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10th Feb '17 10:49:53 AM ectostar
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* ''Series/ScreamQueens2015'' featured a considerable amount of this between Chad and Brock in Season 2. Chad corners him in the shower in a HoYay charged confrontation that becomes a FailedMomentOfDrama when Chad - who is also fully nude - realises "I think our wieners just touched". The episode after that featured a similar scene where Chad once again cornered Brock naked in the shower room, this time noticing that their "wieners" were symmetrical.

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* ''Series/ScreamQueens2015'' featured a considerable amount of this between Chad and Brock in Season 2. Chad corners him in the shower in a HoYay charged confrontation that becomes a FailedMomentOfDrama FailedAttemptAtDrama when Chad - who is also fully nude - realises "I think our wieners just touched". The episode after that featured a similar scene where Chad once again cornered Brock naked in the shower room, this time noticing that their "wieners" were symmetrical.
6th Feb '17 12:52:23 PM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Anime/YuriOnIce'' has plenty characters like this with Yuri/Victor being the most noticeable with the two [[spoiler: becoming a official couple]].
* ''LightNovel/No6'': Shion and Nezumi's relationship is a subplot in the series.
26th Jan '17 1:34:06 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' invokes quite possibly the most nightmarish example ever between Theon Greyjoy/"Reek" and [[TortureTechnician Ramsay Snow]], [[ColdBloodedTorture who tortured Theon so horribly]] that he now doesn't even [[IdentityAmnesia remember his former identity]]. This is done while Ramsay is bathing him no less.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' invokes quite possibly the most nightmarish example ever between Theon Greyjoy/"Reek" and [[TortureTechnician Ramsay Snow]], [[ColdBloodedTorture who tortured Theon so horribly]] that he now doesn't even [[IdentityAmnesia remember his former identity]]. This is done while Ramsay is gently bathing him no less.
27th Dec '16 1:12:19 AM wholockiantrekkie
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* Lt. Malcolm Reed from ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' with Captain Archer, Commander Tucker, and Major Hayes.
24th Nov '16 6:18:58 AM Jackofhearts7
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' has a shocking amount of FoeYay between Emma and Regina, that eventually turns into straight up LesYay when the latter makes a HeelFaceTurn. The first half of Season 4 has Emma attempting to rebuild her friendship with Regina, in pretty much the same way a lover would. One episode has a flashback to Emma's childhood about a friendship that went south - said friendship being incredibly charged with romantic undertones - and it's paralleled to Emma's current stance with Regina. The fact that Regina is the adopted mother of Emma's son Henry has led to a couple of jokes about Henry [[HasTwoMommies having two mothers]], which is certainly no coincidence. It's by far the most popular ship on the show, named 'Swan Queen'.

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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' has a shocking amount of FoeYay between Emma and Regina, that eventually turns into straight up LesYay when the latter makes a HeelFaceTurn. The first half of Season 4 has Emma attempting to rebuild her friendship with Regina, in pretty much the same way a lover would. One episode has a flashback to Emma's childhood about a friendship that went south - said friendship being incredibly charged with romantic undertones - and it's paralleled to Emma's current stance with Regina. The fact that Regina is the adopted adoptive mother of Emma's son Henry has led to a couple of jokes about Henry [[HasTwoMommies having two mothers]], which is certainly no coincidence. It's by far the most popular ship on the show, named 'Swan Queen'.
23rd Nov '16 3:49:24 PM Jackofhearts7
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** The fact of Henry having two mothers has by now become canon. It has even been referred to multiple times by the characters themselves.
13th Oct '16 5:23:37 AM fearlessnikki
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* ''{{Film/Foxcatcher}}'' adds in subtext that March Schultz and John Du Pont have a twisted sexual relationship going on. This ranges from seemingly insignificant things like Mark frequently being shirtless around John to rather questionable scenes - such as a late-night wrestling practice, and Mark giving John an IntimateHaircut. The real Mark Schultz took exception to this implication and slammed the film, before calming down after a while.


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* ''Series/ScreamQueens2015'' featured a considerable amount of this between Chad and Brock in Season 2. Chad corners him in the shower in a HoYay charged confrontation that becomes a FailedMomentOfDrama when Chad - who is also fully nude - realises "I think our wieners just touched". The episode after that featured a similar scene where Chad once again cornered Brock naked in the shower room, this time noticing that their "wieners" were symmetrical.
* ''Series/OnceUponATime'' has a shocking amount of FoeYay between Emma and Regina, that eventually turns into straight up LesYay when the latter makes a HeelFaceTurn. The first half of Season 4 has Emma attempting to rebuild her friendship with Regina, in pretty much the same way a lover would. One episode has a flashback to Emma's childhood about a friendship that went south - said friendship being incredibly charged with romantic undertones - and it's paralleled to Emma's current stance with Regina. The fact that Regina is the adopted mother of Emma's son Henry has led to a couple of jokes about Henry [[HasTwoMommies having two mothers]], which is certainly no coincidence. It's by far the most popular ship on the show, named 'Swan Queen'.


