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* In "Evermore," Joe briefly talks shop with a fellow Death Row inmate before the man loses his temper and just starts beating Joe to a pulp. It's a bit of BlackComedy in an otherwise pitch-black episode:
-->'''Big Scary Guy''': So you're an "eye man."
-->'''Joe''': Calling me an "eye man" is like calling Rembrandt a decorator.
-->'''Big Scary Guy''': Who the hell's Rembrandt? ::beatdown::

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* In "A Hostile Witness," Mark (a known serial killer) captures and interrogates Julianna, who exhibits a bit of GenreBlindness:
-->'''Mark''': I'm gonna need you to tell me where Strauss is.
-->'''Julianna''': I can't. He'll kill me.
-->'''Mark''': Oh, wow. [[WhatAnIdiot Are you slow?]] Lady, you're already dead.
* In "Flesh & Blood," the scene where [[spoiler:Theo kills his neighbors Nancy and Bob]] is full of understated BlackComedy:
-->[[spoiler:'''Theo''': Before I forget... [[FauxAffablyEvil I really need my shovel back. Is it in your garage?]]]]
-->[[spoiler:''(Bob nods slightly)'']]
-->[[spoiler:'''Theo''': Thanks. Cindy had her heart set on planting a garden this spring.]]
-->[[spoiler:''(Theo shoots Nancy)'']]
-->[[spoiler:'''Theo''': ''*to Bob*'' Now be honest. Didn't you enjoy that just a little?]]

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* During their EnemyMine situation, Joe asks Ryan if he should be wearing a disguise. Ryan responds by [[KickTheSonOfABitch punching him in the face]] hard enough to bloody his nose, then hands him a towel big enough to cover his face.


* Hardy's efforts to wind up Paul and Jacob are rather darkly hilarious.

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* In "The Fall," Ryan Hardy's efforts to wind up Paul and Jacob are rather darkly hilarious.



* After killing the blonde girl, Mark help himself to her iPod, and is delighted to find that it's loaded with disco songs.

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* After In "Resurrection," after killing the blonde girl, Mark help Heather Clarke, Luke helps himself to her iPod, iPod and is delighted to find that it's loaded with disco songs.


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* In the episode "Guilt," captured cultist Amanda Porter gives the good guys information about herself. Completely useless information, that is.
-->'''Debra:''' Uh, she's a Pisces. Favorite movie is ''The Notebook''. She's an advocate for the death penalty. She believes in creationism over evolution, enjoys '70s soft rock, and hates peanut butter, whole milk, and Anne Hathaway.
* In "Resurrection," Ryan is rather annoyed after he accidentally [[TapOnTheHead knocks Carlos Perez unconscious]].
-->'''Ryan:''' No, no, no. I barely touched you.
* A subtle and perhaps unintentional example: in "Fly Away," both Ryan and Joe (in separate scenes) make similar remarks about Lily.
-->'''Ryan:''' Don't be so melodramatic.
-->''*LATER*''
-->'''Joe:''' Y'know, she's a bit of a drama queen.

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* During a flashback in Season 1, Charlie visits Joe in prison to update him on what Claire's been doing.
-->'''Charlie:''' She went to a Music/CelineDion concert on Friday, with her friend Lisa.
-->'''Joe:''' [[TakeThat Céline Dion?]] [[EvenEvilHasStandards Oh, good God.]]

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** In "The Messenger," Micah tells Joe about the cult's version of Heaven: "It's the ninth planet, just behind Neptune." Joe quietly reacts with a "This guy's cuckoo" face.

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* Just before heading out on a mission, Ryan hugs Max. She accuses him of getting soft. He tells her to shut up.

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* Seeking shelter after the "International House of Psychos" failed to pan out, Joe, Emma, and Mandy end up with the Korban, a supposedly peaceful, "easily influenced" group that turns out to be a full-on, batshit-insane cult that engages in blood rituals.


--> '''Max''': (Shaking off her bruised hand) Aww! That hurt, but it felt so good!

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--> '''Max''': (Shaking off her bruised hand) Aww! Ahh! That hurt, but it felt so good!



** "I am done with you and your international house of psychos."

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** * "I am done with you and your international house of psychos.""
** Meanwhile, Emma is laughing her ass off.

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** "I am done with you and your international house of psychos."

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* Mike whacks Luke in the back of the head with a bat, then hits him in the side, then delivers a FlatWhat at Ryan's shocked expression.


* The fact that Joe, an EvilBrit and ManOfWealthAndTaste, is disguised as a good ol' boy for the first few episodes of season 2. If the UncannyValley effect of mixing his natural personality with an appearance straight out of Duck Dynasty isn't hilarious, his attempts at a thick country accent sure as hell is.

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* The fact that Joe, an EvilBrit and ManOfWealthAndTaste, Joe is disguised as a good ol' boy bearded GoodOlBoy for the first few episodes of season 2. If the UncannyValley effect of mixing his natural personality [[EvilBrit natural]] [[ManOfWealthAndTaste personality]] with an appearance straight out of Duck Dynasty isn't hilarious, his attempts at a thick country accent sure as hell is.

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* The fact that Joe, an EvilBrit and ManOfWealthAndTaste, is disguised as a good ol' boy for the first few episodes of season 2. If the UncannyValley effect of mixing his natural personality with an appearance straight out of Duck Dynasty isn't hilarious, his attempts at a thick country accent sure as hell is.


--> '''Max''': (Shaking off her bruised hand} Aww! That hurt, but it felt so good!

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--> '''Max''': (Shaking off her bruised hand} hand) Aww! That hurt, but it felt so good!

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