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16th Feb '18 7:44:11 AM JackG
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet until a cure is found. The episode was designed to explore their {{UST}} in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a recent episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].

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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''.
** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. When Paris and Neelix [[LoveTriangle start playing tug of war with Kes]], it's only a matter of time before the pair of them crash land on a planet and have to overcome the odds to help a cute widdle alien baby to be born.
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In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet until a cure is found. The episode was designed to explore their {{UST}} in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In Averted in the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a recent episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].
16th Feb '18 7:37:43 AM JackG
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'. In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet until a cure is found. The episode was designed to explore their {{UST}} in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a recent episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].

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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'.''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet until a cure is found. The episode was designed to explore their {{UST}} in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a recent episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].
16th Feb '18 7:36:08 AM JackG
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'. In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a contagious disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet for a few months. The episode was designed to explore their UST in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a previous episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].

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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'. In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a contagious disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet for until a few months. cure is found. The episode was designed to explore their UST {{UST}} in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a previous recent episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].
16th Feb '18 7:33:22 AM JackG
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** There's also a ''Voyager'' episode where Janeway and Chakotay get a contagious disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet for a few months.

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** There's also a ''Voyager'' episode where ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'. In "Resolutions", Janeway and Chakotay get a contagious disease that forces Voyager to maroon them on their own planet for a few months.months. The episode was designed to explore their UST in an environment where neither had to worry about their command responsibilities. In the Season 7 episode "Natural Law", Chakotay is stranded on a planet with Seven of Nine. Given this trope, the actors wanted to follow up on the C/7 attraction shown in a previous episode. [[StatusQuoIsGod They were refused by the Powers That Be]] so their RelationshipUpgrade in the final episode [[StrangledByTheRedString appears to come out of nowhere]].
16th Feb '18 7:28:23 AM JackG
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* ''Series/BlakesSeven'' episode ''Sand'' has enemies Tarrant and Servalan stuck in a room together. Also ''Redemption'' has Avon and Jenna in a cell together. Technically, they're allies, but that doesn't mean they like each other!

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* ''Series/BlakesSeven'' ''Series/BlakesSeven''
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episode ''Sand'' has enemies Tarrant and Servalan stranded on a planet together, then stuck in a room together. Also that's buried in sand together. The end up consummating their FoeRomanceSubtext.
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''Redemption'' has Avon and Jenna in a cell together. Technically, they're allies, but that doesn't mean they like each other!
1st Feb '18 8:10:33 AM kquinn0830
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* ''Theatre/Curtains'': Since Jessica Crenshaw was murdered during the ShowWithinAShow 's bow, Lt. Cioffi believes she was murdered by a member of the production and sequesters the theater until he can solve the case.

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* ''Theatre/Curtains'': ''Theatre/{{Curtains}}'': Since Jessica Crenshaw was murdered during the ShowWithinAShow 's bow, Lt. Cioffi believes she was murdered by a member of the production and sequesters the theater until he can solve the case. The good thing is it gives everyone the chance to fix the show and work through their personal problems.
31st Jan '18 10:27:28 AM kquinn0830
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* ''Theatre/Curtains'': Since Jessica Crenshaw was murdered during the ShowWithinAShow 's bow, Lt. Cioffi believes she was murdered by a member of the production and sequesters the theater until he can solve the case.
8th Jan '18 7:38:04 AM Cryoclaste
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* The NancyDrew mystery novels were written (by uncredited authors under a house pseudonym) for children and teens, therefore [[ExecutiveMeddling the editors were]] [[MoralGuardians adamant]] that [[ContractualPurity teen sleuth]] Nancy Drew could not ever be [[BoundAndGagged tied up, chained, or shackled]], [[BondageIsBad since these bondage predicaments]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar could have sexual implications]]. But it was recognized that, for plot purposes, a story's villain might have a legitimate need to restrain Nancy's movements. The only acceptable way to do this was for the villain to lock Nancy in a room, leaving her completely unfettered within the room but unable to leave.

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* The NancyDrew ''Literature/NancyDrew'' mystery novels were written (by uncredited authors under a house pseudonym) for children and teens, therefore [[ExecutiveMeddling the editors were]] [[MoralGuardians adamant]] that [[ContractualPurity teen sleuth]] Nancy Drew could not ever be [[BoundAndGagged tied up, chained, or shackled]], [[BondageIsBad since these bondage predicaments]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar could have sexual implications]]. But it was recognized that, for plot purposes, a story's villain might have a legitimate need to restrain Nancy's movements. The only acceptable way to do this was for the villain to lock Nancy in a room, leaving her completely unfettered within the room but unable to leave.
25th Oct '17 9:50:51 PM sgamer82
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* Chapter twelve of ''Manga/OmujoOmutsuJoshi'' has Morei call Shouta to a gym storage room to make a second attempt at confessing her love, the first having failed due to Shouta misinterpreting Morei's trying to appeal to what she incorrectly thought was his fetish as Morei confessing ''her'' fetish. They get locked in the storeroom and only escape when, in embarrassment after a PottyEmergency becomes PottyFailure, Morei punches Shouta through the door.
21st Oct '17 1:57:02 PM EDP
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' fanfic ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/12444282/chapters/28319676 Volpina, the Accidental Matchmaker]]'', Lila gets Akumatized into Volpina out of frustration at [[ObliviousToLove Adrien's inability to recognize Marinette's crush on him]], and, after a simpler attempt failed, locked them in the nearest locker room. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The end result is in the title]].
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