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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': Håkan, Sune and Anna Västerström, the children of the couple behind the expedition. They all have BrattyHalfPint as their main character trait and are always acting together in their antics, which makes them quite a handful for any adult trying to deal with them alone.
15th Feb '17 12:27:07 AM AthenaBlue
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** The Osgoods, introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], are a human woman and a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Zygon]] that originally impersonated her for nefarious purposes. They ended up getting along swimmingly, and made themselves into symbols of the peace treaty between humans and Zygons, refusing to tell anyone which was which. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven "Death in Heaven"]], [[spoiler:the Master killed one of them, but the survivor ''still'' refused to spill the beans. Eventually, another Zygon [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E8TheZygonInversion took the place]] of the dead Osgood.]] They still refuse to tell anyone which is which. (According to Ingrid Oliver, their actress, it ''is'' possible to tell which Osgood is which -- and she and the writers know -- but no one has been able to figure it out yet.)

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** The Osgoods, introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], are a human woman and a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Zygon]] that originally impersonated her for nefarious purposes. They ended up getting along swimmingly, and made themselves into symbols of the peace treaty between humans and Zygons, refusing to tell anyone which was which. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven "Death in Heaven"]], [[spoiler:the Master killed one of them, but the survivor ''still'' refused to spill the beans. Eventually, another Zygon [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E8TheZygonInversion took the place]] of the dead Osgood.]] They still refuse to tell anyone which is which. They even have a PsychicLink so what one knows, both know. (According to Ingrid Oliver, their actress, it ''is'' possible to tell which Osgood is which -- and she and the writers know -- but no one has been able to figure it out yet.)
14th Feb '17 11:57:57 PM AthenaBlue
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** The Osgoods, introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], are a human woman and a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Zygon]] that originally impersonated her for nefarious purposes. They ended up getting along swimmingly, and made themselves into symbols of the peace treaty between humans and Zygons, refusing to tell anyone which was which. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven "Death in Heaven"]], [[spoiler:the Master killed one of them, but the survivor ''still'' refused to spill the beans. Eventually, another Zygon [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E8TheZygonInversion took the place]] of the dead Osgood.]] They still refuse to tell anyone which is which.

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** The Osgoods, introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], are a human woman and a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Zygon]] that originally impersonated her for nefarious purposes. They ended up getting along swimmingly, and made themselves into symbols of the peace treaty between humans and Zygons, refusing to tell anyone which was which. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven "Death in Heaven"]], [[spoiler:the Master killed one of them, but the survivor ''still'' refused to spill the beans. Eventually, another Zygon [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E8TheZygonInversion took the place]] of the dead Osgood.]] They still refuse to tell anyone which is which. (According to Ingrid Oliver, their actress, it ''is'' possible to tell which Osgood is which -- and she and the writers know -- but no one has been able to figure it out yet.)
14th Feb '17 11:56:49 PM AthenaBlue
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* Franchise/StarTrek:
** The [[MeaningfulName Bynars]] of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' are a species of twindividuals.
** In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "twinned Miradorn" (presumably there are non-twinned ones to whom this doesn't apply) are considered two halves of the same being. When one is killed before the other, the surviving twin calls his mourning a "loss of self," and his only purpose left in life is to avenge his twin before joining him in death.

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* Franchise/StarTrek:
** The [[MeaningfulName Bynars]] of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''
Twins Cody and Logan from ''Series/{{Baskets}}'' are a species of twindividuals.
** In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "twinned Miradorn" (presumably there are non-twinned ones to whom this doesn't apply) are considered two halves of
always seen and mentioned together, following up seamlessly on what the same being. When one is killed before the other, the surviving other says, working together as a DJ act and lacks TwinDesynch in contrast to their very, very different elder twin calls his mourning a "loss of self," and his only purpose left in life is to avenge his twin before joining him in death.brothers.



