Fanservice Faux Fight
A gathering of characters in a not particularly serious battle or physical challenge for purposes of fanservice.
We're reworking Pillow Fight in TRS.
Chandler: (doubled over in shock)
Monica: I'm sorry, we do. We do! I don't know why I said that.
- A promo for the Australian version of Beauty and the Geek featured a pillow fight between the beauties and the geeks. The beauties, of course, were clad in lingerie.
- The Pillow Fight in Kemeko Deluxe! is... excessively destructive. But fanservice is given, nonetheless.
- In Fairy Tail, there is a pillow fight after the Garuna arc, just before Loki is revealed to be Leo, stellar spirit of the Lion. It starts out pretty normal. Then Natsu hits Lucy so hard with a pillow she ends up flat on her back in the yard. She decides to leave before she gets killed.
- Mahou Sensei Negima!
- During their Kyoto vacation/school field trip, several of the girls of 3-A have an epic pillow fight with their boy teacher's kiss as the prize. Staple of the harem series.
- Also take note that the girls will indulge in the occasional pillow fight given the opportunity◊.
- Every "mock battle" in the Lyrical Nanoha series ever, by the virtue of its participants being mostly female while their weapons are safely set to Clothing Damage mode.
- In the movie "Manos" The Hands of Fate, the only reason for the nightgown-clad Wives of Manos wrestling-fight scene (to jazz music) seems to be fan service. It has nothing to do with anything else in the movie.
- In the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Dirty Girls", Xander is wakened from a dream of scantily clad Potential Slayers having a pillow fight, to the reality of the girls in frumpy pyjamas and bathrobes, complaining about a clogged toilet.
- Friends: Monica acknowledges this trope only to shoot it down, much to Chandlers dismay.
- Alluded to in Lost Girl. When Bo discovers she may be facing another succubus, she goes to an expert for advice. When she asks how one succubus fights another, her friend Kenzi snarkily interjects, "slow motion pillow fight?”
- The Lingerie Bowl. Broadcast on pay-per-view TV as an alternative to the Super Bowl halftime show, it features female athletes in their underwear playing a game of American football in an indoor arena.
- The short-lived American adaptation of the Australian sitcom Sit Down, Shut Up has an episode where the hippie science teacher Miracle Grohe tells Principal Sezno about an underground club where women in skimpy pajamas pillow fight each other.
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