: Characters in a show of the same age and gender all share a face.
- Straight: All characters of a certain age group in a show have almost identical faces.
- Exaggerated: Everyone has the same face.
- Downplayed: All characters of a certain gender/age combination have one of two different faces.
- Justified: Every character in the show is a clone, genderswapped or otherwise, so of course they look the same.
- No one shares facial features with another character, even if said characters are closely related.
- Cast of Snowflakes
- Subverted: Art Evolution gives people different faces.
- Double Subverted: ...and then makes them the same again.
- Parodied: Bob and Charlie have trouble telling each other apart.
- Zig Zagged: Everyone thinks they're all related, but this is Ret Coned when Art Evolution gives them different faces.
- Averted: All of the characters have distinctive facial features.
- Enforced: "You know, it's so much easier if I give them all the same faces. I think I'll do that."
- Lampshaded: "Meh, you all look alike to me."
- Invoked: "You look too different! Go get plastic surgery! We all have to look the same!"
- Exploited: Bob disguises himself as Charlie with less effort because they already look alike.
- Defied: The show's artist makes sure that she doesn't use the same template for all of the character's faces.
- Discussed: "You know those shows where all the characters have the same face? That kind of creeps me out..."
- Conversed: "Y'know without his hat Bob sure looks a lot like Charlie. Come to think of it Charlie also looks a lot like Dave as well, who looks like Ed, who looks like..."
- Plotted A Good Waste: The main character suffers from congenital face blindness. As such, for him, everyone has the same face, and the art reflect that.
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