History Podcast / BlackJackJustice

9th Jun '16 3:18:51 PM Roo
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* BottleEpisode: The tenth-season episode, ''The Road To Hell'' is pretty much this. The episode consists primarily of Jack and Trixie bickering with one another as they trail a client's husband per car. While it's not actually tied to one location (which would not be a problem for an audio drama anyway), no other character has any speaking lines in the entire episode, and Jack and Trixie spend most of their time in the car and getting on each other's nerves.



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13th Jan '16 9:47:38 AM Roo
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* PutOnABus: "Button Down" Theo and "Freddy the Finger" Hawthorne.

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* PutOnABus: "Button Down" Theo in season 10, and "Freddy the Finger" Hawthorne.Hawthorne in season 11.
10th Jan '16 4:45:22 AM Roo
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* CatchPhrase: Jack and Trixie share two, both being responses to insults they can't disagree with: "That's tough, but fair" and "That's probably true, but you still shouldn't say it." Usually said in the middle of one of their usual SnarkToSnarkCombat sessions.
7th Jan '16 7:39:58 PM reteov
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The series takes place shortly after the end of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, in an [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield unidentified city in North America]], presumably further north than Chicago or New York (as going to either is considered going "down"). There are some strong hints that this city is in the United States, but as the writer and performers are based in Toronto, Ontario, this is not certain.

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The series takes place shortly after the end of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, in an [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield unidentified city in North America]], the United States]], presumably further north than Chicago or New York (as going to either is considered going "down"). There are some strong hints that this city is in the United States, but as the writer and performers are based in Toronto, Ontario, this is not certain."down").
7th Jan '16 7:28:29 PM reteov
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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The agency price went up ("$39.95/day plus expenses"), Jack got married, "Button Down" Theo got married, Freddy became an undercover agent for the federal government, and Alice moved to Florida to wait for Freddy. The only people who have not changed up to this point are Sabien (still an overworked homicide detective) and Trixie (who is Trixie).

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The agency price went up ("$39.95/day plus expenses"), Jack got married, "Button Down" Theo got married, Freddy became an undercover agent for the federal government, and Alice moved to Florida to wait for Freddy. The only people who have not changed up to this point are Sabien (still an overworked homicide detective) and Trixie (who is still... Trixie).
7th Jan '16 7:27:38 PM reteov
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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The agency price went up ("$39.95/day plus expenses"), Jack got married, "Button Down" Theo got married, Freddy became an undercover agent for the federal government, and Alice moved to Florida to wait for Freddy. The only people who have not changed up to this point are Sabien (still an overworked homicide detective) and Trixie (who is Trixie).



* PrivateEyeMonologue: The narrative normally jumps back and forth between Trixie and Jack. Occasionally, if one of the other recurring characters has a DayInTheLimelight (or Jack and/or Trixie are for some reason unavaliable for narration), they will get in on the act as well.

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* PrivateEyeMonologue: The narrative normally jumps back and forth between Trixie and Jack. Occasionally, if one of the other recurring characters has a DayInTheLimelight (or Jack and/or Trixie are for some reason unavaliable for narration), they will get in on the act as well. Even King, the duo's dog, has had his say.
* PutOnABus: "Button Down" Theo and "Freddy the Finger" Hawthorne.
7th Jan '16 7:07:02 PM reteov
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** Episode 69 includes a federal agent, and a reference to "Uncle Sam" has been made. This places "The City" squarely within the United States. Now, which state or city is still unspecified.

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** Episode 69 includes a federal agent, and a reference to "Uncle Sam" has been made. This very explicitly places "The City" squarely within in the United States. Now, which state or city is still unspecified.States.
7th Jan '16 7:01:23 PM reteov
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** Episode 69 includes a federal agent, and a reference to "Uncle Sam" has been made. This places "The City" squarely within the United States. Now, which state or city is still unspecified.
27th Nov '15 6:15:55 AM Roo
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* ADayInTheLimelight: "Cops and Robbers"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: The episode "Cops and Robbers"Robbers" has Sergeant Nelson, Freddy "The Finger" and "Button-down" Theo in the main roles, while Jack and Trixie play minor parts.
** Likewise, the episode "Man's Best Friend" is narrated by King Jr, the agency dog.
16th Nov '15 4:44:51 AM Roo
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* ReallyGetsAround: Trixie is sort of hinted to, and certainly advertises herself as this -- though anything that may or may happen between her and the numerous men she flirts with and gets the phone numbers of, stays firmly off-screen.
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