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27th Jun '16 12:06:16 AM F-Lambda
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* The epilogue of ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' combines this with several [[DeadGuyJunior Dead Guy Juniors]].



* The ''Literature/HarryPotter'' epilogue.

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* The ''Literature/HarryPotter'' epilogue.epilogue of ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' combines this with several [[DeadGuyJunior Dead Guy Juniors]].
9th Jun '16 2:46:02 AM MysteriousZorua1994
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* Exaggerated in ''Film/{{Descendants}}'', where ''every'' Disney character who appears in the film is a parent of at least one child, [[HighSchoolAU all teenagers]].
28th May '16 5:19:37 PM merotoker
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* ''Manga/DrSlump'': In one chapter of the original series, Obotchaman travels to the future with a time machine and discovers that he and Arale will be married with a baby robot built by Dr. Senbei (both Obotchaman and Arale are {{Ridiculously Human Robot}}s). In the final episode of the remake there is the same scene (with their baby ten years in the future), except that the moment is shown in the epilogue rather than as a result of time travel. Also, the same episode ends with the birth of Turbo, Senbei and Midori's son, and the epilogue shows they will have other children.

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* ''Manga/DrSlump'': ''Manga/DoctorSlump'': In one chapter of the original series, Obotchaman travels to the future with a time machine and discovers that he and Arale will be married with a baby robot built by Dr. Senbei (both Obotchaman and Arale are {{Ridiculously Human Robot}}s). In the final episode of the remake there is the same scene (with their baby ten years in the future), except that the moment is shown in the epilogue rather than as a result of time travel. Also, the same episode ends with the birth of Turbo, Senbei and Midori's son, and the epilogue shows they will have other children.



* Perhaps the most literal example possible can be found in the Manga/RanmaOneHalf {{Fanfic}} [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/1077049/1/Cheaper_by_the_bDozen_b Cheaper by the Dozen]].
* Played exceedingly straight in TheEmiyaClan, where the premise originally has Shirou getting HappilyMarried to [[{{Polyamory}} no less than 24 women]] from across the Sekirei and Nasuverse universes (including a couple from alternate continuities). The total number of kids he had caps off at 29, but over a dozen stories later, and some of ''those'' kids now have children.

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* Perhaps the most literal example possible can be found in the Manga/RanmaOneHalf ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' {{Fanfic}} [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/1077049/1/Cheaper_by_the_bDozen_b Cheaper by the Dozen]].
* Played exceedingly straight in TheEmiyaClan, Fanfic/TheEmiyaClan, where the premise originally has Shirou getting HappilyMarried to [[{{Polyamory}} no less than 24 women]] from across the Sekirei and Nasuverse universes (including a couple from alternate continuities). The total number of kids he had caps off at 29, but over a dozen stories later, and some of ''those'' kids now have children.



** The ending of ''Disney/TheLionKing'', with Simba and Nala's cute little cub. In a series of licensed books made not soon after the film came out, the cub is a male named Kopa. In the [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride animated sequel]] the cub is a female named Kiara. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Originally]] they were supposed to {{retcon}} Simba and Nala into having twins but the male was eventually scrapped.

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** The ending of ''Disney/TheLionKing'', with Simba and Nala's cute little cub. In a series of licensed books made not soon after the film came out, the cub is a male named Kopa. In the [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride animated sequel]] ''Disney/{{The Lion King II|SimbasPride}}'' the cub is a female named Kiara. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Originally]] they were supposed to {{retcon}} Simba and Nala into having twins but the male was eventually scrapped.



* At the end of ''Prudence and the Pill'', [[spoiler: everyone has had babies. That's what happens when you replace birth control pills with aspirin!]]

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* At the end of ''Prudence and the Pill'', [[spoiler: everyone has had babies. That's what happens when you replace birth control pills with aspirin!]]aspirin]]!



* If any couple in the ''Literature/{{Belgariad}}'' or ''Malloreon'' is married at the end, they'll have children. Relg and Taiba are particularly noteworthy - they marry at the end of the ''Belgariad'' and have a small army of offspring by the end of the ''Malloreon'' (though it's hinted they're getting divine aid - Taiba was the last Marag, thus her children would be Marags, and Mara wants his people back). Belgarion and Ce'Nedra are noteworthy in another way: at one point in the ''Malloreon'', it is heavily implied that they will be getting children for a long, long time.
* [[MilesVorkosigan Lois McMaster Bujold]] is an [[WordOfGod explicit]] subscriber to this trope; she always intended for Aral Vorkosigan and Cordelia Naismith to have a kid, after she came up with them. Of course, given her views on proper CharacterDevelopment, this is very much ''not'' HappilyEverAfter...

