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* FamousLastWords:
-->'''Spike''': Bang.
** And then for the show itself:
--> '''''YOU'RE GONNA CARRY THAT WEIGHT.'''''

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''You're gonna carry that weight.''


* GoOutWithASmile: If he ''did'' succumbs to his wounds, at least he does this.

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* GoOutWithASmile: If he ''did'' succumbs succumb to his wounds, at least he does this.it smiling.



* RuleOfSymbolism: As the song of the episode ends, we see a star shining brightly and then fade - Spike's (or, alternatively, Vicious's) star.

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* RuleOfSymbolism: As the song of the episode ends, we see a star shining brightly and then fade - -- Spike's (or, alternatively, Vicious's) star.


* BittersweetEnding: Julia is killed in front of Spike's eyes and he ultimately goes to settle things with Vicious. He comes out victorious, but by all appearances mortally wounded, and leaves the Syndicate in shambles and potentially creating a power vacuum. Jet, Faye, Ein and Ed all live but have to suffer Spike's loss.

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* BittersweetEnding: Julia is killed in front of Spike's eyes and he ultimately goes to settle things with Vicious. He comes out victorious, but victorious but, by all appearances mortally wounded, and leaves the Syndicate in shambles and potentially creating a power vacuum. Jet, Faye, Ein and Ed all live but have to suffer Spike's loss.


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* GoOutWithASmile: If he ''did'' succumbs to his wounds, at least he does this.


* FamousLastWords:
-->'''Spike''': Bang.
** And then for the show itself:
--> '''''YOU'RE GONNA CARRY THAT WEIGHT.'''''



* TheLastDance: As with Jet and Udai, this is the final battle between Spike and Vicious when the object of their affection is gone and only the grudge remains, both knowing one will not survive.
* TheLostLenore: Julia ultimately becomes this for Spike.



* FamousLastWords:
-->'''Spike''': Bang.
** And then for the show itself:
--> '''''YOU'RE GONNA CARRY THAT WEIGHT.'''''



* TitleOnlyOpening: Doesn't begin with "Tank", rather just an image of the title before going into the episode proper. The episode likewise ends the same as Jupiter Jazz as the camera pans up into the sky, this time using the song "Blue" to close out.
* TheLastDance: As with Jet and Udai, this is the final battle between Spike and Vicious when the object of their affection is gone and only the grudge remains, both knowing one will not survive.
* TheLostLenore: Julia ultimately becomes this for Spike.

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* TitleOnlyOpening: Doesn't begin with "Tank", rather just an image of the title before going into the episode proper. The episode likewise ends the same as Jupiter Jazz as the camera pans up into the sky, this time using the song "Blue" to close out.
* TheLastDance: As with Jet and Udai, this is the final battle between Spike and Vicious when the object of their affection is gone and only the grudge remains, both knowing one will not survive.
* TheLostLenore: Julia ultimately becomes this for Spike.
out.


* RuleOfSymbolism: As the song of the episode ends, we see a star shining brightly and then fade - Spike's star.

to:

* RuleOfSymbolism: As the song of the episode ends, we see a star shining brightly and then fade - Spike's (or, alternatively, Vicious's) star.

Added DiffLines:

** And then for the show itself:

Added DiffLines:

--> '''''YOU'RE GONNA CARRY THAT WEIGHT.'''''


* BittersweetEnding: Julia is killed in front of Spike's eyes and he ultimately goes to settle things with Vicious. He comes out victorious, but by all appearances mortally wounded, and leaves the Syndicate in shambles and potentially creating a power vacuum. Jet, Faye, En and Ed all live but have to suffer Spike's loss.

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* BittersweetEnding: Julia is killed in front of Spike's eyes and he ultimately goes to settle things with Vicious. He comes out victorious, but by all appearances mortally wounded, and leaves the Syndicate in shambles and potentially creating a power vacuum. Jet, Faye, En Ein and Ed all live but have to suffer Spike's loss.

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* FinalBattle: Spike's raid on the Red Dragon's headquarters.


* StormingTheCastle: Spike does so and practically wipes out the entire Red Dragon by himself (though he does get shot in the arm).

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* StormingTheCastle: Spike does so and practically wipes out the entire Red Dragon by himself (though himself, though he does get shot in the arm).arm.

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[[caption-width-right:350: ''"Bang."'']]


* BittersweetEnding: Julia is killed in front of Spike's eyes and he ultimately goes to settle things with Vicious. He comes out victorious though seemingly dies in the process and leave the Syndicate in shambles and leaderless. Jet and Faye though are alright for the most part but know they'll likely never see Spike again.

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* BittersweetEnding: Julia is killed in front of Spike's eyes and he ultimately goes to settle things with Vicious. He comes out victorious though seemingly dies in the process victorious, but by all appearances mortally wounded, and leave leaves the Syndicate in shambles and leaderless. Jet potentially creating a power vacuum. Jet, Faye, En and Faye though are alright for the most part Ed all live but know they'll likely never see Spike again.have to suffer Spike's loss.



* MutualKill: Possibly. Both Spike and Vicious land fatal blows on each other and Vicious drops like a stone after getting shot, with Spike managing to stay up longer before too succumbing to his wounds. Though it's not clear if he really did die.

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* MutualKill: Possibly. Both Spike and Vicious land fatal blows on each other and Vicious drops like a stone after getting shot, with Spike managing to stay up longer before too succumbing to his wounds. Though it's not clear if he really did die.wounds (apparently).



* PleaseDontLeaveMe: Faye tries to tell Spike this after she recounts how regaining her memories has gotten her nothing in the end, and all she has now is the Bebop, Jet and him. Even pointing a gun at him, however, she knows she can't stop him and lets him go.
* RuleOfSymbolism: As the song of the episode ends, we see a star shining brightly before burning out. A apparent symbol of Spike's "death".

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* PleaseDontLeaveMe: Faye tries to tell convince Spike this after she recounts how regaining to stay at the Bebop by telling him what her resurfacing memories has gotten have gained her nothing in the end, and all she has now is the Bebop, Jet and him. Even i.e. nothing, even pointing a gun at him, however, she knows she can't stop him him. She fails and lets him go.
breaks into sobs.
* RuleOfSymbolism: As the song of the episode ends, we see a star shining brightly before burning out. A apparent symbol of and then fade - Spike's "death".star.



* TitleOnlyOpening: Doesn't begin with "Tank", rather just an image of the title before going into the episode proper. The episode likewise ends the same as Jupiter Jazz as the camera pans up into the sky. Only this time we have the song "Blue" to close out.
* TheLastDance: As with Jet and Udai, this is the final battle between Spike and Vicious as the object of their affection is gone and now only the grudge remains with both knowing one of them is going to end up dead.

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* TitleOnlyOpening: Doesn't begin with "Tank", rather just an image of the title before going into the episode proper. The episode likewise ends the same as Jupiter Jazz as the camera pans up into the sky. Only sky, this time we have using the song "Blue" to close out.
* TheLastDance: As with Jet and Udai, this is the final battle between Spike and Vicious as when the object of their affection is gone and now only the grudge remains with remains, both knowing one of them is going to end up dead.will not survive.


* StormingTheCastle: Spike does so and practically decimate the entire Red Dragons by himself (though does get shot in the arm).

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* StormingTheCastle: Spike does so and practically decimate wipes out the entire Red Dragons Dragon by himself (though he does get shot in the arm).

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