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12th Aug '16 10:16:38 PM ZSF
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* The title character of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': A common plot is for Frasier to meet a woman, go on a date with her and end up in bed, all in a single week (although, due to the hijinks that inevitably ensue, things rarely go as planned once they get there). It's a ''very'' common plot. Made all the more jarring by the fact that Frasier is depicted as a stuffed shirt, and often complains about his bad luck with women.

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* The title character of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': A common plot is for Frasier to meet a woman, go on a date with her and end up in bed, all in a single week (although, due to the hijinks that inevitably ensue, things rarely go as planned once they get there). It's a ''very'' common plot. Made all the more jarring by the fact that Frasier is depicted as a stuffed shirt, shirt (in other words, not the kind of person you'd think would get a lot of action), and often complains about his bad luck with women.
12th Aug '16 2:41:36 PM ZSF
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** Much is made of the fact that Daphne and Donnie date for a ''whole month'' before having sex.

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** Much is made of the fact that Daphne and Donnie Donny date for a ''whole month'' before having sex.
12th Aug '16 2:33:05 PM ZSF
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* The title character of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': A common plot is for Frasier to meet a woman, go on a date with her and end up in bed, all in a single week (although, due to the hijinks that inevitably ensue, things rarely go as planned). It's a ''very'' common plot. Made all the more jarring by the fact that Frasier is depicted as a stuffed shirt, and often complains about his bad luck with women.

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* The title character of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': A common plot is for Frasier to meet a woman, go on a date with her and end up in bed, all in a single week (although, due to the hijinks that inevitably ensue, things rarely go as planned).planned once they get there). It's a ''very'' common plot. Made all the more jarring by the fact that Frasier is depicted as a stuffed shirt, and often complains about his bad luck with women.
12th Aug '16 2:31:51 PM ZSF
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* The title character of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': A common plot is for Frasier to meet a woman, go on a date with her and end up in bed, all in a single week. It's a ''very'' common plot.

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* The title character of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'': A common plot is for Frasier to meet a woman, go on a date with her and end up in bed, all in a single week.week (although, due to the hijinks that inevitably ensue, things rarely go as planned). It's a ''very'' common plot. Made all the more jarring by the fact that Frasier is depicted as a stuffed shirt, and often complains about his bad luck with women.


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** Much is made of the fact that Daphne and Donnie date for a ''whole month'' before having sex.
18th Jul '16 7:56:24 AM Silverblade2
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* Doujinshi manga and {{Hentai}}, in general, are all about finding ways to get their respective cast members into each other's pants (or panties).



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* [[RuleThirtyFour Too many fanfics to name]].
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* Almost every Spanish movie. Considering the degree to which sex in film was censored [[note]] even ''kissing'' was taboo [[/note]] under General Franco [[note]] a fervent Roman Catholic even by Spanish standards [[/note]], this is often done as a celebration of free-expression ([[DiscreditedTrope from late seventies on]]).



* Any movie with a FourthDateMarriage.
* It is the exception, not the rule, in any action movie or romantic comedy. If the hero and heroine meet for the first time in the film, they'll either have done the deed in act II, or the film will end with them doing it.



* This trope is common in modern [[SitCom sitcoms]]. Each week or two one of the main characters must have another [[GirlOfTheWeek guest star sweetheart]].



* {{Webcomics}} about relationships can seem like this due to WebcomicTime, especially when a LoveDodecahedron is involved. Notable users are ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' and ''Webcomic/AndersLovesMaria''.
* PlayedForLaughs in ''Webcomic/DieselSweeties''.

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* {{Webcomics}} about relationships can seem like this due to WebcomicTime, especially when a LoveDodecahedron is involved. Notable users are ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' and ''Webcomic/AndersLovesMaria''.
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%%* PlayedForLaughs in ''Webcomic/DieselSweeties''.



* [[TheInternetIsForPorn According to conservative estimates, a third of the content of the internet is about that.]]
30th Jun '16 1:54:49 PM LuciaMoore
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** But then things moved on... Gary has now had sex with several attractive women, numbers depending on your definition of "sex" (and indeed of "women"). He no longer really averts the trope.

