History Heartwarming / JohnDiesAtTheEnd

18th May '17 8:31:17 PM SirSapphire
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* John not only carries out Fred Chu's last wish (starting rumors that he's still alive and wandering in the darkness of Undisclose), but also takes on the task that was assigned to David, namely checking up on Amy and making sure she's okay It's implied his regular visits are what made him think she and Dave would be a good couple and thus why he sets them up.

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* John not only carries out Fred Chu's last wish (starting rumors that he's still alive and wandering in the darkness of Undisclose), but also takes on the task that was assigned to David, namely checking up on Amy and making sure she's okay It's implied his regular visits are what made him think she and Dave would be a good couple and thus why he sets them up. Hell, in the film Marconi himself makes a point of calling John a gentleman.
18th May '17 8:10:27 PM SirSapphire
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* John not only carries out Fred Chu's last wish (starting rumors that he's still alive and wandering in the darkness of Undisclose), but also takes on the task that was assigned to David, namely checking up on Amy and making sure she's okay It's implied his regular visits are what made him think she and Dave would be a good couple and thus why he sets them up.
22nd Feb '17 2:33:36 PM TTFan
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--> Dave: Antidepressants. The thought of [Amy] actually being depressed made me want to grab the whole planet and throw it into the sun.

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--> Dave: '''Dave:''' Antidepressants. The thought of [Amy] actually being depressed made me want to grab the whole planet and throw it into the sun.
22nd Oct '16 7:13:52 AM SirSapphire
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* John has a toolshed filled with miscellaneous trophies and artifacts, most of them sent to him by lonely weirdos who think he's an expert on the paranormal. As John sarcastically says, "Everybody wants to help." Later in the story, Krissy Lovelace, a girl he and John had helped before, sends him her lucky gold cross in the mail, saying an angel had come to her in a dream and told her that he would need it. John repeats, "Everybody wants to help", sounding a lot more sincere this time.

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* John Dave has a toolshed filled with miscellaneous trophies and artifacts, most of them sent to him by lonely weirdos who think he's an expert on the paranormal. As John Dave sarcastically says, "Everybody wants to help." Later in the story, Krissy Lovelace, a girl he and John had helped before, sends him her lucky gold cross in the mail, saying an angel had come to her in a dream and told her that he would need it. John Dave repeats, "Everybody wants to help", sounding a lot more sincere this time.
24th Aug '15 12:59:43 PM sarah-blu
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* As well as being downright hilarious, there's something very sweet about John questioning [[spoiler: Monster]] Dave about his memory of his life, and then ending with a lame (and entirely in character for John) attempt to get 500 dollars out of him. This is going on when [[spoiler: Replacement]] Dave is suicidal over the discovery that [[spoiler: he is actually a creature from and alternate universe]], so that line is the first sign that John is willing to accept Dave as Dave, even if [[spoiler: he is the TomatoInTheMirror]].

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* As well as being downright hilarious, there's something very sweet about John questioning [[spoiler: Monster]] Dave about his memory of his life, and then ending with a lame (and entirely in character for John) attempt to get 500 dollars out of him. This is going on when [[spoiler: Replacement]] Monster]] Dave is suicidal over the discovery that [[spoiler: he is actually a creature from and alternate universe]], so that line is the first sign that John is willing to accept Dave as Dave, even if [[spoiler: he is the TomatoInTheMirror]].
30th Apr '15 3:05:10 PM SirSapphire
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* Dave describes his relationship with Jennifer as "she put up with my bullshit when even ''I'' won't put up with my bullshit." This also describes Dave's friendship with John, who refuses to abandon Dave even when Dave appears to actively torpedo their friendship.
6th Aug '13 7:01:11 PM AsleepInTheBooks
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* John has a toolshed filled with miscellaneous trophies and artifacts, most of them sent to him by lonely weirdos who think he's an expert on the paranormal. As John sarcastically says, "Everybody wants to help." Later in the story, Krissy Lovelace, a girl he and John had helped before, sends him her lucky gold cross in the mail, saying an angel had come to her in a dream and told her that he would need it. John repeats, "Everybody wants to help", sounding a lot more sincere this time.

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* John has a toolshed filled with miscellaneous trophies and artifacts, most of them sent to him by lonely weirdos who think he's an expert on the paranormal. As John sarcastically says, "Everybody wants to help." Later in the story, Krissy Lovelace, a girl he and John had helped before, sends him her lucky gold cross in the mail, saying an angel had come to her in a dream and told her that he would need it. John repeats, "Everybody wants to help", sounding a lot more sincere this time.time.
* After Dave has spilled his entire tragic backstory to Amy, she ends up telling him about why she was in Pine View. Eventually, we get this:
--> Dave: Antidepressants. The thought of [Amy] actually being depressed made me want to grab the whole planet and throw it into the sun.
25th May '13 11:46:02 AM Zemyla
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-->'''Dave:''' Here's the only thing you need to know about John: The reason I was surprised by your hand was because he never once described you as "the girl with only one hand."

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-->'''Dave:''' Here's the only thing Let me tell you everything you need to know about John: John. The reason I was surprised by your hand was because he John never once described you as as, "the girl with only one the missing hand."
14th May '13 3:58:12 AM Beedle
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* As well as being downright hilarious, there's something very sweet about John questioning [[spoiler: Monster]] Dave about his memory of his life, and then ending with a lame (and entirely in character for John) attempt to get 500 dollars out of him. This is going on when [[spoiler: Replacement]] Dave is suicidal over the discovery that [[spoiler: he is actually a creature from and alternate universe]], so that line is the first sign that John is willing to accept Dave as Dave, even if [[spoiler: he is the TomatoInTheMirror]].

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* As well as being downright hilarious, there's something very sweet about John questioning [[spoiler: Monster]] Dave about his memory of his life, and then ending with a lame (and entirely in character for John) attempt to get 500 dollars out of him. This is going on when [[spoiler: Replacement]] Dave is suicidal over the discovery that [[spoiler: he is actually a creature from and alternate universe]], so that line is the first sign that John is willing to accept Dave as Dave, even if [[spoiler: he is the TomatoInTheMirror]].TomatoInTheMirror]].
* John has a toolshed filled with miscellaneous trophies and artifacts, most of them sent to him by lonely weirdos who think he's an expert on the paranormal. As John sarcastically says, "Everybody wants to help." Later in the story, Krissy Lovelace, a girl he and John had helped before, sends him her lucky gold cross in the mail, saying an angel had come to her in a dream and told her that he would need it. John repeats, "Everybody wants to help", sounding a lot more sincere this time.
30th Nov '12 8:12:20 PM kipz61
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* Many, many scenes with Amy. For example, when she makes her incredibly lame firearm joke and can barely contain her amusement. Also when Dave comes over to protect her and it's implied that John is actually setting them up on a date.
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