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25th Sep '16 7:27:15 PM Ayasugi
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* In ''Series/TheCloser'', oft-divorced Lt. Provenza initially catches the bouquet at Brenda and Fritz's wedding reception. He immediately tosses it away in disgust.

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* In ''Series/TheCloser'', oft-divorced Lt. Provenza initially catches the bouquet at Brenda and Fritz's wedding reception. He immediately tosses it away in disgust. [[spoiler: However, he is still the next main cast member to get married - in the SequelSeries ''Series/MajorCrimes''.]]
23rd Aug '16 2:39:08 AM VicGeorge2011
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** At Margaret's wedding, when she tosses the bouquet, it lands in the hands Frank Burns - he then tosses it to Nurse Kellye.

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** At Margaret's wedding, when she tosses the bouquet, it lands in the hands of Frank Burns - he then tosses it to Nurse Kellye.
7th Aug '16 6:41:09 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''DeadLikeMe'' where a guy was accidentally crushed by desperate guys trying to catch the banquet.

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* An episode of ''DeadLikeMe'' ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' where a guy was accidentally crushed by desperate guys trying to catch the banquet.
6th Aug '16 11:07:29 AM LadyNorbert
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* In ''[[FanFic/ElementalChessTrilogy Flowers of Antimony]],'' Winry gets [[spoiler:Riza]] to catch the bouquet by throwing it at [[spoiler: Roy]] [[note]] She had previously informed them that she had put her wrench in with the flowers to represent "Something Old"[[/note]].

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* In ''[[FanFic/ElementalChessTrilogy Flowers of Antimony]],'' Winry gets [[spoiler:Riza]] to catch the bouquet by throwing it at [[spoiler: Roy]] [[note]] She had previously informed them that she had put her wrench in with the flowers to represent "Something Old"[[/note]]. Old." Riza grabbed it to keep Roy from getting a concussion.[[/note]]



* When Lydia throws her bouquet in ''[[Fanfic/{{Cinderjuice}} Meteor Shower]]'', it's caught by [[spoiler:Donny]].



* A weird example of the third variant: at the end of ''WesternAnimation/CorpseBride'', Emily throws her bouquet over her shoulder after letting Victor and Victoria be together. Although it's obvious she's aiming for Victoria, the person who catches it is a nameless extra woman. Who then gets leered at by Maggot, resting on her shoulder. The woman promptly yelps, tosses the bouquet away, and Victoria catches it.
* ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' culminates in the wedding of Tiana and Naveen [[spoiler:as humans]], and when Tiana tosses her bouquet from the wedding car, a throng of girls try to catch it - only to be completely outdone by the marriage-and-princess obsessed Charlotte.

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* A weird example of the third variant: at the end of ''WesternAnimation/CorpseBride'', Emily throws her bouquet over her shoulder after letting Victor and Victoria be together. Although it's obvious she's aiming for Victoria, the person who catches it is a nameless extra woman. Who woman... who then gets leered at by Maggot, resting on her shoulder. The woman promptly yelps, tosses the bouquet away, and Victoria catches it.
* ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' culminates in the wedding of Tiana and Naveen [[spoiler:as humans]], and when Tiana tosses her bouquet from the wedding car, a throng of girls try to catch it - only to be completely outdone by the marriage-and-princess obsessed marriage- and princess-obsessed Charlotte.



* In ''Literature/IslandInTheSeaOfTime'', after the wedding of the town police chief and the librarian we see type three of this trope when a ButchLesbian coast guard captain sees it flying at her face and grabs it on reflex. Guess who gets talked flat by the pre-British princess half her age within a month or so.[[/folder]]

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* In ''Literature/IslandInTheSeaOfTime'', after the wedding of the town police chief and the librarian librarian, we see type three of this trope when a ButchLesbian coast guard captain sees it flying at her face and grabs it on reflex. Guess who gets talked flat by the pre-British princess half her age within a month or so.so.
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** At Margaret's wedding, when she tossed the bouquet, it landed in the hands Frank Burns - he then tosses it to Nurse Kellye.

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** At Margaret's wedding, when she tossed tosses the bouquet, it landed lands in the hands Frank Burns - he then tosses it to Nurse Kellye.



* One episode of ''Series/AllyMcBeal'' has the perpetually-single-and-looking Ally fight for the bouquet with other bridesmaids. She's so embarrassed that she swears not to attend any more weddings. She breaks her promise in the same episode because one of her clients made her come to her wedding and she didn't have a heart to refuse, and Ally has to dance in the street wearing her pyjamas which was a bet/dare/"punishment" agreement with her roommate Renée.

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* One episode of ''Series/AllyMcBeal'' has the perpetually-single-and-looking Ally fight for the bouquet with other bridesmaids. She's so embarrassed that she swears not to attend any more weddings. She breaks her promise in the same episode because one of her clients made her come to her wedding and she didn't have a heart to refuse, and Ally has to dance in the street wearing her pyjamas pajamas, which was a bet/dare/"punishment" agreement with her roommate Renée.



* When Corabeth Walton marries Ike Godsey on ''Series/TheWaltons'', she throws the bouquet and it's caught by one of the elderly Baldwin sisters. (Both sisters remained unmarried throughout the entire series.)



