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29th Jan '16 5:42:08 PM GrammarNavi
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Well, it must be {{Sweeps}}.
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Well, it must be {{Sweeps}}. UsefulNotes/{{Sweeps}}.

* ''Series/LALaw'': New BiTheWay lawyer C.J. Lamb kissed series regular Abby Perkins in the parking lot in one {{Sweeps}} episode; they rarely referenced it again and C.J.'s actress, Amanda Donohoe, left the cast the next season.
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* ''Series/LALaw'': New BiTheWay lawyer C.J. Lamb kissed series regular Abby Perkins in the parking lot in one {{Sweeps}} UsefulNotes/{{Sweeps}} episode; they rarely referenced it again and C.J.'s actress, Amanda Donohoe, left the cast the next season.

** Curiously, it had its "lesbian" kiss a couple weeks ''before'' {{Sweeps}} when a female villain with a GreenRocks-powered kiss that causes face-melting hallucinations needs to do something about a witness (Lana, of course). She, ahem, uses her power on Lana, an act that seems to disgust both of them. One could speculate that the reason this episode didn't make it to {{Sweeps}} was that it simply wasn't very good FanService.
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** Curiously, it had its "lesbian" kiss a couple weeks ''before'' {{Sweeps}} UsefulNotes/{{Sweeps}} when a female villain with a GreenRocks-powered kiss that causes face-melting hallucinations needs to do something about a witness (Lana, of course). She, ahem, uses her power on Lana, an act that seems to disgust both of them. One could speculate that the reason this episode didn't make it to {{Sweeps}} UsefulNotes/{{Sweeps}} was that it simply wasn't very good FanService.
11th Sep '15 12:04:36 PM BlackJAC
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': Jadzia Dax, who is a host-symbiote character, kissed and got romantically involved with another woman of her species in one episode. Though the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' universe has implied acceptance to gay people, the relationship was inappropriate because their relationship was based on a relationship had by a previous (male) Dax host with the other woman, [[{{Anvilicious}} which is disallowed]]. The other woman was never seen again. Notably, that episode at least tried to tackle a social issue - they did it again in the seventh season and it was gratuitous even in context, purely there to show the MirrorUniverse is DarkerAndEdgier.
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': Jadzia Dax, who is a host-symbiote character, kissed and got romantically involved with another woman of her species in one episode. Though the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' universe has implied acceptance to gay people, the relationship was inappropriate because their relationship was based on a relationship had by a previous (male) Dax host with the other woman, [[{{Anvilicious}} which is disallowed]].disallowed regardless of the gender combination of the participants]]. The other woman was never seen again. Notably, that episode at least tried to tackle a social issue - they did it again in the seventh season and it was gratuitous even in context, purely there to show the MirrorUniverse is DarkerAndEdgier.

