History Series / SueThomasFBEye

16th Sep '15 7:40:06 PM Berrenta
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* RoadTripEpisode: Bobby and Myles trip to Arizona with Howie and Otis in "Did She or Didn't She?" becomes this thanks to Howie's fear of flying.

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* RoadTripEpisode: RoadTripPlot: Bobby and Myles Myles' trip to Arizona with Howie and Otis in "Did She or Didn't She?" becomes this thanks to Howie's fear of flying.
22nd Aug '15 3:52:57 AM eroock
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''Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye'' (2002-2005) was a police drama very loosely based on the real-life story of Sue Thomas, a deaf [[FBIAgent investigative analyst]] working at Washington, D.C. It aired on the ill-fated [[Creator/{{ION}} PAX]] network and was canceled in 2005, despite strong ratings, when the network decided to cancel all original series due to budget problems. The final episode ended with "The End... for now," and there have been sporadic rumors of a continuation movie.[[note]]Early in 2013, Deanne Bray announced online that she is scheduled to work on a "Sue Thomas" film this upcoming fall, and the official website confirms that a film is in the works; it is currently unknown if the rest of the original cast will reprise their roles.[[/note]]

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''Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye'' (2002-2005) was a police drama very loosely [[RippedFromTheHeadlines based on the real-life story story]] of Sue Thomas, a deaf [[FBIAgent investigative analyst]] working at Washington, D.C. It aired on the ill-fated [[Creator/{{ION}} PAX]] network and was canceled canced in 2005, despite strong ratings, when the network decided to cancel all original series due to budget problems. The final episode ended with "The End... for now," and there have been sporadic rumors of a continuation movie.[[note]]Early in 2013, Deanne Bray announced online that she is scheduled to work on a "Sue Thomas" film this upcoming fall, and the official website confirms that a film is in the works; it is currently unknown if the rest of the original cast will reprise their roles.[[/note]]
13th Aug '15 11:07:36 PM Adept
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''Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye'' (2002-2005) was a police drama very loosely based on the real-life story of Sue Thomas, a deaf [[FBIAgent investigative analyst]] working at Washington, D.C. It aired on the ill-fated [[{{ION}} PAX]] network and was canceled in 2005, despite strong ratings, when the network decided to cancel all original series due to budget problems. The final episode ended with "The End... for now," and there have been sporadic rumors of a continuation movie.[[note]]Early in 2013, Deanne Bray announced online that she is scheduled to work on a "Sue Thomas" film this upcoming fall, and the official website confirms that a film is in the works; it is currently unknown if the rest of the original cast will reprise their roles.[[/note]]

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''Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye'' (2002-2005) was a police drama very loosely based on the real-life story of Sue Thomas, a deaf [[FBIAgent investigative analyst]] working at Washington, D.C. It aired on the ill-fated [[{{ION}} [[Creator/{{ION}} PAX]] network and was canceled in 2005, despite strong ratings, when the network decided to cancel all original series due to budget problems. The final episode ended with "The End... for now," and there have been sporadic rumors of a continuation movie.[[note]]Early in 2013, Deanne Bray announced online that she is scheduled to work on a "Sue Thomas" film this upcoming fall, and the official website confirms that a film is in the works; it is currently unknown if the rest of the original cast will reprise their roles.[[/note]]
3rd Dec '14 12:43:53 PM nombretomado
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* ThemeNaming: Used in-universe when they need aliases to refer to unidentified suspects they're tracking down. For example, [[ChristopherColumbus Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria]] or [[TheDatingGame Bachelor #1, Bachelor #2, and Bachelor #3]].

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* ThemeNaming: Used in-universe when they need aliases to refer to unidentified suspects they're tracking down. For example, [[ChristopherColumbus Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria]] or [[TheDatingGame [[Series/TheDatingGame Bachelor #1, Bachelor #2, and Bachelor #3]].



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29th Jul '14 2:19:46 AM SeptimusHeap
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* JustifiedCriminal: In "Missing," a man steals money to pay for his son's operation. He's completely okay with going to jail because his son will now recover. However, Jack and Sue find him so sympathetic that they work to get the charges dropped.



