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Republic of Doyle is a Canadian PrivateDetective BuddyCopShow airing on the Creator/{{CBC}}. It follows the lives and cases of the Doyle & Doyle private detective agency in St. John's, Newfoundland, headed by Jake Doyle, his father Malachy, and Malachy's girlfriend Rose. Also along for the ride are Jake's niece Tinny, his estranged wife Nikki [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome (for the first season, at least)]], Sergeant Leslie Bennet of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, and a graffiti artist named Des. Throughout the series Jake helps solve cases, gets on everyone's nerves, and sleeps with a lot of women. Although he manages to get the job done with the help of his family (alongside Des) and occasionally with the help of the [=RNC=], depending on things. As of 2013, the [=DVDs=] of the shows are released with 3 seasons out. A 4th season is now being aired throughout Canada and at other countries where the show is aired. ---- !!This Show Provides Examples of: * {{Adorkable}}: Des. * AerisAndBob: Seems to switch each generation. Malachy, his son Jake, and his granddaughter Tinny. * AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: In 4th season's 1st episode, it's revealed that Des survived after being shot in the stomach from the 3rd season finale. So it's averted]]. * AscendedExtra: Christian was only in the first season to get the plot of the season finale rolling. In season 2, he's seen more often because he runs the pub beneath the Doyle & Doyle offices. He also helps out the team more often. ** Seems to have been {{put on a bus}} by the season three opener, though. *** Nope, he's back. * BadassFamily: The Doyles, and Des by extension. * BettyAndVeronica: Chandra (Betty) and Tinny (Veronica) for Des. ** Leslie (Betty) and Nikki (Veronica) for Jake. ** Martin (Veronica) and Malachy (Betty) for Rose. * BilingualBackfire: Season three episode "Mirror, Mirror" has a variant: several scenes establish that Jake Doyle doesn't speak French. At the end of the episode, love interest Sgt Leslie Bennett claims that a francophone police officer isn't her type, then switches to French to say [[spoiler:that Jake is her man]]. Jake asks her what she said, and adds "You know I don't speak French." Bennett refuses to translate and leaves. After Bennett is gone, [[spoiler:Jake says, in French, that she is the one for him]]. * BittersweetEnding: Season three, episode one. Hey, Doyle, you caught the {{dirty cop}} and solved the murder! Good on ya, b'y! Oh, but Leslie told you to stay away from her forever, and that any feelings she might have had for you were gone. Ouch. ** Season three's ending has a ''nasty'' one: [[spoiler:Malachy and Rose have been cleared, but Jake's GTO has been blown up... Oh, and Des has been shot and is bleeding out on the tarmac]]. * BunnyEarsLawyer: Season 4 saw Jimmy, an RCMP detective whose penchant for suffering injuries (aka: broken bones), revealed to be a surprisingly competent investigator with a little nudging. One episode revealed that he has stayed on the trail of a notorious art thief and has foiled many of her heists. Almost got the drop on her during the episode but the accidental intervention of Doyle ruined it. * CanadianAccents: Most characters speak with ''thick'' Newfoundland accents. --> '''Jake''': There's me, Christian, and Kathleen. It's gonna be hard to divide 50 bucks between tree people. --> '''Malachy''': How many times've I got to tell you; trees go in the garden. One, two, ''three''. * CarChase: Every few episodes Jake is involved in a car chase on the streets of St. John's * TheCasanova: Jake Doyle, until... * CelibateHero: At the beginning of the second season, Jake takes a women sabbatical, deciding they're too much trouble. It lasts about as long as you would expect. * TheChewToy: Poor Jimmy... * ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Nikki appears in the first episode of season 2 and then vanishes without explanation. Perhaps justified, since she and Jake were no longer romantically interested in each other by that time. ** {{The bus came back}} as of season three - she's still working at the hospital. Only reason she stayed put was she got a new fiancee/husband and the hospital offered her a sweet deal for her to stay put in the province. * CloudCuckooLander: '''Des''', bless his little heart. Also a bit of an {{extreme door mat}}/[[TheChewtoy chewtoy]]/[[ButtMonkey buttmonkey]]. * CorruptPolitician: [[spoiler: The mayor]] * CowboyCop: When Jake is blackmailed into becoming a police officer, he takes this trope UpToEleven. He still