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21st May '15 10:10:09 PM SbenLives
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* [[spoiler: Mike managing to shoot Mark a few times after being repeatedly stabbed. And this time, it looks like he's down for good.]]

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* [[spoiler: Mike managing to shoot Mark a few times after being repeatedly stabbed. And this time, it looks like [[KilledOffForReal he's down for good.]]good]].]]
** Mike [[spoiler: ''[[MadeOfIron surviving]]'' Mark's attack in the first place. We thought he'd reached his limits when he survived a single stab in Season 1. Now he manages to overcome not only three wild and nasty stab wounds from Mark, but also a sudden onset of sepsis during surgical complications.]]
* [[spoiler: Ryan's final standoff with [[FinalBoss Theo Noble]]. Theo has Gwen at gunpoint and is ranting about how he has nothing to lose, and it looks like Ryan will [[IdiotBall drop his gun once again]]. Then, just as they're both lowering their weapons and Theo looks like he'll get away again, Ryan lifts it back up and [[BoomHeadshot puts a bullet in Theo's face]]. The guy then [[NotQuiteDead gets back up]] and tackles Ryan over the edge of the bridge. Ryan lives. Theo doesn't.]]
* [[spoiler: Everything about Ryan at the end of the series. He's faked his death and become a lawless vigilante, and he's dead set on taking Eliza and her group down. The first thing he does? He strolls into [[TheMole Campbell]]'s hospital room and interrogates her for information. We then cut to him walking calmly out of the room [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome while Campbell's heart monitor flatlines in the background.]]]]
12th May '15 4:00:39 PM HBICece
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* Possibly the biggest one in the series so far, with a bit of TearJerker mixed in: [[spoiler: Joe Carroll finally meeting his end to a lethal injection after three seasons of unimaginable torment and terror. No more backup schemes, no embedded followers, and no way of faking it -- Joe is finally gone.]]

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* Possibly the biggest one in the series so far, with a bit of TearJerker mixed in: [[spoiler: Joe Carroll finally meeting his end to a lethal injection after three seasons of unimaginable torment and terror. No more backup schemes, no embedded followers, and no way of faking it -- Joe is finally gone.]]]]
* [[spoiler: Mike managing to shoot Mark a few times after being repeatedly stabbed. And this time, it looks like he's down for good.]]
2nd May '15 7:41:09 PM SbenLives
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** Joe [[spoiler:meeting the end he so richly deserves, courtesy of an exploding boathouse.]]

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** Joe [[spoiler:meeting [[spoiler:seemingly meeting the end he so richly deserves, courtesy of an exploding boathouse.boathouse. The fact that he's revealed to survive doesn't diminish the awesomeness of the scene.]]
2nd May '15 8:38:33 AM SbenLives
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* Possibly the biggest one in the series so far, with a bit of TearJerker mixed in: [[spoiler: Joe Carroll finally meeting his end to a lethal execution after three seasons of unimaginable torment and terror. No more backup schemes, no embedded followers, and no way of faking it -- Joe is finally gone.]]

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* Possibly the biggest one in the series so far, with a bit of TearJerker mixed in: [[spoiler: Joe Carroll finally meeting his end to a lethal execution injection after three seasons of unimaginable torment and terror. No more backup schemes, no embedded followers, and no way of faking it -- Joe is finally gone.]]
1st May '15 10:05:53 PM SbenLives
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* [[spoiler:Ryan refusing to kill Joe in the S2 finale feels like one. He refuses to play Joe's game, and it causes Joe to have ''another'' VillainousBreakdown.]]

