That was the first time anyone had noticed or acknowledged Sydney and Maggie’s attraction. What's a female character to do when she discovers she is pregnant? Maggie got pregnant with Gavin's baby in season 2, but they had a miscarriage and then ended their relationship. Twice this happened to Deanna Patterson in, Happens off-stage to Diana Villiers in Patrick O'Brian's. Maggie gets pregnant by Gavin, the two of them fight a lot and don't seem particularly well suited to having a baby. Sydney was then written out of the series to move to Tel Aviv with her new unnamed girlfriend, but before she left, she and Maggie shared a goodbye kiss. One, You could see this coming a mile away for Blair in. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from

[2] Sweeps episodes air in February, May, July and November, the periods when advertising rates are set. It is listed as questionable or subtext if romance is only implied, mentioned instead of shown on screen, part of a dream sequence, or otherwise not explicit for the viewer. And while we were debating we kept reading all of the incredible, detailed coverage in the press about the issue. a column collapses onto Cadance, killing her baby when she was only a few weeks away from giving birth, Cadance getting pregnant then miscarrying when a possessed Shining Armor kicks her. This is because she was. Is it playing into the Bury Your Gays trope if you kill a lesbian character who was already quite ill when she first showed up? When Callie gets pregnant it complicates things a lot since she just got back together with her girlfriend.

When Sydney was watching Maggie, who had collapsed earlier, from the window, another doctor came up to her and said “You really love her, don’t you?”. In Canadian medical drama Saving Hope, Dr. Maggie Lin is an OB/GYN attending at Hope Zion Hospital. Later Maggie goes to Dawn to report Kalfas’s drug use when Dawn comments how her scrubs are soiled with blood. Whether the child is ever mentioned again after this depends on how strictly the, The character was never actually pregnant in the first place. The man commits suicide, and it turns out the wife was lying the whole time just so she could drive the man out of the apartment building.

she and Nucky could get to a sexual relationship that much quicker. with their son (Wil)Liam, possibly due to Tigh switching affections from Six back to his real wife Ellen. More severe critics cite the trope as a cheap source of drama for female characters, whose most important dilemmas always end up as highlighting their femininity.

Alternatively, another character may have overheard her say something which, Mary Jane's pregnancy was originally supposed to tie in to, A disturbing example occurs with Erishad, a minor character in. Maggie finally finds Kalfas in the men’s bathroom shooting up heroine and she goes into the surgery solo and manages to save Sarah that doesn’t involve a hysterectomy. Saving Hope Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Introduced in: 2012-2013 / Final season: 2016-2017, Appeared in seasons: 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017. We promise to do better.” She also revealed that the awareness that was being brought to the bury your gays trope made the Saving Hope writers and producers re-think a potential lesbian death they had in the works for a storyline in season 5: “At the time the controversy started, we had already started breaking a story about a recurring lesbian character who was being treated at Hope Zion. Sydney told Maggie she hadn’t stopping thinking of her and kissed her, and asked her if they could try again. If they do have a miscarriage, it's usually a Double Subversion of the Law of Inverse Fertility. However, she backs out at the last minute and miscarries at the end of the book.

In episode 5×10, Maggie told her she was scared: “it’s like I’ve been waiting 3 years for Christmas and now it’s finally here”. Then what was supposed to be a kind of PSA turns into "it's ok to get pregnant, you will have a miscarriage anyway". Sydney then sought out Maggie and was finally able to admit out loud that she liked girls, the two of them made out and it was implied they had sex. only to be revealed later that she aborted the child, out of hate towards her criminal husband. At the start of the series, she dated a man named Joel for some time, before she stared dating a man named Gavin.

Later on when Sydney and Maggie talked about the kiss, Sydney revealed that she had been struggling with liking girls her whole life due to her family’s religion and beliefs. Since then, abortions have become so commonplace in UK drama and especially soaps that they barely cause any controversy at all. who both want to use her as a pawn to further their respective causes. In which a woman exhibits pregnancy-like symptoms when she's not actually pregnant. It's more common in animals than in humans, and in humans, it tends to be more psychological than physical, the plot of an ongoing series would change too much, don't involve killing off an unborn or newly born child, gave the impression that she was pregnant when she wasn't, putting her superhuman stamina to good use. HE DOESN'T WANT HER TO GIVE UP ON HIM, SAVING HOPE ALEX AND JOEL TALK ABOUT CHARLIE'S CHANCE OF SURVIVAL, SAVING HOPE DR. GORAN ARRIVES WITH HIS HAND IN SOMEONE'S CHEST, SAVING HOPE EVERYONE PREPARING FOR SURGERY BEFORE THE ACCIDENT, This happens quite a lot in fanfiction - a character gets pregnant for drama purposes, often with the wrong person from rape. They get to go through all the trauma of being pregnant for a little while. It's never actually made clear if Charlotte did have a miscarriage—or, at the very least, a chemical pregnancy.