History YMMV / TheTudors

31st Aug '16 3:49:22 PM Temmere
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Thomas Culpepper is shown to attack a random villager's home, raping her and murdering her husband. While this scene certainly happened in real life, it is completely unrelated to the rest of the show, and is never referred to in any way again.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Thomas Culpepper is shown to attack a random villager's home, raping her and murdering her husband. While this scene certainly happened in real life, it is completely unrelated to the rest of the show, and is never referred to in any way again. It's particularly strange given that Culpepper and Katherine Howard are actually portrayed somewhat sympathetically, as two people who genuinely love each other but are too young and foolish to recognize how dangerous what they're doing is.
31st Jul '15 7:24:31 PM sayaleviathan
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* HilariousInHindsight: Creator/NatalieDormer's character, Anne Boleyn, has a gay brother and is falsely accused for adultery. [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire Maergery Tyrell]], which Dormer [[Series/AGameOfThrones played]] later on, is an {{Expy}} of Anne Boleyn who also has a gay brother and is also charged with adultery, though the latter is only in the [[Literature/AFeastForCrows books]].
16th Jul '15 8:24:25 AM FaeBoleyn
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** Probably the point: Anne of Cleves was considered quite attractive by most people who weren't Henry, and if you look at the portraits by Hans Holbein the Younger, she even looks a bit like Joss Stone. Hence it being about how irrationally temperamental Henry was rather than about her actual attractiveness. In real life, it's quite likely that Henry was more interested by then in pursuing the 16 year old Catherine Howard, and so needed an out from the marriage.

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** Probably the point: Anne of Cleves was considered quite attractive by most people who weren't Henry, and if you look at the portraits by Hans Holbein the Younger, she even looks a bit like Joss Stone. Hence it being about how irrationally temperamental Henry was rather than about her actual attractiveness. In real life, it's quite likely that Henry was more interested by then in pursuing the 16 year old Catherine Howard, and so needed an out from the marriage. As well as a reaction to her lack of attraction to him - understandable given the state of Henry in real life by this point, but obviously a thing he would take umbrage with.
16th Jul '15 8:00:03 AM FaeBoleyn
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** Also, Thomas Cranmer's wife in the dinner scene with Cranmer and Cromwell, telling off the top reformers in England for not moving fast enough, and adding a verbal slapdown to the jokes about her being illegal as well as outspoken, "two reasons to hide her." Her lecture finishes with "Now you can put me back in my box!" aka the box she was mailed to England in, that Cranmer still uses to hide her when traveling around the city.
3rd Apr '15 8:37:58 AM CrimsonZephyr
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** When William Brereton is arrested, the King's men find him stark naked, kneeling before an altar and praying. The guardsmen take it completely in stride, which makes the scene funnier.
28th Feb '15 9:39:25 AM Ciara25
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** Remind us: why was the woman three queens back executed? ''That's'' right, for adultery. And what ''happened'' to the men who were accused of being her lovers? ''They'' were executed too, right again! So, explain to us...''how'' is it a good idea to have mad passionate sex with your lord and master's new trophy wife, and vice versa with the staff?

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** Remind us: us, Katherine Howard, Thomas Culpepper: why was the woman three queens back executed? ''That's'' right, for adultery. And what ''happened'' happened to the men who were accused of being her lovers? ''They'' were executed too, right again! again. So, explain to us...us... ''' ''how'' ''' is it a good idea to have mad passionate sex with your lord and master's new trophy wife, and vice versa with the staff?
3rd Dec '14 7:11:59 PM PanBoleyn
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** Henry's elder daughter Mary is Sleeping Beauty on ''Series/OnceUponATime'' and her suitor in the Season 3 finale is Captain Hook.

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** Henry's elder daughter Mary is Sleeping Beauty on ''Series/OnceUponATime'' and ''Series/OnceUponATime''. Philip of Bavaria, her suitor in the Season 3 finale finale, is Captain Hook.



** NatalieDormer (who played Anne Boleyn) is Margaery Tyrell in ''Series/GameOfThrones''.

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** NatalieDormer (who played Anne Boleyn) is Margaery Tyrell in ''Series/GameOfThrones''. And now Cressida in the Hunger Games film adaptations.
16th Sep '14 3:34:32 PM ChrisDen
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* NatalieDormer (who played Anne Boleyn) is Margaery Tyrell in ''Series/GameOfThrones''.

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* ** NatalieDormer (who played Anne Boleyn) is Margaery Tyrell in ''Series/GameOfThrones''.
12th Sep '14 12:04:12 AM sayaleviathan
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* NatalieDormer (who played Anne Boleyn) is Margaery Tyrell in ''Series/GameOfThrones''.
6th Sep '14 7:30:52 PM pimpdaddy
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Thomas Culpepper is shown to attack a random villager's home, raping her and murdering her husband. While this scene certainly happened in real life, it is completely unrelated to the rest of the show, and is never referred to in any way again.
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