actually criticized the company, Michael tells the students that the things they're learning in the classroom don't necessarily translate to a real business environment. Case in point, Ryan, for everything he's learned in class, has never made a single sale at Dunder-Mifflin.
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 The Office (US)
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In one volume of the short-lived Super Mario Bros. comic book. That case is subverted, though, because it turns out Wooster wasn't betraying them at all.
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In Paper Towns, Ben suggests that Margo is being completely literal when she quotes Whitmans "Unscrew the doors from their jambs", Radar's response is, "Sometimes, he's so retarded that he becomes kind of brilliant."
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 Paper Towns
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Kaeloo: In one episode, Stumpy gives Kaeloo some "advice" that makes her start crying and curl up in a corner. Stumpy thinks that it may be a psychological problem, and decides to get Mr. Cat to help. Quack Quack points out that that may not be a good idea, since Mr. Cat is a Jerkass, but Stumpy points out that nobody other than Mr. Cat knows anything about psychology. Quack Quack admits that he's right.
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 Kaeloo
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In Sonic Colors, after Eggman's plan backfires (again), Eggman questions how his plan failed. Cubot tells Eggman how this was expected and how Sonic always foils his plans. This exchange happens. Heck, even Orbot proceeds to applaud Cubot for paying attention.
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 Sonic Colors (Video Game)
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In Girl Genius, rustics say the giant spider riding Geisterdamen cause revenants, steal children, blight crops — the usual nonsense based on nothing but their strange appearance and language, right? Then again, Two out of Three Ain't Bad.
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In The Nut Job, when Raccoon is questioned on why he's locking the other characters in the van, he stalls and then launches into a speech saying that it's all Surly's fault and they have to get rid of him for the good of the park. Grayson responds by saying that he's dodging the question.
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Good Burger: At the end of the climax, Dexter asks Ed why he dumped the Triampathol into Mondo Burger's meat instead of taking it to the cops like they planned. Ed points out that even if he were able to get the evidence to the police, there was a good chance Kurt would've hired a high-powered attorney who would've gotten him off any charges. By dumping the chemicals into the meat vat and causing mass destruction to the restaurant, he turned it into an open and shut case as well as immediately shut Mondo Burger down. Dexter is impressed he thought of that.
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Liquid Snake in The Last Days of FOXHOUND is not the sharpest tool in the shed due to his Inferiority Complex and brain damage, but he still manages to catch his coworkers flatfooted a few times before he Took a Level in Badass by disarming a Mexican Standoff between Wolf, Ocelot and Scratch by using Eddie's telepathic hypnosis to make them drink water laced with tranquilizers. Too bad he almost fumbled it by putting a near-fatal dose of drugs in the water.
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 The Last Days of FOXHOUND (Webcomic)
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In M*A*S*H, when a general's prized gun turned up missing and Radar was about to take the fall for the theft, Hawkeye and BJ confronted Major Burns, who openly admired the gun when he saw it. Burns refused to answer their questions and accused them of convicting him without a trial, asking, "What happened to 'innocent until proven guilty'?" After Burns left, Hawkeye turned to BJ and asked, "Don't you hate it when he's right?" Subverted, because Burns really was the thief.
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Danganronpa:
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc: Yasuhiro Hagakure, who's typically not very bright, makes the observation that it's highly unlikely that one of the victims from Chapter 3 was killed with one of the weapons the students already found, since the killer would've had to take the risk of retrieving the weapon, killing the victim, and putting it back where it was originally found, without anyone noticing.
In Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Akane Owari is often considered one of the dumbest characters in the game. During the first class trial to figure out who killed Byakuya she gets frustrated trying to figure out how the killer was able to get around in the dark so she just blurts out, "What if the killer used a light?!" Even she's pleasantly surprised when Hajime confirms a suspicion she just made up on the spot. The killer had access to their own light source which they used to move around outside the dining hall. This tends to be a recurring trend in Non-Stop Debates in which you must agree with one of several theories presented, as often, the person in question randomly threw that theory out there.
Miu Iruma in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is a Ditzy Genius whose too busy overcompensating and pretending to have all the answers to be of much help most of the time. However she does have her moments. One example is correctly fingering Kirumi Tojo as the killer in case 2, as the killer must have been alone the night before and Kirumi had access to where the body was found. Another is almost immediately accusing Korekiyo Shinguji of being the third culprit, albeit being Right for the Wrong Reasons.
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Happens in this dialogue in Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis:
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Happens a few times in Kim Possible, usually in relation to Ron Stoppable.
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 Kim Possible
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Invoked in Dual Destinies, when Phoenix agreees with the rather full of himself space center director, Yuri Cosmos, on his views of misunderstood geniuses.
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 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies (Visual Novel)
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In The Stalking Zuko Series, Chit Sang, like in canon, is strong but not especially bright, such as forgetting to tell Zuko about "cooler fever." However, he notices that Aang's defensive reaction when called out over sparing Ozai means that Aang is actually starting to regret his decision.
