History YMMV / CommonLaw

11th Nov '14 6:32:00 PM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: Episode "Hot for Teacher" has a segment that briefly involves a rescue facility for former Fighting Pit-bulls. When Travis and Wes go to arrest a suspect that works there, the suspect orders the dog to 'attack' the detectives. This scene didn't sit well with viewers that are in support of the rehabilitation and public image of pits and terriers. Though it could be viewed as boasting and the dog was never going to attack them in the first place.
30th Nov '13 9:09:38 PM TVRulezAgain
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* {{Complete Monster}}: John Crowl, the villain of [[WhamEpisode "Gun"]]. [[spoiler: He's the leader of a band of {{Corrupt Cop}}'s who killed Travis's and Wes's friend, [[KarmaHoudini got away with it]], but then had to gloat to Travis. This prompted him to nearly go vigilant on him, leading to the {{Noodle Incident}} of Wes pulling his gun on him.]] None of the other villains are played this seriously.



* {{Moral Event Horizon}}: Crowl (see {{Complete Monster}} above) crosses it when he [[spoiler: kills "pacman"]]

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* {{Moral Event Horizon}}: Crowl (see {{Complete Monster}} above) crosses it when he [[spoiler: kills "pacman"]]
16th Apr '13 6:26:16 AM Austin
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* [[WhatTheHellHero What The Hell, Therapy Group?]]: When Wes told the therapy group that he didn't sleep with a woman that he was dating because he found out that she was engaged, they all act like Wes was being an idiot.
8th Jan '13 4:34:17 PM TVRulezAgain
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* {{Complete Monster}}: John Crowl, the villain of [[WhamEpisode "Gun"]]. To elaborate, [[spoiler: he's the leader of a band of {{Corrupt Cop}}'s who killed Travis's and Wes's friend, [[KarmaHoudini got away with it]], but then had to gloat to Travis. This prompted him to nearly go vigilant on him, leading to the {{Noodle Incident}} of Wes pulling his gun on him.]] None of the other villains are played this seriously.

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* {{Complete Monster}}: John Crowl, the villain of [[WhamEpisode "Gun"]]. To elaborate, [[spoiler: he's He's the leader of a band of {{Corrupt Cop}}'s who killed Travis's and Wes's friend, [[KarmaHoudini got away with it]], but then had to gloat to Travis. This prompted him to nearly go vigilant on him, leading to the {{Noodle Incident}} of Wes pulling his gun on him.]] None of the other villains are played this seriously.



* UnfortunateImplications: Episode "Hot for Teacher" has a segment that briefly involves a rescue facility for former Fighting Pit-bulls. When Travis and Wes go to arrest a suspect that works there, the suspect orders the dog to 'attack' the detectives. This scene didn't sit well with viewers that are in support of the rehabilitation and public image of pits and terriers.
** Though it could be viewed as boasting and the dog was never going to attack them in the first place.

to:

* UnfortunateImplications: Episode "Hot for Teacher" has a segment that briefly involves a rescue facility for former Fighting Pit-bulls. When Travis and Wes go to arrest a suspect that works there, the suspect orders the dog to 'attack' the detectives. This scene didn't sit well with viewers that are in support of the rehabilitation and public image of pits and terriers.
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terriers. Though it could be viewed as boasting and the dog was never going to attack them in the first place.
6th Sep '12 9:39:18 AM rage24
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* {{Complete Monster}}: John Crowl, the villain of [[WhamEpisode "Gun"]]. To elaborate, [[spoiler: he's the leader of a band of {{Corrupt Cop}}'s who killed Travis's and Wes's friend, [[KarmaHoudini got away with it]], but then had to gloat to Travis. This prompted him to nearly go vigilant on him, leading to the {{Noodle Incident}} of Wes pulling his gun on him.]] None of the other villains are played this seriously.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Travis and Wes bonding over the dog in "Joint Custody".

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* {{Complete Monster}}: John Crowl, the villain of [[WhamEpisode "Gun"]]. To elaborate, [[spoiler: he's the leader of a band of {{Corrupt Cop}}'s who killed Travis's and Wes's friend, [[KarmaHoudini got away with it]], but then had to gloat to Travis. This prompted him to nearly go vigilant on him, leading to the {{Noodle Incident}} of Wes pulling his gun on him.]] None of the other villains are played this seriously.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Travis and Wes bonding over the dog in "Joint Custody".
seriously.
5th Sep '12 9:52:33 AM rage24
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* {{Moral Event Horizon}}: Crowl (see {{Complete Monster}} above) crosses it when he [[spoiler: kills "pacman"]]
3rd Sep '12 8:03:15 PM rage24
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* {{Complete Monster}}: John Crowl, the villain of [[WhamEpisode "Gun"]]. To elaborate, [[spoiler: he's the leader of a band of {{Corrupt Cop}}'s who killed Travis's and Wes's friend, [[KarmaHoudini got away with it]], but then had to gloat to Travis. This prompted him to nearly go vigilant on him, leading to the {{Noodle Incident}} of Wes pulling his gun on him.]] None of the other villains are played this seriously.
6th Aug '12 9:52:50 PM Bunai
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently it's fine (in fact, encouraged) to sleep with a woman who's engaged to someone else, because you really need to get laid.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently it's fine (in fact, encouraged) to sleep with a woman who's engaged to someone else, because you really need to get laid.laid.
* UnfortunateImplications: Episode "Hot for Teacher" has a segment that briefly involves a rescue facility for former Fighting Pit-bulls. When Travis and Wes go to arrest a suspect that works there, the suspect orders the dog to 'attack' the detectives. This scene didn't sit well with viewers that are in support of the rehabilitation and public image of pits and terriers.
** Though it could be viewed as boasting and the dog was never going to attack them in the first place.
20th Jul '12 8:06:19 PM Bunai
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* {{Moment Of Heartwarming}}: Travis and Wes bonding over the dog in "Joint Custody".

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* {{Moment Of Heartwarming}}: CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Travis and Wes bonding over the dog in "Joint Custody".
17th Jul '12 11:00:08 AM rage24
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* {{Moment Of Heartwarming}}: Travis and Wes bonding over the dog in "Joint Custody".
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