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** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that the guys weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling, let alone that she was thinking of actually leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]

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** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that the guys weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling, let alone that she was thinking of actually leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]



* {{Music/Ringo|Starr}} left Music/TheBeatles on an extended holiday after deciding that the band didn't need him. His bandmates weren't long in flying over to ask him to come back and Music/GeorgeHarrison [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments even decorated his drum set with flowers as a welcome-back surprise]].

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* {{Music/Ringo|Starr}} left Music/TheBeatles on an extended holiday after deciding that the band didn't need him. His bandmates weren't long in flying over to ask him to come back and Music/GeorgeHarrison [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments even decorated his drum set with flowers as a welcome-back surprise]].surprise.


* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue (the Invisible Woman) considers leaving the Fantastic Four to become an agent at Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the team permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed (Mr. Fantastic), Ben (the Thing) and Johnny (the Human Torch) weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling, let alone that she was thinking of actually their team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue (the Invisible Woman) considers leaving the Fantastic Four to become an agent at Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling (feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates. teammates) considers leaving to become an agent at Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the team permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, with Reed, Ben and Johnny, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed (Mr. Fantastic), Ben (the Thing) and Johnny (the Human Torch) the guys weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling, let alone that she was thinking of actually their leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]


* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue (the Invisible Woman) considers leaving the Fantastic Four to become an agent at Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the team permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue (the Invisible Woman) considers leaving the Fantastic Four to become an agent at Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the team permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.


* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue Storm considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed, Ben and Johnny (Sue's younger brother) weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue Storm (the Invisible Woman) considers leaving the team Fantastic Four to become an agent for at Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates. teammates However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four team permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed, Reed (Mr. Fantastic), Ben (the Thing) and Johnny (Sue's younger brother) (the Human Torch) weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and feeling, let alone that she was considering leaving the thinking of actually their team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]


** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed, Ben and Sue's brother, Johnny, weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]

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** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed, Ben and Sue's brother, Johnny, Johnny (Sue's younger brother) weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]


* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed (aka, "Mr. Fantastic"), Ben (aka, the "Thing") and Sue's brother, Johnny (aka, the "Human Torch"), weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Sue Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys say they feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed (aka, "Mr. Fantastic"), Reed, Ben (aka, the "Thing") and Sue's brother, Johnny (aka, the "Human Torch"), Johnny, weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]


* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her three male teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys explain that they feel Sue is the key to their success as a group and claim that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed Richards (aka, "Mr. Fantastic"), Benjamin "Ben" Grimm (aka, the "Thing") and Sue's brother, Jonathan "Johnny" Storm (aka, the "Human Torch") weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they most likely meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her three male teammates. However, just before she's about to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four permanently, she sees a series of interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys explain that say they feel Sue is that Sue's the key to their success as a group and claim that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in that Reed Richards (aka, "Mr. Fantastic"), Benjamin "Ben" Grimm Ben (aka, the "Thing") and Sue's brother, Jonathan "Johnny" Storm Johnny (aka, the "Human Torch") Torch"), weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they most likely probably meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be lost without her.]]


* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her three male teammates--however, just before she's about leave, Sue sees a series of TV-interviews with the guys, who all feel that Sue's the key their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them). This particular example differs from most in that, throughout the issue, the guys weren't even aware that Sue was planning on leaving the team.

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her three male teammates--however, teammates. However, just before she's about leave, Sue to accept the job at SHIELD and leave the Fantastic Four permanently, she sees a series of TV-interviews interviews of her teammates on TV, during which the guys explain that they feel Sue is the key to their success as a group and claim that they'd be lost without her. This is what ultimately convinces Sue to stay with the guys, who all feel them instead of becoming a SHIELD-agent.
** Interestingly, this particularly example differs from most others in
that Reed Richards (aka, "Mr. Fantastic"), Benjamin "Ben" Grimm (aka, the "Thing") and Sue's brother, Jonathan "Johnny" Storm (aka, the "Human Torch") weren't even aware of how Sue was feeling and that she was considering leaving the team. [[HeartwarmingMoments So they most likely meant what they said about her being the key to their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them). This particular example differs from most in that, throughout the issue, the guys weren't even aware that Sue was planning on leaving the team.her.]]


* Komusubi from ''Manga/EyeShield21'' left the team before the Kyoshin Poseidon game, thinking that his height would be too great of a disadvantage. When this happened, the rest of the team, even including the Hah-hah Brothers and Hiruma, became worried and went to go find him. Though outwardly, Hiruma wasn't so much "worried" as "raging furious that Komusubi would [[{{Determinator}} give up so easily]]".

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* Komusubi from ''Manga/EyeShield21'' left the team before the Kyoshin Poseidon game, thinking that his height would be too great of a disadvantage. When this happened, the rest of the team, even including the Hah-hah Brothers and Hiruma, became worried and went to go find him. Though outwardly, Hiruma wasn't so much "worried" as "raging furious that Komusubi would [[{{Determinator}} give up so easily]]".easily]]."



