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10th Jul '17 11:51:08 AM Briguy52748
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* ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': Twice, with Greg:
** In Season 4's "Greg's Triangle," where he is clearly starry-eyed and gaga over Jennifer Nichols. It fits Example 4 -- heavily implied intimacy, and it is never stated outright whether they did it. But the clues are there: Greg getting very close to Jennifer at the beach; Greg asking to bring Jennifer over to meet his folks; and Mike having a candid talk with Greg, cautioning him on whether she really is "the one."
** Season 5's "Getting Greg's Goat." All sorts of misunderstandings happen, and at one point several of the Bradys -- at least Mike, and later Peter and Bobby -- conclude that the fracas going on was Greg sleeping with a girl. Viewers were in the know all along: Greg was keeping the rival high school's goat in his room and was trying to keep it under wraps.
28th Jun '17 6:12:02 AM RedScharlach
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# The show/book simply slathers on the innuendo and double meanings whenever a particular two characters are on screen. Regardless of on-screen interaction otherwise.

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# The show/book simply slathers on the innuendo and double meanings whenever a particular two characters are on screen. Regardless of on-screen interaction or otherwise.



** Poor Rogue got this in an earlier issue as well -- while depowered during the original Genosha storyline, there is a panel showing her at the mercy of several Genoshan guards. Even though Chris Claremont has loudly mentioned that nothing major happened, and even had Ms. Marvel's personal explicitly say this in the next issue, many reader were still left with the impression that she was sexually assaulted or worse during her prison stay.

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** Poor Rogue got this in an earlier issue as well -- while depowered during the original Genosha storyline, there is a panel showing her at the mercy of several Genoshan guards. Even though Chris Claremont has loudly mentioned that nothing major happened, and even had Ms. Marvel's personal Marvel explicitly say this in the next issue, many reader readers were still left with the impression that she was sexually assaulted or worse during her prison stay.



* From the ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'' fanfic ''Fanfic/TheEndOfTheAffair''. Pretty much all of chapter 4 implies that Hachiman and Yukino slept together [[spoiler: despite Yukino already being married]] with lines from Hachiman such as how he admires her [[ShesGotLegs legs]], how much he enjoys her [[SmellsSexy scent]] and how [[IceQueen cold]] she was when she touched him. [[spoiler: At the end it's revealed they only slept in the same bed and the most they came to physical intimacy was holding hands]].

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* From the ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'' fanfic ''Fanfic/TheEndOfTheAffair''. Pretty much all of chapter 4 implies that Hachiman and Yukino slept together [[spoiler: despite Yukino already being married]] with lines from Hachiman such as how he admires her [[ShesGotLegs legs]], how much he enjoys her [[SmellsSexy scent]] and how [[IceQueen cold]] she was when she touched him. [[spoiler: At the end it's revealed they only slept in the same bed and the most closest they came to physical intimacy was holding hands]].



* ''Darkly'' subverted with [[FanPreferredCouple Peter and Darcy]] on ''Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration''... Unless sex is a part of the character's immediate plot, two characters in a relationship are rarely confirmed to have sex. Often its only confirmed much later if they did or didn't by a throwaway piece of dialog when sex is a part of the plot. Spinner having sex with Manny is only confirmed in Season 5 (when Spinner becomes a virgin again as part of Friendship Club), and Ellie's not having sex with Sean is confirmed in Season 6 (when she tells Ashley she's a virgin afraid to be seen as a kid with her older more experienced boyfriend).

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* ''Darkly'' subverted with [[FanPreferredCouple Peter and Darcy]] on ''Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration''... Unless sex is a part of the character's immediate plot, two characters in a relationship are rarely confirmed to have sex. Often its it's only confirmed much later if they did or didn't by a throwaway piece of dialog when sex is a part of the plot. Spinner having sex with Manny is only confirmed in Season 5 (when Spinner becomes a virgin again as part of Friendship Club), and Ellie's not having sex with Sean is confirmed in Season 6 (when she tells Ashley she's a virgin afraid to be seen as a kid with her older more experienced boyfriend).



* Played with in series two of ''Series/AshesToAshes''. Alex and Gene declare they are [[LameExcuse "Going home"]] at exactly the same then slipping off and becoming conspicuous by their absence, causing an awkward silence and much exchanging of looks between CID. Cut to them walking separate ways to a [[ShipTease pre-determined meeting point looking rather distracted]]. Add to that some AccidentalInnuendo and most of the fandom groaned in frustration when it turned out they we're only bugging TheDragon's office. They do, however fall asleep together on Gene's desk and have a type 2 scene the next morning in front of the rest of the team who don't know this is what they were doing.

