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18th Jun '17 10:19:23 AM nombretomado
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* This is the basis of the [[WaltDisney Disney]] film ''Film/WishUponAStar'', where Alexia and Hayley switch places. The differences are accentuated by using their favourite styles of music (rock and classical, respectively) in the background of their scenes.

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* This is the basis of the [[WaltDisney Disney]] Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Film/WishUponAStar'', where Alexia and Hayley switch places. The differences are accentuated by using their favourite styles of music (rock and classical, respectively) in the background of their scenes.
31st May '17 5:31:50 PM Linda58
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* Series/{{Arrow}} has the Lance sisters, Sara and Laurel. On top of sharing FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling dynamics, Sara and Laurel have competed for Ollie's affections.

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* Series/{{Arrow}} has the Lance sisters, Sara and Laurel. On top of sharing FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling dynamics, Sara and Laurel have competed for Ollie's affections.affections, with Laurel sabotaging Sara's chance to start dating Oliver and Sara sleeping with him after he starts dating Laurel. By the present, the rivalry has largely disappeared with Laurel being a CoolBigSis to Sara, [[spoiler:shame they keep dying on one another]].
29th May '17 9:23:09 AM M84
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** First off, we have Celestia and Luna, the [[PhysicalGod embodiments of day and night]]. Older sister Celestia is the Popular One - the [[GodEmperor God Empress]] of Equestria who brings daylight to the land, beloved by all of her people - while the younger Luna shows traces of the Smart One (she has PsychicPowers including being a DreamWalker) and, in her opinion, isn't as well-liked, because everypony is asleep when she delivers nighttime to the world. Luna's jealousy of Celestia's popularity eventually [[GreenEyedMonster transforms her into the monstrous Nightmare Moon]], which in turn forces Celestia to banish her to the moon for a thousand years. By the end of the pilot, Luna has been healed, and the two sisters mend their relationship (though a few later episodes, and the tie-in comics, hint that they're still rivals, though to a far lesser extent).

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** First off, we have Celestia and Luna, the [[PhysicalGod embodiments of day and night]]. Older sister Celestia is the Popular One - the [[GodEmperor God Empress]] of Equestria who brings daylight to the land, beloved by all of her people - while the younger Luna shows traces of the Smart One (she has PsychicPowers including being a DreamWalker) and, in her opinion, isn't as well-liked, because everypony is asleep when she delivers nighttime to the world. Luna's jealousy of Celestia's popularity eventually [[GreenEyedMonster transforms her into the monstrous Nightmare Moon]], which in turn forces Celestia to banish her to the moon for a thousand years. By the end of the pilot, Luna has been healed, and the two sisters mend their relationship (though a few later episodes, and the tie-in comics, hint that they're still rivals, though to a far lesser extent). This is the central conflict in the Season 7 episode "A Royal Problem", with both sisters being upset with each other because they believe that the other has the easier job. Luna thinks Celestia has it easy basking in the love and adoration of her subjects. Celestia thinks Luna has it easy dealing with dreams instead of being a SlaveToPR.
27th May '17 10:58:05 AM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler: Lisbeth and her sister Camilla Salander]] in the MillenniumTrilogy are so at odds with each other they have been in separate classes their entire life and haven't spoken to each other or even seen each other since they were sixteen, when their meeting resulted in a DesignatedGirlFight.

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* [[spoiler: Lisbeth and her sister Camilla Salander]] in the MillenniumTrilogy ''Literature/TheMillenniumTrilogy'' are so at odds with each other they have been in separate classes their entire life and haven't spoken to each other or even seen each other since they were sixteen, when their meeting resulted in a DesignatedGirlFight.
15th May '17 7:26:12 PM nombretomado
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** Family relations have "normalized" somewhat and something of a Good Friday Agreement has been entered into following the tragic and premature death of Bernadette Nolan. However, the youngest and most successful Sister, [[TalkShow TV presenter Colleen]], almost immediately set about getting her retaliation in first, via an autobiography serialised in ''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers the Daily Mirror]]''. This could run on for as long as the [[TheTroubles other Troubles]].

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** Family relations have "normalized" somewhat and something of a Good Friday Agreement has been entered into following the tragic and premature death of Bernadette Nolan. However, the youngest and most successful Sister, [[TalkShow TV presenter Colleen]], almost immediately set about getting her retaliation in first, via an autobiography serialised in ''[[UsefulNotes/BritishNewspapers the Daily Mirror]]''. This could run on for as long as the [[TheTroubles [[UsefulNotes/TheTroubles other Troubles]].
23rd Apr '17 9:56:55 AM nombretomado
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** This is toned down in [[GameOfThrones the television adaptation]], in which Arya and Sansa still bicker and annoy each other, but generally stay to their own devices rather than engage in a real feud, with the most intense and mean-spirited occasions of rivalry from the books cut out.

