History Awesome / TheShield

7th Dec '15 3:00:58 PM Gimere
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* They finally, finally, ''finally'' beat the Waytts on Main Event. For those following the Shield's storyline, here's the several ways in which that counts as awesome.
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* They finally, finally, ''finally'' beat the Waytts Wyatts on Main Event. For those following the Shield's storyline, here's the several ways in which that counts as awesome.
18th Jun '15 11:11:20 AM HighCrate
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** The Blackout was a Crowning Moment for Rollins, as he's the FragileSpeedster of the group and doesn't get to score pinfalls that often.
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** The Blackout was a Crowning Moment for Rollins, as he's the FragileSpeedster of the group and he doesn't get to score pinfalls that often.
28th May '15 4:29:33 AM Freezer
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** He gets a final one in his last appearance, as Vic confronts him in prison, accusing him of [[spoiler: having Lem killed.]] Mitchell mocks him for being desperate enough to bust in on him with no proof of anything, looking to scare a confession out of him. He tells Vic that he could've done it, but he didn't, because doing so would mess with the [[LuxuryPrisonCell sweet setup]] he has going. As he says this, a ''prison guard'' comes in with a message for him, calling him "Mr. Mitchell." He sends Vic away with his tail between his legs without even getting out of his chair.
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** He gets a final one in his last appearance, as Vic confronts him in prison, accusing him of [[spoiler: having Lem killed.]] ]] Mitchell mocks him for being desperate enough to bust in on him with no proof of anything, looking to scare a confession out of him. He tells Vic that he could've done it, but he didn't, because doing so would mess with the [[LuxuryPrisonCell [[LuxuryPrisonSuite sweet setup]] he has going. going. As he says this, a ''prison guard'' comes in with a message for him, calling him "Mr. Mitchell." He sends Vic away with his tail between his legs without even getting out of his chair.
28th May '15 4:28:19 AM Freezer
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** He gets a final one in his last appearance, as Vic confronts him in prison, accusing him of [[spoiler: having Lem killed.]] Mitchell mocks him for being desperate enough to bust in on him with no proof of anything, looking to scare a confession out of him. He tells Vic that he could've done it, but he didn't, because doing so would mess with the [[LuxuryPrisonCell sweet setup]] he has going. As he says this, a ''prison guard'' comes in with a message for him, calling him "Mr. Mitchell." He sends Vic away with his tail between his legs without even getting out of his chair.
18th May '15 6:18:02 AM santos32
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* Payback 2015: The Shield compete against each other for the first time a year after their last match together in a Fatal Four Way with Randy Orton. Midway through the match, Ambrose, Rollins and Reigns find themselves standing over a beaten down Orton. Rollins calls for his former brothers-in-arms to put Orton through the announce table, much to the surprise of Ambrose and Reigns. When Orton gets back up, all three men beat him back down before putting The Viper out of commision with a Triple Powerbomb! The crowd eats up the temporary reunion as The Shield get hyped up. While Ambrose and Reigns celebrate a bit with each other, Rollins decides to join in and calls for their fist pose. Understandably, the match gets back underway.
18th May '15 6:18:02 AM santos32
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13th Apr '15 6:04:23 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* 9/23/13 - The Shield is placed in a tag-team elimination match against (sit down, this might take a while) Wrestling/RobVanDam, Wrestling/KofiKingston, Wrestling/DolphZiggler, Wrestling/ZackRyder, The Usos, [[Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers Darren Young, Titus O'Neil]], Wrestling/JustinGabriel, [[RonKillings R-Truth]]... and DanielBryan. Aside from the Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers and Usos (both of whom have feuded with and nearly beaten the Shield on different occasions), each of the members of this super-team has held a championship. The Shield lost, but managed to eliminate SEVEN of their eleven opponents despite being outnumbered nearly four-to-one. Roman Reigns in particular was a beast, eliminating three men in '''''a minute flat without tagging'''''. And Rollins, to his credit, did not back down even after being surrounded 4-to-1 and taking a [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard Shield-style beatdown]]. The awesome was almost enough to make you [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the empire.]] Almost.
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* 9/23/13 - The Shield is placed in a tag-team elimination match against (sit down, this might take a while) Wrestling/RobVanDam, Wrestling/KofiKingston, Wrestling/DolphZiggler, Wrestling/ZackRyder, The Usos, [[Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers Darren Young, Titus O'Neil]], Wrestling/JustinGabriel, [[RonKillings [[Wrestling/RonKillings R-Truth]]... and DanielBryan.Daniel Bryan. Aside from the Wrestling/PrimeTimePlayers and Usos (both of whom have feuded with and nearly beaten the Shield on different occasions), each of the members of this super-team has held a championship. The Shield lost, but managed to eliminate SEVEN of their eleven opponents despite being outnumbered nearly four-to-one. Roman Reigns in particular was a beast, eliminating three men in '''''a minute flat without tagging'''''. And Rollins, to his credit, did not back down even after being surrounded 4-to-1 and taking a [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard Shield-style beatdown]]. The awesome was almost enough to make you [[RootingForTheEmpire root for the empire.]] Almost.
18th Feb '15 12:14:03 AM tsstevens
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*** Same episode, the Strike Team bust a pedophile ring. Not the bust itself, or Vic's CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming with one of the victims, beforehand. Incredible self control on his part when after coercing his way in to not completely flip his shit and kill everyone watching the show, he instead waited then made the bust as a cop when he had evidence.
21st Oct '14 12:15:44 PM nombretomado
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* Roman pulls a pretty damn good BatmanGambit, playing on Vickie's vanity and insecurities as TheAuthority's lackey, then spiking Stephanie's coffee, and all of it leading to [[VomitIndiscretionShot Vickie getting "doused"]] and TripleH having to take Steph to the hospital and leaving a enraged, puke-stained Vickie in charge. Cue Vickie being angry enough at the power couple to enter Roman in the MITB Battle Royal, [[spoiler: which he goes on to win]].
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* Roman pulls a pretty damn good BatmanGambit, playing on Vickie's vanity and insecurities as TheAuthority's Wrestling/TheAuthority's lackey, then spiking Stephanie's coffee, and all of it leading to [[VomitIndiscretionShot Vickie getting "doused"]] and TripleH having to take Steph to the hospital and leaving a enraged, puke-stained Vickie in charge. Cue Vickie being angry enough at the power couple to enter Roman in the MITB Battle Royal, [[spoiler: which he goes on to win]].
21st Oct '14 7:42:57 AM randomtroper89
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!!Strike Team

