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20th Mar '18 9:45:06 AM 313Bluestreak
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** Alice and Bob routinely set up death traps for each other, and sometimes gets the other seriously injured, but the two are BashBrothers, HeterosexualLifePartners, and every weekend work on a charity they both started.

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** Alice and Bob routinely set up death traps for each other, and sometimes gets the other seriously injured, but the two are BashBrothers, LikeBrotherAndSister, HeterosexualLifePartners, and every weekend work on a charity they both started.
19th Mar '18 6:47:08 PM marcoasalazarm
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** Alice and Bob are HighSchoolSweethearts, not lovers, but pretty damn close. [[TheMasochismTango Their entire time on-screen is filled with their constant attempts to kill each other]], punctuated with killing anybody who tries to kill them while yelling "he's my friend!"

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** Alice and Bob are HighSchoolSweethearts, not lovers, but pretty damn close. [[TheMasochismTango Their entire time on-screen is filled with their constant attempts to kill each other]], punctuated with killing anybody who tries to kill them one of the pair for other plot-related reasons while yelling "he's my friend!"
19th Mar '18 6:42:48 PM marcoasalazarm
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** Alice and Bob are HighSchoolSweethearts, not lovers, but pretty damn close. [[TheMasochismTango Their entire time on-screen is filled with their constant attempts to kill each other]], punctuated with killing anybody who tries to kill them while yelling "he's my friend!"
29th Sep '17 1:25:38 PM NickTheCynic
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** Alice and Bob become extremely hateful towards one another and actually start fighting. It ends when one gives a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown to the other.
26th Sep '16 7:20:43 AM VPhantom
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* ''IntendedAudienceReaction / Plot Foundation'': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight... Which is, naturally, the whole point: The author wants to address the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.

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* ''IntendedAudienceReaction '''IntendedAudienceReaction / Plot Foundation'': Foundation''': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight... Which is, naturally, the whole point: The author wants to address the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.
26th Sep '16 7:20:29 AM VPhantom
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** It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight... Which is, naturally, the whole point: The author wants to address the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.


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* ''IntendedAudienceReaction / Plot Foundation'': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight... Which is, naturally, the whole point: The author wants to address the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.
26th Sep '16 7:18:33 AM VPhantom
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** It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight... Which is, naturally, the whole point: The author wants to address the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.



* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight, which, naturally, is the whole point: the author wants to point out the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.
26th Sep '16 7:00:12 AM Twoeyesshort
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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight, which, naturally, is the whole point: the author wants to point out the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue TheAesop about tolerance.

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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight, which, naturally, is the whole point: the author wants to point out the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue TheAesop the {{Aesop}} about tolerance.
26th Sep '16 6:59:23 AM Twoeyesshort
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* '''Exaggerated''': Alice and Bob are HeterosexualLifePartners, yet all they talk about is how much they loathe and despise each other.

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* '''Exaggerated''': '''Exaggerated''':
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Alice and Bob are HeterosexualLifePartners, yet all they talk about is how much they loathe and despise each other.
** Every last one of the show's conflicts are a result of GoodVsGood (or EvilVsEvil) because of how vitriolic a small group of friends are to each
other.



* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': It's almost impossible to tell which one of them the audience is supposed to side with when they fight, which, naturally, is the whole point: the author wants to point out the possibility (and frequency) of GoodVsGood. Cue TheAesop about tolerance.



%%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ???
30th Mar '16 12:24:53 AM User247
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* '''Inverted''': [[FriendlyEnemies Alice and Bob are mortal enemies, but they act friendly towards each other]].

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* '''Inverted''': [[FriendlyEnemies [[FriendlyEnemy Alice and Bob are mortal enemies, but they act friendly towards each other]].
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