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The Almighty Johnsons is a 2011 New Zealand UrbanFantasy {{Dramedy}} about a family of four Kiwi brothers and their CloudCuckoolander cousin who all happen to be incarnations of Norse gods. The story revolves around Axl Johnson (Emmett Couling Skilton), a typical university student who has just turned 21 years old--an event which triggers weird signs all over Auckland. Upon turning 21, his brothers tell him that he and his brothers are [[PhysicalGod reincarnated Norse Gods]], although their powers have diminished over the years. It took a lightning bolt to make him realize the truth about his godhood, and he discovers that he is the physical incarnation of the god Odin. After a rival goddess shoots an arrow which nearly pierces his heart, fulfilling the prophecy that proves he is Odin, his older brother Mike (Timothy Balme) tells him about his quest: In order to get all their powers back, Axl (Odin) has to find his soulmate, Frigg, and seal the deal. If he doesn't find her before he dies, his whole family dies with him. However, several goddesses have united to prevent him from finding Frigg, including the one who tried to kill him earlier. The quest involves several [[RedHerring Red Herrings]], including a netballer, a librarian, a homely daughter to a god, and even a goddess. Although the show centers around Axl's quest, it also gives character development to the other brothers, especially Ty and Mike, who refuses to use his god powers because of an incident which left his best friend in a coma. Created by the makers of the long-running hit show ''Outrageous Fortune'', ''The Almighty Johnsons'' is the latest product of star writers like James Griffin and Rachel Lang. Originally intended for one season, the first season's success led to the airing of a second season. Many established Kiwi actors have participated in the show, most notably Keisha Castle-Hughes as Axl's flatmate and ShipTease Gaia, and Timothy Balme (Mike). !!''TheAlmightyJohnsons'' provides examples of: * AGodAmI: Thor seems to have this attitude. * AManIsNotAVirgin: Anders mocks Axl for being a virgin in the second episode as he tries to hook him up with a sexy netballer, even though it's not for lack of effort. (A montage shows him trying to have sex with various girlfriends, but Mike and Valerie interrupt him each time as he's lived in their house.) This invariably leads to SexAsRiteOfPassage when he ends up sleeping with her, but not without consequences. ** Zeb was also a hopeless virgin until Michele used her powers to hook him up with Stacey. * AllMythsAreTrue: [[spoiler: The introduction of the Maori Gods in season two hints that other Gods may still exist as well]]. * AnIcePerson: Ty/Hod. He even works as a refrigerator repairman. * TheAtoner: Mike/Ullr caused his best friend to enter a coma during a barfight years before the show began. * BelligerentSexualTension: Anders/Bragi and Michele/Sj÷fn. * TheBerserker: Derrick/Thor. Olaf describes Thor as being "barking mad." It shows. ** BerserkButton: Do NOT call him Derrick or tell him that he's mad. He doesn't take it very well. * BigBad: Agnetha/Frejya ** Clearly overruled in the late first season/second season by [[spoiler:Colin/Loki]] * BiTheWay: Michele/Sj÷fn. Can be expected from a goddess of love. * TheCasanova: Anders to a T. * ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler: In the first episode, the boys mother was revealed to be the incarnation of Frejya. At the beginning on the last episode, the Big Bad Agnetha is revealed to be Frejya.]] ** Far and away the biggest Chekhov's Gun has to be [[spoiler: Tyr. Mentioned in passing by Thor, who met him in jail. When we find out that Gaia is Tyr's daughter, it's revealed that Tyr and Gaia's mother were drug dealers/makers, hence why he spent time in jail.]] * ChurchMilitant / TheHunter: [[spoiler: Natalie works for an organisation that wants to kill the Gods earthly forms since it goes against their belief of there only being one God]]. * CloudCuckoolander: Axl, Zeb, and Olaf show tendencies of this. * CompellingVoice: Anders/Bragi usually uses it for seduction. * TheDanza: Michelle Langstone, who plays the goddess Michele/Sj÷fn. * DawsonCasting: A slight inversion occurs as well with Olivia Tennet who was 19 when she played 21-year-old Delphine--and who looks younger than her actual age. * DisproportionateRetribution: after the God of Poetry Anders/Bragi sleeps around, ruining the lives of three girls in ways that range from "Not that bad" to "Jerkass", said girls decide to preform a vasectomy operation on him while he's knocked out from