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* Par for the course in Film/JamesBond movies, but ''Film/Moonraker'' takes the cake with Bond hooking up with a gorgeous Brazilian agent after about five minutes of conversation.

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* Par for the course in Film/JamesBond movies, but ''Film/Moonraker'' ''Film/{{Moonraker}}'' takes the cake with Bond hooking up with a gorgeous Brazilian agent after about five minutes of conversation.

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* Par for the course in Film/JamesBond movies, but ''Film/Moonraker'' takes the cake with Bond hooking up with a gorgeous Brazilian agent after about five minutes of conversation.
-->''How do you kill five hours in Rio when you don't samba?''

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* In ''Film/LiarLiar'', this happens with a short-lived OfficeRomance. Having just witnessed Fletcher convince his client to go through with the divorce case, Fletcher's law firm boss, Miranda, was [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys so turned on]] by his [[AmoralAttorney lying skills]] that she immediately decides to hit on him. Miranda informs Fletcher that he will be promoted up to Partner at the law firm if he wins the case, which she then asks if he would like to [[DoubleEntendre make a partner right now]] while performing a NecktieLeash ready to kiss him. Before Fletcher has a chance to reject her, Miranda has already begun making-out with him, which Fletcher gives in to [[CoitusEnsues having sex with her]].


* The Scout of ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' once had sex with a women after a two-line conversation in a fast food restaurant. [[UnreliableNarrator Allegedly]]. He claims to be great with girls; ladies, no so much.
-->'''Scout''': "Hey, we've both got buckets of chicken. Wanna do it?"
-->'''Fried Chicken Tramp''': "Eh, okay."

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* The Scout of ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' once had sex with a women after a two-line conversation in a fast food restaurant. [[UnreliableNarrator Allegedly]]. He claims to be great with girls; ladies, no not so much.
-->'''Scout''': "Hey, Hey, we've both got buckets of chicken. Wanna do it?"
-->'''Fried
it?\\
'''Fried
Chicken Tramp''': "Eh, okay." Eh, okay.
* ''VideoGame/FableI'': If the Hero PlayerCharacter becomes [[LivingLegend famous enough]] and gets his Attractiveness statistic high enough, he can talk a man or woman into ''marriage'' in a single brief interaction.

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* The Scout of ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' once had sex with a women after a two-line conversation in a fast food restaurant. [[UnreliableNarrator Allegedly]]. He claims to be great with girls; ladies, no so much.
-->'''Scout''': "Hey, we've both got buckets of chicken. Wanna do it?"
-->'''Fried Chicken Tramp''': "Eh, okay."

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* Done after a fashion on ''Series/TwinPeaks'' when Audrey infiltrates One Eyed Jack's brothel. When Blackie asks why she should hire her, Audrey ties a cherry stem in a knot with her tongue.
** Parodied when Kyle McLaghlin hosted ''Sereis/SaturdayNightLive'' when "Audrey" finishes wrapping "Cooper's" going-away present by tying and elaborate gift bow in her mouth.

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* Parodied in an episode of ''Series/WKRP''. Jennifer is at a bar and several of the gang send her drinks. They each approach with some jokey pick-up line except Les. When she ancourages him to try his best line Les says, "I'm extremely wealthy." Jennifer snuggles up to him.

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* ''Series/QueerAsFolkUS'' has Brian Kinney who literally seduces men with a single sentence (which we of course never hear).


** The same episode plays the trope for maximum comedy effect by having the resident [[TheStoic stoic]] Kimball Cho perform instant seduction at a bar as part of an undercover operation... which he proceeds to do without ever deviating from his trademark [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]], stone-faced persona. What takes the scene to near-[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome CMoA]] levels is that the InstantSeduction conversations actually ''are'' depicted on-screen, and despite (or because of) his demeanor, Cho has a high and actually quite credible success rate.

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** The same episode plays the trope for maximum comedy effect by having the resident [[TheStoic stoic]] Kimball Cho perform instant seduction at a bar as part of an undercover operation... which he proceeds to do without ever deviating from his trademark [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan]], stone-faced persona. What takes the scene to near-[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome CMoA]] levels is that the The InstantSeduction conversations actually ''are'' depicted on-screen, and despite (or because of) his demeanor, Cho has a high and actually quite credible success rate.

