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11th Feb '16 10:44:49 PM SpaceWolf
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Naturally, this is ''far'' less common in newer (ie. 1990's onward) works than in older works. However, the archetype is still used often enough that it has not yet become a DiscreditedTrope. It is also, at least, TruthInTelevision if the woman decides to be a stay at home mom.
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Naturally, this is ''far'' less common in newer (ie. 1990's onward) works than in older works. However, the archetype is still used often enough that it has not yet become a DiscreditedTrope. It is also, at least, TruthInTelevision if the woman decides to be a stay at home stay-at-home mom.
13th Jan '16 8:18:17 PM FF32
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** Brailee Ewers of Arefu [[PlayingWithATrope shows shades]] of this, though it's {{Cloudcuckoolander mostly in her head}}.
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** Brailee Ewers of Arefu [[PlayingWithATrope shows shades]] of this, though it's {{Cloudcuckoolander [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} mostly in her head}}.head]].
30th Dec '15 2:34:43 PM Shacob
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* Barbara Johnson a.k.a. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Housewife]] (pictured above), one of the playable characters from ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}: Multiplayer''. She is described as "a dutiful housewife and an attentive mother" but with "[[StepfordSmiler a familiar and nagging sense that there must be something more]]," since ''Bioshock'' is a an [[ActionGame Action]] and SurvivalHorror Game [[FromBadToWorse things don't get any better for her]]. Once she's chosen to be a [[TestedOnHumans product tester]] by a company called [[MegaCorp Sinclair Solutions]] she grabs her [[ImprobableWeaponUser frying pan]] and starts rampaging on the battlefield. As she get more and more addicted to [[PsychoSerum ADAM]] she loses her grip on reality and start hallucinating that the warzone is her household and that the [[CreepyChild Little Sister]] is her daughter. In the end she acts in ways no typical housewife would.
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* Barbara Johnson a.k.a. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Housewife]] (pictured above), one of the playable characters from ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}: Multiplayer''. She is described as "a dutiful housewife and an attentive mother" but with "[[StepfordSmiler a familiar and nagging sense that there must be something more]]," since ''Bioshock'' is a an [[ActionGame Action]] and SurvivalHorror Game [[FromBadToWorse things don't get any better for her]]. Once she's chosen to be a [[TestedOnHumans product tester]] by a company called [[MegaCorp Sinclair Solutions]] she grabs her [[ImprobableWeaponUser [[FryingPanofDoom frying pan]] and starts rampaging on the battlefield. As she get more and more addicted to [[PsychoSerum ADAM]] she loses her grip on reality and start hallucinating that the warzone is her household and that the [[CreepyChild Little Sister]] is her daughter. In the end she acts in ways no typical housewife would.
7th Dec '15 10:17:34 PM PaulA
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* ''Film/OurMissBrooks'', the [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[GrandFinale]] of the series of the same name: Miss Brooks, a teacher, wants to marry fellow teacher Mr. Boynton and become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler:Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of the film, living HappilyEverAfter]].
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* ''Film/OurMissBrooks'', the [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[GrandFinale]] [[GrandFinale finale]] of the series of the same name: Miss Brooks, a teacher, wants to marry fellow teacher Mr. Boynton and become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler:Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of the film, living HappilyEverAfter]].
7th Dec '15 10:17:03 PM PaulA
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' SeriesGoal is to marry Mr. Boynton, and in the [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[GrandFinale]] it is explicit that she wants to become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler: Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of the film, living HappilyEverAfter]].
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' SeriesGoal is to marry Mr. Boynton, and in ''Film/OurMissBrooks'', the [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[GrandFinale]] it is explicit that she of the series of the same name: Miss Brooks, a teacher, wants to marry fellow teacher Mr. Boynton and become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler: Miss [[spoiler:Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of the film, living HappilyEverAfter]].

* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': ** Martha Conklin is a housewife ** Miss Brooks' SeriesGoal is to marry Mr. Boynton. In several episodes (i.e. "The Wrong Mrs. Boyton") it is made explicit that Miss Brooks wants to become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler: Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of TheMovie GrandFinale, living HappilyEverAfter]].
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': ** Martha Conklin is a housewife housewife. ** Miss Brooks' SeriesGoal is to marry fellow teacher Mr. Boynton. In several episodes (i.e. "The Wrong Mrs. Boyton") it is made explicit that Miss Brooks wants to become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler: Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of TheMovie GrandFinale, living HappilyEverAfter]].
24th Nov '15 1:42:32 PM StFan
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** ComicBook/JoZetteAndJocko, where Jo and Zette's mother is a housewife who is mostly seen at home while their father goes out to work. Her role is mostly reduced to worrying about the children. Even Creator/{{Herge}}, who drew the comic strip felt the series didn't allow him much creative freedom. Every time he sent the children out on adventure he had to work the parents in there somewhere. After only five albums he gave up and returned to ComicBook/{{Tintin}}, who at least is family free and could do whatever he wanted. ** ComicStrip/QuickAndFlupke: Another series drawn by Hergé where Quick and Flupke's mothers are both housewives, whose roles consist of nothing else but them cooking, cleaning and shopping. ** ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske: Suske and Wiske have an adoptive relative, Tante Sidonia (''Aunt Sidonia'') who does all the chores a normal mother would do. Yet she doesn't stay at home when the children go on adventure, but comes along with them. Creator/WillyVandersteen, creator of the comic strip, gave the children an aunt instead of a real mother, because ''real parents would never allow their children to go on adventure''. ** ComicStrip/{{Nero}}: Madam Nero, Nero's wife and Madam Pheip, the wife of Meneer Pheip are traditional housewives in the sense that they do all kinds of domestic activities. Yet Madam Pheip is a bit more outgoing and willing to go on adventure when her children or Nero and his friends are in danger. ** ComicBook/{{Jommeke}}: Jommeke's mother and Filiberke's mother are both housewives who do traditional kitchen-and-household activities and always stay at home. ** ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes: Charlotte, Kiekeboe's wife, is still a housewife, but her role has changed over the years. She sometimes takes part-time jobs outside the house, which allow her to have adventures of her own. ** ComicBook/TomPoes: Doddeltje, Olivier B. Bommel's love interest whom he eventually marries, is a caring and admiring wife. She takes the role of housewife, but seeing that Bommel is a noble man who is rich her domestic activities are not that dominant. ** ComicBook/BouleEtBill: Boule's mother is a traditional housewife and most of the gags don't put her in the forefront. ** ComicBook/JanJansEnDeKinderen: Jans is a housewife, but as the decades went on she too started working outside the house. At a certain point she switched jobs with her husband. He stays at home and takes care of the children, while she works. ** ComicBook/LePetitSpirou: Spirou's mother is a traditional housewife and only plays a minor role in the series as cast member. ** ComicBook/{{Urbanus}}: Eufrazie is a very docile and devote housewife, who main activitity seems to be cleaning the Virgin Maria statue on the cupboard. She does get involved in the adventures, however, and has been known to protest when her BerserkButton is pushed.
