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* The "Bad Boys of ''[[Series/SaturdayNightLive SNL]]''" (Creator/AdamSandler, Creator/ChrisFarley, Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/DavidSpade, and Creator/RobSchneider) became a tight knit group during their time on the show and even to this day frequently appear in each other's projects (sans Farley who passed away in 1997). However, even Farley is still fondly remembered by the others as shown by Sandler's tribute song to him on his Creator/Netflix special ''100% Fresh''.

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* The "Bad Boys of ''[[Series/SaturdayNightLive SNL]]''" (Creator/AdamSandler, Creator/ChrisFarley, Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/DavidSpade, and Creator/RobSchneider) became a tight knit group during their time on the show and even to this day frequently appear in each other's projects (sans Farley who passed away in 1997). However, even Farley is still fondly remembered by the others as shown by Sandler's tribute song to him on his Creator/Netflix Creator/{{Netflix}} special ''100% Fresh''.


** Team RWBY (Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang). [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Though it takes them a bit to get there.]] Weiss even says that [[FamilyOfChoice they're more family to her than her actual famnily ever was]].

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** Team RWBY (Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang). [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Though it takes them a bit to get there.]] Weiss even says that [[FamilyOfChoice they're more family to her than her actual famnily family ever was]].


* Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang, the heroines of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''. [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Though it takes them a bit to get there.]]

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** Team RWBY (Ruby,
Weiss, Blake and Yang, the heroines of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}''.Yang). [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Though it takes them a bit to get there.]]]] Weiss even says that [[FamilyOfChoice they're more family to her than her actual famnily ever was]].
** Team JNPR (Jaune, Nora, Pyrrha, and Ren) bond together a bit faster, and quickly become team RWBY's closest allies. In fact, when team RWBY temporarily splits up, Ruby ends up joining team JNPR, and when her team reunites team JNPR stays with them.


* The cast of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' - They all insisted on equal pay, and if they were nominated for awards, you could not nominate one of the cast for Best Lead and another for Best Supporting Cast Member. The cast are so close that frequent guest star Creator/TomSelleck has said he felt left out when he filmed his appearances, and Creator/PaulRudd has said that he didn't want his character to appear in the penultimate episode [[spoiler: where the group is bidding farewell to Rachel]] or the show's final scenes, as it didn't feel right.

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* The cast of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' - They all insisted on equal pay, pay[[note]]with Creator/JenniferAniston and Creator/DavidSchwimmer voluntarily taking pay cuts[[/note]], and if they were nominated for awards, you could not nominate one of the cast for Best Lead and another for Best Supporting Cast Member. The cast are so close that frequent guest star Creator/TomSelleck has said he felt left out when he filmed his appearances, and Creator/PaulRudd has said that he didn't want his character to appear in the penultimate episode [[spoiler: where the group is bidding farewell to Rachel]] or the show's final scenes, as it didn't feel right.


* ''WebAnimation/CampCamp'' has the campers and councilors of Camp Campbell as a whole form an admittedly dysfunctional one over, though particular note goes to the main trio of [[ComicTrio Max, Neil, and Nikki]]. This is solidified in the season three finale, where their camp is shut down by its owners, Camp Corp., but the kids are offered a chance to go to the camps they ''actually wanted'' to attend and the councilors offered better positions. But they realize they were happier together in that crappy camp and conspire to force the Camp Corp. owners into giving it back.

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* ''WebAnimation/CampCamp'' has the campers and councilors of Camp Campbell as a whole form an admittedly dysfunctional one over, over time, though particular note goes to the main trio of [[ComicTrio Max, Neil, and Nikki]]. This is solidified in the season three finale, where their camp is shut down by its owners, Camp Corp., but the kids are offered a chance to go to the camps they ''actually wanted'' to attend and the councilors offered better positions. But they realize they were happier together in that crappy camp and conspire to force the Camp Corp. owners into giving it back.

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* ''WebAnimation/CampCamp'' has the campers and councilors of Camp Campbell as a whole form an admittedly dysfunctional one over, though particular note goes to the main trio of [[ComicTrio Max, Neil, and Nikki]]. This is solidified in the season three finale, where their camp is shut down by its owners, Camp Corp., but the kids are offered a chance to go to the camps they ''actually wanted'' to attend and the councilors offered better positions. But they realize they were happier together in that crappy camp and conspire to force the Camp Corp. owners into giving it back.


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True Companions are just like a real family – they may not necessarily ''like'' each other, or actually [[FireForgedFriends have liked each other at first]], but they know they can [[BestFriend depend upon each other in a crisis]]. It is a relationship considered to be deeper than mere friendship but more innocent than romance.

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True Companions are just like a real family they may not necessarily ''like'' each other, or actually [[FireForgedFriends have liked each other at first]], but they know they can [[BestFriend depend upon each other in a crisis]]. It is a relationship considered to be deeper than mere friendship but more innocent than romance.



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* The "Bad Boys of ''[[Series/SaturdayNightLive SNL]]''" (Creator/AdamSandler, Creator/ChrisFarley, Creator/ChrisRock, Creator/DavidSpade, and Creator/RobSchneider) became a tight knit group during their time on the show and even to this day frequently appear in each other's projects (sans Farley who passed away in 1997). However, even Farley is still fondly remembered by the others as shown by Sandler's tribute song to him on his Creator/Netflix special ''100% Fresh''.

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* Creator/RobinWilliams and Creator/ChristopherReeve became fast friends while at Julliard and vowed that they'd always take care of one another. When Reeve became paraylzed, Williams did everything he could to cheer Reeve up and made clear, if it ever came to it, he wouldn't hesitate to pay for Reeve's ongoing medical care and financially support Reeve's family.


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* ''Series/TheCryOfMann'': Jack develops this relationship with his callers, who he believes to be a single person named Palmer [[note]] previously named Katie, but Palmer is the longer-lasting name[[/note]]. He repeatedly calls "Palmer" his best friend, thanking him for being there for him. For the caller's part, they do their best to support Jack in his art, try to calm him down, and even show their loyalty for him by "pledging allegiance" and helping him insult Berry, even when they felt guilty doing so.


This trope was originally known as ''nakama'', a Japanese word that means friends or companions.[[note]]You may have heard that it means something stronger, but that's a misconception. A popular ''Franchise/OnePiece'' fansub group left the term untranslated and asserted (incorrectly) it was untranslatable, creating the false impression that it had no good English equivalent.[[/note]]

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This trope was originally known as ''nakama'', a Japanese word that means friends or companions.[[note]]You may have heard that it means something stronger, but that's a misconception. A popular ''Franchise/OnePiece'' fansub group left the term untranslated and asserted (incorrectly) it was untranslatable, creating the false impression that it had no good English equivalent.equivalent while others may have translated “nakama” as “crew”.[[/note]]

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* The ''{{Theatre/Mrs Hawking}}'' play series: Mary and Nathaniel. Their experience in the adventure working cases with Mrs. Hawking bonds them closer and closer together.

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