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23rd May '16 1:17:19 PM Orbiting
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* In ''ComicStrip/Peanuts'', Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty are often shipped. To make things better in the cartoon and theater adaption, Peppermint Patty sings a song to Charlie when he asks what is love. The title? Poor Sweet Baby.

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* In ''ComicStrip/Peanuts'', ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty are often shipped. To make things better in the cartoon and theater adaption, Peppermint Patty sings a song to Charlie when he asks what is love. The title? Poor Sweet Baby.
17th Apr '16 11:59:40 AM ixfd64
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See also: WillTheyOrWontThey, {{Subtext}}, {{Fanservice}}, NeverTrustATrailer, TonightSomeoneKisses, LiterallyFallingInLove, ImpliedLoveInterest. Probably the cruelest method of Ship Tease is the MomentKiller. Contrast ShipSinking.

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See also: WillTheyOrWontThey, {{Subtext}}, {{Fanservice}}, NeverTrustATrailer, TonightSomeoneKisses, LiterallyFallingInLove, ImpliedLoveInterest. Can end up as a RomanticFalseLead. Probably the cruelest method of Ship Tease is the MomentKiller. Contrast ShipSinking.
16th Mar '16 11:32:29 AM skidoo23
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Many fans [[{{Shipping}} 'ship.]] These fans often do it ''all the time'' (context or no) especially in certain {{demographics}}. Producers, especially those who keep their finger on the pulse of the audience, not to mention their eye on the fan {{fora}}, know this. So, they decide to tease the fans with hints about possible romantic entanglements, and thereby build that emotional attachment between the show and the audience as much as they can. If the writers are particularly impish, they'll tease a relationship that either never comes up or takes a hard right just as it gets going. Like a sudden death.

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Many fans [[{{Shipping}} 'ship.]] These fans often do it ''all the time'' (context or no) especially in certain {{demographics}}. Producers, especially those who keep their finger on the pulse of the audience, not to mention their eye on the fan {{fora}}, know this. So, they decide to tease the fans with hints about possible romantic entanglements, and thereby build that emotional attachment between the show and the audience as much as they can. If the writers are particularly impish, they'll tease a relationship that either never comes up or takes a hard right just as it gets going. Like a sudden death.
death. Sometimes, however, ship teases evolve out of the teasing stage.
16th Mar '16 9:20:00 AM Julia1984
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* ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}''
** After Judy and Nick go through a near-death experience during the second-act climax [[spoiler:and Nick having also just saved Judy's career by speaking up for her when Chief Bogo demanded her badge]], Nick opens up to Judy about [[spoiler:his painful childhood]] while the two of them watch the sunrise from a suspended cable car. [[spoiler:Judy is moved by Nick's story and puts her hand on his arm in a comforting way. She keeps moving closer towards Nick with her voice becoming softer and more intimate, but Nick starts to feel uncomfortable and breaks up the moment with a joke (which ends up leading them to the next plot point)]].

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* ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}''
** After
''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'': A favorite activity of the fandom is analyzing whether the interaction between the main leads Judy and Nick is evidence of merely friendship or of romance.
** After they
go through a near-death experience during the second-act climax [[spoiler:and Nick having also just saved Judy's career by speaking up for her when Chief Bogo demanded her badge]], Nick opens up to Judy about [[spoiler:his painful childhood]] while the two of them watch the sunrise from a suspended cable car. [[spoiler:Judy is moved by Nick's story and puts her hand on his arm in a comforting way. She keeps moving closer towards Nick with her voice becoming softer and more intimate, but Nick starts to feel uncomfortable and breaks up the moment with a joke (which ends up leading them to the next plot point)]].point)]].
** Their final exchange on-screen almost seems deliberately designed to stump holders of both theories:
-->'''Nick:''' [[spoiler:You know you love me.]]
-->'''Judy:''' [[spoiler:Do I know that...? Yes. Yes, I do.]]
15th Mar '16 4:01:23 PM Timstuff
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* ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}''
** After Judy and Nick go through a near-death experience during the second-act climax [[spoiler:and Nick having also just saved Judy's career by speaking up for her when Chief Bogo demanded her badge]], Nick opens up to Judy about [[spoiler:his painful childhood]] while the two of them watch the sunrise from a suspended cable car. [[spoiler:Judy is moved by Nick's story and puts her hand on his arm in a comforting way. She keeps moving closer towards Nick with her voice becoming softer and more intimate, but Nick starts to feel uncomfortable and breaks up the moment with a joke (which ends up leading them to the next plot point)]].
7th Mar '16 7:54:24 PM Theriocephalus
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* In the Peanuts series Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty are often shipped. To make things better in the cartoon and theater adaption, Peppermint Patty sings a song to Charlie when he asks what is love. The title? Poor Sweet Baby.

