History ShipTease / LiveActionTV

16th Nov '16 11:54:56 AM futuremoviewriter
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** Eventually by the penultimate season of the show, they began to tease the prospect of Amy and Ben getting back together.


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* ''Mr. Young'': Adam and Echo. '''Constantly'''. A lot of the show is predicated on Adam trying hair-brain schemes to get Echo interested in him. There was a point in "Mr. Dog" when Adam's walking a seeing eye dog through the school and Echo comments on how cute he is. The dog, not Adam. Adam also nearly responds, but stops when that's clarified.
12th Nov '16 9:08:36 AM skidoo23
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** The last story, "The Man Who Never Was", is basically an hour of ship tease, as we first learn that Luke refers to them by their [[PortmanteauCoupleName Shipping Portmanteau]] (a habit Sky seems to pick up) and then they have to ''pose as a married couple''.

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** The last story, "The Man Who Never Was", is basically an hour of ship tease, as we first learn that Luke refers to them by their [[PortmanteauCoupleName Shipping Portmanteau]] (a habit Sky seems to pick up) and then they have to ''pose as a married couple''.couple'' (a rather eye-opening thought when one considers the characters are only supposed to be 16 or 17).
28th Oct '16 1:33:17 PM nombretomado
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* A RunningGag for the Proessor in Season 2 of ''GilligansIsland''. He gets teased with Mary Anne in "Beauty Is As Beauty Does," gets way too into a BigDamnKiss with Ginger when the castaways make a movie-message for help, gets an AccidentalEngagement with wealthy visitor Erika Tiffany Smith, and even helps Mrs. Howell pull off an OperationJealousy.

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* A RunningGag for the Proessor in Season 2 of ''GilligansIsland''.''Series/GilligansIsland''. He gets teased with Mary Anne in "Beauty Is As Beauty Does," gets way too into a BigDamnKiss with Ginger when the castaways make a movie-message for help, gets an AccidentalEngagement with wealthy visitor Erika Tiffany Smith, and even helps Mrs. Howell pull off an OperationJealousy.
8th Oct '16 3:05:09 AM Kika
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** Listing all the Wincest and Destiel moments would take too much room.

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** Listing all the Wincest (Sam & Dean) and Destiel (Dean & Cas) moments would take too much room.room.
** Also, Crowley and Dean\Sam\Cas.
30th Sep '16 9:55:25 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Part of the EarlyInstallmentWeirdness of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' is a heavy amount of Ship Tease for an eventual relationship between Detectives Boyle and Diaz in the first season. For numerous reasons -- among them, the fact that Boyle's "DoggedNiceGuy dealing with AllLoveIsUnrequited" came off as unintentionally stalkerish -- the fanbase was largely not on board, however. To their credit, the writers eventually got the message, had Diaz bluntly (but not unkindly) point out to Boyle that nothing was going to happen between them, and Boyle eventually accepts this and moves on to other people. By the end of the season it's clear that the two were BetterAsFriends, and one scene even has Boyle apologise to Diaz for his weirdness earlier in the season.

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* Part of the EarlyInstallmentWeirdness of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' is a heavy amount of Ship Tease for an eventual relationship between Detectives Boyle and Diaz in the first season. For numerous reasons -- among them, the fact that Boyle's "DoggedNiceGuy dealing with AllLoveIsUnrequited" routine frequently came off as unintentionally stalkerish -- the fanbase was largely not on board, however. To their credit, the writers eventually got the message, had Diaz bluntly (but not unkindly) point out to Boyle that nothing was going to happen between them, and Boyle eventually accepts this and moves on to other people. By the end of the season it's clear that the two were BetterAsFriends, and one scene even has Boyle apologise to Diaz for his weirdness earlier in the season.
30th Sep '16 9:54:49 AM DoctorNemesis
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* Part of the EarlyInstallmentWeirdness of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' is a heavy amount of Ship Tease for an eventual relationship between Detectives Boyle and Diaz in the first season. For numerous reasons -- among them, the fact that Boyle's "DoggedNiceGuy dealing with AllLoveIsUnrequited" came off as unintentionally stalkerish -- the fanbase was largely not on board, however. To their credit, the writers eventually got the message, had Diaz bluntly (but not unkindly) point out to Boyle that nothing was going to happen between them, and Boyle eventually accepts this and moves on to other people. By the end of the season it's clear that the two were BetterAsFriends, and one scene even has Boyle apologise to Diaz for his weirdness earlier in the season.
30th Sep '16 9:49:36 AM DoctorNemesis
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** Parodied to the point of deconstruction in "Paradigms of Human Memory". Annie confronts Jeff about the "Jeff-and-Annie of it all", only for Jeff to look at her as if she's crazy and express no knowledge of what she's talking about. As Annie explains, we cut to a montage of apparently romantic moments between Jeff and Annie set to Sara Bareilles 'Gravity' (itself a parody of a then-popular fan shipping video on YouTube). Afterwards, Jeff protests that she's reading too much into things and that you could hypothetically do the same with Pierce and Abed. We ''then'' see a montage of clearly-innocent moments between Pierce and Abed put to the exact same music and presented in the exact same way. While the show (via Abed) does acknowledge that there is clearly something going on between Jeff and Annie, the point is clearly made that not every moment a shipper views as ShipTease actually is so, and it's very easy for someone so inclined to layer any given moment with unintended levels of meaning based on their own desires and preconceptions.

