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20th May '16 5:55:45 AM Hjortron18
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%%* In the second ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' film, between Manny and Elie.

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%%* In the second ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' film, between Manny and Elie. Two times, actually.
9th May '16 8:23:36 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* This is the whole point of EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind.

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%%* This is the whole point of EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind.Film/EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind.
3rd May '16 5:17:20 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/WanderingSon, Anna breaks up with Nitori near the end of middle school after [[spoiler:it hits her that Nitori is transsexual (after Nitori tries to go to school in a girl's uniform), and she ends up confused]]. They have UnresolvedSexualTension for several chapters but eventually end up together again and stay together post-high school.

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* In ''Manga/WanderingSon, ''Manga/WanderingSon'':
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Anna breaks up with Nitori near the end of middle school after [[spoiler:it it hits her that Nitori [[spoiler:Nitori is transsexual (after Nitori tries to go to school in a girl's uniform), uniform)]], and she ends up confused]]. confused. They have UnresolvedSexualTension for several chapters but eventually end up together again and stay together post-high school.school.
** Takatsuki and Saori become close friends over the first few volumes but that started souring when Saori became jealous of Takatsuki's friendship with Nitori. Due to a love triangle (Saori likes Nitori, Nitori likes Takatsuki, Takatsuki likes no one) and messy love confessions, Saori breaks her friendship with both Nitori and Takatsuki. Over the course of middle school they slowly make up. Takatsuki and Nitori go to the same high school but Nitori goes to a different one, which causes a rift in Nitori's and Takatsuki's friendship. Saori and Takatsuki become closer than ever though.
3rd May '16 5:12:09 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/WanderingSon, Anna breaks up with Nitori near the end of middle school after [[spoiler:it hits her that Nitori is transsexual (after Nitori tries to go to school in a girl's uniform), and she ends up confused]]. They have UnresolvedSexualTension for several chapters but eventually end up together again and stay together post-high school.
1st May '16 4:21:00 PM Monolaf317
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* This is the main storyline in all of Season 4 of ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool''; Mackenzie and Brittnay have a major fallout, until Trisha brings them back together again in the finale. WARNING: HomoeroticSubtext.
16th Mar '16 5:12:42 PM Eievie
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Hereís the classic story: 1) about three quarters of the way through the story, the protagonists leave each other after a dramatic scene (usually an argument). 2) They spend a time away from each other, even though they miss the otherís company. 3) Some events or simply fate brings them back together, and they reconcile, admit their feelings, and share a happy end.

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Hereís Here's the classic story: 1) about story:
#About
three quarters of the way through the story, the protagonists leave each other after a dramatic scene (usually an argument). 2) They argument).
#They
spend a time away from each other, even though they miss the otherís company. 3) Some company.
#Some
events or simply fate brings them back together, and they reconcile, admit their feelings, and share a happy end.
27th Feb '16 5:52:27 PM skidoo23
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** ''Doctor Who'' fans do not agree on the notion of romance between the Doctor and his companions. Nonetheless, the scenario that plays out over the Series 8 episodes "Kill the Moon" and "Mummy on the Orient Express" follow the trope almost to a T (just the BigDamnKiss is missing). Clara breaks off her friendship with the Doctor in the former because he places her in an impossible situation; in the next episode, she's agreed to go on one final adventure with him. Needless to say by the end, she's not only forgiven him but she officially creates a [[LoveTriangle]] with her Earth-bound boyfriend by deciding to continue travelling with the Doctor in secret. The "non-platonic" argument is not helped by WordOfGod (actress Jenna Coleman) that Clara says "I love you" to the Doctor, not Danny, in this episode, and Clara and the Doctor sharing several unambigiously romantic moments, including a hallway nightcap scene - with alcoholic drinks, yet (remember this is ''Doctor Who'') - that led the episode's writer to remark at a convention on the pair's "sizzling" chemistry.

