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* TheComicallySerious: [[CaptainObvious You have to ask]]?

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%% * TheComicallySerious: [[CaptainObvious (This is a Zero Context example. Please do not uncomment until further context has been added.) You have to ask]]?ask?



* SpicyLatina: Teresa.
* TamponRun: With some help.

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* %%* SpicyLatina: Teresa.
%% * TamponRun: With some help.


** TheSmartGuy: Evie
** TheBigGuy: Heather

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** TheSmartGuy: [[TheSmartGuy The Smart Girl]]: Evie
** TheBigGuy: [[TheBigGuy The Big Girl]]: Heather


A 2005 action/comedy film centered around a group of very hot and bubbly University of Texas cheerleaders who inadvertently witness a murder in connection with the shooting of a Texas Ranger. The danger of their situation makes their protection the responsibility of [[TypeCasting gruff, by-the-book Ranger]] and BadassGrandpa Roland Sharp, played by TommyLeeJones. As a cover for his detail, he [[StrangeCopInAStrangeLand moves into the group's sorority house]] under the guise of being their cheerleading coach. HilarityEnsues.

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A 2005 action/comedy film centered around a group of very hot and bubbly University of Texas cheerleaders who inadvertently witness a murder in connection with the shooting of a Texas Ranger. The danger of their situation makes their protection the responsibility of [[TypeCasting gruff, by-the-book Ranger]] and BadassGrandpa Roland Sharp, played by TommyLeeJones.Creator/TommyLeeJones. As a cover for his detail, he [[StrangeCopInAStrangeLand moves into the group's sorority house]] under the guise of being their cheerleading coach. HilarityEnsues.


An action/comedy centered around a group of very hot and bubbly University of Texas cheerleaders who inadvertently witness a murder in connection with the shooting of a Texas Ranger. The danger of their situation makes their protection the responsibility of [[TypeCasting gruff, by-the-book Ranger]] and BadassGrandpa Roland Sharp, played by TommyLeeJones. As a cover for his detail, he [[StrangeCopInAStrangeLand moves into the group's sorority house]] under the guise of being their cheerleading coach. HilarityEnsues.

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An A 2005 action/comedy film centered around a group of very hot and bubbly University of Texas cheerleaders who inadvertently witness a murder in connection with the shooting of a Texas Ranger. The danger of their situation makes their protection the responsibility of [[TypeCasting gruff, by-the-book Ranger]] and BadassGrandpa Roland Sharp, played by TommyLeeJones. As a cover for his detail, he [[StrangeCopInAStrangeLand moves into the group's sorority house]] under the guise of being their cheerleading coach. HilarityEnsues.


--> '''Sharp''': "One thing you'll learn about me is I do not kid, or jest, or joke, or jape, or quip."

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--> '''Sharp''': "One One thing you'll learn about me is I do not kid, or jest, or joke, or jape, or quip."


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* TheComicallySerious: You have to ask?

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* TheComicallySerious: [[CaptainObvious You have to ask?ask]]?


* WoundedGazelleGambit: Exaggerated when Eddie Zane shoots himself in the arm as a cover up for the sniper who inadvertently shot a Texas ranger

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* WoundedGazelleGambit: Exaggerated when [[spoiler: Eddie Zane shoots himself in the arm as a cover up for the sniper who inadvertently shot a Texas rangerranger]].


* TokenMinority: Teresa (Paula Garcés) fills the role of the token Spanish-interjecting Hispanic character, and Anne (Christina Milian) is the token African-American character.

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* TokenMinority: Teresa (Paula Garcés) fills the role of the token Spanish-interjecting Hispanic character, and Anne (Christina Milian) is the token African-American character.character.
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Exaggerated when Eddie Zane shoots himself in the arm as a cover up for the sniper who inadvertently shot a Texas ranger

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* ReallyGetsAround: Heavily implied with Barb.


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* SpicyLatina: Teresa.


* DirtyCop: For the GenreSavvy, getting winged in the arm by a conveniently unseen shooter during a hot pursuit is kind of a red-flag, but [[spoiler: Agent Eddie Zane]] is revealed to be this shortly thereafter. Capt. Nichols seems to be appropriately suspicious, evading his requests for information on the witnesses and asking him pointedly, "How's the arm?"

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* DirtyCop: For the GenreSavvy, getting Getting winged in the arm by a conveniently unseen shooter during a hot pursuit is kind of a red-flag, but [[spoiler: Agent Eddie Zane]] is revealed to be this shortly thereafter. Capt. Nichols seems to be [[GenreSavvy appropriately suspicious, suspicious]], evading his requests for information on the witnesses and asking him pointedly, "How's the arm?"


* DirtyCop: For the GenreSavvy, getting winged in the arm by a conveniently unseen shooter during a hot pursuit is kind of a red-flag, but [[spoiler: Agent Eddie Zane]] is revealed to be this shortly thereafter.

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* DirtyCop: For the GenreSavvy, getting winged in the arm by a conveniently unseen shooter during a hot pursuit is kind of a red-flag, but [[spoiler: Agent Eddie Zane]] is revealed to be this shortly thereafter. Capt. Nichols seems to be appropriately suspicious, evading his requests for information on the witnesses and asking him pointedly, "How's the arm?"

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* DirtyCop: For the GenreSavvy, getting winged in the arm by a conveniently unseen shooter during a hot pursuit is kind of a red-flag, but [[spoiler: Agent Eddie Zane]] is revealed to be this shortly thereafter.


* FIveManBand:

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* FIveManBand:FiveManBand:

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** TheLeader: Anne
** TheLancer: Teresa
** TheSmartGuy: Evie
** TheBigGuy: Heather
** TheChick: Barb
** TeamDad: Sharp

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