History Awesome / AshestoAshes

23rd Oct '14 1:23:29 AM JadeEyes1
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** This troper ''cheered.''
13th Jan '13 10:18:37 PM erforce
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** I can't believe we haven't said this already but...in the same episode, the introduction of Gene Hunt...complete with a shot of Gene between Alex's legs (not like that, you pervs!) in homage to the poster for ''ForYourEyesOnly''. ** Chris reasserting that he's not nervous, just cautious, by shooting {{The Dragon}} in the foot.
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** I can't believe we haven't said this already but...in the same episode, the introduction of Gene Hunt...complete with a shot of Gene between Alex's legs (not like that, you pervs!) in homage to the poster for ''ForYourEyesOnly''. ''Film/ForYourEyesOnly''. ** Chris reasserting that he's not nervous, just cautious, by shooting {{The Dragon}} TheDragon in the foot.
25th Nov '12 7:20:41 PM PaulA
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* It's the end of the Finale, the big reveal has happened and the credits have run. Then, before the station idents come up we are treated to a homily by Sergeant George Dixon, of DixonOfDockGreen. This was one of the UK's most successful and long running cop shows (1955-1976) and had such homilies at the end of each episode. But Dixon himself (same actor, Jack Warner) was first encountered ''being shot dead'' (by Dirk Bogarde, no less) in the 1950 movie The Blue Lamp. Arguably also an AwesomeMomentOfCrowning for the entire series.
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* It's the end of the Finale, the big reveal has happened and the credits have run. Then, before the station idents come up we are treated to a homily by Sergeant George Dixon, of DixonOfDockGreen.''Series/DixonOfDockGreen''. This was one of the UK's most successful and long running cop shows (1955-1976) and had such homilies at the end of each episode. But Dixon himself (same actor, Jack Warner) was first encountered ''being shot dead'' (by Dirk Bogarde, no less) in the 1950 movie The ''The Blue Lamp.Lamp''. Arguably also an AwesomeMomentOfCrowning for the entire series.
5th Jul '12 5:39:40 AM SilentHunterUK
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** I can't believe we haven't said this already but...in the same episode, the introduction of Gene Hunt...complete with a shot of Gene between Alex's legs (not like that, you pervs!)
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** I can't believe we haven't said this already but...in the same episode, the introduction of Gene Hunt...complete with a shot of Gene between Alex's legs (not like that, you pervs!)pervs!) in homage to the poster for ''ForYourEyesOnly''.
18th May '11 7:19:57 PM HalcyonDayz
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* The finale had multiple CMOAs for each character, but one of the best is when Gene finally whacks Keats. Brilliant on its own, but by that point it's been all but confirmed what Keats actually is. So, for his final badass action, Gene punches [[spoiler: ''the devil'']] in the face: "Hello, Jimbo!"
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* The finale had multiple CMOAs [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments Of Awesome]] for each character, but one of the best is when Gene finally whacks Keats. Brilliant on its own, but by that point it's been all but confirmed what Keats actually is. So, for his final badass action, Gene punches [[spoiler: ''the devil'']] in the face: "Hello, Jimbo!"
2nd May '11 1:47:47 AM Belphegor
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* Gene shooting the glass door of Chas Cahill's restaurant in 1x06, and then walking through the wreckage to find Alex tied up in the meat locker.
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* Gene shooting the glass door of Chas Cahill's Cale's restaurant in 1x06, and then walking through the wreckage to find Alex tied up in the meat locker.
2nd May '11 1:47:17 AM Belphegor
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* Gene shooting the glass door of Chaz Cahill's restaurant in 1x06, and then walking through the wreckage to find Alex tied up in the meat locker.
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* Gene shooting the glass door of Chaz Chas Cahill's restaurant in 1x06, and then walking through the wreckage to find Alex tied up in the meat locker.
6th Apr '11 3:52:31 AM Belphegor
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* From the same episode (2.08), Gene and his bit of CarFu: "[[spoiler: Carnegie]], you've just been Quattroed!"
6th Apr '11 3:49:20 AM Belphegor
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** Followed up by a nonchalant "Hello, baby." to Chris.
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** Followed up by a nonchalant "Hello, baby." "How you doin', baby?" to Chris.
24th Mar '11 1:00:17 AM Belphegor
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** Chris and Ray's BigDamnHeroes moment, [[spoiler: riding to the rescue of Shaz, Alex, and Gene]].
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** Chris and Ray's BigDamnHeroes moment, [[spoiler: riding to the rescue of Shaz, Alex, and Gene]]. ''To "Chariots of Fire"''.

* It's the end of the Finale, the big reveal has happened and the credits have run. Then, before the station idents come up we are treated to a homily by Sergeant George Dixon, of DixonOfDockGreen . This was one of the UK's most successful and long running cop shows (1955-1976) and had such homilies at the end of each episode. But Dixon himself (same actor, Jack Warner) was first encountered ''being shot dead'' (by Dirk Bogarde, no less) in the 1950 movie The Blue Lamp. Arguably also an AwesomeMomentOfCrowning for the entire series.
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* It's the end of the Finale, the big reveal has happened and the credits have run. Then, before the station idents come up we are treated to a homily by Sergeant George Dixon, of DixonOfDockGreen .DixonOfDockGreen. This was one of the UK's most successful and long running cop shows (1955-1976) and had such homilies at the end of each episode. But Dixon himself (same actor, Jack Warner) was first encountered ''being shot dead'' (by Dirk Bogarde, no less) in the 1950 movie The Blue Lamp. Arguably also an AwesomeMomentOfCrowning for the entire series.
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