Everyone Is Related
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|Related:||Secret Sibling, Severitus|
|See Also:||Everyone Is Gay|
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Everyone is Related occurs when one character is/turns out to be a close relation of another character, something that's either established or comes as a surprise. This trope also happens, and perhaps more often, in crossovers.
General Examples of this Trope
- The zine Relativity is based entirely on the idea that just about all characters in 1980s television are cousins, brothers, husbands and wives.
- The zine Friends and Lovers contains a shared universe that crosses Remington Steele, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, and MacGyver by having them all intermarry.
- The zine Brotherly Love has the premise that Daniel is Jack's 4-year old half-brother.
- In Written in the Stars by VampyrAlex, Daniel of Stargate SG-1 and Blair of the Sentinel are brothers.
Examples of this Trope in "The Sentinel"
The Sentinel and Blair's unknown father provides a wide palette for this trope to play out.
- In Homeward Bound by Alyjude, Thomas Magnum of Magnum PI is Blair’s father
- In In a Land of Shadow by Gil Hale, Ray Doyle of The Professionals is Blair’s father
- In Outside Influences by Candy Apple, Dave Starsky of Starsky and Hutch is Blair’s father
- In Spare Parts Missing Scene by Debra Baschal, Jim Ellison is Blair’s father
- In Fathers and Sons by Belladonna, Jack O'Neill of Stargate SG-1 is Blair's father
- In Family and Strangers by Susan MacDonald, Chris Larabee of Magnificent Seven is Blair's father
- In the MacGyver & Sons series by Cindy Combs, MacGyver of MacGyver is Blair's father
- In the Birthright Series by Rimilod, William Ellison is Blair's father