wants to catch bad guys but has no regard for police procedure whatsoever. A TV reporter even refers to this on the air as "Jake Doyle terrorizing the citizens of St. John's". * DeadpanSnarker: Several people, Jake and Malachy being the most prominent examples. * DirtyCop: [[spoiler: Jake's old partner. And in season three, Jake's boss' boss.]] * FairCop: Leslie. * FiveManBand: ** TheHero: Jake Doyle. ** TheLancer: Malachy and Leslie. ** TheSmartGuy: Rose and Tinny. And Des, when he isn't being TheChick. ** TheBigGuy: Jake and Malachy, again. Tinny could count as of season 4, since she's become a cop. ** TheChick: Des. * {{Foreshadowing}}: There are several quips near the latter half of season 4 about the Doyles having made a lot of enemies over the years after putting away so many powerful criminals. Come the season finale, where [[spoiler: there's a prison break and many people realize that Jake and his family are going to be the targets of most of them - namely Taylor Gauthier, Kevin Crocker, and Maurice Becker]]. * FreudianExcuse: Katherine Doyle (Tinny's mother) has appeared, and what with her sleeping around, reputation for being an airhead and generally not a good role model, it's no wonder Tinny is the way she is. * FriendOnTheForce: Leslie to Jake (and Malachy) from the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary. ** Not so much as of season three after Jake's [[NiceJobBreakingItHero idiot moment]] in season two. ** Tinny can be heading here as of Season 4, she's a cadet with the [=RNC=]. * TheFunInFuneral: Jake catches the urn containing the ashes of a client's dead husband... and holds it upside down. ** Averted in Season 4's "From Dublin with Love", Gerald Bryne missed his sister's funeral was because gangsters had beaten him so hard that he needed to go to the hospital. * GenericGraffiti: In the earlier episodes, Des is usually seen tagging areas all over St. John's. * HeroesWantRedheads: Rose and Malachy. * HoistByHisOwnPetard: How the Doyle team deal with a bad situation. * {{Homage}}: Interviews with the [=ROD=] cast/crew reveal that the show was made partially as a homage to detective shows written and shown on [=TV=] during the 1970s with car and foot chases being the norm alongside detective work. * HostageForMacguffin * IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow --> '''Malachy''': Sorry, Rose needed my help to plow. --> '''Jake''': Oh, is that code now? * [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes/LiveActionTV Keep Circulating The Tapes]]: The pilot episode "Hidden Agenda", which was not included in the [=DVDs=] released in North America and Australia/New Zealand/Oceania as [=CBC=] reshot the pilot with a different plot and a different actor who played as Malachy. * LaserGuidedAmnesia: A client loses all of her memories, but can recall names from her past [[spoiler: that she used as a con artist]]. * LukeYouAreMyFather: Tinny, to [[spoiler: Kevin Crocker.]] * MarriedToTheJob: Tinny's mother had to travel for work, and Tinny was sent to live with Rose and Malachy. * MuggedForDisguise: A female art thief does this to Officer Hayward in one episode, leaving her BoundAndGagged in her undies. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: Jake uses Leslie's police code to [[spoiler: aid in breaking out a convicted felon who had kidnapped Des and Tinny. She gets fired as a result, and now seemingly despises Jake.]] * NoodleIncident: We're never explicitly told why Tinny is living with her grandparents in the first season. In the second she reveals that her mom ditched her to travel for work. * PapaWolf: Subverted. Malachy could usually care less about Jake. ** He loves him, he just... doesn't like him very much. * PutOnABus: This happened to Malachy, Rose, and Tinny by the second season finale, and now to Christian as of season three. ** TheBusCameBack: Rose and Malachy return in the season 3 premiere, and Tinny's actress is still credited in the opening. ** [[spoiler: Tinny's back too - and apparently never left for London.]] ** Nikki's put in an appearance despite being bussed as of the end of season one. * PuttingTheBandBackTogether: In the third season premiere, Tinny is in London, Rose and Malachy are retired, Des is in college, and Leslie is [[spoiler: unemployed, and then a traffic cop.]] ** It would seem that Tinny [[spoiler:went to London, went to enroll in the high school, couldn't do it and snuck back home]]. * RevealingCoverup: One episode begins with Des being arrested ([[NoodleImplements while wearing a snorkel]]) after robbing a convenience store and a male strip club while drunk, and leading every police officer in