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* Played with in series two of ''Series/AshesToAshes''. Alex and Gene declare they are [[LameExcuse "Going "going home"]] at exactly the same time then slipping off and becoming conspicuous by their absence, causing an awkward silence and much exchanging of looks between CID. Cut to them walking separate ways to a [[ShipTease pre-determined meeting point looking rather distracted]]. Add to that some AccidentalInnuendo and most of the fandom groaned in frustration when it turned out they we're were only bugging TheDragon's office. They do, however fall asleep together on Gene's desk and have a type 2 scene the next morning in front of the rest of the team who don't know this is what they were doing.



** In "The Girl in the Fireplace", Madame de Pompadour who's very flirting with Ten, invites the latter to [[DoubleEntendre "dance"]]. The scene cuts to Mickey and Rose and when the doctor comes back, his outfit is completely wasted.
** River Song and the Doctor. On her first appearance, she's met the Doctor before, but he hadn't met her (that's time travel for you); she has her own sonic screwdriver, knows how to pilot the TARDIS (possibly better than the Doctor, taught [[spoiler:by the TARDIS itself]]), can write Ancient High Gallifreyan, and calls the Doctor "sweetie". Whether or not they're married ([[spoiler:they are]]) becomes a running joke. On one hand, the two kiss several times on screen, he [[spoiler:refers to himself as "married" and to her as "my wife" several times throughout]], and their UnresolvedSexualTension is 'massive'' -- but they seem to [[spoiler:start properly dating after their marriage]] and how far they went is left up to the viewers. Also, there's this (Creator/StevenMoffat is firmly on the "they did" camp):

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** In "The Girl in the Fireplace", Madame de Pompadour Pompadour, who's very flirting with Ten, invites the latter to [[DoubleEntendre "dance"]]. The scene cuts to Mickey and Rose and when the doctor Doctor comes back, his outfit is completely wasted.
** River Song and the Doctor. On her first appearance, she's met the Doctor before, but he hadn't met her (that's time travel for you); she has her own sonic screwdriver, knows how to pilot the TARDIS (possibly better than the Doctor, taught [[spoiler:by the TARDIS itself]]), can write Ancient High Gallifreyan, and calls the Doctor "sweetie". Whether or not they're married ([[spoiler:they are]]) becomes a running joke. On one hand, the two kiss several times on screen, he [[spoiler:refers to himself as "married" and to her as "my wife" several times throughout]], and their UnresolvedSexualTension is 'massive'' ''massive'' -- but they seem to [[spoiler:start properly dating after their marriage]] and how far they went is left up to the viewers. Also, there's this (Creator/StevenMoffat is firmly on the "they did" camp):



'''Doctor''': Her days, yes. Her nights... well, that's between her and me, ay?

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'''Doctor''': Her days, yes. Her nights... well, that's between her and me, ay?eh?
26th Jun '17 5:18:49 PM creader
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* ''Anime/TheSkyCrawlers'': There are two scenes where Yûichi and Kusanagi are together that may or may not have ended in sex, but the camera always fades to black before any kind of confirmation, let alone acknowledgement afterwards.



* ''Anime/TheSkyCrawlers'': There are two scenes where Yûichi and Kusanagi are together that may or may not have ended in sex, but the camera always fades to black before any kind of confirmation, let alone acknowledgement afterwards.
23rd Jun '17 10:46:18 AM bobwolf
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* ''Film/WonderWoman'': It is heavily implied that Steve and Diana did it after the Veld liberation party, but nothing is shown nor do they comment on it in the following scenes.
28th Apr '17 11:20:14 PM Vios
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Drowntown}}, anything that might have happened between Leo and Grace occurred well before the start of the story, but when Grace is trying to kill Leo, she's none too pleased at the suggestion that they once hooked up without her remembering it.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Drowntown}}, ''ComicBook/{{Drowntown}}'', anything that might have happened between Leo and Grace occurred well before the start of the story, but when Grace is trying to kill Leo, she's none too pleased at the suggestion that they once hooked up without her remembering it.
28th Apr '17 11:19:54 PM Vios
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Drowntown}}, anything that might have happened between Leo and Grace occurred well before the start of the story, but when Grace is trying to kill Leo, she's none too pleased at the suggestion that they once hooked up without her remembering it.
-->'''Leo:''' Guess this means it's too late to kiss and make up...\\
'''Grace:''' Kiss and make up? What do you mean...? Did we...? We didn't...? Jesus! That just makes me want to kill you even more!
16th Apr '17 5:12:55 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' gets in on the fun too, particularly with the [[LikesOlderWomen adult]] love interests. Tae's Rank 10 scene even borders on being explicit about it; [[if the player pursues a romance with her, she'll ask if he'd like a "thorough examination" from her, and promises to take her time in a very sultry voice. She even leans in and gives him a kiss as the screen fades to black]].

