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** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were in other Breakfast Club movies. Creator/NaomiScott was in [[Film/PowerRangers2017 The Breakfast Club with superheroes]] and Creator/HayleyKiyoko was in [[Film/ScoobyDooTheMysteryBegins The Breakfast Club]] [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo with Scooby-Doo!]]

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** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were in other Breakfast Club movies. Creator/NaomiScott was in [[Film/PowerRangers2017 The Breakfast Club with superheroes]] and Creator/HayleyKiyoko Music/HayleyKiyoko was in [[Film/ScoobyDooTheMysteryBegins The Breakfast Club]] [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo with Scooby-Doo!]]


** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were in other Breakfast Club movies. Creator/NaomiScott was in [[Film/PowerRangers2017 Creator/HayleyKiyoko was in [[Film/ScoobyDooTheMysteryBegins The Breakfast Club]] [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo with Scooby-Doo!]]

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** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were in other Breakfast Club movies. Creator/NaomiScott was in [[Film/PowerRangers2017 The Breakfast Club with superheroes]] and Creator/HayleyKiyoko was in [[Film/ScoobyDooTheMysteryBegins The Breakfast Club]] [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo with Scooby-Doo!]]


** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were

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** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were
were in other Breakfast Club movies. Creator/NaomiScott was in [[Film/PowerRangers2017 Creator/HayleyKiyoko was in [[Film/ScoobyDooTheMysteryBegins The Breakfast Club]] [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo with Scooby-Doo!]]



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** Two Lemonade Mouth stars were



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* Film/LemonadeMouth is [[RecycledInSpace The Breakfast Club except a musical]].


* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this, as they are a group of youths (later adults) who are brought together by an omnipresent being known as the other to battle shapeshifting MonsterClown Pennywise. For two brief periods of time they rely on each other only to move away and forget about each other.
The casting of a girl who looks a little like Creator/MollyRingwald in Film/It2017 only makes it more obvious.

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* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this, as they are a group of youths (later adults) who are brought together by an omnipresent being known as the other to battle shapeshifting MonsterClown Pennywise. For two brief periods of time they rely on each other only to move away and forget about each other.
other. The casting of a girl who looks a little like Creator/MollyRingwald in Film/It2017 only makes it more obvious.


* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this, as they are a group of youths (later adults) who are brought together by

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* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this, as they are a group of youths (later adults) who are brought together by
by an omnipresent being known as the other to battle shapeshifting MonsterClown Pennywise. For two brief periods of time they rely on each other only to move away and forget about each other.
The casting of a girl who looks a little like Creator/MollyRingwald in Film/It2017 only makes it more obvious.


* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this

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* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this
this, as they are a group of youths (later adults) who are brought together by



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* The Losers Club in Literature/{{It}} are a particularly messed up version of this


* The victors in ''Literature/{{The Hunger Games}}'' lean towards this. At least, the ones who aren't trying to kill each other. [[spoiler: Katniss, Peeta, Finnick and sort of Johanna, for the most part, and also Wiress and Beetee at first and Annie later.]]
** They're implied to have been more like this before the twist of the Quarter Quell (i.e., that they'd be competing to kill ''each other'' now) was announced. Katniss notes they (both competing victors and the victors mentoring them) are much more social than the usual pack of brand-new scared kids are every year. Haymitch in particular is seriously bothered by the whole thing, at one point telling Katniss and Peeta that he didn't want to be responsible for them getting his friends killed off.

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* The victors in ''Literature/{{The Hunger Games}}'' lean towards this. At least, the ones who aren't trying to kill each other. [[spoiler: Katniss, Peeta, Finnick and sort of Johanna, for the most part, and also Wiress and Beetee at first and Annie later.]]
**
]] They're implied to have been more like this before the twist of the Quarter Quell (i.e., that they'd be competing to kill ''each other'' now) was announced. Katniss notes they (both competing victors and the victors mentoring them) are much more social than the usual pack of brand-new scared kids are every year. Haymitch in particular is seriously bothered by the whole thing, at one point telling Katniss and Peeta that he didn't want to be responsible for them getting his friends killed off.



* ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', ''oh'' so much. Five criminal teens find themselves united by social alienation, superpowers, and the accidental murder of their rampaging AxCrazy zombie probation worker.

