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* HighschoolSweethearts: Celeste and Jesse married out other each fresh out of high school, which is one of the reasons why their break-up is so rocky.

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* HighschoolSweethearts: Celeste and Jesse married out each other each fresh out of high school, which is one of the reasons why their break-up is so rocky.


* HighschoolSweethearts: Celeste and Jesse married out each fresh out of high school, which is one of the reasons why their break-up is so rocky.

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* HighschoolSweethearts: Celeste and Jesse married out other each fresh out of high school, which is one of the reasons why their break-up is so rocky.

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* HighschoolSweethearts: Celeste and Jesse married out each fresh out of high school, which is one of the reasons why their break-up is so rocky.


2012 RomCom starring Creator/RashidaJones and Creator/AndySamberg, exploring a very modern view of marriage: the AmicableExes.

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2012 RomCom starring Creator/RashidaJones (who co-wrote the script) and Creator/AndySamberg, exploring a very modern view of marriage: the AmicableExes.

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* AllTakeAndNoGive: Celeste calls Jesse out for the fact that she did everything for him while waiting for him to grow out. Jesse counters this by pointing out that this meant he was never truly her equal -- and that he thinks she secretly liked it that way.


2012 RomCom starring Creator/RashidaJones and Andy Samberg, exploring a very modern view of marriage: the AmicableExes.

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2012 RomCom starring Creator/RashidaJones and Andy Samberg, Creator/AndySamberg, exploring a very modern view of marriage: the AmicableExes.


2012 RomCom starring Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg, exploring a very modern view of marriage: the AmicableExes.

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2012 RomCom starring Rashida Jones Creator/RashidaJones and Andy Samberg, exploring a very modern view of marriage: the AmicableExes.


* DoubleDate: The film opens with what looks like an example of this--except Celeste and Jesse are actually divorced. They just act like they're still together.



* DoubleDate: The film opens with what looks like an example of this--except Celeste and Jesse are actually divorced. They just act like they're still together.


* [[spoiler: SexWithTheEx]]: [[spoiler: Celeste and Jesse indulge in a little of this after failed Ikea-furniture construction. It doesn't work out well.]]

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* [[spoiler: SexWithTheEx]]: SexWithTheEx: [[spoiler: Celeste and Jesse indulge in a little of this after failed Ikea-furniture construction. It doesn't work out well.]]

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* AccidentalInnuendo: Invoked. Celeste's company creates a logo that resembles a dick going into a butt.

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* AccidentalInnuendo: Invoked. Celeste's company creates a logo that resembles a dick going into a butt. [[spoiler: It ends up getting the singer they were trying to promote a gay fandom]]


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** He later says that she was right, except that he actually did go to an Ivy League school


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* StraightGay: Scott. Amusingly, whenever he tries to be a CampGay, it just unnerves both Celeste and himself.


* PlayingAgainstType: For SNL alum Andy Samberg.


* AccidentalInnuendo: Celeste's company creates a logo that resembles a dick going into a butt.

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* AccidentalInnuendo: Invoked. Celeste's company creates a logo that resembles a dick going into a butt.

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* ManChild: Jesse has a few of these tendencies, although he grows up a bit over the course of the movie. The movie plays with it, however, in that while Jesse's immaturity does cause some problems, the breakdown of his relationship with Celeste is caused just as much (if not possibly more) by her ControlFreak tendencies and selfishness.

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