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** But then things moved on... Gary has now had sex with several attractive women, numbers depending on your definition of "sex" (and indeed of "women"). He Not only does he no longer really averts avert the trope.trope, he's one of the most sexually successful characters in the comic.
5th Jun '16 2:00:11 PM nombretomado
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* Averted in ''PushingDaisies'' - the two leads are in a very romantic relationship where they CantHaveSexEver due to an inability to touch each other, but it's mentioned that they have developed certain ways to work around this limitation. However, it's possible that neither of them ever had sex beforehand; Ned says that he had "intimate relations" with a previous girlfriend, but a) may not have meant actual sex and b) may have been lying, while we're never given any evidence that Chuck had any previous romantic or sexual entanglements of any kind.

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* Averted in ''PushingDaisies'' ''Series/PushingDaisies'' - the two leads are in a very romantic relationship where they CantHaveSexEver due to an inability to touch each other, but it's mentioned that they have developed certain ways to work around this limitation. However, it's possible that neither of them ever had sex beforehand; Ned says that he had "intimate relations" with a previous girlfriend, but a) may not have meant actual sex and b) may have been lying, while we're never given any evidence that Chuck had any previous romantic or sexual entanglements of any kind.
4th Jun '16 12:35:33 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''EarthsChildren'' by Jean M. Auel, with a healthy dose of GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex mixed in.
* Mikael and Lisbeth in ''TheGirlWithTheDragonTattoo'' and its sequels, but Mikael especially.

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* ''EarthsChildren'' ''Literature/EarthsChildren'' by Jean M. Auel, with a healthy dose of GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex mixed in.
* Mikael and Lisbeth in ''TheGirlWithTheDragonTattoo'' ''Literature/TheGirlWithTheDragonTattoo'' and its sequels, but Mikael especially.
30th May '16 7:13:28 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* On ''{{Seinfeld}}'', of the four main characters, the protagonist usually has a GirlOfTheWeek; his friend, despite being depicted as a "loser," [[HollywoodDateless has one almost as often]] (and was ''engaged'', ''and'' on the pseudo-reunion show depicted on ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'', he has apparently been married in the interim); and the remaining two main characters [[ReallyGetsAround Really Get Around]], one being the TropeNamer for KavorkaMan. Apparently, [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny this was something groundbreaking at the time]]: typical sitcoms were either [[WorkCom workplace-centered]] or [[DomCom family-centered]]; no one had ever really done a show about the lives of adults without long-term family plans or commitments before.

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* On ''{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', of the four main characters, the protagonist usually has a GirlOfTheWeek; his friend, despite being depicted as a "loser," [[HollywoodDateless has one almost as often]] (and was ''engaged'', ''and'' on the pseudo-reunion show depicted on ''Series/CurbYourEnthusiasm'', he has apparently been married in the interim); and the remaining two main characters [[ReallyGetsAround Really Get Around]], one being the TropeNamer for KavorkaMan. Apparently, [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny this was something groundbreaking at the time]]: typical sitcoms were either [[WorkCom workplace-centered]] or [[DomCom family-centered]]; no one had ever really done a show about the lives of adults without long-term family plans or commitments before.
22nd Apr '16 6:33:18 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Played straight and subverted on ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', depending on the characters. Al usually doesn't want to have sex with Peggy, who'd be perfectly happy doing the deed with Al more often. Bud ''tries'' to have sex as much as possible, but his lack of success means he usually ends up scheduling ADateWithRosiePalms. Kelly regularly does the deed with assorted sleazebags and degenerates. Marcy routinely had very kinky sex with both her husbands.

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* Played straight straight, zigzagged, and subverted on ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'', depending on the characters. Al usually doesn't want to have sex with Peggy, who'd be perfectly happy doing the deed with Al more often. often; ironically, women tend to hit on him ''a lot'', but he always turns them down. Bud ''tries'' to have sex as much as possible, but his lack of success means he usually ends up scheduling ADateWithRosiePalms.ADateWithRosiePalms, although it seems he's often the choice for girls who want a last fling of some sort. Kelly regularly does the deed with assorted sleazebags and degenerates. Marcy routinely had very kinky sex with both her husbands. Other than that, the trope seems played straight with ''every'' single adult.
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