History MadeOfIron / LiveActionTV

8th Mar '16 11:37:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Garo}}'':

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* ''{{Garo}}'':''Series/{{Garo}}'':



* {{Grimm}}: The protagonist Nick Burkhart regularly takes blows from incredible opponents, and wrestle's with creatures that posses superhuman strength, notable demonstrations of his durability include being pulled out through his cars window and thrown onto the pavement, having a toaster smashed round his head [[ItMakesSenseInContext by a super strong part jackal creature]] and receiving a beating from a giant ogre and only getting a few bruised rips. JustifiedTrope in the fact he is a Grimm, a superhuman warrior.

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* {{Grimm}}: ''Series/{{Grimm}}'': The protagonist Nick Burkhart regularly takes blows from incredible opponents, and wrestle's with creatures that posses superhuman strength, notable demonstrations of his durability include being pulled out through his cars window and thrown onto the pavement, having a toaster smashed round his head [[ItMakesSenseInContext by a super strong part jackal creature]] and receiving a beating from a giant ogre and only getting a few bruised rips. JustifiedTrope in the fact he is a Grimm, a superhuman warrior.



* ''MarriedWithChildren'': The main characters demonstrate this: Marcy has been electrocuted, Kelly been bitten by deadly poisonous insects, Bud suffered various injuries in his futile attempts at romance, and Al suffering everything from electrocution to shooting himself in the foot to setting himself on fire to industrial accidents while trying to build a workbench with Jefferson to [[CrowningMomentofFunny repeatedly falling off the roof with Jefferson and his other buddies while trying to install a satellite dish on the roof]].
* ''Series/{{Merlin}}'': There's a debate in the fandom whether or not Merlin is immortal like his mythological counterpart. Thus far in the show, he has taken a fireball to the chest and got up unscathed, gotten hit by a freezing cold spirit that had killed all previous victims and disabled his magic (although he was dying that time and had to be saved by brook spirits)[[note]] And even that's debateable, as the brook spirits themselves said that he had great power, which could mean that he would have eventually survived[[/note]], and had a mace slice across his chest that most likely left a huge, open hole, and he still had enough energy to carry on a conversation with few winces.

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* ''MarriedWithChildren'': ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'': The main characters demonstrate this: Marcy has been electrocuted, Kelly been bitten by deadly poisonous insects, Bud suffered various injuries in his futile attempts at romance, and Al suffering everything from electrocution to shooting himself in the foot to setting himself on fire to industrial accidents while trying to build a workbench with Jefferson to [[CrowningMomentofFunny repeatedly falling off the roof with Jefferson and his other buddies while trying to install a satellite dish on the roof]].
* ''Series/{{Merlin}}'': ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}'': There's a debate in the fandom whether or not Merlin is immortal like his mythological counterpart. Thus far in the show, he has taken a fireball to the chest and got up unscathed, gotten hit by a freezing cold spirit that had killed all previous victims and disabled his magic (although he was dying that time and had to be saved by brook spirits)[[note]] And even that's debateable, as the brook spirits themselves said that he had great power, which could mean that he would have eventually survived[[/note]], and had a mace slice across his chest that most likely left a huge, open hole, and he still had enough energy to carry on a conversation with few winces.



* ''PowerRangers'':

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* ''PowerRangers'':''Franchise/PowerRangers'':



* ''TopGear'': The show tried various methods to make a Toyota Truck stop running. [[SerialEscalation They tried driving it down stairs, running it into a tree, leaving it in the ocean for hours dropping it and things onto it, and finally putting it on top of a skyscraper that was being DEMOLISHED]]. The truck was still able to move. For this unbelievable achievement, they put it on a platform, and is still in the studio to this day.
* ''TrailerParkBoys'': Ricky has been repeatedly shot, often by accident, although always in a non-vital area. The worst damage he usually suffers is to his pride.

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* ''TopGear'': ''Series/TopGear'': The show tried various methods to make a Toyota Truck stop running. [[SerialEscalation They tried driving it down stairs, running it into a tree, leaving it in the ocean for hours dropping it and things onto it, and finally putting it on top of a skyscraper that was being DEMOLISHED]]. The truck was still able to move. For this unbelievable achievement, they put it on a platform, and is still in the studio to this day.
* ''TrailerParkBoys'': ''Series/TrailerParkBoys'': Ricky has been repeatedly shot, often by accident, although always in a non-vital area. The worst damage he usually suffers is to his pride.



* ''WalkerTexasRanger'': The prototype soldier, a muscle man and enforcer of a supremacist bent on ruling the world by the end of the episode "Warriors." The soldier -- whom the supremacist intends to clone thousands of copies of -- is genetically enhanced, thanks to a researcher being forced to do so at gunpoint (she had created a quick-heal formula to help the ill and injured). The soldier's invulnerability is clear when Walker and Trivette are unable to so much as even make him flinch during their early encounters ... not even a machine gun full of bullets or Walker's roundhouse kick can beat the soldier. (Eventually, Walker does beat the man-mountain soldier, thanks to some help from the researcher, a flaming torch and a little gasoline.)