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* Spoofed in the ''Series/GrossePointe'' episode "Passion Fish," where SarahMichelleGellar only wants to do one to snag an Emmy nomination but gets MistakenForGay for wanting to do it in the wake of kissing Selma Blair in ''CruelIntentions''.
24th Aug '15 3:25:17 PM kazokuhouou
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[[AC: WebComics]] * Parodied in ''WebComic/AnsemRetort'', where Ansem refuses the cast's demand for lesbian fanservice cause they're saving it for when they need a cheap ratings boost.
24th Mar '15 8:18:57 PM MagBas
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unfortunate implications need citations, natter
* Similar to ''Dirt,'' ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had a notorious example between Gretchen and Claire Bennet in its final season. Since Claire's bisexuality was never touched upon in previous seasons, however, this scene not only had UnfortunateImplications, but also was seen by even the loyalest of fans [[JumpingTheShark as a cheap ratings stunt,]] which effectively doomed the show. Slight subversion, though, in that it was (reportedly) Creator/HaydenPanettiere's idea. ** Not only was it was Hayden's idea, but Claire and Gretchen were supposed to kiss again in the episode "Pass/Fail." Apparently the writers/producers didn't want to be accused of another "ratings stunt" by the same [[UnpleasableFanbase people]] who assumed the earlier kiss was such a stunt (which likely had little to do with the show's demise anyway). But according to WordOfGod, Claire and Gretchen's relationship would have continued the following season. So perhaps it wasn't a stunt after all...
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* Similar to ''Dirt,'' ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had a notorious example between Gretchen and Claire Bennet in its final season. Since Claire's bisexuality was never touched upon in previous seasons, however, this scene not only had UnfortunateImplications, but also was seen by even the loyalest of fans [[JumpingTheShark as a cheap ratings stunt,]] which effectively doomed the show. Slight subversion, though, in that it was (reportedly) Creator/HaydenPanettiere's idea. ** Not only was it was Hayden's idea, but Claire and Gretchen were supposed to kiss again in the episode "Pass/Fail." Apparently the writers/producers didn't want to be accused of another "ratings stunt" by the same [[UnpleasableFanbase people]] who assumed the earlier kiss was such a stunt (which likely had little to do with the show's demise anyway). But according to WordOfGod, Claire and Gretchen's relationship would have continued the following season. So perhaps it wasn't a stunt after all...
20th Mar '15 10:47:05 AM igordebraga
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* While on comic book series, ''Series/AgentCarter'' had an example that actually served a plot purpose and wasn't even included in the promos. The title character is trying to run away from the lawmen at her home. She then finds Dottie, a housemate who is secretly a SleeperAgent, and Dottie kisses her in the lips... [[KissOfDeath because she's wearing Carter's knockout lipstick]], leading the passed out Peggy to an easy capture.
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* While on comic book series, ''Series/AgentCarter'' had an example that actually served a plot purpose and wasn't even included in the promos. The title character is trying to run away from the lawmen at her home. She then finds Dottie, a housemate who is secretly a SleeperAgent, and Dottie kisses her in the lips... [[KissOfDeath [[DruggedLipstick because she's wearing Carter's knockout lipstick]], leading the passed out Peggy to an easy capture.
20th Mar '15 10:33:10 AM igordebraga
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* While on comic book series, ''Series/AgentCarter'' had an example that actually served a plot purpose and wasn't even included in the promos. The title character is trying to run away from the lawmen at her home. She then finds Dottie, a housemate who is secretly a SleeperAgent, and Dottie kisses her in the lips... [[KissOfDeath because she's wearing Carter's knockout lipstick]], leading the passed out Peggy to an easy capture.
5th Jan '15 4:49:39 PM eroock
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-->--'''''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0ql0mDwV74 That's Gay: Lady Kisses]]'''''
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-->--'''''[[https://www.-->-- '''''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0ql0mDwV74 That's Gay: Lady Kisses]]'''''
31st Dec '14 11:11:08 PM ebrown2112
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** Not only was it was Hayden's idea, but Claire and Gretchen were supposed to kiss again in the episode "Pass/Fail." Apparently the writers/producers didn't want to be accused of another "ratings stunt" by the same people who assumed the earlier kiss was such a stunt (which likely had little to do with the show's demise anyway). But according to [[WordOfGod]], Claire and Gretchen's relationship would have continued the following season. So perhaps it wasn't a stunt after all...
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** Not only was it was Hayden's idea, but Claire and Gretchen were supposed to kiss again in the episode "Pass/Fail." Apparently the writers/producers didn't want to be accused of another "ratings stunt" by the same people [[UnpleasableFanbase people]] who assumed the earlier kiss was such a stunt (which likely had little to do with the show's demise anyway). But according to [[WordOfGod]], WordOfGod, Claire and Gretchen's relationship would have continued the following season. So perhaps it wasn't a stunt after all...
30th Dec '14 10:14:21 AM nombretomado
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* Similar to ''Dirt,'' ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had a notorious example between Gretchen and Claire Bennet in its final season. Since Claire's bisexuality was never touched upon in previous seasons, however, this scene not only had UnfortunateImplications, but also was seen by even the loyalest of fans [[JumpingTheShark as a cheap ratings stunt,]] which effectively doomed the show. Slight subversion, though, in that it was (reportedly) HaydenPanettiere's idea.
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* Similar to ''Dirt,'' ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' had a notorious example between Gretchen and Claire Bennet in its final season. Since Claire's bisexuality was never touched upon in previous seasons, however, this scene not only had UnfortunateImplications, but also was seen by even the loyalest of fans [[JumpingTheShark as a cheap ratings stunt,]] which effectively doomed the show. Slight subversion, though, in that it was (reportedly) HaydenPanettiere's Creator/HaydenPanettiere's idea.
10th Dec '14 11:02:33 PM HarryLovesHermione
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** This kiss actually got the show a lot of praise, as it is the first serious comic book adaptation (from DC or Marvel) to feature an openly gay or bi character.
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** This kiss actually got the show a lot of praise, as it is the first serious comic book adaptation (from DC or Marvel) to feature an openly gay or bi character. character, and none of the characters made a fuss about it, with OpenMindedParent Quentin just glad someone makes his daughter happy.
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