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** Parodied to the point of deconstruction in "Paradigms of Human Memory". Annie confronts Jeff about the "Jeff-and-Annie of it all", only for Jeff to look at her as if she's crazy and express no knowledge of what she's talking about. As Annie explains, we cut to a montage of apparently romantic moments between Jeff and Annie set to Sara Bareilles 'Gravity' (itself a parody of a then-popular fan shipping video on YouTube). Afterwards, Jeff protests that she's reading too much into things and that you could hypothetically do the same with [[CrackPairing Pierce and Abed.Abed]]. We ''then'' see a montage of clearly-innocent moments between Pierce and Abed put to the exact same music and presented in the exact same way. While the show (via Abed) does acknowledge that there is clearly something going on between Jeff and Annie, the point is clearly made that not every moment a shipper views as ShipTease actually is so, and it's very easy for someone so inclined to layer any given moment with unintended levels of meaning based on their own desires and preconceptions.
30th Sep '16 9:48:13 AM DoctorNemesis
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** Parodied to the point of deconstruction in "Paradigms of Human Memory". Annie confronts Jeff about the "Jeff-and-Annie of it all", only for Jeff to look at her as if she's crazy and express no knowledge of what she's talking about. As Annie explains, we cut to a montage of apparently romantic moments between Jeff and Annie set to Sara Bareilles 'Gravity' (itself a parody of a then-popular fan shipping video on YouTube). Afterwards, Jeff protests that she's reading too much into things and that you could hypothetically do the same with Pierce and Abed. We ''then'' see a montage of clearly-innocent moments between Pierce and Abed put to the exact same music and presented in the exact same way. While the show (via Abed) does admit that there is clearly something going on between Jeff and Annie, the point is clearly made that not every moment a shipper views as ShipTease actually is so, and it's very easy for someone to unintentionally layer innocent moments with unintended levels of meaning based on their own desires and preconceptions.

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** Parodied to the point of deconstruction in "Paradigms of Human Memory". Annie confronts Jeff about the "Jeff-and-Annie of it all", only for Jeff to look at her as if she's crazy and express no knowledge of what she's talking about. As Annie explains, we cut to a montage of apparently romantic moments between Jeff and Annie set to Sara Bareilles 'Gravity' (itself a parody of a then-popular fan shipping video on YouTube). Afterwards, Jeff protests that she's reading too much into things and that you could hypothetically do the same with Pierce and Abed. We ''then'' see a montage of clearly-innocent moments between Pierce and Abed put to the exact same music and presented in the exact same way. While the show (via Abed) does admit acknowledge that there is clearly something going on between Jeff and Annie, the point is clearly made that not every moment a shipper views as ShipTease actually is so, and it's very easy for someone so inclined to unintentionally layer innocent moments any given moment with unintended levels of meaning based on their own desires and preconceptions.
30th Sep '16 9:45:49 AM DoctorNemesis
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** Parodied to the point of deconstruction in "Paradigms of Human Memory". Annie confronts Jeff about the "Jeff-and-Annie of it all", only for Jeff to look at her as if she's crazy and express no knowledge of what she's talking about. As Annie explains, we cut to a montage of apparently romantic moments between Jeff and Annie set to Sara Bareilles 'Gravity' (itself a parody of a then-popular fan shipping video on YouTube). Afterwards, Jeff protests that she's reading too much into things and that you could hypothetically do the same with Pierce and Abed. We ''then'' see a montage of clearly-innocent moments between Pierce and Abed put to the exact same music and presented in the exact same way. While the show (via Abed) does admit that there is clearly something going on between Jeff and Annie, the point is clearly made that not every moment a shipper views as ShipTease actually is so, and it's very easy for someone to unintentionally layer innocent moments with unintended levels of meaning based on their own desires and preconceptions.
1st Jul '16 11:09:09 AM Anddrix
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** While River/Jayne shipping is something of a BaseBreaker among fans, there is little denying they have several... suspect moments, such as the "Copper for a kiss?" line, or their fight in the Big Damn Movie involving Jayne wrapping his arms around River and her ''grabbing his crotch''.

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** While River/Jayne shipping is something of a BaseBreaker controversial among fans, there is little denying they have several... suspect moments, such as the "Copper for a kiss?" line, or their fight in the Big Damn Movie involving Jayne wrapping his arms around River and her ''grabbing his crotch''.



** Oliver pretty much gets teased with every woman he's not related to (and even arguably them as well), and even the men as well. This has lead to something of a BaseBreaker reaction from some fans, as while many accept it as him generally just being nice, [[RonTheDeathEater some resent him for either supposedly leading the women on to 'fuel his ego']] (mostly Felicity) or [[SlutShaming for flirting with so many girls despite either currently dating one or clearly being in love with one]].

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** Oliver pretty much gets teased with every woman he's not related to (and even arguably them as well), and even the men as well. This has lead to something of a BaseBreaker reaction from some fans, as while many accept it as him generally just being nice, [[RonTheDeathEater some resent him for either supposedly leading the women on to 'fuel his ego']] (mostly Felicity) or [[SlutShaming for flirting with so many girls despite either currently dating one or clearly being in love with one]].
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