* The trio of jocks from ''Series/StudentBodies''. The cartoon shots even depict them as a single person with three heads.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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The trio Osgoods, introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of jocks from ''Series/StudentBodies''. The cartoon shots even depict them the Doctor"]], are a human woman and a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Zygon]] that originally impersonated her for nefarious purposes. They ended up getting along swimmingly, and made themselves into symbols of the peace treaty between humans and Zygons, refusing to tell anyone which was which. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E12DeathInHeaven "Death in Heaven"]], [[spoiler:the Master killed one of them, but the survivor ''still'' refused to spill the beans. Eventually, another Zygon [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E8TheZygonInversion took the place]] of the dead Osgood.]] They still refuse to tell anyone which is which.
* ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'', fittingly, has two examples, one of each type:
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Detectives Makky and Jinno]] are the Syndividiual, constantly disagreeing and arguing in funny ways but rarely seen apart except in the movies.
** High school students [[NamedAfterSomebodyFamous Queen and Elizabeth]] are the Twindividual: nearly indistinguishable, completely inseparable, and treated by the plot
as a single person with three heads.character.



* Franchise/StarTrek:
** The [[MeaningfulName Bynars]] of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' are a species of twindividuals.
** In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "twinned Miradorn" (presumably there are non-twinned ones to whom this doesn't apply) are considered two halves of the same being. When one is killed before the other, the surviving twin calls his mourning a "loss of self," and his only purpose left in life is to avenge his twin before joining him in death.
* The trio of jocks from ''Series/StudentBodies''. The cartoon shots even depict them as a single person with three heads.



* ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'', fittingly, has two examples, one of each type:
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Detectives Makky and Jinno]] are the Syndividiual, constantly disagreeing and arguing in funny ways but rarely seen apart except in the movies.
** High school students [[NamedAfterSomebodyFamous Queen and Elizabeth]] are the Twindividual: nearly indistinguishable, completely inseparable, and treated by the plot as a single character.
* Twins Cody and Logan from ''Series/{{Baskets}}'' are always seen and mentioned together, following up seamlessly on what the other says, working together as a DJ act and lacks TwinDesynch in contrast to their very, very different elder twin brothers.
11th Jan '17 2:48:42 AM Psychadelico
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Might overlap with HeterosexualLifePartners and ThoseTwoGuys. SingleMindedTwins is a subtrope. Compare LiteralSplitPersonality, HiveMind and IAmLegion. If the members of The Dividual are twins, expect any number of TwinTropes (especially SingleMindedTwins) to be in place. Sometimes, The Dividual will exhibit TwinTropes despite the fact that its members are not twins. For a romantic couple that is often referred to by a single name, see PortmanteauCoupleName.

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Might overlap with HeterosexualLifePartners and ThoseTwoGuys.HeterosexualLifePartners, ThoseTwoGuys and/or ThoseTwoBadGuys. SingleMindedTwins is a subtrope. Compare LiteralSplitPersonality, HiveMind and IAmLegion. If the members of The Dividual are twins, expect any number of TwinTropes (especially SingleMindedTwins) to be in place. Sometimes, The Dividual will exhibit TwinTropes despite the fact that its members are not twins. For a romantic couple that is often referred to by a single name, see PortmanteauCoupleName.
7th Jan '17 12:27:58 PM Observance
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* ''Literature/{{Neverwhere}}'' has [[MisterXAndMisterY Mr. Croup and Mr. Vandemar]], ThoseTwoBadGuys. They take their partnership seriously enough that [[spoiler:when Mr. Croup is sucked through a gateway into what is likely hell, Mr. Vandemar voluntarily follows him.]]

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* ''Literature/{{Neverwhere}}'' has [[MisterXAndMisterY Mr. Croup and Mr. Vandemar]], ThoseTwoBadGuys. They take their partnership seriously enough that [[spoiler:when Mr. Croup is sucked through a gateway into what is likely hell, deep space, Mr. Vandemar voluntarily follows him.]]
1st Dec '16 11:39:55 PM Elfkaiser
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* Shayne and Aurox from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' are a 16 year old punk ActionGirl that's somehow bonded to an Eldritch Abomination RockMonster. Together, the two function as one playable character.

