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15th Jul '16 3:22:22 PM Chabal2
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* Craig and Fry, the insurance detectives from Creator/JulesVerne's ''Literature/TribulationsOfAChinamanInChina''. The two were an inspiration for Tintin's Thompson and Thomson, although these are quite competent. They're never seen away from each other, never referred to separately, alternate words to form complete sentences, and don't even bother talking to each other as they have the exact same thoughts.
23rd Jun '16 5:31:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* Duke and Earl, [[KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects King Leonardo's]] twin nephews.

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* Duke ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjectsDuke'': and Earl, [[KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects King Leonardo's]] Leonardo's twin nephews.
20th Jun '16 1:42:22 PM MrKosta
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Broforce}}'', the Boondock Bros (an {{Expy}} of ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'') count for all intents and purposes as one character, despite being two people. They are controlled similarly to the Ice Climbers in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''.
4th Jun '16 1:12:55 PM ZombieAladdin
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* An episode of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' has the [=UnSub=] as a trio of construction workers who stick close together, travel together, and murder individuals by mobbing them one by one. Even when confronting the FBI at the end, they remain in roughly the same place, never separating more than a few meters apart. They are defeated when one of them is accidentally shot and killed, severely demoralizing the other two enough to allow the FBI to easily arrest them.

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* An episode of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' has the [=UnSub=] as a trio of construction workers who stick close together, travel together, and murder individuals one by one by mobbing them one by one.them. Even when confronting the FBI at the end, they remain in roughly the same place, never separating more than a few meters apart. They are defeated when one of them is accidentally shot and killed, severely demoralizing the other two enough to allow the FBI to easily corner and arrest them.
4th Jun '16 1:12:12 PM ZombieAladdin
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* An episode of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' has the [=UnSub=] as a trio of construction workers who stick close together, travel together, and murder individuals by mobbing them one by one. Even when confronting the FBI at the end, they remain in roughly the same place, never separating more than a few meters apart. They are defeated when one of them is accidentally shot and killed, severely demoralizing the other two enough to allow the FBI to easily arrest them.
30th Apr '16 9:17:23 PM nanophosis
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* The twins, Sam and Eric (or Sam'n'Eric) in William Golding's "Lord of the Flies."
18th Apr '16 10:57:08 AM gravious
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* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseparability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (whilst remarking on an unrelated topic).

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* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseparability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (whilst remarking on an otherwise unrelated topic).
18th Apr '16 10:53:01 AM gravious
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18th Apr '16 10:51:10 AM gravious
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--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point.

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--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point."
18th Apr '16 10:49:52 AM gravious
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* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseparability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (whilst remarking on an unrelated topic).
--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point.



* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseperability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (while remarking on an unrelated topic.
--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point.

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* The British television presenters Creator/AntAndDec qualify as this. British audiences have been watching them for decades and are still not completely sure which one is which. Furthermore, their inseperability was perhaps best summed up by the comedian Creator/MarcusBrigstocke (while remarking on an unrelated topic.
--> "The relationship between war and religion is a lot like the relationship between Ant & Dec. You could have one without the other, but I'm not sure anyone would see the point.

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