History Series / DeathValley

11th Jun '17 12:09:39 PM nombretomado
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** When the documentary crew tells John-John that he swears too much [[GoshDangItToHeck he starts self-censoring what he says]], using the term "MeetTheFockers" instead of "motherf***er."

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** When the documentary crew tells John-John that he swears too much [[GoshDangItToHeck he starts self-censoring what he says]], using the term "MeetTheFockers" "Film/MeetTheFockers" instead of "motherf***er."
11th Jun '17 12:09:07 PM nombretomado
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--> '''John-John:''' "MeetTheFockers!"

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--> '''John-John:''' "MeetTheFockers!""Film/MeetTheFockers!"
15th May '17 8:06:38 PM nombretomado
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-->'''Billy:''' Not on ''TrueBlood'', Jamie, but, uh, y'know what? You can add up all the stuff that doesn't make sense on that show and [[SelfDeprecation make an entire new show.]]

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-->'''Billy:''' Not on ''TrueBlood'', ''Series/TrueBlood'', Jamie, but, uh, y'know what? You can add up all the stuff that doesn't make sense on that show and [[SelfDeprecation make an entire new show.]]
13th May '17 1:43:02 PM nombretomado
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''Death Valley'' was a Live Action half-hour BlackComedy[=/=]{{Horror}} show on {{MTV}}. It revolved around the UTF (Undead Task Force), a branch of the Los Angeles Police Department that deal with {{Vampire}}s, [[{{Werewolf}} Werewolves]] and [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombies]] in the San Fernando Valley. A year before the series began, these supernatural monsters suddenly appeared in the Valley for no known reason, forcing its inhabitants to adapt to their suddenly shifted lives.

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''Death Valley'' was a Live Action half-hour BlackComedy[=/=]{{Horror}} show on {{MTV}}.{{Creator/MTV}}. It revolved around the UTF (Undead Task Force), a branch of the Los Angeles Police Department that deal with {{Vampire}}s, [[{{Werewolf}} Werewolves]] and [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombies]] in the San Fernando Valley. A year before the series began, these supernatural monsters suddenly appeared in the Valley for no known reason, forcing its inhabitants to adapt to their suddenly shifted lives.
21st Aug '16 8:55:25 AM eroock
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->Let's get out there and kill something!
-->'''Captain Frank Dashell'''

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->Let's
->''"Let's
get out there and kill something!
-->'''Captain
something!"''
-->-- '''Captain
Frank Dashell'''



** Billy points out that one of the zombies he and Stubeck encounter looks like Mickey Rourke in ''Film/TheWrestler''.

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** Billy points out that one of the zombies he and Stubeck encounter looks like Mickey Rourke Creator/MickeyRourke in ''Film/TheWrestler''.
4th Jul '16 7:18:24 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: The series ended with the introduction of one:[[spoiler:A Shape-shifting being that looked like a demon used its tongue to kill the vampire leader by ripping the vampire's heart out.]] Nobody present had any idea about what had just happened.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideGenreFoe: The series ended with the introduction of one:[[spoiler:A Shape-shifting one: [[spoiler:A shape-shifting being that looked like a demon used its tongue to kill the vampire leader by ripping the vampire's heart out.]] Nobody present had any idea about what had just happened.
13th Oct '15 11:28:01 AM AzureOwl
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* OutsideContextVillain: The series ended with the introduction of one:[[spoiler:A Shape-shifting being that looked like a demon used its tongue to kill the vampire leader by ripping the vampire's heart out.]] Nobody present had any idea about what had just happened.
13th Jul '14 10:46:02 AM Tuvok
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* BiTheWay: Julia, Carla's girlfriend, is bisexual.

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* BiTheWay: Julia, Carla's girlfriend, is bisexual. At the end of the series [[spoiler: Carla as well. But maybe only where John-John is concerned.]]
2nd Jun '14 12:21:58 PM JBK405
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->Let's get out there and kill something.

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->Let's get out there and kill something.something!



* Captain Frank Dashell: A minor {{cloudcuckoolander}} who also seems to [[AnythingThatMoves have a sexual interest in every member of his team]], Dashell recognizes that there are times to quiet down and do his job when the situation becomes serious.

