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28th Nov '17 5:41:39 PM benda
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* The Soviet film ''Office Romance'': A man seduces his director to get a promotion, then it becomes real love before he even notices.

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* The Soviet film film, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin appropriately titled]] ''Office Romance'': A a man seduces his director to get a promotion, then it becomes real love before he even notices.notices. TropeCodifier for Eastern European cinema.
28th Nov '17 5:36:27 PM benda
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* The Russian film ''Office Romance'': A man seduces his director to get a promotion, then it becomes real love before he even notices.

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* The Russian Soviet film ''Office Romance'': A man seduces his director to get a promotion, then it becomes real love before he even notices.
26th Nov '17 6:41:58 AM XFllo
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* ''Series/MondayMornings'' is a medical drama create by Creator/DavidEKelley, and medical issues are brilliantly combined with legal matters. Chelsea General saw some relationships among the doctors, and one is potentially very dangerous for the hospital.

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* ''Series/MondayMornings'' is a medical drama create created by Creator/DavidEKelley, and medical issues are brilliantly combined with legal matters. Chelsea General saw some relationships among the doctors, and one is potentially very dangerous for the hospital.



** Doggett and Reyes, too, though the show was cancelled before we got to see the completion of their romance arc. They were definitely more proactive about their relationship than Mulder and Scully were.

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** Agents Doggett and Reyes, too, though Reyes were a new pair at the bureau who inventigated paranormal cases. The show was cancelled before we got to see the completion of their romance arc. They were definitely more proactive about their relationship than Mulder and Scully were.



* On ''Series/CriminalMinds'', there are fewer office romances than one would think, given the massive amounts of time the team spend together. Kevin and Garcia are the only ones for many seasons (until they break up), but it's implied that it gets around the fraternization rules because while they both work for the FBI, they aren't on the same team and rarely need to work together on the same case.
** In the last season, it's revealed that [[spoiler: Rossi and Strauss]] were having an office romance.

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* On ''Series/CriminalMinds'', there are fewer office romances than one would think, given the massive amounts of time the team spend together. * ''Series/CriminalMinds'':
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Kevin and Garcia work together and are the only ones who form a couple for many seasons (until they break up), but it's implied that it gets around the fraternization rules because while they both work for the FBI, they aren't on the same team and rarely need to work together on the same case.
** In the last season, it's revealed that [[spoiler: Rossi and Strauss]] Strauss were having an office romance.
10th Sep '17 3:47:20 AM Morgenthaler
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5th Sep '17 5:36:53 AM UchuuFlamenco
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** Ross dates an extremely hot woman who is pursuing a doctorate at Ross's department in the museum. The relationship doesn't work out because she is a disgustingly dirty hoarder and her apartment is one big pile of garbage.

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** Ross dates an extremely hot woman who is pursuing a doctorate at Ross's Ross' department in the museum. The relationship doesn't work out because she is a disgustingly dirty hoarder and her apartment is one big pile of garbage.



** When Rachel returns to her job after her maternity leave, her new colleague Gavin constantly teases and mocks her. It's because he kind of likes her, but Rachel and Ross's on again off again thing prevents them dating or starting a relationship.

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** When Rachel returns to her job after her maternity leave, her new colleague Gavin constantly teases and mocks her. It's because he kind of likes her, but Rachel and Ross's Ross' on again off again thing prevents them dating or starting a relationship.
29th Aug '17 8:18:04 AM XFllo
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** Peggy, a single gal, sleeps with Pete who is a newly-wed. They don't last long as a couple. Pete later goes OhCrap when he sees Peggy taking to his wife Trudy.



** Ted Chaugh has an affair with Peggy, his head writer. He wants to leave his wife for her, but breaks it off very soon and leaves Mannhatten. He insists he loves her and Penny is very hurt by his treatment of her.