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* ''WalkerTexasRanger'': ''Series/WalkerTexasRanger'': The prototype soldier, a muscle man and enforcer of a supremacist bent on ruling the world by the end of the episode "Warriors." The soldier -- whom the supremacist intends to clone thousands of copies of -- is genetically enhanced, thanks to a researcher being forced to do so at gunpoint (she had created a quick-heal formula to help the ill and injured). The soldier's invulnerability is clear when Walker and Trivette are unable to so much as even make him flinch during their early encounters ... not even a machine gun full of bullets or Walker's roundhouse kick can beat the soldier. (Eventually, Walker does beat the man-mountain soldier, thanks to some help from the researcher, a flaming torch and a little gasoline.)
13th Jan '16 9:28:28 PM DrOO7
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* ''Series/RizzoliAndIsles'': Detective Jane Rizzoli ''jumps off a bridge'' in order to save the DrivenToSuicide suspect who had just fallen off, not two seconds after she talked him out of jumping (she'd found proof he was being framed). The next episode, they are rescued and aside from some mild hypothermia, are perfectly fine. Even if the fall wasn't enough to kill them, it's highly unlikely that they wouldn't have sustained some considerable injury.
1st Jan '16 6:47:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Smallville}}'':

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* ''{{Smallville}}'':''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
17th Sep '15 5:42:52 PM nombretomado
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** Slade is probably the very worse case. He took a couple of hits from Hawkman's mace and somehow survives not one, but ''two'' huge explosions. The first one took one eye. The second one doesn't seem to even scratch him. [[spoiler:Lampshaded on the second occasion - a possible explanation might be that he is under the influence of {{Darkseid}}.]]

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** Slade is probably the very worse case. He took a couple of hits from Hawkman's mace and somehow survives not one, but ''two'' huge explosions. The first one took one eye. The second one doesn't seem to even scratch him. [[spoiler:Lampshaded on the second occasion - a possible explanation might be that he is under the influence of {{Darkseid}}.{{ComicBook/Darkseid}}.]]
14th Jun '15 3:50:18 PM nombretomado
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** Yes, he spent a few weeks in the hospital, but JimmyOlsen still looks pretty good for someone who has been mauled in the chest by freaking '''Doomsday'''.

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** Yes, he spent a few weeks in the hospital, but JimmyOlsen ComicBook/JimmyOlsen still looks pretty good for someone who has been mauled in the chest by freaking '''Doomsday'''.
20th Apr '15 7:37:18 AM gunarao
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* ''Series/Arrow'':
** What Oliver Queen is able to survive sometimes stretches the limits of credibility. While he takes a lot of injuries in his normal VigilanteMan routine, the time he survived being impaled through the chest, kicked off a cliff, and lying shirtless in the snow for hours has to take the cake.
6th Apr '15 11:22:11 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Dollhouse}}'': Played somewhat inconsistently. Sometimes, people go down really fast. Other times, well, watch the fight between Boyd and Ballard (particularly the part where one bashes the other's head with a rock).

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* ''{{Dollhouse}}'': ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'': Played somewhat inconsistently. Sometimes, people go down really fast. Other times, well, watch the fight between Boyd and Ballard (particularly the part where one bashes the other's head with a rock).
15th Jan '15 2:39:50 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* Vyvyan from the ''Series/TheYoungOnes''. At one point, [[TooDumbToLive he stuck his head out a train window,]] which leads to OffWithHisHead. His reaction? His body stops the train and walks out to get his body while his head yells at him for taking too long. Another time he ate a television set to hide it from the bill collector, only for it to be plugged in and he was electrocuted. Minor shock.
** Mike too. One episode had him nail his legs to the table, and his only response was some wincing as if he stubbed his toe.
** All four boys are this when at the end of one episode the house explodes, and the credits show them all standing in the middle of the wreckage, with ash and astonished looks on their faces.
27th Nov '14 11:45:29 AM MisterCPC
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** Day 8: Superficial knife wound early in the season. Serious stab wound in the final hours. Didn't seem too bad at first but as Jack walks away from the wall he's leaning on there is a very serious bloodstain on the wall. Shot in the final episode and even survives a serious car wreck before the end.

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** Day 8: Superficial knife wound early in the season. Serious stab wound in the final hours. Didn't seem too bad at first but as Jack walks away from the wall he's leaning on there is a very serious bloodstain on the wall. Shot in the final episode and even survives a serious car wreck before the end. Somewhat subverted there as all these injuries actually do keep him from successfully fighting off some hired killers out for his head and responsible for said car wreck, and it's only the intervention of his best friend that saves him.
28th Oct '14 6:16:15 PM robodirect
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* Charlie from ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' ia considered to be "nearly indestructable" by his friends. This is justified, as, among other things, Charlie has literally been shot in the head with no repercussions.
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