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7th Nov '17 8:02:15 PM DrOO7
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** Dr. Simon Brenner's first scene is of him waking in bed with two women.
23rd Oct '17 3:28:10 PM mrgate3
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* Implied in the ''Series/{{ER}}'' episode "What Life?", when Doug arrives home with one of his on-again/off-again girlfriends (played by Andrea Parker), only to find ''another'' of his on-again/off-again girlfriends waiting for him. After they both dismiss his feeble attempts to make excuses, the scene ends with the three of them smiling at each other ...

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* Implied in the ''Series/{{ER}}'' episode "What Life?", when Doug [[Creator/GeorgeClooney Doug]] arrives home with one of his on-again/off-again girlfriends (played by Andrea Parker), only to find ''another'' of his on-again/off-again girlfriends waiting for him. After they both dismiss his feeble attempts to make excuses, the scene ends with the three of them smiling at each other ...
30th Sep '17 11:35:17 PM DrOO7
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** Played straight only once when Steve goes to confront Miranda's ex Robert over smashing his TV. When Robert opens the door, we see two gorgeous women in the background, making it quite clear that he's moved on.
30th Sep '17 11:28:41 PM DrOO7
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* In the original version of ''The Beguiled'', the wounded Union soldier who has taken refuge at a Virginia girls school ends up having this sort of fantasy about the two spinster headmistresses who have taken a liking to him.


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* The scenario comes up several times in ''Series/SexAndTheCity'', but it's actually averted in the outcome:
** Samantha almost has this with two gay friends of hers who want to experience sex with a woman before they can't go through with it--they're simply not attracted to her due to their IncompatibleOrientation.
** Miranda isn't really interested in doing this, but answers the ad of a couple seeking a third partner to see how they'll react upon meeting her (she's been feeling undesirable). Once she's satisfied that they find her attractive, she makes up an excuse to leave.
** Samantha's boyfriend Richard asks her for this for his birthday. She isn't happy about it, but goes along anyway so as to please him, only for ''him'' to be disappointed in the whole experience--the other girl isn't a bad lover, but having fallen in love with Samantha, Richard has zero interest in her. They end up literally kicking the poor girl out of bed.
30th Sep '17 11:13:22 PM DrOO7
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* The ''Series/{{ER}} Fanfic ''The Eternal Quadrangle'' takes four characters--Kerry, Abby, Luka, and Carter--and pairs them in various duos, threesomes, and caps it off with a foursome. It's the threesome scenario that comes up most often and gets the most elaborate, graphic detail.



* In the third book in ''Literature/TheMillenniumTrilogy, it's revealed that Erika and her husband have occasionally participated in threesomes with a male friend of theirs. Erika outright says that she can't decide which is sexier—to have two men pleasuring her simultaneously, or watching her husband with another man. Her greatest fantasy is to have on-again/off-again lover Blomkvist join her and her husband in the bedroom, and her greatest disappointment is that he is adamant that this will not happen, him having no bisexual inclination.



* Implied in the ''Series/{{ER}}'' episode "What Life?", when Doug arrives home with one of his on-again/off-again girlfriends (played by AndreaParker), only to find ''another'' of his on-again/off-again girlfriends waiting for him. After they both dismiss his feeble attempts to make excuses, the scene ends with the three of them smiling at each other ...
-->'''Andrea Parker's character:''' So, let me count, that makes three, am I right?

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* Implied in the ''Series/{{ER}}'' episode "What Life?", when Doug arrives home with one of his on-again/off-again girlfriends (played by AndreaParker), Andrea Parker), only to find ''another'' of his on-again/off-again girlfriends waiting for him. After they both dismiss his feeble attempts to make excuses, the scene ends with the three of them smiling at each other ...
-->'''Andrea Parker's character:''' -->'''Linda (Parker's character):''' So, let me count, that makes three, am I right?


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* On ''Series/ThirdWatch'', a woman tries to defer her co-workers advances by telling him that she likes threesomes--with two ''guys''. He calls her bluff upon realizing that she's deliberately trying to freak him out.
26th Aug '17 3:31:50 PM mrgate3
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* Implied in an episode of ''Series/{{ER}}'', when Doug arrives home with one of his on-again/off-again girlfriends, only to find ''another'' of his on-again/off-again girlfriends waiting for him. After they both dismiss his feeble attempts to make excuses, the scene ends with the three of them smiling at each other, leading many fans to speculate that a threesome took place.

