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6th Mar '16 10:28:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''DarkAngel'': Max ("452") cuts short an opponent's pre-fight monologue in the series finale:

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* ''DarkAngel'': ''Series/DarkAngel'': Max ("452") cuts short an opponent's pre-fight monologue in the series finale:



* ''{{Neighbours}}'': A recent storyline had Susan stalked by someone who turned out to be her University lecturer, who blamed her for failing him when he was a student teacher at Erinsborough High. Despite the hell he had put her in recent weeks, Susan refused to take any crap from him, telling him that he had no one to blame but himself for repeated failures to learn from his mistakes.

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* ''{{Neighbours}}'': ''Series/{{Neighbours}}'': A recent storyline had Susan stalked by someone who turned out to be her University lecturer, who blamed her for failing him when he was a student teacher at Erinsborough High. Despite the hell he had put her in recent weeks, Susan refused to take any crap from him, telling him that he had no one to blame but himself for repeated failures to learn from his mistakes.



* ''PrisonBreak'': After Mahone's HeelFaceTurn his son is killed out of retribution. Mahone captures the man who did it, gets insanely brutal in torturing him until he calls Mahone's wife and apologizes, then leads him to a dock tied to a bunch of weights. The killer starts a speech to Mahone about how [[NotSoDifferent they aren't any different]], only for Mahone to push him into the water after just a few words.

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* ''PrisonBreak'': ''Series/PrisonBreak'': After Mahone's HeelFaceTurn his son is killed out of retribution. Mahone captures the man who did it, gets insanely brutal in torturing him until he calls Mahone's wife and apologizes, then leads him to a dock tied to a bunch of weights. The killer starts a speech to Mahone about how [[NotSoDifferent they aren't any different]], only for Mahone to push him into the water after just a few words.



* ''TheWire'':

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* ''TheWire'':''Series/TheWire'':
1st Jan '16 6:44:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Smallville}}'':

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* ''{{Smallville}}'':''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
1st Jan '16 12:16:30 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMentalist'':

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* ''TheMentalist'':''Series/TheMentalist'':
18th Dec '15 4:52:28 PM Discar
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-->'''Sif''': You were saying?
** In "End of the Beginning", the team finally confronts [[BigBad The Clairvoyant]] [[spoiler: (or rather, his decoy)]], who starts ranting about how his people will kill them all and take [[MacGuffinGirl Skye]], and there's nothing they can do to stop it... and is then silenced when [[spoiler: Ward shoots him dead]].

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-->'''Sif''': --->'''Sif''': You were saying?
** In "End of the Beginning", the team finally confronts [[BigBad The Clairvoyant]] [[spoiler: (or rather, his decoy)]], who starts ranting about how his people will kill them all and take [[MacGuffinGirl [[LivingMacGuffin Skye]], and there's nothing they can do to stop it... and is then silenced when [[spoiler: Ward shoots him dead]].



-->'''[[spoiler: Garrett]]''': Come on, this is me being honest, Phil.
-->'''Coulson''': No, [[spoiler: John]]. This is you being a psychopath.

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-->'''[[spoiler: --->'''[[spoiler: Garrett]]''': Come on, this is me being honest, Phil.
-->'''Coulson''':
Phil.\\
'''Coulson''':
No, [[spoiler: John]]. This is you being a psychopath.



-->'''[[spoiler: Fury]]''': You didn't say he'd gone ''this'' crazy.
-->'''Coulson''': He's definitely taken it up a notch.

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-->'''[[spoiler: --->'''[[spoiler: Fury]]''': You didn't say he'd gone ''this'' crazy.
-->'''Coulson''':
crazy.\\
'''Coulson''':
He's definitely taken it up a notch.
1st Dec '15 8:52:41 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/TheLibrarians2014'': In the Season 1 finale, "And The Loom of Fate", [[BigBad Dulaque]] and [[MissionControl Jenkins]] engage in a sword duel, during which Dulaque expresses his belief that [[HobbesWasRight the world is better off with an iron fist ruling it, since the masses can't do so properly]]. Jenkins responds by pointing out that, contrary to Dulaque's recollections, the old days were chaotic, and then firmly stating that people have earned the right to rule themselves.
-->'''Jenkins''': Really? Wild magic, cruel kings, mad wizards? [[SarcasmMode Yes, it was a]] ''[[SarcasmMode pip!]]''
-->'''Dulaque''': The people need to be ruled by wisdom. [[TotalitarianUtilitarian The stupid, little humans need to be ruled by kings!]]
-->'''Jenkins''': No, no. [[PunctuatedForEmphasis They! Have!]] Earned the right to rule themselves. The time of kings has ''passed!''
13th Nov '15 9:20:26 AM FF32
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* ''{{Blackadder}} Goes Forth'':

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* ''{{Blackadder}} ''Series/{{Blackadder}} Goes Forth'':
30th Sep '15 11:04:15 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Series/PowerRangersRPG'': Summer's reaction to one of Tenaya's typical rants:

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* ''Series/PowerRangersRPG'': ''Series/PowerRangersRPM'': Summer's reaction to one of Tenaya's typical rants:
30th Sep '15 6:22:11 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Series/PowerRangersRPG'': Summer's reaction to one of Tenaya's typical rants:
-->'''Summer:''' Excuse me, my parents are visiting, can we skip all the bad guy bla-bla-bla?
4th Sep '15 5:34:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheNanny'': The episode "Sunday in the Park with Fran", Maxwell Sheffield and C.C. Babcock, his business partner, try to curry favor with theatre critic Frank Bradley by having Maxwell's daughter Gracie go on a play-date with the critic's son, Frank Jr., even though Gracie insists she doesn't like him and Fran supports her. During the play-date, Fran hits Frank Jr. with a baguette because he was bullying Gracie, so Maxwell arranges for a meeting with Frank Sr. for Fran to apologize. But when he becomes incredibly hostile towards Fran, Maxwell decides enough is enough:

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* ''TheNanny'': ''Series/TheNanny'': The episode "Sunday in the Park with Fran", Maxwell Sheffield and C.C. Babcock, his business partner, try to curry favor with theatre critic Frank Bradley by having Maxwell's daughter Gracie go on a play-date with the critic's son, Frank Jr., even though Gracie insists she doesn't like him and Fran supports her. During the play-date, Fran hits Frank Jr. with a baguette because he was bullying Gracie, so Maxwell arranges for a meeting with Frank Sr. for Fran to apologize. But when he becomes incredibly hostile towards Fran, Maxwell decides enough is enough:
30th Jul '15 8:55:29 AM Doogie2K
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-->'''Freedman''': You're a victim too, Flagg, except you're such an example of walking fertilizer, it's hard for me to care.

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-->'''Freedman''': You're a victim too, Flagg, except you're such an example of [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar walking fertilizer, fertilizer]], it's hard for me to care.
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