History HoYay / LiveActionTV

31st Jan '17 6:22:30 AM LondonKdS
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** Londo and G'Kar, even when they were supposedly deadly enemies. As early as the first season, Sinclair jokes about them arguing like a married couple. It became a running joke in fandom how often they seemed to get into situations stereotypically used in slash fic to induce sex or a declaration of love (trapped in a lift together, temporary telepathy, "I must give you no privacy whatsoever to protect you" bodyguarding... Things got so bad that when J Michael Straczynski gave the actors a joke script in which G'Kar spontaneously changed sex and immediately decided to bluntly proposition Londo, they weren't certain that it wasn't serious.

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** Londo and G'Kar, even when they were supposedly deadly enemies. As early as the first season, Sinclair jokes about them arguing like a married couple. It became a running joke in fandom how often they seemed to get into situations stereotypically used in slash fic to induce sex or a declaration of love (trapped in a lift together, temporary telepathy, "I must give you no privacy whatsoever to protect you" bodyguarding...). Things got so bad that when J Michael Straczynski gave the actors a joke script in which G'Kar spontaneously changed sex and immediately decided to bluntly proposition Londo, they weren't certain that it wasn't serious.
31st Jan '17 6:21:51 AM LondonKdS
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* ''Series/BabylonFive'':
** Londo and G'Kar, even when they were supposedly deadly enemies. As early as the first season, Sinclair jokes about them arguing like a married couple. It became a running joke in fandom how often they seemed to get into situations stereotypically used in slash fic to induce sex or a declaration of love (trapped in a lift together, temporary telepathy, "I must give you no privacy whatsoever to protect you" bodyguarding... Things got so bad that when J Michael Straczynski gave the actors a joke script in which G'Kar spontaneously changed sex and immediately decided to bluntly proposition Londo, they weren't certain that it wasn't serious.
** There's a DVD commentary in which Garibaldi's actor jokingly refers to the scene in which he confronts Franklin over Franklin's drug abuse as seeming as if Garibaldi might be about to make a love confession.
** Susan/Talia is not mentioned here because it's unambiguous, but many fans saw a lot of sexual tension between Lochley and the ghost of her old drug buddy in "Day of the Dead". Creator/NeilGaiman subsequently [[WordOfGay confirmed]] that it was intentionally written that way.
** Some fans think that the implied depth of the relationship between Delenn and Susan after John's death might imply a sexual one, especially the description of Susan's tomb as created by Delenn in "Death, Time and the Incurable Romantic".
31st Jan '17 6:11:56 AM LondonKdS
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** Chiana, thanks to some ImportedAlienPhlebotinum, went on a lust bender which had her about to [[MomentKiller jump the alien-of-the-week]], and put the moves on Aeryn. Hell, Chiana hits on just about everyone at some point or another.

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** Chiana, thanks to some ImportedAlienPhlebotinum, went on a lust bender which had her about to [[MomentKiller jump the alien-of-the-week]], and put the moves on Aeryn. Hell, Chiana hits on just about everyone at some point or another. Her most notable moments are in "Twice Shy", where a shapeshifting EmotionEater consumes her libido while disguised as a humanoid woman; and in "Bringing Home the Beacon" when she first seems '''very''' enthusiastic about pretending to be a lesbian couple with Noranti, and then gets mildly tortured by a dominatrix masseuse and seems to suffer no trauma whatsoever.



** Saffron tries to kiss Inara in "Our Mrs. Reynolds" (yes, it was [[ManipulativeBastard intended as a ploy]], but [=YoSaffBridge=] makes it clear the manipulations are their own reward). Made more interesting when considering Inara is revealed as [[BiTheWay openly bisexual]] in "War Stories".