tranquilizers. In his bedroom. With a stolen set of surgical instuments from a vetinarian. The one preforming the operation ''isn't even a liscened practinoner!'' She's just a ''receptionist!'' * DeadpanSnarker: Ty is this in spades. * [[DoNotCallMePaul Do Not Call Me Derrick]]: It's Thor, thank you very much! * DoubleEntendre: Just look at the title. C'mon, you were thinking about it, too. * {{Foreshadowing}}: The door to Mikes bar always being unlocked is revealed to [[spoiler: be caused by Kvasir, who lives in the bar and is keeping an eye on the Johnson brothers]]. * FragileFlower: Delphine. She cries after Axl gets annoyed at her for calling him "my lord" and again after Axl mentions that he has a problem with hooking up with someone who is already [[spoiler:six weeks pregnant]]. * GenderBender: Axl, in one episode from season 2. ** When Colin mocks Axl for turning into a woman, Olaf rightly points out that Loki himself has been known to swap genders. * TheHeart: Gaia, to Axl and Zeb. * HeIsNotMyBoyfriend: Gaia had to point this out to her father several times about Axl. * HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Ty, in the last episode of Season 1, who ends up marrying Eva/Hel, thus fulfilling his destiny as a god so that Mike can remain alive.]] * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Each episode is named after a quote from that episode. * IJustWantToBeNormal: Ty, [[spoiler: achieved by the end of season 2]]. * ImmuneToDrugs: Axl. For about the span of one episode... * InsistentTerminology: It's [[MemeticMutation not a coma]]! Referring to "Coma Rob", who is actually in a persistent vegetative state. But they still call him "Coma Rob." * InstantExpert: Mike. Whenever he plays a game, he wins. ** It has to be a game he personally participates in, however. He's as unlucky at betting on horse races as the rest of us. * InterplayOfSexAndViolence: Probably the best way to describe Eva and Ty's marriage. * {{Jerkass}}: Anders, in spades. * LoopholeAbuse: From both sides in season 1, [[spoiler:the marriage contract never states that Eva is the Frigg, but it also does not state which brother has to get married]]. * MythologyGag: Given the premise of the show, there are various references to the Norse Myths, the more obvious being Derrick/Thor owning a goat farm and Helen/I­unn working with apples. * MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Michele, who is a practicing physician at a local hospital, but whose mission is to stop Odin from finding Frigg, even if that means killing him off. * NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Thor, again. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: As befits Norse gods, the brothers tend to screw up. A lot. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: Michele attempts to kill Axl by shooting an arrow to his heart, but the tip ends up lodged next to it, thus helping fulfill a prophecy of him becoming Odin. * NotWearingPants: Happens every so often on this show. In fact, how Axl got his powers as Odin involved not wearing any clothes. It's even lampshaded at one point. * OlderThanTheyLook: Olaf/Baldr. He's the main casts' Grandfather, but you couldn't tell by looking. * OverprotectiveDad: Derrick, both played straight and inverted. He wants Delphine to hook up with Axl (or, rather any god), but he gets rather offended when he tells him about her attraction to Ross, whom he considers "a simpleton." * PhysicalGod: the basic premise. * PromotionToParent: Mike, after the boys' mother runs off into the forest and becomes a tree. He assumes responsibility for raising his fellow brothers, even though Olaf is actually older than all of them. * PlayingWithFire: Loki, Eva/[[spoiler:Hel]]'s father. * QuestForSex: Let's face it, this is what the story boils down to. * RedHerring: Several, given that the story revolves around Axl's quest to find Frigg. * RetGone / RippleEffectProofMemory: Kind of - time travel isn't involved, but after [[spoiler:Ty loses his godhood and becomes mortal]], his existence is erased from mortal memory; only the other gods remember who he is. * SadlyMythtaken: [[HandWave Hand-waved]] by the historians getting it wrong. * SecretKeeper: Because they had to run away from Scandinavia to escape from [[TheSpanishInquisition Christians with torches]] the Norse gods trust no-one with the knowledge they are gods. [[spoiler: Although Zeb finds out eventually]] * {{Seers}}: Olaf and Ingrid. Oracles, to be more exact. * ShipTease: Quite a few. Among them, we have Axl/Gaia, Anders/Michele, Olaf/Ingrid, and Ty/Dawn. * ShoutOut: In the Pilot, Anders says to Ty [[ForrestGump "Run, Forest, Run"]] ** Also in the Pilot, during the scene where Axl first becomes a God: -->''[[HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse Fabulous secret powers were revealed to me the day I held aloft my magic sword....]]'' * [[StockBritishPhrases Stock Kiwi Phrases]]: Phrases like "sweet-as" are peppered into everyday conversation to really hammer down the "typical Kiwi bloke" feel of the show. * StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: Although the gods' powers have diminished over the years, they sometimes come back in major ways. Axl is a perfect example of this trope. * SuperStrength: Axl and Thor, though Axl more so. * TheDanza: Michele/Sj÷fn is played by the actress Michelle Langstone * [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway What Kind of Lame Power Is Poetry, Anyway?]]: Anders often gets ridiculed for his god powers, most notably by Michele and Ty. ** Not that it stops him from building a very successful marketing business, partying away every night and sleeping with any woman he feels like. * WhamEpisode: "Everything Starts with Gaia" in which it's revealed [[spoiler: Gaia is Frigg.]] ** "The House of Jerome" ([=S02E11=]), in which our heroes learn that [[spoiler:the Maori Gods are real too.]] * WhatTheHellHero: Mike typically warns his fellow brothers of the consequences of using their god powers. One night, however, he decides to go out gambling, the perfect time for his powers to slip through the cracks. Of course, this causes some complications. ** Almost crosses into too dumb to live. The guy walks into a casino, sits down at the Blackjack table and proceeds to win every single hand for the duration of the night, turning $800 into $90,000 before they finally throw him out for suspected cheating.
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The Almighty Johnsons is a 2011 New Zealand UrbanFantasy {{Dramedy}} about a family of four Kiwi brothers and their CloudCuckoolander cousin who all happen to be incarnations of Norse gods. The story revolves around Axl Johnson (Emmett Couling Skilton), a typical university student who has just turned 21 years old--an event which triggers weird signs all over Auckland. Upon turning 21, his brothers tell him that he and his brothers are [[PhysicalGod reincarnated Norse Gods]], although their powers have diminished over the years. It took a lightning bolt to make him realize the truth about his godhood, and he discovers that he is the physical incarnation of the god Odin. After a rival goddess shoots an arrow which nearly pierces his heart, fulfilling the prophecy that proves he is Odin, his older brother Mike (Timothy Balme) tells him about his quest: In order to get all their powers back, Axl (Odin) has to find his soulmate, Frigg, and seal the deal. If he doesn't find her before he dies, his whole family dies with him. However, several goddesses have united to prevent him from finding Frigg, including the one who tried to kill him earlier. The quest involves several [[RedHerring Red Herrings]], including a netballer, a librarian, a homely daughter to a god, and even a goddess. Although the show centers around Axl's quest, it also gives character development to the other brothers, especially Ty and Mike, who refuses to use his god powers because of an incident which left his best friend in a coma. Created by the makers of the long-running hit show ''Outrageous Fortune'', ''The Almighty Johnsons'' is the latest product of star writers like James Griffin and Rachel Lang. Originally intended for one season, the first season's success led to the airing of a second season. Many established Kiwi actors have participated in the show, most notably Keisha Castle-Hughes as Axl's flatmate and ShipTease Gaia, and Timothy Balme (Mike). !!''TheAlmightyJohnsons'' provides examples of: * AGodAmI: Thor seems to have this attitude. * AManIsNotAVirgin: Anders mocks Axl for being a virgin in the second episode as he tries to hook him up with a sexy netballer, even though it's not for lack of effort. (A montage shows him trying to have sex with various girlfriends, but Mike and Valerie interrupt him each time as he's lived in their house.) This invariably leads to SexAsRiteOfPassage when he ends up sleeping with her, but not without consequences. ** Zeb was also a hopeless virgin until Michele used her powers to hook him up with Stacey. * AllMythsAreTrue: [[spoiler: The introduction of the Maori Gods in season two hints that other Gods may still exist as well]]. * AnIcePerson: Ty/Hod. He even works as a refrigerator repairman. * TheAtoner: Mike/Ullr caused his best friend to enter a coma during a barfight