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22nd Mar '17 5:42:16 AM StarTropes
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** It's worth noting, though, that Bill didn't get much help from his own father in this area.
---> "Dad, when are you gonna tell me about sex? I'm thirty!"
14th Mar '17 9:29:08 PM DrOO7
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** Ironically, Dr. Quinn ends up needing a version of The Talk herself, with her only knowledge of sex coming from her medical books. Despite being a 30-something woman, she's still a virgin and nervous about her impending wedding night. Luckily, her friend Dorothy is there to offer her advice.

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** Ironically, Dr. Quinn asks Sully to give this to son Matthew when he begins courting immigrant girl Ingrid.
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ends up needing a version of The Talk herself, with her only knowledge of sex coming from her medical books. Despite being a 30-something woman, she's still a virgin and nervous about her impending wedding night. Luckily, her friend Dorothy is there to offer her advice.
6th Mar '17 3:22:46 PM ErikModi
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* Subverted in ''Series/TeenWolf''. When Scott's mom lets him borrow the car to go to a party, she asks if they need to have "The Talk." Scott replies not to worry, that he's not going to have sex, to which his mom replies, aghast, that she's referring to "The Talk" about filling up the car with gas when you borrow it.
6th Mar '17 3:16:25 PM ErikModi
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* Subverted (like you'd expect any different) in ''Film/TheAddamsFamilyValues''. Morticia is having a baby, so Wednesday and Pugsley are in the waiting room. As a young girl tells the story about a wish turning into a diamond that grows in the cabbage patch and turns into a baby as it's delivered by the stork, Wednesday, in one of Christina Ricci's best [[JustForPun deliveries]] ever, baldly states "My parents are having a baby. They had sex."

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* Subverted (like you'd expect any different) in ''Film/TheAddamsFamilyValues''.''[[Film/TheAddamsFamily The Addams Family Values]]''. Morticia is having a baby, so Wednesday and Pugsley are in the waiting room. As a young girl tells the story about a wish turning into a diamond that grows in the cabbage patch and turns into a baby as it's delivered by the stork, Wednesday, in one of Christina Ricci's best [[JustForPun deliveries]] ever, baldly states "My parents are having a baby. They had sex."
6th Mar '17 3:14:52 PM ErikModi
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* Subverted (like you'd expect any different) in ''Film/TheAddamsFamilyValues''. Morticia is having a baby, so Wednesday and Pugsley are in the waiting room. As a young girl tells the story about a wish turning into a diamond that grows in the cabbage patch and turns into a baby as it's delivered by the stork, Wednesday, in one of Christina Ricci's best [[JustForPun deliveries]] ever, baldly states "My parents are having a baby. They had sex."
22nd Feb '17 7:01:46 PM Ymirsdaughter
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* In the Norwegian comic strip ComicStrip/Nemi, Nemi tells a boy she is babysitting facts about flowers and bees, because "his dad paid her to do so".[[note]]The Norwegian phrase is "the flowers and bees" instead of "birds"[[/note]]
--->'''Nemi:''' Broccoli is actually a flower, but that's not to say that you can give a girl broccoli. We prefer roses.
22nd Feb '17 1:11:41 PM Narsil
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* ''{{Film/Maurice}}:'' On a group outing to the beach, family friend Mr. Ducie gives "the talk" to the young (and orphaned) Maurice. Beginning very awkwardly (and using clinical Latin terminology), Mr. Ducie sketches the body parts in the sand with a stick--growing more and more enthusiastic with his speech and his drawings. As they walk away, Mr. Ducie is horrified when a young girl in the party stumbles across his sand drawings.
18th Feb '17 3:37:37 AM Nakuyabi
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[[folder:Literature]]
* PlayedForDrama in ''Literature/WeCantRewind''. The parents find themselves having to explain to their ''nine-year-old children'' [[spoiler: what the purpose of the adult "game" those kids were playing is, what consequence may result from it, and the mother's tragic story of how she was molested and impregnated when she was eleven]]. The kids are duly horrified.
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3rd Feb '17 2:17:26 PM DaibhidC
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* In the ''What Does the K Stand For?'' episode "Working for a Living", Michael's parents insist that they've given their children the talk, even though neither Michael nor his sister have any recollection of this. It eventually transpires that they waited until both teenagers had headphones in, to avoid any awkward questions.

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* In the ''What Does the K Stand For?'' episode "Working for a Living", Michael's parents insist that they've given their children the talk, even though neither Michael nor his sister have any recollection of this. It eventually transpires that they waited until both teenagers had headphones in, on, to avoid any awkward questions.
3rd Feb '17 2:13:34 PM DaibhidC
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* In the ''What Does the K Stand For?'' episode "Working for a Living", Michael's parents insist that they've given their children the talk, even though neither Michael nor his sister have any recollection of this. It eventually transpires that they waited until both teenagers had headphones in, to avoid any awkward questions.
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