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** Saffron tries to kiss Inara in "Our Mrs. Reynolds" (yes, it was [[ManipulativeBastard intended as a ploy]], but [=YoSaffBridge=] makes it clear the manipulations are their own reward). Made more interesting when considering Inara is revealed as [[BiTheWay openly bisexual]] servicing female as well as male clients in "War Stories".
24th Jan '17 9:19:59 PM PhantomRider
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*''Series/TheGoodPlace:'' Eleanor's snarking about too-perfect Tahani can get into annoyedly mentioning how pretty she is, which coupled with Tahani's touchy-feeliness makes for prime Ho Yay material. The first season finale takes it from subtext to the very borderline between subtext and text when she describes her as a "hot, rich fraud with legs for ''days''..." and then interrupts herself with "Side note: I might legit be into Tahani." Tahani and Chidi look at each other in surprise and/or confusion.
7th Jan '17 11:05:46 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/LazyTown'':
** There is so much Sportacus/Robbie slash out there that it seems to outnumber any other kind. And it doesn't come from nowhere either: one episode had Robbie falling asleep and happily murmur "Hello, Sportacus." There's also the ridiculous amount of times Robbie touches Sportacus or jumps into his arms. They have the latter down to a fine art. Sportacus [[SaveTheVillain rescues Robbie]] almost as much as he rescues the kids.

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* ''Series/LazyTown'':
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''Series/LazyTown'': There is so much Sportacus/Robbie slash out there that it seems to outnumber any other kind. And it doesn't come from nowhere either: one episode had Robbie falling asleep and happily murmur "Hello, Sportacus." There's also the ridiculous amount of times Robbie touches Sportacus or jumps into his arms. They have the latter down to a fine art. Sportacus [[SaveTheVillain rescues Robbie]] almost as much as he rescues the kids.
7th Jan '17 11:05:38 AM nombretomado
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* ''LazyTown'' - There is so much Sportacus/Robbie slash out there that it seems to outnumber any other kind. And it doesn't come from nowhere either: one episode had Robbie falling asleep and happily murmur "Hello, Sportacus."
** Then there's the ridiculous amount of times Robbie touches Sportacus or jumps into his arms. They have the latter down to a fine art.
** Not to mention the fact that Sportacus [[SaveTheVillain rescues Robbie]] almost as much as he rescues the kids.

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* ''LazyTown'' - ''Series/LazyTown'':
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There is so much Sportacus/Robbie slash out there that it seems to outnumber any other kind. And it doesn't come from nowhere either: one episode had Robbie falling asleep and happily murmur "Hello, Sportacus."
** Then there's
" There's also the ridiculous amount of times Robbie touches Sportacus or jumps into his arms. They have the latter down to a fine art.
** Not to mention the fact that
art. Sportacus [[SaveTheVillain rescues Robbie]] almost as much as he rescues the kids.
6th Jan '17 8:12:39 AM SeptimusHeap
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** It's also a [[FreudWasRight little suggestive]] that Leonard's mother ''is'' a less neurotic female Sheldon. Especially considering that there's quite a bit of discussion about the psychological complexes her unaffectionate parenting style gave Leonard.

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** It's also a [[FreudWasRight little suggestive]] suggestive that Leonard's mother ''is'' a less neurotic female Sheldon. Especially considering that there's quite a bit of discussion about the psychological complexes her unaffectionate parenting style gave Leonard.
3rd Jan '17 7:10:03 AM bookwormgirlLH
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* HoYay/HarryAndPaul
3rd Jan '17 7:03:14 AM bookwormgirlLH
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* HoYay/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus
3rd Jan '17 12:28:52 AM Xtifr
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* ''DontTrustTheBInApartment23'' has some between Chloë, the eponymous bitch, and June, her roommate. In the third episode, Chloë takes in a foster child, having told Children's Protective Services that she and June are cohabiting lesbian lovers, since CPS would not place a foster child with a jobless single woman.

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* ''DontTrustTheBInApartment23'' ''Series/DontTrustTheBInApartment23'' has some between Chloë, the eponymous bitch, and June, her roommate. In the third episode, Chloë takes in a foster child, having told Children's Protective Services that she and June are cohabiting lesbian lovers, since CPS would not place a foster child with a jobless single woman.
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