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* BabiesEverAfter: Meryl and Paul have attempted this before, and they've been unsuccessful, kicking off the rift in their marriage.

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* BrutalHonesty: Clay has an abundance of this. [[spoiler: Reconstructed when he brusquely gets to the heart of the issue and tells Paul and Meryl to ''just make it work''.]]


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* RuleOfSymbolism: Deconstructed in the opening. Since he can't adopt a star as an apology gift, Paul's assistant offers that Paul could adopt a black hole for Meryl. Given how failure to start a family started the conflict, Paul is more than aware that a black hole might send the wrong message.

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Paul (Grant) and Meryl (Parker) are a yuppie couple from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity going through a separation when they witness a brutal murder. When the murderer actually comes after them, the government secretly whisks them off to a ranch owned by a marshal (Creator/SamElliot) and his wife (Creator/MarySteenburgen) near the tiny town of Ray, Wyoming. While they are there, Paul and Meryl begin rebonding with each other, while the killer uses every method in the book to hunt them down.

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Paul (Grant) and Meryl (Parker) are a yuppie couple from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity going through a separation when they witness a brutal murder. When the murderer actually comes after them, the government secretly whisks them off to a ranch owned by a marshal (Creator/SamElliot) (Creator/SamElliott) and his wife (Creator/MarySteenburgen) near the tiny town of Ray, Wyoming. While they are there, Paul and Meryl begin rebonding with each other, while the killer uses every method in the book to hunt them down.


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''Did You Hear About the Morgans?'' is a 2009 RomanticComedy about a yuppie couple from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, Paul (Creator/HughGrant) and Meryl (Creator/SarahJessicaParker), going through a separation when they witness a brutal murder. When the murderer actually comes after them, the government secretly whisks them off to a ranch owned by a marshal (Sam Elliot) and his wife (Mary Steenburgen) near the tiny town of Ray, Wyoming. While they are there, Paul and Meryl begin rebonding with each other, while the killer uses every method in the book to hunt them down.

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''Did You Hear About the Morgans?'' is a 2009 RomanticComedy about written and directed by Marc Lawrence, starring Creator/HughGrant and Creator/SarahJessicaParker.

Paul (Grant) and Meryl (Parker) are
a yuppie couple from UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, Paul (Creator/HughGrant) and Meryl (Creator/SarahJessicaParker), UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity going through a separation when they witness a brutal murder. When the murderer actually comes after them, the government secretly whisks them off to a ranch owned by a marshal (Sam Elliot) (Creator/SamElliot) and his wife (Mary Steenburgen) (Creator/MarySteenburgen) near the tiny town of Ray, Wyoming. While they are there, Paul and Meryl begin rebonding with each other, while the killer uses every method in the book to hunt them down.down.

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* BearsAreBadNews: Paul certainly thinks so, developing a severe (although fairly rational) fear of the beast as soon as he sees a warning poster about them, and stocks up on anti-bear spray at the first opportunity. [[spoiler: It does not help him.]]


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* ShutUpKiss: Paul's assistant does this to Meryl's assistant when she tries to contact the Morgans in violation of the witness protection. She tazes him in response. Although she's really sorry about it because she reacted on instinct thanks to her self-defense training.


* DitzyBlonde: Despite being a nurse, Kelly gets confused about what number comes after five.

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* DitzyBlonde: DumbBlonde: Despite being a nurse, Kelly gets confused about what number comes after five.



* ImprobableAimingSkills: [[spoiler: Clay manages to knock the killer unconscious with a thrown horseshoe.]]


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* ImprobableAimingSkills: [[spoiler: Clay manages to knock the killer unconscious with a thrown horseshoe.]]


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* CaliforniaDoubling: Ray, Wyoming, is actually Roy, New Mexico.



* FishOutOfWater: Paul and Meryl

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* [[CaliforniaDoubling New Mexico Doubling]]: Ray, Wyoming, is actually Roy, New Mexico.


* HappilyMarried: Clay and Emma. Emma mentions that they have had their struggles in the past but thinks that's normal for a couple who's been married as long as they have.

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* HappilyMarried: Clay and Emma. Emma mentions that they have had their struggles in the past but thinks that's normal for a couple who's been married as long as they have. [[spoiler: Paul and Meryl by the end.]]


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* PairTheSpares: Paul and Meryl's assistants end up together.

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* DitzyBlonde: Despite being a nurse, Kelly gets confused about what number comes after five.


* HappilyMarried: Clay and Emma. Emma mentions that they have had their struggles in the past

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* HappilyMarried: Clay and Emma. Emma mentions that they have had their struggles in the pastpast but thinks that's normal for a couple who's been married as long as they have.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: [[spoiler: Clay manages to knock the killer unconscious with a thrown horseshoe.]]


* GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: Discussed. Overall Paul comes across as a good adulterer. It happened once and he regrets it but Meryl is still treated fairly for being angry that he would cheat on her at all.

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* GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: Discussed. Overall Paul comes across as a good adulterer. It happened once and he regrets it but Meryl is still treated fairly for being angry that he would cheat on her at all. [[spoiler: Meryl is pretty much the same as she slept with someone else while they were already separated but Paul interprets it as her trying to get back at him.]]

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* CloseKnitCommunity: Everyone in Ray leaves their keys in their cars in case anyone ever needs to borrow one.


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* GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: Discussed. Overall Paul comes across as a good adulterer. It happened once and he regrets it but Meryl is still treated fairly for being angry that he would cheat on her at all.
* HappilyMarried: Clay and Emma. Emma mentions that they have had their struggles in the past


* Adorkable: Hugh Grant as usual.

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* Adorkable: {{Adorkable}}: Hugh Grant as usual.



* I'mThinkingItOver: Meryl invokes this trope:

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* I'mThinkingItOver: ImThinkingItOver: Meryl invokes this trope:

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