History WMG / RoyalPains

16th Jul '17 5:04:31 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, Series/{{Burn Notice}}, Series/{{White Collar}} and Series/{{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]
All four shows have similar places on the {{Sliding Scale of Idealism versus Cynicism}} have premises in common, are on the same network, and even have the same director.

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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, Series/{{Burn Notice}}, Series/{{White Collar}} Series/RoyalPains, Series/BurnNotice, Series/WhiteCollar, and Series/{{Covert Affairs}} Series/CovertAffairs are all in the same universe]]
All four shows have similar places on the {{Sliding Scale of Idealism versus Cynicism}} SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism have premises in common, are on the same network, and even have the same director.
28th Apr '15 3:04:33 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, {{Burn Notice}}, {{White Collar}} and Series/{{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]

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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, {{Burn Series/{{Burn Notice}}, {{White Series/{{White Collar}} and Series/{{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]
16th Jul '14 9:35:18 AM Otakukun
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[[WMG: The kid Hank saved in episode 1 will come back]]
It's been more than 3 years in universe, and would be nice.
8th Sep '13 6:32:01 AM Ominae
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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, {{Burn Notice}}, {{White Collar}} and {{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]

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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, {{Burn Notice}}, {{White Collar}} and {{Covert Series/{{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]



* The previews for {{Covert Affairs}} mentions that the main character freelances for the CIA. In the Burn Notice pilot Michael mentions that most operatives don't actually work directly for the CIA. Burn Notice and Royal Pains have already been noted as having similar premises, (guy gets blacklisted by the establishment and privately offers his services). White Collar, Burn Notice and Royal Pains are all we help the helpless shows as well. All the shows except Royal Pains treat the cops as well meaning but bungling. Pains treats them as relatively non-existent.

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* The previews for {{Covert Series/{{Covert Affairs}} mentions that the main character freelances for the CIA. In the Burn Notice pilot Michael mentions that most operatives don't actually work directly for the CIA. Burn Notice and Royal Pains have already been noted as having similar premises, (guy gets blacklisted by the establishment and privately offers his services). White Collar, Burn Notice and Royal Pains are all we help the helpless shows as well. All the shows except Royal Pains treat the cops as well meaning but bungling. Pains treats them as relatively non-existent.
16th Dec '12 10:38:08 PM Otakukun
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*** {{Jossed}} once and for all in "Off-Season Greetings"
14th Jun '12 12:17:45 PM Enjoydamoment
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[[WMG: Hang is so against the Smart Shirts because he feels like they could have saved [[spoiler: Jack.]]]]

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[[WMG: Hang Hank is so against the Smart Shirts because he feels like they could have saved [[spoiler: Jack.]]]]
17th Mar '12 12:35:37 AM PhantomKitty
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** To be fair, Royal Pains is a medical drama with little, if any, focus on crime and espionage so police involve is naturally limited.
23rd Feb '12 3:14:13 AM JET73L
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[[WMG: Hang is so against the Smart Shirts because he feels like they could have saved [[spoiler: Jack]].]]

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[[WMG: Hang is so against the Smart Shirts because he feels like they could have saved [[spoiler: Jack]].]]Jack.]]]]
23rd Feb '12 3:13:15 AM JET73L
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[[WMG: Hang is so against the Smart Shirts because he feels like they could have saved [[spoiler: Jack]].]]
He knows they almost definitely couldn't have, so he attributes his emotional response to the shirts as anger over Evan's actions (he would have made a bigger deal over potentially endangering patients [with tested technology] if he hadn't been lying to himself) and a sudden dislike for the shiny, portable tech and [[MacGyvering unorthodox]] treatment methods. This is just one more example of his survivor's guilt manifesting in what would normally be out-of-character actions rather than him being angry at Evan and the technology in particular.

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17th Aug '11 6:58:35 PM Heroville
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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, {{Burn Notice}}, {{White Collar}} and the new show {{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]

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[[WMG: {{Royal Pains}}, {{Burn Notice}}, {{White Collar}} and the new show {{Covert Affairs}} are all in the same universe]]
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