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** ComicBook/JoZetteAndJocko, ''ComicBook/JoZetteAndJocko'', where Jo and Zette's mother is a housewife who is mostly seen at home while their father goes out to work. Her role is mostly reduced to worrying about the children. Even Creator/{{Herge}}, who drew the comic strip felt the series didn't allow him much creative freedom. Every time he sent the children out on adventure he had to work the parents in there somewhere. After only five albums he gave up and returned to ComicBook/{{Tintin}}, who at least is family free and could do whatever he wanted. ** ComicStrip/QuickAndFlupke: ''ComicStrip/QuickAndFlupke'': Another series drawn by Hergé where Quick and Flupke's mothers are both housewives, whose roles consist of nothing else but them cooking, cleaning and shopping. ** ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske: ''ComicBook/SuskeEnWiske'': Suske and Wiske have an adoptive relative, Tante Sidonia (''Aunt Sidonia'') who does all the chores a normal mother would do. Yet she doesn't stay at home when the children go on adventure, but comes along with them. Creator/WillyVandersteen, creator of the comic strip, gave the children an aunt instead of a real mother, because ''real parents would never allow their children to go on adventure''. ** ComicStrip/{{Nero}}: ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'': Madam Nero, Nero's wife and Madam Pheip, the wife of Meneer Pheip are traditional housewives in the sense that they do all kinds of domestic activities. Yet Madam Pheip is a bit more outgoing and willing to go on adventure when her children or Nero and his friends are in danger. ** ComicBook/{{Jommeke}}: ''ComicBook/{{Jommeke}}'': Jommeke's mother and Filiberke's mother are both housewives who do traditional kitchen-and-household activities and always stay at home. ** ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes: ComicBook/DeKiekeboes: Charlotte, Kiekeboe's wife, is still a housewife, but her role has changed over the years. She sometimes takes part-time jobs outside the house, which allow her to have adventures of her own. ** ComicBook/TomPoes: ''ComicBook/TomPoes'': Doddeltje, Olivier B. Bommel's love interest whom he eventually marries, is a caring and admiring wife. She takes the role of housewife, but seeing that Bommel is a noble man who is rich her domestic activities are not that dominant. ** ComicBook/BouleEtBill: ''ComicBook/BouleEtBill'': Boule's mother is a traditional housewife and most of the gags don't put her in the forefront. ** ComicBook/JanJansEnDeKinderen: ''ComicBook/JanJansEnDeKinderen'': Jans is a housewife, but as the decades went on she too started working outside the house. At a certain point she switched jobs with her husband. He stays at home and takes care of the children, while she works. ** ComicBook/LePetitSpirou: ''ComicBook/LePetitSpirou'': Spirou's mother is a traditional housewife and only plays a minor role in the series as cast member. ** ComicBook/{{Urbanus}}: ''ComicBook/{{Urbanus}}'': Eufrazie is a very docile and devote housewife, who main activitity seems to be cleaning the Virgin Maria statue on the cupboard. She does get involved in the adventures, however, and has been known to protest when her BerserkButton is pushed.
24th Nov '15 11:47:24 AM StFan
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* ComicStrip/JanJansEnDeKinderen: Jans is a housewife, but as the decades went on she too started working outside the house. At a certain point she switched jobs with her husband. He stays at home and takes care of the children, while she works.
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* ComicStrip/JanJansEnDeKinderen: ** ComicBook/JanJansEnDeKinderen: Jans is a housewife, but as the decades went on she too started working outside the house. At a certain point she switched jobs with her husband. He stays at home and takes care of the children, while she works.