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* If any couple in the ''Literature/{{Belgariad}}'' ''Literature/TheBelgariad'' or ''Malloreon'' is married at the end, they'll have children. Relg and Taiba are particularly noteworthy - they marry at the end of the ''Belgariad'' and have a small army of offspring by the end of the ''Malloreon'' (though it's hinted they're getting divine aid - Taiba was the last Marag, thus her children would be Marags, and Mara wants his people back). Belgarion and Ce'Nedra are noteworthy in another way: at one point in the ''Malloreon'', it is heavily implied that they will be getting children for a long, long time.
* [[MilesVorkosigan Lois McMaster Bujold]] Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold is an [[WordOfGod explicit]] subscriber to this trope; she always intended for [[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Aral Vorkosigan Vorkosigan]] and Cordelia Naismith to have a kid, after she came up with them. Of course, given her views on proper CharacterDevelopment, this is very much ''not'' HappilyEverAfter...



* During the finale of the TV mini-series ''TheTenthKingdom'', [[LittleBitBeastly Wolf]] reveals to Virginia that he [[MysteriousAnimalSenses knows]] she's "got a little wolf cub growing inside" of her. Wolf also makes the none-too-subtle comment to Tony of "See you soon, grampa!" before stepping into the traveling mirror.

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* During the finale of the TV mini-series ''TheTenthKingdom'', ''Series/TheTenthKingdom'', [[LittleBitBeastly Wolf]] reveals to Virginia that he [[MysteriousAnimalSenses knows]] she's "got a little wolf cub growing inside" of her. Wolf also makes the none-too-subtle comment to Tony of "See you soon, grampa!" before stepping into the traveling mirror.



* In ''Series/JackTaylor'', this is played for drama in the episode "The Magdalen Martyrs." The episode is interspliced with flashbacks to diary entries of a young woman named Geraldine who spent six years in a Magdalene laundry in Galway, tormented and terrorized by a particularly [[SoftSpokenSadist sadistic]] [[SinisterMinister nun]] whom all the girls called [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Lucifer]]. Both she and her best friend, Mary Catherine, eventually left St. Monica's, got married, and had children, but their friendship fell apart because Mary Catherine didn't want to acknowledge any reminder of her time in there. Mary Catherine became an emotionally abusive mother to her son that in the present time they can't look each other in the eye. Meanwhile, Geraldine's marriage fell apart and she, prone to depression and self-mutilation, eventually took her own life, which affected her own son and daughter greatly. Lucifer even strips this trope down to its bones when she gives a BreakingSpeech to Mary Catherine.

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* In ''Series/JackTaylor'', this is played for drama in the episode "The Magdalen Martyrs." The episode is interspliced with flashbacks to diary entries of a young woman named Geraldine who spent six years in a Magdalene laundry in Galway, tormented and terrorized by a particularly [[SoftSpokenSadist sadistic]] [[SinisterMinister nun]] whom all the girls called [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Lucifer]]. Both she and her best friend, Mary Catherine, eventually left St. Monica's, got married, and had children, but their friendship fell apart because Mary Catherine didn't want to acknowledge any reminder of her time in there. Mary Catherine became an emotionally abusive mother to her son that in the present time they can't look each other in the eye. Meanwhile, Geraldine's marriage fell apart and she, prone to depression and self-mutilation, eventually took her own life, which affected her own son and daughter greatly. Lucifer even strips this trope down to its bones when she gives a BreakingSpeech [[BreakThemByTalking Breaking Speech]] to Mary Catherine.



* Implied in the end of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', as the ending cutscene includes the wedding of the OfficialCouple, and confirmed in the {{Sequel}}, given [[SpinOffspring who a major character in it is]].

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* Implied in the end of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', as the ending cutscene includes the wedding of the OfficialCouple, and confirmed in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears the {{Sequel}}, sequel]], given [[SpinOffspring who a major character in it is]].