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** ''Doctor Who'' fans do not agree on the notion of romance between the Doctor and his companions. Nonetheless, the scenario that plays out over the Series 8 episodes "Kill the Moon" and "Mummy on the Orient Express" follow the trope almost to a T (just the BigDamnKiss is missing). Clara breaks off her friendship with the Doctor in the former because he places her in an impossible situation; in the next episode, she's agreed to go on one final adventure with him. Needless to say by the end, she's not only forgiven him but she officially creates a [[LoveTriangle]] LoveTriangle with her Earth-bound boyfriend by deciding to continue travelling with the Doctor in secret. The "non-platonic" argument is not helped by WordOfGod (actress Jenna Coleman) that Clara says "I love you" to the Doctor, not Danny, in this episode, and Clara and the Doctor sharing several unambigiously romantic moments, including a hallway nightcap scene - with alcoholic drinks, yet (remember this is ''Doctor Who'') - that led the episode's writer to remark at a convention on the pair's "sizzling" chemistry.
27th Feb '16 5:51:54 PM skidoo23
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** ''Doctor Who'' fans do not agree on the notion of romance between the Doctor and his companions. Nonetheless, the scenario that plays out over the Series 8 episodes "Kill the Moon" and "Mummy on the Orient Express" play out the trope. Clara breaks off her friendship with the Doctor in the former because he places her in an impossible situation; in the next episode, she's agreed to go on one final adventure with him. Needless to say by the end, she's not only forgiven him but she officially creates a [[LoveTriangle]] with her Earth-bound boyfriend by deciding to continue travelling with the Doctor in secret. The "non-platonic" argument is not helped by WordOfGod (actress Jenna Coleman) that Clara says "I love you" to the Doctor, not Danny, in this episode, and Clara and the Doctor sharing several unambigiously romantic moments, including a hallway nightcap scene - with alcoholic drinks, yet (remember this is ''Doctor Who'') - that led the episode's writer to remark at a convention on the pair's "sizzling" chemistry.

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** ''Doctor Who'' fans do not agree on the notion of romance between the Doctor and his companions. Nonetheless, the scenario that plays out over the Series 8 episodes "Kill the Moon" and "Mummy on the Orient Express" play out follow the trope.trope almost to a T (just the BigDamnKiss is missing). Clara breaks off her friendship with the Doctor in the former because he places her in an impossible situation; in the next episode, she's agreed to go on one final adventure with him. Needless to say by the end, she's not only forgiven him but she officially creates a [[LoveTriangle]] with her Earth-bound boyfriend by deciding to continue travelling with the Doctor in secret. The "non-platonic" argument is not helped by WordOfGod (actress Jenna Coleman) that Clara says "I love you" to the Doctor, not Danny, in this episode, and Clara and the Doctor sharing several unambigiously romantic moments, including a hallway nightcap scene - with alcoholic drinks, yet (remember this is ''Doctor Who'') - that led the episode's writer to remark at a convention on the pair's "sizzling" chemistry.
27th Feb '16 5:51:06 PM skidoo23
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** ''Doctor Who'' fans do not agree on the notion of romance between the Doctor and his companions. Nonetheless, the scenario that plays out over the Series 8 episodes "Kill the Moon" and "Mummy on the Orient Express" play out the trope. Clara breaks off her friendship with the Doctor in the former because he places her in an impossible situation; in the next episode, she's agreed to go on one final adventure with him. Needless to say by the end, she's not only forgiven him but she officially creates a [[LoveTriangle]] with her Earth-bound boyfriend by deciding to continue travelling with the Doctor in secret. The "non-platonic" argument is not helped by WordOfGod (actress Jenna Coleman) that Clara says "I love you" to the Doctor, not Danny, in this episode, and Clara and the Doctor sharing several unambigiously romantic moments, including a hallway nightcap scene - with alcoholic drinks, yet (remember this is ''Doctor Who'') - that led the episode's writer to remark at a convention on the pair's "sizzling" chemistry.
16th Jan '16 9:02:10 PM NotOnAnyFlatbread
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%%** ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': When Gothel makes Rapunzel believe Flynn abandoned her.

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%%** ** ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': When Mother Gothel makes manipulates events to successfully convince Rapunzel believe that Flynn betrayed and abandoned her.her. Unfortunately for her, Flynn escapes her set-up and immediately races back to Rapunzel, resulting in their reconciliation and Gothel's defeat.



%%** ''Disney/WreckItRalph''

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%%** ''Disney/WreckItRalph''** In ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', King Candy convinces Ralph to destroy Vanellope's racecar and stop her from fulfilling her dream of racing. This of course shatters their friendship. After seeing evidence that King Candy lied to him, Ralph returns with backup to fix the car, ensure she gets to race, and [[spoiler:stay behind to protect her when she cannot leave the game to escape the Cy-bugs.]]
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