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* Captain Frank Dashell: A minor {{cloudcuckoolander}} who also seems to [[AnythingThatMoves have a sexual interest in every member of his team]], Dashell recognizes that there are times to quiet down and do his job [[LetsGetDangerous when the situation becomes serious.]]



* ActionGirl: Kirsten Landry has the martial skills to leave her sparring partner senseless on the ground, despite the padded sparring equipment, and kill or disable zombies and werewolves with her bare hands. When Captain Dashell asked her if she was doing some sort of jazzer-size in the gym, she explained that it was actually a workout based on her fathers experiences in the military.
* ActionSurvivor: John-John and Carla only begin to give their sound guy respect when he survives a zombie attack without being bitten. Throughout the series he occasionally pitches in to help in fights, once even hitting a zombie with his boom mic and commenting that it even sounded cool.
** Justifed to an extent...the previous episode, they put down their sound guy.

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* ActionGirl: Kirsten Landry has the martial skills to leave her sparring partner senseless on the ground, despite the padded sparring equipment, and kill or disable zombies and werewolves with her bare hands. When Captain Dashell asked her if she was doing some sort of jazzer-size in the gym, she explained that it was actually a workout based on her fathers father's experiences in the military.
* ActionSurvivor: John-John and Carla only begin to give their sound guy respect when he survives a zombie attack without being bitten. Throughout the series he occasionally pitches in to help in fights, once even hitting a zombie with his boom mic and commenting that it even sounded cool.
** Justifed * ActuallyPrettyFunny: When Carla and Kirsten are called to an extent...old woman's apartment, where she is keeping her zombie husband tied to a bed, Kirsten attempts to persuade her to allow them to kill the previous episode, they put down zombie. After an emotional speech, which drew on Kirsten's personal experience of losing her mother at a young age, the zombie farts and everybody present cannot help laughing despite their sound guy. best efforts.






* FunWithAcronyms: Dep. Chief Ribbings in episode 6 replaces the term zombie with '''P'''otential '''U'''ndead '''S'''uspect, or '''PUS''' (pronounced "puss"), setting up a CMOF at the end when his last words end up being "I am a PUS! Kill me!"

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* FunWithAcronyms: Dep. Chief Ribbings in episode 6 replaces the term zombie with '''P'''otential '''U'''ndead '''S'''uspect, or '''PUS''' (pronounced "puss"), setting up a CMOF at the end when his last words end up being "I am a PUS! Kill me!"



--> '''John-John:''' "MeetTheFockers"

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--> '''John-John:''' "MeetTheFockers""MeetTheFockers!"



* IncompatibleOrientation: John-John has a minor crush on Carla, complicated by the fact that she is a lesbian. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope In the season one finale she displayed visible jealousy when he flirted with another woman]], [[BiTheWay and kissed him passionately after rescuing him from a vampire. YMMV on whether or not it was sexual per se]].]]
** Interestingly, Carla's lesbianism is not revealed until Episode six.

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* IncompatibleOrientation: John-John has a minor crush on Carla, complicated by the fact that she is a lesbian. [[spoiler: [[SubvertedTrope In the season one finale she displayed visible jealousy when he flirted with another woman]], [[BiTheWay and kissed him passionately after rescuing him from a vampire. YMMV on whether or not it was sexual per se]].]]
** Interestingly, Carla's lesbianism is not revealed until Episode six.
vampire]].]]



* MeaningfulFuneral: The eleventh episode opens with the UTF attending the funeral of the LAPD officers who had died in the previous episode, [[BookEnds and closes with Captain Dashell attending the funeral of Rico the vampire, who had also died in the earlier episode]]. Captain Dashell and the vampire leader, Rico's father, talk at both funerals and pay respect to the others fallen, and tentatively agree to meet for peace talks.

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* MeaningfulFuneral: The eleventh episode opens with the UTF attending the funeral of the LAPD officers who had died in the previous episode, [[BookEnds and closes with Captain Dashell attending the funeral of Rico the vampire, who had also died in the earlier episode]]. Captain Dashell and the vampire leader, Rico's father, talk at both funerals and pay respect to the others other's fallen, and tentatively agree to meet for peace talks.
2nd Jun '14 11:06:46 AM JBK405
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* AccidentalInnuendo: The UTF captain has a habit of spouting accidental innuendoes all the time. Sometimes he becomes aware of it afterwards, sometimes he doesn't and just goes with it in his usual high self-esteem.
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