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Smart TV characters whose brains we wish we had for finals


 
Finals are almost here and the stressing has started. But just think for a second. Just imagine that you were able to switch brains with anyone in the world. Not just any world, but the TV world! How awesome would that be?! Check out our choices of past TV brains we’d love to get a hold of just to take those dreaded exams.

 

Cody Martin from The Suite Life of Zack & Cody

This twin definitely got all the brains. He may be a bit goofy, OK a lot goofy, but he knows all the answers to the questions in school. We wouldn’t mind taking his brain for a spin come finals week.

 

TJ Henderson from Smart Guy

When a 10-year-old skips six grades and jumps into high school, you start to question his intelligence. And by question it, we mean wonder if he is more like Einstein or like Einstein. We’re gonna have to go with Einstein on that one! He may have some trouble with the older kids at school, but we’d be nice to him if he let us borrow his smart for a sec.

 

Steve Urkel from Family Matters

He is the classic nerdy character, complete with glasses and suspenders. But what also completes his nerdiness is the fact that he is super smart. So, give us your glasses and suspenders, as long as it comes with your super-charged brain!

 

Dr. Gregory House from House

This man is one of the most hated and loved in his world. He is rude and mean, but he saves lives. He is a problem solver. He is what some (or all!) would call a genius. Hopefully this doctor makes school visits because we need his brain. Stat!

 

Douglas “Doogie” Howser from Doogie Howser, M.D.

Eh, there’s nothing too strange about this 16-year-old boy. You know, except for the fact that he’s a doctor and all. Forget finals, this teen is dealing with the real world already! We know he’s super busy with his life-and-death sitches, but maybe he could let us borrow his brain for just a teeny bit?

 

Jimmy Neutron from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

We don’t care if he is a cartoon character. This boy is smart. If we had to turn into cartoon characters in order to pass our finals, then we would! Jimmy Neutron messes up quite often, but he tries things that most people would never be able to. His brain is huge, just look at his head!

 

Which TV character’s brain would you love to snag for your finals? Blog about it, babes.
 
 

BY RACHAEL ELLENBOGEN ON 5/18/2012 12:00:00 AM

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