History Series / BrooklynSouth

22nd Feb '15 7:48:09 PM tenryufan
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Clemmie's reaction to Phil's confession that he likes to nap in the coffins of the mortuary where he's moonlighting, and the entire rest of the subplot thereafter in the episode "Dead Man Sleeping."



* RetroactiveRecognition: [[LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit Detective Stabler]] played an Irish mobster (with bleach blond hair!), and [[Series/{{Heroes}} Peter Petrelli]] made an appearance as Dickie's obnoxious teenage nephew.
4th Feb '15 9:56:36 AM randomsurfer
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* CopKiller: In the first episode a guy goes on a shooting spree and kills a bunch of cops right outside the precinct house, then is himself shot and dragged into the house. He dies while waiting for paramedics to show up, and his relatives sue the police force alleging that the cops purposely let him bleed to death in revenge.
27th Mar '13 8:32:49 AM Frank75
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* RetroactiveRecognition: [[LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit Detective Stabler]] played an Irish mobster (with bleach blond hair!), and [[{{Heroes}} Peter Petrelli]] made an appearance as Dickie's obnoxious teenage nephew.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: [[LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit Detective Stabler]] played an Irish mobster (with bleach blond hair!), and [[{{Heroes}} [[Series/{{Heroes}} Peter Petrelli]] made an appearance as Dickie's obnoxious teenage nephew.
25th Aug '12 6:53:11 AM FELH2
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''Brooklyn South'' is an American Police Drama that aired on {{CBS}} from September 1997 to April 1998. Created by StevenBochco, it centered around New York's 74th Precinct. Its pilot was the first episode of broadcast TV to receive a TV-MA rating due to an intense, violent cop killing in the opening sequence.

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''Brooklyn South'' is an American Police Drama that aired on {{CBS}} Creator/{{CBS}} from September 1997 to April 1998. Created by StevenBochco, it centered around New York's 74th Precinct. Its pilot was the first episode of broadcast TV to receive a TV-MA rating due to an intense, violent cop killing in the opening sequence.
18th Aug '12 3:24:06 PM pioneer9
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3rd Jul '12 7:05:49 AM pioneer9
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* DarkSecret: Frank's been an IAB agent since the Academy to protect his corrupt father.
3rd Jul '12 7:04:41 AM pioneer9
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* InTheBlood: Frank's and the Doyles' fathers were cops, too.
3rd Jul '12 6:56:47 AM pioneer9
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* BigApplesauce


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* NewYorkCityCops
3rd Jul '12 6:51:33 AM pioneer9
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* SurprisePregnancy: Dickie's wife Vicky in the finale.
3rd Jul '12 6:50:26 AM pioneer9
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* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Clemmie eventually gives Nona his blessing to be with Jack, since it makes her happy.



* SuperOCD: Dee, who spends one episode working as a receptionist at the precinct. In addition to a need for excessive cleanliness, she has a thing for the number four, including letting the phone ring four times before answering (not the best thing at a police station...) and repeating the last word of a sentence four times. She even calls herself Dee because D is the fourth letter of the alphabet, not because it's her initial.

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* SuperOCD: Dee, who spends one episode working as a receptionist at the precinct. In addition to a need for excessive cleanliness, she has a thing for the number four, including letting the phone ring four times before answering (not the best thing at a police station...) and repeating the last word of a sentence four times. She even calls herself Dee because D is the fourth letter of the alphabet, not because it's her initial.initial.
* SurprisinglyHappyEnding: For a fairly gritty show, the series ended pretty happily with the party celebrating Dickie's promotion/ Ray's (non)retirement, and several couples reconnecting.
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