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Look, SB and Coach Z don't interact much, off the top of my head, I can think of about four noteable interactions, and because of that, I vote that we delete it.--{{User:Slipstream/sig}} 07:56, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
Look, SB and Coach Z don't interact much, off the top of my head, I can think of about four noteable interactions, and because of that, I vote that we delete it.--{{User:Slipstream/sig}} 07:56, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
:So, I started the page, and as my discussion at the category talk page goes, it's that I think it could be potentially interesting.  As to why it could be interesting, well, I'll expound.  I agree that characters that rarely interact should not have an relationship page, but I don't think this one is quite that rare.  Further, I think the interesting thing about relationship pages is that they highlight significant variations from the norm.  For example, Strong Bad and Marzipan interact less rarely, but the interactions have very few deviations from "Strong Bad *annoy or prank* Marzipan:  I really don't like 'im at all."  I think there are at least a few examples of SB's interactions with Coach Z, however, to be dynamic.  Does that make any sense?  Anyway, I guess I should also say that consensus seems to be that "three instances" of an occurance warrants a new page, and the poster above me claims that there are at least 4, so that's reason to keep it, in my opinion. [[User:134.174.140.208|134.174.140.208]] 01:02, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
:So, I started the page, and as my discussion at the category talk page goes, it's that I think it could be potentially interesting.  As to why it could be interesting, well, I'll expound.  I agree that characters that rarely interact should not have an relationship page, but I don't think this one is quite that rare.  Further, I think the interesting thing about relationship pages is that they highlight significant variations from the norm.  For example, Strong Bad and Marzipan interact less rarely, but the interactions have very few deviations from "Strong Bad *annoy or prank* Marzipan:  I really don't like 'im at all."  I think there are at least a few examples of SB's interactions with Coach Z, however, to be dynamic.  Does that make any sense?  Anyway, I guess I should also say that consensus seems to be that "three instances" of an occurance warrants a new page, and the poster above me claims that there are at least 4, so that's reason to keep it, in my opinion. [[User:134.174.140.208|134.174.140.208]] 01:02, 6 November 2007 (UTC)

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