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28th Jun '17 11:57:02 PM PaulA
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* In ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'' Jane goes to see a mark pretending to be a prostitute with her hair pinned up. The first part of the seduction is shaking her hair out.

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* In ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'' ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith2005'' Jane goes to see a mark pretending to be a prostitute with her hair pinned up. The first part of the seduction is shaking her hair out.
3rd Jun '17 10:43:38 AM Fireblood
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* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': Offred does this [[spoiler:before having sex with Nick. (Handmaids must wear bonnets at all time.)]]

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* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': Offred does this [[spoiler:before having sex with Nick. (Handmaids must wear bonnets at all time.times.)]]
12th May '17 6:29:12 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/TheHandmaidsTale'': Offred does this [[spoiler:before having sex with Nick. (Handmaids must wear bonnets at all time.)]]
14th Mar '17 7:36:49 PM CosmicFerret
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** Kyouko pulls out her ribbon, letting her hair loose during the fight against Oktavia ([[spoiler:Sayaka's Witch form]]) in Episode 9. [[spoiler:She does so to get her religious token, which was hidden in her hair, [[JapaneseChristian so she can pray]] [[HeroicSacrifice briefly before she sacrifices herself]] [[TogetherInDeath to be with Sayaka in death]]]].

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** Kyouko pulls out her ribbon, letting her hair loose during the fight against Oktavia ([[spoiler:Sayaka's Witch form]]) in Episode 9. [[spoiler:She does so to get her religious token, which was hidden in her hair, [[JapaneseChristian [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseChristian so she can pray]] [[HeroicSacrifice briefly before she sacrifices herself]] [[TogetherInDeath to be with Sayaka in death]]]].
21st Oct '16 12:07:56 AM rwe1138
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** Parodied again with Comicbook Guy. When he's haggeling for some merchandise he offers to throw in his "man-scrunchie". Once removed, cue {{Sexophone}} and Slo-Mo HairFlip.

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** Parodied again with Comicbook Comic Book Guy. When he's haggeling for some merchandise he offers to throw in his "man-scrunchie". Once removed, cue {{Sexophone}} and Slo-Mo HairFlip.
14th May '16 7:33:01 PM nombretomado
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* A quasi-parody happens in the Murder Mystery episode of ''LizzieMcGuire'' when Larry starts chatting up Veruca, both of them dressed in Edwardian era clothes. Veruca shakes her hair down as some faux dramatic music plays.
* An episode of ''{{Friends}}'' has Ross and Monica's cousin Cassie shaking her hair loose in slow motion, prompting a sagging jaw from Chandler, Ross forgetting he's related to her and [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer even Phoebe getting turned on]].
** And with BarryWhite's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcBPPD1fuZY I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More, Baby]] playing in the background, no less.
* In ''TrueBlood'', Bill asks Sookie to take the clip out of her hair and shake it free before their first kiss.

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* A quasi-parody happens in the Murder Mystery episode of ''LizzieMcGuire'' ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' when Larry starts chatting up Veruca, both of them dressed in Edwardian era clothes. Veruca shakes her hair down as some faux dramatic music plays.
* An episode of ''{{Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'' has Ross and Monica's cousin Cassie shaking her hair loose in slow motion, prompting a sagging jaw from Chandler, Ross forgetting he's related to her and [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer even Phoebe getting turned on]].
** And with BarryWhite's Music/BarryWhite's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcBPPD1fuZY I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More, Baby]] playing in the background, no less.
* In ''TrueBlood'', ''Series/TrueBlood'', Bill asks Sookie to take the clip out of her hair and shake it free before their first kiss.



* Cheers got Frasier and Lilith together with this trope. Diane asked Sam, then Dr. Sternin, for something to unstick the refrigerator door like a hairpin. "Don't you see what these two people who are such geniuses at romance - are trying to do is to get you to take your hair down thinking that it will stimulate me like some Pavlovian dog. So why don't you just oblige them get this silliness over with so we can get on with our lives," says Dr. Crane. Lilith unpins the tightest hairbun in professional psychology. "You mean like this?" Beat. "Precisely."

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* Cheers ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' got Frasier and Lilith together with this trope. Diane asked Sam, then Dr. Sternin, for something to unstick the refrigerator door like a hairpin. "Don't you see what these two people who are such geniuses at romance - are trying to do is to get you to take your hair down thinking that it will stimulate me like some Pavlovian dog. So why don't you just oblige them get this silliness over with so we can get on with our lives," says Dr. Crane. Lilith unpins the tightest hairbun in professional psychology. "You mean like this?" Beat. "Precisely."
7th May '16 7:47:56 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In "Someone To Watch Over Me", the Emergency Medical Hologram encourages [[MsFanservice Seven of Nine]] to do this while [[PygmalionPlot preparing her for a date]]. He's visibly entranced by the results.
1st May '16 2:36:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea]]'', Ariel wears her hair tied up in a bun whenever she is on dry land, symbolizing how much more stern and strict she is. When Triton transforms her back into a mermaid, her hair comes undone and falls loose freely. After the ordeal is over, Ariel is shown wearing her hair down as a human to reflect her change in character.

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* In ''[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea]]'', ''Disney/TheLittleMermaidIIReturnToTheSea'', Ariel wears her hair tied up in a bun whenever she is on dry land, symbolizing how much more stern and strict she is. When Triton transforms her back into a mermaid, her hair comes undone and falls loose freely. After the ordeal is over, Ariel is shown wearing her hair down as a human to reflect her change in character.
14th Apr '16 11:40:04 AM roxana
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her [[qualifications VirginPower]] before taking on a unicorn.

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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her [[qualifications VirginPower]] [[VirginPower qualifications]] before taking on a unicorn.
14th Apr '16 11:39:19 AM roxana
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her 'maidenhood' before taking on a unicorn.

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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her 'maidenhood' [[qualifications VirginPower]] before taking on a unicorn.
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