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 The Stalking Zuko Series / Fan Fic
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Close to the end of the alien suit arc of The Spectacular Spider Man, Jerk Jock Flash calls Peter out on rejecting his friends when they were trying to support him, leading to him realizing that the suit is changing him along with this hilarious line.
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 The Spectacular Spider-Man
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Carl and Sheen from The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius occasionally have their moments.
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 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
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In the (BBC's) Robin Hood episode "Who Shot the Sheriff", Roy admits to agreeing with "cheese boy", i.e. Much.
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 Robin Hood
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In Daria, ditzy cheerleader Brittany has shown this twice:
In one episode, the title character hides in a bathroom stall, having believed she has sold out her principles by wearing contact lenses instead of her "manstopper glasses". Her best friend Jane, as well as acquaintance Jodie couldn't get her out. So imagine their shock when Brittany manages to get through to her...
"The Daria Hunter" also shows Brittany to be a pretty good military tactician.
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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Chapter after chapter, Idiot Hero Book Dumb Ned Land opines Captain Nemo is a despot and the Power Trio must attempt the Great Escape as soon as possible. The Professor Aronnax and Battle Butler Conseil are impressed with Nemo and their incredible voyage, and it is not until they see Nemo crossing the Moral Event Horizon that they realize Ned was the Only Sane Man.
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The Good Place: Jason Mendoza, quite possibly literally the stupidest human being to ever live (and the embodiment of the Florida Man meme) often tells bizarre and nonsensical stories that are somehow actually relevant to the situation at hand.
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 The Good Place
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In Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, only Caroline, who has spent the evening entirely sloshed, figures out that the clue to the location of the "Where's Fluffy" performance given out on the radio is an address.
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In Regular Show, there are times where Rigby has pointed out on how ridiculous the situation can be;
In the episode "Stick Hockey", Rigby points out that Benson does have a responsibility to trust his workers, instead of assuming they'll slack off. Then again, it's the one of the few instances where Mordecai and Rigby actually keep up their end of the bargain.
Rigby once did this:
In general, Rigby is very logical when it comes to navigating romantic relationships. Naturally, this culminates in him getting a steady girlfriend, and later, in the "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue, wife, in Eileen.
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 Regular Show
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One Piece: During the Alabasta arc, Luffy points out to Vivi that simply beating up Crocodile would be the best thing to do, instead of trying to stop the rebels from fighting (which would cost many more lives). Often times, Luffy knows that beating up the biggest bad guy solves the problem faster. He did this as well in Enies Lobby, zeroing in on Lucci, the strongest member of CP9 and the biggest threat.
He also mentions that people will die no matter what Vivi does, a surprisingly realistic observation for him that the other crew members don't contest.
At the beginning of the series, soon after gaining the Going Merry, they save Zoro's old friend Yosaku who was suffering scurvy. When Nami notes that they need someone who knows their way around food, Luffy immediately jumps to the realization they need a cook, an idea so sensible everyone agrees with him (unusual for Luffy), setting up the Baratie Arc and the eventual recruitment of Sanji.
In Water 7, upon learning the Going Merry was on her last legs, Luffy made the tough call to seek out a new ship. Usopp disagreed to the point of abandoning the crew and challenging Luffy one-on-one for ownership of the Merry. Luffy chose to go through with it, and when Nami asked why he isn't trying to stop it, Luffy pointed out that he knew Usopp was dead serious about it and wouldn't be convinced any other way. Despite her misgivings, she didn't argue with him anymore.
While Zoro's not stupid per se, he does often come off as not much smarter than Luffy because he makes reckless decisions on a whim. However, he was the one crewmate who opposed Usopp's rejoining into the crew, on the grounds that he disrespected Luffy. Though he constantly belittles Luffy, he notes that if a crew can't respect its captain (or if the captain doesn't deserve their respect), they're not fit to be a crew. Even Sanji, who normally mocks or disagrees with what Zoro says, agreed with him. To Luffy's credit (a guy who normally does his own thing on a whim), he got the point and agreed, too. And it worked. Realizing he really did run the risk of being abandoned, Usopp finally came clean and apologized.
Sanji has a reaction to this effect when Zoro comes up with a two-layered identifying system to help them tell whether someone is Mr. 2 in disguise. Specifically, the members of the crew wear a bandage around their arms, a conspicuous identifying mark that hides the actual mark- an X painted onto their skin. Since Mr. 2 can't see the X, he won't be able to mimic it, something that helps save Vivi from falling prey to Mr. 2 when he disguises himself as Usopp.
While infiltrating Big Mom's home island, Nami freaks out when a giant crocodile in human clothes speaks to them and walks away. Luffy points out they have seen weird things like that before, pointing to their present company Chopper, a half-human reindeer, and Carrot, a literal bunny-girl.
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 One Piece (Manga)
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On NewsRadio, Dave informs the staff that there will be massive budget cuts, and then Bill McNeal stands up and says that they should all tighten their belts and support the decision. Dave (who's more used to Bill raising a commotion) says, "Well thank you Bill, for that... uncharacteristically well-reasoned outburst." Of course, Dave was right to be instantly suspicious of a reasonable Bill McNeal... The reason the station is overbudget is because Bill has just received a massive pay increase.
