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1%%˛%%˛%% Administrivia/ZeroContextExample entries are not allowed on wiki pages. All such entries have been commented out. Add context to the entries before uncommenting them.˛%%˛%%˛[[quoteright:350:]]˛[[caption-width-right:350:Getting there is half the fun]]˛˛In this 1923 short, Creator/BusterKeaton decides the best cure for a broken heart is a sailing trip around the world. HilarityEnsues.˛˛Not to be confused with the 1970s television show ''Series/TheLoveBoat.''˛˛A version of "The Love Nest" can be seen at [[ Google Video.]][[note]]Previously "lost" footage has been edited into the film as it has been discovered, and different home video releases contain different intertitles.[[/note]]˛----˛!!"The Love Nest" contains examples of:˛%%* AllJustADream˛%%* AmusingInjuries˛%%* BadBoss˛%%* BeardOfSorrow˛%%* BinocularShot˛%%* ChaseScene˛%%* ClothingDamage˛%%* TheDanza˛%%* DisproportionateRetribution˛* EyeTake: Buster, after another crewmember goes overboard for something Buster did.˛* FadeToBlack: Used to indicate the passage of time.˛* {{Irony}}: The boats' names.˛** Buster starts his trip on the ''Cupid.''˛** The whaling vessel ''Love Nest'' is anything but.˛* KlingonPromotion: Subverted -- after Buster (accidentally) sends the Captain overboard, he dons the captain's hat and starts issuing orders, but it turns out the Captain is {{not quite dead}}.˛* LargeAndInCharge: Joe Roberts as the Captain.˛* LiteralMinded: Buster's interpretations of "All hands on deck" and "All hands to port."[[note]]The "port" intertitle does not appear in the video linked above.[[/note]]˛%%* NonFatalExplosions˛%%* NotQuiteDead˛* OutsideRide: Buster spends a night on the gangway.˛* RunningGag: The crew roster; the funeral wreaths.˛%%* {{Slapstick}}˛* WaterIsAir: Simultaneously played straight and subverted -- Buster is able to walk into the water without any breathing gear and shoot a fish with an ordinary rifle, but the gunsmoke travels to the water's surface in a bubble.˛%%* YouHaveFailedMe˛----


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