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22nd Apr '16 12:15:58 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', the Zentraudi ace pilot Miriya Parino falls in love with Terran ace pilot Max Sterling, after literally engaging in several duels and stalking him with intent to murder. They marry and have a child, Dana, who goes on to pull something of the same thing with the Robotech Master ace pilot Zor Prime (a clone of the original superintellect Zor).

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* In ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''[=/=]''Anime/{{Robotech}}'', the Zentraudi Zentraedi ace pilot Miriya Miria Fallyna/Miriya Parino falls in love with Terran ace pilot Max Jenius/Max Sterling, after literally engaging him in several duels and stalking him with intent to murder. They marry and end up marrying and, in the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' continuity, go on to have multiple children before becoming the two main leaders of the ''Anime/Macross7'' fleet.
** In ''Robotech'', they
have a child, Dana, who goes on to pull something of the same thing with the Robotech Master ace pilot Zor Prime (a clone of the original superintellect Zor).
11th Mar '16 9:33:56 AM AdamKeller
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* In ''Film/TheSting'', the grifter Johnny Hooker (RobertRedford) plays a very dangerous cat and mouse game with the Mafia. They want to kill him and for that purpose hire various hired killers, he plans a "big con" to cheat their boss of a lot of money. In one scene, a hit man nearly catches Hooker in a restaurant. A waitress named Loretta saves his life and he ends up spending the night with her. However, on the following morning it turns out that she was herself a hired killed, the feared Loretta Salino, and that she intended to kill him herself - his life being saved at last moment by a hit man on the side of the ''GoodGuys'' who kills her in the nick of time. What is understood of her motivation is that she saved Hooker from the rival killer in order to claim the reward herself, and she killed the rival in punishment for intruding on her turf; that she regarded killing Hooker as a professional obligation, with no personal animosity involved; and that the plan to kill Hooker in no way precluded enjoying sex with him first.

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* In ''Film/TheSting'', the grifter Johnny Hooker (RobertRedford) plays a very dangerous cat and mouse game with the Mafia. They want to kill him and for that purpose hire various hired killers, he plans a "big con" to cheat their boss of a lot of money. In one scene, a hit man nearly catches Hooker in a restaurant. A waitress named Loretta (DimitraArliss) saves his life and he ends up spending the night with her. However, on the following morning it turns out that she was herself a hired killed, killer, the feared Loretta Salino, and that she intended to kill him Hooker herself - his life being saved at the last moment by a hit man on the side of the ''GoodGuys'' Good Guys who kills her in the nick of time. What is understood of her motivation is that she saved Hooker from the rival killer in order to claim the reward herself, and she killed the rival in punishment for intruding on her turf; that she regarded killing Hooker as a professional obligation, with no personal animosity involved; and that the plan to kill Hooker in no way precluded enjoying sex with him first.
11th Mar '16 9:30:11 AM AdamKeller
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* In ''Film/TheSting'', the grifter Johnny Hooker (RobertRedford) plays a very dangerous cat and mouse game with the Mafia. They want to kill him and hire various hired killers, he plans a "big con" to cheat their boss of a lot of money. In one scene, a hit man nearly catches him in a restaurant. A waitress named Loretta saves his life and he ends up spending the night with her. However, on the following morning it turns out that she was herself a hired killed, the feared Loretta Salino, and that she intended to kill him herself - his life being saved at last moment by a hit man on the side of the GoodGuys who kills her in the nick of time. What is understood of her motivation is that she saved him from the rival killer in order to claim the reward herself, and she killed the rival in punishment for intruding on her turf; that she regarded killing Hooker as a professional obligation, with no personal animosity involved; and that the plan to kill Hooker in no way precluded enjoying sex with him first.