** Michael Chiklis gives a tour-de-force performance during the first season finale when Vic learns his wife and kids have left because he's never home. The broadcast version truncates Vic's breakdown, but the audience realizes Vic is in serious emotional pain. On the DVD extras for Season One, however, there's an unedited take of Chiklis, completely in character, ''breaking down for ten minutes straight''. Not only does he yell and scream, but he ''cries out of the blue and acts as if he's having heart palpatations''. After this, Vic calmly stands up and exits his home, finishing off the last shot of Season One. This remarkable performance is easily Chiklis' personal Crowning Moment as an actor.

* After unsuccessfully pursuing leads on Armadillo Quintero, the team raids an auto body shop where his accomplice is working. When Vic and Curtis Lemansky can't grill the suspects for info, Shane Vendrell proclaims, "Aw, I am so tired of playing these games", grabs a tire iron and ''breaks the man's ankle''. Bonus points for taunting the perp about enjoying a wheelchair - minutes ago, they assaulted a crippled informant of theirs. * Short-lived Strike Team member Tavon didn't have many chances to prove himself, but for one brief moment in the season two finale, he even put Mackey to shame. When a gang kingpin stalls for information regarding shooters sent out into Farmington on an initiation killing, Tavon decides to bluff the dealer. He pulls out a gun and pretends to play Russian Roulette with the suspect. Mackey watches in subdued awe as Tavon covertly palms the bullet left in the gun while chambering it, and aims the gun at the dealer's head while trying to sweat information out of him. Two clicks later, the suspect sings like a canary. !!Other Police Officers