years before the show began. * BelligerentSexualTension: Anders/Bragi and Michele/Sj÷fn. * TheBerserker: Derrick/Thor. Olaf describes Thor as being "barking mad." It shows. ** BerserkButton: Do NOT call him Derrick or tell him that he's mad. He doesn't take it very well. * BigBad: Agnetha/Frejya ** Clearly overruled in the late first season/second season by [[spoiler:Colin/Loki]] * BiTheWay: Michele/Sj÷fn. Can be expected from a goddess of love. * TheCasanova: Anders to a T. * ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler: In the first episode, the boys mother was revealed to be the incarnation of Frejya. At the beginning on the last episode, the Big Bad Agnetha is revealed to be Frejya.]] ** Far and away the biggest Chekhov's Gun has to be [[spoiler: Tyr. Mentioned in passing by Thor, who met him in jail. When we find out that Gaia is Tyr's daughter, it's revealed that Tyr and Gaia's mother were drug dealers/makers, hence why he spent time in jail.]] * ChurchMilitant / TheHunter: [[spoiler: Natalie works for an organisation that wants to kill the Gods earthly forms since it goes against their belief of there only being one God]]. * CloudCuckoolander: Axl, Zeb, and Olaf show tendencies of this. * CompellingVoice: Anders/Bragi usually uses it for seduction. * TheDanza: Michelle Langstone, who plays the goddess Michele/Sj÷fn. * DawsonCasting: A slight inversion occurs as well with Olivia Tennet who was 19 when she played 21-year-old Delphine--and who looks younger than her actual age. * DisproportionateRetribution: after the God of Poetry Anders/Bragi sleeps around, ruining the lives of three girls in ways that range from "Not that bad" to "Jerkass", said girls decide to preform a vasectomy operation on him while he's knocked out from tranquilizers. In his bedroom. With a stolen set of surgical instuments from a vetinarian. The one preforming the operation ''isn't even a liscened practinoner!'' She's just a ''receptionist!'' * DeadpanSnarker: Ty is this in spades. * [[DoNotCallMePaul Do Not Call Me Derrick]]: It's Thor, thank you very much! * DoubleEntendre: Just look at the title. C'mon, you were thinking about it, too. * {{Foreshadowing}}: The door to Mikes bar always being unlocked is revealed to [[spoiler: be caused by Kvasir, who lives in the bar and is keeping an eye on the Johnson brothers]]. * FragileFlower: Delphine. She cries after Axl gets annoyed at her for calling him "my lord" and again after Axl mentions that he has a problem with hooking up with someone who is already [[spoiler:six weeks pregnant]]. * GenderBender: Axl, in one episode from season 2. ** When Colin mocks Axl for turning into a woman, Olaf rightly points out that Loki himself has been known to swap genders. * TheHeart: Gaia, to Axl and Zeb. * HeIsNotMyBoyfriend: Gaia had to point this out to her father several times about Axl. * HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Ty, in the last episode of Season 1, who ends up marrying Eva/Hel, thus fulfilling his destiny as a god so that Mike can remain alive.]] * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Each episode is named after a quote from that episode. * IJustWantToBeNormal: Ty, [[spoiler: achieved by the end of season 2]]. * ImmuneToDrugs: Axl. For about the span of one episode... * InsistentTerminology: It's [[MemeticMutation not a coma]]! Referring to "Coma Rob", who is actually in a persistent vegetative state. But they still call him "Coma Rob." * InstantExpert: Mike. Whenever he plays a game, he wins. ** It has to be a game he personally participates in, however. He's as unlucky at betting on horse races as the rest of us. * InterplayOfSexAndViolence: Probably the best way to describe Eva and Ty's marriage. * {{Jerkass}}: Anders, in spades. * LoopholeAbuse: From both sides in season 1, [[spoiler:the marriage contract never states that Eva is the Frigg, but it also does not state which brother has to get married]]. * MythologyGag: Given the premise of the show, there are various references to the Norse Myths, the more obvious being Derrick/Thor owning a goat farm and Helen/I­unn working with apples. * MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate: Michele, who is a practicing physician at a local hospital, but whose mission is to stop Odin from finding Frigg, even if that means killing him off. * NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Thor, again. * NiceJobBreakingItHero: As befits Norse gods, the brothers tend to screw up. A lot. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: Michele attempts to kill Axl by shooting an arrow to his heart, but the tip ends up lodged next to it, thus helping fulfill a prophecy of him becoming Odin. * NotWearingPants: Happens every so often on this show. In fact, how Axl got his powers as Odin involved not wearing any clothes. It's even lampshaded at one point. * OlderThanTheyLook: Olaf/Baldr. He's the main casts' Grandfather, but you couldn't tell by looking. * OverprotectiveDad: Derrick, both played straight and inverted. He wants Delphine to hook up with Axl (or, rather any god), but he gets rather offended when he tells him about her attraction to Ross, whom he considers "a simpleton." * PhysicalGod: the basic premise. * PromotionToParent: Mike, after the boys' mother runs off into the forest and becomes a tree. He assumes responsibility for raising his fellow brothers, even though Olaf is actually older than all of them. * PlayingWithFire: Loki, Eva/[[spoiler:Hel]]'s father. * QuestForSex: Let's face it, this is what the story boils down to. * RedHerring: Several, given that the story revolves around Axl's quest to find Frigg. * RetGone / RippleEffectProofMemory: Kind of - time travel isn't involved, but after [[spoiler:Ty loses his godhood and becomes mortal]], his existence is erased from mortal memory; only the other gods remember who he is. * SadlyMythtaken: [[HandWave Hand-waved]] by the historians getting it wrong. * SecretKeeper: Because they had to run away from Scandinavia to escape from [[TheSpanishInquisition Christians with torches]] the Norse gods trust no-one with the knowledge they are gods. [[spoiler: Although Zeb finds out eventually]] * {{Seers}}: Olaf and Ingrid. Oracles, to be more exact. * ShipTease: Quite a few. Among them, we have Axl/Gaia, Anders/Michele, Olaf/Ingrid, and Ty/Dawn. * ShoutOut: In the Pilot, Anders says to Ty [[ForrestGump "Run, Forest, Run"]] ** Also in the Pilot, during the scene where Axl first becomes a God: -->''[[HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse Fabulous secret powers were revealed to me the day I held aloft my magic sword....]]'' * [[StockBritishPhrases Stock Kiwi Phrases]]: Phrases like "sweet-as" are peppered into everyday conversation to really hammer down the "typical Kiwi bloke" feel of the show. * StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: Although the gods' powers have diminished over the years, they sometimes come back in major ways. Axl is a perfect example of this trope. * SuperStrength: Axl and Thor, though Axl more so. * TheDanza: Michele/Sj÷fn is played by the actress Michelle Langstone * [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway What Kind of Lame Power Is Poetry, Anyway?]]: Anders often gets ridiculed for his god powers, most notably by Michele and Ty. ** Not that it stops him from building a very successful marketing business, partying away every night and sleeping with any woman he feels like. * WhamEpisode: "Everything Starts with Gaia" in which it's revealed [[spoiler: Gaia is Frigg.]] ** "The House of Jerome" ([=S02E11=]), in which our heroes learn that [[spoiler:the Maori Gods are real too.]] * WhatTheHellHero: Mike typically warns his fellow brothers of the consequences of using their god powers. One night, however, he decides to go out gambling, the perfect time for his powers to slip through the cracks. Of course, this causes some complications. ** Almost crosses into too dumb to live. The guy walks into a casino, sits down at the Blackjack table and proceeds to win every single hand for the duration of the night, turning $800 into $90,000 before they finally throw him out for suspected cheating.[[redirect:Series/TheAlmightyJohnsons]]
21st Mar '13 2:10:49 PM wildste
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Bragi is the God of Poetry, not Love. And I'm removing the second bit since its stated in the pilot that Anders cannot force anyone to do anything against their will. He can only encourage something people really want to do deep down
* DisproportionateRetribution: after the God of Love Anders/Bragi sleeps around, ruining the lives of three girls in ways that range from "Not that bad" to "Jerkass", said girls decide to preform a vasectomy operation on him while he's knocked out from tranquilizers. In his bedroom. With a stolen set of surgical instuments from a vetinarian. The one preforming the operation ''isn't even a liscened practinoner!'' She's just a ''receptionist!'' ** Not that disproportionate really, considering that he mind controlled and effectively raped a woman at her Hen's night, and has done the same to dozens if not hundreds of other woman. That said the girls were planning on neutering him (literally like a dog, not a vasectomy) while he was paralysed but fully aware...
