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** Percy and Annabeth also get a special date in ''Literature/TheDemigodDiaries''. As a reward for retrieving Hermes' caduceus, he teleports the two to a fancy restaurant in Paris for an anniversary date.


* Aladdin and Jasmine's magic carpet ride over the city in Disney's ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''.

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* Aladdin and Jasmine's magic carpet ride over the city in Disney's ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}}''.


* Series/{{Smallville}}: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a diamond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]
* Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch: A one-episode "rule of witch society" in the first season was that Friday the 13ths allow relaxing the {{Masquerade}} for the benefit of witches with mortal friends and loved ones. Sabrina takes Harvey and Jenny to a fair set up with magic-based attractions. (Jenny gets a dance with Drew Carey.) There are a number of presumed mixed couples in the background of the episode as well.

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* Series/{{Smallville}}: ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a diamond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]
* Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch: ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': A one-episode "rule of witch society" in the first season was that Friday the 13ths allow relaxing the {{Masquerade}} for the benefit of witches with mortal friends and loved ones. Sabrina takes Harvey and Jenny to a fair set up with magic-based attractions. (Jenny gets a dance with Drew Carey.) There are a number of presumed mixed couples in the background of the episode as well.

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* ''Fanfic/TheManyDatesOfDannyFenton'' (''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'', WesternAnimation, [[{{Series}} TV Series]], and ComicBooks.): The few times Danny has dated a superpowered girl and they simultaneously discover each other's identity, they decide to use their powers to have fun during the rest of their date.
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* Similar to the Aladdin example above, Hiccup winds up winning Astrid over to his side after he takes her for a flight on Toothless in WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon.

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* Similar to the Aladdin example above, Hiccup winds up winning Astrid over to his side after he takes her for a flight on Toothless in WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon. ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon.''

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* Similar to the Aladdin example above, Hiccup winds up winning Astrid over to his side after he takes her for a flight on Toothless in WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon.


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* Downplayed in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' once in the second season - After having dinner with the girl-of-the-day Jin, she pulls Zuko to a plaza with many dead lanterns. She mentions that the lanterns used to be pretty when lit. Not wanting to upset her, Zuko orders her to close her eyes, then he uses his firebending to lit all the lanterns (he's going incognito at the time). This impresses her enough that she goes to kiss him - and Zuko stops and run away. Downplayed because she's covering her eyes while he firebends.

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* Downplayed in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' once in the second season - After having dinner with the girl-of-the-day Jin, she pulls Zuko to a plaza with many dead lanterns. She mentions that the lanterns used to be pretty when lit. Not wanting to upset her, Zuko orders her to close her eyes, then he uses his firebending to lit all the lanterns (he's going incognito at the time). This impresses her enough that she goes to kiss him - and Zuko stops and run away. Downplayed because she's covering her eyes while he firebends.firebends.
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* Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch: A one-episode "rule of witch society" in the first season was that Friday the 13ths allow relaxing the {{Masquerade}} for the benefit of witches with mortal friends and loved ones. Sabrina takes Harvey and Jenny to a fair set up with magic-based attractions. (Jenny gets a dance with Drew Carey.) There are a number of presumed mixed couples in the background of the episode as well.



* Downplayed in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' once in the second season - After having dinner with the girl-of-the-day Jin, she pulls Zuko to a plaza with many dead lanterns. She mentions that the lanterns used to be pretty when lit. Not wanting to upset her, Zuko orders her to close her eyes, then he uses his firebending to lit all the lanterns (he's going incognito at the time). This impresses her enough that she goes to kiss him - and Zuko stops and run away. Downplayed because she's covering her eyes while he firebends.

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* Downplayed in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' once in the second season - After having dinner with the girl-of-the-day Jin, she pulls Zuko to a plaza with many dead lanterns. She mentions that the lanterns used to be pretty when lit. Not wanting to upset her, Zuko orders her to close her eyes, then he uses his firebending to lit all the lanterns (he's going incognito at the time). This impresses her enough that she goes to kiss him - and Zuko stops and run away. Downplayed because she's covering her eyes while he firebends.


On an Superpowered Date, a character with access to extraordinary powers of some sort uses these abilities to take a current or potential romantic partner on an extraordinary evening out. Why settle for dancing in the moonlight when your {{Superpower Lottery}} winner lover can take you dancing on the moon? ([[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace With no pesky asphyxiation]]!) The powers can be of any nature, so long as they go beyond what a {{Muggle}} in the setting can do, and do not need to be innate - effects granted by magical artifacts or highly advanced technology qualify.

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On an a Superpowered Date, a character with access to extraordinary powers of some sort uses these abilities to take a current or potential romantic partner on an extraordinary evening out. Why settle for dancing in the moonlight when your {{Superpower Lottery}} winner lover can take you dancing on the moon? ([[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace With no pesky asphyxiation]]!) The powers can be of any nature, so long as they go beyond what a {{Muggle}} in the setting can do, and do not need to be innate - effects granted by magical artifacts or highly advanced technology qualify.


* Series/{{Smallville}}: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]

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* Series/{{Smallville}}: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond diamond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, her death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]



* ''Film/SupermanIVTheQuestForPeace'' has Lois and Superman flying together again. When she reveals that she again remembers his secret, Superman makes a second use of the kiss or forgetfulness.

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* ''Film/SupermanIVTheQuestForPeace'' has Lois and Superman flying together again. When she reveals that she again remembers his secret, Superman makes a second use of the kiss or of forgetfulness.


* Series/{{Smallville}}: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[Spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]

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* Series/{{Smallville}}: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]


* Series/Smallville: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[Spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]

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* Series/Smallville: Series/{{Smallville}}: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[Spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]



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* Series/Smallville: Clark taking Lana to the Fortress of Solitude to create a daimond from coal and then make a wedding ring qualifies as this trope. [[Spoiler: Lana dies, and to prevent the circumstances of her, death Clark reverses time, creating a timeline where this date never happened.]]

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* ''Film/SupermanIVTheQuestForPeace'' has Lois and Superman flying together again. When she reveals that she again remembers his secret, Superman makes a second use of the kiss or forgetfulness.

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