* One ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'' strip had the family at the wedding of a cousin. While Paw Broon muttered about the cost of a wedding and how the bride's father was mad to pay for it all, Daphne and Maggie got into an argument about which of them would be married first. Because they were both fighting each other for the bouquet it was instead caught by ... the Bairn (aged about 4), at which the family joked that Paw would have plenty of time to save up.
* In ''ComicStrip/SafeHavens'' Jenny catches the bouquet at her father's second wedding...and promptly began taking bids from the other women for it.

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* One ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'' strip had the family at the wedding of a cousin. While Paw Broon muttered about the cost of a wedding and how the bride's father was mad to pay for it all, Daphne and Maggie got into an argument about which of them would be married first. Because they were both fighting each other for the bouquet it was instead caught by ...by... the Bairn (aged about 4), at which the family joked that Paw would have plenty of time to save up.
* In ''ComicStrip/SafeHavens'' Jenny catches the bouquet at her father's second wedding... and promptly began taking bids from the other women for it.
13th Jul '16 10:30:25 AM Morgenthaler
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9th Jul '16 5:12:50 AM eroock
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->''Then came time for the bouquet toss. Or as it is to my mother, her last, best hope to match off one of her single, pathetic daughters. I didn't so much catch it as prevent it from smashing into my face. But I figured my mum probably paid off Ellen Gibson to throw it directly at me. I wonder how much my misery is worth to my mother.''
-->--'''Lizzie''', ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', "The Most Awkward Dance Ever"

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->''Then ->''"Then came time for the bouquet toss. Or as it is to my mother, her last, best hope to match off one of her single, pathetic daughters. I didn't so much catch it as prevent it from smashing into my face. But I figured my mum probably paid off Ellen Gibson to throw it directly at me. I wonder how much my misery is worth to my mother.''
-->--'''Lizzie''',
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-->-- '''Lizzie''',
''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', "The Most Awkward Dance Ever"
10th Jun '16 8:41:53 PM lavendermintrose
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* In the epilogue of ''Anime/ValvraveTheLiberator'' of all things - caught by [[spoiler: [[DefeatMeansFriendship A-drei]],]] who's implied to be in a relationship with [[spoiler: Saki]] ([[AllThereInTheManual there, and in the audio dramas]]). His reaction is precious.
6th Jun '16 12:29:33 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''IslandInTheSeaOfTime'', after the wedding of the town police chief and the librarian we see type three of this trope when a ButchLesbian coast guard captain sees it flying at her face and grabs it on reflex. Guess who gets talked flat by the pre-British princess half her age within a month or so.[[/folder]]

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* In ''IslandInTheSeaOfTime'', ''Literature/IslandInTheSeaOfTime'', after the wedding of the town police chief and the librarian we see type three of this trope when a ButchLesbian coast guard captain sees it flying at her face and grabs it on reflex. Guess who gets talked flat by the pre-British princess half her age within a month or so.[[/folder]]



* ''[[Series/{{MASH}} M*A*S*H]]'':

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* ''[[Series/{{MASH}} M*A*S*H]]'':''Series/{{MASH}}'':
14th May '16 3:00:14 AM Doug86
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* In ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'', at Scott and Jean's wedding, Rogue catches the bouquet, due to the advantage of being able to fly. (Gambit proceeds to use his powers to make damn sure he's the one who winds up with the garter.)

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* In ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'', ''Comicbook/XMen'', at Scott and Jean's wedding, Rogue catches the bouquet, due to the advantage of being able to fly. (Gambit proceeds to use his powers to make damn sure he's the one who winds up with the garter.)
5th Feb '16 12:42:59 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In one ''VideoGame/MarioParty 5'' minigame, a newlywed Koopa bride throws a bouquet into the air... followed by a bunch of flowers falling from the sky, which the players must collect. The winner (or winners if there's a tie) will receive ten coins and have the actual bouquet(s) fall into their hands.
* In ''VideoGame/MitsumeteKnight'', this is one of Sue Grafton's Special Events. She's ''[[SeriousBusiness very]]'' happy when she catches it, [[LoveFreak as she desperately wants to have a lovely husband]] and fears becoming a ChristmasCake.
* In one of ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChroniclesIII'''s endings, the elderly [[BadassGrandma Gloria]] is the one to catch the bouquet at [[spoiler:Kurt's and Riela]]'s wedding, much to the chagrin of the other women.
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[[folder:VideoGames]]
* In one ''VideoGame/MarioParty 5'' minigame, a newlywed Koopa bride throws a bouquet into the air... followed by a bunch of flowers falling from the sky, which the players must collect. The winner (or winners if there's a tie) will receive ten coins and have the actual bouquet(s) fall into their hands.
* In ''VideoGame/MitsumeteKnight'', this is one of Sue Grafton's Special Events. She's ''[[SeriousBusiness very]]'' happy when she catches it, [[LoveFreak as she desperately wants to have a lovely husband]] and fears becoming a ChristmasCake.
* In one of ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChroniclesIII'''s endings, the elderly [[BadassGrandma Gloria]] is the one to catch the bouquet at [[spoiler:Kurt's and Riela]]'s wedding, much to the chagrin of the other women.
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