History Series / SapphireAndSteel

21st Nov '16 9:21:58 PM captainpat
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* WomanInBlack: Subverted when Sapphire wears a lovely black gown.



* WomanInBlack: The woman at the end.
20th Oct '16 2:23:08 AM SorPepita
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* ThePowerOfRock: Sometimes it works, sometimes...not so much. Also, it's usually traditional songs.

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* ThePowerOfRock: Sometimes it works, sometimes... not so much. Also, it's usually traditional songs.
17th Oct '16 1:55:30 AM LondonKdS
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* SoundOfDarkness: The Darkness is accompanied by the whispering of the souls bound to it.
4th Oct '16 3:17:10 AM LondonKdS
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* NightmareFace: When Sapphire is possessed by the Darkness there's a brief flash of her face as what looks like a huge mass of cancerous tumours.
4th Sep '16 7:01:27 PM PaulA
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* GasStationOfDoom: There is a story set at an isolated gas station, but it's set in England, not the northern US.


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* GasStationOfDoom: The British equivalent is the setting of this story.
4th Sep '16 11:46:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* GasStationOfDoom: There is a story set at an isolated gas station, but it's set in England, not the northern US.
28th Apr '16 8:27:25 AM LondonKdS
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* MoodDissonance: After they have won by [[spoiler:abandoning Mr. Tully to a horrible death at best and eternal torment at worst]], Sapphire and Steel literally skip off into nothingness doing jazz hands, in what almost looks like a parody of the Series/MorecambeAndWise ending sequence.

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* MoodDissonance: After they have won by [[spoiler:abandoning Mr. Tully to a horrible death at best and eternal torment at worst]], Sapphire and Steel literally skip off into nothingness doing jazz hands, in what almost looks like a parody of the Series/MorecambeAndWise Creator/MorecambeAndWise ending sequence.
28th Apr '16 8:26:52 AM LondonKdS
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* MoodDissonance: After they have won by [[spoiler:abandoning Mr. Tully to a horrible death at best and eternal torment at worst]], Sapphire and Steel literally skip off into nothingness doing jazz hands, in what almost looks like a parody of the Series/MorecambeAndWise ending sequence.
21st Mar '16 10:39:29 AM Nentuaby
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* IDoNotDrinkWine: When offered a cocktail at a fancy dinner party, Steel says he doesn't drink. Sapphire, however, has a glass of champagne.
16th Jan '16 9:45:12 AM NOYB
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* HumansAreMorons: A view held in varying degrees by all the Elements because of how often it is humanity through whose meddling and inventiveness that creates ways for Time to start escaping and wreaking havoc. Steel sees humans as stupid, but will fight to his last breath to save them, though if what they do threatens the stability of the rest of the universe, he would not hesitate to sacrifice them as an acceptible loss; Sapphire more thinks humanity has more a [[HumansAreFlawed charming, if troublesome, flaw]] of being very imaginative and ambitious and thinks the universe would be a much poorer place without them; Gold thinks humans are straight up morons who should be wiped from the universe to save the Elements and the rest of the universe the trouble they cause; and Silver sees humans as morons for getting into and creating things of which they do not fully count the consequences, but he admires their ingenuity and inventiveness and does not particularly begrudge them the amout of work they cause him.

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* HumansAreMorons: A view held in varying degrees by all the Elements because of how often it is humanity through whose meddling and inventiveness that creates ways for Time to start escaping and wreaking havoc. Steel sees humans as stupid, but will fight to his last breath to save them, though if what they do threatens the stability of the rest of the universe, he would not hesitate to sacrifice them as an acceptible loss; Sapphire more thinks humanity has more a [[HumansAreFlawed charming, if troublesome, flaw]] of being very imaginative and ambitious and thinks the universe would be a much poorer place without them; Gold thinks humans are straight up morons who should be wiped from the universe to save the Elements and the rest of the universe the trouble they cause; and Silver sees humans as morons for getting into and creating things of which they do not fully count the consequences, but he admires their ingenuity and inventiveness and does not particularly begrudge them the amout amount of work they cause him.
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