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Generation Kill: Pearson's stimulant- and sleep-deprivation-fueled rants seem to be just that at first, but if you pay more attention to what he says than how he says it, his ranting is surprisingly insightful.
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Nebula: Earth comments that Mars' concerns about Sun sound a lot like something Jupiter would say; Mars responds by admitting that while Jupiter is really, really dumb, he can still occasionally end up being right. Even if it's mostly by accident.
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Sin Cara Azul defeats and unmasks Sin Cara Negro in a match. Michael Cole actually has a point that Booker T was overreacting:
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In MMBN 7 The World Tournament, Cloud Cuckoolander Anetta is the only one to come up with the idea to track Regurk using the spy program in Dark Scythe's PET. Not even Baryl thought about doing that. Lampshaded of course.
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Futurama: In the episode "Parasites Lost", Zoidberg of all characters gets one of these moments when he suggests escaping the nasal capillary into the sinus. Turns out, he was just remembering an old commercial he had seen.
This is eventually resolved in a much later season. It turns out that Zoidberg is an absolutely brilliant biologist and doctor... when it comes to aliens. It's only his knowledge of humans that's absolutely horrid. But he considers Professor Farnsworth his closest friend, so he works for him even though he could make millions elsewhere.
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Hannah Montana:
When Oliver claims to have an idea, even when he promises that it's a good one, everyone with half a braincell runs for the hills. Once he asked quite reasonably why he and Lilly were hiding behind a cardboard cutout when it was only Jackson and Miley that couldn't afford to be spotted by their dad, prompting Lilly to remark "Oh, Oliver, you sweet naive boy... with a very good point" before taking off.
Another episode had a ditzy television host sum up the Aesop in a thoughtful and beautiful way... causing Hannah, her father, his co-host, and the entire audience to look at him shocked.
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The comparable-intelligence, ideologically-opposed version happens in the early The West Wing episode "Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics". The President has a sit-down with a key Republican named Lobel where the two (quite cheerfully) express their general loathing for one another's politics and list their many disagreements, but they make it clear that there is one issue they agree on - campaign finance reform. The president asks Lobel if he'll support Bartlett's other candidates. Asked what Lobel gets in return, Bartlett replies "a grateful President"; Lobel promptly accepts.
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In Ultimate X-Men, during the "Return to Weapon-X" arc, Sabretooth is fighting Wolverine, when it occurs to Sabretooth that nobody has ever thought of drowning Wolvie, and that a Healing Factor would be pretty useless against such a predicament.
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In Code Geass, during the infamous episode in which Schniezel convinces most of the surviving Black Knights to betray their leader, Zero, it falls to Tamaki to say "Why the hell should we listen to the freaking commander of the enemy forces?! Even if what he says is true and Zero's a Britannian prince, he's gotten us this far and is a hell of a lot more trustworthy than the Emperor's favorite son!". His points are briefly considered, but end up being thrown out the window when Ohgi comes in and confirms that Zero/Lelouch has a Mind Control power and might have been brainwashing them this whole time (he wasn't).
The Compilation Movie does add Ohgi himself wanting some answers from Lelouch first, and calls out Schneizel's men for preparing to shoot him before they can hear him out.
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Darths & Droids:
One character says "Jar Jar, you're a genius." They even point out how rarely those words are used together.
Jim (who plays Qui-Gon Jinn, Padme, and han Solo, among others) is a textbook loon who routinely has to be reined in by the others... so finding out that he can think logically, can be sensible, and is working on a PhD in geophysics, comes as a bit of shock to the other players. As Pete points out, "Roleplaying is his downtime. He likes to turn his brain off."
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The Fairly OddParents, Cosmo isn't the smartest person in the book, but he can state out a point of his:
For example:
In "Power Mad!", Timmy gets trapped in his (wish enhanced) videogame thanks to his friends Chester and A.J. trying it out, but Vicky gets (unknowingly) close to trapping him there by causing a power outage in the house. Cosmo proceeds to unplug the TV (and the 12 other appliances Vicky is using at the moment) and tells Wanda "I have an idea". Cosmo and Wanda then act out shows as Vicky channel surfs.
Later in the same episode, Cosmo keeps the TV running by, well, running on a hamster wheel.
In "Kung Timmy", while Timmy's Dad is usually pretty much an oblivious fool and somehow at the same time a borderline Abusive Dad he WAS right stating he couldn't beat up Francis for Timmy since he's only a 12 year old child (albeit a really scary looking 12 year old but a kid nonetheless).
In "School of Crock", Cosmo again makes a good point when he finds out that Timmy's been sleeping in class:
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Ricky of Trailer Park Boys is not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but there are rare moments where he displays some form of logic that no known can refute. A famous example of this lies in the Season 7 finale "A Shit River Runs Through It" where he and Juilian and Bubbles get stuck in a river and are cornered by two parties: a collaboration of the FBI, DEA and ATF on the US side, and forest rangers and Jim Lahey on the Canadian side. Ricky tells both groups that unless the boys choose a side, neither party has the right to arrest them.
