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31st Dec '15 3:17:29 PM Doug86
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* The KyotoAnimation adaptation of ''VisualNovel/{{Kanon}}'', thanks to its refusal to just toss the haremettes after their story arcs were over, seems to have the harem grow into something like this in the end.
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* The KyotoAnimation Creator/KyotoAnimation adaptation of ''VisualNovel/{{Kanon}}'', thanks to its refusal to just toss the haremettes after their story arcs were over, seems to have the harem grow into something like this in the end.
19th Oct '15 10:08:32 PM 10-13-2
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* JohnFord's acclaimed Western film ''{{Stagecoach}}'' did this trope way back in 1939, making the trope OlderThanTelevision. The seven passengers on the stage to Lordsburg, New Mexico, include [[JohnWayne an outlaw]], a prostitute, an alcoholic, and [[StillFightingTheCivilWar an ex-Confederate who isn't shy about expressing his political views]]. In the end, however, they have all developed respect for each other, largely as a result of [[FireForgedFriends cooperating to fight off a war party of Apaches]] - [[spoiler: except for the ex-Confederate, who is killed by the Apaches]].
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* JohnFord's acclaimed Western film ''{{Stagecoach}}'' did this trope way back in 1939, making the trope OlderThanTelevision. The seven passengers on the stage to Lordsburg, New Mexico, include [[JohnWayne an outlaw]], a prostitute, an alcoholic, and [[StillFightingTheCivilWar an ex-Confederate who isn't shy about expressing his political views]]. [[note]] The "alienation from society" theme, while not overt, is certainly there: the alcoholic refers to himself and the prostitute as "victims of social prejudice" - and they are, although the prostitute has a little more self-respect. [[/note]] In the end, however, they have all developed respect for each other, largely as a result of [[FireForgedFriends cooperating to fight off a war party of Apaches]] - [[spoiler: except for the ex-Confederate, who is killed by the Apaches]].
19th Oct '15 9:59:51 PM 10-13-2
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* JohnFord's acclaimed Western film ''{{Stagecoach}}'' did this trope way back in 1939, making the trope OlderThanTelevision. The seven passengers on the stage to Lordsburg, New Mexico, include [[JohnWayne an outlaw]], a prostitute, an alcoholic, and [[StillFightingTheCivilWar an ex-Confederate who isn't shy about expressing his political views]]. In the end, however, they have all developed respect for each other, largely as a result of [[FireForgedFriends cooperating to fight off a war party of Apaches]] - [[spoiler: except for the ex-Confederate, who is killed by the Apaches]].
8th Oct '15 8:30:40 PM nombretomado
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* DCComics' ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' and ''MetalMen''.
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* DCComics' ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' and ''MetalMen''.''ComicBook/MetalMen''.
17th Jul '15 11:32:59 AM sorako
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* The KyotoAnimation adaptation of ''{{Kanon}}'', thanks to its refusal to just toss the haremettes after their story arcs were over, seems to have the harem grow into something like this in the end.
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* The KyotoAnimation adaptation of ''{{Kanon}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Kanon}}'', thanks to its refusal to just toss the haremettes after their story arcs were over, seems to have the harem grow into something like this in the end.
5th Jul '15 5:28:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''DeadLikeMe''. The main cast regularly eat breakfast together at a GreasySpoon, as well, making them a ''literal'' example of the trope name. * ''FreaksAndGeeks'' (separate groups)
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* ''DeadLikeMe''.''Series/DeadLikeMe''. The main cast regularly eat breakfast together at a GreasySpoon, as well, making them a ''literal'' example of the trope name. * ''FreaksAndGeeks'' ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' (separate groups)

* Most definitely the cast of ''{{Lexx}}'', though the robot head guy would not qualify as TheWoobie.
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* Most definitely the cast of ''{{Lexx}}'', ''{{Series/Lexx}}'', though the robot head guy would not qualify as TheWoobie.
3rd Jul '15 5:35:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''LastRes0rt''. What else did you expect to happen when you throw a bunch of condemned criminals into a RealityShow together?
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* ''LastRes0rt''.''Webcomic/LastRes0rt''. What else did you expect to happen when you throw a bunch of condemned criminals into a RealityShow together?
4th Jun '15 8:21:49 AM erforce
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* The characters in ''TheBoysInTheBand'' are a Breakfast Club of [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional]] [[CastFullOfGay gay men]]. * Michael Mann's early action flick ''The Band of the Hand'' is about turning the [[TookALevelInBadass Breakfast Club into a bunch of badasses]].
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* The characters in ''TheBoysInTheBand'' ''Film/TheBoysInTheBand'' are a Breakfast Club of [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional]] [[CastFullOfGay gay men]]. * Michael Mann's early action flick ''The Band of the Hand'' ''Film/BandOfTheHand'' is about turning the [[TookALevelInBadass Breakfast Club into a bunch of badasses]].
3rd Jun '15 4:26:51 PM nombretomado
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** The [[JadeEmpire Spirit Monk]] ends up with a childhood friend [[spoiler: and long-lost princess]], a former Lotus Assassin, a thief, a CreepyChild possessed by ''two'' demons, a RebelliousPrincess, a former arena fighter who's willing to do ''anything'' to avoid his wife, a nutcase mercenary, and ''at least two minor deities.''
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** The [[JadeEmpire [[VideoGame/JadeEmpire Spirit Monk]] ends up with a childhood friend [[spoiler: and long-lost princess]], a former Lotus Assassin, a thief, a CreepyChild possessed by ''two'' demons, a RebelliousPrincess, a former arena fighter who's willing to do ''anything'' to avoid his wife, a nutcase mercenary, and ''at least two minor deities.''
12th May '15 4:41:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Cheers}}'' . Even the theme song is about this.
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* ''{{Cheers}}'' .''Series/{{Cheers}}'' . Even the theme song is about this.

* The four mains of ''GossipGirl'', Nate, Chuck, Blair and Serena, call themselves the Non-Judging Breakfast Club. The foursome grew close as kids when none of them had reliable parents and it's been mentioned that they more or less raised each other.
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* The four mains of ''GossipGirl'', ''Series/GossipGirl'', Nate, Chuck, Blair and Serena, call themselves the Non-Judging Breakfast Club. The foursome grew close as kids when none of them had reliable parents and it's been mentioned that they more or less raised each other.
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