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* Shayne and Aurox from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' are a 16 year old punk ActionGirl that's somehow bonded to an Eldritch Abomination EldritchAbomination RockMonster. Together, the two function as one playable character.
1st Dec '16 11:39:16 PM Elfkaiser
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* Shayne and Aurox from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' are a 16 year old punk ActionGirl that's somehow bonded to an Eldritch Abomination RockMonster. Together, the two function as one playable character.
25th Nov '16 4:37:59 AM StFan
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* Mairu and Kururi from ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'' (from the same author as ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'') are twins who don't even consider themselves as individuals. [[Characters/DurararaAnimeSupporting They too share an entry on the cast page]].
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Walker and Erika]] from ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'' also count. They share [[Characters/DurararaMainCharacters an entry on the cast page]] as well.

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* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'':
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Mairu and Kururi from ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'' (from the same author as ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'') are twins who don't even consider themselves as individuals. [[Characters/DurararaAnimeSupporting They too share an entry on the cast page]].
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Walker and Erika]] from ''{{LightNovel/Durarara}}'' also count. They share [[Characters/DurararaMainCharacters an entry on the cast page]] as well.



* Usagi and Minako in the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' anime aren't quite this because they're not together all the time and are more or less just ordinary friends, but that doesn't keep them from doing the SingleMindedTwins routine many times. They also look quite similar (namely because Minako was meant to be Usagi's decoy).
** It's a bit of a DevelopmentGag, since Minako is from the ''Manga/CodeNameSailorV'' manga, which was a prototype for Manga/SailorMoon.
** A more proper example would be Uranus and Neptune, The two were explicitly designed as a pair by Takeuchi and it shows. The two are always introduced as a pair, never get solo songs in the SeraMyu, only duets, and the times they're seen apart can be counted on one hand, and never appear in an episode/chapter/musical without the other. When they're forcibly separated for an episode in Sailor Stars, Uranus remarks on how weird it is to not have Neptune with her. While there are jokes that one of them often lacks a personality (normally Neptune) that doesn't revolve around the other among fans, the two are fleshed out as individuals but half of it is word of god or doesn't get to shine for any length of time.
** Another, albit brief, example are Sailor Moon and Chibi-Moon during SuperS. The two share a henshin sequence, which is OncePerEpisode, so they had to be joined at the hip unless there were multiple battles in the same episode that would allow them to transform off screen and save the big one for later.

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* ''Anime/SailorMoon'':
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Usagi and Minako in the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' anime aren't quite this because they're not together all the time and are more or less just ordinary friends, but that doesn't keep them from doing the SingleMindedTwins routine many times. They also look quite similar (namely because Minako was meant to be Usagi's decoy).
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decoy). It's a bit of a DevelopmentGag, since Minako is from the ''Manga/CodeNameSailorV'' manga, which was a prototype for Manga/SailorMoon.
** A more proper example would be Uranus and Neptune, The Neptune; the two were explicitly designed as a pair by Takeuchi and it shows. The two are always introduced as a pair, never get solo songs in the SeraMyu, only duets, and the times they're seen apart can be counted on one hand, and never appear in an episode/chapter/musical without the other. When they're forcibly separated for an episode in Sailor Stars, Uranus remarks on how weird it is to not have Neptune with her. While there are jokes that one of them often lacks a personality (normally Neptune) that doesn't revolve around the other among fans, the two are fleshed out as individuals but half of it is word of god or doesn't get to shine for any length of time.
** Another, albit albeit brief, example are Sailor Moon and Chibi-Moon during SuperS.''[=SuperS=]. The two share a henshin sequence, which is OncePerEpisode, so they had to be joined at the hip unless there were multiple battles in the same episode that would allow them to transform off screen and save the big one for later.



* The HalfIdenticalTwins from ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', Luca and Lua, are often treated as one character, which is even reflecting in the name of Team 5D's. While this is partially true and the twins do have a very strong bond, this trope is often subverted. For most of the time, Lua is treated as an extra to his younger sister Luca, mostly because of him being not a Signer until the GrandFinale. Lua is also given more screentime and character interactions, despite Luca being technically more important to the plot and setting than her brother.



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* Dupont and Dupond from ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' (Thomson and Thompson for the English-speakers.)
* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Huey, Dewie and Louie]]. The fact that they have all the exact same personality, and are impossible to tell apart without their hats, means that they're basically one boy with three bodies. Subverted in a ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode, when one of them decides to leave The Dividual.
** Even ''Duck Tales'' has it less than the early comics, where their dialogue was one speech bubble with three arrows, when they weren't FinishingEachOthersSentences instead.
** And completely averted in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', by which point they had undergone DivergentCharacterEvolution.

