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8th Apr '17 5:31:48 PM SilverFang
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** Recent comics have had Deadpool and Rogue seemingly falling for one another, during the rough patch in his marriage. A big thing was Deadpool trusting her enough to let her see who his daughter is, and where she lives. And he wants Rogue to watch over her, if she becomes a mutant. They later have a moment after Rogue, who was being mind-controlled at the time, badly beats Deadpool, who even with his healing factor, still had to use a cane. She goes to him to ask if he hates her. He quickly tells her that he doesn't, and he doesn't want her to feel bad over him. Rogue kisses him, which heals him, and even restores his original face. Deadpool worries about her getting his memories, feeling she just likes him because she doesn't really know him. Rogue kisses him again, seeing flashes of bad memories. But she tells Deadpool that she can handle it, and that him being in her head is a relief after Red Skull. Deadpool says that's the most romantic thing someone has said to him, before they share a longer kiss in one another's arms.

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** Recent comics have had Deadpool and Rogue seemingly falling for one another, during the rough patch in his marriage. A big thing was Deadpool trusting her enough to let her see who his daughter is, and where she lives. And he wants Rogue to watch over her, if she becomes a mutant. They later have a moment after Rogue, who was being mind-controlled at the time, badly beats Deadpool, who even with his healing factor, still had to use a cane. She goes to him to ask if he hates her. He quickly tells her that he doesn't, and he doesn't want her to feel bad over him. Rogue kisses him, which heals him, and even restores his original face. Deadpool worries about her getting his memories, feeling she just likes him because she doesn't really know him. Rogue kisses him again, seeing flashes of bad memories. But she tells Deadpool that she can handle it, and that him being in her head is a relief after Red Skull. Deadpool says that's the most romantic thing someone has said to him, before they share a longer kiss in one another's arms. Deadpool is still very much married.
8th Apr '17 5:29:24 PM SilverFang
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** Recent comics have had Deadpool and Rogue seemingly falling for one another, during the rough patch in his marriage. He takes Rogue to see his daughter, using his sniper rifle to get a closer look. Rogue seems touched that Wade has a daughter he loves, and thinks him for showing Ellie to her, noting that she is beautiful. Deadpool wants Rogue to watch over her, if she ever becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to. They later have a moment after Rogue, who was being mind-controlled at the time, beats Deadpool badly. Even with his healing factor, he still has to use a cane. Rogue follows him to ask if he hates her. He quickly tells her that he doesn't, and he doesn't want her to feel bad over him. Rogue kisses him, which heals him, and even restores his original face. Deadpool worries about her getting his memories, feeling she just likes him because she doesn't really know him. Rogue kisses him again, seeing flashes of bad memories. But she tells Deadpool that she can handle it, and that him being in her head is a relief after Red Skull. Deadpool says that was the most romantic thing someone has said to him, before they share a longer kiss in one another's arms.

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** Recent comics have had Deadpool and Rogue seemingly falling for one another, during the rough patch in his marriage. He takes Rogue A big thing was Deadpool trusting her enough to let her see who his daughter, using his sniper rifle to get a closer look. Rogue seems touched that Wade has a daughter he loves, is, and thinks him for showing Ellie to her, noting that where she is beautiful. Deadpool lives. And he wants Rogue to watch over her, if she ever becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to. mutant. They later have a moment after Rogue, who was being mind-controlled at the time, badly beats Deadpool badly. Even Deadpool, who even with his healing factor, he still has had to use a cane. Rogue follows She goes to him to ask if he hates her. He quickly tells her that he doesn't, and he doesn't want her to feel bad over him. Rogue kisses him, which heals him, and even restores his original face. Deadpool worries about her getting his memories, feeling she just likes him because she doesn't really know him. Rogue kisses him again, seeing flashes of bad memories. But she tells Deadpool that she can handle it, and that him being in her head is a relief after Red Skull. Deadpool says that was that's the most romantic thing someone has said to him, before they share a longer kiss in one another's arms.
8th Apr '17 5:21:19 PM SilverFang
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* "ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}" has recently been going through this with his wife Shiklah. At first, they had an OpenRelationship in that both had free-pass lists of people who were allowed "invitations." But Shiklah started "extending her guess list" as Deadpool put it after catching her in bed with Werewolf by Night, whom he shoots. Shortly after, another female creature is revealed to have been in the bed as well. A fight ensues between Shiklah and Deadppol, as they argue about their marriage. Deadpool has not completely been a saint. He made out with his ex, Death, on one occasion, which angered Shiklah, who tells him to sleep in the "nail room" that night because he had "Death Breath."
** Recent comics have had Deadpool and Rogue seemingly falling for one another, during the rough patch in his marriage. He takes Rogue to see his daughter, using his sniper rifle to get a closer look. Rogue seems touched that Wade has a daughter he loves, and thinks him for showing Ellie to her, noting that she is beautiful. Deadpool wants Rogue to watch over her, if she ever becomes a mutant, which Rogue readily agrees to. They later have a moment after Rogue, who was being mind-controlled at the time, beats Deadpool badly. Even with his healing factor, he still has to use a cane. Rogue follows him to ask if he hates her. He quickly tells her that he doesn't, and he doesn't want her to feel bad over him. Rogue kisses him, which heals him, and even restores his original face. Deadpool worries about her getting his memories, feeling she just likes him because she doesn't really know him. Rogue kisses him again, seeing flashes of bad memories. But she tells Deadpool that she can handle it, and that him being in her head is a relief after Red Skull. Deadpool says that was the most romantic thing someone has said to him, before they share a longer kiss in one another's arms.
24th Feb '17 4:29:40 PM jormis29
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* Francois the title character of ''The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe'' is having an affair with his best friend's wife (all three in the same orchestra) - he's made out to be sympathetic as he'd like to terminate it, but is too weak-willed to resist her aggressive advances.
** Ditto in the American remake ''Film/TheManWithOneRedShoe''.

