History PrecisionFStrike / LiveActionTV

25th Jun '17 6:15:54 AM Overfiend
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-->'''Amos''': We're pretty much fucked.

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-->'''Amos''': We're pretty much fucked.fucked.
* THAT two-part episode of "Good Times" which spawned one of the most classic meme-inducing strikes of all time. During the funeral for her husband and patriarch James Evans who was shockingly killed in an off-screen car crash, wife Florida is surprisingly and disturbingly reserved and even jovial. This behavior profoundly disturbs her children, who note that their mother hasn't even cried since receiving the tragic news of James's death. This behavior persists until the end of the episode, where Florida is cleaning up after the departure of the party guests, and we see some cracks in her stoic resolve when she angrily rebuffs her children's offers to help. Florida comes across a flower left in her husband's memory, then becomes visibly saddened and shaken, and finally picks up a punch bowl, only to shatter it upon the ground and scream to the heavens the immortal "DAMN, DAMN, DAAAMMNNN!!", breaking down and finally crying as her children rush to hug and comfort her, sharing their collective grief.
24th May '17 8:53:25 AM ZimFan89
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-->"And I can do it, because I'm the ''fucking'' hero who saved Mother Earth from the cataclysm ''they'' unleashed!"

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-->"And I can do it, because I'm the ''fucking'' hero who saved Mother Earth from the cataclysm ''they'' unleashed!"unleashed!"
** In "Caliban's War", when the crew of the ''Rocinante'' realize that the [[SuperSoldier protomolecule soldier]] is trying to get through to their reactor:
-->'''Alex''': If it breaks through the bulkhead-
-->'''Amos''': We're pretty much fucked.
16th May '17 12:03:01 PM Morgenthaler
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** ''Series/InTheLoop'' features an awesome Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:

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** ''Series/InTheLoop'' ''Film/InTheLoop'' features an awesome Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:
16th May '17 12:02:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* In BBC's ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', in which the worst language ever to be used is "damn", Arthur learns that he's been served with an arranged marriage and lets out a vehement "WHAT THE FFFFF---" before the camera cuts away.

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* In BBC's ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}'', in which the worst language ever to be used is "damn", Arthur learns that he's been served with an arranged marriage and lets out a vehement "WHAT THE FFFFF---" before the camera cuts away.
16th May '17 12:02:16 PM Morgenthaler
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** There was one instance in the Dona and Eric Are Engaged arc where Red commends Eric for sticking to his guns, which drives Kitty to lose all sense of composure or decorum and she ''[[AtomicFBomb screams]]'' at Red, using several {{sound effect bleep}}s in the [[ClusterFBomb space of about thirty seconds]]. It was the ''only'' time in the series that Kitty lost her composure like that, and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny it was the funniest]], [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome coolest]] moment of the series.

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** There was one instance in the Dona and Eric Are Engaged arc where Red commends Eric for sticking to his guns, which drives Kitty to lose all sense of composure or decorum and she ''[[AtomicFBomb screams]]'' at Red, using several {{sound effect bleep}}s in the [[ClusterFBomb space of about thirty seconds]]. It was the ''only'' time in the series that Kitty lost her composure like that, and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny it was the funniest]], [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome coolest]] funniest, coolest moment of the series.



** ''Series/InTheLoop'' features an [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:

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** ''Series/InTheLoop'' features an [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] awesome Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:



--> '''Castiel''': [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Maybe one day. But today, you're my little bitch.]]

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--> '''Castiel''': [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Maybe one day. But today, you're my little bitch.]]



** There is one simultaneously [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Awesome]] and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Funny]] moment in Season 3 when Marcus knocks out everyone in a Downbelow dive. But the awesome line starts with an instance of GettingCrapPastTheRadar...because he uses a ''British'' swear word that isn't well-recognized in the US:

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** There is one simultaneously [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Awesome]] Awesome and [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Funny]] Funny moment in Season 3 when Marcus knocks out everyone in a Downbelow dive. But the awesome line starts with an instance of GettingCrapPastTheRadar...because he uses a ''British'' swear word that isn't well-recognized in the US:



* In the premiere episode of the Starz series "Camelot," while witnessing a tender reunion between [[spoiler:Arthur and his biological mother]], King Lot sneers and mutters "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Oh, fuck this.]]"

