History Series / FlandersCompany

14th Aug '16 3:27:31 AM StFan
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--->'''Hippolyte:''' If you manage to come back after this, kiddo... I promise I'll hire you. [[spoiler:(''beat'') [[AsideComment Just kiddin'...]]]]

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--->'''Hippolyte:''' If you manage to come back after this, kiddo... I promise I'll hire you. [[spoiler:(''beat'') [[spoiler:''[beat]'' [[AsideComment Just kiddin'...]]]]



* CatUpATree: In season 4 episode 11, this is Hippolyte's first outdoor mission in the alternate universe. He's not happy about it, especially since the "whirlwind of teeth and claws" variation happened.

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* CatUpATree: In season 4 episode 11, this is Hippolyte's first outdoor mission in the alternate universe. He's not happy about it, especially since the "whirlwind of teeth and claws" variation happened.happens.



'''Damien:''' (''[[PsychoticSmirk grinning]]'') Flatteries will get you nowhere...

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'''Damien:''' (''[[PsychoticSmirk grinning]]'') ''[[[PsychoticSmirk grinning]]]'' Flatteries will get you nowhere...



* LawyerFriendlyCameo: A lot of them, but only as minor characters. Usually their name is an untranslatable pun about a French slang variation of the original name. There were cameos of:

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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: A lot of them, but only as minor characters. Usually their name is an untranslatable pun about a French slang variation of the original name. There were are cameos of:



* MistakenForGay: The villain Trucidator ("Slayator") shortly suffers this from Dr. Parker. Trucidator came to Dr. Parker because he was bullied because he is black, but before the explanation was finished, Parker first thought Trucidator was victim of homophobia. Note that Trucidator's general appearance (muscular, bared chest and iron chains) makes this mistake understandable.

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* MistakenForGay: The villain Trucidator ("Slayator") shortly suffers this from Dr. Parker. Trucidator came to Dr. Parker because he was bullied because he is black, but before the explanation was is finished, Parker first thought thinks Trucidator was victim of homophobia. Note that Trucidator's general appearance (muscular, bared chest and iron chains) makes this mistake understandable.



* MoreThanMindControl: How [[spoiler:Damien turns Cindy and Alternate Caleb to his side with his psychic powers: he targets those who are already discontent with the return to normal after the alternate-universe mess]].

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* MoreThanMindControl: How [[spoiler:Damien turns Cindy and Alternate Caleb Hippolyte to his side with his psychic powers: he targets those who are already discontent with the return to normal after the alternate-universe mess]].



* NoseBleed: Hippolyte has one interviewing Andromalia at the Japan Expo.
* NotHyperbole: In season 4, when Gautier says that Caleb "had done the work of four people," he adds "Literally!" -- [[spoiler:and the camera pans out to show that Caleb has duplicated himself for the additional brain power]].

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* NoseBleed: Hippolyte has one while interviewing Andromalia at the Japan Expo.
* NotHyperbole: In season 4, when Gautier says that Caleb "had done the work of four people," he adds "Literally!" -- [[spoiler:and the camera pans zooms out to show that Caleb has duplicated himself for the additional brain power]].



* {{Teleportation}}:
** One part of Caleb's superpowers is to make short-range jumps (unless his power is amplified) thanks to his over-consumption of caffeine.
** ''Star Trek''-style teleportation is the way to join the Power Party on the Red Witch's satellite.



* TeleportersAndTransporters:
** One part of Caleb's superpowers is to make short-range jumps (unless his power is amplified) thanks to his over-consumption of caffeine.
** ''Star Trek''-style teleportation is the way to join the Power Party on the Red Witch's satellite.



--->'''Hippolyte:''' (''disbelievingly'') But... they have the preservation instinct of a ''herd of lemmings''!

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--->'''Hippolyte:''' (''disbelievingly'') ''[disbelievingly]'' But... they have the preservation instinct of a ''herd of lemmings''!



'''Cindy:''' (''disgusted'') DADDY!

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'''Cindy:''' (''disgusted'') ''[disgusted]'' DADDY!
18th Jul '16 6:39:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Hippolyte and Carla in the season 2 finale. See also JustBetweenYouAndMe below.
29th May '16 12:49:03 PM StFan
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* CreatorProvincialism: Curiously enough, as it employs mainly American super-villains, (and with names such as "Trueman"), the Flander's company is explicitly shown to be set in France (including with a few {{Astronomic Zoom}}s). Notably, in season 4, when CaptainErsatz of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superdupont Superdupont]] (a [[TheSeventies '70s]] parody of a French superhero) and Nightrunner (a current official hero in the Franchise/{{Batman}} franchise) wonder if the company apply discount prices for compatriots.

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* CreatorProvincialism: Curiously enough, as it employs mainly American super-villains, (and with names such as "Trueman"), the Flander's company is explicitly shown to be set in France (including with a few {{Astronomic Zoom}}s). Notably, in season 4, when CaptainErsatz of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superdupont Superdupont]] ComicBook/{{Superdupont}} (a [[TheSeventies '70s]] parody of a French superhero) and Nightrunner (a current official hero in the Franchise/{{Batman}} franchise) wonder if the company apply discount prices for compatriots.



** Superdupont

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** SuperdupontComicBook/{{Superdupont}}
11th Jan '16 9:03:21 AM StFan
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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway:
** Most of the time, the candidates Hippolyte receives have the most useless and ridiculous superpowers the writers could imagine.