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* Implied in an the ''Series/{{ER}}'' episode of ''Series/{{ER}}'', "What Life?", when Doug arrives home with one of his on-again/off-again girlfriends, girlfriends (played by AndreaParker), only to find ''another'' of his on-again/off-again girlfriends waiting for him. After they both dismiss his feeble attempts to make excuses, the scene ends with the three of them smiling at each other, leading many fans to speculate other ...
-->'''Andrea Parker's character:''' So, let me count,
that a threesome took place.makes three, am I right?
16th Jul '17 3:00:04 PM Twiddler
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* In ''[[Creator/ChoiceOfGames Choice of Robots]]'', if you make a robot with a high Empathy stat, you can eventually build a "companion robot" who might fall for you. If you invite him/her along with your partner (if you have one) to go stargazing, the companion bot will suggest a threesome in order to experience physical pleasure without breaking up the PlayerCharacter's marriage. If your choices have been right up to this point, your partner will agree. However, things get awkward after the act, when the companion bot suddenly declares his/her love for you. You can either reply in kind (which will alienate your partner) or reject him/her in one of two ways (which will alienate the companion bot and get him/her to leave for good shortly after).

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* In ''[[Creator/ChoiceOfGames Choice of Robots]]'', ''VideoGame/ChoiceOfRobots'', if you make a robot with a high Empathy stat, you can eventually build a "companion robot" who might fall for you. If you invite him/her along with your partner (if you have one) to go stargazing, the companion bot will suggest a threesome in order to experience physical pleasure without breaking up the PlayerCharacter's marriage. If your choices have been right up to this point, your partner will agree. However, things get awkward after the act, when the companion bot suddenly declares his/her love for you. You can either reply in kind (which will alienate your partner) or reject him/her in one of two ways (which will alienate the companion bot and get him/her to leave for good shortly after).
16th Jul '17 2:54:39 PM Twiddler
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* In ''[[VideoGame/ChoiceOfGames Choice of Robots]]'', if you make a robot with a high Empathy stat, you can eventually build a "companion robot" who might fall for you. If you invite him/her along with your partner (if you have one) to go stargazing, the companion bot will suggest a threesome in order to experience physical pleasure without breaking up the PlayerCharacter's marriage. If your choices have been right up to this point, your partner will agree. However, things get awkward after the act, when the companion bot suddenly declares his/her love for you. You can either reply in kind (which will alienate your partner) or reject him/her in one of two ways (which will alienate the companion bot and get him/her to leave for good shortly after).

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* In ''[[VideoGame/ChoiceOfGames ''[[Creator/ChoiceOfGames Choice of Robots]]'', if you make a robot with a high Empathy stat, you can eventually build a "companion robot" who might fall for you. If you invite him/her along with your partner (if you have one) to go stargazing, the companion bot will suggest a threesome in order to experience physical pleasure without breaking up the PlayerCharacter's marriage. If your choices have been right up to this point, your partner will agree. However, things get awkward after the act, when the companion bot suddenly declares his/her love for you. You can either reply in kind (which will alienate your partner) or reject him/her in one of two ways (which will alienate the companion bot and get him/her to leave for good shortly after).
17th Jun '17 2:38:41 PM td1989
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The whole trope, when taken UpToEleven, gives off the BrokenAesop that women ''should'' be bisexual but men ''mustn't'' explore this side of sexuality, mostly because male bisexuality is a much less comfortable subject for male viewers than female bisexuality. Add to this the belief that female homosexual sex doesn't threaten a woman's femininity, but the masculinity of a man who sleeping with another man may be called into question.

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The whole trope, when taken UpToEleven, gives off the BrokenAesop that women ''should'' be bisexual but men ''mustn't'' explore this side of sexuality, mostly because male bisexuality is a much less comfortable subject for straight male viewers than female bisexuality. Add to this the belief that female homosexual sex doesn't threaten a woman's femininity, but the masculinity of a man who sleeping with another man may be called into question.
18th May '17 6:06:08 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Lucifer}}''. Lucifer is shown in bed with both an attractive woman ''and'' a man. It's called the Devil's Threesome for a reason, as he points out. Maze arranges a foursome at one point, but her boss has to rush off and suggests that [[BiTheWay she indulge herself instead]].

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* ''Series/{{Lucifer}}''. ''Series/{{Lucifer}}''.
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Lucifer is shown in bed with both an attractive woman ''and'' a man. It's called the Devil's Threesome for a reason, as he points out. out.
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Maze arranges a foursome at one point, but her boss has to rush off and suggests that [[BiTheWay she indulge herself instead]].instead]].
** In "Deceptive Little Parasite", three women dressed up like Detective Chloe Decker come on to Lucifer, wielding KinkyCuffs. Lucifer has to refuse this [[DoubleEntendre "triple-Decker".]]
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