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1st Nov '16 6:11:08 AM Jake
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* ''Series/LondonsBurning'' was always very character-driven, with much emphasis on the personal lives of the men and [[TheSmurfettePrinciple woman]] of Blue Watch and their spouses and children. Indeed, the pilot movie was written by Jack Rosenthal, a former staff writer for ''Series/CoronationStreet.'' Unfortunately, the last few seasons started spending so much time on this aspect that Blue Watch spent more screentime dealing with the mess their job made of their love lives than actually doing said jobs, and the show suffered for it.
2nd Oct '16 3:07:24 PM KnowingGoose
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* In ''FanFic/CardcaptorRad'', there's just as much, if not more, focus on character interaction than action.
15th Sep '16 5:17:12 AM MeekGazelle
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->''"[[SymbolSwearing @#$%!]] Teenagers! What the heck is wrong with them?! Just when you're about to get a good snowball fight going, they have to ruin it by talking about '''relationships!'''"''
-->--'''Bode Locke''' from ''ComicBook/LockeAndKey''
29th Aug '16 11:52:54 PM Snowden
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* Pokemon fanfic 'OlivineRomance'. The usual Pokemon and Pokemon battles are relegated to subplot status while the human's drama and romances take center stage.

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* Pokemon fanfic 'OlivineRomance'.'Fanfic/OlivineRomance'. The usual Pokemon and Pokemon battles are relegated to subplot status while the human's drama and romances take center stage.
29th Aug '16 11:52:06 PM Snowden
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* Pokemon fanfic 'OlivineRomance'. The usual Pokemon and Pokemon battles are relegated to subplot status while the human's drama and romances take center stage.

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4th Jul '16 8:20:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''.
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* ''Literature/SoonIWillBeInvincible''.
* ''WildCards'', in places.

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4th Jul '16 7:14:22 AM Morgenthaler
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4th Jul '16 6:49:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* While ''TheTick'' was more of a sitcom-type than a soap-type, it rarely showed the superheroes fighting, instead throwing them in plots like "meeting new heroes in an abusive relationship" or "suing the magazine that displayed [[FetishFuel naked pictures of Captain Liberty]]".
* ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]''. Whenever there's a couple real-time minutes to fill between Jack's latest action scene or torture technique? You can bet someone in either CTU in the White House be interrupting all their important business to talk about a coworker's feelings.

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* While ''TheTick'' ''Series/TheTick'' was more of a sitcom-type than a soap-type, it rarely showed the superheroes fighting, instead throwing them in plots like "meeting new heroes in an abusive relationship" or "suing the magazine that displayed [[FetishFuel naked pictures of Captain Liberty]]".
* ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]''.''Series/TwentyFour''. Whenever there's a couple real-time minutes to fill between Jack's latest action scene or torture technique? You can bet someone in either CTU in the White House be interrupting all their important business to talk about a coworker's feelings.



* ''HarpersIsland'' uses this as a sort of {{Padding}}. Remember, your average slasher film is only about 90 minutes long; this one has some ''13 hours'' to fill!

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* ''HarpersIsland'' ''Series/HarpersIsland'' uses this as a sort of {{Padding}}. Remember, your average slasher film is only about 90 minutes long; this one has some ''13 hours'' to fill!



* The complaint of soaperization was frequently levied at the US version of ''TheOffice'', especially during season four and early season five (what with the drama over Jim and Pam and the Dwight-Angela-Andy LoveTriangle).

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* The complaint of soaperization was frequently levied at the US version of ''TheOffice'', ''Series/TheOfficeUS'', especially during season four and early season five (what with the drama over Jim and Pam and the Dwight-Angela-Andy LoveTriangle).
5th Mar '16 9:22:39 PM nombretomado
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* CaptainAmerica tends to get all angsty about young sidekicks (particularly regarding Rick Jones) because Bucky "died" (Winter Soldier is a long story for another time) while his sidekick. This also explains his early animosity towards the YoungAvengers. Similarly, Cap's own comic book made commentary on '40s vs. "modern" (whatever time period we're in) American values.

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* CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica tends to get all angsty about young sidekicks (particularly regarding Rick Jones) because Bucky "died" (Winter Soldier is a long story for another time) while his sidekick. This also explains his early animosity towards the YoungAvengers.ComicBook/YoungAvengers. Similarly, Cap's own comic book made commentary on '40s vs. "modern" (whatever time period we're in) American values.
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