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26th Mar '16 9:02:44 AM nombretomado
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* Though the exact stock phrase isn't used, the concept appears several times in {{Coupling}}. Jane's reaction to this trope feeds her story arc in the "Inferno" episode.

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* Though the exact stock phrase isn't used, the concept appears several times in {{Coupling}}.''Series/{{Coupling}}''. Jane's reaction to this trope feeds her story arc in the "Inferno" episode.
18th Mar '16 11:58:53 PM Hossmeister
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7th Mar '16 8:47:13 PM AndreaTx
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* Sam and Dean's reaction when they meet their [[LongLostRelative half-brother, Adam,]] who recalls going to baseball games with their father. This is the same father who would leave Sam and Dean holed up in sleazy road-side motels for weeks with limited food and money and no adult supervision or outside contact. But [[spoiler: it turns out the story was fake. While Adam '''is''' their brother, he'd already been killed and a ghoul had assumed his form. The ghoul, who wanted revenge on their deceased father, John, instead took it out on the brothers, using what he'd learned about their lonely childhood to psychologically torture them. When they finally [[ItsALongStory meet the real Adam later in the season]], they find out he had even less contact with John than they did.]]
1st Jan '16 8:06:16 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Smallville}}'', Jimmy has this attitude towards Chloe, who has done more for Clark than he would ever know.

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* In ''{{Smallville}}'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', Jimmy has this attitude towards Chloe, who has done more for Clark than he would ever know.
26th Aug '15 7:29:10 PM nombretomado
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* On ''TheMuppetShow'', when Kermit informed Miss Piggy that Christopher Reeve was the guess star for the week, she exclaimed "Christopher 'Perfect Body' Reeve?!", and immediately ran off to freshen up. Then, a surprisingly jealous Kermit laments, "She never called ''me'' 'Perfect body'."

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* On ''TheMuppetShow'', ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', when Kermit informed Miss Piggy that Christopher Reeve was the guess star for the week, she exclaimed "Christopher 'Perfect Body' Reeve?!", and immediately ran off to freshen up. Then, a surprisingly jealous Kermit laments, "She never called ''me'' 'Perfect body'."



* ''MarriedWithChildren'': Bud and Kelly resent Seven because Peggy did for him good things she never did for them.

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* ''MarriedWithChildren'': ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'': Bud and Kelly resent Seven because Peggy did for him good things she never did for them.
26th Aug '15 12:31:31 PM Willbyr
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* ''RanmaOneHalf'': When Ranma offers to give [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend Ukyo]] a piggyback ride, [[LoveInterest Akane]] becomes jealous and irritable.

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* ''RanmaOneHalf'': ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': When Ranma offers to give [[UnluckyChildhoodFriend Ukyo]] a piggyback ride, [[LoveInterest Akane]] becomes jealous and irritable.
9th Aug '15 8:57:16 PM DrOO7
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* ''Series/ADifferentWorld'': As the campus prepares for a big football game, RichBitch Whitley is seen buying lunches for herself and her date, revealing that she's going to attend. Ex-fiance Dwayne is shocked at this, "You never wanted to go to a game with ''me''. Whitley snaps,, "''He'' takes his time to explain the game to me. He takes his time in other ways too."
22nd Jun '15 3:29:01 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* In the episode of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender called ''Bitter Work'', Aang calls Toph "Sifu Toph"...which leads Katara to say that he never called HER his Sifu (which is another word for mentor). Later on, though, he does call her Sifu Katara...which solves this little argument.

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* In the an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' called ''Bitter Work'', Aang calls Toph "Sifu Toph"...which leads Katara to say that he never called HER his Sifu (which is another word for mentor). Later on, though, he does call her Sifu Katara...which solves this little argument.
22nd May '15 8:47:30 AM Malitia
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* ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'': Odin's quiet admission that, yes, he does actually love Thor and Loki, gets [[spoiler:Old!Loki screaming as he watches, since apparently Odin never said that to him.]]

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* ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'': Odin's quiet admission that, yes, he does actually love Thor and Loki, gets [[spoiler:Old!Loki screaming as he watches, they watch, since apparently Odin never said that to him.them.]]
10th Mar '15 4:48:56 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of TwoAndAHalfMen, Charlie spends most of the episode teaching Jake how to behave at his first "boy-girl party". Eventually, Alan complains about how Charlie never taught him anything, and basically left him on his own, and suffered socially for it. Charlie does seem remorseful for this, but mentions how he was just a stupid teenager at the time, and didn't want to hang out with his little brother.
* The first season of ''BoardwalkEmpire'' has an example. Jimmy is [[LikeASonToMe like a son]] to VillainProtagonist and CorruptPolitician Nucky Thompson. When Jimmy gets in trouble with the law in a way that could potentially blow [[TheRoaringTwenties Nucky's interest in the illegal alcohol trade]], Nucky doesn't directly help Jimmy but he doesn't cut him loose either, instead offering Jimmy a little cash and a chance to jump town. After Jimmy leaves, Nucky's brother/[[TheDragon Dragon]] Eli rhetorically wonders if he would get the same slack. [[spoiler:Later in the season Eli is seriously wounded and publicly exposed as a DirtyCop. Nucky fires Eli from his position as Sheriff... at least until after the election is over, when he immediately hires Eli back. Too bad Eli has already become TheStarscream and joined a conspiracy against Nucky by then.]]

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* In an episode of TwoAndAHalfMen, ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'', Charlie spends most of the episode teaching Jake how to behave at his first "boy-girl party". Eventually, Alan complains about how Charlie never taught him anything, and basically left him on his own, and suffered socially for it. Charlie does seem remorseful for this, but mentions how he was just a stupid teenager at the time, and didn't want to hang out with his little brother.
* The first season of ''BoardwalkEmpire'' ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire'' has an example. Jimmy is [[LikeASonToMe like a son]] to VillainProtagonist and CorruptPolitician Nucky Thompson. When Jimmy gets in trouble with the law in a way that could potentially blow [[TheRoaringTwenties Nucky's interest in the illegal alcohol trade]], Nucky doesn't directly help Jimmy but he doesn't cut him loose either, instead offering Jimmy a little cash and a chance to jump town. After Jimmy leaves, Nucky's brother/[[TheDragon Dragon]] Eli rhetorically wonders if he would get the same slack. [[spoiler:Later in the season Eli is seriously wounded and publicly exposed as a DirtyCop. Nucky fires Eli from his position as Sheriff... at least until after the election is over, when he immediately hires Eli back. Too bad Eli has already become TheStarscream and joined a conspiracy against Nucky by then.]]
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