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* Dupont and Dupond from ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' (Thomson and Thompson for the English-speakers.)
English-speakers).
* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse: Huey, Dewie and Louie]].Louie. The fact that they have all the exact same personality, and are impossible to tell apart without their hats, means that they're basically one boy with three bodies. Subverted in a ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode, when one of them decides to leave The Dividual.
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Dividual. Even ''Duck Tales'' has it less than the early comics, where their dialogue was one speech bubble with three arrows, when they weren't FinishingEachOthersSentences instead.
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instead. And completely averted in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'', by which point they had undergone DivergentCharacterEvolution.



* The HalfIdenticalTwins from ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', Luca and Lua, are often treated as one character, which is even reflecting in the name of Team 5D's. While this is partially true and the twins do have a very strong bond, this trope is often subverted. For most of the time, Lua is treated as an extra to his younger sister Luca, mostly because of him being not a Signer until the GrandFinale. Lua is also given more screentime and character interactions, despite Luca being technically more important to the plot and setting than her brother.



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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' gives us Alpharius Omegon, the Primarch of the Alpha Legion. In reality they were Alpharius and Omegon, who were identical twins and are described as "two bodies, but one soul". As their combat doctrine focused on espionage, deception, and covert ops, force they frequently switched places for their own ends; and to complicate matters, the entire Alpha Legion ''also'' looks like them, and one of their calling cards was that each one identified themselves as "Alpharius". When they interacted with other members of the Imperium formally, Alpharius was the public face, while Omegon's existence was one of the best kept secrets in the galaxy. This is so extreme that one, both, or neither of them may have died shortly after the Heresy, and no one knows which.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' gives us Alpharius Omegon, the Primarch of the Alpha Legion. In reality they were Alpharius and Omegon, who were identical twins and are described as "two bodies, but one soul". As their combat doctrine focused on espionage, deception, and covert ops, force they frequently switched places for their own ends; and to complicate matters, the entire Alpha Legion ''also'' looks like them, and one of their calling cards was that each one identified themselves as "Alpharius". When they interacted with other members of the Imperium formally, Alpharius was the public face, while Omegon's existence was one of the best kept secrets in the galaxy. This is so extreme that one, both, or neither of them may have died shortly after the Heresy, and no one knows which.



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* [[ThoseTwoGuys Virus and Trip]] from "VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder" are often seen together, share a bad ending together, dress as the exact opposite of each other's outfit, work in the yakuza, and are both [[spoiler:leaders of Morphine and [[InLoveWithYourCarnage dangerously obsessed with Aoba]]]].

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* [[ThoseTwoGuys Virus and Trip]] from "VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder" ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'' are often seen together, share a bad ending together, dress as the exact opposite of each other's outfit, work in the yakuza, and are both [[spoiler:leaders of Morphine and [[InLoveWithYourCarnage dangerously obsessed with Aoba]]]].



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* From ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', the [[Characters/TheOrderOfTheStickDivineBeings Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission]] is composed of Lee (a devil), Nero (a daemon) and Cedrik (a demon) that always talk and act as a trio. They're basically interchangeable, and despite being supposedly of different evil alignments, don't really have distinct personalities. Sabine describes their team dynamic in strip #903, but they'd still be identical without the color-coding.



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--> '''Andy''' Back to you Ollie!
--> '''Ollie''' Back to you Andy!
--> '''Andy''' Back to you Ollie!
* Terri and Sherri from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', the CreepyTwins in Bart's class. It's never made clear which is which. They even go to the model UN as Trinidad and Tobago (a single country). However, they do insist that they're individuals, and Bart apparently has a crush on one of them.
-->'''Both''': I'm Sherri, she's Terri.
** One episode even uses the line "Sherri, but not Terri" as a gag by itself.
** Rod and Todd Flanders, despite a two year age gap.

