History Heartwarming / HotFuzz

12th Jul '15 2:39:18 PM MURPHYCHACHO
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* Another small moment, but near the end, in FreezeFrameBonus, we see Mr. Peter Ian Staker happily reunited with his pet swan. He even seems to be cuddling it!

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* Another small moment, but near the end, end in a FreezeFrameBonus, we see Mr. Peter Ian Staker happily reunited with his pet swan. He even seems to be cuddling it!
11th Jul '15 9:04:03 PM MURPHYCHACHO
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* Also a small one, but Nick's insistence on calling Doris a "police officer" rather than "policewoman". Because according to him, gender has nothing to do with it.

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* Also a small one, but Nick's insistence on calling Doris a "police officer" rather than "policewoman". Because according to him, gender has nothing to do with it.it.
* Another small moment, but near the end, in FreezeFrameBonus, we see Mr. Peter Ian Staker happily reunited with his pet swan. He even seems to be cuddling it!
10th Jun '15 3:06:16 AM TrueBlue170
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as it refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior. [[spoiler:Turns into a TearJerker when it turns out she killed herself. In a way, he's saying her death was someone's fault.]]

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as it refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior. [[spoiler:Turns into a TearJerker when it turns out she killed herself. In a way, he's saying her death was someone's fault.]]]]
* Also a small one, but Nick's insistence on calling Doris a "police officer" rather than "policewoman". Because according to him, gender has nothing to do with it.
19th Jun '14 6:55:00 PM Thecommander236
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as it refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior.

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as it refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior. [[spoiler:Turns into a TearJerker when it turns out she killed herself. In a way, he's saying her death was someone's fault.]]
19th Jun '14 6:50:20 PM Thecommander236
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* When Nicholas Angel realises that it's Danny Butterman's birthday and not only feels guilty that they've spent the morning investigating, goes out to buy him a Japanese Peace Lily like his own.

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* When Nicholas Angel realises that it's Danny Butterman's birthday and not only feels guilty that they've spent the morning investigating, goes out to buy him a Japanese Peace Lily like his own.



--> '''Angel:''' Thanks for the monkey.
--> '''Danny:''' S'yours, isn't it.
--> '''Angel:''' [[HoYay I won it for you.]]

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--> '''Angel:''' -->'''Angel:''' Thanks for the monkey.
-->
monkey.\\
'''Danny:''' S'yours, isn't it.
-->
it.\\
'''Angel:''' [[HoYay I won it for you.]]



--> '''Andy #1''': Angel! Don't go being a twat, now.
--> '''Angel''': I wouldn't give you the satisfaction.

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--> '''Andy #1''': --->'''Andy #1:''' Angel! Don't go being a twat, now.
--> '''Angel''':
now.\\
'''Angel:'''
I wouldn't give you the satisfaction.
24th May '14 8:57:32 PM ShinyAeon
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior.

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as it refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior.
24th May '14 8:56:57 PM ShinyAeon
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions''[[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as ''collisions''[[note]](Because ''collisions'' [[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is refers to a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.behavior.
24th May '14 8:55:19 PM ShinyAeon
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as "collisions,[[note]]Because "accident" implies no one's at fault[[/note]]" Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as "collisions,[[note]]Because ''collisions''[[note]](Because "accident" implies no one's at fault[[/note]]" fault) [[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.
24th May '14 8:54:10 PM ShinyAeon
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as "collisions,"[[note]]Because "accident" implies no one's at fault[[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as "collisions,"[[note]]Because "collisions,[[note]]Because "accident" implies no one's at fault[[/note]] fault[[/note]]" Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.
24th May '14 8:53:38 PM ShinyAeon
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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as "collisions," Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.

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* A small one, but a scene or two after Nick has informed Danny that proper terminology is to refer to traffic accidents as "collisions," "collisions,"[[note]]Because "accident" implies no one's at fault[[/note]] Nick asks Danny how his mother died, and he responds innocently, "Traffic collision." It's a bit ComicallyMissingThePoint (as this is a years-old case, not an actively-being-investigated one), but it also shows that, despite what Nick thinks at this point in the movie, Danny really ''is'' listening to what he says and taking it seriously enough to change his own behavior, even in small ways.
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