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Raven does this to Beast Boy in Teen Titans at least once. Notably, Beast Boy calls out Robin for acting like Slade in his search for him, as well as showing insight into Terra's character when the Titans were ready to consider her just another villain. In the second to last episode, he also quickly took charge of the remaining heroes, citing that he's had the most experience fighting them.
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In Hatoful Boyfriend's "Bad Boys Love" route, Sakuya (the racist pigeon) learns that he's a mixed-breed instead of a pure fantail. When his frustration over this drives him to yell at Oko San (who is borderline non-sapient), the latter's reply is this:
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On Father Ted, when Ted is Mistaken for Racist, Father Dougal surprises everyone, including himself, by coming up with the solution to the problem. (Hold a festival of diversity). This is particularly distressing for Dougal, who insists that there must be some Fatal Flaw neither of them have realised yet.
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Lampshaded on the one occasion when the office dumbass Clark has an actual good idea on the short-lived All in the Family spinoff Gloria.
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Kaamelott:
The Round Table order of the day is a prayer in memory of Alexander the Great. Perceval says he doesn't get the point, as he barely knows the guy. Léodagan underlines that, for once, he agrees. Bear in mind that Perceval has difficulty with, among others, left and right, the cardinal directions, and remembering his own name.
Also, Merlin, while being a gigantic Cloudcuckoolander, can be this at times:
While eating with his parents and Arthur is off at the wifeswap ceremony, Yvain wonders what will become of his parents once they're no longer the king's in-laws. Léodagan and Séli both get Oh, Crap! expressions and haul ass for the ceremony.
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Downplayed and deliberately invoked in When the Wind Blows. Jim and Hilda aren't "dumb" in the usual sense but they are very naive, which isn't helped by the former's respect and obedience to authority, so he decides to follow the advice to the letter. Hilda notices holes in the advice (i.e "How are you supposed to close the doors to prevent fire spreading if you've used them to build your Inner Core Or Refuge?") and points them out but they both brush them off.
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Mr. Tweedy in Chicken Run is convinced beyond reason that the chickens are plotting a master escape plan. Of course, he's right.
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Animal House:
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Invader Zim:
The scatterbrained and totally crazy robot Gir is prone to occasional observations of this nature. For example, in "Walk for Your Lives!" Zim's plan to deal with an explosion that's trapped in a field that slows down time (resulting in what appears to be a slowly-expanding energy ball) is to return its speed to normal.
Dib's insistence on fighting to prevent Zim from conquering the world can also be considered this. Yes, Dib's sister Gaz is totally correct in saying that Zim is too stupid to conquer the planet. But the fact of the matter is that while Zim may be too crazy and stupid to conquer Earth on purpose, he's still plenty crazy-stupid to destroy it by accident while trying. So, yes, Dib really is saving the Earth by his constant foilings of Zim's plots. Just not how either of them actually thinks it's happening.
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In the first book, when Zaphod, Trillian and Ford panic as they fall towards Magrethea with two nuclear missiles coming for them and no propulsion, Arthur's suggestion to use the Infinite Improbability Drive is dismissed as a risk because "without proper programming, anything could happen!" Arthur points out that they're definitely going to die otherwise. He turns it on, turning the missiles into a sperm whale and a bowl of petunias. Zaphod praises him for his thinking, but takes it back after he says "It was nothing really."
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In the Love Hina story Girls in the Mist, when Motoko notes how often Keitaro has an accident, Keitaro responds that despite the frequency of said accidents, none of the girls ever move out of the way. Motoko admits he does have a point.
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In Dogma, the characters are considering how to keep two fallen angels from entering a church and undoing reality. When Jay says that they should "just ask [Cardinal Glick] to close the church," Metatron exclaims, stunned, "My God! The little stoner's got a point!" Subverted in that it doesn't work at all, although Jay later provides another character with a Eureka Moment, saving the day.
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Colonel Volgin in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater is a sadistic brutish oaf with electric powers who acts out of rashness and sadism most of the time... Who nearly fumbles the whole mission by pointing out how suspicious it is that Naked Snake, who cut through all of his defenses, carries a transmitter giving away his position to The Boss, Volgin's right-hand woman and former mentor of Snake. The Boss' explanation about how she put it there so her men could track him down falls flat, as Volgin points out that he defeated them as well. He both correctly and incorrectly deduces that The Boss is a spy among his ranks.
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In Tales of the Questor, Squidge isn't the brightest bulb in the box, but his suggestion that Quentyn check the exact wording of a covenant clause and the laws pertaining to it is very good advice indeed.
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy:
In the first book, when Zaphod, Trillian and Ford panic as they fall towards Magrethea with two nuclear missiles coming for them and no propulsion, Arthur's suggestion to use the Infinite Improbability Drive is dismissed as a risk because "without proper programming, anything could happen!" Arthur points out that they're definitely going to die otherwise. He turns it on, turning the missiles into a sperm whale and a bowl of petunias. Zaphod praises him for his thinking, but takes it back after he says "It was nothing really."
