History Series / RoboCopTheSeries

2nd May '18 5:04:50 PM DATEMAY
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* ArtificialLimbs: Tessa Stark has one of these.
29th Apr '18 12:23:57 PM BobSaget9
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[[caption-width-right:300:Does this look familiar?]]
30th Jan '18 8:16:50 PM Anicomicgeek
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* OrganTheft: "What Money Can't Buy" deals with this as Murphy goes against a black market organ ring when two people steal a pair of lungs meant to save a boy Murphy helped rescue in the prior episode ("Officer Down") after his body started to reject the lungs he was given in an earlier operation. [[spoiler: The duo and their boss stole the lungs for a crime boss and the boy's earlier lungs came from the same criminal ring and were taken from someone who died from tuberculosis.]]

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* OrganTheft: "What Money Can't Buy" deals with this as Murphy goes against a black market organ ring when two people steal a pair of lungs meant to save a boy Murphy helped rescue in the prior episode ("Officer Down") after his body started to reject the lungs he was given in an earlier operation. [[spoiler: The duo and their boss stole the lungs for a crime boss boss, and the boy's earlier lungs came from the same criminal ring and were taken from someone who died from tuberculosis.]]
28th Jan '18 2:14:38 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ContinuitySnarl: In the pliot, it was stated that Pudface was disfigured in a confrontation with Murphy five years before that point, but in "Zone Five", it was stated that Murphy was killed three years ago.
13th Jan '18 3:12:20 PM Anicomicgeek
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* StrawFeminist: Two episodes ("Inside Crime" and "Sisters in Crime") feature a CorruptCorporateExecutive named Rochelle Carney, who outright said in her debut that she considered everything a gender issue, even blaming her getting fired when she returns on her being a woman and her boss, Aubrey Fox, being a louse who hit on her. While Fox did indeed try to hook up with her, [[NeverMyFault she refused to acknowledge the real reason she got fired]], which was because she was in league with the series' {{archenemy}} "Pudface" Morgan (who, among other things, tried to kill Robo repeatedly, took a retirement home's citizen hostage, led a siege on OCP heaquarters, and helped push a deinhibitor as a diet pill) as part of a ratings stunt.

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* StrawFeminist: Two episodes ("Inside Crime" and "Sisters in Crime") feature a CorruptCorporateExecutive named Rochelle Carney, who outright said in her debut that she considered everything a gender issue, even blaming her getting fired when she returns on her being a woman and her boss, Aubrey Fox, being a louse who hit on her. While Fox did indeed try to hook up with her, [[NeverMyFault she refused to acknowledge the real reason she got fired]], which was because she was in league with the series' {{archenemy}} "Pudface" Morgan (who, among other things, tried to kill Robo repeatedly, took a retirement home's citizen hostage, led a siege on OCP heaquarters, and helped push a deinhibitor as a diet pill) pill, kidnapped Jimmy Murphy, impersonated Sgt. Parks to kidnap the Chairman, impersonated the Chairman in an attempt to ruin OCP and yet again attempt to kill Murphy) as part of a ratings stunt.
18th Dec '17 9:56:50 PM Anicomicgeek
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* GreatOffscreenWar: Much like the two sequel movie, there's an ongoing war in the Amazon which is the cruz of the episode "Ghosts of War", which included Murphy finding out that a childhood friend was part of a special ops unit that went missing and suffering from issues related to the war.



* {{Hologram}}/VirtualGhost: OCP secretary Diana, whose memory was uploaded to the OCP supercomputer after her death in the pilot episode.


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* VirtualGhost: OCP secretary Diana, whose memory was uploaded to the OCP supercomputer after her death in the pilot episode.
12th Dec '17 3:59:15 AM jormis29
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** Henry Winkler's first and last names are used for a murder victim.

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** Henry Winkler's Creator/HenryWinkler's first and last names are used for a murder victim.
11th Dec '17 3:37:24 AM Twsnider1138
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**The opening sequence actually borrows the scene with the paramedics attempting to save Murphy from the first film interspersed with Robocop busting down a locked door.
15th Nov '17 2:43:44 PM Anicomicgeek
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* CopKiller:
** One of the villains of the episode "Hearbreaker" managed to kill two cops while escaping with the MacGuffin.
** By virute of his vedetta against Murphy and his attempts to kill him, Pudface Morgan wants to be this.
24th Sep '17 7:01:58 AM Anicomicgeek
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** When Chip Chayken sabotages Robocop in the premiere movie to get rid of his incriminating memories, he refers to helping with Robocop's "[[TotalRecall total recall]]".

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** When Chip Chayken sabotages Robocop in the premiere movie to get rid of his incriminating memories, he refers to helping with Robocop's "[[TotalRecall total recall]]"."Film/{{total recall|1990}}".
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