St. John's across the city to distract them from the ''real'' target that evening, a priceless statue. * RunningGag: ** Jake gets beat up and hit in the head while Malachy stands by and does nothing to help. It happens almost OnceAnEpisode. *** Malachy's been on the receiving end of this as well (when Gerhardt smashed a vase on his back, for example), but Jake's usually the one being flattened. It's almost like Malachy wants him to develop some mettle. Or perhaps it's just for the lulz. ** Jimmy's leg getting broken (and then walloped over and over with various blunt objects while it's in a cast) in the season three opener. * SecondLove: Rose, after her husband went to jail, hit it off with Malachy. Malachy is a widower himself. * SoftGlass: Jake smashes a glass against the head of a thug. It shatters and knocks the guy out but neither Jake or the thug seem to have been cut by the glass shards. ** Same thing happens in the third season, with the same results. * StatusQuoIsGod: While Rose and Malachy's retirement, Leslie's [[spoiler: unemployment]] and Jake's [[spoiler: return to the police force]] last nearly a year in-universe, they are all over by the end of the third season premiere. * TagalongKid: Des. * TheyFightCrime: Jake and Malachy, also Jake and Leslie. * TookALevelInJerkass: Arguably, Tinny and Leslie as of season three. * UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Des and Tinny. There was a {{big damn kiss}} in the season two finale, but then Tinny left to go to England [[spoiler: except she actually didn't, but Des didn't know that]] and Des began dating Chandra. Things became complicated and remained that way even after Chandra left the picture, until it was seemingly resolved with another big damn kiss near the end of season 4. [[spoiler: Except now Tinny is seeing Constable Greyson.]] * VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Rose. * WhamEpisode: Season three's finale - Jake wins the fight with [[spoiler:Sonia]], disarms [[spoiler:her]], then hears a gasp of pain behind him. He turns, and [[spoiler:Des has been shot in the stomach and is bleeding heavily]]. * WrongGuyFirst: Rose's first husband was a drug dealer. ----
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Republic of Doyle is a Canadian PrivateDetective BuddyCopShow airing on the Creator/{{CBC}}. It follows the lives and cases of the Doyle & Doyle private detective agency in St. John's, Newfoundland, headed by Jake Doyle, his father Malachy, and Malachy's girlfriend Rose. Also along for the ride are Jake's niece Tinny, his estranged wife Nikki [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome (for the first season, at least)]], Sergeant Leslie Bennet of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, and a graffiti artist named Des. Throughout the series Jake helps solve cases, gets on everyone's nerves, and sleeps with a lot of women. Although he manages to get the job done with the help of his family (alongside Des) and occasionally with the help of the [=RNC=], depending on things. As of 2013, the [=DVDs=] of the shows are released with 3 seasons out. A 4th season is now being aired throughout Canada and at other countries where the show is aired. ---- !!This Show Provides Examples of: * {{Adorkable}}: Des. * AerisAndBob: Seems to switch each generation. Malachy, his son Jake, and his granddaughter Tinny. * AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: In 4th season's 1st episode, it's revealed that Des survived after being shot in the stomach from the 3rd season finale. So it's averted]]. * AscendedExtra: Christian was only in the first season to get the plot of the season finale rolling. In season 2, he's seen more often because he runs the pub beneath the Doyle & Doyle offices. He also helps out the team more often. ** Seems to have been {{put on a bus}} by the season three opener, though. *** Nope, he's back. * BadassFamily: The Doyles, and Des by extension. * BettyAndVeronica: Chandra (Betty) and Tinny (Veronica) for Des. ** Leslie (Betty) and Nikki (Veronica) for Jake. ** Martin (Veronica) and Malachy (Betty) for Rose. * BilingualBackfire: Season three episode "Mirror, Mirror" has a variant: several scenes establish that Jake Doyle doesn't speak French. At the end of the episode, love interest Sgt Leslie Bennett claims that a francophone police officer isn't her type, then switches to French to say [[spoiler:that Jake is her man]]. Jake asks her what she said, and adds "You know I don't speak French." Bennett refuses to translate and leaves. After Bennett is gone, [[spoiler:Jake says, in French, that she is the one for him]]. * BittersweetEnding: Season