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** [[invoked]] The Battle Creek Reds and Blues, who are two large, deeply idiotic, [[DoesThisRemindYouofAnything constantly respawning armies]] [[{{GIFT}} of jerks]].

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** [[invoked]] The Battle Creek Reds and Blues, who are two large, deeply idiotic, [[DoesThisRemindYouofAnything constantly respawning armies]] [[{{GIFT}} [[InternetJerk of jerks]].

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* GirlOnGirlIsHot: Exploited by Tex, who tells Tucker there are hot girls making out behind him [[LookBehindYou to get him to turn around]].


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* LookBehindYou: Tex gets Tucker to turn around so she can take his sword by saying there are hot girls making out behind him.


--> '''Donut''': We can't! We're out of parts because we overused that joke!

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--> '''Donut''': We can't! We're out of parts because we [[DidntWeUseThisJokeAlready overused that joke!joke]]!


* CharacterizationMarchesOn: A lot of the characters haven't really clicked yet, and a few are far different from who they would end up being.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: A lot of the characters haven't really clicked yet, yet and a few are far different from who they would end up being.haven't really experienced the {{Flanderization}} that allowed them to settle into their familiar persons as and character dynamics.


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** Caboose is just a mildly dim DeadpanSnarker who is almost fully aware of everything happening around him, as opposed to the {{Cloudcuckoolander}} ManChild he's most famous for being.
** Sarge is more of a straightforward DrillSergeantNasty, and a recurring character who is PutOnABus midway through the season.


** Donut starts out as TheOnlySaneMan to Red Team, surprisingly. He's still the NaiveNewcomer and gullible, but he's very professional and far more strait-laced and intelligent than Grif and Simmons, a far cry from the InnocentInnuendo-spewing, [[TheDitz naive-to-the-point-of-stupidity]] TheDandy he would become.

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** Donut starts out as TheOnlySaneMan the OnlySaneMan to Red Team, surprisingly. He's still the NaiveNewcomer and gullible, but he's very professional and far more strait-laced and intelligent than Grif and Simmons, a far cry from the InnocentInnuendo-spewing, [[TheDitz naive-to-the-point-of-stupidity]] TheDandy he would become.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: A lot of the characters haven't really clicked yet, and a few are far different from who they would end up being.
** Donut starts out as TheOnlySaneMan to Red Team, surprisingly. He's still the NaiveNewcomer and gullible, but he's very professional and far more strait-laced and intelligent than Grif and Simmons, a far cry from the InnocentInnuendo-spewing, [[TheDitz naive-to-the-point-of-stupidity]] TheDandy he would become.
** Lopez starts off as a silent enforcer to Sarge, and develops into TheComicallySerious [[UndyingLoyalty who regards the Reds with the highest respect and views their mission as being of the highest importance]], contrasting heavily with the bitingly sarcastic OnlySaneMan bitterly aware of the Reds' idiocy he became.

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* BaitAndSwitchTimeSkip: In episode 39, Grif is locked in a prison cell with Church. By episode 42, he acts like he's an institutionalized long-term convict despite having only been imprisoned for five hours,.

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* FaintInShock: Simmons in Episode 12, upon seeing a teammate's head blow up. He fervently denies this, but a later flashback confirms it.
-->'''Simmons:''' Eek! I'm gonna faint!


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* RealityEnsues: While storming the fortress, Tex decides to turn invisible and take out the "guards" one by one using stealth. While her camouflage prevents her from being seen, it quickly turns out that killing somebody with your own fists is not exactly quiet. Amusingly, [[TheGuardsMustBeCrazy the shouting of the first victim does nothing to alert the rest]] and the plan only fails once Tucker expresses his disbelief.



** Simmons: [[DeadPersonImpersonation He stole Sarge's identity after his death and attempted to resume his life.]] [[RealityEnsues He was then discovered and court-martialed by the Red Army]], and is now currently awaiting execution in a military prison.

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** Simmons: [[DeadPersonImpersonation He stole Sarge's identity after his death and attempted to resume his life.]] [[RealityEnsues He was then discovered and court-martialed by the Red Army]], Army, and is now currently awaiting execution in a military prison.

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* HardTruthAesop: After a hundred episodes, Church takes a moment to reflect on how he's learned that it's wrong to hate people based on arbitrary political or military delineations. Instead you should strive to "despise people on a personal level." While not necessarily a ''great'' moral, it still rings true to an extent in that one should not mindlessly hate just because they were told to.
-->'''Church''': You should hate someone because they're an [[{{Jerkass}} asshole]], or a [[CasanovaWannabe pervert]], or [[TheDandy snob]], or they're [[LazyBum lazy]], or [[DrillSergeantNasty arrogant]] or an [[TheDitz idiot]] or [[InsufferableGenius know-it-all]]. Those are reasons to dislike somebody. You don't hate a person because someone told you to. You have to learn to [[ItsPersonal despise people on a personal level]]. Not because they're Red, or because they're Blue, but because you know them, and you see them every single day, and you can't stand them because they're a complete and total fucking ''douchebag.''

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** Tucker explaining that Junior going "bow chicka bow wow" is genetic. While seemingly being a SharedFamilyQuirks joke, it ultimately hints at [[spoiler:the plan to have Junior fulfill the alien prophecy and become the aliens' overlord, as his genes inherited from Tucker allows him to be the only other person in existence to be able to use the sword.]]


** [[invoked]] "[[KillEmAll Fight! Fight!]]": A [[TooSoon poorly timed comment]] from Sarge prompts a free-for-all that ends with everyone dead.

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** [[invoked]] "[[KillEmAll Fight! Fight!]]": A [[TooSoon poorly timed comment]] comment from Sarge prompts a free-for-all that ends with everyone dead.


* StableTimeLoop: Episodes 50-52. [[spoiler:Subverted. In ''The Recollection'', it's revealed that the entire time loop was just a torture simulation by Gamma. The extra Churchs, however, were due to Gamma's use of the time dilation unit to keep him out of Wyoming's way.]]youc

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* StableTimeLoop: Episodes 50-52. [[spoiler:Subverted. In ''The Recollection'', it's revealed that the entire time loop was just a torture simulation by Gamma. The extra Churchs, however, were due to Gamma's use of the time dilation unit to keep him out of Wyoming's way.]]youc]]


* StableTimeLoop: Episodes 50-52. [[spoiler:Subverted. In ''The Recollection'', it's revealed that the entire time loop was just a torture simulation by Gamma. The extra Churchs, however, were due to Gamma's use of the time dilation unit to keep him out of Wyoming's way.]]


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* StableTimeLoop: Episodes 50-52. [[spoiler:Subverted. In ''The Recollection'', it's revealed that the entire time loop was just a torture simulation by Gamma. The extra Churchs, however, were due to Gamma's use of the time dilation unit to keep him out of Wyoming's way.]]youc

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