I'm not really clear on what you mean by that. Is what you had in readmore tags the result that you want? This skips over the women, so I'm assuming that's not it.
Is it the code you are calling complex, or the resulting datastructure? What exactly is the final datastructure you are looking for?
Do you want to take your show / char hash combos two at a time, or is one at a time okay? (In which case you get an array of eight hashes.) If an array of eight hashes is what you want, try dumping $AoH_show_characters after the second chunk of code.
Otherwise, if you want four arrays of two hashes each, like my code produces, I can't see any way to get the job done without this kind of maybe slightly confusing nesting.
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