In The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, when the group are trying to understand how they ended up at the Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Arthur suddenly has a flash of insight about time travel, saying that they've travelled in time but not in space. Zaphod mocks him but the waiter interrupts: "Your monkey has got it right, sir"; Zaphod had previously told the ship to take them to the nearest place to eat, and, give or take several million years, they never actually moved spatially as the Restaurant was constructed on the remains of the world they'd been on at the time.
Appears again in the radio series when the group steal a ship from the Restaurant At the End of the Universe car park. Arthur deduces that the ship must have been programmed to return to the time it left, and he's right.
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Fire Force: While investigating Company 1's headquarters for information about man-made Infernals, Arthur breaks into a room using a miniature version of Excalibur. Shinra rebukes him for using such underhanded methods, but Arthur shuts him down by mentioning that if solving the mystery behind Spontaneous Human Combustion could be accomplished while taking the moral high ground, it would have been done ages ago.
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SpongeBob SquarePants: Patrick seems to have quite a few of these moments throughout the series.
One such instance has him beating out Sandy in coming up with a plan. The reaction to this was fairly obvious.
In earlier episodes, Patrick tended to be the one to suggest that Squidward didn't like him and SpongeBob. SpongeBob, naturally, found such a notion unthinkable.
One episode features SpongeBob and Patrick getting paint on Mr. Krabs' first dollar, his most prized possession. They spend the rest of the episode trying to fix it before Mr. Krabs comes home, only for Patrick to point out how ridiculous the whole situation is. (Hammering the point home, he then decides to use the last dollar in his wallet to buy a chocolate bar.)
In another episode, Patrick states that dumb people are totally unaware of how dumb they really are. Coming from a dim-witted starfish, this is actually true.
In "Procrastination" SpongeBob decides to call Patrick in the middle of the night to avoid writing his essay, Patrick replies with this:
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In Transformers Animated, Prowl assumes Sentinel is getting help from Lockdown in capturing Megatron's lieutenants, and uses the fact that they are stripped of their equipment as evidence when confronting him. Sentinel shows him Lugnut's mods and points out he'd have to be really stupid not to disarm dangerous prisoners. Prowl is proven to be correct later on, and Lugnut's mods were used to try and "throw him off the scent" — but Sentinel has a point. Incidentally, Starscream had escaped Sentinel's custody once before precisely because he didn't disarm him, so Prowl's assertion is based on past experience.
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Ashley in El Goonish Shive isn't dumb. However, when theorizing why Andrea the griffin can't get to the specific place to cross back over to her side of the universe, after a bunch of intelligent guesses by others, Ashley says "Maybe she has a bad sense of direction?" She immediately regrets it and dismisses it, but Tara then pipes up with "That... sounds exactly like Andrea." to the shock of everyone else involved.
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Pokémon deals with this in the form of Team Rocket in "A Lean Mean Team Rocket Machine". Jessie decides that Team Rocket should get back in shape. Her teammates, James and Meowth, remarked in unison, "Weird when she makes sense." As a side note, though, Jessie isn't stupid, and James is usually the team member who comes off as slightly less intelligent than his friends.
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When Scout is reading lines of "Ghost D.A." in the Team Fortress 2 comic "Unhappy Returns", Spy tells him to just take the public defender. Scout responds that the last two times they did that, they were assigned Soldier and a lamp. Fortunately, they manage to get a surprisingly competent lawyer during the trial. Too bad Soldier snaps his neck.
In "Death of a Salesbot", even Gray Mann's robots think that running on piles of money is a questionable idea.
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Tales from Jabba's Palace: The Return of the Jedi novelization namedropped a 'birdlizard' named Ishi Tib. Ishi Tib wasn't mentioned in Tales from Jabba's Palace. Later, Ishi Tib was made into a species, with this being just one individual member.
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In Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Akane Owari is often considered one of the dumbest characters in the game. During the first class trial to figure out who killed Byakuya she gets frustrated trying to figure out how the killer was able to get around in the dark so she just blurts out, "What if the killer used a light?!" Even she's pleasantly surprised when Hajime confirms a suspicion she just made up on the spot. The killer had access to their own light source which they used to move around outside the dining hall. This tends to be a recurring trend in Non-Stop Debates in which you must agree with one of several theories presented, as often, the person in question randomly threw that theory out there.
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Blackadder:
In Blackadder the Third, Prince George is faced with the prospect of a Duel to the Death against the Duke of Wellington (George offended the Duke by sleeping with his nieces), when Baldrick suggests that he trade places with someone. George observes that "my portrait hangs on every wall!" so Wellington would see right through it, and Baldrick responds with this:
In Blackadder Goes Forth, Baldrick is thoroughly frustrated with the First World War and all the senseless death and asks why everybody can't stop the fighting, stop the killing and go home. His superior officer George doesn't like it and declares such talk bolshevism. Baldrick asks him why it's a bad idea to stop the pointless fighting. George couldn't bring up a single argument and just ordered Baldrick to go polish their boots in the end.
