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20th Aug '17 12:28:34 AM DrOO7
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* StrangledByTheRedString: Bishop and Qasim. Their relationship gets a grand total of three episodes--one to establish that they're dating, one to kill him off, and one to tell us their story via flashbacks. It's not enough to give any emotional impact. Not to mention that the time frame of their relationship makes it implausible that they could have been together long enough to be considering marriage.
10th Aug '17 4:43:32 PM Maddoxsort
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* FandomHeresy: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=], a fan of the show, [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and movie cultist Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]

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* FandomHeresy: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=], a fan of the show, [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait [[TakeThat and movie cultist Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]] [[InternetBackdraft Yeah, the Whovians didn't like that.]]
10th Aug '17 4:42:34 PM Maddoxsort
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* FandomHeresy: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]

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* FandomHeresy: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=] [=McGee=], a fan of the show, [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and movie cultist Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]
10th Aug '17 4:41:01 PM Maddoxsort
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* TakeThatFandom: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]

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* TakeThatFandom: FandomHeresy: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]
10th Aug '17 4:39:10 PM Maddoxsort
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* FanDumb: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]

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* FanDumb: TakeThatFandom: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [=McGee=] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]
10th Aug '17 4:38:17 PM Maddoxsort
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* FanDumb: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [[=McGee=]] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]

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* FanDumb: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [[=McGee=]] [=McGee=] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]
10th Aug '17 4:37:58 PM Maddoxsort
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* FanDumb: Regarding an ill-conceived reference to ''Series/DoctorWho''. We have [[=McGee=]] [[IAmNotShazam calling the Doctor]] [[FandomBerserkButton "Doctor Who"]] [[FlameBait and Tony condescendingly asking who watches that show.]]
2nd Aug '17 7:06:16 AM thattroper
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* ValuesDissonance: As cited in the "harsher" post, the team's attitude in "Dead Man Talking" (an episode released in 2004) regarding the woman who turns out to be a pre-op transsexual, as well as the killer they're looking for comes off pretty transphobic nowadays--continually referring to her as a "guy", or with male pronouns, even as a "he-she" (which some consider a slur these days). In particular, Gibbs' snark about "adding that misdemeanor to the murder charge", regarding the woman having used the female restroom, is especially cringeworthy given the ongoing bathroom controversies. And Kate seems far more aghast at "Tony being on a date with a guy!", rather than Tony being on a date with, you know, a '''''murderer''''' who killed one of their fellow agents and was likely going to kill Tony as well. Not to mention that the guy likely didn't transition because of identifying as a woman, but as of the ultimate disguise to get away with his crimes. Lending to the unfortunate implication that transgender people are somehow "bad" or "evil".

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* ValuesDissonance: As cited in the "harsher" post, the team's attitude in "Dead Man Talking" (an episode released in 2004) regarding the woman who turns out to be a pre-op transsexual, as well as the killer they're looking for comes off pretty transphobic nowadays--continually referring to her as a "guy", or with male pronouns, even as a "he-she" (which some consider a slur these days). In particular, Gibbs' snark about "adding that misdemeanor to the murder charge", regarding the woman having used the female restroom, is especially cringeworthy given the ongoing bathroom controversies. And Kate seems far more aghast at "Tony being on a date with a guy!", rather than Tony being on a date with, you know, a '''''murderer''''' who killed one of their fellow agents and was likely going to kill Tony as well. Not to mention that the guy murderer likely didn't transition because of identifying as a woman, but as of the ultimate disguise to get away with his their crimes. Lending to the unfortunate implication that transgender people are somehow "bad" or "evil".
1st Aug '17 11:22:17 AM JJHIL325
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** In "Dead Air", a RenegadeSplinterFaction of "Military At Home" (a social group who believes that America should focus on their own problems instead of being the world's police) targets a high-school softball game which has the daughters of high-profile government officials as players ([[spoiler:Thankfully, the team managed to clear everybody out of the baseball field before the bomb went off]]). Seven years after the episode first aired, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Congressional_baseball_shooting a Left-Wing activist shot up the practice game of the Congressional Baseball Game for Charity]].

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** In "Dead Air", a RenegadeSplinterFaction of "Military At Home" (a social group based in Alexandria, Virgina, who believes believe that America should focus on their own problems instead of being the world's police) targets a high-school softball game which has the daughters of high-profile government officials as players ([[spoiler:Thankfully, the team managed to clear everybody out of the baseball field before the bomb went off]]). Seven years after the episode first aired, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Congressional_baseball_shooting a Left-Wing activist shot up the practice game of the Congressional Baseball Game for Charity]].Charity]], which was held in Alexandria.
28th Jul '17 11:28:18 AM DrOO7
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** "Dead Man Talking" The team's attitude regarding the woman who turns out to be a pre-op transsexual, as well as the killer they're looking for comes off pretty transphobic nowadays--continually referring to her as a "guy", or with male pronouns, even as a "he-she" (which some consider a slur these days). In particular, Gibbs' snark about "adding that misdemeanor to the murder charge", regarding the woman having used the female restroom, is especially cringeworthy after the bathroom controversies of 2016.

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** "Dead Man Talking" The team's attitude regarding the woman who turns out to be a pre-op transsexual, as well as the killer they're looking for comes off pretty transphobic nowadays--continually referring to her as a "guy", or with male pronouns, even as a "he-she" (which some consider a slur these days). In particular, Gibbs' snark about "adding that misdemeanor to the murder charge", regarding the woman having used the female restroom, is especially cringeworthy after given the ongoing bathroom controversies of 2016.controversies.



* ValuesDissonance: As cited in the "harsher" post, the team's attitude in "Dead Man Talking" (an episode released in 2004) regarding the woman who turns out to be a pre-op transsexual, as well as the killer they're looking for comes off pretty transphobic nowadays--continually referring to her as a "guy", or with male pronouns, even as a "he-she" (which some consider a slur these days). In particular, Gibbs' snark about "adding that misdemeanor to the murder charge", regarding the woman having used the female restroom, is especially cringeworthy after the bathroom controversies of 2016. And Kate seems far more aghast at "Tony being on a date with a guy!", rather than Tony being on a date with, you know, a '''''murderer''''' who killed one of their fellow agents and was likely going to kill Tony as well. Not to mention that the guy likely didn't transition because of identifying as a woman, but as of the ultimate disguise to get away with his crimes. Lending to the unfortunate implication that transgender people are somehow "bad" or "evil".

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* ValuesDissonance: As cited in the "harsher" post, the team's attitude in "Dead Man Talking" (an episode released in 2004) regarding the woman who turns out to be a pre-op transsexual, as well as the killer they're looking for comes off pretty transphobic nowadays--continually referring to her as a "guy", or with male pronouns, even as a "he-she" (which some consider a slur these days). In particular, Gibbs' snark about "adding that misdemeanor to the murder charge", regarding the woman having used the female restroom, is especially cringeworthy after given the ongoing bathroom controversies of 2016.controversies. And Kate seems far more aghast at "Tony being on a date with a guy!", rather than Tony being on a date with, you know, a '''''murderer''''' who killed one of their fellow agents and was likely going to kill Tony as well. Not to mention that the guy likely didn't transition because of identifying as a woman, but as of the ultimate disguise to get away with his crimes. Lending to the unfortunate implication that transgender people are somehow "bad" or "evil".
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