History OhCrap / LiveActionTV

7th Aug '16 3:48:47 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* ''Series/DowntonAbbey'' has two moments from Mrs. Baxter grouped close together leading up to the discovery of Thomas's attempted suicide:
** First, as Andy remarks on Thomas's parting words to him:
--->'''Baxter''': I should go back.\\
'''Andy''': Is something wrong?\\
'''Baxter''': I hope not.
** And then, when she inquires one of the male servants regarding Thomas's whereabouts and he says that he went in to take a bath, it's enough to elicit an "Oh my God!" from her when the realization sets in very quickly.
25th Jul '16 7:06:52 AM eowynjedi
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* ''Series/AirCrashInvestigation'': Expressed by various pilots, passengers, and/or air traffic controllers just before the bad stuff goes down.
** Perhaps seen most effectively in ''Crash of the Century'', which covers the Tenerife disaster. The First Officer of the Pan-Am flight is positively horrified as he sees the KLM jumbo barreling down the runway towards his plane.
** In "Head On Collision", a rail passenger with a view of the track in front of him realizes that his passenger train is about to collide with a freight train head-on.
** In "Air France 447: Vanished", the captain has this reaction when he realizes that his co-pilots' diverging inputs to the side-stick controls are leading the plane into a stall.
** Keep in mind that much of the flight crew dialogue in the show's reenactments comes verbatim from air traffic control radio transmissions and recovered cockpit voice recorders, making many of these moments dramatizations of RealLife examples.



* ''High Maintenance'': The Guy is very chill most of the time, but has a great Oh Crap face when his clients become crazier than expected.
** Heidi does this when The Guy greets her by name, knowing that he probably revealed her "Homeless" Heidi secret identity.



** In ''I, Borg'', the entire senior staff has one when they realize that the wreckage they are investigating is a Borg vessel, and there's a survivor. Picard is so shocked, he [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness briefly entertains]] Worf's suggestion that they kill the drone, make its death look like an accident, and get the hell out of there.
*** That [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy honor-obsessed]] Worf is the one to suggest that course of action speaks to the horror of the situation.

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** In ''I, Borg'', the entire senior staff has one when they realize that the wreckage they are investigating is a Borg vessel, and there's a survivor. Picard is so shocked, he [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness briefly entertains]] Worf's suggestion that they kill the drone, make its death look like an accident, and get the hell out of there.
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there. That [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy honor-obsessed]] Worf is the one to suggest that course of action speaks to the horror of the situation.



* ''Series/AirCrashInvestigation'': Expressed by various pilots, passengers, and/or air traffic controllers just before the bad stuff goes down.
** Perhaps seen most effectively in ''Crash of the Century'', which covers the Tenerife disaster. The First Officer of the Pan-Am flight is positively horrified as he sees the KLM jumbo barreling down the runway towards his plane.
** In "Head On Collision", a rail passenger with a view of the track in front of him realizes that his passenger train is about to collide with a freight train head-on.
** In "Air France 447: Vanished", the captain has this reaction when he realizes that his co-pilots' diverging inputs to the side-stick controls are leading the plane into a stall.
** Keep in mind that much of the flight crew dialogue in the show's reenactments comes verbatim from air traffic control radio transmissions and recovered cockpit voice recorders, making many of these moments dramatizations of RealLife examples.



* ''High Maintenance'': The Guy is very chill most of the time, but has a great Oh Crap face when his clients become crazier than expected.
** Heidi does this when The Guy greets her by name, knowing that he probably revealed her "Homeless" Heidi secret identity.

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* ''High Maintenance'': ''Series/WolfHall''
** Cromwell and Richard Crammer give each other this kind of look when Henry start saying that Anne Boleyn "bewitched" him into marriage--in other words, he wants to get rid of her, and if he doesn't get what he wants?
** Bishop Fisher and the other aristocrats who used Elizabeth Barton (a mystic nun who foretold Henry's death if he didn't reconcile with the Pope) are self-assured when Cromwell begins to interview them, but their expressions slide off when they realize he's been spying on ''all'' of them.
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The Guy is very chill most final shot of the time, but has a great Oh Crap face when his clients become crazier than expected.
** Heidi does this when The Guy greets her by name, knowing
series is Cromwell staring dead-eyed over Henry's shoulder in the realization that he probably revealed her "Homeless" Heidi secret identity.he's sold his soul to the service of a dissolute monster, who is embracing him like a brother for ''executing his wife'', just to exact some revenge for an insult to Cardinal Wolsey... one imagines Cromwell is seeing his own [[OffWithHisHead eventual fate]].
21st Jul '16 10:32:01 AM Morgenthaler
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** Michael, being TheStoic, hides it pretty well, but when old enemies like [[EvilMentor Larry]] (''yes'', [[RunningGag "dead" Larry]]) or [[SmugSnake Tyler]] [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Brennan]] show up, it tends to trigger this kind of reaction from him.

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** Michael, being TheStoic, hides it pretty well, but when old enemies like [[EvilMentor Larry]] (''yes'', [[RunningGag "dead" Larry]]) or [[SmugSnake Tyler]] [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy Tyler Brennan]] show up, it tends to trigger this kind of reaction from him.
6th Jul '16 3:49:53 AM cirby
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** ''Series/{{Defiance}}:'' When BigBad Rahm Tak starts to work out that [[SomebodySetUpUsTheBomb something's not right]], the understated OhCrap look on his face as he realizes that ThisIsGonnaSuck but has no idea what's coming is hilarious. Of course, when he sees [[spoiler: the energy of the overloading stasis net barreling toward him]], all he can say is '''"OH SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!"''' [[spoiler: These are his last words before being disintegrated.]]