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** Ted Chaugh Chaough has an affair with Peggy, his head writer. He wants to leave his wife for her, but breaks it off very soon and leaves Mannhatten. He insists he loves her and Penny is very hurt by his treatment of her.
29th Aug '17 8:07:57 AM XFllo
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* ''Series/MadMen'':
** In the first episode, Peggy gets hired as Don's new secretary and tries to impress him and sleep with him, but he has none of it. (He is married and sleeps around the town, but not with office ladies.)
** Don Draper has a seemingly meaningful relationship with Rachel Menken, a Jewish client of Sterling Cooper.
** Joan Holloway and Roger Sterling have a long and passionate love affair. He is one of the bosses in their ad agency and married with a teen daughter while she is a single secretary (who more or less runs the office as an unofficial office manager). Some people know, Roger's older business partner Mr. Cooper, but most are oblivious to the relationship. They break up when Joan gets engaged. Roger continues to have a soft spot for Joan.
** Roger starts a romance with Jane, Don's new hot secretary. Roger gets divorced and marrries Jane very soon after. It was a great surprise for everyone in the office. Don gives Roger shit for it and mocks his sickly sweet happiness.
** Lois keeps looking for a guy to marry at Sterling Cooper, but she is looking at the wrong place. Most men are married and she could be just a mistress, and she soon zooms in on Sal Romano who is gay.
** Don sleeps with his secretary Allison whe he's wasted and she helped him to get home. She feels exploited by him because he pretended like nothing happened.
** Don starts sleeping with Faye Miller. She is a marketing researcher hired by SCDP, and probably the healthiest of Don's post-divorce relationships, until he screws it up. They kept it secret from all people in the office.
** Megan starts at RSDP as Don's new secretary, they sleep together and quickly Don decides to marry her, as he was infatuated with her model looks, magical nanny abilities and desire to work in advertising as a copy writer.
** Ted Chaugh has an affair with Peggy, his head writer. He wants to leave his wife for her, but breaks it off very soon and leaves Mannhatten. He insists he loves her and Penny is very hurt by his treatment of her.
29th Aug '17 7:23:56 AM XFllo
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** When Ted romantically pursues Stella, his dermatologist, his friends try to convince him that it is a bad idea to date somebody who you see all the time, because it makes things awkward when it doesn't work out. Robin, an anchor, describes her affair with their TV station's sports guy. She enjoyed her dates with him but was casual about it. However, he was very clingy and perceived them as a super serious couple.

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** When Ted romantically pursues Stella, his dermatologist, his friends try to convince him that it is a bad idea to date somebody who you see all the time, because it makes things awkward when it doesn't work out. out.
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Robin, an anchor, describes her affair with their TV station's sports guy. She enjoyed her dates with him but was casual about it. However, he was very clingy and perceived them as a super serious couple.



** ZigZagged. When Rachel works for Ralph Lauren, she starts a rumour that a woman was kissing with Ralph, the big man himself. It was her friend Phoebe (not working there, jsut using a xerox machine) and she actually kissed a copy guy who had lied to her. Rachel's boss is interested in the gossip but concludes that the kisser must have been Rachel herself and that she tries to advance her career, and hisses at Rachel that she better not try to steal ''her'' job. They then encounter Lauren in the elevator: twice. Lauren never speaks besides greeting them, and Rachel's boss interprets the silence first as sexual tension and then, luckily for Rachel, as lack of interest. Rachel's boss later admits she herself had an office romance that ended badly -- with the copy guy.

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** ZigZagged. When Rachel works for Ralph Lauren, she starts a rumour that a woman was kissing with Ralph, the big man himself. It was her friend Phoebe (not working there, jsut justt using a xerox machine) and she actually kissed a copy guy who had lied to her. Rachel's boss is interested in the gossip but concludes that the kisser must have been Rachel herself and that she tries to advance her career, and hisses at Rachel that she better not try to steal ''her'' job. They then encounter Lauren in the elevator: twice. Lauren never speaks besides greeting them, and Rachel's boss interprets the silence first as sexual tension and then, luckily for Rachel, as lack of interest. Rachel's boss later admits she herself had an office romance that ended badly -- with the copy guy.



** Joey, an soap opera star playing Dr Drake Remoray, who ReallyGetsAround, sleeps with all the attractive extras of his show. When they all reveal it one by one when shooting one scene, he sheepishly suggests they need to hire new actresses.

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** Joey, an a soap opera star playing Dr Drake Remoray, who ReallyGetsAround, sleeps with all the attractive extras of his show. When they all reveal it one by one when shooting one scene, he sheepishly suggests they need to hire new actresses.
12th Aug '17 9:49:59 AM eroock
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26th May '17 9:06:14 PM RoseAndHeather
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* Country singer Doug Stone's song "(I See You) In A Different Light" is about an office worker who has a crush on the schoolmarm-esque co-worker who sits "three desks down", and how he sees beyond the [[BeautifulAllAlong uptight clothes, hair]] and [[TheGlassesComeOff glasses]]. After they finally go out on a date and sleep together, the office worker reflects the next day on how he sees her "in a different light, with [her] hair falling down and love in [her] eyes" -- and how he's just as glad no one else at the office sees that side of her.

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* Country singer Doug Stone's song "(I See You) In "In A Different Light" is about an office worker who has a crush on the schoolmarm-esque co-worker who sits "three desks down", and how he sees beyond the [[BeautifulAllAlong uptight clothes, hair]] and [[TheGlassesComeOff glasses]]. After they finally go out on a date and sleep together, the office worker reflects the next day on how he sees her "in a different light, with [her] hair falling down and love in [her] eyes" -- and how he's just as glad no one else at the office sees that side of her.
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