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[[folder: Film [[folder:Comic Strips]] * Every family-oriented comic strip is covered by this trope, although some housewives eventually found jobs outside of the house. ** ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'': She was an archetypical example, doing all the cooking and cleaning, until she got her own catering business. ** ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois'': Lois at first before she became a real estate agent. ** ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'': The mother gave up her career to raise Calvin. She sometimes wonders if she made the right choice. *** Calvin's dad references that both were working when she got pregnant. According to him, her job was demanding and toiling. Calvin assumed that she ended up quitting; in fact, she got used to it, which was why she was better suited to stay at home and look after him, much to Calvin's surprise and annoyance. ** ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Andy has a part-time job as a newspaper columnist, but she's mainly a housewife. ** ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues'': Wanda even cried when they asked her to go back to work in one of the early strips. In today's strips, she still has mixed feelings about it, and in the AnimatedAdaptation final episode, she wanted to go back to work, only to [[spoiler: change her mind again and go back to taking care of Zoe, leaving the Nap Nook business to Melinda.]] ** Alice Mitchell in ''Comicstrip/DennisTheMenaceUS''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]


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[[folder: Newspaper Comics ]] * Every family-oriented comic strip is covered by this trope, although some housewives eventually found jobs outside of the house. ** ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'': She was an archetypical example, doing all the cooking and cleaning, until she got her own catering business. ** ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois'': Lois at first before she became a real estate agent. ** ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'': The mother gave up her career to raise Calvin. She sometimes wonders if she made the right choice. *** Calvin's dad references that both were working when she got pregnant. According to him, her job was demanding and toiling. Calvin assumed that she ended up quitting; in fact, she got used to it, which was why she was better suited to stay at home and look after him, much to Calvin's surprise and annoyance. ** ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Andy has a part-time job as a newspaper columnist, but she's mainly a housewife. ** ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues'': Wanda even cried when they asked her to go back to work in one of the early strips. In today's strips, she still has mixed feelings about it, and in the AnimatedAdaptation final episode, she wanted to go back to work, only to [[spoiler: change her mind again and go back to taking care of Zoe, leaving the Nap Nook business to Melinda.]] ** Alice Mitchell in ''Comicstrip/DennisTheMenaceUS''.
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[[folder: Newspaper Comics ]] [[folder:Tabletop Games]] * Every family-oriented comic strip is covered by The [[LivingDollCollector Melissidae bloodline]] from ''TabletopGame/VampiretheRequiem'' sometimes invoke this trope, although some role to hide their undead activities under a facade of being a loving wife living in a small house with a white picket fence caring for her nuclear family. [[spoiler: Said housewives eventually found jobs outside usually being absolutely inhumanly insane. Also due in part of the house. ** ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'': She was an archetypical example, doing all the cooking and cleaning, until she got her own catering business. ** ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois'': Lois at first before she became a real estate agent. ** ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'': The mother gave up her career to raise Calvin. She sometimes wonders if she their loving "families" actually being made the right choice. *** Calvin's dad references that both up of kidnapped strangers who were working when she got pregnant. According tortured, brainwashed and subjugated to him, the Melissidae's screaming hive mind to the point where they lost their sentience and began acting as mindless drones to their new queen, living and dying to her job was demanding and toiling. Calvin assumed that she ended up quitting; in fact, she got used to it, which was why she was better suited to stay at home and look after him, much to Calvin's surprise and annoyance. ** ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Andy has a part-time job whims]]. Yikes! * The very dark ''{{KULT}}'' once suggested this as a newspaper columnist, playable character -- looks straight, but she's mainly a housewife. ** ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues'': Wanda even cried when they asked spends her to go back to work in one of the early strips. In today's strips, she still has mixed feelings time reading old tomes about it, and in the AnimatedAdaptation final episode, she wanted how to go back to work, only to [[spoiler: change her mind again and go back to taking care of Zoe, leaving the Nap Nook business to Melinda.]] ** Alice Mitchell in ''Comicstrip/DennisTheMenaceUS''. summon {{eldritch abomination}}s.

[[folder: Tabletop Games ]] * The [[LivingDollCollector Melissidae bloodline]] from ''TabletopGame/VampiretheRequiem'' sometimes invoke this role to hide their undead activities under a facade of being a loving wife living in a small house with a white picket fence caring for her nuclear family. [[spoiler: Said housewives usually being absolutely inhumanly insane. Also due in part of their loving "families" actually being made up of kidnapped strangers who were tortured, brainwashed and subjugated to the Melissidae's screaming hive mind to the point where they lost their sentience and began acting as mindless drones to their new queen, living and dying to her whims]]. Yikes! * The very dark ''{{KULT}}'' once suggested this as a playable character -- looks straight, but spends her time reading old tomes about how to summon {{eldritch abomination}}s. [[/folder]] [[folder: Video Games ]]
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15th Nov '15 7:59:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''LoveAndBasketball'', Monica's mother Camille stays at home and doesn't approve of her daughter's interest in basketball. This is a source of conflict for them, because Monica thinks of her mother as an ExtremeDoormat and Camille doesn't understand Monica.
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* In ''LoveAndBasketball'', ''Film/LoveAndBasketball'', Monica's mother Camille stays at home and doesn't approve of her daughter's interest in basketball. This is a source of conflict for them, because Monica thinks of her mother as an ExtremeDoormat and Camille doesn't understand Monica.

* Celie from ''TheColorPurple'' ends up early on as a housewife of an abusive Mr. [[spoiler: Albert]], taking care of kids who don't even accept her at first. [[TheWoobie Woobie]] ensued.
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* Celie from ''TheColorPurple'' ''Literature/TheColorPurple'' ends up early on as a housewife of an abusive Mr. [[spoiler: Albert]], taking care of kids who don't even accept her at first. [[TheWoobie Woobie]] ensued.

* June Cleaver on ''LeaveItToBeaver'' is the archetypal television example.
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* June Cleaver on ''LeaveItToBeaver'' ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'' is the archetypal television example.

%%* Mum from ''OnTheBuses''
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%%* Mum from ''OnTheBuses''''Series/OnTheBuses''

* Genderflipeed in ''HannahMontana'' of all places where Robbie Ray does a fair share of the home-making duties.
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* Genderflipeed in ''HannahMontana'' ''Series/HannahMontana'' of all places where Robbie Ray does a fair share of the home-making duties.

