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* Implied with the ending of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManIntoTheSpiderVerse''. One of the final scenes shows the Peter Parker of Earth-616 deciding to try to win back his ex-wife Mary Jane. He is seen visiting her apartment with a bouquet of flowers in hand.

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* Implied with the ending of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManIntoTheSpiderVerse''. One of the final scenes shows the [[ComicBook/SpiderMan Peter Parker Parker]] of Earth-616 deciding to try to win back his ex-wife [[ComicBook/MaryJaneWatson Mary Jane.Jane]]. He is seen visiting her apartment with a bouquet of flowers in hand.






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* ''Film/HisGirlFriday'' is one of the classic examples.

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* Implied with the ending of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManIntoTheSpiderVerse''. One of the final scenes shows the Peter Parker of Earth-616 deciding to try to win back his ex-wife Mary Jane. He is seen visiting her apartment with a bouquet of flowers in hand.

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* ''Film/HisGirlFriday'' is one of the classic examples.examples, about a woman who leaves her fiance for her ex-husband.



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* On Series/TheNewsroom Mackenzie [=McHale=] and Will [=MacAvoy=] were close to getting married (Will had gotten a ring and all) but broke up. It is often alluded that there are still feelings, leading to a WillTheyOrWontThey



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* {{Invoked}} in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''--Stan is self-conscious when he realizes that Francine used to ReallyGetAround while he lost his virginity to her. Francine is fine with letting him have a brief affair, but since he refuses to cheat, they agree to divorce and then remarry after he's had sex with somebody else. HilarityEnsues when Stan proves unwilling to just sleep with someone too quickly, and winds up marrying another woman instead.


* ''[=McClintock!=]'' is this in [[TheWestern Western]] form.

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* ''[=McClintock!=]'' ''Film/McClintock'' is this in [[TheWestern Western]] form.



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* ''Series/TheOrville'' is [[ZigZagged playing pinball]] with this trope. [[TheCaptain Ed Mercer]] was married, but walked in on his wife having sex with another guy [[spoiler: It's not clear if the whole thing was actually consensual]]. A nasty divorce and a HeroicBSOD later, he's assigned to captain the titular ship...with his ex-wife as his NumberTwo. There's plenty of ShipTease, but they also get on each other's nerves as only a pair of exes can.


* ''Film/OceansEleven'' also has George Clooney as a convict, although this time a paroled one, trying to patch things up with his wife, who divorced him out of shame after his conviction. He wins her back while committing even more crime.

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* Though it's just a subplot, ''Film/OceansEleven'' also has George Clooney as a convict, although this time a paroled one, trying to patch things up with his wife, who divorced him out of shame after his conviction. He wins her back while committing even more crime.

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* ''Film/ItsLoveImAfter'' has Joyce and Basil torn apart because of a FanGirl.



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* Paula, in ''Film/TheExMrsBradford'', tries to get her husband back by making him help her solve a murder.


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* In ''Film/MyFavoriteWife,'' the husband (CaryGrant) isn't divorced, but wrongly believes his long-missing wife to be dead and is all set to commit bigamy.

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* In ''Film/MyFavoriteWife,'' the husband (CaryGrant) (Creator/CaryGrant) isn't divorced, but wrongly believes his long-missing wife to be dead and is all set to commit bigamy.


* ''Film/{{Phffft}}''! has Creator/JackLemmon and Judy Holliday playing out this ever-popular trope.

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* ''Film/{{Phffft}}''! has Creator/JackLemmon and Judy Holliday Creator/JudyHolliday playing out this ever-popular trope.


* ''Film/{{Phffft}}''! has Creator/JackLemmon and Judy Holliday in this situation.

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* ''Film/{{Phffft}}''! has Creator/JackLemmon and Judy Holliday in playing out this situation.ever-popular trope.

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* ''Film/{{Phffft}}''! has Creator/JackLemmon and Judy Holliday in this situation.


** The same goes for its remake starring Doris Day, ''Move Over, Darling''.



** The same goes for its remake starring Doris Day, ''Move Over, Darling''.

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