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16th May '17 10:21:45 AM mouschilight
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** Subverted in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'', which is the first {{Canon}} movie of the franchise. It's an {{Interquel}} between the second-to-last chapter and the [[DistantFinale epilogue]], so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and [[OneTrueLove the one]] Naruto ultimately gets HappilyMarried to: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo they fell in love]].

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** Subverted in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'', which is the first {{Canon}} movie of the franchise. It's an {{Interquel}} between the second-to-last chapter and the [[DistantFinale epilogue]], so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests interest and [[OneTrueLove the one]] Naruto ultimately gets HappilyMarried to: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo they fell in love]].
12th May '17 6:57:14 PM mouschilight
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** Some of the more cohesive filler arcs during the gap between the end of Part I and the beginning of ''Shippuden'' also brought this into play. This adds two female daimyos, a handful of kunoichi, and one girl with [[FishPeople a bad skin condition]] to Naruto's roster. Of these, exactly one has appeared as a background character since then and she was rooting for [[HeroOfAnotherStory Gaara]].

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** Some of the more cohesive filler {{Filler}} arcs during the gap between the end of Part I and the beginning of ''Shippuden'' also brought this into play. This adds two female daimyos, a handful of kunoichi, and one girl with [[FishPeople a bad skin condition]] to Naruto's roster. Of these, exactly one has appeared as a background character since then and she was rooting for [[HeroOfAnotherStory Gaara]].
12th May '17 6:56:30 PM mouschilight
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** More like Girl of the ''Movie'' as the {{Filler}} movies seem to love this trope. Naruto's had at least one older woman giving him a kiss, a DamselInDistress literally offering to have his babies (which, due to the way she phrased it, Naruto unwittingly accepts), and in the second Shipuuden movie he ends up with the current girl clutching him to her chest (it would be MarshmallowHell if she had bigger... tracts of land) while tearfully claiming that she'd never leave him... Being [[{{Filler}} non-canonical]] of course, not one of them ever shows up again.

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** More like Girl of the ''Movie'' as the {{Filler}} movies seem to love this trope. Naruto's had at least one older woman giving him a kiss, a DamselInDistress literally offering to have his babies (which, due to the way she phrased it, Naruto unwittingly accepts), and in the second Shipuuden movie he ends up with the current girl clutching him to her chest (it would be MarshmallowHell if she had bigger... tracts of land) while tearfully claiming that she'd never leave him... Being Since the three ''Naruto'' movies and the first six ''Shippuden'' movies are [[{{Filler}} non-canonical]] of course, non-canonical]], not one of them ever shows up again.



** Subverted in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'', which is the first {{Canon}} movie of the franchise. It's a bridge between the second-to-last chapter and the DistantFinale epilogue, so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and [[OneTrueLove the one]] Naruto ultimately gets HappilyMarried to: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo they fell in love]].

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** Subverted in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'', which is the first {{Canon}} movie of the franchise. It's a bridge an {{Interquel}} between the second-to-last chapter and the DistantFinale epilogue, [[DistantFinale epilogue]], so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and [[OneTrueLove the one]] Naruto ultimately gets HappilyMarried to: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo they fell in love]].
12th May '17 6:54:34 PM mouschilight
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** More like Girl of the ''Movie'' as the movies seem to love this trope. Naruto's had at least one older woman giving him a kiss, a DamselInDistress literally offering to have his babies (which, due to the way she phrased it, Naruto unwittingly accepts), and in the second Shipuuden movie he ends up with the current girl clutching him to her chest (it would be MarshmallowHell if she had bigger... tracts of land) while tearfully claiming that she'd never leave him... Being [[{{Filler}} non-canonical]] of course, not one of them ever shows up again.

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** More like Girl of the ''Movie'' as the {{Filler}} movies seem to love this trope. Naruto's had at least one older woman giving him a kiss, a DamselInDistress literally offering to have his babies (which, due to the way she phrased it, Naruto unwittingly accepts), and in the second Shipuuden movie he ends up with the current girl clutching him to her chest (it would be MarshmallowHell if she had bigger... tracts of land) while tearfully claiming that she'd never leave him... Being [[{{Filler}} non-canonical]] of course, not one of them ever shows up again.



** Subverted in ''[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie The Last]]'', which is the first {{canon}} movie of the franchise. The film is a bridge between the second-to-last chapter and the DistantFinale epilogue, so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and [[OneTrueLove the one]] Naruto ultimately ends up with in the end: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo the two fell in love]].

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** Subverted in ''[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie The Last]]'', ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'', which is the first {{canon}} {{Canon}} movie of the franchise. The film is It's a bridge between the second-to-last chapter and the DistantFinale epilogue, so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and [[OneTrueLove the one]] Naruto ultimately ends up with in the end: gets HappilyMarried to: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo the two they fell in love]].
7th May '17 12:42:10 PM TristanJeremiah
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[Changes in social gender roles](SocietyMarchesOn) mean that it is starting to become acceptable for female protagonists to have relations with male guest cast members that fit into this trope, [[MyGirlIsNotASlut although]] examples are less likely to lead to actual sex and usually tend to be more emotionally significant than a pure one-night-stand.

