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8th Mar '18 9:37:34 AM Oecchi
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* At the end of the [[WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies Silly Symphony]] ''Music Land'', not only do the Violin and Saxophone get married, but so do the Violin's mother and the Saxophone's father.

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* At the end of the [[WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies Silly Symphony]] ''Music Land'', ''WesternAnimation/MusicLand'', not only do the Violin and Saxophone get married, but so do the Violin's mother and the Saxophone's father.
16th Feb '18 10:48:52 PM nombretomado
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** Strangely enough, Creator/DavidEKelley's earlier show ''PicketFences'' also ended in this way, with a ''triple'' wedding for [[spoiler:Max/Kenny, Carter/Sue and Wambaugh and his wife Miriam who were renewing their vows.]]

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** Strangely enough, Creator/DavidEKelley's earlier show ''PicketFences'' ''Series/PicketFences'' also ended in this way, with a ''triple'' wedding for [[spoiler:Max/Kenny, Carter/Sue and Wambaugh and his wife Miriam who were renewing their vows.]]
18th Dec '17 11:10:30 AM Doctor_Merciful
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Mantis, Scarlet Witch, do you all accept your respective husbands until DisneyDeath do you part, or until you AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence, or until you become TooPowerfulToLive, or whatever...?"]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"Mantis, [[caption-width-right:295:"Mantis, Scarlet Witch, do you all accept your respective husbands until DisneyDeath do you part, or until you AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence, or until you become TooPowerfulToLive, or whatever...?"]]
11th Dec '17 11:00:35 AM ChronoLegion
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* The Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} CrisisCrossover ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' ends [[spoiler: with Barry and Iris ''finally'' getting married, and Felicity being inspired by their vows to accept Ollie's proposal from earlier, so they get married as well.]]

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* The Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} CrisisCrossover ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' ends [[spoiler: with Barry and Iris ''finally'' getting married, and Felicity being inspired by their vows to accept Ollie's proposal from earlier, so they get married as well.]]
]] Partly subverted later, when it's revealed that [[spoiler:Barry and Iris aren't completely okay with Olicity hijacking their wedding. Meanwhile, Felicity's mother and Thea are both upset that they weren't invited to the wedding]].
10th Dec '17 7:22:10 AM DaibhidC
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* At the end of the ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'' version of "[[Literature/LeMorteDArthur The Tale of Sir Gareth of Orkney]]", Gareth and Gaheris marry Lyonesse and Lynette (or the other way round in the Space Arc, based on ''Literature/IdyllsOfTheKing'') in the same ceremony.
10th Dec '17 7:16:40 AM DaibhidC
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* The Franchise/{{Arrowverse}} CrisisCrossover ''Series/CrisisOnEarthX'' ends [[spoiler: with Barry and Iris ''finally'' getting married, and Felicity being inspired by their vows to accept Ollie's proposal from earlier, so they get married as well.]]


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5th Dec '17 6:49:46 PM nombretomado
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** Strangely enough, [[DavidEKelley David E. Kelley]]'s earlier show ''PicketFences'' also ended in this way, with a ''triple'' wedding for [[spoiler:Max/Kenny, Carter/Sue and Wambaugh and his wife Miriam who were renewing their vows.]]

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** Strangely enough, [[DavidEKelley David E. Kelley]]'s Creator/DavidEKelley's earlier show ''PicketFences'' also ended in this way, with a ''triple'' wedding for [[spoiler:Max/Kenny, Carter/Sue and Wambaugh and his wife Miriam who were renewing their vows.]]
13th Sep '17 8:40:34 PM MisterDrBob2
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* ''Theatre/{{Endymion}}'' ends with Eumenides and Semele, and Tellus and Corsites paired up to be married, and Dipsas and Geron to be reunited in marriage. Notably, this outcome does not include the title character and his love, the moon goddess Cynthia.

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* ''Theatre/{{Endymion}}'' ends with Eumenides and Semele, and Tellus and Corsites Corsites, and Sir Tophas and Bagoa paired up to be married, and Dipsas and Geron to be reunited in marriage. Notably, this outcome does not include the title character and his love, the moon goddess Cynthia.
13th Sep '17 8:40:01 PM MisterDrBob2
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* Nearly every comedy by Creator/WilliamShakespeare. The most notorious example is ''Theatre/AsYouLikeIt'', which has '''four''' couples getting married at the end by Hymen, the God of Marriage. This trope is averted by ''Thetare/LovesLaboursLost'', in which no less than '''five''' couples have every reason, including desire, to get married by the end, but they can't get married right away for reasons which do not match up with a tragedy. But ''Theatre/LovesLaboursLost'' is still a comedy in every other sense of the Shakespearian word. There is also some evidence to suggest that there was supposed to be a sequel to ''Theatre/LoveslaboursLost'' that would have put everything right.

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* Nearly every comedy by Creator/WilliamShakespeare. The most notorious example is ''Theatre/AsYouLikeIt'', which has '''four''' couples getting married at the end by Hymen, the God of Marriage. This trope is averted by ''Thetare/LovesLaboursLost'', in which no less than '''five''' couples have every reason, including desire, to get married by the end, but they can't get married right away for reasons which do not match up with a tragedy. But ''Theatre/LovesLaboursLost'' is still a comedy in every other sense of the Shakespearian word. There is also some evidence to suggest that there was supposed to be a sequel to ''Theatre/LoveslaboursLost'' that would have put everything right.


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* ''Theatre/{{Endymion}}'' ends with Eumenides and Semele, and Tellus and Corsites paired up to be married, and Dipsas and Geron to be reunited in marriage. Notably, this outcome does not include the title character and his love, the moon goddess Cynthia.
18th Jul '17 8:23:14 AM johnnye
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According to [[Literature/TheSevenBasicPlots Christopher Booker]], the definition of a comedy is where three or more relationships are in disarray and/or kept apart by one central relationship being kept apart, so fix the hero's relationship, and the [[PairTheSpares others fall into place]]. By that logic the most logical ending to a comedy would be to have the side relationships work out when the central one does, so it makes sense that things become fine in the end.

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According to [[Literature/TheSevenBasicPlots Christopher Booker]], the definition of a comedy (in the classical sense) is where three or more relationships are in disarray and/or kept apart by one central relationship being kept apart, so fix the hero's relationship, and the [[PairTheSpares others fall into place]]. By that logic the most logical ending to a comedy would be to have the side relationships work out when the central one does, so it makes sense that things become fine in the end.
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