History TearJerker / DuckDodgers

3rd Apr '18 6:28:44 AM DaFlabbagasta
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3rd Mar '18 10:09:25 AM LimeTH
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** To make matters worse, when Cadet tells him there are no Methane Farms on Uranus and he's been duped out his engagement, Dodgers is **pissed.**

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** To make matters worse, when Cadet tells him there are no Methane Farms on Uranus and he's been duped out his engagement, Dodgers is **pissed.**''pissed.''
3rd Mar '18 10:09:01 AM LimeTH
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** To make matters worse, when Cadet tells him there are no Methane Farms on Uranus and he's been duped out his engagement, Dodgers is _pissed._

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** To make matters worse, when Cadet tells him there are no Methane Farms on Uranus and he's been duped out his engagement, Dodgers is _pissed._**pissed.**
3rd Mar '18 10:08:47 AM LimeTH
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** To make matters worse, when Cadet tells him there are no Methane Farms on Uranus and he's been duped out his engagement, Dodgers is _pissed._
8th Apr '17 10:47:17 AM MarkLungo
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* Commander X-2 being dumped by the Martian Queen at their wedding in the season three premiere when Tyr'ahnee decides that her heart still belongs to Dodgers. It's especially heartbreaking because the Martian Queen's response to Duck Dodgers continuing to reject her affections is to revoke the peace treaty Mars made with Earth at the end of season two.

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* Commander X-2 being dumped by the Martian Queen at their wedding in the season three premiere when Tyr'ahnee decides that her heart still belongs to Dodgers. It's especially heartbreaking because the Martian Queen's response to Duck Dodgers continuing to reject her affections is to revoke the peace treaty Mars made with Earth at the end of season two.two.
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9th Aug '16 7:00:33 AM CaptainTedium
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* Commander X-2 being jilted by the Martian Queen at their wedding in the season three premiere when Tyr'ahnee decides that her heart still belongs to Dodgers. It's especially heartbreaking because the Martian Queen's response to Duck Dodgers continuing to reject her affections is to revoke the peace treaty Mars made with Earth at the end of season two.

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* Commander X-2 being jilted dumped by the Martian Queen at their wedding in the season three premiere when Tyr'ahnee decides that her heart still belongs to Dodgers. It's especially heartbreaking because the Martian Queen's response to Duck Dodgers continuing to reject her affections is to revoke the peace treaty Mars made with Earth at the end of season two.
9th Aug '16 6:59:29 AM CaptainTedium
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* The second-to-last scene in "The Fowl Friend." Doesn't really help that it's a word-for-word ShoutOut to [[WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant the Giant's]] HeroicSacrifice. After Roboto flies into the meteor and destroys it and himself, the scene turns into MoodWhiplash when Dodgers says, "I sure hope that table holds."

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* The second-to-last scene in "The Fowl Friend." Doesn't really help that it's a word-for-word ShoutOut to [[WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant the Giant's]] HeroicSacrifice. After Roboto flies into the meteor and destroys it and himself, the scene turns into MoodWhiplash when Dodgers says, "I sure hope that table holds.""
* Commander X-2 being jilted by the Martian Queen at their wedding in the season three premiere when Tyr'ahnee decides that her heart still belongs to Dodgers. It's especially heartbreaking because the Martian Queen's response to Duck Dodgers continuing to reject her affections is to revoke the peace treaty Mars made with Earth at the end of season two.
3rd Jan '15 7:36:26 PM LBHills
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* In "Duck Departure", an understandably frustrated Dodgers informs allies and enemies alike in the middle of a confrontation that he's had enough and quits, that he's going to ply his skills elsewhere. The response of his archenemies, his colleagues, and the Martian Queen, who had just called to inform Dodgers that she was taking him back, is to laugh in his face. Think about it, even the one woman who actually sees him as a romantic interest doesn't think he's all that capable.

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* In "Duck Departure", an understandably frustrated Dodgers informs allies and enemies alike in the middle of a confrontation that he's had enough and quits, that he's going to ply his skills elsewhere. The response of his archenemies, his colleagues, and the Martian Queen, who had just called to inform Dodgers that she was taking him back, is to laugh in his face.an incredulous ''"Skills?!"'' and gales of laughter. Think about it, even the one woman who actually sees him as a romantic interest doesn't think he's all that capable.
19th Dec '14 1:49:33 PM LBHills
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** Later in the same episode, she has a chance to take a clear shot at Dodger's ship and finish him off once and for all. But she hesitates, unable to do it. To make the situation even worse, rather than use the realization of her compassion to mend fences, [[JerkAss Dodger's sees her love as a tactical advantage and cripples her ship.]]

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** Later in the same episode, she has a chance to take a clear shot at Dodger's ship and finish him off once and for all. But she hesitates, unable to do it. To make the situation even worse, rather than use the realization of her compassion to mend fences, [[JerkAss Dodger's Dodgers sees her love as a tactical advantage and cripples her ship.]]
15th Apr '13 9:09:44 AM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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* In "Duck Departure", an understandably frustrated Dodgers informs allies and enemies alike in the middle of a confrontation that he's had enough and quits, that he's going to ply his skills elsewhere. The response of his archenemies, his colleagues, and the Martian Queen, who had just called to inform Dodgers that she was taking him back, is to laugh in his face. Think about it, even the one woman who actually sees him as a romantic interest doesn't think he's all that capable.

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* In "Duck Departure", an understandably frustrated Dodgers informs allies and enemies alike in the middle of a confrontation that he's had enough and quits, that he's going to ply his skills elsewhere. The response of his archenemies, his colleagues, and the Martian Queen, who had just called to inform Dodgers that she was taking him back, is to laugh in his face. Think about it, even the one woman who actually sees him as a romantic interest doesn't think he's all that capable.capable.
* The second-to-last scene in "The Fowl Friend." Doesn't really help that it's a word-for-word ShoutOut to [[WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant the Giant's]] HeroicSacrifice. After Roboto flies into the meteor and destroys it and himself, the scene turns into MoodWhiplash when Dodgers says, "I sure hope that table holds."
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