* One episode of ''Manga/SgtFrog'' has his mother visit and embarrass her son with her antics. After Keroro snaps and tells her off, she decides to cut her visit short and return home early. Keroro realizes how badly he hurt her feelings and races to catch her at the station... [[spoiler: and doesn't make it in time]].

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* One episode of ''Manga/SgtFrog'' has his mother visit and embarrass her son with her antics. After Keroro snaps and tells her off, she decides to cut her visit short and return home early. Keroro realizes how badly he hurt her feelings and races to catch her at the station... [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and doesn't make it in time]].



* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her three male teammates--however, just before she's about leave, Sue sees a series of TV-interviews with the guys, who all feel that Sue's the key their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them). This particular example differs from most in that, throughout the issue, the guys weren't even aware that Sue was thinking of leaving the team.

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* In one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her three male teammates--however, just before she's about leave, Sue sees a series of TV-interviews with the guys, who all feel that Sue's the key their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them). This particular example differs from most in that, throughout the issue, the guys weren't even aware that Sue was thinking of planning on leaving the team.



* In an episode of Series/TheBasilBrushShow, Basil leaves the flat after his friends turn their back on him for his seemingly nasty attitude towards his cousin Mortimer. However, after it turns out that Mortimer is secretly evil, which Basil was trying to prove all that time, the rest of the cast run to the train station where Basil is about to board a train to nowhere to stop him.

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* In an episode of Series/TheBasilBrushShow, Basil leaves the flat after his friends turn their back on him for his seemingly nasty attitude towards his cousin cousin, Mortimer. However, after it turns out that Mortimer is secretly evil, which evil (which Basil was had been trying to prove all tell his friends that time, entire time), the rest of the cast run to the train station where Basil is about to board a train to nowhere to stop him.


* In an issue of ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue (feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates) is on the verge of quitting the team and taking a job as an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency--''however'', just before she does so, she sees a series of TV interviews with her teammates, where the guys claim that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd entirely lost without her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with the team). This particular example differs from most in that, throughout the issue, the guys weren't even aware that Sue was thinking of leaving the team.

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* In an one issue of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue (feeling Susan "Sue" Storm (aka, the "Invisible Woman") considers leaving the team to become an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency after feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates) is on the verge of quitting the team and taking a job as an agent for Nick Fury's SHIELD-agency--''however'', three male teammates--however, just before she does so, she she's about leave, Sue sees a series of TV interviews TV-interviews with her teammates, where the guys claim guys, who all feel that Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with the team).them). This particular example differs from most in that, throughout the issue, the guys weren't even aware that Sue was thinking of leaving the team.


* In an issue of ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue, feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates, is on the verge of quitting the team and becoming a secret agent in Nick Fury's S.H.I.E.L.D organisation. Then she sees a series of TV interviews with her teammates acknowledging that she's the key to their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her, thus convincing her to stay with them. Differs from the trope in that, throughout the issue, the other members of the team aren't even aware that she's intending to leave.

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* In an issue of ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'', Sue, feeling Sue (feeling increasingly ignored and sidelined by her teammates, teammates) is on the verge of quitting the team and becoming taking a secret job as an agent in for Nick Fury's S.H.I.E.L.D organisation. Then SHIELD-agency--''however'', just before she does so, she sees a series of TV interviews with her teammates acknowledging teammates, where the guys claim that she's Sue's the key to their success and that they'd be entirely lost without her, thus convincing her (this ultimately convinces Sue to stay with them. Differs the team). This particular example differs from the trope most in that, throughout the issue, the other members of the team aren't guys weren't even aware that she's intending to leave.Sue was thinking of leaving the team.


* River Tam, in [[{{Series/Firefly}} Objects in Space]], announces that she is turning herself in to a bounty hunter because no one wants her around. Notable in that she never actually intended to leave; it was all part of a BatmanGambit.

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* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'': River Tam, in [[{{Series/Firefly}} Objects "Objects in Space]], Space", announces that she is turning herself in to a bounty hunter because no one wants her around. Notable in that she never actually intended to leave; it was all part of a BatmanGambit.


%%* Played (mostly) straight in the final episode of ''{{Spaced}}''.

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%%* Played (mostly) straight in the final episode of ''{{Spaced}}''.''Series/{{Spaced}}''.


* RealLife example: {{Music/Ringo|Starr}} left Music/TheBeatles on an extended holiday after deciding that the band didn't need him. His bandmates weren't long in flying over to ask him to come back and Music/GeorgeHarrison [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments even decorated his drum set with flowers as a welcome-back surprise]].

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* RealLife example: {{Music/Ringo|Starr}} left Music/TheBeatles on an extended holiday after deciding that the band didn't need him. His bandmates weren't long in flying over to ask him to come back and Music/GeorgeHarrison [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments even decorated his drum set with flowers as a welcome-back surprise]].



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