three, episode one. Hey, Doyle, you caught the {{dirty cop}} and solved the murder! Good on ya, b'y! Oh, but Leslie told you to stay away from her forever, and that any feelings she might have had for you were gone. Ouch. ** Season three's ending has a ''nasty'' one: [[spoiler:Malachy and Rose have been cleared, but Jake's GTO has been blown up... Oh, and Des has been shot and is bleeding out on the tarmac]]. * BunnyEarsLawyer: Season 4 saw Jimmy, an RCMP detective whose penchant for suffering injuries (aka: broken bones), revealed to be a surprisingly competent investigator with a little nudging. One episode revealed that he has stayed on the trail of a notorious art thief and has foiled many of her heists. Almost got the drop on her during the episode but the accidental intervention of Doyle ruined it. * CanadianAccents: Most characters speak with ''thick'' Newfoundland accents. --> '''Jake''': There's me, Christian, and Kathleen. It's gonna be hard to divide 50 bucks between tree people. --> '''Malachy''': How many times've I got to tell you; trees go in the garden. One, two, ''three''. * CarChase: Every few episodes Jake is involved in a car chase on the streets of St. John's * TheCasanova: Jake Doyle, until... * CelibateHero: At the beginning of the second season, Jake takes a women sabbatical, deciding they're too much trouble. It lasts about as long as you would expect. * TheChewToy: Poor Jimmy... * ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Nikki appears in the first episode of season 2 and then vanishes without explanation. Perhaps justified, since she and Jake were no longer romantically interested in each other by that time. ** {{The bus came back}} as of season three - she's still working at the hospital. Only reason she stayed put was she got a new fiancee/husband and the hospital offered her a sweet deal for her to stay put in the province. * CloudCuckooLander: '''Des''', bless his little heart. Also a bit of an {{extreme door mat}}/[[TheChewtoy chewtoy]]/[[ButtMonkey buttmonkey]]. * CorruptPolitician: [[spoiler: The mayor]] * CowboyCop: When Jake is blackmailed into becoming a police officer, he takes this trope UpToEleven. He still wants to catch bad guys but has no regard for police procedure whatsoever. A TV reporter even refers to this on the air as "Jake Doyle terrorizing the citizens of St. John's". * DeadpanSnarker: Several people, Jake and Malachy being the most prominent examples. * DirtyCop: [[spoiler: Jake's old partner. And in season three, Jake's boss' boss.]] * FairCop: Leslie. * FiveManBand: ** TheHero: Jake Doyle. ** TheLancer: Malachy and Leslie. ** TheSmartGuy: Rose and Tinny. And Des, when he isn't being TheChick. ** TheBigGuy: Jake and Malachy, again. Tinny could count as of season 4, since she's become a cop. ** TheChick: Des. * {{Foreshadowing}}: There are several quips near the latter half of season 4 about the Doyles having made a lot of enemies over the years after putting away so many powerful criminals. Come the season finale, where [[spoiler: there's a prison break and many people realize that Jake and his family are going to be the targets of most of them - namely Taylor Gauthier, Kevin Crocker, and Maurice Becker]]. * FreudianExcuse: Katherine Doyle (Tinny's mother) has appeared, and what with her sleeping around, reputation for being an airhead and generally not a good role model, it's no wonder Tinny is the way she is. * FriendOnTheForce: Leslie to Jake (and Malachy) from the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary. ** Not so much as of season three after Jake's [[NiceJobBreakingItHero idiot moment]] in season two. ** Tinny can be heading here as of Season 4, she's a cadet with the [=RNC=]. * TheFunInFuneral: Jake catches the urn containing the ashes of a client's dead husband... and holds it upside down. ** Averted in Season 4's "From Dublin with Love", Gerald Bryne missed his sister's funeral was because gangsters had beaten him so hard that he needed to go to the hospital. * GenericGraffiti: In the earlier episodes, Des is usually seen tagging areas all over St. John's. * HeroesWantRedheads: Rose and Malachy. * HoistByHisOwnPetard: How the Doyle team deal with a bad situation. * {{Homage}}: Interviews with the [=ROD=] cast/crew reveal that the show was made partially as a homage to detective shows written and shown on [=TV=] during the 1970s with car and foot chases being the norm alongside detective work. * HostageForMacguffin * IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow --> '''Malachy''': Sorry, Rose needed my help to plow. --> '''Jake''': Oh, is that code now? * [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes/LiveActionTV