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* DisproportionateRetribution: after the God of Love Poetry Anders/Bragi sleeps around, ruining the lives of three girls in ways that range from "Not that bad" to "Jerkass", said girls decide to preform a vasectomy operation on him while he's knocked out from tranquilizers. In his bedroom. With a stolen set of surgical instuments from a vetinarian. The one preforming the operation ''isn't even a liscened practinoner!'' She's just a ''receptionist!'' ** Not that disproportionate really, considering that he mind controlled and effectively raped a woman at her Hen's night, and has done the same to dozens if not hundreds of other woman. That said the girls were planning on neutering him (literally like a dog, not a vasectomy) while he was paralysed but fully aware...''receptionist!''
21st Mar '13 2:07:03 PM wildste
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For Secret Keeper, considering that Mike hasn't even told his wife of many years, I would say they trust no one. And I know the He-Man bit might be stretching the shout out, but I think it had to be said.
* SecretKeeper: Because they had to run away from Scandinavia to escape from [[TheSpanishInquisition Christians with torches]] the Norse gods trust few people with the knowledge they are gods. [[spoiler: Although Zeb finds out eventually]]
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* SecretKeeper: Because they had to run away from Scandinavia to escape from [[TheSpanishInquisition Christians with torches]] the Norse gods trust few people no-one with the knowledge they are gods. [[spoiler: Although Zeb finds out eventually]]

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* SecretKeeper: Because they had to run away from Scandinavia to escape from [[TheSpanishInquisition Christians with torches]] ShoutOut: In the Norse gods trust few people with Pilot, Anders says to Ty [[ForrestGump "Run, Forest, Run"]] ** Also in the knowledge they are gods. [[spoiler: Although Zeb finds out eventually]]Pilot, during the scene where Axl first becomes a God: -->''[[HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse Fabulous secret powers were revealed to me the day I held aloft my magic sword....]]''
14th Mar '13 3:56:57 PM FaceofEvil
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** When Colin mocks Axl for turning into a woman, Olaf rightly points out that Loki himself has been known to swap genders.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Anders, in spades.
19th Feb '13 11:37:39 AM FaceofEvil
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** Zeb was also a hopeless virgin until Michele used her powers to get him laid.
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** Zeb was also a hopeless virgin until Michele used her powers to get hook him laid.up with Stacey.
19th Feb '13 11:35:41 AM FaceofEvil
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** Zeb was also a hopeless virgin until Michele used her powers to get him laid.
15th Jan '13 9:51:36 AM FaceofEvil
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* QuestForSex: Let's face it, this is what the story boils down to.
15th Jan '13 9:37:26 AM FaceofEvil
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** It has to be a game he personally partakes in, however. He's as unlucky at betting on horse races as the rest of us.
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** It has to be a game he personally partakes participates in, however. He's as unlucky at betting on horse races as the rest of us.
15th Jan '13 9:37:00 AM FaceofEvil
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** It has to be a game he personally partakes in, however. He's as unlucky at betting on horse races as the rest of us. * InterplayOfSexAndViolence: Probably the best way to describe Eva and Ty's marriage.
1st Jan '13 11:31:05 AM wildste
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"The House of Jerome" ([=S02E11=]), in which our heroes learn that [[spoiler:the Maori Gods are real too.]]
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** "The House of Jerome" ([=S02E11=]), in which our heroes learn that [[spoiler:the Maori Gods are real too.]]
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