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* So are the UnfortunateImplications of being friends with a MysteryMagnet: just imagine how much personal pain, trauma and suffering some of the characters bear, especially Mac and Aunt Prudence.

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* So Such are the UnfortunateImplications of being friends with a MysteryMagnet: just imagine how much personal pain, trauma and suffering some of the characters bear, especially Mac and Aunt Prudence.



** [[spoiler: Also, after Phryne shuts off the steam and is saved by Jack, the Turkish bath house explodes five minutes after they leave. While there were no reported causalities, there had to be some collateral damage.]]

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** [[spoiler: Also, after Phryne shuts off the steam and is saved by Jack, the Turkish bath house explodes five minutes after they leave. While there were no reported causalities, casualties, there had to be some collateral damage.]]


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* The entire premise: a man can run a white slavery ring, smuggle wayward girls out of a convent school, and kill one when she escapes, all without fear of consequences. Why? Because the girls are rejected by society, the school is more interested in discipline than their well being, and he has a prominent figure in the city government to make any police investigation go away.

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* The entire premise: a man can run a white slavery ring, smuggle wayward girls out of a convent school, and kill one when she escapes, all without fear of consequences. Why? Because the girls are rejected by society, the school is more interested in discipline than their well being, being (aside from the school official who's acting as accomplice), and he has a prominent figure in the city government to make any police investigation go away.

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* The entire premise: a man can run a white slavery ring, smuggle wayward girls out of a convent school, and kill one when she escapes, all without fear of consequences. Why? Because the girls are rejected by society, the school is more interested in discipline than their well being, and he has a prominent figure in the city government to make any police investigation go away.


-->''[[spoiler:"Give Miss. Fisher my regards."]]

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-->''[[spoiler:"Give Miss. Miss Fisher my regards."]]

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[[folder:King Memses' Curse]]
* The opening scene where [[spoiler:Murdoch Foyle]] performs an excerebation on one of his victims. The truly horrifying part is he is awake and aware throughout the whole thing.
* The entire scene where [[spoiler:Murdoch Foyle waltzes into Phryne's house, all of her friends lying paralyzed from a drug he slipped into their milk and forced to watch helplessly as he [[AdultFear carries Jane away.]]]]
-->''[[spoiler:"Give Miss. Fisher my regards."]]


* Jane's mother [[spoiler:appears to be quite mad, almost committing suicide. It's implied that it was because of the landlord.]]

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* Jane's mother [[spoiler:appears [[spoiler:suffers from delusions and paranoia, perhaps schizophrenia. She locks Jane in with her in a terrified effort to be quite mad, almost committing "protect" her, and then tries to commit suicide. It's implied not clear if she meant to take Jane with her or if Jane was simply trying to stop her, but either way the situation could easily have led to the deaths of both... especially since Anna's landlord states that it he was trying to get into her apartment because of the landlord.he smelled gas.]]


* An UnfortunateConsequence of MysteryMagnet: just imagine how much personal pain, trauma and suffering some of the characters bear, especially Mac and Aunt Prudence.

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* An UnfortunateConsequence So are the UnfortunateImplications of being friends with a MysteryMagnet: just imagine how much personal pain, trauma and suffering some of the characters bear, especially Mac and Aunt Prudence.

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* An UnfortunateConsequence of MysteryMagnet: just imagine how much personal pain, trauma and suffering some of the characters bear, especially Mac and Aunt Prudence.

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[[folder:Blood and Circuses]]
* [[spoiler:Murdoch Foyle has escaped from prison. Let that sink in for a moment.]]
* [[spoiler:The animal tranquilizer plan, while genius, relied on the bodies not being claimed. Jack says that Foyle's body was claimed (not true), and his mother asked for him to be cremated. This brings up the image of being burnt alive, while not being able to do anything about it.]]


* [[spoiler: Dot almost meets the same fate as Daisy, as does the killer.]]

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* [[spoiler: Dot almost meets the same fate as Daisy, as does the killer.]]]]
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[[folder:Death by Miss Adventure]]
* Daisy gets crushed by the machines. [[GoryDiscretionShot It's not shown in painful detail,]] but the blood all over the factory floor where she died says more than enough.
* [[spoiler: Murdoch Foyle. Even behind bars and in handcuffs, he's quite an unsettling figure.]]
-->[[spoiler: My day of resurrection will come whether you help me or not, Phryne Fisher!]]
* [[spoiler: Dot almost meets the same fate as Daisy, as does the killer.]]


* [[spoiler: Rose's confession that her grandfather first sold her to Mayor Phillips for sexual favors, then Kitty. The way she downplays the full extent of what happened with her and Mayor Philips [[Nausea Fuel ("It only happened once.")]] while leaving out how many times it 'happened' with Kitty is terrifying.]]

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* [[spoiler: Rose's confession that her grandfather first sold her to Mayor Phillips for sexual favors, then Kitty. The way she downplays the full extent of what happened with her and Mayor Philips [[Nausea Fuel [[NauseaFuel ("It only happened once.")]] while leaving out how many times it 'happened' with Kitty is terrifying.]]



* Jane's mother [[spoiler:appears to be quite mad, almost committing suicide. It's implied that it was because of the landlord.]]

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* Jane's mother [[spoiler:appears to be quite mad, almost committing suicide. It's implied that it was because of the landlord.]]]]
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[[folder:Queen of the Flowers]]
* [[spoiler: Rose's confession that her grandfather first sold her to Mayor Phillips for sexual favors, then Kitty. The way she downplays the full extent of what happened with her and Mayor Philips [[Nausea Fuel ("It only happened once.")]] while leaving out how many times it 'happened' with Kitty is terrifying.]]
** [[spoiler: Mayor Philips attempted to make his murders look like suicides. Kitty was killed by forcing her down into the water with his boot, and Rose was forced to write a suicide note and take sleeping pills at gunpoint.]]
* Jane's mother [[spoiler:appears to be quite mad, almost committing suicide. It's implied that it was because of the landlord.]]


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