History Series / Reaper

18th Aug '17 7:11:06 AM Wearabowler
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*BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: Averted in "I Want My Baby Back", where the baby of an escaped soul is the primary conflict of the plot. The boys get away with dumping the kid off on Tony who is apparently a natural parent (as all gay demons are bound to be), but this only works for so long [[spoiler: as The Devil wants the baby's soul in Purgatory, and it's generally a bad idea to take things back from demons.]]



-->'''Tony:''' They always do that. And it always hurts

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-->'''Tony:''' They always do that. And it always hurtshurts.
6th Aug '17 6:24:27 AM Morgenthaler
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** [[spoiler: CainAndAbelAndSeth: subverted as Cady doesn't get involved in the SiblingRivalry and it's never really confirmed if she's the Devil's daughter.]]

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** [[spoiler: * CainAndAbelAndSeth: [[spoiler: subverted as Cady doesn't get involved in the SiblingRivalry and it's never really confirmed if she's the Devil's daughter.]]
6th Aug '17 6:19:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The show was filmed in Vancouver, Canada. The license plates are Washington, and there's numerous references to Seattle. At one point someone mentions The Space Needle, and John talks about putting up his Seahawks posters.
6th Aug '17 6:18:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The show was filmed in Canada-- StargateCity --and while the series does a good job of showcasing a general location, a couple parts of the show suggest that it might be taking place in Southern California.
** The license plates are Washington, and there's numerous references to Seattle. At one point someone mentions The Space Needle, and John talks about putting up his Seahawks posters.

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* CaliforniaDoubling: The show was filmed in Canada-- StargateCity --and while the series does a good job of showcasing a general location, a couple parts of the show suggest that it might be taking place in Southern California.
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Vancouver, Canada. The license plates are Washington, and there's numerous references to Seattle. At one point someone mentions The Space Needle, and John talks about putting up his Seahawks posters.
6th Aug '17 6:11:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* BrotherSisterIncest: Sock and his [[NotBloodSiblings stepsister]].
** [[spoiler:One of Sam's girlfriends, Cady, is implied but never confirmed to be a daughter of the Devil. If she is, that means Sam slept with (what he believes to be) his own half sister.]]

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* BrotherSisterIncest: Sock and his [[NotBloodSiblings stepsister]].
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[[spoiler:One of Sam's girlfriends, Cady, is implied but never confirmed to be a daughter of the Devil. If she is, that means Sam slept with (what he believes to be) his own half sister.]]


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* FlirtyStepsiblings: In season 2, Sock finds out that his mom had gotten remarried to a Japanese man and he now has a stepsister. A noticeably attractive stepsister with no personal boundaries. Their interaction is then played for laughs. They eventually do have sex, but then her dad finds out, hits him over the head and sends her back to Japan.


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* InterspeciesRomance: Ben hooks up with a demoness named Nina after she kidnaps him. She can transform between looking like a winged monster and a pretty blonde.
29th Jun '17 6:43:46 PM DevinMeenan
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: A prominent plot device in the first season is that standing inside a circle of any kind (even a chalk-drawn circle on a side walk) makes one immune to the Devil's power; the characters occasionally use this to their advantage by standing inside a circle when they're having a conversation they don't want the Devil to hear. Come the second season, this plot device is abandoned, and the characters never bother to draw a circle even when discussing something they wouldn't want the Devil to know about.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: A prominent plot device in the first season is that standing if you stand inside a circle of any kind (even a chalk-drawn circle on a the side walk) makes one immune to walk), the Devil's power; Devil will be unable to hear what you're saying if he's not physically present; the characters occasionally use this to their advantage by standing inside a circle when they're having a conversation they don't want the Devil to hear. Come the second season, this plot device is abandoned, and the characters never bother to draw a circle even when discussing something they wouldn't want the Devil to know about.
29th Jun '17 6:39:31 PM DevinMeenan
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: A prominent plot device in the first season is that standing inside a circle of any kind (even a chalk-drawn circle on a side walk) makes one immune to the Devil's power; the characters occasionally use this to their advantage by standing inside a circle when they're having a conversation they don't want the Devil to hear. Come the second season, this plot device is abandoned, and the characters never bother to draw a circle even when discussing something they wouldn't want the Devil to know about.
25th Nov '16 9:31:44 AM thekneesbee
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-->'''Devil:''' Quick question: Quoting Shakespeare--too cliche?

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-->'''Devil:''' Quick question: Quoting Shakespeare--too Hamlet--too cliche?
24th Nov '16 8:46:11 PM thekneesbee
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* AGoodNameForARockBand: A wannabe rocker/Dreadful Musician whose great idea of a stage name is just "Ryan" almost does a literal DealWithTheDevil and becomes the even-more-ludicrous-sounding "Ryän".

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* AGoodNameForARockBand: A [[{{DreadfulMusician}} wannabe rocker/Dreadful Musician rocker]] whose great idea of a stage name is just "Ryan" almost does a literal DealWithTheDevil and becomes the even-more-ludicrous-sounding "Ryän".
21st May '16 4:14:35 AM erforce
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** The premise owes more than a bit to ''Ghost Rider'', but there's a lot of smaller nods as well, most blatantly to ''{{Film/Ghostbusters}}'' in the first and third episodes.

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** The premise owes more than a bit to ''Ghost Rider'', but there's a lot of smaller nods as well, most blatantly to ''{{Film/Ghostbusters}}'' ''{{Franchise/Ghostbusters}}'' in the first and third episodes.
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