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** * ''Series/{{Defiance}}:'' When BigBad Rahm Tak starts to work out that [[SomebodySetUpUsTheBomb something's not right]], the understated OhCrap look on his face as he realizes that ThisIsGonnaSuck but has no idea what's coming is hilarious. Of course, when he sees [[spoiler: the energy of the overloading stasis net barreling toward him]], all he can say is '''"OH SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!"''' [[spoiler: These are his last words before being disintegrated.]]
17th Jun '16 6:20:57 AM Adept
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* ''IronChefAmerica'': Battle Thanksgiving Leftovers, Michael Symon has an epic Oh Crap face when the Chairman reveals his "culinary curveball": liquid nitrogen.

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* ''IronChefAmerica'': ''Series/IronChef America'': Battle Thanksgiving Leftovers, Michael Symon has an epic Oh Crap face when the Chairman reveals his "culinary curveball": liquid nitrogen.
1st Jun '16 2:42:01 AM jerodast
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* ''High Maintenance'': The Guy is very chill most of the time, but has a great Oh Crap face when his clients become crazier than expected.
** Heidi does this when The Guy greets her by name, knowing that he probably revealed her "Homeless" Heidi secret identity.
1st Jun '16 12:49:20 AM thespecialneedsgroup
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** Keep in mind that much of the flight crew dialogue in the show's reenactments comes verbatim from air traffic control radio traffic and recovered cockpit voice recorders, making many of these moments dramatizations of RealLife examples.

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** Keep in mind that much of the flight crew dialogue in the show's reenactments comes verbatim from air traffic control radio traffic transmissions and recovered cockpit voice recorders, making many of these moments dramatizations of RealLife examples.
1st Jun '16 12:47:08 AM thespecialneedsgroup
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** Keep in mind that much of the flight crew dialogue in the show's reenactments comes verbatim from air traffic control radio traffic and recovered cockpit voice recorders, making many of these moments dramatizations of RealLife examples.
17th Feb '16 12:32:34 PM MikeW
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** This is pretty much the go-to reaction of the criminal marks when they realize too late they've fallen into a massive con that costs them all their money and/or lands them in jail.
7th Feb '16 8:30:18 PM jormis29
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* ''{{Becker}}'': In the second to last episode, the scene at 8 minutes we see Becker's biggest 'Oh Crap' as he listens to a Tear Jerker [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIQNOBtvd2g]].

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* ''{{Becker}}'': ''Series/{{Becker}}'': In the second to last episode, the scene at 8 minutes we see Becker's biggest 'Oh Crap' as he listens to a Tear Jerker [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIQNOBtvd2g]].



** In the episode "Ashes to Dust", the MonsterOfTheWeek has this expression just as he realizes that his "accomplice" didn't intend to leave the building alive and planned to kill them both in the fire.

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** In the episode "Ashes to Dust", the MonsterOfTheWeek VillainOfTheWeek has this expression just as he realizes that his "accomplice" didn't intend to leave the building alive and planned to kill them both in the fire.



* ''{{CSI NY}}'': Danny, when he asks Lindsay what she wants for lunch not too long after Lucy's birth. She responds with a whole list of foods, and Danny gets this kind of look. She has to reassure him she isn't pregnant again.

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* ''{{CSI ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'': Danny, when he asks Lindsay what she wants for lunch not too long after Lucy's birth. She responds with a whole list of foods, and Danny gets this kind of look. She has to reassure him she isn't pregnant again.



* ''DeadliestWarrior'': The simulation in the Season 1 finale had two beautiful Oh Crap moments made by [[spoiler:the Taliban insurgent when he noticed that he was about to be a casualty of friendly fire via RPG, and the last Taliban insurgent when he realized that the IRA insrugent had trapped him in a bus with a Nail Bomb in it]].

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* ''DeadliestWarrior'': ''Series/DeadliestWarrior'': The simulation in the Season 1 finale had two beautiful Oh Crap moments made by [[spoiler:the Taliban insurgent when he noticed that he was about to be a casualty of friendly fire via RPG, and the last Taliban insurgent when he realized that the IRA insrugent had trapped him in a bus with a Nail Bomb in it]].



* ''{{Tracker}}'': Nestov gets a pretty epic OhCrap moment in 'What Lies Beneath'. Mel was always annoyed throughout the series by his repeated hitting on her, and after she discovered her Cirronian heritage, it meant she could use the collector. Cole tosses her the collector so she can snag a fugitive who's closer to her than to Cole himself, and Nestov realizes she's probably going to come for him with it next. (though he talks the two out of collecting him)

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* ''{{Tracker}}'': ''Series/{{Tracker}}'': Nestov gets a pretty epic OhCrap moment in 'What Lies Beneath'. Mel was always annoyed throughout the series by his repeated hitting on her, and after she discovered her Cirronian heritage, it meant she could use the collector. Cole tosses her the collector so she can snag a fugitive who's closer to her than to Cole himself, and Nestov realizes she's probably going to come for him with it next. (though he talks the two out of collecting him)
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