History Series / UnGarsUneFille

28th Apr '16 4:31:52 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ActingForTwo: A number of actors played multiple roles throughout the series.



* CastingGag: Most of Guy's old friends are played by members of "Rock & Belles Oreilles", a comedy troupe which Guy A. Lepage was part of.



* TheDanza: Both Guy (Guy A. Lepage) and Sylvie (Sylvie Léonard).



* RealLifeRelative: Sylvie's best friend Loulou was played by Guy A. Lepage's wife Louise Richer. In the "1968" skit, a fictional story about how Guy and Sylvie would have met each other as children, young Guy is played by Guy A. Lepage's real-life son while young Sylvie is played by Sylvie Léonard's real-life daughter.
22nd Sep '15 8:34:55 PM karstovich2
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''Un Gars, Une Fille'' ("A Guy, A Girl") was a French-Canadian television series created by Guy A. Lepage (of ''Rock Et Belles Oreilles'' fame), spun off from a series of short sketches he'd done for his talk show ''Besoin D'Amour'', that ran on Radio-Canada from 1997 to 2003.

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''Un Gars, Une Fille'' ("A Guy, A Girl") was a French-Canadian television series created by Guy A. Lepage (of ''Rock Et Belles Oreilles'' fame), spun off from a series of short sketches he'd done for his talk show ''Besoin D'Amour'', that ran on Radio-Canada [[Creator/{{CBC}} Radio-Canada]] from 1997 to 2003.
7th Feb '14 12:29:01 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BerserkButton: For Guy it's the idea of spending time with his mother-in-law, for Sylvie it's a jealous rage over Guy's HotAmazon business partner Genevieve.

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* BerserkButton: For Guy it's the idea of spending time with his mother-in-law, for Sylvie it's a jealous rage over Guy's HotAmazon business partner Genevieve.
9th Sep '13 6:55:06 AM SeptimusHeap
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26th Aug '13 7:37:20 PM Ryke
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The series was a huge success, spawning more than 30 adaptations for other markets, including an American, ''{{Lovebites}}''.

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The series was a huge success, spawning more than 30 adaptations for other markets, including an American, ''{{Lovebites}}''.American adaptation, ''{{Lovebites}}''. That particular adaptation never caught on at all, but some adaptations became quite popular in their own countries.
30th Jun '13 8:49:50 AM SeptimusHeap
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* OldFriendNewGender: Happens when Guy meets an attractive woman at a gay pride parade who claims to have known him in high school. Guy is initially confused until the woman reveals she's a {{transsexual}} and Guy knew her back when she was a guy, when they played together on the hockey team.



* SomethingsDifferentAboutYouNow: Happens when Guy meets an attractive woman at a gay pride parade who claims to have known him in high school. Guy is initially confused until the woman reveals she's a {{transsexual}} and Guy knew her back when she was a guy, when they played together on the hockey team.
1st Dec '12 4:48:32 PM MisterDT
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* FakeAmerican: The show typically got the same Canadian actor to play American characters. Sadly, the only American accent he seemed to know was a southern drawl, which didn't work when the American in question came from Chicago, Illinois.
26th Nov '12 8:33:42 AM MisterDT
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* RunningGag: A large number, including the destruction of plush bunnies resembling Sylvie's childhood one, as well as the "Road Runner".

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* RunningGag: A large number, including the destruction of plush bunnies blue teddy bears resembling Sylvie's childhood one, as well as the "Road Runner".
15th Nov '12 1:47:55 PM MisterDT
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* AsHimself: Yvon Deschamps, Charles Tisseyre, David Pelletier and Jamie Salé, among others.



* CuteKitten: Sylvie eventually gets one.



* RealLifeRelative: In the "1968" skit, a fictional story about how Guy and Sylvie would have met each other as children, young Guy is played by Guy A. Lepage's real-life son while young Sylvie is played by Sylvie Léonard's real-life daughter.

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* RealLifeRelative: Sylvie's best friend Loulou was played by Guy A. Lepage's wife Louise Richer. In the "1968" skit, a fictional story about how Guy and Sylvie would have met each other as children, young Guy is played by Guy A. Lepage's real-life son while young Sylvie is played by Sylvie Léonard's real-life daughter.


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* SmallNameBigEgo: After Sylvie made a few television talk show appearances, she began acting like she was a big movie star.
15th Nov '12 1:04:17 PM MisterDT
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* MayDecemberRomance: Guy's father is over 60, and his last flame, stripper Mélanie, is in her mid-20s. They have a child together, too.
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