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In an early episode of Soap, an escaped convict hides in the Tate house—in Corinne's (?) bedroom. (It's been so long, I'm likely to confuse Corinne with her sister Eunice.) He assures her that he's a murderer, not a rapist. Seeing her faint disappointment, he adds, “Sometimes I wish I were a rapist.” They become a couple. — What's his name? Dutch?
Might we want to put an "unfortunate implications" link in the main description? It seems needed.
How does this trope fit the "family friendly" policy (I'm asking because I don't know, not a rhetorical question)?
Why would it not? "Family friendly" doesn't mean, "No mention of anything that could be objectionable." It means, "No explicit descriptions or depictions of obscene material."
Could this trope also apply if the damsel in question is, little to her knowledge, not even that sexually attractive? Like, maybe she's some senile, old lady who's forgotten that she's way past her prime or she's just really really ugly?
This trope has an example of a man not being eaten by zombies for lack of brains. It's pretty much any example where the target expects to be victimized through no fault of their own and is insulted that they're not.
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