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** This is toned down in [[GameOfThrones [[Series/GameOfThrones the television adaptation]], in which Arya and Sansa still bicker and annoy each other, but generally stay to their own devices rather than engage in a real feud, with the most intense and mean-spirited occasions of rivalry from the books cut out.



* Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield from the ''SweetValleyHigh'' books.

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* Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield from the ''SweetValleyHigh'' ''Literature/SweetValleyHigh'' books.
20th Apr '17 12:48:10 AM RainbowPhoenix
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** Turns out to be GenerationXerox to some extent: their mother, Helen, has an acrimonious relationship with her older sister Rita, and to a lesser extent their younger sister Amy. Rita seems to be the pretty one, Amy the smart one, and Helen the overachiever who's become the most successful. Interestingly, each sister has their own gripes towards the other two. Despite being spoiled the most by their mother, Rita felt that Helen's achievements made Amy and herself look lazy; whereas Amy got out of doing anything for the family by shutting herself in. By comparison, Amy feels that Helen was too high strung/high maintenance (going as far to congratulate Jake for putting up with her) and resented the constant attention that Rita got from their mother which in turn led to Amy constantly withdrawing herself.

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** Turns out to be GenerationXerox to some extent: their mother, Helen, has an acrimonious relationship with her older sister Rita, and to a lesser extent their younger sister Amy. Rita seems to be the pretty one, Amy the smart one, and Helen the overachiever who's become the most successful. Interestingly, each sister has their own gripes towards the other two. Despite being spoiled the most by their mother, Rita felt that Helen's achievements made Amy and herself look lazy; whereas Amy got out of doing anything for the family by shutting herself in. By comparison, Amy feels that Helen was too high strung/high maintenance (going as far to congratulate Jake for putting up with her) and resented the constant attention that Rita got from their mother which in turn led to Amy constantly withdrawing herself. Witnessing all this leads Daria and Quinn to decide that [[CharacterDevelopment they don't want to feel that kind of resentment toward each other twenty years down the line, and start working to get along with each other better]].
17th Apr '17 4:42:53 AM BB8ForPresident
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa and Arya Stark. Sansa fills the role of "the pretty one" - she is popular, courtly, and fashionable, but ThinksLikeARomanceNovel, though she is far from unintelligent, particularly in recent episodes. Arya lacks manners and polish, but is more StreetSmart, filling the role of "the smart one". You cannot leave them alone without both finding ways to hurt the other and then feel sorry about it later.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa and Arya Stark. Sansa fills the role of "the pretty one" - as she is popular, courtly, and fashionable, but ThinksLikeARomanceNovel, though she is - although far from unintelligent, particularly in recent episodes. stupid - is hopelessly naive, ignorant and ThinksLikeARomanceNovel. Meanwhile Arya lacks manners and polish, but is more StreetSmart, filling fills the role of "the smart one".one" as she's StreetSmart, perceptive and quick-witted, but lacks manners, polish and is considered plain. You cannot leave them alone without both finding ways to hurt the other and then feel sorry about it later. As the series continues they downplay this, as Sansa becomes more intelligent and manipulative while Arya grows into her looks.
10th Apr '17 1:46:02 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa and Arya Stark. Sansa fills the role of "the pretty one" - she is popular, courtly, and fashionable, but ThinksLikeARomanceNovel, though she is far from unintelligent, particularly in recent episodes. Arya lacks manners and polish, but is more StreetSmart, filling the role of "The Smart One". You cannot leave them alone without both finding ways to hurt the other and then feel sorry about it later.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa and Arya Stark. Sansa fills the role of "the pretty one" - she is popular, courtly, and fashionable, but ThinksLikeARomanceNovel, though she is far from unintelligent, particularly in recent episodes. Arya lacks manners and polish, but is more StreetSmart, filling the role of "The Smart One"."the smart one". You cannot leave them alone without both finding ways to hurt the other and then feel sorry about it later.
10th Apr '17 1:45:20 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa and Arya Stark. Sansa fills the role of "the pretty one" - she is popular, courtly, and fashionable, but ThinksLikeARomanceNovel, though she is far from unintelligent, particularly in recent episodes. Arya lacks manners and polish, but is more StreetSmart. You cannot leave them alone without both finding ways to hurt the other and then feel sorry about it later.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa and Arya Stark. Sansa fills the role of "the pretty one" - she is popular, courtly, and fashionable, but ThinksLikeARomanceNovel, though she is far from unintelligent, particularly in recent episodes. Arya lacks manners and polish, but is more StreetSmart.StreetSmart, filling the role of "The Smart One". You cannot leave them alone without both finding ways to hurt the other and then feel sorry about it later.
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