* In ''{{Smallville}}'' Martha Kent can generally be [[FeminineWomenCanCook found in the kitchen]] especially in seasons one and three and part of two when she's not working for Lionel or running the Talon. * Amy Matthews of ''BoyMeetsWorld'' acts every bit the domestic one, doing all the cooking and cleaning, from the beginning usually letting us forget about her real-estate career in the first season. * ''SeventhHeaven'''s Annie Camden studied everything from art to business and economics for the express purpose of running a household. * {{Roseanne}} threw this image out the window and replaced it with something much closer to reality. They even lampshaded the differences on a clip show hosted by Roseanne and a committee of TV moms who had come to "set her straight."
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* In ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' Martha Kent can generally be [[FeminineWomenCanCook found in the kitchen]] especially in seasons one and three and part of two when she's not working for Lionel or running the Talon. * Amy Matthews of ''BoyMeetsWorld'' ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' acts every bit the domestic one, doing all the cooking and cleaning, from the beginning usually letting us forget about her real-estate career in the first season. * ''SeventhHeaven'''s ''Series/SeventhHeaven'''s Annie Camden studied everything from art to business and economics for the express purpose of running a household. * {{Roseanne}} Series/{{Roseanne}} threw this image out the window and replaced it with something much closer to reality. They even lampshaded the differences on a clip show hosted by Roseanne and a committee of TV moms who had come to "set her straight."

%%* Jean Weir from ''FreaksAndGeeks''. %%* Debra Barone from ''EverybodyLovesRaymond''.
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%%* Jean Weir from ''FreaksAndGeeks''. ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks''. %%* Debra Barone from ''EverybodyLovesRaymond''.''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond''.

** ''{{Blondie}}'': She was an archetypical example, doing all the cooking and cleaning, until she got her own catering business. ** ''HiAndLois'': Lois at first before she became a real estate agent.
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** ''{{Blondie}}'': ''ComicStrip/{{Blondie}}'': She was an archetypical example, doing all the cooking and cleaning, until she got her own catering business. ** ''HiAndLois'': ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois'': Lois at first before she became a real estate agent.

** ''FoxTrot'': Andy has a part-time job as a newspaper columnist, but she's mainly a housewife.
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** ''FoxTrot'': ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'': Andy has a part-time job as a newspaper columnist, but she's mainly a housewife.

* The [[LivingDollCollector Melissidae bloodline]] from ''VampiretheRequiem'' sometimes invoke this role to hide their undead activities under a facade of being a loving wife living in a small house with a white picket fence caring for her nuclear family. [[spoiler: Said housewives usually being absolutely inhumanly insane. Also due in part of their loving "families" actually being made up of kidnapped strangers who were tortured, brainwashed and subjugated to the Melissidae's screaming hive mind to the point where they lost their sentience and began acting as mindless drones to their new queen, living and dying to her whims]]. Yikes!
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* The [[LivingDollCollector Melissidae bloodline]] from ''VampiretheRequiem'' ''TabletopGame/VampiretheRequiem'' sometimes invoke this role to hide their undead activities under a facade of being a loving wife living in a small house with a white picket fence caring for her nuclear family. [[spoiler: Said housewives usually being absolutely inhumanly insane. Also due in part of their loving "families" actually being made up of kidnapped strangers who were tortured, brainwashed and subjugated to the Melissidae's screaming hive mind to the point where they lost their sentience and began acting as mindless drones to their new queen, living and dying to her whims]]. Yikes!

* Mistel from ''YggdraUnion'' always claims to be one, but although she does all the housework for her grandfather, she's not actually married -- her fiance ran off on her before the start of the game. She's very proud of her domestic skills, and they do not stop her from [[{{Badass}} kicking massive amounts of enemy ass]].
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* Mistel from ''YggdraUnion'' ''VideoGame/YggdraUnion'' always claims to be one, but although she does all the housework for her grandfather, she's not actually married -- her fiance ran off on her before the start of the game. She's very proud of her domestic skills, and they do not stop her from [[{{Badass}} kicking massive amounts of enemy ass]].
5th Nov '15 4:40:19 PM nombretomado
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* Kasumi Tendo of ''RanmaOneHalf'' after her mother's demise, despite not being married she maintains the Tendo household.
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* Kasumi Tendo of ''RanmaOneHalf'' ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' after her mother's demise, despite not being married she maintains the Tendo household.
23rd Oct '15 2:58:16 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' SeriesGoal is to marry Mr. Boynton, and in the [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[GrandFinale]] it is explicit that she wants to become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler: Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of the film, living HappilyEverAfter]].

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': ** Martha Conklin is a housewife ** Miss Brooks' SeriesGoal is to marry Mr. Boynton. In several episodes (i.e. "The Wrong Mrs. Boyton") it is made explicit that Miss Brooks wants to become a fulltime housewife and mother. [[spoiler: Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton marry at the end of TheMovie GrandFinale, living HappilyEverAfter]].
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