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25th Mar '17 1:06:41 AM Unityd3v
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** During her time in Wrestling/{{WWENXT}}, Charlotte was also part of a power stable called the "Four Horsewomen" (with Wrestling/SashaBanks, Wrestling/BeckyLynch, and Wrestling/{{Bayley}}) which served as this trope to her father being part of Wrestling/TheFourHorsemen alongside Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson and Tully Blanchard.
22nd Mar '17 5:21:18 PM Ezclee4050
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* In [[{{UsefulNotes/NCAA}} American college sports]], baseball is for men and softball is for women.
18th Mar '17 9:49:32 AM Pavlov
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7th Mar '17 4:24:55 PM LloydNebulon
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* [[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]] and Cindy Vortex. Same goes for their friends:
** Carl and Elke.
** Sheen and Libby.
** Nick and Betty.
6th Mar '17 1:38:41 AM Jaredwarrensince1991
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* Music/{{Girlschool}} to Music/Motorhead. If their collaboration ''St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' as Headgirl doesn't convince you, nothing will.

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* Music/{{Girlschool}} to Music/Motorhead.Music/{{Motorhead}}. If their collaboration ''St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' as Headgirl "Headgirl" doesn't convince you, nothing will.
6th Mar '17 1:35:54 AM Jaredwarrensince1991
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* Music/{{Girlschool}} to Music/Motorhead. If their collaboration ''St. Valentine's Day Massacre'' as Headgirl doesn't convince you, nothing will.
4th Mar '17 10:26:16 AM TrollBrutal
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Brienne of Tarth -- Ser Loras Tyrell. Both are [[KnightInShiningArmor knights in shining armor]] who are introduced as winners of a tourney event, earning their victory with the aid of CombatPragmatism. They are heirs to their respective Houses, but they love Renly so much that they would rather dedicate their whole ''lives'' to serving him as a member of his Kingsguard. They are completely devastated after [[spoiler:Renly is slain]], becoming [[KnightInSourArmor knights in sour armor]], and both swear vengeance against Stannis. Although they end up with different masters, Loras and Brienne remain devoted to Renly in their own way, and have performed at least one act of [[spoiler:UndyingLoyalty]].
** Queen Margaery Tyrell -- King Renly Baratheon. They both believe that the MachiavelliWasWrong approach to ruling is best, and as a consequence, they have earned a HundredPercentAdorationRating among the smallfolk (the Stormlands for Renly and King's Landing for Margaery). Renly's desire to be TheGoodKing and the effort he puts into being AFatherToHisMen mirrors Margaery's ambition to be TheHighQueen and her FriendToAllChildren charity work. They are both well-suited for court life, intelligent, responsible, good-looking and charming. Margaery isn't at all bothered by the fact that Renly is sleeping with her brother, and unlike most Westerosi noblemen, Renly doesn't mind that his bride may not be a virgin. They both love Loras very much (in different ways, of course!).
** Sansa Stark -- Ser Loras Tyrell. Although neither of them are fully aware of the other's suffering in "The Climb," Sansa (an aspiring PrincessClassic) and Loras (an aspiring KnightInShiningArmour) have learned the hard way that life isn't a fairy tale. Both of them carried romantic ideals, believing that they would "live HappilyEverAfter" with their beloved Baratheon ("PrinceCharming" Joffrey for Sansa, "TheGoodKing" Renly for Loras). [[spoiler: Both have been crushed emotionally when their dreams transformed into nightmares (Joffrey turned out to be a sadistic psychopath and executed Sansa's father, while Renly was murdered not long after Loras pushed him to become king).]] Both have called Joffrey a monster.
4th Mar '17 10:20:41 AM TrollBrutal
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* ''Series/TwentyFour''. Jack Bauer--Renee Walker.
** ''24: Live Another Day'': Jack Bauer--Kate Morgan, and Chloe O'Brien--Jordan Reed.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Olenna Tyrell to Tywin Lannister. Both hold the opposite gender in some disregard, with Olenna dismissing her son as an oaf and her grandson as only good at knocking men off horses and Tywin dismissing his daughter as not as smart as she thinks. They also ride roughshod over their children, saying things like "Not now, Mace, Lord Tywin and I are speaking," and "You're my daughter; you will do as I command," and focus their attentions on their grandchildren, with Olenna taking a great interest in making Margaery a queen and Tywin discussing kingship with his grandsons. Both arrange political marriages between their dynasties without consulting the parties involved and resort to violating sacred hospitality at a wedding for the good of their family and are perfectly willing to let others take the fall, whether they be co-conspirators or innocent bystanders.
16th Feb '17 2:14:57 PM rafi
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' -- ''Series/{{Angel}}''. A rare example of a show about a female getting a male spin-off. Creator JossWhedon once said "Buffy is the show about women, and Angel is the show about men."



* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' (majority female cast) -- ''Series/{{Angel}}'' (majority male cast)
* ''SexAndTheCity'' -- ''Big Shots'', rare case where a show with a female cast gets a male version.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' (majority -- ''Series/{{Angel}}''. A rare example of a show about a female cast) -- ''Series/{{Angel}}'' (majority getting a male cast)
spin-off. Creator JossWhedon once said "Buffy is the show about women, and Angel is the show about men."
* ''SexAndTheCity'' ''Series/SexAndTheCity'' -- ''Big Shots'', rare case where a show with a female cast gets a male version.
16th Feb '17 1:30:37 PM Laevatein
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' -- ''Series/{{Angel}}''. A rare example of a show about a female getting a male spin-off.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' -- ''Series/{{Angel}}''. A rare example of a show about a female getting a male spin-off. Creator JossWhedon once said "Buffy is the show about women, and Angel is the show about men."
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