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* In the Peanuts series ''ComicStrip/Peanuts'', Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty are often shipped. To make things better in the cartoon and theater adaption, Peppermint Patty sings a song to Charlie when he asks what is love. The title? Poor Sweet Baby.
5th Mar '16 8:16:49 AM Subwharfer409
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28th Dec '15 4:50:18 PM Anddrix
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* In ''ComicBook/MarvelOneHundredthAnniversarySpecial'', Kirby and Victoria apparently shared a kiss on a previous mission, and seem pretty bashful around each other. Interestingly, Kirby is the grandson of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman]], while Victoria is the granddaughter of ComicBook/DoctorDoom.

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* In ''ComicBook/MarvelOneHundredthAnniversarySpecial'', Kirby and Victoria apparently shared a kiss on a previous mission, and seem pretty bashful around each other. Interestingly, Kirby is the grandson of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman]], while Victoria is the granddaughter of ComicBook/DoctorDoom.Doctor Doom.
25th Nov '15 11:50:19 AM Berserker88
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** Po and Tigress. It is said in the commentary for the first movie that Tigress is Po's favorite of the Furious Five, even though throughout most of the first film she's the one in the group who is the most vocal about her disdain for him. It takes until the end of the movie for her to respect him. In the sequel while not romantic, the two share a lot of moments. When Po describes how confused he is about his past, and how Tigress wouldn't get something like that, she suddenly hugs him, much to the shock of the other Furious Five, and tells him she does understand. She then tells him that she can't watch her friend die, and to stay with Masters Storming Ox and Croc for his own protection. She also seems to be the most distraught out of the Five when Po is hit by Shen's cannon. Later, when Po returns and is about to get hit by Lord Shen's cannon, she pushes him out of the way. In the wreckage of the cannon-burst Po finds Tigress drifting and holds her hand briefly before pushing her out of harms way. After Po defeats Shen, he hugs her, with Tigress initially frozen in shock before a smile grows on her face, while everyone else looks on in shock.

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** Po and Tigress. It is said in the commentary for the first movie that Tigress is Po's favorite of the Furious Five, even though throughout most of the first film film, she's the one in the group who is the most vocal about her disdain for him. It takes until the end of the movie for her to respect him. In the sequel sequel, while not romantic, the two share a lot of moments. When Po describes how confused he is about his past, and how Tigress wouldn't get something like that, she suddenly hugs him, much to the shock of the other Furious Five, and tells him she does understand. She then tells him that she can't watch her friend die, and to stay with Masters Storming Ox and Croc for his own protection. She also seems to be the most distraught out of the Five when Po is hit by Lord Shen's cannon. Later, when Po returns and is about to get hit by Lord Shen's another cannon, she pushes him out of the way. In the wreckage of the cannon-burst cannon-burst, Po finds Tigress drifting and holds her hand briefly before pushing her out of harms way. After Po defeats Shen, he hugs her, with Tigress initially frozen in shock before a smile grows on her face, while everyone else looks on in shock.
20th Sep '15 10:52:43 AM StFan
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* In ''ComicBook/MarvelOneHundredthAnniversarySpecial'', Kirby and Victoria apparently shared a kiss on a previous mission, and seem pretty bashful around each other. Interestingly, Kirby is the grandson of [[FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman]], while Victoria is the granddaughter of DoctorDoom.

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* In ''ComicBook/MarvelOneHundredthAnniversarySpecial'', Kirby and Victoria apparently shared a kiss on a previous mission, and seem pretty bashful around each other. Interestingly, Kirby is the grandson of [[FantasticFour [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman]], while Victoria is the granddaughter of DoctorDoom.ComicBook/DoctorDoom.




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