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* In ''Film/CabinFever'' Marcy decides on the spot that she wants to distract herself from the distressing crisis with some hot casual sex. She manages to talk the only available man into helping her out with that almost as quickly.


* A particular Twix "Need a Moment?" commercial a few years back had two guys at a small party running into a hot woman. One guy had a book about picking up women (and very prominently featured that on the cover) and was showing it to the second guy, who then needed a moment, stuffed his mouth with a Twix, then promptly said something about the book being degrading to women. Cue sigh of desire.

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* A particular Twix "Need a Moment?" commercial a few years back had two guys at a small party running into a hot woman. One guy had a book about picking up women (and very prominently featured that on the cover) and was showing it to the second guy, who then needed a moment, stuffed his mouth with a Twix, then promptly said something about the book being degrading to women. [[HypocriticalHumor Cue sigh of desire.]]


* ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'': Payet somehow knows how to do this. It might be because everyone believes he's an Epic Hero.

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* %%* ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'': Payet somehow knows how to do this. It might be because everyone believes he's an Epic Hero.

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* ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'': Payet somehow knows how to do this. It might be because everyone believes he's an Epic Hero.


* Handsome Rob from the ''Film/TheItalianJob2003'' remake. In fairness, we don't actually hear Rob's conversation, or even all of it. Though he still is successful in acquiring Becky's uniform and her van so that Stella can infiltrate Steve's house.

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* Handsome Rob from the ''Film/TheItalianJob2003'' remake. In fairness, we don't actually hear Rob's conversation, or even all of it. Though he still is successful in acquiring Becky's uniform and her work van so that Stella can infiltrate Steve's house.house. Lampshaded by Lyle, who is watching the whole interaction from a distance:
-->'''Lyle''': Are you kidding me? How does he do that? How do you do that? What are you saying?\\
''[Lyle narrates the conversation with a husky voice for Handsome Rob and a ditzy female voice for Becky]''\\
'''"Handsome Rob"''': ''Hey, how are you?''\\
'''"Becky"''': ''Oh, I'm good! I'm good!''\\
'''"Handsome Rob"''': ''Nice to meet you. I'm "Handsome Rob." And you are?''\\
'''"Becky"''': ''Oh, my--my name's Becky, but it's written on my shirt!''\\
'''"Handsome Rob"''': ''Listen, I'm gonna need your shirt, and your truck.''\\
'''"Becky"''': ''Perfect! I'll give them both to you. Would you like my virginity as well?''\\
'''"Handsome Rob"''': ''If it's on the menu.''\\
'''"Becky"''': ''[fake laughter]'' ''Oh, you're so witty! Why don't you take advantage of me?''\\
'''"Handsome Rob"''': ''Yeah, you're not too bright, are you?''\\
'''"Becky"''': ''No.''\\
'''"Handsome Rob"''': ''Perfect!''


* ''Literature/TheGame'': "Watching Mystery work, I noticed that he used the exact same openers, routines, and lines--and got a phone number or a tonguedown nearly every time, even if the woman was with a boyfriend. I'd never seen anything like it. Sometimes a woman he was talking to was even moved to tears." Unique example, because the process isn't only shown, it's dissected, analyzed and compared with similar processes.

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* ''Literature/TheGame'': "Watching Almost a Meta example since the book is all about men trying to perfect the execution of this Trope. The process isn't only shown - it's dissected, analyzed and compared with similar processes.
** The writer Neil Strauss remarks about the guy who thought him this: ''"Watching
Mystery work, I noticed that he used the exact same openers, routines, and lines--and got a phone number or a tonguedown nearly every time, even if the woman was with a boyfriend. I'd never seen anything like it. Sometimes a woman he was talking to was even moved to tears." Unique example, because "''
** Later he meets another man proficient at this too but allegedly ''even faster'' to seduce - to drive
the process isn't only shown, it's dissected, analyzed and compared with similar processes.point home / take it Up to Eleven / make it ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, this latter man calls his method "Speed Seduction".

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