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26th Mar '18 8:25:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'' has a sex scene between Deadshot and HarleyQuinn that arguably qualifies, since there's no real romance or much characterization that comes from it. Aside from {{Fanservice}} and RuleOfFunny, its only influence on the plot is that later Harley, while arguing with ComicBook/TheJoker, tells him that she has a new guy in her life.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'' has a sex scene between Deadshot and HarleyQuinn [[Characters/BatmanRoguesGalleryPart1 Harley Quinn]] that arguably qualifies, since there's no real romance or much characterization that comes from it. Aside from {{Fanservice}} and RuleOfFunny, its only influence on the plot is that later Harley, while arguing with ComicBook/TheJoker, tells him that she has a new guy in her life.
16th Mar '18 3:33:28 PM nombretomado
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* Both sex scenes in ''VideoGame/{{Fahrenheit}}'': The first one being an optional encounter where, if you play your cards just right when your ex-girlfriend drops by at your apartment (offer her a drink, play your guitar for her and then kiss her), she and Lucas will have sex together. The second one, however, is much more {{egregious}}: [[spoiler:Right before the very finale of the game, Lucas and Carla lie on a mattress together for what could very well be [[ApocalypseHow their last night together before the Earth becomes covered with ice]], while Carla wishes the two could have met under better circumstances... and then Carla decides that she loves Lucas and they fuck. And yes, the previous sentence is basically the only indication that the two have any sort of sexual tension between one another.]] [[spoiler:Also, Lucas is technically [[{{Squick}} dead during the second one]]. Carla even mentions how cold his skin is shortly beforehand. Sexy!]]

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* Both sex scenes in ''VideoGame/{{Fahrenheit}}'': The first one being an optional encounter where, if you play your cards just right when your ex-girlfriend drops by at your apartment (offer her a drink, play your guitar for her and then kiss her), she and Lucas will have sex together. The second one, however, is much more {{egregious}}: {{JustForFun/egregious}}: [[spoiler:Right before the very finale of the game, Lucas and Carla lie on a mattress together for what could very well be [[ApocalypseHow their last night together before the Earth becomes covered with ice]], while Carla wishes the two could have met under better circumstances... and then Carla decides that she loves Lucas and they fuck. And yes, the previous sentence is basically the only indication that the two have any sort of sexual tension between one another.]] [[spoiler:Also, Lucas is technically [[{{Squick}} dead during the second one]]. Carla even mentions how cold his skin is shortly beforehand. Sexy!]]
2nd Mar '18 12:22:39 PM fearlessnikki
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* In ''Film/CabinFever'', the last healthy man in the cabin finds the last healthy woman sitting on her bed, staring sadly out the window. She tells him that they're all sure to get sick and states that they might as well have sex since they will die. She gives the man a lingering predatory look and then suddenly we see her throwing him down on the bed (both competely naked) and screwing his brains out.[[spoiler: It then turns out that the woman wasn't healthy at all, she just hadn't developed any symptoms yet.]] Director Creator/EliRoth has stated that his goal with ''Film/CabinFever'' was to return horror to its 70s roots--meaning lots of gore and nudity. This otherwise pointless scene was inserted purely for that purpose.

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* In ''Film/CabinFever'', the last healthy man in the cabin finds the last healthy woman sitting on her bed, staring sadly out the window. She tells him that they're all sure to get sick and states that they might as well have sex since they will die. She gives the man a lingering predatory look and then suddenly we see her throwing him down on the bed (both competely naked) and screwing his brains out.[[spoiler: It then turns out that the woman wasn't healthy at all, she just hadn't developed any symptoms yet.]] Director Creator/EliRoth has stated that his goal with ''Film/CabinFever'' was to return horror to its 70s roots--meaning lots of gore and nudity. This otherwise pointless scene was inserted purely for that purpose. There was some {{Foreshadowing}} in a deleted scene showing Marcy growing closer to Paul, but with that cut out of the film, them having sex is quite random.



** Given the fact that she's [[spoiler:actually Talia al-Ghul]], this might be a version of AdaptationInducedPlotHole--if you know the comics, these two having sex makes sense, but it doesn't actually work in the context of their relationship or motivations in this movie.


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* ''Film/DevilsPrey'' has a sex scene between [[spoiler: Seth and Fawn]], also intercut between shots of [[spoiler: Sam being tortured]]. You could probably remove this scene from the film and not hurt the story, given that the relationship between the two characters is already established.
26th Feb '18 9:55:43 AM GoblinCipher
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* ''VideoGame/LeatherGoddessesOfPhobos'' uses this for its sex scenes. As it can be played on multiple explicitness settings, ranging from "tame" to "lewd", they kind of had to use this so the "tame" players wouldn't miss too much.
* ''VideoGame/Thief2014'' was controversial with fans of the longstanding franchise because of a mission where Garrett has to infiltrate a brothel. Aside from encountering a number of topless women, to complete the mission Garrett must spy on a guy having sex with a prostitute in order to spot a code. Unlike some sexual content in games, this cannot be skipped and - to make matters worse - the sounds of the couple having sex are clearly audible for quite a distance. While the concept of encountering people having sex in a brothel isn't "coitus ensues", the fact there is no game-related reason to show it - the room in question could just as easily have been empty.

