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* Carolyn's idea to send Arthur to look after Martin's mother for the day is brilliant in its simplicity: "Your mother, from the sound of it, represents the immovable force of someone who needs help, but does not want to be helped. Well, we have at our disposal, so we not, the irresistable force of someone who loves helping and doesn't really notice whether people want him or not?" Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, both because she's essentially doing this to help Martin in a stressful time -- and because it turns out Arthur gets on famously with Martin's mother.

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* Carolyn's idea to send Arthur to look after Martin's mother for the day is brilliant in its simplicity: "Your mother, from the sound of it, represents the immovable force of someone who needs help, but does not want to be helped. Well, we have at our disposal, so we not, the irresistable force of someone who loves helping and doesn't really notice whether people want him or not?" Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, both because she's essentially doing this to help Martin in a stressful time -- and because it turns out Arthur gets on famously with Martin's mother.

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* Carolyn's idea to send Arthur to look after Martin's mother for the day is brilliant in its simplicity: "Your mother, from the sound of it, represents the immovable force of someone who needs help, but does not want to be helped. Well, we have at our disposal, so we not, the irresistable force of someone who loves helping and doesn't really notice whether people want him or not?" Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming, both because she's essentially doing this to help Martin in a stressful time -- and because it turns out Arthur gets on famously with Martin's mother.


* MJN's escape from Douz Airfield not only creams the thieving airport manager, it is also one of the most magnificent escapes ever carried out by a dilapidated sixteen-seat aeroplane.

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* MJN's escape from Douz Airfield not only creams the thieving airport manager, it is also one of the most magnificent escapes ever carried out by a dilapidated sixteen-seat aeroplane. To make it even better, it comes about because of Douglas's copious experience, a pep talk from Carolyn, a brainwave from Martin and an actual ''good idea'' from Arthur.


* Martin realizes that [[spoiler: he's been a great pilot all along and has only been hampered because GERTI was weighed down by gold wiring.]]

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* Martin realizes that [[spoiler: he's been a great pilot all along and has only been hampered because GERTI was weighed down by gold wiring.]]]]
* Carolyn firmly establishes her Alpha Dog status with Herc by saying, [[spoiler: "I love you Herc; but ''Douglas'' will be captain."]]


* Arthur shouting down his dad in ''Zurich'' and [[spoiler: figuring out that he's lying about why he wants GERTI back.]]

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* Arthur shouting down his dad in ''Zurich'' and [[spoiler: figuring out that he's lying about why he wants GERTI back.]]
* Martin realizes that [[spoiler: he's been a great pilot all along and has only been hampered because GERTI was weighed down by gold wiring.
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* Douglas' scheme in [[GrandFinale "Zurich"]] to save GERTI from Gordon Shappey. [[spoiler: Before the divorce, Gordon had replaced all of the copper in GERTI's wiring with gold, and that's why she was so valuable. Douglas figures it out in the nick of time and the amount of money that the gold is worth is enough to keep MJN/OJS from going bankrupt.]]

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* Douglas' scheme in [[GrandFinale "Zurich"]] to save GERTI from Gordon Shappey. [[spoiler: Before the divorce, Gordon had replaced all of the copper in GERTI's wiring with gold, and that's why she was so valuable. Douglas figures it out in the nick of time and the amount of money that the gold is worth is enough to keep MJN/OJS from going bankrupt.]]
* Arthur shouting down his dad in ''Zurich'' and [[spoiler: figuring out that he's lying about why he wants GERTI back.
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* Douglas and Carolyn one-upping Simon Crieff with their tales of Martin (especially the, uh, souped-up version of the landing in St. Petersburg) arguably count. Especially because of Martin's exhilaration at the end.

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* Douglas and Carolyn one-upping Simon Crieff with their tales of Martin (especially the, uh, souped-up version of the landing in St. Petersburg) arguably count. Especially because of Martin's exhilaration at the end.end.
* Douglas' scheme in [[GrandFinale "Zurich"]] to save GERTI from Gordon Shappey. [[spoiler: Before the divorce, Gordon had replaced all of the copper in GERTI's wiring with gold, and that's why she was so valuable. Douglas figures it out in the nick of time and the amount of money that the gold is worth is enough to keep MJN/OJS from going bankrupt.]]


** -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.

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** -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.


** -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\

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** -->'''John **-->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\


** -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.

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** -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\


** -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.

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** -->'''John **-->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.


** '''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.

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** '''John -->'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.


** '''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\

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** '''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\


--> '''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\

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--> '''John **'''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\

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--> '''John Finnemore:''' Also, if you insult any of the crew, Arthur will defend them. But if you insult his Mum, he will throw seventy-five Euros of mainly chocolate thing at you.\\

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