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23rd Jun '16 9:09:46 PM Ambaryerno
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* AlmightyJanitor: Despite being one of the higher-ranking officers at Station House No. 4, he's nonetheless ''over''qualified for his position due to politics. Murdoch was once up for a promotion to inspector, however he was passed over because of the anti-Catholic sentiment in predominantly Protestant Toronto during the era. As a result it's highly unlikely he'll ever rise higher than detective.
17th Jun '16 9:51:27 PM Ambaryerno
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* ShipperOnDeck: In season 2 Brackenreid makes several moves towards pushing Murdoch and Julia together, on several occasions giving Murdoch tickets to an event and suggesting he invite her.
16th Jun '16 6:00:35 AM Ambaryerno
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* ButtMonkey: If one of the characters is going to have to do something particularly embarrassing over the course of the investigation, there's a good bet it's going to be Crabtree.
15th Jun '16 9:42:03 PM Ambaryerno
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* TheDitz: Not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, prone to making foolish mistakes, and mishandling evidence.


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* TheKlutz: Higgins shows very little aptitude for handling evidence. He means well, but is often clumsy and on many occasions accidentally damages, destroys, or otherwise mishandles whatever he's attempting to help with.
22nd May '16 2:58:01 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: She's criminal master mind, but managed to look completely innocent. She nearly framed her husband for her crimes, who was absolutely oblivious about her nature.
16th Apr '16 5:45:44 PM bombadil211
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* ChasteHero: Due to his deep-held Catholic beliefs and gentlemanly demeanor, he will not act untoward women or give into temptation no matter how willingly it's offered. When forced to spend a night at a hotel with Julia, in order to give her husband grounds for divorce, he comes prepared with a game of checkers to keep themselves occupied.
27th Mar '16 11:28:22 AM 69BookWorM69
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18th Mar '16 12:01:26 AM LordYAM
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* NobleBigotWithABadge: In one of the first episodes, Brackenreid admits that the skin color of a black murder suspect initially led him to believe she was guilty. Later on he arrests a caravan of gypsies for a series of break-ins without any proof, although he later lets them go when he tracks down the ''real'' thieves. In the episode "Werewolves", he readily admits that the Native Jimmy [=McCloud=] would make a very good policeman, but refuses Crabtree's request to deputize [=McCloud=] because the racism of Victorian-era Toronto would preclude any "Indian coppers".

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* NobleBigotWithABadge: In one of the first episodes, Brackenreid admits that the skin color of a black murder suspect initially led him to believe she was guilty. Later on he arrests a caravan of gypsies for a series of break-ins without any proof, although he later lets them go when he tracks down the ''real'' thieves. In the episode "Werewolves", he readily admits that the Native Jimmy [=McCloud=] would make a very good policeman, but refuses Crabtree's request to deputize [=McCloud=] because the racism of Victorian-era Toronto would preclude any "Indian coppers". He's also initially disdainful of a persian suspect (though he does view the attempt to frame said suspect as evil) and doesn't seem to think much of the chinese.
17th Mar '16 11:59:38 PM LordYAM
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* TheDreaded: Is treated as a massive threat by everyone after his second and third escapades. Julia herself admits that she's scared of him due to the fact he tried to kill her twice and came damn close both times.
4th Feb '16 7:32:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* DrJerk: Murdoch's opinion of him, while others more or less agree. He seems to think Murdoch invents murders and discovers bodies just to annoy him personally. He has a great deal of problems to come to see murder scenes and thinks that doing autopsies is more than enough. He justifies it by claiming that work is not everything for him and that he wants to spend time with his family. Much of his attitude can be put down to colonial snobbery, as he originally came from London and worked for the prestigious ScotlandYard. However, Murdoch's less than gracious treatment of him makes a lot of his behaviour understandable, if not sympathetic.

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* DrJerk: Murdoch's opinion of him, while others more or less agree. He seems to think Murdoch invents murders and discovers bodies just to annoy him personally. He has a great deal of problems to come to see murder scenes and thinks that doing autopsies is more than enough. He justifies it by claiming that work is not everything for him and that he wants to spend time with his family. Much of his attitude can be put down to colonial snobbery, as he originally came from London and worked for the prestigious ScotlandYard.UsefulNotes/ScotlandYard. However, Murdoch's less than gracious treatment of him makes a lot of his behaviour understandable, if not sympathetic.
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