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* ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' has Courtney Grippling inexplicably taking an interest in Ginger and constantly going out of her way to be her friend - with a few episode plots paralleling the ManicPixieDreamGirl. Courtney's best friend Miranda also gets incredibly jealous at her interest in Ginger, making the situation look like YourCheatingHeart. Most of Miranda's antagonising of Ginger is usually out of jealousy. WordOfGod is that they considered having Courtney reveal she was in love with Ginger but it got an ExecutiveVeto.
25th Sep '16 11:42:30 AM NoSpoilerz
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* ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' has [[BiTheWay Donnie]], who who [[OopsIForgotIWasMarried despite being married]] gets an entire episode's worth of focus on his heavily implied affairs with two male internet reviewers, titled appropriately enough, ''Lost in Translation: Bromance Version''. He also gets tons of ShipTease with the rest of the cast, especially [[HoYay Karl]], [[OneTrueThreesome Tacoma and Rebecca]].

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* ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' has [[BiTheWay Donnie]], who who [[OopsIForgotIWasMarried despite being married]] gets an entire episode's worth of focus on his heavily implied affairs with two male internet reviewers, titled appropriately enough, ''Lost in Translation: Bromance Version''. He also gets tons of ShipTease with the rest of the cast, especially [[HoYay Karl]], [[OneTrueThreesome Tacoma and Rebecca]].
11th Sep '16 5:31:37 PM darkabomination
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** Everything is done to imply that Pearl was in love with Rose, with Pearl having one hell of a SubordinateExcuse that saw her dedicating herself ''completely'' to the other gem, and Rose making her "feel like [she] was ''everything''". "We Need to Talk" shows Pearl's jealousy over Rose being close with Greg and they have [[http://stevenuniverse.tk/post/121873359244/ an intensely sensual fusion]], ''Rainbow'' Quartz (subtle).

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** Everything is done to imply that Pearl was in love with Rose, with Pearl having one hell of a SubordinateExcuse that saw her dedicating herself ''completely'' to the other gem, and Rose making her "feel like [she] was ''everything''". "We Need to Talk" shows Pearl's jealousy over Rose being close with Greg and they have [[http://stevenuniverse.tk/post/121873359244/ an intensely sensual fusion]], ''Rainbow'' Quartz (subtle).Quartz. In "Mr. Greg", Pearl sings an emotional piano ballad about how she was always fine with the men Rose would bring home because she knew they didn't matter until Greg entered the picture. She later admits after Steven urges them to talk out their feelings that she never hated him and that Greg feels terrible because in his own words, "I knew how you felt about Rose, and I stayed anyway".



*** Then there's "Alone At Sea", which plays this as creepily and blatantly as possible with the abusive treatment. Lapis hates Jasper and frequently tells Steven she doesn't deserve to be happy and is a terrible person while admitting she misses Jasper. Meanwhile, Jasper has been stalking Lapis across the ocean looking for her, begging and intimidating her into fusing as Malachite again, complete with saying word-for-word "it'll be different this time! I've changed, you've changed me!" while having body language painfully accurate of husbands/wives about to hurt a spouse. While both have done terrible things to each other, Lapis was the first to be forced into making the fusion, and admits she never wants to go back to the way they were.
** Pearl and the Mystery Girl in "Last One Out of Beach City. The whole episode emulates an 80s teen romance film, with Mysterious Girl evoking desire within the insecure protagonist, having friends who urge her to pursue her feelings, getting over her shieness, and ending with the girl giving Pearl her phone number. Amethyst is even listed as "Ultimate Wingman" at the end of the credits.



*** Then there's "ALone At Sea", which plays this as creepily and blatantly as possible with the abusive treatment. Lapis hates Jasper and frequently tells Steven she doesn't deserve to be happy and is a terrible person while admitting she misses Jasper. Meanwhile, Jasper has been stalking Lapis across the ocean looking for her, begging and intimidating her into fusing as Malachite again, complete with saying word-for-word "it'll be different this time! I've changed, you've changed me!" while her body language is painfully accurate of husbands/wives about to hurt a spouse. WHile both have done terrible things to each other, Lapis was the first to be forced into making the fusion and admits she never wants to go back.
** Pearl and the Mystery Girl in "Last One Out of Beach City. The whole episode emulates an 80s teen romance film, with Mysterious Girl evoking desire within the insecure protagonist, having friends who urge her to pursue her feelings, getting over her shieness, and ending with the girl giving Pearl her phone number. Amethyst is even listed as "Ultimate Wingman" at the end of the credits.
11th Sep '16 5:16:48 PM darkabomination
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*** Then there's "ALone At Sea", which plays this as creepily and blatantly as possible with the abusive treatment. Lapis hates Jasper and frequently tells Steven she doesn't deserve to be happy and is a terrible person while admitting she misses Jasper. Meanwhile, Jasper has been stalking Lapis across the ocean looking for her, begging and intimidating her into fusing as Malachite again, complete with saying word-for-word "it'll be different this time! I've changed, you've changed me!" while her body language is painfully accurate of husbands/wives about to hurt a spouse. WHile both have done terrible things to each other, Lapis was the first to be forced into making the fusion and admits she never wants to go back.
** Pearl and the Mystery Girl in "Last One Out of Beach City. The whole episode emulates an 80s teen romance film, with Mysterious Girl evoking desire within the insecure protagonist, having friends who urge her to pursue her feelings, getting over her shieness, and ending with the girl giving Pearl her phone number. Amethyst is even listed as "Ultimate Wingman" at the end of the credits.
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