Keep Circulating The Tapes]]: The pilot episode "Hidden Agenda", which was not included in the [=DVDs=] released in North America and Australia/New Zealand/Oceania as [=CBC=] reshot the pilot with a different plot and a different actor who played as Malachy. * LaserGuidedAmnesia: A client loses all of her memories, but can recall names from her past [[spoiler: that she used as a con artist]]. * LukeYouAreMyFather: Tinny, to [[spoiler: Kevin Crocker.]] * MarriedToTheJob: Tinny's mother had to travel for work, and Tinny was sent to live with Rose and Malachy. * MuggedForDisguise: A female art thief does this to Officer Hayward in one episode, leaving her BoundAndGagged in her undies. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: Jake uses Leslie's police code to [[spoiler: aid in breaking out a convicted felon who had kidnapped Des and Tinny. She gets fired as a result, and now seemingly despises Jake.]] * NoodleIncident: We're never explicitly told why Tinny is living with her grandparents in the first season. In the second she reveals that her mom ditched her to travel for work. * PapaWolf: Subverted. Malachy could usually care less about Jake. ** He loves him, he just... doesn't like him very much. * PutOnABus: This happened to Malachy, Rose, and Tinny by the second season finale, and now to Christian as of season three. ** TheBusCameBack: Rose and Malachy return in the season 3 premiere, and Tinny's actress is still credited in the opening. ** [[spoiler: Tinny's back too - and apparently never left for London.]] ** Nikki's put in an appearance despite being bussed as of the end of season one. * PuttingTheBandBackTogether: In the third season premiere, Tinny is in London, Rose and Malachy are retired, Des is in college, and Leslie is [[spoiler: unemployed, and then a traffic cop.]] ** It would seem that Tinny [[spoiler:went to London, went to enroll in the high school, couldn't do it and snuck back home]]. * RevealingCoverup: One episode begins with Des being arrested ([[NoodleImplements while wearing a snorkel]]) after robbing a convenience store and a male strip club while drunk, and leading every police officer in St. John's across the city to distract them from the ''real'' target that evening, a priceless statue. * RunningGag: ** Jake gets beat up and hit in the head while Malachy stands by and does nothing to help. It happens almost OnceAnEpisode. *** Malachy's been on the receiving end of this as well (when Gerhardt smashed a vase on his back, for example), but Jake's usually the one being flattened. It's almost like Malachy wants him to develop some mettle. Or perhaps it's just for the lulz. ** Jimmy's leg getting broken (and then walloped over and over with various blunt objects while it's in a cast) in the season three opener. * SecondLove: Rose, after her husband went to jail, hit it off with Malachy. Malachy is a widower himself. * SoftGlass: Jake smashes a glass against the head of a thug. It shatters and knocks the guy out but neither Jake or the thug seem to have been cut by the glass shards. ** Same thing happens in the third season, with the same results. * StatusQuoIsGod: While Rose and Malachy's retirement, Leslie's [[spoiler: unemployment]] and Jake's [[spoiler: return to the police force]] last nearly a year in-universe, they are all over by the end of the third season premiere. * TagalongKid: Des. * TheyFightCrime: Jake and Malachy, also Jake and Leslie. * TookALevelInJerkass: Arguably, Tinny and Leslie as of season three. * UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Des and Tinny. There was a {{big damn kiss}} in the season two finale, but then Tinny left to go to England [[spoiler: except she actually didn't, but Des didn't know that]] and Des began dating Chandra. Things became complicated and remained that way even after Chandra left the picture, until it was seemingly resolved with another big damn kiss near the end of season 4. [[spoiler: Except now Tinny is seeing Constable Greyson.]] * VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Rose. * WhamEpisode: Season three's finale - Jake wins the fight with [[spoiler:Sonia]], disarms [[spoiler:her]], then hears a gasp of pain behind him. He turns, and [[spoiler:Des has been shot in the stomach and is bleeding heavily]]. * WrongGuyFirst: Rose's first husband was a drug dealer. ----[[redirect:Series/RepublicOfDoyle]]
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* Adorkable: Des.
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* WrongGuyFirst: Rose's first husband was a drug dealer.
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* Adorkable: Des.
