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23rd Jul '17 12:28:38 AM BigJaredMonkey
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* In ''Fanfic/OriginStory'', John Leslie, a Hydra agent who'd been following [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] for months, remarks how easy it was to use Danvers' promiscuous sexual habits to dose her with a a mind control drug.
-->'''John Leslie:''' "She was cycling through the regulars there – I’m talking, like, a different guy or a different girl every night for a month, never repeating. She is seriously into the entire ‘take them home, fuck their brains out, shove them out the door’ thing and she never repeats a lover, I guess. So, I knew all I had to do was wait. Eventually my turn came around.”
19th Jul '17 8:01:26 AM Gravidef
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** Sam Malone, the bartender of Cheers, was a legendary [[TheCasanova Casanova]] who serially dated in the first few seasons. However, he genuinely wanted a steady relationship, and repeatedly tried with Diane and Rebecca to settle down. After being dumped in one episode, he falls off the wagon and runs around with a young woman; Coach seems genuinely upset by both, indicating that Sam did this a lot more often when he drank.

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** Sam Malone, the bartender of Cheers, was a legendary [[TheCasanova Casanova]] who serially dated in the first few seasons. However, he genuinely wanted a steady relationship, and repeatedly tried with Diane and Rebecca to settle down. After being dumped in one episode, he falls off the wagon and runs around with a young woman; Coach seems genuinely upset by both, indicating that Sam did this a lot more often when he drank. Eventually, Sam even admitted that he had become a sex addict, and actively sought therapy to help cure his illness.
19th Jul '17 7:45:46 AM Gravidef
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* ''Frasier's'' parent series ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' had no less than three characters with this character trait. Interestingly, though, all three were something of a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]] of the trope, as their motives and reasons for being so open were explored in depth--with Frasier and Lilith around, ThereAreNoTherapists was strictly averted.
** Sam Malone, the bartender of Cheers, was a legendary [[TheCasanova Casanova]] who serially dated in the first few seasons. However, he genuinely wanted a steady relationship, and repeatedly tried with Diane and Rebecca to settle down. After being dumped in one episode, he falls off the wagon and runs around with a young woman; Coach seems genuinely upset by both, indicating that Sam did this a lot more often when he drank.
** Carla Tortelli has eight children by at least two different fathers, and once looked forward to an evening off with "a little R and R"--that is, two men with names beginning with the letter. Despite the occasional barb, though, she was genuinely respected (or perhaps feared) by all of the patrons of Cheers. When Carla became unwillingly pregnant by a random man, the entire bar rallied to collect money for her and even sang her a song as she marched up the stairs in triumph.
** And finally there's Rebecca Howe, who bought the bar later in the show's run. In high school, she was apparently known as "Backseat Becky" (although she tries to claim that this was because she "never took a backseat to anyone", which fails miserably). Like Sam, she wanted a serious relationship and tried to put her past behind her.
9th Jul '17 5:55:58 AM LentilSandEater
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* ''Film/BestInShow'': While preparing their terrier Winky for the dog show, Gerry and Cookie Fleck keep running into guys that Cookie has slept with (all before her marriage to Gerry, to be fair; not that that makes things any less awkward).

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* ''Film/BestInShow'': While preparing their terrier Winky for the dog show, Gerry and Cookie Fleck keep running into guys that Cookie has slept with (all before her marriage to Gerry, to be fair; not that that makes things any less awkward).with.
9th Jul '17 5:51:54 AM LentilSandEater
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** In fairness, his look of shock seems to be as much about the number of times (4 times in 3 hours and she ran errands as well) as it is the sex itself. That's impressive.
9th Jul '17 5:51:08 AM LentilSandEater
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* Chuy, aka El Chupachabre from ''Webcomic/{{Girly}}'' is an extremely over the top male example. The guy [[KavorkaMan seduces women as easily as breathing]], and occasionally has to fight himself not to bring great loving to the nearest woman, much to his own despair later in the comic (when his [[CharacterDevelopment character is deepened]]). With the exception of Winter (and possibly Otra, can't recall exactly) he's had practically every girl who's a central character, and one girly-looking guy. He's that good.
** Much later in the series, [[spoiler: after getting married]] he discovers that his libido is SO powerful that it's directly tied to his LifeForce, and any long-term attempts to NOT be a gigantic man-slut will result in a painful, wasting death. [[spoiler: Fortunately, his wife loves him enough to get a divorce so he can give plenty of guilt-free lovin' to the women of the world. They're still together, very much in love, and she's even adopted some of his behaviors.]]