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* In ''Film/TheSting'', the grifter Johnny Hooker (RobertRedford) plays a very dangerous cat and mouse game with the Mafia. They want to kill him and for that purpose hire various hired killers, he plans a "big con" to cheat their boss of a lot of money. In one scene, a hit man nearly catches him Hooker in a restaurant. A waitress named Loretta saves his life and he ends up spending the night with her. However, on the following morning it turns out that she was herself a hired killed, the feared Loretta Salino, and that she intended to kill him herself - his life being saved at last moment by a hit man on the side of the GoodGuys ''GoodGuys'' who kills her in the nick of time. What is understood of her motivation is that she saved him Hooker from the rival killer in order to claim the reward herself, and she killed the rival in punishment for intruding on her turf; that she regarded killing Hooker as a professional obligation, with no personal animosity involved; and that the plan to kill Hooker in no way precluded enjoying sex with him first.
11th Mar '16 9:27:03 AM AdamKeller
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* In ''Film/TheSting'', the grifter Johnny Hooker (RobertRedford) plays a very dangerous cat and mouse game with the Mafia. They want to kill him and hire various hired killers, he plans a "big con" to cheat their boss of a lot of money. In one scene, a hit man nearly catches him in a restaurant. A waitress named Loretta saves his life and he ends up spending the night with her. However, on the following morning it turns out that she was herself a hired killed, the feared Loretta Salino, and that she intended to kill him herself - his life being saved at last moment by a hit man on the side of the GoodGuys who kills her in the nick of time. What is understood of her motivation is that she saved him from the rival killer in order to claim the reward herself, and she killed the rival in punishment for intruding on her turf; that she regarded killing Hooker as a professional obligation, with no personal animosity involved; and that the plan to kill Hooker in no way precluded enjoying sex with him first.
10th Mar '16 8:11:17 PM Floria
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* Miike Snow's video for "Genghis Khan" is about a Bond villain-esque supervillain who falls in (eventually requited) love with his TuxedoAndMartini-style secret agent nemesis.

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* Miike Snow's video for "Genghis Khan" "Music/GenghisKhan" is about a Bond villain-esque supervillain who falls in (eventually requited) love with his TuxedoAndMartini-style secret agent nemesis.
2nd Mar '16 9:23:44 PM Nulono
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* A good fifty percent of all ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' fics seem to be focused on [=KiGo=]... that is Kimmie and Shego becoming an item... and like as not having kids and getting married... sometimes in that order. However, many [=KiGo=] fics veer away from this trope by having one of them permanently switch sides, either by Shego going legit or Kim being seduced into criminality.

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* A good fifty percent of all ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' fics seem to be focused on [=KiGo=]... that is Kimmie and Shego becoming an item... and like as likely as not having kids and getting married... sometimes in that order. However, many [=KiGo=] fics veer away from this trope by having one of them permanently switch sides, either by Shego going legit or Kim being seduced into criminality.



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16th Feb '16 8:52:24 AM Allronix
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* And yet another BioWare case: In ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'', Lana Beniko (a Sith sorceress) and Theron Shan (a Republic spy) can be romanced, regardless of faction [[BitheWay or gender]] of the PlayerCharacter. A Jedi dating Lana or an Imperial Agent flirting with Theron would fall into this category.
10th Feb '16 10:22:04 PM DuelMark
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* Averted in the most recent Batman series, ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBaman'', with the title character's relationship with Magpie. He decided to visit her in prison to show her some sympathy she never received prior. Unfortunately, due to her already unstable mind, [[WrongGenreSavvy she mistakes his kindness with this trope]], becoming a {{Yandere}} StalkerWithACrush.

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* Averted in the most recent Batman series, ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBaman'', ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'', with the title character's relationship with Magpie. He decided to visit her in prison to show her some sympathy she never received prior. Unfortunately, due to her already unstable mind, [[WrongGenreSavvy she mistakes his kindness with this trope]], becoming a {{Yandere}} StalkerWithACrush.
10th Feb '16 10:21:38 PM DuelMark
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* Averted in the most recent Batman series, ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBaman'', with the title character's relationship with Magpie. He decided to visit her in prison to show her some sympathy she never received prior. Unfortunately, due to her already unstable mind, [[WrongGenreSavvy she mistakes his kindness with this trope]], becoming a {{Yandere}} StalkerWithACrush.
3rd Feb '16 10:00:34 AM Floria
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* Miike Snow's video for "Genghis Khan" is about a Bond villain-esque supervillain who falls in (eventually requited) love with his TuxedoAndMartini-style secret agent nemesis.
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