* Can't leave out Claudette Wyms:
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* After unsuccessfully pursuing leads on Armadillo Quintero, the team raids an auto body shop where his accomplice is working. When Vic and Curtis Lemansky can't grill the suspects for info, Shane Vendrell proclaims, "Aw, I am so tired of playing these games", grabs a tire iron and ''breaks the man's ankle''. Bonus points for taunting the perp about enjoying a wheelchair - minutes ago, they assaulted a crippled informant of theirs. * Short-lived Strike Team member Tavon didn't have many chances to prove himself, but for one brief moment in the season two finale, he even put Mackey to shame. When a gang kingpin stalls for information regarding shooters sent out into Farmington on an initiation killing, Tavon decides to bluff the dealer. He pulls out a gun and pretends to play Russian Roulette with the suspect. Mackey watches in subdued awe as Tavon covertly palms the bullet left in the gun while chambering it, and aims the gun at the dealer's head while trying to sweat information out of him. Two clicks later, the suspect sings like a canary.
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* After unsuccessfully pursuing leads on Armadillo Quintero, David Aceveda: ** In Season Three he's caught the team raids an auto body shop where his accomplice is working. When Vic and Curtis Lemansky can't grill the suspects for info, Shane Vendrell proclaims, "Aw, I am so tired of playing these games", grabs a tire iron and ''breaks the man's ankle''. Bonus points for taunting the perp about enjoying a wheelchair - minutes ago, they man who sexually assaulted a crippled informant him and videotaped the act, placed him in the interrogation room, locked the door, and switched off the video camera. The audience expects Aceveda to beat the holy hell out of theirs. * Short-lived Strike Team member Tavon didn't have many chances the guy. Instead, Aceveda calmly tells the man that he is going to prove himself, but jail, then informs him of all the shit that Aceveda could ''legally'' rain down on him (including deporting his grandmother, stopping his cousin's college plans, and placing the guy in a cell with his arch-enemy) if he ever reveals the cellphone video. ** In Season Seven, Aceveda mercilessly beats down a man named Pezuela in front of his boss, then pulls a gun on Mackey when he tries to intervene. When Aceveda finishes talking down to Pezuela for one brief thinking of him as his "errand boy", he rubs in Mackey's face the fact that, by doing this, he has screwed up the last chance Mackey had for working in law enforcement ever again, with a smile on his face. * During an interrogation of archenemy Antwon Mitchell, Monica Rawlings keeps her cool as Antwon tries to unnerve her with knowledge of her affair with her married partner. Monica strikes back by telling Antwon his son is a willing sex slave in prison and relaying the horrific events of a childhood which caused Antwon to become such a sociopath. The latter moment in is the season two finale, he even put Mackey to shame. When a gang kingpin stalls for information regarding shooters sent out into Farmington on an initiation killing, Tavon decides to bluff one time during the dealer. He pulls out a gun and pretends whole series Mitchell's confidence slips, as Rawlings gets him to play Russian Roulette with the suspect. Mackey watches in subdued awe as Tavon covertly palms the bullet left in the gun while chambering it, and aims the gun at the dealer's head while trying to sweat information out of him. Two clicks later, the suspect sings like a canary.''cry''.

* David Aceveda in Season Three. He's caught the man who sexually assaulted him and videotaped the act, placed him in the interrogation room, locked the door, and switched off the video camera. The audience expects Aceveda to beat the holy hell out of the guy. Instead, Aceveda calmly tells the man that he is going to jail, then informs him of all the shit that Aceveda could ''legally'' rain down on him (including deporting his grandmother, stopping his cousin's college plans, and placing the guy in a cell with his arch-enemy) if he ever reveals the cellphone video. ** In Season Seven, Aceveda mercilessly beats down a man named Pezuela in front of his boss, then pulls a gun on Mackey when he tries to intervene. When Aceveda finishes talking down to Pezuela for thinking of him as his "errand boy", he rubs in Mackey's face the fact that, by doing this, he has screwed up the last chance Mackey had for working in law enforcement ever again, with a smile on his face. * Michael Chiklis gives a tour-de-force performance during the first season finale when Vic learns his wife and kids have left because he's never home. The broadcast version truncates Vic's breakdown, but the audience realizes Vic is in serious emotional pain. On the DVD extras for Season One, however, there's an unedited take of Chiklis, completely in character, ''breaking down for ten minutes straight''. Not only does he yell and scream, but he ''cries out of the blue and acts as if he's having heart palpatations''. After this, Vic calmly stands up and exits his home, finishing off the last shot of Season One. This remarkable performance is easily Chiklis' personal Crowning Moment as an actor. * Antwon Mitchell owning Shane counts as an Awesome Moment for him. ** "From now on, when I say 'Suck my dick', you say, 'You want me to lick your balls, Daddy?'"
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* David Aceveda in Season Three. He's caught Steve Billings was portrayed as a comically ineffective cop for most of the show, but he got his own special moment when faced with a man who sexually assaulted him and videotaped the act, placed him in the interrogation room, locked the door, and switched off the video camera. The audience expects Aceveda to beat the holy hell out of the guy. Instead, Aceveda calmly tells the man that he is going to jail, raped his daughter, who then informs ran away and got murdered. He's now in full denial about it, so Billings screams at him of all the shit that Aceveda could ''legally'' rain down on him (including deporting his grandmother, stopping his cousin's college plans, "Your daughter's '''dead'''! You made her run away, and placing the guy in a cell with his arch-enemy) if he ever reveals the cellphone video. ** In Season Seven, Aceveda mercilessly beats down a man named Pezuela in front of his boss, then pulls a gun on Mackey when he tries to intervene. When Aceveda finishes talking down to Pezuela for thinking of him as his "errand boy", he rubs in Mackey's face the fact that, by doing this, he has screwed up the last chance Mackey had for working in law enforcement ever again, with a smile on his face. * Michael Chiklis gives a tour-de-force performance during the first season finale when Vic learns his wife and kids have left because he's never home. The broadcast version truncates Vic's breakdown, but the audience realizes Vic is in serious emotional pain. On the DVD extras for Season One, however, there's an unedited take of Chiklis, completely in character, ''breaking down for ten minutes straight''. Not only does he yell and scream, but he ''cries out of the blue and acts as if he's having heart palpatations''. After this, Vic calmly stands up and exits his home, finishing off the last shot of Season One. This remarkable performance is easily Chiklis' personal Crowning Moment as an actor. * Antwon Mitchell owning Shane counts as an Awesome Moment for him. ** "From now on, when I say 'Suck my dick', you say, 'You want me to lick your balls, Daddy?'"she got killed!"

