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9th May '17 3:32:39 PM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', this is the question Shelena's and Veres' storyline ultimately points towards, what with their [[BelligerentSexualTension constant fighting but also obvious enjoyment of each other's company]], even though they're [[FoeRomanceSubtext nominally mortal enemies and remind each other of that regularly]]. EveryoneCanSeeIt, though (that is, everyone except Rest), and reactions vary from Delirna's "So, how's he in bed?" to the villain's "Get your monster girlfriend away from me!". It doesn't get any better after Shelena has a LoveEpiphany right before the final battle and is only resolved via LastMinuteHookup in the epilogue.
23rd Apr '17 7:58:24 PM Scabbard
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': Fry and Leela, ARE THEY EVER! They have (technically) married twice, but both marriages were very brief, albeit for non-personal reasons. One involves [[spoiler:time going at accelerated speeds, due to one of Farnsworth's "brilliant" ideas]] the other [[spoiler:an aged version of Fry under an alternate persona who dumps Leela at the altar after realizing it will cause a time travel paradox.]]. Fry claims to have been fallen in love with Leela at first sight but that doesn't stop him from dating or having sex with other women. Leela very often snubs his advances, sometimes rather harshly. After a decade, she finally admits she loves him and they have an on again off again relationship for a season before becoming an official couple in the last(as of now) season.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': Fry and Leela, ARE THEY EVER! They have (technically) married twice, but both marriages were very brief, albeit for non-personal reasons. One involves [[spoiler:time going at accelerated speeds, due to one of Farnsworth's "brilliant" ideas]] the other [[spoiler:an aged version of Fry under an alternate persona who dumps Leela at the altar after realizing it will cause a time travel paradox.]]. Fry claims to have been fallen in love with Leela at first sight but that doesn't stop him from dating or having sex with other women. Leela very often snubs his advances, sometimes rather harshly. After a decade, she finally admits she loves him and they have an on again off again relationship for a season before becoming an official couple in the last(as last (as of now) season.
15th Apr '17 2:21:09 PM nombretomado
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* Jaye and Eric in ''{{Wonderfalls}}'': a woman who is terribly afraid of intimacy and a man who was so badly traumatized by his wife cheating on him on his honeymoon that wedding paraphernalia makes him faint. Naturally, this combination does not make for the smoothest sailing. [[spoiler: The last episode ''seems'' to indicate that they will]].

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* Jaye and Eric in ''{{Wonderfalls}}'': ''Series/{{Wonderfalls}}'': a woman who is terribly afraid of intimacy and a man who was so badly traumatized by his wife cheating on him on his honeymoon that wedding paraphernalia makes him faint. Naturally, this combination does not make for the smoothest sailing. [[spoiler: The last episode ''seems'' to indicate that they will]].
8th Apr '17 8:09:04 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': The relationship between Kaeloo and Mr. Cat. [[EveryoneCanSeeIt Even the other characters have figured out that they're in love with each other]], but they're both oblivious to the fact that the other likes them.
26th Feb '17 3:08:15 PM superkeijikun
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* ''VideoGame/{{Tenchu}}'' fans have been at war since the beginning on whether Ayame and Rikimaru are just partners, clan brother and sister, or secret lovers. Though the extra fouton in what certainly LOOKS like Rikimaru's house in Tenchu Z makes this troper believe the latter...

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* ''VideoGame/{{Tenchu}}'' fans have been at war since the beginning on whether Ayame and Rikimaru are just partners, clan brother and sister, or secret lovers. Though the The extra fouton futon in what certainly LOOKS like Rikimaru's house in Tenchu Z makes this troper believe suggests the latter...latter.
26th Feb '17 3:06:34 PM superkeijikun
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** House also had a "Did They Or Didn't They" with Cuddy. [[spoiler: They seem to sleep together in the season 5 finale (just a dream) and then again in the season 6 finale (for real this time, though it doesn't last)]]
** Between Foreman and Thirteen. [[spoiler:Foreman and Thirteen did.]]

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** House also had a "Did They Or Didn't They" with Cuddy. [[spoiler: They seem to sleep together in the season 5 finale (just (actually a dream) hallucination) and then again in the season 6 finale (for real this time, though it doesn't last)]]
** Between Foreman and Thirteen. [[spoiler:Foreman and Thirteen did.did, but they break up early in season 6.]]
19th Feb '17 9:34:47 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''AuntDimity'' series, Lori's repeated flirtations with men other than her husband Bill are often handled this way. To date, [[spoiler: nothing more than the occasional kiss has happened, but]] there have been a number of close calls, often when one or both characters has gotten wet from rain and needs to dry off and/or warm up.

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* In the ''AuntDimity'' ''Literature/AuntDimity'' series, Lori's repeated flirtations with men other than her husband Bill are often handled this way. To date, [[spoiler: nothing more than the occasional kiss has happened, but]] there have been a number of close calls, often when one or both characters has gotten wet from rain and needs to dry off and/or warm up.
12th Jan '17 6:39:35 PM Dravencour
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* Brienne and Jaime in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' - they've got plenty of BelligerentSexualTension, with an interesting twist on BeastAndBeauty thrown in, but it's as yet unresolved. Were the series less infamously grim, the odds might be more in their favour.

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* Brienne and Jaime in ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' - they've got plenty of BelligerentSexualTension, with an interesting twist on BeastAndBeauty thrown in, but it's as yet unresolved. Were the series less infamously grim, [[CrapsackWorld infamously]] [[AnyoneCanDie grim]], the odds might be more in their favour.
27th Dec '16 6:17:13 PM nombretomado
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* Arguably, Gene and Alex in ''AshesToAshes''; they're conscious of the mutual attraction, but have both backed out at least once when acting on it seems like a possibility.

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* Arguably, Gene and Alex in ''AshesToAshes''; ''Series/AshesToAshes''; they're conscious of the mutual attraction, but have both backed out at least once when acting on it seems like a possibility.
2nd Dec '16 6:58:57 AM GentlemensDame883
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See also AlmostKiss, HeldGaze, RelationshipUpgrade, LikeBrotherAndSister, MomentKiller, EveryoneCanSeeIt. When a series ends without even a [[MaybeEverAfter hint of resolution]] to will-they-or-won't-they, it's NoRomanticResolution. Contrast FriendsWithBenefits, where they ''definitely'' do it, but without the emotional baggage.

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See also AlmostKiss, HeldGaze, RelationshipUpgrade, LikeBrotherAndSister, MomentKiller, EveryoneCanSeeIt. When a series ends without even a [[MaybeEverAfter hint of resolution]] to will-they-or-won't-they, it's NoRomanticResolution. If it's more ambiguous, it's MaybeEverAfter. Contrast FriendsWithBenefits, where they ''definitely'' do it, but without the emotional baggage.
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