* Generally the goal of most ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' games: Marry your {{love interest|s}}, and have a baby with them. Since plenty of HarvestMoon games have a PlayableEpilogue, the baby usually isn't part of an "ending" per se, but it is in at least one game: ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon3'' on the GameBoy, if you're playing as the female character, will show you and your farming partner under a tree with a baby in the ending.

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* Generally the goal of most ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' games: Marry your {{love interest|s}}, and have a baby with them. Since plenty of HarvestMoon games have a PlayableEpilogue, the baby usually isn't part of an "ending" per se, but it is in at least one game: ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon3'' on the GameBoy, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, if you're playing as the female character, will show you and your farming partner under a tree with a baby in the ending.



* A very, very twisted use of this trope occurs in ''{{VideoGame/Gingiva}}''. If you agree to marry any of the many monsters who propose to you, you'll be treated to a dialogue of "many years passing in domestic bliss", as the screen slowly fills with babies. The game will then ask if you want to sue for divorce; saying yes allows you to continue playing, saying no results in a NonStandardGameOver.

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* A very, very twisted use of this trope occurs in ''{{VideoGame/Gingiva}}''. If you agree to marry any of the many monsters who propose to you, you'll be treated to a dialogue of "many years passing in domestic bliss", as the screen slowly fills with babies. The game will then ask if you want to sue for divorce; saying yes allows you to continue playing, saying no results in a NonStandardGameOver.NonstandardGameOver.



* In the epilogue of [[spoiler: Yume]]'s route in ''Hoshizora no Memoria'', [[spoiler: Mare was revealed to have been reborn]] as the daughter of You & [[spoiler: Yume]]

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* In the epilogue of [[spoiler: Yume]]'s route in ''Hoshizora no Memoria'', [[spoiler: Mare was revealed to have been reborn]] as the daughter of You & [[spoiler: Yume]]Yume]].
26th May '16 2:12:07 AM annette12
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* In [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Manga/DoctorSlump Dr. Slump]] in a chapter Obotchaman travels to the future in a time machine and look that in the future he and Arale they will marry and have a baby built by the Dr. Senbei.
** Also in the final episode of the remake there a escene ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, except that as a epiologue rather than vision of the future

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* ''Manga/DrSlump'': In [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Manga/DoctorSlump Dr. Slump]] in a one chapter of the original series, Obotchaman travels to the future in with a time machine and look discovers that in the future he and Arale they will marry and have be married with a baby robot built by the Dr. Senbei.
** Also in
Senbei (both Obotchaman and Arale are {{Ridiculously Human Robot}}s). In the final episode of the remake there a escene is the same scene (with their baby ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, future), except that as a epiologue the moment is shown in the epilogue rather than vision as a result of time travel. Also, the futuresame episode ends with the birth of Turbo, Senbei and Midori's son, and the epilogue shows they will have other children.
25th May '16 6:53:39 PM Belen
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** Also in the final episode of the remake there a escene ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, just as a epiologue rather than visión of the future

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** Also in the final episode of the remake there a escene ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, just except that as a epiologue rather than visión vision of the future
25th May '16 6:11:41 PM Belen
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** Also In the final episode of the remake there os escene ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, just as a prologue rather than visión of the future

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** Also In in the final episode of the remake there os a escene ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, just as a prologue epiologue rather than visión of the future
25th May '16 6:07:54 PM Belen
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**Also In the final episode of the remake there os escene ten years in the future where we are shown the same moment, just as a prologue rather than visión of the future
25th May '16 4:03:22 PM Belen
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*In [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Manga/DoctorSlump Dr. Slump]] in a chapter Obotchaman travels to the future in a time machine and look that in the future he and Arale they will marry and have a baby built by the Dr. Senbei.
21st May '16 10:43:34 AM FreeJaffa
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* The last scene of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' shows [[spoiler:Castle and Beckett with three children who are presumably theirs.]]
20th May '16 11:04:59 AM Doug86
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* The ''Franchise/StarTrek'' novel "The Fire and the Rose" ends with [[spoiler:Spock and his love interest in the story, Alexandra, with a baby girl after they get married]]. This book is part of a self-contained trilogy separate from both established canon and the StarTrekNovelVerse.

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* The ''Franchise/StarTrek'' novel "The Fire and the Rose" ends with [[spoiler:Spock and his love interest in the story, Alexandra, with a baby girl after they get married]]. This book is part of a self-contained trilogy separate from both established canon and the StarTrekNovelVerse.Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse.
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