* During an interrogation of archenemy Antwon Mitchell, Monica Rawlings keeps her cool as Antwon tries to unnerve her with knowledge of her affair with her married partner. Monica strikes back by telling Antwon his son is a willing sex slave in prison and relaying the horrific events of a childhood which caused Antwon to become such a sociopath. The latter moment is the one time during the whole series Mitchell's confidence slips, as Rawlings gets him to ''cry''. ** In a later episode, Mitchell is in custody and handcuffed to an interrogation room table. Shane knows Antwon's death would solve a number of the Strike Team's problems, so he walks into the room with the intent of provoking Antwon into attacking him and giving him justification for killing Antwon. Shane uncuffs Antwon and, as Rawlings did before him, throws Antwon's son's sexuality and imprisonment into his face. Mitchell realizes what Shane's up to; after ''recuffing himself to the table'', he stares Shane dead in the eye before asking him one question: "So what was it you were saying about my nigger faggot son?" * Steve Billings was portrayed as a comically ineffective cop for most of the show, but he got his own special moment when faced with a man who raped his daughter, who then ran away and got murdered. He's now in full denial about it, so Billings screams at him "Your daughter's '''dead'''! You made her run away, and she got killed!" * [[IronicEcho "Small, but genuine."]]

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!!Others * During an interrogation of archenemy Antwon Mitchell, Monica Rawlings keeps her cool Mitchell ** Owning Shane counts as Antwon tries an Awesome Moment for him. ---> "From now on, when I say 'Suck my dick', you say, 'You want me to unnerve her with knowledge of her affair with her married partner. Monica strikes back by telling Antwon his son is a willing sex slave in prison and relaying the horrific events of a childhood which caused Antwon to become such a sociopath. The latter moment is the one time during the whole series Mitchell's confidence slips, as Rawlings gets him to ''cry''. lick your balls, Daddy?'" ** In a later episode, Mitchell is in custody and handcuffed to an interrogation room table. Shane knows Antwon's death would solve a number of the Strike Team's problems, so he walks into the room with the intent of provoking Antwon into attacking him and giving him justification for killing Antwon. Shane uncuffs Antwon and, as Rawlings did before him, throws Antwon's son's sexuality and imprisonment into his face. Mitchell realizes what Shane's up to; after ''recuffing recuffing himself to the table'', table, he stares Shane dead in the eye before asking him one question: "So what was it you were saying about my nigger faggot son?" * Steve Billings was portrayed as a comically ineffective cop for most of the show, but he got his own special moment when faced with a man who raped his daughter, who then ran away and got murdered. He's now in full denial about it, so Billings screams at him "Your daughter's '''dead'''! You made her run away, and she got killed!" * [[IronicEcho "Small, but genuine."]]
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