History Characters / TheATeam

8th Mar '17 3:28:51 AM SutairuMasuta
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-> Played by Creator/DwightSchultz (series) Sharlto Copley (film)

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-> Played by Creator/DwightSchultz (series) Sharlto Copley (series), Creator/SharltoCopley (film)
11th Feb '17 6:50:09 AM Morgenthaler
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-> Played by DwightSchultz (series) Sharlto Copley (film)

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-> Played by DwightSchultz Creator/DwightSchultz (series) Sharlto Copley (film)



* OnlyKnownByInitials: H.M. not only stands for his nickname, but also his real name, which we are never told. DwightSchultz was told that 'Howlin' Mad' ''was'' Murdock's real name, but whether this was just the writers pulling one over him... However, if this was so, it makes it into something of a case of SelfFulfillingProphecy.

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* OnlyKnownByInitials: H.M. not only stands for his nickname, but also his real name, which we are never told. DwightSchultz Creator/DwightSchultz was told that 'Howlin' Mad' ''was'' Murdock's real name, but whether this was just the writers pulling one over him... However, if this was so, it makes it into something of a case of SelfFulfillingProphecy.
21st Nov '16 4:20:22 PM HeroGal2347
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* ThrillSeeker: Hannibal enjoys living on the edge. While his exploits with the team are also because he has severe ChronicHeroSyndrome and [[WeHelpTheHelpless likes helping people who can't get help any other way]], he loves the high-risk nature of the work and the requirement of going face to face with supposedly unbeatable people and situations that it involves. The others refer to this is as Hannibal being "on the jazz" and have varying reactions to it.
7th Nov '16 6:12:38 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* DrinkOrder: Typically drinks milk.


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* TheTeetotaler: It's rare to see him drinking anything stronger than milk.
7th Oct '16 7:09:09 PM HeroGal2347
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* TrueCompanions: They are like a family. Given a LampshadeHanging when they buy a house as part of a scheme, and the head of the neighborhood watch asks if they're gay, forcing the team to physically restrain B.A., or when B.A.'s mother states she doesn't have to worry about B.A. being apart from his family because the team ''is'' his family.

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* TrueCompanions: They are like a family. Given a LampshadeHanging in "There Goes the Neighborhood", when they buy a house as part of a scheme, and the head of the neighborhood watch asks if they're gay, forcing the team to physically restrain correct him quickly to keep B.A., from pounding him, or in "Lease With an Option to Die", when B.A.'s mother states she doesn't have to worry about B.A. being apart from his family because the team ''is'' his family.
21st Sep '16 6:09:07 AM HeroGal2347
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* BadassGrandpa: Despite his age, he kicks ass just as much as the other members of the team. Furthermore, in "[[Recap/TheATeamS2E21DeadlyManuevers Deadly Manuevers]]", he shows he has no trouble keeping up with the younger members during training (even outdoing the much younger Face).

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* BadassGrandpa: Despite his age, he kicks ass just as much as the other members of the team. Furthermore, in "[[Recap/TheATeamS2E21DeadlyManuevers Deadly Manuevers]]", he shows he has no trouble keeping up with the younger members during training (even outdoing the much younger Face). No matter what the situation, he will find a way to come out on top.



* PapaWolf: The other members of the team may be capable, gutsy grown men with dozens of battles under their belts, but that doesn't mean Hannibal will not take it personally if he feels they're in actual trouble. This shows up in "Deadly Manuevers", when he is rougher than usual with the people he believes (mostly correctly) are involved with kidnapping Face, B.A., and Murdock.

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* PapaWolf: The other members of the team may be capable, gutsy grown men with dozens of battles under their belts, but that doesn't mean Hannibal will not take it personally if he feels they're in actual trouble. This shows up in "Deadly Manuevers", when he Manuevers"[[note]]he is rougher than usual with the people he believes (mostly correctly) are involved with kidnapping Face, B.A., and Murdock. Murdock[[/note]] and in "Mind Games"[[note]]he becomes more serious and aggressive after Face is abducted, even explicitly telling the guy they're interrogating that his involvement is one of Hannibal's grievances against him[[/note]].



* LikeASonToMe: She loves Murdock and promptly 'adopts' him (and says that if she could legally do so, she would), much to Murdock's utter delight and B.A.'s (apparent) horror.

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* LikeASonToMe: She Mrs. Baracus loves Murdock and promptly 'adopts' him (and says that if announces she could legally do so, she would), wants to adopt him, much to Murdock's utter delight and B.A.'s (apparent) horror.
21st Sep '16 1:19:35 AM annette12
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* {{Badass}}: No matter what the situation, he will find a way to come out on top.



* TheBigGuy: The strongest member of the team.

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* TheBigGuy: The biggest and strongest member of the team.



** {{Jerkass With A Heart Of Gold}}: Later on in that episode, he allows the team members to drive with Murdock in the van, so they could be with him if he died on the way to the hospital.

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** {{Jerkass With A Heart Of Gold}}: * JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Later on in that episode, he allows the team members to drive with Murdock in the van, so they could be with him if he died on the way to the hospital.
20th Sep '16 11:45:21 PM PaulA
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* BadassBookworm: From the latest psychology book to [[Creator/RayBradbury Bradbury]] to [[HermanMelville Melville]] to SinclairLewis to RaymondChandler, he's frequently either reading an eclectic range of books, referencing, quoting from them, or pretending he's a character (either inspired by or) directly from a book -- oh, and, as a member of the A-Team, does it really need to be mentioned that he's badass?

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* BadassBookworm: From the latest psychology book to [[Creator/RayBradbury Bradbury]] to [[HermanMelville [[Creator/HermanMelville Melville]] to SinclairLewis Creator/SinclairLewis to RaymondChandler, Creator/RaymondChandler, he's frequently either reading an eclectic range of books, referencing, quoting from them, or pretending he's a character (either inspired by or) directly from a book -- oh, and, as a member of the A-Team, does it really need to be mentioned that he's badass?
14th Sep '16 6:43:08 PM HeroGal2347
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* BeleagueredAssistant: Tends to put on an air of this. Somewhat justified as he is always expected to miraculously produce whatever Hannibal (or anyone else) needs for a plan, and they'll never let him forget that he "can get anything, anywhere, anytime".

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* BeleagueredAssistant: Tends to put on an air of this. Somewhat justified as he is always expected to miraculously produce whatever Hannibal (or anyone else) needs for a plan, and they'll never let him forget that he "can get anything, anywhere, anytime". He laments it thusly in "[[Recap/TheATeamS4E3WhereIsTheMonsterWhenYouNeedHim Where is the Monster When You Need Him?]]":
7th Sep '16 1:35:36 PM Drencie
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** {{Jerkass With A Heart Of Gold}}: Later on in that episode, he allows the team members to drive with Murdock in the van, so they could be with him if he died on the way to the hospital.
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