History ChekhovsGun / LiveActionTV

13th Jun '18 7:58:43 PM C0LdP5yCh0
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* ''Series/{{IntoTheBadlands}}'': In the episode "Dragonfly's Last Dance", the Narwhal head mounted in the [[spoiler: River King's]] library, which Sunny later uses to [[spoiler: impale the River King]] at the end of the episode.

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* ''Series/{{IntoTheBadlands}}'': ''Series/IntoTheBadlands'': In the episode "Dragonfly's Last Dance", the Narwhal head mounted in the [[spoiler: River King's]] library, which Sunny later uses to [[spoiler: impale the River King]] at the end of the episode.
13th Jun '18 7:56:33 PM C0LdP5yCh0
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* ''Series/{{IntoTheBadlands}}'': In the episode "Dragonfly's Last Dance", the Narwhal head mounted in the [[spoiler: River King's]] library, which Sunny later uses to [[spoiler: impale the River King]] at the end of the episode.
29th May '18 3:32:09 PM costanton11
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* ColdCase: Often during the flashbacks, sometimes from the very first once, something was said, seen, or done that would prove relevant as to why the victim was killed and/or to the identity of the murderer. In the present day scenes as well--in the episode "Sandhogs", the unique cigarette lighter seen in the possession of one of the suspects is revealed to have been given as a present to the ''victim'', thus revealing the man to be the killer they've been looking for.

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* ColdCase: ''Series/ColdCase'': Often during the flashbacks, sometimes from the very first once, something was said, seen, or done that would prove relevant as to why the victim was killed and/or to the identity of the murderer. In the present day scenes as well--in the episode "Sandhogs", the unique cigarette lighter seen in the possession of one of the suspects is revealed to have been given as a present to the ''victim'', thus revealing the man to be the killer they've been looking for.
2nd Apr '18 10:14:37 AM babyhenchy1
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** The ricin was first mentioned in season 2 and attempted its use on Tuco and Gus, which both ended in failure. The Ricin was ultimately used successfully on [[spoiler:Lydia]], the final death caused by Walter in the final episode of season 5.

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** The ricin was first mentioned in season 2 and attempted its use on Tuco and Gus, which both ended in failure. The Ricin was ultimately used successfully on [[spoiler:Lydia]], the final death caused by Walter in the [[GrandFinale final episode of season 5.5 and the series]].
20th Mar '18 8:04:05 AM gb00393
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** Early in the series, Tyrion mentioned that his father gave him the task of designing the sewers beneath Casterly Rock, the Lannister family home, in order to humiliate him, and boasts that he made them extremely efficient. Several seasons later, he reveals that he'd installed secret passages meant for sneaking whores into and out of the castle, which become equally effective at sneaking a small sabotage squad of Unsullied into the castle later on.
14th Jan '18 4:03:23 PM NotThisThing
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** In "Mr. Monk Goes to a Rock Concert," they spend plenty of time showing Monk being hit by a blue beach ball. Which turns out to have the evidence that incriminates [[spoiler:Kris Kedder]] for killing [[spoiler:Stork Murray]].
** In "Mr. Monk and the Bully," Marilyn Brody mentioning to Monk and Natalie that she was adopted and had an aunt in Texas. The word "aunt" is important, since she mispronounces it later, allowing Monk to deduce that she has a twin.

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** In "Mr. Monk Goes to a Rock Concert," they spend plenty of time showing Monk being hit by a blue beach ball. Which turns out to have the evidence that incriminates [[spoiler:Kris Kedder]] for killing [[spoiler:Stork Murray]].
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** In "Mr. Monk and the Bully," Marilyn Brody mentioning to Monk and Natalie that she was adopted and had an aunt in Texas. The word "aunt" is important, since she mispronounces pronounces it differently ("awnt" vs. "ant") later, allowing Monk to deduce that she has a twin.
10th Jan '18 7:03:26 PM PetroleumJerry
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** In "Flesh and Stone" the Doctor walks away from Amy , having lost his coat to a Weeping Angel. He then apparently returns, now wearing a jacket, warning Amy to keep her eyes closed, lest she allow the Angels access to the visual centres of her mind, and also telling her to remember what she told him when she was seven. [[spoiler:In fact, the Doctor who talks to Amy in the forest is actually the Doctor from the future, rewinding his timeline due to the events of "The Pandorica Opens". The thing he told her when she was seven was a story about him and the TARDIS, meant to make her remember him at her wedding after he was erased, so he could be brought back into existence.]]

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** In "Flesh and Stone" the Doctor walks away from Amy , having lost his coat to a Weeping Angel. He then apparently returns, now wearing a jacket, warning Amy to keep her eyes closed, lest she allow the Angels access to the visual centres of her mind, and also telling her to remember what she told him when she was seven.seven. The latter is shot entirely in close-up, and the Doctor's jacket-clad shoulder is only occasionally glimpsed (did Continuity miss something?). [[spoiler:In fact, the Doctor who talks to Amy in the forest is actually the Doctor from the future, rewinding his timeline due to the events of "The Pandorica Opens". The thing he told her when she was seven was a story about him and the TARDIS, meant to make her remember him at her wedding after he was erased, so he could be brought back into existence.]]
22nd Oct '17 12:18:59 PM nombretomado
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* Near the beginning of one episode of {{Castle}}, Castle is unsuccessfully attempting to befriend a gaggle of 2nd graders. Among the mean things they do to him: take a polaroid picture of him that looks like he peed his pants, and throw a bowl of marbles to make him trip. [[spoiler:The [[MonsterOfTheWeek murderer of the week]] is looking for a picture hidden in the camera that took that picture, and Castle throws the same bowl of marbles at the end of the episode to trip the guy as he's getting away with it.]]

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* Near the beginning of one episode of {{Castle}}, ''Series/{{Castle}}'', Castle is unsuccessfully attempting to befriend a gaggle of 2nd graders. Among the mean things they do to him: take a polaroid picture of him that looks like he peed his pants, and throw a bowl of marbles to make him trip. [[spoiler:The [[MonsterOfTheWeek murderer of the week]] is looking for a picture hidden in the camera that took that picture, and Castle throws the same bowl of marbles at the end of the episode to trip the guy as he's getting away with it.]]
24th Sep '17 3:47:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Casualty}}'': When the show was still a medical drama (before it became a soap) whatever you first saw after the credits was either going to cause horrific injuries or end up being removed from some unlucky extra in surgery.

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* ''{{Casualty}}'': ''Series/{{Casualty}}'': When the show was still a medical drama (before it became a soap) whatever you first saw after the credits was either going to cause horrific injuries or end up being removed from some unlucky extra in surgery.
1st Aug '17 4:22:08 AM FltLtSibanda
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