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* Francois the title character of ''The Tall Blond Man With One Black Shoe'' ''Film/TheTallBlondManWithOneBlackShoe'' is having an affair with his best friend's wife (all three in the same orchestra) - he's made out to be sympathetic as he'd like to terminate it, but is too weak-willed to resist her aggressive advances.
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advances. This remains the same in the American remake ''Film/TheManWithOneRedShoe''.
21st Feb '17 10:40:31 PM gewunomox
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* “Part-Time Lover” by StevieWonder describes but does not justify a man’s adultery, but then at the end of the song’s it’s revealed [[LaserGuidedKarma his wife is also having an affair]].

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* “Part-Time Lover” by StevieWonder Music/StevieWonder describes but does not justify a man’s adultery, but then at the end of the song’s it’s revealed [[LaserGuidedKarma his wife is also having an affair]].
13th Feb '17 8:57:54 PM bweb
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* Shows up in the very first episode of NightCourt. The first case that Harry Stone hears is the case of a wife who took a shot at her husband when she caught him with a prostitute. Harry takes the time to talk to the couple, where they reveal the only reason the husband went to the prostitute was because he had felt neglected, and the wife reveals she fired the gun straight up in the air, because she loved her husband too much to actually hurt him. Harry gets them to reconcile, and lets the prostitute off with a light fine, as she turns out to be a HookerWithAHeartOfGold.
28th Jan '17 5:44:31 PM eroock
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-->--'''Rodrigo Borgia''', ''Series/{{Borgia}}'', "1492"

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-->--'''Rodrigo -->-- '''Rodrigo Borgia''', ''Series/{{Borgia}}'', "1492"
17th Jan '17 6:48:19 AM Jeduthun
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* In ''Film/FlorenceFosterJenkins'', Florence's husband St Clair sleeps in a separate apartment and keeps a girlfriend on the side. At first he appears to be a cheater escaping a loveless society marriage, but as the story progresses we learn that they have an understanding and unique circumstances due to [[spoiler:Florence being infected with syphilis from her first marriage and abstaining from sex to avoid giving the disease to St Clair]]. Adultery aside, they are shown to be actually a HappilyMarried couple who dote on each other, care for each other's feelings, and call each other by cute pet names.
15th Jan '17 3:53:04 PM mkmckoy
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* “Part-Time Lover” by StevieWonder describes but does not justify a man’s adultery, but then at the end of the song’s it’s revealed [[LaserGuidedKarma his wife is also having an affair]].
15th Jan '17 10:28:03 AM MsChibi
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* On ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', Joy's adultery is mentioned in the introduction to the first episode, where she gives birth to a child that is ''[[ChocolateBaby clearly]]'' [[ChocolateBaby not Earl's]], which is followed shortly by her divorcing him to be with her longtime lover Darnell while Earl is too doped up on morphine to understand that he's just signed divorce papers. A later episode explores the backstory behind the aforementioned ChocolateBaby: Joy had tricked Earl into marrying her while she was pregnant with an unknown man's baby (Dodge), but then Dodge began to cry all the time, which put a strain on their marriage. They sought the best "marriage counseling" they could afford: watching ''[[TalkShow Montel Williams]]'' on daytime television. Montel was counseling another couple on the show, and advised them to take some time out for themselves, taking turns watching the baby. Joy rushed off to the Crab Shack, and ordered herself several margaritas...and fell into the arms of her longtime crush, Darnell. Soon enough, she became pregnant, and realized that there was a chance that the baby wasn't her husband's. Earl, meanwhile, had no idea that anything was amiss, and was excited to be having a kid that was biologically his...only to find out in the delivery room that that wasn't the case. He angrily gathered up his things, and attempted to move back in with his parents, but his father convinced him to put aside his anger and hurt and stay with Joy and the kids, if only for their sakes. Earl resists, but eventually learns what it's like to care about someone when his dad [[ItMakesSenseInContext throws his old pet gerbils out the window]]. He considers it the only decent thing he'd ever done before starting The List.
** In another episode, Earl goes to make up for driving a neighbor of theirs away back in TheEighties, only to find out that the reason the guy left had nothing to do with Earl's tormenting him, but rather out of shame due to a brief affair with Earl's mother. Their spouses were away at work and self-defense classes (and at least Kay and Carl's marriage was...not so great), and they got drunk on wine coolers and one thing led to another. (In the garage!) She felt guilty about it, and quickly broke it off, never mentioning it until Earl brought it up. The neighbor, meanwhile, left because he was ashamed, and because Kay didn't want to continue the relationship or leave Carl for him. This causes her husband Carl to leave her (and try to start a "revenge affair," with hilarious results), but after crying some ManlyTears with Earl over it, he finds it in his heart to forgive her. Mrs. Hickey lampshades this trope when Joy finds out and comes by to gloat about it.
--> '''Kay''': "I may have had one moment of weakness, but you! You've made cheating a lifestyle!"
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