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* In another example of his heroic nature, Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't a bad guy from the start. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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* In another example of his heroic nature, Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't a bad guy from the start. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome.


* In another example of his heroic nature, Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't such a bad guy from the start. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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* In another example of his heroic nature, Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't such a bad guy from the start. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.


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* In another example of his heroic nature, Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't such a bad guy from the get-go. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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* In another example of his heroic nature, Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't such a bad guy from the get-go.start. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.


* In another example of Kimble's heroic nature, he manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't such a bad guy from the get-go. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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* In another example of Kimble's his heroic nature, he Kimble manages to get the shivved guard out of the bus just before the train hits. He risked his life to save a man he didn't even know from a brutal death, which SHOULD have been a clue to officials that he wasn't such a bad guy from the get-go. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.



** While that moment doesn't seem to be very heartwarming, an offhanded comment Gerard gives to one of his superiors over the phone afterwards does.

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** While that moment doesn't seem to be very heartwarming, an the offhanded comment Gerard gives to one of his superiors over the phone afterwards does.definitely is.


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* In the [[GrandFinale final episode:episode]]:


* "I thought you said you didn't care." "I don't. Don't tell anybody, okay?"

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* "I thought you said you didn't care." "I don't. Don't tell anybody, okay?"


* "I thought you said you didn't care?" "I don't, don't tell anybody okay?"

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* "I thought you said you didn't care?" care." "I don't, don't don't. Don't tell anybody anybody, okay?"


-->'''Kimble:''' (''gestures down to the now unconscious [[spoiler:Nichols]]'') They killed my wife.

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-->'''Kimble:''' (''gestures down to the now unconscious now-unconscious [[spoiler:Nichols]]'') They killed my wife.

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** He saved this guard *twice*. Once from the train, and again by instructing the ambulance crew on his injuries.


* While Copeland was an asshole for not helping Kimble rescue the wounded guard during the derailment, he does help a weak and weary Kimble reach higher ground before going their separate ways.

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* While Copeland was an asshole for not helping Kimble rescue the wounded guard during the derailment, [[PetTheDog he does help a weak and weary Kimble reach higher ground before going their separate ways.ways]].


--> '''Gerard''': Well, Sir, Mr. Copeland was a bad man. He was gonna shoot one of my [[AFatherToHisMen kids]]. (''the man on the other end is still looking for someone to blame'') Well, sir, you can blame me, I'm the one that shot him.

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--> '''Gerard''': Well, Sir, What can I tell you, sir? Mr. Copeland was a bad man. He was gonna shoot kill one of my [[AFatherToHisMen kids]]. (''the man on the other end is still looking for someone to blame'') Well, sir, you can blame me, me. I mean, I'm the one that who shot him.


** [[spoiler:Gerard gives Kimble 24 hours to find out who helped the One-Armed Man jump bail.]]
** [[spoiler:Gerard, after getting shot by the One-Armed Man during the climax, handing Kimble his service revolver and telling him, "Go on."]]

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** [[spoiler:Gerard gives giving Kimble 24 hours to find out who helped the One-Armed Man jump bail.]]
** [[spoiler:Gerard, after getting shot by the One-Armed Man during the climax, handing Kimble his service revolver and telling him, "Go on."]]
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** [[spoiler:When the Narrator says "Tuesday, August 29, 1967. The day the running... ''stopped''."]]

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** [[spoiler:When [[spoiler:Gerard, after getting shot by the Narrator says "Tuesday, August 29, 1967. The day One-Armed Man during the running... ''stopped''.climax, handing Kimble his service revolver and telling him, "Go on."]]
** [[spoiler:In TheTag, Gerard extending his hand to Kimble as he's leaving the courtroom, and Kimble wordlessly shaking it.]]
** [[spoiler:The final bit of narration: ''"Tuesday, September fifth. The day... the running... stopped."'']]


-->'''Kimble:''' (''gestures down to the now unconscious Nickels'') They killed my wife.

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-->'''Kimble:''' (''gestures down to the now unconscious Nickels'') [[spoiler:Nichols]]'') They killed my wife.

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