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* ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', ''oh'' so much. Five low-grade criminal teens find themselves united by social alienation, superpowers, and the accidental murder of their rampaging AxCrazy zombie probation worker.


* Creator/DCComics' ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' and ''ComicBook/MetalMen''.

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* Creator/DCComics' ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' and Creator/DCComics:
** ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol''.
**
''ComicBook/MetalMen''.



* Creator/MarvelComics' ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'', especially the Steve Gerber era.
* The ''Comicbook/XMen'' started out like this, but it's softened tremendously in recent years.
* ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', to the power of ten.
* Most of Franchise/TheFlash's RoguesGallery have formed a tight little group (actually referred to as "the Rogues") and they come off as this.

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* Creator/MarvelComics' ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'', especially the Steve Gerber era.
* The ''Comicbook/XMen'' started out like this, but it's softened tremendously in recent years.
* ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', to the power of ten.
* Most
** For a villainous version — most of Franchise/TheFlash's RoguesGallery have formed a tight little group (actually referred to as "the Rogues") Rogues"), and they come off as this.
this way.
* Creator/MarvelComics:
** ''ComicBook/TheDefenders'', especially in the Steve Gerber era.
** The ''Comicbook/XMen'' started out this way, but it's softened tremendously in recent years.
** ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', to the power of ten.


* The [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Planet Express Crew]] is composed entirely of individuals who wouldn't fit in anywhere else, particularly the main characters, FishOutOfTemporalWater Fry, RoboticPsychopath Bender, [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming who was programmed to bend girders]], and Leela, a one-eyed DoorstopBaby who for most of the original run doesn't even know her own species [[spoiler: and then turns out to be part of an ostracized race forced to dwell in Earth's sewers]]. It's acknowledged several times, most memorably by Fry in "The Cyber House Rules," after Leela gets surgery to appear "normal" and begins dating her aggressively normal plastic surgeon:

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* The [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Planet Express Crew]] is composed entirely of individuals who wouldn't don't fit in anywhere else, into their future society, particularly the main characters, FishOutOfTemporalWater Fry, RoboticPsychopath Bender, [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming who was programmed to bend girders]], and Leela, a one-eyed DoorstopBaby who for most of the original run doesn't even know her own species [[spoiler: and then turns out to be part of an ostracized race forced to dwell in Earth's sewers]]. It's acknowledged several times, most memorably by Fry in "The Cyber House Rules," after Leela gets surgery to appear "normal" and begins dating her aggressively normal plastic surgeon:

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* The [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Planet Express Crew]] is composed entirely of individuals who wouldn't fit in anywhere else, particularly the main characters, FishOutOfTemporalWater Fry, RoboticPsychopath Bender, [[GrewBeyondTheirProgramming who was programmed to bend girders]], and Leela, a one-eyed DoorstopBaby who for most of the original run doesn't even know her own species [[spoiler: and then turns out to be part of an ostracized race forced to dwell in Earth's sewers]]. It's acknowledged several times, most memorably by Fry in "The Cyber House Rules," after Leela gets surgery to appear "normal" and begins dating her aggressively normal plastic surgeon:
-->'''Fry:''' What's so wonderful about Leela being normal? The rest of us aren't normal, and that's what makes us great. Like [[AmusingAlien Dr. Zoidberg!]] [[ButtMonkey He's a weird monster who smells like he eats garbage, and does!]]
-->'''Zoidberg:''' Damn right!
-->'''Fry:''' And TheProfessor's a senile, [[MadScientist amoral crackpot]]—
-->'''Farnsworth:''' Ohhhea.
-->'''Fry:''' —Hermes is a rastafarian accountant—
-->'''Hermes:''' Tally me banana!
-->'''Fry:''' —Amy's a [[CuteClumsyGirl klutz]] from Mars—
-->'''Amy:''' ''(drops wine glass)'' [[FutureSlang Spl'oops]]!
-->'''Farnsworth:''' And Fry, you've got [[CloudCuckoolander that brain thing]]!
-->'''Fry:''' [[TheDitz I already did]]! So Leela—do you wanna be like us, or do you wanna be like Adelai...with no severe mental or social problems whatsoever?

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* The main cast of ''Webcomic/MiraclesOfNeksenziPoint'' end up hanging out mainly because everyone else is scared of them.

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