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* In the premiere episode of the Starz series "Camelot," while witnessing a tender reunion between [[spoiler:Arthur and his biological mother]], King Lot sneers and mutters "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Oh, "Oh, fuck this.]]""
16th May '17 12:01:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Spaced}}'' was allowed just the one "fuck" per show, according to the DVD commentaries. They went to some lengths to make sure that they used it in the funniest way possible.
* In the UK version of ''TheOffice'', a show which rarely if ever used the word "fuck", David Brent tells [[JerkAss Chris Finch]] to fuck off in the ChristmasEpisode when he makes lewd and inappropriate remarks about Brent's new girlfriend. It's easily the CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Brent, and the show.

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* ''{{Spaced}}'' ''Series/{{Spaced}}'' was allowed just the one "fuck" per show, according to the DVD commentaries. They went to some lengths to make sure that they used it in the funniest way possible.
* In the UK version of ''TheOffice'', ''Series/TheOfficeUK'', a show which rarely if ever used the word "fuck", David Brent tells [[JerkAss Chris Finch]] to fuck off in the ChristmasEpisode when he makes lewd and inappropriate remarks about Brent's new girlfriend. It's easily the CrowningMomentOfAwesome for Brent, and the show.



* Lampshaded in ''FlightOfTheConchords'':

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* Lampshaded in ''FlightOfTheConchords'':''Series/FlightOfTheConchords'':



** ''InTheLoop'' features an [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:

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** ''InTheLoop'' ''Series/InTheLoop'' features an [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:
8th May '17 11:43:24 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** An outtake which has made the rounds at Whovian meetings and conventions has #4, Romana and K-9 persuing a situation. When the Doctor asks K-9 for his answer to a situation, K-9 replies "Insufficient data." The Doctor snaps back "Yeah, you never fucking know the answer when it's important!"

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** An outtake which has made the rounds at Whovian meetings and conventions has #4, The Fourth Doctor, Romana and K-9 persuing perusing a situation. When the Doctor asks K-9 for his answer to a this situation, K-9 replies "Insufficient data." The Doctor Creator/TomBaker, somehow managing to remain very much in-character as the Doctor, snaps back "Yeah, you never fucking know the answer when it's important!"important."
10th Apr '17 3:29:57 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Despite the show's copious sexual content and violence, characters actually are rarely heard swearing, so when one does utter, for example, the F-word (such as the Hound's WhamLine "Fuck the King!") it carries more impact. Many characters never even utter anything as strong as "damn".

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Despite the show's copious sexual content and violence, characters actually are rarely heard swearing, so when one does utter, for example, the F-word (such as the Hound's WhamLine "Fuck the King!") it F-word,it carries more impact. Many characters never even utter anything as strong as "damn"."damn".
** The Hound's WhamLine "Fuck the King!"
** Arya Stark in "Breaker of Chains".
---> '''Arya:''' ''(to the Hound)'' You are the worst '''shit''' in the Seven Kingdoms!
*** The precision then proceeds to fade away, as Arya fairly quickly becomes the foulest-mouthed Stark on the show. Seasons after his departure, Sandor's influence is still evident.
2nd Mar '17 8:57:44 AM ZimFan89
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** Amos' [[ReactionShot reaction]] to the WhamShot of "Godspeed" is a disbelieving "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis What. The. Fuck?]]"

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** Amos' [[ReactionShot reaction]] to the WhamShot of "Godspeed" is a disbelieving "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis What. The. Fuck?]]"Fuck?]]"
** Avasarala in "Paradigm Shift", when she threatens to tear apart the Mao family if they don't hand over Jules-Pierre for his role in TheConspiracy:
-->"And I can do it, because I'm the ''fucking'' hero who saved Mother Earth from the cataclysm ''they'' unleashed!"
20th Feb '17 1:43:38 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Despite the show's copious sexual content and violence, characters actually are rarely heard swearing, so when one does utter, for example, the F-word (such as the Hound's WhamLine "Fuck the King!") it carries more impact. Many characters never even utter anything as strong as "damn".
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