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** In the same episode, his horrified look when Lindsay eats the [[spoiler: tempura-battered tarantula]], followed by Mac offering everyone pizza in his office.

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** In the same episode, his horrified look when Lindsay eats the [[spoiler: tempura-battered tarantula]], followed by Mac offering everyone pizza in his office.office (after collecting on a bet he made with Danny about whether or not Lindsay would eat it).


** I dare anyone to watch that now without laughing like crazy. I bet Danny never expected he'd get married in four years.

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** I dare anyone to [[HilariousInHindsight watch that now without laughing like crazy.crazy]]. I bet Danny never expected he'd get married in four years.


-->'''Flack:''' You don't call, you don't write; I was beginning to think you were seeing other detectives.

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-->'''Flack:''' You don't call, you don't write; I was beginning starting to think you were seeing other detectives.detectives, William.

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* "Risk": Flack, Cecil Arthur, and the bread crumbs.


* This is on the subtle side, but Mac's slight eyeroll at Jo's comment that he and Christine should get married and have good-looking blonde kids.



* In the series premiere, "Blink", a suspect swears on his grandmother that he didn't kill his girlfriend. Flack wants to arrest him for swearing on his grandmother.

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* In the series premiere, "Blink", "Blink," a suspect swears on his grandmother that he didn't kill his girlfriend. Flack wants to arrest him for swearing on his grandmother.



* In "Tales from the Undercard", Danny and Flack investigate an apartment that potentially belongs to the VictimOfTheWeek, only for the actual owner to come in while they're searching, clearly baked out of his mind.

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* In "Tales from the Undercard", Undercard," Danny and Flack investigate an apartment that potentially belongs to the VictimOfTheWeek, only for the actual owner to come in while they're searching, clearly baked out of his mind.



* In the premiere "The 34th Floor", Jo is going way crazy with her ability to deduce literally every little detail of the woman she had found dead in the lab, all the while Mac is just sitting there wondering what the hell is going on. He even says this, which tops it off:

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* In the premiere "The 34th Floor", Floor," Jo is going way crazy with her ability to deduce literally every little detail of the woman she had found dead in the lab, all the while Mac is just sitting there wondering what the hell is going on. He even says this, which tops it off:



* "Clue:SI": Someone pranks Lindsay by putting a blue dye on the eyepiece of a microscope. She spends the rest of the episode investigating it as she would an actual crime, suspecting ''everyone''. Eventually, it turns out to be Danny, who had been targeting Adam, only to get Lindsay by accident.
* Lindsay is behaving strangely all throughout "Nine Thirteen", and finally deduces that [[spoiler:she's pregnant again]] and tells Danny. Cue all the other major characters, who were listening in on the conversation, passing money to Sid - with the exception of Jo, they'd already figured out the possibility and placed bets on it, to Lindsay's shock and amusement. Even Christine, who didn't even ''appear'' in this episode, was in on the bet!

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* "Clue:SI": This is on the subtle side, but Mac's slight eyeroll at Jo's comment near the end of "2,918 Miles" that he and Christine should get married and have good-looking blonde kids.
* "Clue: SI":
Someone pranks Lindsay by putting a blue dye on the eyepiece of a microscope. She spends the rest of the episode investigating it as she would an actual crime, suspecting ''everyone''. Eventually, it turns out to be Danny, who had been targeting Adam, only to get Lindsay by accident.
* Lindsay is behaving strangely all throughout "Nine Thirteen", Thirteen," and finally deduces that [[spoiler:she's [[spoiler: she's pregnant again]] and tells Danny. Cue all the other major characters, who were listening in on the conversation, passing money to Sid - with the exception of Jo, they'd already figured out the possibility and placed bets on it, to Lindsay's shock and amusement. Even Christine, who didn't even ''appear'' in this episode, was in on the bet!

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* "Zoo York": During the autopsy scene for Stella and Hawkes's dead debutant, Hawkes takes note of something unusual:
-->'''Hawkes:''' What causes high blood pressure in an eighteen-year-old girl?\\
'''Stella:''' [[DeadpanSnarker Uh]], just about... [[AskAStupidQuestion everything?]]


* "Tanglewood": The Robospanker...it generated a lot of fan jokes.


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* "Hush": The Robospanker... It generated a lot of fan jokes.

