History Series / TheTudors

9th Jun '17 2:00:15 AM priestessofdan
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** Similarly, Catherine of Aragon had reddish-blonde hair in real life, but she has black hair in the show. Ironically, Maria Doyle Kennedy had strawberry blonde hair and green eyes in real life.

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** Similarly, Catherine of Aragon had reddish-blonde hair in real life, but she has black hair in the show. Ironically, Maria Doyle Kennedy had strawberry blonde hair and green eyes in real life.
24th Apr '17 3:20:19 PM CharlesPhipps
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** Incorrect, as Henry VIII's problem is with the Catholic Church being above him versus his religious values. In short, his problem was AGodAmI or at least the next best thing.
4th Mar '17 1:29:39 AM outlander2012
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** Kind of a repeating pattern for Henry; he mourns [[spoiler:Cromwell.]] in the similar fashion [[spoiler:after he allows him to be executed.]]

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** Kind of a repeating pattern for Henry; he mourns [[spoiler:Cromwell.]] [[spoiler:Cromwell]] in the similar fashion [[spoiler:after he allows him to be executed.]]


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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: In the final episode of Season 2, Charles Brandon [[spoiler: furious at Thomas Boleyn's greater concern being for the fact he gets to keep his title and his head rather than that his son has already been executed and his daughter will soon follow suit, slams Boleyn against a wall and makes his contempt clear about Boleyn's seeming indifference to the fact he willingly sacrificed his children for his own ambition]].
-->'''Charles Brandon''': [[spoiler: Did you watch your son die?! What about your daughter, will you watch her suffer? Will you watch her die?! [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Tell me, Boleyn, was it all worth it]]?!]]
** Henry gives one to his advisors in Episode 2 of Season 4, lambasting them [[spoiler: for appearing to put their agendas above his wishes and the needs of England, as well as chewing them out for poisoning him against Cromwell]].
-->'''Henry VIII''': My Lords, I assure you I am ''not'' content. [[spoiler: I have relied upon you to inform and counsel me, and yet I am the most deceived. I have trusted and favoured all of you, and I have formed a sinister opinion that most of you are liars and flatterers who look only to your own profits. I know what you are planning, and if God gives me the strength, I will see to it that none of your projects ''ever'' succeed! ''[sadly]'' I mourn Cromwell's death. ''[His advisors looks shocked]'' Yes, I mourn him! I mourn him, now that I perceive that my counsellors, by light pretext and by false accusations, made me put to death the most...faithful servant I ever had]].
21st Oct '16 5:49:51 PM nombretomado
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* BritishAccent: A lot of very, very poor ones.
8th Oct '16 2:01:48 AM Eagal
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** The show has UsefulNotes/ThomasMore being drawn on a hurdle to his execution. In real life this only happened if you were being hung, drawn and quartered; More's sentence had been reduced to simple beheading.

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The show has UsefulNotes/ThomasMore being drawn on a hurdle to his execution. In real life this only happened if you were being hung, drawn and quartered; More's sentence had been reduced to simple beheading.
21st Sep '16 10:03:08 PM tv1995
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** In a conversation between sisters Mary and Elizabeth, not long after Edward's birth, Mary tells a young Elizabeth that while their father still loves them, [[HeirClubForMen a boy is more important]]. Elizabeth, who out of her own choice would never marry and still be a competent queen, playfully replies "''I'' don't think so".

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** In a conversation between sisters Mary and Elizabeth, not long after Edward's birth, Mary tells a young Elizabeth that while their father still loves them, [[HeirClubForMen a boy is more important]]. Elizabeth, who out of her own choice would never marry and still be a competent queen, playfully replies "''I'' don't think so". Especially considering that his daughters ended up becoming even more famous and powerful than Henry himself.
13th Sep '16 8:24:24 AM Ciara25
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** Kinda of a repeating pattern for Henry; he mourns [[spoiler:Cromwell.]] in the similiar fashion [[spoiler:after he allows to execute him.]]

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** Kinda Kind of a repeating pattern for Henry; he mourns [[spoiler:Cromwell.]] in the similiar similar fashion [[spoiler:after he allows him to execute him.]]be executed.]]
** Brandon and Bryan, who [[spoiler: sabotage Cromwell's execution out of spite (along with Thomas Seymour) by getting the executioner drunk, clearly seem to repent having done so when it takes ''five blows'' to get his head off.]]
5th Sep '16 3:48:48 AM AGorilla
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* BringMyBrownPants: Poor Katherine wets herself before her execution.
20th Jul '16 6:00:03 AM morenohijazo
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* DiseaseByAnyOtherName: UsefulNotes/HenryVIII's armies are laying siege to Boulogne, but the men are suffering badly from the "bloody flux", i.e., dysentery.
15th Jun '16 9:06:09 AM BoredMe
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** The Treaty of Perpetual Peace in the pilot episode. A ridiculous application of 21st century mores to the Rennaisance, right? Nope, they actually tried it.
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