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[Changes [[SocietyMarchesOn Changes in social gender roles](SocietyMarchesOn) roles]] mean that it is starting to become acceptable for female protagonists to have relations with male guest cast members that fit into this trope, [[MyGirlIsNotASlut although]] examples are less likely to lead to actual sex and usually tend to be more emotionally significant than a pure one-night-stand.
7th May '17 12:41:04 PM TristanJeremiah
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Changes in social gender roles mean that it is starting to become acceptable for female protagonists to have relations with male guest cast members that fit into this trope, [[MyGirlIsNotASlut although]] examples are less likely to lead to actual sex and usually tend to be more emotionally significant than a pure one-night-stand.

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Changes [Changes in social gender roles roles](SocietyMarchesOn) mean that it is starting to become acceptable for female protagonists to have relations with male guest cast members that fit into this trope, [[MyGirlIsNotASlut although]] examples are less likely to lead to actual sex and usually tend to be more emotionally significant than a pure one-night-stand.
22nd Apr '17 7:23:10 PM mouschilight
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** Some of the more cohesive filler arcs during the gap between the end of Part 1 and beginning of Shippuden also brought this into play. This adds two female daimyos, a handful of kunoichi, and one girl with [[FishPeople a bad skin condition]] to Naruto's roster. Of these, exactly one has appeared as a background character since then and she was rooting for [[HeroOfAnotherStory Gaara]].

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** Some of the more cohesive filler arcs during the gap between the end of Part 1 I and the beginning of Shippuden ''Shippuden'' also brought this into play. This adds two female daimyos, a handful of kunoichi, and one girl with [[FishPeople a bad skin condition]] to Naruto's roster. Of these, exactly one has appeared as a background character since then and she was rooting for [[HeroOfAnotherStory Gaara]].
22nd Apr '17 7:21:24 PM mouschilight
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** More like Girl of the ''Movie'' as the movies seem to love this trope. Naruto's had at least one older woman giving him a kiss, a DamselInDistress literally offering to have his babies (which, due to the way she phrased it, Naruto unwittingly accepts), and in the second Shipuuden movie he ends up with the current girl clutching him to her chest (it would be MarshmallowHell if she had bigger... tracts of land) while tearfully claiming that she'd never leave him... Being non-canonical of course, not one of them ever shows up again.

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** More like Girl of the ''Movie'' as the movies seem to love this trope. Naruto's had at least one older woman giving him a kiss, a DamselInDistress literally offering to have his babies (which, due to the way she phrased it, Naruto unwittingly accepts), and in the second Shipuuden movie he ends up with the current girl clutching him to her chest (it would be MarshmallowHell if she had bigger... tracts of land) while tearfully claiming that she'd never leave him... Being non-canonical [[{{Filler}} non-canonical]] of course, not one of them ever shows up again.



** Subverted in ''[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie The Last]]'', which Kishimoto confirmed to be canon. The film is a bridge between the second-to-last chapter and the DistantFinale epilogue, so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and the one Naruto ultimately ends up with in the end: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how the two fell in love.

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** Subverted in ''[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie The Last]]'', which Kishimoto confirmed to be canon. is the first {{canon}} movie of the franchise. The film is a bridge between the second-to-last chapter and the DistantFinale epilogue, so the "girl" of the movie is also one of the main love interests and [[OneTrueLove the one one]] Naruto ultimately ends up with in the end: [[spoiler:Hinata]]. The movie is a romantic resolution, a tale of how [[TheyDo the two fell in love.love]].
5th Apr '17 2:35:10 PM SneaselSawashiro
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* Subverted throughout the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, as Brock generally never has even a slim chance of actually getting the girl. There have been some ''very'' rare instances of girls actually being interested in Brock, but they always go their separate ways by the end of the episode, anyway. Also subverted in that half those girls are either Nurse Joy or Officer Jenny, [[InexplicablyidenticalIndividuals who all look/sound/act the same.]]

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* Subverted throughout the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, as Brock generally never has even a slim chance of actually getting the girl. There have been some ''very'' rare instances of girls actually being interested in Brock, but they always go their separate ways by the end of the episode, anyway. Also subverted in that half those girls are either Nurse Joy or Officer Jenny, [[InexplicablyidenticalIndividuals [[InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals who all look/sound/act the same.]]
1st Apr '17 4:07:21 AM Doug86
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%%* This theme is basically the premise of ''Anime/GoldenBoy''.

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%%* This theme is basically the premise of ''Anime/GoldenBoy''.''Manga/GoldenBoy''.
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