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12th Mar '17 8:42:29 PM infernape612
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* This happens in ''Film/JohnWick''. Unusually, it's the BigBad telling his moronic son just whose wrath he has brought down upon them.
-->'''Viggo''': It is not ''what'' you did, son, that angers me so. It's who you did it to.\\
'''Iosef''': Who? The fucking nobody?\\
'''Viggo''': That fucking nobody... is John Wick.
1st Feb '17 9:24:15 PM TheOneHypnotic
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-->'''Jasper''': [[SmugSuper I've seen what you're made of.]]\\
'''Garnet''': Heh. [[PreAsskickingOneLiner No, you haven't.]]

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-->'''Jasper''': [[SmugSuper I've seen what you're made of.you really are.]]\\
'''Garnet''': Heh. *chuckles* [[PreAsskickingOneLiner No, you haven't.]]
1st Jan '17 10:11:10 PM JoieDeCombat
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* Downplayed in ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' "And the Broken Staff" when Jenkins, confronted by the season's BigBad, comments, "I usually resist playing this card... well, at least in supernatural circles... do you know who I am?" As revealed in the previous season finale, Jenkins is actually [[spoiler:Sir Galahad of the Round Table, and immortal]].

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* Downplayed Jenkins in ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' "And the Broken Staff" Staff," when Jenkins, confronted by the season's BigBad, comments, "I usually resist playing this card... well, at least in supernatural circles... do you know who I am?" As revealed in the previous season finale, Jenkins is actually [[spoiler:Sir Galahad of the Round Table, and immortal]].
1st Jan '17 9:47:10 PM JoieDeCombat
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* Downplayed in ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' "And the Broken Staff" when Jenkins, confronted by the season's BigBad, comments, "I usually resist playing this card... well, at least in supernatural circles... do you know who I am?" As revealed in the previous season finale, Jenkins is actually [[spoiler:Sir Galahad of the Round Table, and immortal]].
1st Dec '16 11:55:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''The Bronze Horseman'' by Paullina Simons. A Communist Party official makes the mistake of saying this to [[BadAss Captain Belov]], only to end up against the wall with a rifle across his neck while Belov points out that he doesn't know who ''he'' is dealing with.

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* ''The Bronze Horseman'' by Paullina Simons. A Communist Party official makes the mistake of saying this to [[BadAss Captain Belov]], Belov, only to end up against the wall with a rifle across his neck while Belov points out that he doesn't know who ''he'' is dealing with.
25th Nov '16 4:52:07 PM JackG
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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].

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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then but instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, the next scene shows that Lucifer has [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].
25th Nov '16 4:51:06 PM JackG
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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].

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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].
25th Nov '16 4:50:31 PM JackG
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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is really the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].

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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is really the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].
25th Nov '16 4:49:50 PM JackG
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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is really the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyDisguisedAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].

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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is really the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyDisguisedAsAnOrgy [[APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].
25th Nov '16 4:49:04 PM JackG
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* Played straight most of the time in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' as most people don't really believe that Lucifer Morningstar is really the Devil, despite him being quite open about it. However it is played for laughs in one scene where Lucifer is being evicted from his nightclub. He advances on the moving crew in fury and gives this trope, then instead of a terrifying display of supernatural power, Lucifer has [[APartyDisguisedAsAnOrgy brought out the girls and booze]] and [[BoringButPractical got them all drunk]].
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