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* ''VideoGame/LeatherGoddessesOfPhobos'' uses this for its sex scenes. As it can be played on multiple explicitness settings, ranging from "tame" to "lewd", they kind of had to use this so the "tame" players wouldn't miss too much. \n Frequently what they miss is a single sentence.
* ''VideoGame/Thief2014'' was controversial with fans of the longstanding franchise because of a mission where Garrett has to infiltrate a brothel. Aside from encountering a number of topless women, to complete the mission Garrett must spy on a guy having sex with a prostitute in order to spot a code. Unlike some sexual content in games, this cannot be skipped and - to make matters worse - the sounds of the couple having sex are clearly audible for quite a distance. While the concept of encountering people having sex in a brothel isn't "coitus ensues", the fact there is no game-related reason to show it is - the room in question could just as easily have been empty.empty.
* Two of the three introductory sequences for ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'' have no sexual content whatsoever. Players who chose to join the Dragon, however, are sent upstairs at a hotel to complete their indoctrination ... and, with very little warning, receive oral sex from a strange woman (whether they are male or female, and with no option to refuse it), which [[HandWave somehow]] induces postcognitive visions. Notably, the Dragon never do anything like this anywhere else, this is the game's only sex scene, and it never becomes important again.
25th Feb '18 9:07:18 PM Berrenta
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* ''Film/''BrideFlight'': Has "sex" "frontal nudity" and "nudity" as the top keywords on IMDB despite only having one scene that features this, making it a BestKnownForTheFanservice case.

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* ''Film/''BrideFlight'': ''Film/BrideFlight'': Has "sex" "frontal nudity" and "nudity" as the top keywords on IMDB despite only having one scene that features this, making it a BestKnownForTheFanservice case.
3rd Feb '18 1:19:42 PM nombretomado
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* The {{New 52}} had two infamous examples in its first month:

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* The {{New 52}} ComicBook/New52 had two infamous examples in its first month:
3rd Feb '18 10:31:44 AM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'' has a sex scene between Deadshot and HarleyQuinn that arguably qualifies, since there's no real romance or much characterization that comes from it. Aside from {{Fanservice}} and RuleOfFunny, its only influence on the plot is that later Harley, while arguing with TheJoker, tells him that she has a new guy in her life.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanAssaultOnArkham'' has a sex scene between Deadshot and HarleyQuinn that arguably qualifies, since there's no real romance or much characterization that comes from it. Aside from {{Fanservice}} and RuleOfFunny, its only influence on the plot is that later Harley, while arguing with TheJoker, ComicBook/TheJoker, tells him that she has a new guy in her life.
29th Jan '18 1:22:00 PM KrspaceT
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* ''Comicbook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'': Superman and Wonder Woman had sex for several pages for no real reason.

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* ''Comicbook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'': Superman and Wonder Woman had sex for several pages for no real reason. In the process creating destructive weather patterns and tidal waves that overturn aircraft carriers. [[FridgeLogic Somehow Superman is in better shape physically after that than before the act.]]
7th Jan '18 10:29:12 PM Laqueesha
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* ''Film/TimeUnderFire'': The main character is a navy submarine officer who goes missing with his ship for several months due to going through a wormhole into another dimension. When he returns, he's thrown in prison because the navy thinks he committed treason (or at the very least desertion). He escapes and returns home to his wife and a pretty racy sex scene ensues.

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* ''Film/TimeUnderFire'': The main character is a navy submarine officer who goes missing with his ship for several months years due to going through a wormhole into another dimension. When he returns, he's thrown in prison because the navy thinks he committed treason (or at the very least desertion). He escapes and returns home to his wife and a pretty racy sex scene ensues.
7th Jan '18 10:19:53 PM Laqueesha
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* ''Film/TimeUnderFire'': The main character is a navy submarine officer who goes missing for a few years due to going through a wormhole into another dimension. When he returns, he's thrown in prison because the navy thinks he committed treason (or at the very least desertion). He escapes and returns home to his wife and a pretty racy sex scene ensues.

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* ''Film/TimeUnderFire'': The main character is a navy submarine officer who goes missing with his ship for a few years several months due to going through a wormhole into another dimension. When he returns, he's thrown in prison because the navy thinks he committed treason (or at the very least desertion). He escapes and returns home to his wife and a pretty racy sex scene ensues.
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