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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway:
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WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Most of the time, the candidates Hippolyte receives have the most useless and ridiculous superpowers the writers could imagine.imagine.
** Lose-man can absorb the ambient "Lose"... which makes him incredibly unlucky. Sure, when he has absorbed enough, he can release it all at once in a powerful energy blast. This, he can do about... once a month.
30th Dec '15 1:07:02 PM Anddrix
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** SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor

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** SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthorComicBook/LexLuthor
29th Dec '15 7:06:28 AM Anddrix
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** SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom

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** SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoomDoctor Doom
18th Oct '15 7:10:29 AM Anddrix
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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}

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** SelfDemonstrating/{{Magneto}}ComicBook/{{Magneto}}
22nd Jun '15 3:32:24 AM StFan
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* DamselScrappy:[[invoked]] That's how Seiya sees Saori Kido from ''Manga/SaintSeiya''; part of the reason for his HeelFaceTurn.

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* DamselScrappy:[[invoked]] That's how Seiya sees Saori Kido from ''Manga/SaintSeiya''; part of the reason for his HeelFaceTurn.FaceHeelTurn.
22nd Jun '15 3:28:26 AM StFan
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'''Hippolyte: Indeed... seen like this...\\

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'''Hippolyte: '''Hippolyte:''' Indeed... seen like this...\\
10th Jun '15 5:31:02 AM StFan
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'''Seiya:''' Miss is supposed to be the incarnation of a warrior goddess, but as soon as she goes to the Wallmart to take advantage of discounts for the Pig Feast, slam! Two mooks drop on her, and she can't even send them flying. And of course, who has to climb 6000 steps and beat up 142 assholes to get her back? Muggins here! And in half a day, to boot, otherwise Miss could end up dead cold.

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'''Seiya:''' Miss is supposed to be the incarnation of a warrior goddess, but as soon as she goes to the Wallmart to take advantage of discounts for the Pig Feast, slam! Two mooks drop on her, and she can't even send them flying. And of course, who has to climb 6000 steps and beat beats up 142 assholes to get her back? Muggins here! And in half a day, to boot, otherwise Miss could end up dead cold.



* DeerInTheHeadlights: Hippolyte is described to be this way by the TV crew interviewing him in the alternate universe. He has a good reason, however, [[spoiler:considering said crew is constitued of all the counterparts of Aegis, the season 3's enemies]].

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* DeerInTheHeadlights: Hippolyte is described to be this way by the TV crew interviewing him in the alternate universe. He has a good reason, however, [[spoiler:considering said crew is constitued constituted of all the counterparts of Aegis, the season 3's enemies]].



* HeroWithAnFInGood: Clearly Recycle-Man before his FaceHeelTurn. He was violently beating up innocent people just for not recycling properly.

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* HeroWithAnFInGood: Clearly Recycle-Man before his full FaceHeelTurn. He was violently beating up innocent people just for not recycling properly.



* HomoeroticSubtext: One of the reasons why [[Manga/SaintSeiya Seiya]] wants to turn villain: he is fed up with the constant yaoi-themed innuendo of his teammates.

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* HomoeroticSubtext: One of the reasons why [[Manga/SaintSeiya Seiya]] wants to turn villain: he is fed up with the constant yaoi-themed innuendo innuendos of his teammates.



* {{Intangibility}}: Nadège Pruneau's superpower. She doesn't use it too often, but it can come in handy

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* {{Intangibility}}: Nadège Pruneau's superpower. She doesn't use it too often, but it can come in handyhandy.



** The C.C Corporation, to a minor extent. When they show up, the serie starts having an actual plot and go from pure comedy to action comedy.

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** The C.C Corporation, to a minor extent. When they show up, the serie series starts having an actual plot and go from pure comedy to action comedy.



** Black Cat

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** Black CatComicBook/BlackCat



* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: Considering all the Lawyer-Friendly Cameos and some occasional references in dialogues, ''Flander's Company'' is set in an universe which mixes the Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}, Creator/{{DC|Comics}}, ''Franchise/MenInBlack'', ''Manga/SaintSeiya'', ''Franchise/HarryPotter'', ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and {{Mario}} franchises. There are some cross-over with ''Damned'', ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' and ''WebVideo/LeVisiteurDuFutur'' (three other French webseries), too.

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* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: Considering all the Lawyer-Friendly Cameos and some occasional references in dialogues, ''Flander's Company'' is set in an universe which mixes the Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}, Creator/{{DC|Comics}}, ''Franchise/MenInBlack'', ''Manga/SaintSeiya'', ''Franchise/HarryPotter'', ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and {{Mario}} ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' franchises. There are some cross-over with ''Damned'', ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' and ''WebVideo/LeVisiteurDuFutur'' (three other French webseries), too.



** In "Unlimited", we don't see Carla at all, but Nadège mentions that she had to put both hands in the toilet to ground her uncontrolable electric discharges.

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** In "Unlimited", we don't see Carla at all, but Nadège mentions that she had to put both hands in the toilet to ground her uncontrolable uncontrollable electric discharges.



** One part of Caleb's superpowers is to make short-range jumps (unless his power is amplified) thanks to his overcomsuption of caffeine.
** Teleportation is the way to join the Power Party on the Red Witch's satellite.

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** One part of Caleb's superpowers is to make short-range jumps (unless his power is amplified) thanks to his overcomsuption over-consumption of caffeine.
** Teleportation ''Star Trek''-style teleportation is the way to join the Power Party on the Red Witch's satellite.
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