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14th Jul '16 3:45:53 PM roxana
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* In Literature/LordOfTheRings pretty much everybody who survives gets married and settles down to BabiesForever; Aragorn and Arwen, Eowyn and Faramir, Eomer and Lothiriel, Sam and Rosie, Pippin and Diamond Took, Merry and Estella Bolger.


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* In Literature/LordOfTheRings pretty much everybody who survives gets married and settles down to BabiesForever; BabiesEverAfter; Aragorn and Arwen, Eowyn and Faramir, Eomer and Lothiriel, Sam and Rosie, Pippin and Diamond Took, Merry and Estella Bolger.

14th Jul '16 3:43:52 PM roxana
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\n* In Literature/LordOfTheRings pretty much everybody who survives gets married and settles down to BabiesForever; Aragorn and Arwen, Eowyn and Faramir, Eomer and Lothiriel, Sam and Rosie, Pippin and Diamond Took, Merry and Estella Bolger.

18th Dec '15 9:02:40 PM nombretomado
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According to [[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 [[TheSevenBasicPlots [[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.
12th Sep '15 11:38:09 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted in ''NoahsArc''. Just before Chance and Eddie's wedding [[spoiler:Alex comes across a ring and two plane tickets in Trey's jacket, and thinks Trey is getting ready to propose. When Eddie and Chance sign the commitment papers, Alex jumps up to ask if they can do another wedding, and says he'll marry Trey. Turns out the tickets were for him andGuy to go on a six month relief mission in Africa, and the ring is just to remind Alex that Trey loves him]].

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* Subverted in ''NoahsArc''.''Series/NoahsArc''. Just before Chance and Eddie's wedding [[spoiler:Alex comes across a ring and two plane tickets in Trey's jacket, and thinks Trey is getting ready to propose. When Eddie and Chance sign the commitment papers, Alex jumps up to ask if they can do another wedding, and says he'll marry Trey. Turns out the tickets were for him andGuy to go on a six month relief mission in Africa, and the ring is just to remind Alex that Trey loves him]].
11th Jul '15 7:28:21 AM Prfnoff
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See: PairTheSpares and CleaningUpRomanticLooseEnds. May result in a BabiesEverAfter epilogue.

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See: PairTheSpares and CleaningUpRomanticLooseEnds. May result in a BabiesEverAfter epilogue.
epilogue. Sillier shows might have one character MarryThemAll instead.
30th Mar '15 10:47:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheDrowsyChaperone'' ends with this. Basically, everyone except the two gangsters are married by a passing aviatrix. In some productions, even these end up together, resulting in a ''quintuple'' wedding.[[note]]The normal four are the original bride and groom, Adolpho and the Chaperone, Underling and Tottendale, and Kitty and Feldzeig.[[/note]]

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* ''TheDrowsyChaperone'' ''Theatre/TheDrowsyChaperone'' ends with this. Basically, everyone except the two gangsters are married by a passing aviatrix. In some productions, even these end up together, resulting in a ''quintuple'' wedding.[[note]]The normal four are the original bride and groom, Adolpho and the Chaperone, Underling and Tottendale, and Kitty and Feldzeig.[[/note]]
10th Mar '15 5:12:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''BostonLegal'', of all shows, ends with a double wedding [[spoiler:Denny/Alan and Shirley/Carl]] and the possibility of more.

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* ''BostonLegal'', ''Series/BostonLegal'', of all shows, ends with a double wedding [[spoiler:Denny/Alan and Shirley/Carl]] and the possibility of more.
12th Nov '14 6:58:57 PM Bissek
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* ''Theatre/{{Spamalot}}'' ended with Arthur marrying Guinevere (AKA "Lady of the Lake") and Lancelot marrying Herbert. It's hinted other characters get married in the "Not Yet Wed" number.

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* ''Theatre/{{Spamalot}}'' ended with Arthur marrying Guinevere (AKA "Lady of the Lake") and Lancelot marrying Herbert. It's hinted other characters get married in the "Not Yet Wed" number.number that the male members of the chorus marry the female members of the chorus.
29th Sep '14 4:25:49 PM PF_Fan
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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.]]
8th Sep '14 4:07:38 PM foxley
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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 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 Loves Labours Lost is still a comedy in every other sense of the Shakespearian word.

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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 LovesLaboursLost, ''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 Loves Labours Lost ''Theatre/LovesLaboursLost'' is still a comedy in every other sense of the Shakespearian word.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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