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--> '''Andy''' -->'''Andy:''' Back to you Ollie!
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Ollie!\\
'''Ollie:'''
Back to you Andy!
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Andy!\\
'''Andy''' Back to you Ollie!
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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Terri and Sherri from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', , the CreepyTwins in Bart's class. It's never made clear which is which. They even go to the model UN as Trinidad and Tobago (a single country). However, they do insist that they're individuals, and Bart apparently has a crush on one of them.
-->'''Both''': I'm Sherri, she's Terri.
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them. One episode even uses the line "Sherri, but not Terri" as a gag by itself.
--->'''Both:''' I'm Sherri, she's Terri.
** Rod and Todd Flanders, despite a two year two-year age gap.



* The Bully Brothers from ''ThePerilsOfPenelopePitstop.''
* ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjectsDuke'': and Earl, King Leonardo's twin nephews.
* Peepeye, Poopeye, Pupeye and Pipeye, the lookalike nephews of {{Popeye}}. In the Famous Studio shorts, their verbal tic was starting a sentence then sending it to the next down the line to the last person for completion.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' had various examples of this trope:
** Mr. Fibb and Mr. Wink, two HeterosexualLifePartners who attacked using special chairs, their name is even a shoutout to Wint and Kidd from the above James Bond example.
** The Delightful Children from Down the Lane are five kids who generally act as a single entity and speaking in creepy monotone, though there are instances of them working appart from time to time.

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* %%* The Bully Brothers from ''ThePerilsOfPenelopePitstop.''
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''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjectsDuke'': and Earl, King Leonardo's twin nephews.
* Peepeye, Poopeye, Pupeye and Pipeye, the lookalike nephews of {{Popeye}}.WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}. In the Famous Studio shorts, their verbal tic was starting a sentence then sending it to the next down the line to the last person for completion.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' had has various examples of this trope:
** Mr. Fibb and Mr. Wink, two HeterosexualLifePartners who attacked using special chairs, their name is chairs. They're never seen apart, even a shoutout to when they're not doing villainy, like watching TV. Of course, they're based on Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd from ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''.
** Taken UpToEleven, however, are
the above James Bond example.
** The
five Delightful Children from Down the Lane Lane. They are five kids who generally act as a single entity and speaking in creepy monotone, though there are instances of them working appart from time to time.different families, but they function as an individual. They stick close enough together that they're in physical contact with each other, never separate (except on two occasions, which become major plot points for those episodes), occupy the same seat at school, and even speak in unison. The only reason why they aren't a HiveMind is that their actions and reactions become different from each other when panicked -- otherwise, they're on identical mental wavelengths.



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* Richandamy from ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}'' are an extreme example: they're only physically separated when they HAVE to be (such as separate classes), and have been seen literally contorting and stretching superhumanly to be together even then. During a temporary breakup the others were literally ''unable'' to call them by their separate names, as in it caused Jeremy physical pain to do so.
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* [[EnthrallingSiren The Dazzlings]] from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks'' are this. They all have distinct personalities (Adagio is the [[ManipulativeBastard scheming]] [[AlphaBitch leader]], Aria is the [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]], surly [[BetaBitch second-in-command]] and [[EnsembleDarkhorse Sonata Dusk]] is the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} spaced-out]], [[TheDitz ditzy]] one and obviously the bottom of the heap), but they're never seen apart and function, story-wise, as a single unit.

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* [[EnthrallingSiren The Dazzlings]] from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks'' are this. ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsRainbowRocks''. They all have distinct looks and personalities (Adagio is the [[ManipulativeBastard scheming]] [[AlphaBitch leader]], Aria is the [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]], surly [[BetaBitch second-in-command]] and [[EnsembleDarkhorse Sonata Dusk]] is the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} spaced-out]], [[TheDitz ditzy]] one and obviously the bottom of the heap), but they're never seen apart and function, story-wise, as a single unit.unit.
%%* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}'', {{invoked}} by Remy and Linguini, who deliberately become this.



* TheViewAskewniverse as created by Creator/KevinSmith has Jay and Silent Bob.

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* TheViewAskewniverse Film/TheViewAskewniverse as created by Creator/KevinSmith has Jay and Silent Bob.



* TheManWithTheIronFists - Features the Gemini Killers, male and female, always shown together and unstoppable as a pair as their fighting style is entirely based around working as a single unit. Their motifi features the Ying-Yang symbol heavily.

