History Series / TheTudors

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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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Too much to catalogue here!
** 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.
20th May '16 5:14:47 PM tv1995
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* DumbBlonde: Katherine Howard is portrayed [[TooDumbToLive as such]].

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* DumbBlonde: Katherine Howard is portrayed [[TooDumbToLive as such]]. Mary Boleyn can be seen as this as well as her family uses her as a pawn in affairs with the king of France and then Henry. Later on, she marries a commoner without asking for permission and is subsequently disowned by her family. This may have been what saved her as she is not executed like her brother and sister.



*** In Cromwell's case, two of the conspirators against him (Sir Francis Bryan and Thomas Seymour) got the headsman drunk so Cromwell's execution would be as painful as possible (after both they are the third conspirator, Charles Brandon, are shown giddy with anticipation about the last laugh they'll derive at Cromwell's expense). It's only made worse by the fact Cromwell sees the headsman staggering, so he knows what's coming. By the third stroke - which lands ''in his shoulder blades'', even Sir Francis and Duke Brandon are disgusted. As is fellow conspirator and cold fish Edward Seymour, who wasn't involved in getting the headsman drunk. Thomas Seymour, on the other hand, seems unfazed.

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*** In Cromwell's case, two of the conspirators against him (Sir Francis Bryan and Thomas Seymour) got the headsman drunk so Cromwell's execution would be as painful as possible (after both they are the third conspirator, Charles Brandon, are shown giddy with anticipation about the last laugh they'll derive at Cromwell's expense). It's only made worse by the fact Cromwell sees the headsman staggering, so he knows what's coming. By the third stroke - which lands ''in his shoulder blades'', even Sir Francis and Duke Brandon are disgusted. As is fellow conspirator and cold fish Edward Seymour, who wasn't involved in getting the headsman drunk. Thomas Seymour, on the other hand, seems unfazed. Eventually someone else takes away the blade and finishes the job.



* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Averted. Mary and Anne Boleyn get along well until Mary's secret marriage, even though Anne is after Mary's former lover.

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* TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry: Averted. Mary and Anne Boleyn get along well until Mary's secret marriage, even though Anne is after Mary's former lover. However, this may have saved Mary's life as she was not executed along with her siblings.



** Henry's great desire to continue the Tudor line ends up indirectly causing it to end. None of his children have children of their own because of his actions.

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** Henry's great desire to continue the Tudor line ends up indirectly causing it to end. None of his children have children of their own because of his actions. Elizabeth tells Mary that after seeing what happened to Katherine Howard she has decided she will never marry. This is TruthInTelevision as Elizabeth really did say this at age 9.



** Thomas Boleyn. He cares only about his children as political pawns and is ready and willing to denounce them and send them to the executioner in order to save his own life.

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** Thomas Boleyn. He cares only about his children as political pawns and is ready and willing to denounce them and send them to the executioner in order to save his own life. It's no wonder why he ends up dying alone.



* NoPreggerSex: Anne Boleyn turns away Henry when she's pregnant.

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* NoPreggerSex: Anne Boleyn turns away Henry when she's pregnant. This was really a belief back then that sex during pregnancy could harm the unborn child.



* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Henry is very scared of getting sick.

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Henry is very scared of getting sick. Justified because he needs to live long enough to sire an heir.
20th May '16 4:50:57 PM tv1995
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** Henry's great desire to continue the Tudor line ends up indirectly causing it to end. None of his children have children of their own because of his actions.
8th Mar '16 2:07:59 PM Miumia
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Henry to Anne Boleyn: "Your neck... I love your neck." Three guesses what happens to her neck in season two!

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Henry to Anne Boleyn: "Your neck... I love your neck." Three guesses what happens to her neck in season two!


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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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