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Similarly, a flamboyant or effeminate sidekick may make an otherwise unimposing hero look more masculine.And a strong, silent and modest hero may have his fighting qualities revealed to the other characters and the audience by a talkative sidekick.This type of sidekick is rarely encountered in fiction, because the hero runs the risk of being upstaged by them.However, examples of successful such pairings include Inspector Morse and his sidekick Detective Sergeant Robbie Lewis, Nero Wolfe and his sidekick Archie Goodwin, Hiro Nakamura and his sidekick Ando Masahashi, and Miles Vorkosigan and his sidekick cousin Ivan Vorpatril.(See the discussion of comic books' teenage sidekicks below.) While unusual, it is not unheard of for a sidekick to be more attractive, charismatic, or physically capable than the supposed hero.This is most typically encountered when the hero's appeal is more intellectual rather than sexual.Thus by analogy, a "side-kick" was a person's closest companion.
Watson convinces the reader that Holmes is a good person.Sidekicks frequently serve as an emotional connection, especially when the hero is depicted as detached and distant, traits which might make it difficult to like the hero.The sidekick is often the confidant who knows the main character better than anyone else, and gives a convincing reason to like the hero.In other media, The Green Hornets sidekick, Kato, has (especially since the 1960s television series with Bruce Lee) been depicted as a capable man of action, for instance in martial arts.
The earliest Doctor Who serials, particularly during the First Doctor era, had young male companions who were capable of the physical action that the elderly William Hartnell was not.
Other early examples are Achilles and Patroclus in the Iliad, and Moses and Aaron in the Old Testament.