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17th Jul '16 1:19:10 PM theenglishman
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* FridgeHorror: Two drive-thru windows for a liquor store. The current laws have established that drinking and driving is illegal. That said it is still not uncommon for people to get pulled over for drinking and driving. How the company that insures the liquor store did not see the huge liability of having TWO drive-thru windows is beyond comprehension.
13th Jun '15 3:07:04 AM Morgenthaler
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18th Apr '13 10:48:06 AM a4angel0706
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* AntiHero: When Rudy becomes a vigilante. The way he deals justice is nothing short of brutal.



* FridgeHorror: Two drive-thru windows for a liquor store. The current laws have established that drinking and driving is illegal. That said it is still not uncommon for people to get pulled over for drinking and driving. How the company that insures the liquor store did not see the huge liability of having TWO drive-thru windows is beyond comprehension.
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**Rudy and Mogie’s father Sonny used to be a star football player until he took to drinking. Both Rudy and Mogie joined the football team. And sadly Mogie also became an alcoholic.
** Mogie’s son Herbie also joined the football team. Thankfully he avoided consuming alcohol like Rudy uncle.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: Rudy intended to “help” his people by becoming a vigilante. He doesn’t realize the harm he actually ends up causing until it’s too late.
* NiceGuy: Herbie. Seriously, not many people have the patience to deal with an alcoholic parent or be openly affectionate towards them. He also turns out to be a very healthy and decent guy.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: When Rudy incinerated the Liquor store he had the intention of destroying it. This was done with the intention of having the store removed. Instead Rudy learns that the insurance fully covered the place and that it is being reconstructed to be bigger.
* RippedFromTheHeadlines: The case of the boy that was kicked to death




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* VigilanteMan- Rudy becomes one.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: While investigating an abandoned house Rudy finds a boy that’s been kicked to death. The killers manage to escape and all Rudy has to go on to identify the killers is green shoelaces. But stroke of sheer luck he bumps into the killers, specifically the owner of the green shoelaces. Already outraged that the murder of the boy was going to be left unsolved, Rudy takes it upon himself to deliver the justice-by scaring the living daylights out of the two boy and destroying their kneecaps with a bat.

16th Apr '13 3:50:51 AM SeptimusHeap
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''Skins'' is a 2002 feature film by Creator/ChrisEyre and based upon the novel of the same name by Adrian C. Louis. The film is set on the fictional Beaver Creek Indian Reservation in South Dakota near the Nebraska border, a place very much like the actual Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, the setting in the book and the place where the film was actually shot. Lakota Sioux tribal police officer Rudy Yellow Lodge (Creator/EricSchweig) struggles to rescue his older, alcoholic brother, Mogie (Creator/GrahamGreene), a former football star who was wounded in combat three times in Vietnam.


!! Tropes associated with ''Skins'':


* CoolOldGuy: With all his faults Mogie has an interesting sense of humor and doesn't take himself to seriously.
* CoolUncle: Rudy is this to Herbie.
* TheAlcoholic: Mogie became one when he returned from Vietnam.
* TheRez: The reservation depicted is fictional but based on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

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