* SympatheticCriminal: In "Missing," a man steals money to pay for his son's operation. He's completely okay with going to jail because his son will now recover. However, Jack and Sue find him so sympathetic that they work to get the charges dropped.
4th Apr '14 1:32:43 AM Twentington
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* ActorAllusion: In "Elvis is In the Building," Bobby goes undercover as an ElvisImpersonator. His actor, Rick Peters, played the role of Elvis in the movie ''ElvisMeetsNixon'', in which Elvis wants to become a federal agent. The characters directly reference the movie, saying that the guy who played Elvis was "not as good as you, Bobby."



* DisabledCharacterDisabledActor: Deanne Bray as Sue Thomas, as well as many deaf actors playing deaf characters. Most of the deaf guest stars act entirely in ASL.



* TheOtherDarrin: D's wife Donna is played by Janet Bailey in "A Blast from the Past" (Season 1), then Karen Glave in "Rocket Man" (Season 2).



* RealLifeRelative: Deanne Bray (Sue Thomas) is married to Troy Kotsur (Troy Myers).
** Yannick Bisson's wife, Chantal Craig, also appeared in a number of episodes.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The show was canceled after 3 seasons at the height of its popularity, because a) the network bungled the actors' contracts, and b) the money ran out.
** Plus Deanne Bray was ''pregnant'', which might've proved difficult to incorporate into the show's plot. (Then again, worse shows have managed it.)
8th Sep '13 12:30:28 PM XFllo
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* CanineCompanion: Levi, Sue's faithful dog. She's rarely without him.
24th Jun '13 2:59:33 PM Twentington
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* RealSongThemeTune: "Rosemary's Granddaughter" by Jessica Andrews.

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* RealSongThemeTune: "Rosemary's Granddaughter" "Who I Am" by Jessica Andrews.



* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: To the Chicken Dance at the end of "Breaking Up is Hard to Do."
17th Jun '13 2:05:30 PM flambeau
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''Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye'' (2002-2005) was a police drama very loosely based on the real-life story of Sue Thomas, a deaf [[FBIAgent investigative analyst]] working at Washington, D.C. It aired on the ill-fated [[{{ION}} PAX]] network and was canceled in 2005, despite strong ratings, when the network decided to cancel all original series due to budget problems. The final episode ended with "The End... for now," and there have been sporadic rumors of a continuation movie.

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''Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye'' (2002-2005) was a police drama very loosely based on the real-life story of Sue Thomas, a deaf [[FBIAgent investigative analyst]] working at Washington, D.C. It aired on the ill-fated [[{{ION}} PAX]] network and was canceled in 2005, despite strong ratings, when the network decided to cancel all original series due to budget problems. The final episode ended with "The End... for now," and there have been sporadic rumors of a continuation movie.
movie.[[note]]Early in 2013, Deanne Bray announced online that she is scheduled to work on a "Sue Thomas" film this upcoming fall, and the official website confirms that a film is in the works; it is currently unknown if the rest of the original cast will reprise their roles.[[/note]]
19th Apr '13 10:00:33 AM flambeau
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--> "Don't worry boys, it's the accent. Gets 'em every time."

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--> "Don't worry boys, it's ** Lampshaded by himself in "Silent Night": "It's the accent. Gets 'em every time."



--> Lucy: "You budget stickies?"
--> Randy: "We budget ''everything''."
* OpenMouthInsertFoot: From "The Kiss" -
--> Janice: "What are you, blind?"
--> Sue: "No, but I am deaf." [Janice thinks Sue is joking and laughs] "I really am. Deaf."
--> Janice: "....Oh, I am ''so'' sorry."



* PutOnABus: Darcy D'Angelo's move to Los Angelos in Season 3.

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* PutOnABus: Darcy D'Angelo's move D'Angelo moved to Los Angelos in Season 3.



* ShipTease: Tara and Bobby, who go on a date in "Troy Story" while Bobby is on the rebound from Darcy.

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* ShipTease: Tara and Bobby, who go on a date in "Troy Story" while Bobby is on the rebound from Darcy. It actually ended up being an extremely popular ship with the fandom.



** NeverTrustATrailer: The actual kiss was nothing like it was played up to be either; the dramatic shot shown of Jack and Sue going in for the kiss was actually a ''reversed'' shot of when they pull away from each other.

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** NeverTrustATrailer: The And although there was an actual kiss in the episode, it was nothing like it was played up to be either; be; the dramatic shot shown of Jack and Sue going in for the kiss was actually a ''reversed'' shot of when they pull away from each other.



** Averted with the Arif Dessa plot, as he was brought back in Season 3.

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** Averted with the Arif Dessa plot, Dessa, as he was brought back in Season 3.
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