History YMMV / TheTudors

13th Feb '18 7:47:50 AM culturalrebel
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** It becomes even worse when you remember that Katherine Howard was Anne Boleyn's ''cousin''.
13th Feb '18 7:45:25 AM culturalrebel
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* FridgeBrilliance: Following Katharine of Aragon's death, the last scene of 2.07 sees Anne wearing a beautiful yellow gown, ecstatic that she is once more pregnant. In the time period this show was set in, several historians have discovered that yellow was the color of mourning in Spain. Anne is basically mocking Katharine's death by choosing to wear that gown on the heels of her death.
13th Jan '18 10:55:09 AM nombretomado
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** In one episode Henry passes a poor woodsman on the road and casually confiscates his wife for the night. The wife in question is KatieMcGrath, who was working in the wardrobe department at the time, and played Morgana on ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' and Lena Luthor on ''Series/{{Supergirl}}''.

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** In one episode Henry passes a poor woodsman on the road and casually confiscates his wife for the night. The wife in question is KatieMcGrath, Creator/KatieMcGrath, who was working in the wardrobe department at the time, and played Morgana on ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'' and Lena Luthor on ''Series/{{Supergirl}}''.
11th Nov '17 8:20:23 PM FaeBoleyn
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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.

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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. Although it's implied that Culpepper started out just wanting to bed Catherine, and fell in love in spite of himself. Love changing someone for the better in the most inconvenient situation for it ever in the 1500s?
11th Sep '17 11:06:44 AM Pren
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* HarsherInHindsight: In 2017 Jonathan Rhys-Meyers' wife suffered a miscarriage of their second child, causing a relapse of his drug addiction.
30th Jul '17 11:08:33 AM ArgonianLorekeeper
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* HoYay[=/=]YaoiGuys: The composer Thomas Tallis and William Compton. Later, George Boleyn and Mark Smeaton.
** [[spoiler: BuryYourGays]]: During the Season 2 finale, [[spoiler: George Boleyn and Mark Smeaton are accused of treason/sleeping with Anne Boleyn and are executed.]]

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* HoYay[=/=]YaoiGuys: HoYay: The composer Thomas Tallis and William Compton. Compton.
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Later, George Boleyn and Mark Smeaton.
** [[spoiler: BuryYourGays]]:
Smeaton. During the Season 2 finale, [[spoiler: George Boleyn and Mark Smeaton are accused of treason/sleeping with Anne Boleyn and are executed.]]
10th Jun '17 12:51:39 AM sayaleviathan
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** In one episode Henry passes a poor woodsman on the road and casually confiscates his wife for the night. The wife in question is KatieMcGrath, who was working in the wardrobe department at the time, and is now currently starring as Morgana on ''Series/{{Merlin}}''.

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** In one episode Henry passes a poor woodsman on the road and casually confiscates his wife for the night. The wife in question is KatieMcGrath, who was working in the wardrobe department at the time, and is now currently starring as played Morgana on ''Series/{{Merlin}}''.''Series/{{Merlin}}'' and Lena Luthor on ''Series/{{Supergirl}}''.
9th Apr '17 11:29:04 AM Silverblade2
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23rd Mar '17 11:05:30 PM Cheapsunglasses
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** Francis Dereham repeatedly and loudly brags about his previous relationship with Katherine Howard, heedless of his friend's warnings to keep his mouth shut or he'll be in big trouble. He also blackmails Katherine into giving him a high-ranking job, with neither of them realizing that if he did shoot his mouth off (something he was, for all intents and purposes, doing already), they'd both be screwed. Sure enough, when the truth reaches Henry's ears, Dereham is arrested, tortured, condemned, and subjected to an ''extremely'' CruelAndUnusualDeath.
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.
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