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(later retitled All I Wanna Do) and Crime and Punishment in Suburbia.

So I don't think it'd even register that my dude would have the same name as my brother. Hell, one of them has a name that I've only encountered in a character played by Kim Basinger (I'd hit that) and a Nobel Prize winning author.

Brother #2 married a girl with the same name as our sister, only she spells it slightly differently.

This trope has stuck around mainly because it's a fun Plot Device.

Meeting your own grandfather requires you to be in a Time Travel scenario, whereas a stranger can be, well, anyone more or less.

A graduate student is writing his thesis on a late B-movie director, Lanfranco De Molinis.

Looking for information about his personal life, he discovers that he is his own son and that the ...

As Morgan's behavior escalates and he begins to watch Casey every waking hour, writing letters and calling her dozens of times a day, she turns to the police for help.

Only they can't help her, not until Morgan makes an actual threat against her. But when Morgan crosses the line and hurts the people Casey loves, she must find the strength inside herself to stop living in fear, and finally put a stop to this dangerous obsession.

On the other hand, it's not as common in Real Life as it seems to be in media.

On television this is often utilized for comedy, by making them very different people personality-wise.

See full summary » When Morgan Pierce quit his job at the coffee shop, Casey Cooper thought she'd seen the last of her odd and off-putting co-worker.

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