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8th Jul '16 12:21:14 PM Morgenthaler
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24th Apr '16 4:40:04 PM shawn_allen
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* In ''DoctorWho'''s "The Lodger," after the Doctor gets Craig and Sophie to admit their feelings for one another, they decide to "totally ruin their friendship." In the sequel episode the following year, they have a little boy named Albie, or as he likes to call himself "Stormageddon."

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* In ''DoctorWho'''s "The Lodger," after the Doctor gets Craig and Sophie to admit their feelings for one another, they decide to "totally ruin their friendship." In the sequel episode the following year, they have a little boy named Albie, Alfie, or as he likes to call himself "Stormageddon."Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All."
24th Apr '16 4:22:50 PM shawn_allen
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* In ''DoctorWho'''s "The Lodger," after the Doctor gets Craig and Sophie to admit their feelings for one another, they decide to "totally ruin their friendship." In the sequel episode the following year, they have a little boy named Albie, or as he likes to call himself "Stormageddon."



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8th Jan '16 10:03:44 AM TeraChimera
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', Jack will offer you casual sex early on, but if you take her up on the offer, she will subsequently refuse to talk to you. If you choose to [[RomanceSidequest romance her]], no sex is involved at any point.

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26th Dec '15 8:27:30 AM erforce
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* In ''Film/{{Hellboy}},'' Liz and HB were friends who got along well in the first movie. In ''Hellboy II'', they're at each others throats and arguing until Liz literally explodes.

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* In ''Film/{{Hellboy}},'' Liz and HB were friends who got along well in the first movie. In ''Hellboy II'', ''Film/HellboyIITheGoldenArmy'', they're at each others throats and arguing until Liz literally explodes.



* A major part of ''WhenHarryMetSally''. Though they weren't fighting over petty things as much as rehashing things to figure out how they work as a couple. Still an example but not as petty as other versions.

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* A major part of ''WhenHarryMetSally''.''Film/WhenHarryMetSally''. Though they weren't fighting over petty things as much as rehashing things to figure out how they work as a couple. Still an example but not as petty as other versions.
28th Nov '15 11:42:54 AM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[TheProtagonist J.D.]]''', ''{{Scrubs}}''

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-->-- '''[[TheProtagonist J.D.]]''', ''{{Scrubs}}''
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* On ''{{Scrubs}}'', when J.D and Elliot hooked up the first time, the entire next episode (which was unusually long when originally aired, no less) was devoted to having them essentially tear each other apart until they called it quits.
* Ross and Rachel of ''{{Friends}}'': A. Ross and Rachel kiss. Everything'll be great now, right? Ross writes a list of Rachel and Julie, pros and cons. This infuriates Rachel, and she dumps him. B. Later on, they get together for real. The relationship lasts the better part of a year, but Ross gets jealous of Rachel's new job and her coworker Mark. Some misunderstandings and a sleepover with the hot copier girl, and they break up. C. Later on, Rachel says that she'll be with Ross again if he accepts full responsibility. He agrees not knowing what he was agreeing to. They break up again. D. They get drunk in Las Vegas and get married, then divorced. E. Rachel gets pregnant. Cue fighting about whether to get married or not. I've probably skipped a few steps in here, but you get the idea. The creators dangle the carrot in front of us and yank it away over and over again, knowing we'll fall for it every single time.

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* On ''{{Scrubs}}'', ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', when J.D and Elliot hooked up the first time, the entire next episode (which was unusually long when originally aired, no less) was devoted to having them essentially tear each other apart until they called it quits.
* Ross and Rachel of ''{{Friends}}'': ''Series/{{Friends}}'': A. Ross and Rachel kiss. Everything'll be great now, right? Ross writes a list of Rachel and Julie, pros and cons. This infuriates Rachel, and she dumps him. B. Later on, they get together for real. The relationship lasts the better part of a year, but Ross gets jealous of Rachel's new job and her coworker Mark. Some misunderstandings and a sleepover with the hot copier girl, and they break up. C. Later on, Rachel says that she'll be with Ross again if he accepts full responsibility. He agrees not knowing what he was agreeing to. They break up again. D. They get drunk in Las Vegas and get married, then divorced. E. Rachel gets pregnant. Cue fighting about whether to get married or not. I've probably skipped a few steps in here, but you get the idea. The creators dangle the carrot in front of us and yank it away over and over again, knowing we'll fall for it every single time.
30th Jun '15 7:22:15 AM Veanne
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* Happened before ''Literature/CyberJolyDrim'' starts, but the protagonist's [[UnwantedSpouse husband]] remains blissfully oblivious.
6th Jun '15 7:07:28 AM Odon
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** Spike argues this InUniverse in Season 6. Buffy however continues to insist ItMeansNothingToMe, which is a contributing factor to their DestructiveRomance.

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** Spike argues this InUniverse in Season 6. Buffy however continues to insist ItMeansNothingToMe, which is ItDoesntMeanAnything, a contributing factor to their DestructiveRomance.
6th Jun '15 7:06:34 AM Odon
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** Spike argues this InUniverse in Season 6. Buffy however continues to insist ItMeantNothingToMe, which is a contributing factor to their DestructiveRomance.

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** Spike argues this InUniverse in Season 6. Buffy however continues to insist ItMeantNothingToMe, ItMeansNothingToMe, which is a contributing factor to their DestructiveRomance.
6th Jun '15 7:06:16 AM Odon
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** Spike argues this InUniverse in Season 6. Buffy however continues to insist ItMeantNothingToMe, which is a contributing factor to their DestructiveRomance.
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