Another moment in series 4 has Blackadder forced to paint a picture of the German trenches in the middle of No Man's Land. George absentmindedly mentions imagining things, which gives Blackadder the idea to just make up the painting. Blackadder chastises himself for being so stupid, prompting George and Baldrick proving just how stupid they are by standing up and shouting about how stupid they are. While still in No Man's Land.
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Doctor Who: In "Aliens of London", although the Doctor is not impressed with Mickey at all, he admits that Mickey has a good point when he points out how strange it is for the aliens to invade by putting the entire planet on red alert.
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Asterix: Obelix is ordinarily the Dumb Muscle of the group, but he does occasionally have ideas that save the day. For example, in Asterix and the Normans, he is able to track down the Giftedly Bad bard Cacofonix when he figures out that, since he took a horse, he has gone on a long journey, meaning he's acted on a suggestion to go to Lutetia to try his hand at professional singing. The Druid Getafix, surprised at the dumb but lovable hero's insight, states, "That boy does have his moments!"
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In the 2006 revival of Biker Mice from Mars, the episode "Driver's Ed" has Vinnie, Throttle, and Modo forced to drive a minivan after their motorcycles are taken away and they are shown to have no experience in driving anything besides their bikes. After they capture the Catatonian general Hannibal T. Hairball, the Biker Mice are rather surprised when the villain so incompetent that his older brother Cataclysm does all the work reveals knowledge on what the "clutch" is.
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On Jimmy Two-Shoes, Beezy comes up with a plan to catch Lucius' Toothy Bird. Heloise begrudgingly admits it's a good plan.
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The Spoony Experiment: During Spoony's review of Highlander II: The Quickening, he gets angry when General Katana hits one of his Mooks simply for pointing out why his evil plan is flawed...
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Vicar Allayn Maigwair is repeatedly remarked as the least intelligent among the Safehold antagonists known as the Group of Four. His actions, such as wasting time and resources building ships that had been outclassed by the protagonists, confirm this. Yet, it is his idea to engage in subterfuge intended to make the Empire of Charis think they were sending their newly built fleet to one location when they had a separate target. Even with their near omnipotent spying capabilities, this trick catches the Charisian leadership entirely flat-footed.
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Pearls Before Swine:
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In The Bird Feeder #140, "Predictions", Terry, normally seen as dumb, correctly predicts rain against all odds (though he had been predicting rain every day for the past week).
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Dumbing of Age:
For a moronic man-whore, Joe has surprisingly frequent moments of making sense. Case in point:
He also at one point questions what's so inherently sexist about a work of fiction failing The Bechdel Test, because he's pretty sure his life would fail the reverse test — when he gets together with his guy friends, they pretty much never talk about anything but girls. His Women's Studies teacher admits that that's a fair point.
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While not a complete dumbass, Maxwell Smart isn't the brightest of bulbs. However, there is an exchange in the 2008 film adaptation of Get Smart that plays with this in a scene where Smart is trying to infiltrate the KAOS command and encounters Siegfried and Shtarker... although to be fair, in this case it's less "The Dumbass Has a Point" than "The Dumbass Makes Sense to Other Dumbasses".
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In Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, this overlaps with a Eureka Moment: Shadow calls Chance a genius for giving him an idea. Chance's rebuttal is: "No, I'm not! What's a genius?"
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Ed from Ed, Edd n Eddy has a few moments like this.
In "O-Ed Eleven", he manages to puzzle out a map belonging to Eddy's mysterious older brother. Of course, he's still Ed, so he tries to explain it thusly:
Here's one from "Eds-aggerate", the episode with the "mucky boys":
In one episode, Eddy has scammer's block. Ed suggests simply buying an idea.
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The Golden Girls used to play this for laughs a lot with Rose, since she was the one who seemed dumb all the time. Also played straight in the episode with Dorothy's gambling problem. Dorothy gets so bad that she lies to Rose about needing money and Rose gives Dorothy her bank card. Dorothy asks Rose if she realizes that she's stealing her own money, and Rose says "I know."
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In Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge , Johnny Cage takes a long time to realize that the situation is very real and not a movie, but when he, Liu Kang, and Sonya encounter Scorpion he points out to all of them that technically nobody among them declared Mortal Kombat, meaning there is no reason for any of them to kill each other.
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Codename: Kids Next Door has an episode where the team is forced to put the treehouse on lockdown, but Count Spankulot managed to sneak inside before it was locked up. Numbuh Four asks whether there's a way to bypass the lockdown in case of an emergency like this and Numbuh Two tells him that Numbuh Five knows a computer code that can unlock the treehouse. However, Numbuh Two tells him that she can't use it because "the code's so important that no one is allowed to use it". Numbuh Four rightfully tells him that's the stupidest thing he's ever heard.
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From issue #32 of Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog:
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In Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race after listening to Kelly's ramblings about Taylor's behavior for an entire trip, which is still not finished, Dwayne gave his viewpoint as a fellow parent and someone who is outside her social circle that Taylor was born spoiled.
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South Park: In "Chef Goes Nanners", Chef is outraged when the KKK arrives in town to support the town flag (which consists of a black man being hanged by a white crowd) and demands that Officer Barbrady do something about it. Barbrady tells Chef that he can't. While he doesn't like the Klan chanting "White Power" in the town square, they have the right to free speech and he can't arrest them for talking.
