History Series / Forbrydelsen

8th Apr '17 10:37:45 AM nombretomado
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* IconicOutfit: Lund's Faroese sweater in the first season. The ''RadioTimes'' promoted the second season in the UK with a knitting pattern.

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* IconicOutfit: Lund's Faroese sweater in the first season. The ''RadioTimes'' ''Magazine/RadioTimes'' promoted the second season in the UK with a knitting pattern.
22nd Nov '16 3:58:53 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* DyingClue: [[spoiler:As Meyer laid dying after getting shot, his last words were a repeated "Sarah". This causes InternalAffairs to cast their suspicion on Lund, but she points out that her and Meyer were firmly on LastNameBasis, so if he was accusing her, he would not have done so by calling her "Sarah". Indeed, it turns out that he was actually trying to say "''Sara''jevo", as it was a prominent part of what was written on his assailant's shirt.]]

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* DyingClue: [[spoiler:As Meyer laid dying after getting shot, his last words were a repeated "Sarah". This causes InternalAffairs to cast their suspicion on Lund, but she points out that her and Meyer were firmly on LastNameBasis, so if he was accusing her, he would not have done so by calling her "Sarah". Indeed, it turns out that he was actually trying to say "''Sara''jevo", "Sara''jevo''", as it was a prominent part of what was written on his assailant's shirt.]]
21st Nov '16 3:14:44 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* DyingClue: [[spoiler:As Meyer lies dying after getting shot, his last words were a repeated "Sarah". This causes InternalAffairs to cast their suspicion on Lund, but she points out that her and Meyer were firmly on LastNameBasis, so if he was accusing her, he would not have done so by calling her "Sarah". Indeed, it turns out that he was actually trying to say "''Sara''jevo", as it was a prominent part of what was written on his assailant's shirt.]]

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* DyingClue: [[spoiler:As Meyer lies laid dying after getting shot, his last words were a repeated "Sarah". This causes InternalAffairs to cast their suspicion on Lund, but she points out that her and Meyer were firmly on LastNameBasis, so if he was accusing her, he would not have done so by calling her "Sarah". Indeed, it turns out that he was actually trying to say "''Sara''jevo", as it was a prominent part of what was written on his assailant's shirt.]]
21st Nov '16 10:09:31 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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-->'''Meyer''': Any preferences for underwear?
-->'''Lund''': Clean.

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-->'''Meyer''': Any preferences for underwear?
-->'''Lund''':
underwear?\\
'''Lund''':
Clean.


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* DyingClue: [[spoiler:As Meyer lies dying after getting shot, his last words were a repeated "Sarah". This causes InternalAffairs to cast their suspicion on Lund, but she points out that her and Meyer were firmly on LastNameBasis, so if he was accusing her, he would not have done so by calling her "Sarah". Indeed, it turns out that he was actually trying to say "''Sara''jevo", as it was a prominent part of what was written on his assailant's shirt.]]
18th Oct '16 9:10:34 AM 06tele
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* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team for having incompletely filed some paperwork.[[spoiler: There's also the little matter of her murdering a guy, but he was a serial paedophile who was going to escape conviction.]]

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* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team for having incompletely filed some paperwork.[[spoiler: There's also the little matter of her murdering a guy, but he was a serial paedophile rapist and murderer of teenage girls who was going to escape conviction.]]
18th Oct '16 9:05:12 AM 06tele
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* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team.

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* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team.team for having incompletely filed some paperwork.[[spoiler: There's also the little matter of her murdering a guy, but he was a serial paedophile who was going to escape conviction.]]
18th Oct '16 9:03:12 AM 06tele
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* CanGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team.

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* CanGetAwayWithNuthin: CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team.
18th Oct '16 9:02:46 AM 06tele
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Theis and Pernille Birk Larsen, Nanna's parents, have to come to terms with the murder of their daughter... Their decisions will shape their lives and those of others.

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Theis and Pernille Birk Larsen, Nanna's parents, have to come to terms with the murder of their daughter...daughter. Their decisions will shape their lives and those of others.



* CanGetAwayWithNuthin: Lund, whose tirelessness and indeed success record as a detective is appreciated by almost no-one in the show, least of all her superiors, who routinely take her off cases, reassign, demote or otherwise punish her for relatively trivial procedural offences. One can only assume that if there had been a fourth season, it would have culminated in her being assassinated by a Danish intelligence black ops team.



