History TearJerker / BatmanBeyond

21st Sep '17 3:58:37 PM Stealth
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** It seems almost out of place for a man as CrazyPrepared as Bruce Wayne to have overextended himself like that... but consider who it was that usually ''kept'' him from overextending himself. Alfred is obvious by his absence, and the major part he played in Bruce's life is all too clear.
28th Jun '17 5:57:41 PM BlindJustice-2515
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* The kids who fell victim to Spellbinder's VR chambers in "Hooked Up." Especially the sweet innocent girl Jessie. Unlike Donny, whose fantasy was rather predictable for a kid his age. Jessie's "perfect" life seems almost ordinary by comparison. The one thing that would make her most happy? Working at a fast food restaurant, where her manager (a rather geeky-looking but adorable guy named Wendell) asked her to marry him.

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* The kids who fell victim to Spellbinder's VR chambers in "Hooked Up." Especially the sweet innocent girl Jessie. Unlike Donny, whose fantasy was rather predictable for a kid his age. Jessie's "perfect" life seems almost ordinary by comparison. The one thing that would make her most happy? Working at Going on a fast food restaurant, where her manager (a rather romantic date with Wendell, the geeky-looking but adorable guy named Wendell) asked her manager of the fast food restaurant where she works, ending with him proposing to marry him.her.
1st Apr '17 2:56:58 PM dianakingston
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** Made worse by the earlier scene with the musical: Bruce's grumpy reaction seems to be played for laughs until you realize the first two scenes feature Robin, Two-Face, Catwoman, Jim Gordon - people Bruce cared for who are either dead or long gone from his life.
28th Feb '17 10:09:27 AM Dere
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* April Moon: [[spoiler: The reveal that April had betrayed Dr. Corso and was cheating on him with the gang leader and helping him blackmail her husband.]]
3rd Feb '17 7:50:45 PM Dravencour
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** [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at the end of the episode after helping to liberate his wrongly treated fellow detainees. Rather than let Dr. Wheeler get hauled off to jail with his staff, Sean tries to murder him in revenge by throwing him off the roof, forcing Batman to save him and dooming Sean's chances at a normal life and future]].

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** [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at the end of the episode after helping to liberate his wrongly treated fellow detainees. Rather than let Dr. Wheeler get hauled off to jail with his staff, Sean tries to murder him in revenge by throwing him off the roof, a high wall, forcing Batman to save him and dooming Sean's chances at a normal life and future]].
1st Feb '17 10:12:00 AM rememberthehood1941
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* Willie Watt from "Golem" had been bullied for most of his life, including by his own father. [[spoiler: Is it ever any wonder why he snapped and went after those that hurt him, providing a heartbreaking look into the damages bullying does?]]
31st Jan '17 5:12:24 PM rememberthehood1941
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** In the first few minutes, the Terrific Trio saves a family stuck in a hostage situation. Magma, the Thing Expy, crushes a bomb with his hand, saving the family. Afterwards, the wife and little girl are led out. When the girl (who had the bomb strapped closest to her) sees Magma, she screams "Get him away from me!". Magma's discussion afterwards is just heartbreaking.
--> '''Magma''': Did you see the way she looked at me?
31st Jan '17 4:33:27 PM rememberthehood1941
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** [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped The whole episode]] doesn't shy away from the devastating effects of addiction on not just the addict but for loved ones of addicts. Terry's pain and guilt at more or less leading Max into the mess she's in ring home for those who have loved ones battling addiction.
24th Jan '17 4:03:44 PM Dravencour
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** [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at the end of the episode after helping to liberate his wrongly treated inmates, trying to murder Dr. Wheeler rather than let him get hauled off to jail and forcing Batman to save him]].

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** [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at the end of the episode after helping to liberate his wrongly treated inmates, trying to murder fellow detainees. Rather than let Dr. Wheeler rather than let him get hauled off to jail and with his staff, Sean tries to murder him in revenge by throwing him off the roof, forcing Batman to save him]].him and dooming Sean's chances at a normal life and future]].
24th Jan '17 3:59:53 PM Dravencour
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** Such as [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at the end of the episode after helping to liberate his wrongly treated inmates]].
** Or when Chelsea describes what "ISO" is; total sensory deprivation (no light, no sound, no company, nothing) and when she starts to describe its effects on her, her voice cracks, the tears start, and all she can do is beg Terry to get her out of there. Seeing the bubbly Chelsea reduced to this is shocking as well as heartbreaking, and makes her refusal to immediately forgive her father for sending her there much more understandable.

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** Such as [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at When Chelsea first arrives, she notices a friend of hers, Adam Stepnik, who was an amazing artist who loved to paint, but was sent to the end Ranch for painting on other people's walls. When Chelsea tries to talk to him, he's completely unresponsive, reduced to "painting" with a dry brush over a clean canvas because of the episode after helping to liberate many ISO treatments he underwent.
** When Terry infiltrates the clinic and finds Chelsea again, the bags under her eyes are
his wrongly treated inmates]].
** Or when
first clue that something is very wrong. Chelsea describes what "ISO" is; total sensory deprivation (no light, no sound, no company, nothing) and when she starts to describe its effects on her, her voice cracks, the tears start, and all she can do is beg Terry to get her out of there. Seeing the bubbly Chelsea reduced to this is shocking as well as heartbreaking, and makes her refusal to immediately forgive her father for sending her there much more understandable.understandable.
** [[spoiler:Sean Miller's RedemptionRejection at the end of the episode after helping to liberate his wrongly treated inmates, trying to murder Dr. Wheeler rather than let him get hauled off to jail and forcing Batman to save him]].
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