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** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' gets in on the fun too, particularly with the [[LikesOlderWomen adult]] love interests. Tae's Rank 10 scene even borders on being explicit about it; [[if [[spoiler:if the player pursues a romance with her, she'll ask if he'd like a "thorough examination" from her, and promises to take her time in a very sultry voice. She even leans in and gives him a kiss as the screen fades to black]].
16th Apr '17 5:05:56 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** And according to ''YggdraUnison'', which takes place three years after ''VideoGame/BlazeUnion'', Gulcasa is no longer a virgin. The incidents that ''VideoGame/BlazeUnion'' depicts point to Nessiah as the likeliest culprit, although WordOfGod is mum on the issue so far.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', completing a romantic Social Link results in a FadeToBlack and the message that you "spent a long time" or "spent a tender moment with" the love interest in question. Exactly how suggestive this is varies depending on the character and occasionally on the player's dialogue choices during the scene.

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** And according to ''YggdraUnison'', ''VideoGame/YggdraUnison'', which takes place three years after ''VideoGame/BlazeUnion'', Gulcasa is no longer a virgin. The incidents that ''VideoGame/BlazeUnion'' depicts point to Nessiah as the likeliest culprit, although WordOfGod is mum on the issue so far.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', the ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' games from ''VideoGame/Persona3'' onward, the optional romantic scenes can end ''quite'' suggestively. Usually, completing a romantic Social Link Link/Confidant results in a FadeToBlack and some variation of the message that you "spent a long time" or "spent time (/spent a tender moment moment/etc.) with" the love interest in question. Exactly how suggestive this is varies depending on the character and occasionally on the player's dialogue choices during the scene.scene.
** A standout example in ''VideoGame/Persona4 [[UpdatedRerelease Golden]]'' is Naoto's Valentine's Day event, which ends with her telling the protagonist "It's not fair, stealing just my heart... If you're going to take part of me... Take all of me."
** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' gets in on the fun too, particularly with the [[LikesOlderWomen adult]] love interests. Tae's Rank 10 scene even borders on being explicit about it; [[if the player pursues a romance with her, she'll ask if he'd like a "thorough examination" from her, and promises to take her time in a very sultry voice. She even leans in and gives him a kiss as the screen fades to black]].
12th Apr '17 11:47:20 PM Freezer
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* Fans have speculated for years over whether Grissom and Lady Heather did anything in 'Lady Heather's Box'. He did spend the night at her place, but whether they *did* anything was left ambiguous.

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* Fans ''Series/{{CSI}}'' fans have speculated for years over whether Grissom and Lady Heather did anything in 'Lady Heather's Box'. He did spend the night at her place, but whether they *did* anything was left ambiguous.
12th Apr '17 10:09:05 PM Eievie
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** River Song and the Doctor. On her first appearance, she's met the Doctor before, but he hadn't met her (that's time travel for you); she has her own sonic screwdriver, knows how to pilot the TARDIS (possibly better than the Doctor, taught [[spoiler:by the TARDIS itself]]), can write Ancient High Gallifreyan, and calls the Doctor "sweetie". Whether or not they're married ([[spoiler:they are]]) becomes a running joke. On one hand, the two kiss several times on screen, he [[spoiler:refers to himself as "married" and to her as "my wife" several times throughout]], and their UnresolvedSexualTension is 'massive'' -- but they seem to [[spoiler:start properly dating after their marriage]] and how far they went is left up to the viewers. Also, there's this:
-->'''Dorium:''' ''And Doctor Song? [[spoiler:In prison]] all her days?''
-->'''Doctor:''' ''Her days, yes. Her nights? That's between her and me, ay?''
*** Creator/StevenMoffat is firmly on the "they did" camp.

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** River Song and the Doctor. On her first appearance, she's met the Doctor before, but he hadn't met her (that's time travel for you); she has her own sonic screwdriver, knows how to pilot the TARDIS (possibly better than the Doctor, taught [[spoiler:by the TARDIS itself]]), can write Ancient High Gallifreyan, and calls the Doctor "sweetie". Whether or not they're married ([[spoiler:they are]]) becomes a running joke. On one hand, the two kiss several times on screen, he [[spoiler:refers to himself as "married" and to her as "my wife" several times throughout]], and their UnresolvedSexualTension is 'massive'' -- but they seem to [[spoiler:start properly dating after their marriage]] and how far they went is left up to the viewers. Also, there's this:
-->'''Dorium:''' ''And
this (Creator/StevenMoffat is firmly on the "they did" camp):
-->'''Dorium''': And
Doctor Song? [[spoiler:In prison]] all her days?''
-->'''Doctor:''' ''Her
days?\\
'''Doctor''': Her
days, yes. Her nights? That's nights... well, that's between her and me, ay?''
*** Creator/StevenMoffat is firmly on the "they did" camp.
ay?
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