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10th Jul '16 7:42:23 PM MikeD
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* 1990 romcom ''Don't Tell Her It's Me,'' a.k.a. ''The Boyfriend School,'' ends with a classic chase to the airport gate where our star-crossed lovers overcome all the comic misunderstandings that have come between them.
25th Mar '16 1:07:29 PM Arcana4th
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* ''Webcomic/CheckPlease'' has Jack doing this as an advice of his father. He runs through campus to find [[spoiler: Bitty]], and they have a BigDamnKiss.
5th Mar '16 9:53:12 PM Skylite
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* The trope is referenced in the ''[[Literature/{{Newsflesh}}]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.

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* The trope is referenced in the ''[[Literature/{{Newsflesh}}]]'' ''[[Literature/{{Newsflesh}} Newsflesh]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.
5th Mar '16 9:52:21 PM Skylite
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* The trope is referenced in the ''[[Literature/{Newsflesh}]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.

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* The trope is referenced in the ''[[Literature/{Newsflesh}]]'' ''[[Literature/{{Newsflesh}}]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.
5th Mar '16 9:51:57 PM Skylite
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* The trope is referenced in the ''[[Literature/Newsflesh]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.

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* The trope is referenced in the ''[[Literature/Newsflesh]]'' ''[[Literature/{Newsflesh}]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.
5th Mar '16 9:51:27 PM Skylite
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* The trope is referenced in the [[Literature/{Newsflesh}]] series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.

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* The trope is referenced in the [[Literature/{Newsflesh}]] ''[[Literature/Newsflesh]]'' series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.
5th Mar '16 9:49:54 PM Skylite
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* The trope is referenced in the [[Literature/{{Newsflesh}}]] series. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.

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* The trope is referenced in the [[Literature/{{Newsflesh}}]] series.[[Literature/{Newsflesh}]] series by Mira Grant. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.
5th Mar '16 9:48:51 PM Skylite
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* The trope is referenced in the [[Literature/{{Newsflesh}}]] series. Shaun Mason, ruminating on other weird trappings and tropes of the 20th century mentions that with anti-zombie security in American airports, anyone attempting to race to catch their lover would be shot dead on the spot.



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13th Jan '16 9:40:40 AM BobTanaka
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* When author Hillare Belloc learned that the woman he was in love with was considering becoming a nun, he ''walked and hitchhiked across most of the United States'' to try to talk her out of it. Needless to say, she accepted and they were engaged.
7th Jan '16 12:30:30 PM AnotherGuy
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* Downplayed in ''Film/WhenHarryMetSally'', when we think he's running to be able to kiss her at midnight. Then he says he just couldn't stand being apart from her any longer than he had to.

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* Downplayed in ''Film/WhenHarryMetSally'', when we think he's running to be able to kiss her at midnight. Then he says he just couldn't stand being apart from her any longer than he had to. The scene is an {{Homage}} to...
* ''{{Manhattan}}'': In which Isaac has to ''run'' across Manhattan to meet up with Tracy before she leaves for London. It's also a subversion in that Tracy wants to go anyway, and tells him it'll only be 6 months.
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