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6th Dec '17 10:34:55 AM Hanz
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* Junkrat and Roadhog, the duo of Australian Junkers (anarchists, criminals and survivalists from a Mad-Max-style Australian Outback), from ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' perfectly embody this trope, even if they're same gendered.
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* Junkrat The [[Webvideo/{{h3h3productions}} h3h3 DLC]] turns Youtube vloggers Ethan and Roadhog, the duo of Australian Junkers (anarchists, criminals Hila Klein into bank robbers, with their shared perk deck being titled "Tag Team" and survivalists from a Mad-Max-style Australian Outback), from ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' perfectly embody this trope, even if they're same gendered.
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19th Nov '17 7:07:46 PM DrOO7
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* A mother and son version: [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sante_Kimes Sante and Kenny Kimes]]. Even worse, while it was vehemently denied by both of them, the body language and dialogue observed by others indicate that the "[[ParentalIncest lovers]]" label can apply to them too.
17th Nov '17 11:51:28 AM Googolplex20
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*In ''Film/Scarface1932'', Tony Camonte and his sister Cesca become a [[BrotherSisterIncest borderline incestuous case]] of this by the end. Cesca shows up at Tony's house to kill him because he killed her boyfriend, but when the cops show up and surround them she [[EasilyForgiven immediately forgets about it]] and giddily helps him shoot at the police instead. His will to fight vanishes as soon as she is killed and she dies begging him to hold her.
3rd Nov '17 7:45:34 PM DustSnitch
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', the AntiHero Gaius returns to his LovableRogue ways in all of his endings. Some of his prospect wives join in his adventures, some don't; the ones who do so more openly are the ProudWarriorRaceGirl Panne, the BadassAdorable Nowi, the BadassPrincess Lissa and ''specially'' the LadyOfBlackMagic Tharja.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', the AntiHero Gaius returns to his LovableRogue ways in all of his endings. Some of his prospect wives join in his adventures, some don't; the ones who do so more openly are the ProudWarriorRaceGirl Panne, the BadassAdorable Nowi, the BadassPrincess Princess Lissa and ''specially'' the LadyOfBlackMagic Tharja.
31st Oct '17 9:53:24 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' had an episode featuring the 'Souvenir Bandits,' two dimwitted boobs who [[CriminalDoppleganger look exactly like Timmy's parents]], who are trying to steal a sacred pencil sharpener.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' had an episode featuring the 'Souvenir Bandits,' two dimwitted boobs who [[CriminalDoppleganger [[CriminalDoppelganger look exactly like Timmy's parents]], who are trying to steal a sacred pencil sharpener.
31st Oct '17 9:53:05 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' had an episode featuring the 'Souvenir Bandits,' two dimwitted boobs who look exactly like Timmy's parents, who are trying to steal a sacred pencil sharpener.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' had an episode featuring the 'Souvenir Bandits,' two dimwitted boobs who [[CriminalDoppleganger look exactly like Timmy's parents, parents]], who are trying to steal a sacred pencil sharpener.
21st Sep '17 1:55:34 AM YoukoAlicia
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* "Bullets In The Gun" by Toby Keith
19th Sep '17 5:28:18 PM fairlyfelonious
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* In ''Series/WhiteCollar'', Neal Caffrey and Kate Moreau were this pre-series, though [[ConMenHateGuns they were a non-violent version of this trope]]. The couple that kidnaps Peter and Elizabeth at one point also counts. Unusually for this trope, neither couple's life on the run is idealized. While Neal does idealize both his relationship with Kate and the happy ending they are supposedly going to have together, multiple characters point out how short sighted and unrealistic the idea that they could have a happy ending really is, considering that they will never be able to stop running from the law. Elizabeth also has to persuade her kidnappers that it is not romantic to go out in a hail of bullets. Considering that one of the main themes of the show is about a habitual criminal's struggles to go straight, it's not surprising that this trope is deconstructed.

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* In ''Series/WhiteCollar'', Neal Caffrey and Kate Moreau were this pre-series, though [[ConMenHateGuns they were a non-violent version of this trope]]. The couple that kidnaps Peter and Elizabeth at one point also counts. Unusually for this trope, neither couple's life on the run is idealized. While Neal does idealize both his relationship with Kate and the happy ending they are supposedly going to have together, multiple characters point out how short sighted and unrealistic the idea that they could have a happy ending really is, considering that they will never be able to stop running from the law. Elizabeth also has to persuade her kidnappers that it is not romantic to go out in a hail of bullets. Considering that one of the main themes of the show is about [[RedemptionFailure a habitual criminal's criminal's]] [[ReformedButRejected struggles to go straight, straight]], it's not surprising that this trope is deconstructed.
19th Sep '17 5:12:51 PM fairlyfelonious
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* In ''Series/WhiteCollar'', Neal Caffrey and Kate Moreau were this pre-series, though [[ConMenHateGuns they were a non-violent version of this trope]]. The couple that kidnaps Peter and Elizabeth at one point also counts. Unusually for this trope, neither couple's life on the run is idealized. While Neal does idealize both his relationship with Kate and the happy ending they are supposedly going to have together, multiple characters point out how short sighted and unrealistic the idea that they could have a happy ending really is, considering that they will never be able to stop running from the law. Elizabeth also has to persuade her kidnappers that it is not romantic to go out in a hail of bullets. Considering that one of the main themes of the show is about a habitual criminal's struggles to go straight, it's not surprising that this trope is deconstructed.
9th Sep '17 1:35:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The enemies of Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} Aura and Override are super powered version of this.

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* The enemies of Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} Comicbook/SpiderMan Aura and Override are super powered version of this.
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