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* [[spoiler:Ryan refusing to kill Joe in the S2 finale feels like one. He refuses to play Joe's game, and it causes Joe to have ''another'' VillainousBreakdown.]]
* Mike managing to pull a 180 on his SanitySlippage and [[spoiler: attempting to spare Mark Grey when he has him at gunpoint.]] Keep in mind that he already killed [[spoiler: Lily for ordering the death of his father - and Mark was the one who ''held the knife''.]]
** [[spoiler: Mark proceeds to get a villainous one by escaping through multiple armed agents, a serious bullet wound to the leg, and a multi-story fall into the ocean and coming out several episodes later crazier, but [[MadeOfIron physically no worse for wear.]]]]
* Theo Noble [[spoiler: viciously killing Strauss just when the latter thinks he's in the clear. A fitting end for the man ultimately responsible for every major problem in the series.]]
* [[spoiler: Joe entering his execution room in handcuffs, surrounded by armed guards and witnesses, and managing to once again take control of the situation with just a pair of glasses bent into a crude lockpick.]]
* Possibly the biggest one in the series so far, with a bit of TearJerker mixed in: [[spoiler: Joe Carroll finally meeting his end to a lethal execution after three seasons of unimaginable torment and terror. No more backup schemes, no embedded followers, and no way of faking it -- Joe is finally gone.
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9th May '14 2:50:06 PM W43
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* Kingston Tanner [[spoiler: kills himself rather than give Joe Carroll the satisfaction of turning him or his son into a murderer.]] Joe's vain attempts to spin it afterwards are hilarious; once again something has not gone according to plan, and the Wannabe Chessmaster has no idea what to do.

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* Kingston Tanner [[spoiler: kills himself rather than give Joe Carroll the satisfaction of turning him or his son into a murderer.]] Joe's vain attempts to spin it afterwards are hilarious; once again something has not gone according to plan, and the Wannabe Chessmaster has no idea what to do.do.
* [[spoiler:Max pulling a BigDamnHeroes twice in the S2 finale, the second time she kills Luke.]]
* [[spoiler:Ryan refusing to kill Joe in the S2 finale feels like one. He refuses to play Joe's game, and it causes Joe to have ''another'' VillainousBreakdown.]]
24th Apr '14 5:17:19 AM Anarquistador
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* Kingston Tanner [[spoiler: kills himself rather than give Joe Carroll the satisfaction of turning him or his son into a murderer.]] Joe's vain attempts to spin afterwards are just fun to watch.

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* Kingston Tanner [[spoiler: kills himself rather than give Joe Carroll the satisfaction of turning him or his son into a murderer.]] Joe's vain attempts to spin it afterwards are just fun hilarious; once again something has not gone according to watch.plan, and the Wannabe Chessmaster has no idea what to do.
23rd Apr '14 6:13:38 PM Anarquistador
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* [[spoiler:Claire finally ends Emma.]]

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* [[spoiler:Claire finally ends Emma.]]]]
* Kingston Tanner [[spoiler: kills himself rather than give Joe Carroll the satisfaction of turning him or his son into a murderer.]] Joe's vain attempts to spin afterwards are just fun to watch.
21st Apr '14 7:07:39 PM StrixObscuro
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* Hardy's infiltration of the Korban compound at the beginning of "The Reaping" evokes "The Fall" from the first season, as he sneaks around like [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]] in total control of the situation, only getting captured when he ''wants to be'', in order to get a face-to-face with Joe and [[BatmanGambit unbalance him]].

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* Hardy's infiltration of the Korban compound at the beginning of "The Reaping" evokes "The Fall" from the first season, as he sneaks around like [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]] in total control of the situation, only getting captured when he ''wants to be'', in order to get a face-to-face with Joe and [[BatmanGambit unbalance him]].him]].
* [[spoiler:Claire finally ends Emma.]]
16th Apr '14 8:42:49 AM Anarquistador
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-->[[spoiler:'''Weston''']]: Killing you won't fix me...[[OhCrap but it will fix you]]. (BANGBANGBANG)

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-->[[spoiler:'''Weston''']]: Killing you won't fix me...[[OhCrap but it will fix you]]. (BANGBANGBANG)(BANGBANGBANG)
* Hardy's infiltration of the Korban compound at the beginning of "The Reaping" evokes "The Fall" from the first season, as he sneaks around like [[Franchise/MetalGear Solid Snake]] in total control of the situation, only getting captured when he ''wants to be'', in order to get a face-to-face with Joe and [[BatmanGambit unbalance him]].
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