* DefectiveDetective: Lund is a great detective but a rather emotionally constipated person, even before the events of the series pile on the emotional trauma.

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* DefectiveDetective: Lund is a great detective but a rather an emotionally constipated person, even before the events of the series pile on the emotional trauma.



* ExpositionVictim: [[spoiler:Lund ends the second season by baiting Strange into shooting her, but reveals herself to have been wearing a bullet-proof vest.]]

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* EatingLunchAlone: Actually Eating Dinner Alone: Lund usually doesn't eat anything until she gets home at night, at which point she sits alone in the kitchen eating the cold leftovers of whatever her mother made for dinner.
* ExpositionVictim: [[spoiler:Lund [[spoiler: Lund ends the second season by baiting Strange into shooting her, but then reveals herself to have been that she was wearing a bullet-proof vest.]]



* FireForgedFriends: Lund and Meyer ''slowly'' head in this direction over the course of the first season. [[spoiler: Tragically, he is killed just when it looks like they might be getting there.]]

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* FireForgedFriends: Lund and Meyer ''slowly'' head in this direction over the course of the first season. [[spoiler: Tragically, he is killed just when it looks like they might be they're getting there.there; just before they head out to the warehouse where he will be shot, he advises her "as your friend" to go home and get some sleep. She ignores him, and her sleep-deprivation leads her into errors of judgement that contribute to his death.]]



* HeroicBSOD: Lund has one of these when she's told that [[spoiler: Meyer]] has unexpectedly died.



* TheKillerBecomesTheKilled: [[spoiler:Reinhardt, by Lund herself.]]

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* TheKillerBecomesTheKilled: [[spoiler:Reinhardt, [[spoiler: In season 1, Vagn, by Theis. In season 3, Reinhardt, by Lund herself.]]



** In season 1, [[spoiler: Kemal]], [[spoiler: Troels]] and [[spoiler: Jens Holck]] are the three most important suspects before Lund finally figures it out. In the meantime, the viewer is briefly invited to suspect Olav, Vagn, Bremer and even Theis himself, before suspicion lands on the Red Herrings, distracting the viewer from the fact that one of the aforementioned is in fact the culprit.

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** In season 1, [[spoiler: Kemal]], [[spoiler: Troels]] and Troels]], [[spoiler: Jens Holck]] and [[spoiler: Leon]] are the three four most important suspects before Lund finally figures it out. In the meantime, the viewer is briefly invited to suspect Olav, Vagn, Bremer and even Theis himself, before suspicion lands on the Red Herrings, distracting the viewer from the fact that one of the aforementioned is in fact the culprit.



* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:Lund's sidekick Meyer is killed towards the end of the first season.]]

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* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:Lund's [[spoiler: Lund's sidekick Meyer is killed towards the end of the first season.]]



* SleazyPolitician: Given the number of political characters with conflicting agendas, this trope is frequently played with. [[spoiler: Morten and Mogens]] are the clearest straight examples, while [[spoiler: Hartmann, Buch and Kristian Kamper]] double-subvert it.

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* SleazyPolitician: Given the number of political characters with conflicting agendas, this trope is frequently played with. [[spoiler: Bremer, Morten and Mogens]] are the clearest straight examples, while [[spoiler: Hartmann, Buch and Kristian Kamper]] double-subvert it.
17th Oct '16 1:43:21 AM 06tele
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* ObfuscatingStupidity: Everyone assumes that [[spoiler: Vagn]] is an idiot. Brix even comments that it's ridiculous that they're questioning him since he clearly couldn't even hammer a nail. It turns out that he's a cunning sociopath who's been using this trope to conceal the fact for most of his life.
12th Oct '16 4:16:44 AM 06tele
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** In season 1, [[spoiler: Kemal]] and [[spoiler: Troels]] are the two most important suspects before Lund finally figures it out. In the meantime, the viewer is briefly invited to suspect Olav, Vagn, Jens, Bremer and even Theis himself, before suspicion lands on the Red Herrings, distracting the viewer from the fact that one of the aforementioned is in fact the culprit.

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** In season 1, [[spoiler: Kemal]] and Kemal]], [[spoiler: Troels]] and [[spoiler: Jens Holck]] are the two three most important suspects before Lund finally figures it out. In the meantime, the viewer is briefly invited to suspect Olav, Vagn, Jens, Bremer and even Theis himself, before suspicion lands on the Red Herrings, distracting the viewer from the fact that one of the aforementioned is in fact the culprit.
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