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* "Recycling": Right after arresting a man for stabbing a bike messenger, Stella gripes about pedestrian road rage. Just as she finishes her sentence, another bike messenger zips by and nearly runs her over, [[HypocriticalHumor prompting her to curse angrily]].
** This line from Mac (who has just finished a case involving a dog show and a some eccentric human participants):
--->"The more people I meet, the more I think about getting a dog."

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* In the series premiere, "Blink", a suspect swears on his grandmother that he didn't kill his girlfriend. Flack wants to arrest him for swearing on his grandmother.


* In "Nothing for Something", Jo kicks Mac out of the office so he can get some sleep and basically mothers him to get some rest. Even has a humorous moment where Mac asks if Don was gonna give him stuff like milk and cookies and sing him a lullaby. Flack's response?
-->'''Flack:''' The lullaby is weird...but milk and cookies COULD happen.

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* In "Nothing for Something", Something," Jo kicks Mac out of the office a crime scene so he can get some sleep and basically mothers him to get some rest. Even has a humorous moment where Mac asks if Don was gonna give him stuff like milk and cookies and sing him a lullaby. Flack's response?
-->'''Flack:''' The lullaby is thing's a little weird...but milk and cookies COULD happen.



-->'''Jo:''' You need to wear something that says... Well, I don't know ''what'' it should say, but ''that'' ain't it.

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-->'''Jo:''' You need to wear something that says... Well, I don't know ''what'' it should say, but ''that'' ain't isn't it.



-->'''Flack:''' Were you on the Olympic team, or somethin'?!

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-->'''Flack:''' ''[To the suspect]'' Were you on the Olympic team, or somethin'?!


* Lindsay is behaving strangely all throughout "Nine Thirteen", and finally deduces that [[spoiler:she's pregnant again]] and tells Danny. Cue all the other major characters, who were listening in on the conversation, passing money around - they'd already figured out the possibility and placed bets on it, to Lindsay's shock and amusement.

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* Lindsay is behaving strangely all throughout "Nine Thirteen", and finally deduces that [[spoiler:she's pregnant again]] and tells Danny. Cue all the other major characters, who were listening in on the conversation, passing money around to Sid - with the exception of Jo, they'd already figured out the possibility and placed bets on it, to Lindsay's shock and amusement.amusement. Even Christine, who didn't even ''appear'' in this episode, was in on the bet!

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* Lindsay is behaving strangely all throughout "Nine Thirteen", and finally deduces that [[spoiler:she's pregnant again]] and tells Danny. Cue all the other major characters, who were listening in on the conversation, passing money around - they'd already figured out the possibility and placed bets on it, to Lindsay's shock and amusement.


* The episode [[TearJerker "Child's Play"]] was a downer, but it had one very funny scene with Lindsay and Flack going back and forth being ripped off by Laughing Larry as kids. Of note, Flack's tale of buying X-Ray specs to see through girls' clothes.
-->'''Flack:''' The only thing I saw was a nun coming at me with a ruler.

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* The episode [[TearJerker "Child's Play"]] was a downer, but it had one very funny scene with Lindsay and Flack going back and forth being ripped off by Laughing Larry as kids. Of note, Flack's tale of buying X-Ray specs [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior to see through girls' clothes.
clothes]].
-->'''Flack:''' The only thing I ever saw was a nun coming at me with a ruler.


* The episode [[TearJerker "Child's Play"]] was a downer, but it had one very funny scene with Lindsay and Flack going back and forth being ripped off by Laughing Larry. It all culminated in an even funnier scene where Larry squirts Flack's tie. Flack tells him, "Do that again I'll have you brought in for assaulting a police officer."

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* The episode [[TearJerker "Child's Play"]] was a downer, but it had one very funny scene with Lindsay and Flack going back and forth being ripped off by Laughing Larry. Larry as kids. Of note, Flack's tale of buying X-Ray specs to see through girls' clothes.
-->'''Flack:''' The only thing I saw was a nun coming at me with a ruler.
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It all culminated in an even funnier scene where Larry squirts Flack's tie. Flack tells him, "Do that again I'll have you brought in for assaulting a police officer."

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[[folder:Season 9]]
* "Clue:SI": Someone pranks Lindsay by putting a blue dye on the eyepiece of a microscope. She spends the rest of the episode investigating it as she would an actual crime, suspecting ''everyone''. Eventually, it turns out to be Danny, who had been targeting Adam, only to get Lindsay by accident.
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