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* Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Season 4 saw Jimmy, an RCMP detective whose penchant for suffering injuries (aka: broken bones), revealed to be a surprisingly competent investigator with a little nudging. One episode revealed that he has stayed on the trail of a notorious art thief and has foiled many of her heists. Almost got the drop on her during the episode but the accidental intervention of Doyle ruined it.
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* Bunny-Ears Lawyer: BunnyEarsLawyer: Season 4 saw Jimmy, an RCMP detective whose penchant for suffering injuries (aka: broken bones), revealed to be a surprisingly competent investigator with a little nudging. One episode revealed that he has stayed on the trail of a notorious art thief and has foiled many of her heists. Almost got the drop on her during the episode but the accidental intervention of Doyle ruined it.

** TheLancer: Malachy or Leslie. ** TheSmartGuy: Rose and Tinny. ** TheBigGuy: Jake and Malachy, again. ** TheChick: Nikki and Des.
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** TheLancer: Malachy or and Leslie. ** TheSmartGuy: Rose and Tinny. Tinny. And Des, when he isn't being TheChick. ** TheBigGuy: Jake and Malachy, again. again. Tinny could count as of season 4, since she's become a cop. ** TheChick: Nikki Des. * {{Foreshadowing}}: There are several quips near the latter half of season 4 about the Doyles having made a lot of enemies over the years after putting away so many powerful criminals. Come the season finale, where [[spoiler: there's a prison break and Des.many people realize that Jake and his family are going to be the targets of most of them - namely Taylor Gauthier, Kevin Crocker, and Maurice Becker]].

*** Tinny can be heading here as of Season 4, she's a cadet with the [=RNC=].
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*** ** Tinny can be heading here as of Season 4, she's a cadet with the [=RNC=].

*** Tinny can be heading here as of Season 4, she's a cadet with the [=RNC=].* LukeYouAreMyFather: Tinny, to [[spoiler: Kevin Crocker.]]

* UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Des and Tinny. ** Seemingly resolved with a {{big damn kiss}} in the season two finale. *** Not so much, as they're back to being UST-y, and now, with the introduction of Chandra, things are more complicated. *** Chandra's out of the picture, but it hasn't done anything to resolve the UST.
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* UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Des and Tinny. ** Seemingly resolved with Tinny. There was a {{big damn kiss}} in the season two finale. *** Not so much, as they're back finale, but then Tinny left to being UST-y, go to England [[spoiler: except she actually didn't, but Des didn't know that]] and now, with the introduction of Chandra, things are more complicated. *** Chandra's out of Des began dating Chandra. Things became complicated and remained that way even after Chandra left the picture, but until it hasn't done anything to resolve was seemingly resolved with another big damn kiss near the UST.end of season 4. [[spoiler: Except now Tinny is seeing Constable Greyson.]]
19th Mar '13 11:35:41 PM Austin
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* TookALevelInJerkass: Arguably, Tinny and Leslie as of season three.
27th Feb '13 8:17:03 AM survivor6861
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*Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Season 4 saw Jimmy, an RCMP detective whose penchant for suffering injuries (aka: broken bones), revealed to be a surprisingly competent investigator with a little nudging. One episode revealed that he has stayed on the trail of a notorious art thief and has foiled many of her heists. Almost got the drop on her during the episode but the accidental intervention of Doyle ruined it.
18th Feb '13 11:40:20 AM comicwriter
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* MuggedForDisguise: Af female art thief does this to Officer Hayward in one episode, leaving her BoundAndGagged in her undies.
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* MuggedForDisguise: Af A female art thief does this to Officer Hayward in one episode, leaving her BoundAndGagged in her undies.
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* MuggedForDisguise: Af female art thief does this to Officer Hayward in one episode, leaving her BoundAndGagged in her undies.
13th Feb '13 9:33:12 PM Ominae
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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: How the Doyle team deal with a bad situation.
12th Feb '13 3:48:53 PM Ominae
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*** Malachy's been on the recieving end of this as well (when Gerhardt smashed a vase on his back, for example), but Jake's usually the one being flattened. It's almost like Malachy wants him to develop some mettle. Or perhaps it's just for the lulz.
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*** Malachy's been on the recieving receiving end of this as well (when Gerhardt smashed a vase on his back, for example), but Jake's usually the one being flattened. It's almost like Malachy wants him to develop some mettle. Or perhaps it's just for the lulz.
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