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* TheManWithTheIronFists - Features ''Film/TheManWithTheIronFists'' features the Gemini Killers, male and female, always shown together and unstoppable as a pair as their fighting style is entirely based around working as a single unit. Their motifi motif features the Ying-Yang symbol heavily.



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* In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', Agents Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons spend enough time together that they are referred to by pretty much everybody (up to and including Director Fury) as "Fitzsimmons" (And occasionally it's "Fitzsimmons ''is''..." rather than "Fitzsimmons ''are''..."). They even sort of refer to themselves this way, using "we" a lot and automatically operating under the assumption that they feel the same way about everything (e.g. "He was our favorite professor"). Although they are both scientists, they fulfill separate roles, specializing in engineering and biochem, respectively. Their personalities are also shown to be [[RedOniBlueOni opposing but complementary]] in many respects.
* {{Invoked}} in the ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' episode "My Fairy Tale", where Carla and Turk merge into one annoying two-headed monster.
** Turk and JD are such inseparable friends that in one episode it is joked that, in college, Turk dated an Indian girl who only went out with him because she thought his last name was [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign "Anjaydee."]] (This is strictly InUniverse, though, as JD and Turk are actually the main characters and both have a lot of individual depth apart from being each others' best friends.)

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* In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', Agents Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons spend enough time together that they are referred to by pretty much everybody (up to and including Director Fury) as "Fitzsimmons" (And (and occasionally it's "Fitzsimmons ''is''..." rather than "Fitzsimmons ''are''..."). They even sort of refer to themselves this way, using "we" a lot and automatically operating under the assumption that they feel the same way about everything (e.g. "He was our favorite professor"). Although they are both scientists, they fulfill separate roles, specializing in engineering and biochem, respectively. Their personalities are also shown to be [[RedOniBlueOni opposing but complementary]] in many respects.
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'':
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{{Invoked}} in the ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' episode "My Fairy Tale", where Carla and Turk merge into one annoying two-headed monster.
** Turk and JD J.D. are such inseparable friends that in one episode it is joked that, in college, Turk dated an Indian girl who only went out with him because she thought his last name was [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign "Anjaydee."]] "Anjaydee"]]. (This is strictly InUniverse, though, as JD J.D. and Turk are actually the main characters and both have a lot of individual depth apart from being each others' best friends.)




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* Richandamy from ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}'' are an extreme example: they're only physically separated when they HAVE to be (such as separate classes), and have been seen literally contorting and stretching superhumanly to be together even then. During a temporary breakup the others were literally ''unable'' to call them by their separate names, as in it caused Jeremy physical pain to do so.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}}'', {{invoked}} by Remy and Linguini, who deliberately become this.
* [[ExaggeratedTrope Exaggerated]] in the title character(s) of ''WesternAnimation/CatDog''.

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* Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb in ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' are never seen apart, even when they're not doing villainy, like watching TV. Of course, they're based on Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd from ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''.
** Taken UpToEleven, however, are the five Delightful Children from Down the Lane. They are five kids from different families, but they function as an individual. They stick close enough together that they're in physical contact with each other, never separate (except on two occasions, which become major plot points for those episodes), occupy the same seat at school, and even speak in unison. The only reason why they aren't a HiveMind is that their actions and reactions become different from each other when panicked—otherwise, they're on identical mental wavelengths.
* Frix and Frax in ''ComicBook/BuckyOHareAndTheToadWars''. They almost never appear separately.

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* Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb in ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' are never seen apart, even when they're not doing villainy, like watching TV. Of course, they're based on Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd from ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''.
** Taken UpToEleven, however, are the five Delightful Children from Down the Lane. They are five kids from different families, but they function as an individual. They stick close enough together that they're in physical contact with each other, never separate (except on two occasions, which become major plot points for those episodes), occupy the same seat at school, and even speak in unison. The only reason why they aren't a HiveMind is that their actions and reactions become different from each other when panicked—otherwise, they're on identical mental wavelengths.
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%%* Frix and Frax in ''ComicBook/BuckyOHareAndTheToadWars''. They almost never appear separately.
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