Awesome: Manhattan

From the television series:

  • In "A New Approach to Nuclear Cosmology", Frank forces Charlie Isaacs to recant his offhand remark about the connection between Babbit and a defector to the USSR by proving to Isaac's face that he knew about a plagiarized portion of Charlie's paper.
  • In "The Understudy", Frank realizes that you can invert explosive shockwaves and get the implosion effect he's been trying to figure out. Ironically, from the same paper Charles plagiarized a line of argument from.
  • In "Tangiers, Charlie not only bluffs Lancefield into folding in poker, but then beats him for sexually assaulting Abby.

From the Woody Allen film:

  • The brilliant ending, culminating with Tracy saying, "Not everyone gets corrupted", and the shot of Woody Allen's doubtful smiling face, followed by the dramatic New York City sunset.