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* Chuy, aka El Chupachabre from ''Webcomic/{{Girly}}'' is an extremely over the top male example. The guy [[KavorkaMan seduces women as easily as breathing]], and occasionally has to fight himself not to bring great loving to the nearest woman, much to his own despair later in the comic (when his [[CharacterDevelopment character is deepened]]). With the exception of Winter (and possibly Otra, can't recall exactly) Winter, he's had practically every girl who's a central character, and one girly-looking guy. He's that good.
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Much later in the series, [[spoiler: after getting married]] he discovers that his libido is SO powerful that it's directly tied to his LifeForce, and any long-term attempts to NOT be a gigantic man-slut will result in a painful, wasting death. [[spoiler: Fortunately, his wife loves him enough to get a divorce so he can give plenty of guilt-free lovin' to the women of the world. They're still together, very much in love, and she's even adopted some of his behaviors.]]
4th Jul '17 10:35:30 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/DearWhitePeople'': If Lionel's POV is accurate going by the incessant female moans, Troy has a lady over every night of the week.
11th Jun '17 2:02:08 PM WillKeaton
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** Riker seemed to get around as well. He even ran out of full females and broadened his horizons to include an androgyne[[note]]who wound up being played by a female actor, despite Frakes' request for a male actor[[/note]].

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** Riker seemed to get around as well. He even ran out of full females and broadened his horizons to include an androgyne[[note]]who androgyne.[[note]]The character wound up being played by a female actor, despite Frakes' request for a male actor[[/note]].actor.[[/note]]



* Rayna, Juliette and Deacon in ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' all have quite the number of notches on their belts in seasons one to three (though the show never tries to demonize any of them for it). In fact, Deacon's slept with both Rayna ''and'' Juliette... although any Jaymes-Barnes hookups are the sole preserve of SlashFic[[note]]and yes, there are some out there[[/note]].

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* Rayna, Juliette and Deacon in ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' all have quite the number of notches on their belts in seasons one to three (though the show never tries to demonize any of them for it). In fact, Deacon's slept with both Rayna ''and'' Juliette... although any Jaymes-Barnes hookups are the sole preserve of SlashFic[[note]]and yes, SlashFic.[[note]]Yes, there are some out there[[/note]].there.[[/note]]
11th Jun '17 2:00:25 PM WillKeaton
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* The entire premise behind one Jerry Siegel's most obscure creations--''[[http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Jon_Juan Jon Juan]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Super Lover]]''.

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* The entire premise behind one Jerry Siegel's most obscure creations--''[[http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Jon_Juan Jon Juan]], Juan,]] [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Super Lover]]''.
11th Jun '17 1:59:49 PM WillKeaton
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** Clara is likely the only character where the trope applies to a virgin. In ''"Amazing Eighth Wonder Vol.1"'' she gets possessed by a phallic parasite that was able to feed off her repressed sexual energy. While under its control, Clara uses the parasite as a strap-on to thoroughly ravish [[spoiler: Mei]], ''[[AmazonBrigade the entire staff]]'' at N.U.D.E's HQ, and [[spoiler: [[ParentalIncest her own mother, Athena]]]], before she finally collapses [[TheImmodestOrgasm in exhaustion.]][[note]]The parasite gets overloaded by the combined energy released from Clara and Athena's orgasm and dies. Clara is freed from its control, but loses all memory of what she'd done during that time[[/note]].

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** Clara is likely the only character where the trope applies to a virgin. In ''"Amazing Eighth Wonder Vol.1"'' she gets possessed by a phallic parasite that was able to feed off her repressed sexual energy. While under its control, Clara uses the parasite as a strap-on to thoroughly ravish [[spoiler: Mei]], ''[[AmazonBrigade the entire staff]]'' at N.U.D.E's HQ, and [[spoiler: [[ParentalIncest her own mother, Athena]]]], before she finally collapses [[TheImmodestOrgasm in exhaustion.]][[note]]The parasite gets overloaded by the combined energy released from Clara and Athena's orgasm and dies. Clara is freed from its control, but loses all memory of what she'd done during that time[[/note]].time.[[/note]]
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