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The Legend of Korra: In episode "Operation Beifong", the usually flimsy and vain Prince Wu suggests that the people in Republic City must be evacuated so Kuvira can't harm them. Korra, Mako, and everyone else is surprised that he'd have such a reasonable suggestion; frustratingly for Mako, Wu admits he only suggested it to impress Korra. In contrast, he also suggests sending an army of trained badger moles to attack Kuvira, which gets him nothing but disdained looks; he ends up vindicated on this point later, however, when two random badgermoles Wu grabbed from the zoo prove to be so effective that one wonders what they could have done if they actually had an army of trained badgermoles available.
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Manly Guys Doing Manly Things: Jared, one of the interns working in Commander Badass' temp agency is a Manchild and a failure of a Pokémon trainer (he leveled up his Magikarp to a Gyarados by using it as a club to beat the shit out of opponents). He's also, compared to the rest of the Pokémon league, the Only Sane Man.
Commander Badass admits that a Room Filled with Bubbles does sound pretty fun.
Jared (to Lysandre when he compliments Jared on making "groundbreaking discoveries" about Pokemon affection and companionship): "Wait, you mean you just figured out that animals like it when you pet them and give them treats? Who gave you your science license?"
Jared may not be the best Pokémon trainer, but when he meets Lysandre, Mr. Fish is MUCH larger than Lysandre's Gyarados, to the point Mr. Fish could swallow Lysandre's Gyarados WHOLE. Because Jared feeds him a somewhat more balanced diet (pretty much everything Jared deems to be food, or more likely anything Mr. Fish eats anyway). Lysandre feeds his Pokepuffs, which are basically desserts.note Coelasquid mentions this is because she drew Lysandre's Gyarados at the size stated in the pokedex, while she drew Mr. Fish at the size shown in the anime, which is much larger.
He's also the only one to notice how Lysandre's talk of "cleansing the world of this filth" sounds just a tad villainous.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
During the second season finale the Scoobies discover a way to return Angel's soul, thus stopping Angelus. Xander's reaction is "I don't care, Angel needs to die," pointing out that Buffy is "ignoring Miss Calendar's murder just so you can get your boyfriend back". While the actual ethics of whether or not Angel can be held liable for Angelus' actions can be debated back and forth (and the show itself seems to take the position that he can't be) Xander is still correct in pointing out that Buffy visibly doesn't care about what Angelus has done, which is a tad self-centered of her.
Xander is also the only person in the room making the valid point that Willow is an inexperienced spellcaster attempting a magical ritual requiring power well beyond anything she's ever shown before and that she's going to try and do it while in the hospital with a concussion — i.e., she has no realistic chance to successfully cast the ensouling spell and every chance of killing herself trying. Of course Willow does manage to pull it off in the end, but that's because she had the writer on her side.
In the penultimate episode of season 4, Xander makes a suggestion half-jokingly and catches Giles' look to which Xander says "Yeah, don't tell me. I'm just full of helpful suggestions." Giles says "As a matter of fact, you are."
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One episode of Big Wolf on Campus has Tommy and Merton trying to figure out what an evil cyborg school counselor (It Makes Sense in Context) is going to do next. Merton makes a sarcastic remark on how they don't know what his plans are, only for Tommy to suggest looking in the file marked "day planner".
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In The Three Stooges short subjects, Moe would often comment "You're pretty smart for a guy with no brains" or "You're pretty smart for an imbecile" whenever Larry or Curly (later Shemp) have a good idea.
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Ace Attorney:
Detective Dick Gumshoe has his fair share of these, such as when he suggests that the true killer's motive in the murder of Russell Berry could be the fact that they HAD NO motive in the first place. Phoenix immediately shakes this off as Gumshoe being stupid again, and the player probably would on a first run through as well. Turns out he IS right, because Russell Berry was not the intended victim and thus there was no motive for killing him.
During the thrill-heavy fourth case of the first game, Gumshoe looks at a photograph that has been a vital point for the prosecution's case and is the first to even casually guess that that the shooter in the image isn't Edgeworth but that Edgeworth is the one being shot at. It's dismissed, but he's absolutely right.
In the second game, local Country Mouse Lotta Hart suggests that the culprit of the case you're working on is in fact the perpetually spacey Ini Miney. She's right, although for a surprisingly logical reason for this trope- she says if Maya is innocent, Ini is the only other suspect without an alibi. In the same case, she is the only one to point out that Franziska Von Karma is committing assault by whipping others.
Invoked in Dual Destinies, when Phoenix agreees with the rather full of himself space center director, Yuri Cosmos, on his views of misunderstood geniuses.
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In Heaven's Lost Property, Astraea is one of the dumbest characters ever, but she has some amazing insight at times. For example, when she, Ikaros, and Nymph are getting their asses handed to them by Zeta/Hiyori, Astraea is the first to suggest attacking the machinery around Zeta instead of trying to take her on directly. It doesn't take Zeta out, but it does help.
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Goblins: The goblins need to pray to their god for assistance but he will only answer a chief and their current chief is dead. On top of that they need a Teller to choose a chief and the Teller is dead. When Complains and the others overthink it, Vorpal suggests just doing the Teller ceremony to select a Teller who can then name one of them chief; the rest of the goblins are stunned at the perfect solution.
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Firefly:
In the episode "Out of Gas", Jayne, tells Wash and Mal to stop fighting because they're using up more air than if they were calm.
Already in the first episode Jayne proved himself. The crew are arguing about what to do with an unsellable crate of illegally salvaged goods, and Jayne forcefully insists that they have to find a new buyer, since he was promised a cut of the profits.
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Goku in Dragon Ball Z might not be the smartest but he made an accurate point when he was trying to convince the stubborn Vegeta to do the Fusion Dance when they'd encountered a very powerful enemy who is soundly trouncing them.
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Groo the Wanderer: To say that Groo is an idiot is an understatement, but even he had this moment in one issue. Several of the characters start being gurus in order to con people out of their money. Groo spent the entire issue trying to be one as well, but after failing he gets frustrated and angrily point out that gurus can get everyone to believe their words by simply telling them what they want to hear. This causes everyone to realize they've been scammed, and they proceed to chase the other gurus out of the village.
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In Street Fighter, Dan Hibiki, the original Joke Character, notably once commented to E. Honda that he's unintentionally undermining his entire reason for fighting. An explanation E. Honda is a Japanese sumo wrestler who has set out into the world to fight against other martial artists and garner greater respect for sumo outside of Japan. However to do this he had to invent totally unique moves to use against the other fighters, and many of his techniques and self-imposed "rules" (such as jumping, headbutting, and his willingness to fight outside the traditional sumo ring) would be outright illegal in any formal sumo match. How can he possibly champion sumo wrestling as a legitimate martial art when in order to win street fights he has to devise and improvise his style to such an extent that no traditionalist sumo wrestler would ever recognise it? In other words, his attempts to prove that sumo wrestling is a fighting style have only succeeded in proving that it really isn't. Honda seems to be oblivious to this concept so it escapes being Hypocrisy and feels more like Dramatically Missing the Point. The only other character to do this is Rufus.
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In Long Live the Queen, if Elodie is not educated enough about medicine to recognize its benefits, she'll turn down the chance to fund a hospital on the grounds that gathering the sick people in one place would make them die faster, showing an awareness of Hospital-Acquired Infections.
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Breaking Bad: Walter White and company need to destroy some evidence on a laptop sitting in police evidence. Mike and Walter debate whether to skip town or try to blow up the evidence locker. As they argue, the show's resident Butt-Monkey Jessie Pinkman continuously points out that they could simply wipe the laptop's hard drive with a magnet. After a while, Walt finally listens and they all decide to go with Jessie's plan.
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In the Brightburn fic A Monster's Nature, this trope isn't explicitly invoked, but considering Brandon's low opinion of any human that isn't Caitlyn, this arguably applies to him letting Caitlyn's friend Michelle ask his cultists questions as she makes valid points.
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Eyeshield 21, since most of the team are idiots (especially Taki). From rival team, Ootawara of Ojou White Knights is made for this trope.
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The second version (two characters who constantly disagree with each other, but are otherwise intelligent) happens in the denouement of 1632. The most outspoken conservative and most outspoken liberal on the town's leadership committee reflect on the alliance being forged by the town's president and King Gustavus Adolphus and find themselves in rare agreement that neither of them likes the deal being made, but if it must happen, they're glad to know who is doing it.
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Hud has his moment in Cloverfield. He suggests getting into a near collapsed building by going up the adjacent building that it's leaning against, and walking across the roof.
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Happens occasionally on Friends, usually with respect to Joey. For example, when discussing Rachel's inappropriate crush on her assistant:
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Sgt. Frog: Natsumi agrees with Sarge on his directive that they should give the house a nice deep clean for New Year's. "And when I say I hate to say it, I mean it actually causes me intense physical pain."
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In Code Lyoko, Odd is usually regarded as not being very bright. However, in one episode in the last season, where a mission to destroy one of XANA's Replikas take him and Yumi's virtual forms to the International Space Station, he actually has two good ideas in the same episode. First, when Jérémie warned them that they have to make the computer's destruction look like an accident (because the Station is too well-known and suspected sabotage would be a headache they do not need), Odd suggests breaking a pipe to cause water damage. His second good idea comes when XANA attacks them using flying, spiked orbs that he is using the Station's equipment to build; he gets rid of them by opening a hatch door, causing the orbs to be blown out of the station.
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Appears again in the radio series when the group steal a ship from the Restaurant At the End of the Universe car park. Arthur deduces that the ship must have been programmed to return to the time it left, and he's right.
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Gravity Falls: At the end of the second episode of the Weirdmageddon series finale, Xyler and Craz, two stereotypical dumb teenagers from Mabel's favorite movie, emerge from Mabel's prison bubble and sit down on a bench as they watch the apocalypse unfold around them, and they suddenly engage in an uncharacteristically-profound philosophical discussion.
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