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** Furthermore, Fisk's realization that he is the "ill intent" comes across very much like [[PulpFiction Jules']] realization that he is the "tyranny of evil men."

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** Furthermore, Fisk's realization that he is the "ill intent" comes across very much like [[PulpFiction [[Film/PulpFiction Jules']] realization that he is the "tyranny of evil men."


* ArbitrarySkepticism: Fisk asks if Matt thinks "one man in a silly little costume" can really make a difference in the world. He apparently didn't collect any Captain America trading cards. In all seriousness, Fisk gained his foothold in Hell's Kitchen in part because of the damage from the Chitarui invasion. From his perspective, while heroes might save the world, they haven't done anything about crime, corruption, greed, poverty, and urban decay. That is... until now.

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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Fisk asks if Matt thinks "one man in a silly little costume" can really make a difference in the world. He apparently didn't collect any Captain America trading cards. In all seriousness, Fisk gained his foothold in Hell's Kitchen in part because of the damage from the Chitarui Chitauri invasion. From his perspective, while heroes might save the world, they haven't done anything about crime, corruption, greed, poverty, and urban decay. That is... until now.


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Fisk describes a Samaritan as simply someone who is "from Samaria." This is technically correct, but fails to prove the lesson of the parable. "Samaritans" were a separate branch of Judaism, or more accurately of the Israelite religion, dating back from the split between the Kingdom of Judah and the Kingdom of Israel, and the original point of "The ''Good'' Samaritan" was that the Samaritan helped someone who was not only a stranger, but a stranger he would be neither obligated nor expected to even ''approach''. Then again, Fisk admits to not knowing much of religion.

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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Fisk describes a Samaritan as simply someone who is "from Samaria." This is technically correct, but fails to prove the lesson of the parable. "Samaritans" were a separate branch of Judaism, or more accurately of the Israelite religion, dating back from the split between the Kingdom of Judah and the Kingdom of Israel, and the original point of "The ''Good'' Samaritan" (emphasis added) was that the Samaritan helped someone who was not only a stranger, but a stranger he would be neither obligated nor expected to even ''approach''. Then again, Fisk admits to not knowing much of religion.



** Similarly, Fisk's halfway-through beat-down of Murdock (involving carrying him aloft and bringing him down) is way too reminiscent of Bane's [[{{Comicbook/Knightfall}} "breaking of the Bat"]], as well as its subsequent adaptation in ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises''.

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** Similarly, Fisk's halfway-through beat-down of Murdock (involving carrying him aloft and bringing him down) is way too reminiscent of Bane's [[{{Comicbook/Knightfall}} "breaking of the Bat"]], as well as its subsequent adaptation in ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises''.''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', to be coincidental.



-->'''Fisk:''' I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took ''everything!'' I'M GONNA KILL YOU!\\\
'''Matt:''' [[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\

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-->'''Fisk:''' I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took ''everything!'' I'M GONNA KILL YOU!\\\
YOU!\\
'''Matt:''' [[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\]]\\



* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: Fisk and his cronies are arrested by the FBI and everyone's celebrating ... halfway through the episode. Then the other shoe drops.

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* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: Fisk and his cronies are arrested by the FBI and everyone's celebrating ...celebrating... halfway through the episode. Then the other shoe drops.


* ArbitrarySkepticism: Fisk asks if Matt thinks "one man in a silly little costume" can really make a difference in the world. He apparently didn't collect any Captain America trading cards. In all seriousness, Fisk gained his foothold in Hell's Kitchen in part because of the damage from the Chitarui invasion. From his perspective, while heroes might save the world, they haven't done anything about crime, corruption, greed, poverty, and urban decay. Until now, that is.

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* ArbitrarySkepticism: Fisk asks if Matt thinks "one man in a silly little costume" can really make a difference in the world. He apparently didn't collect any Captain America trading cards. In all seriousness, Fisk gained his foothold in Hell's Kitchen in part because of the damage from the Chitarui invasion. From his perspective, while heroes might save the world, they haven't done anything about crime, corruption, greed, poverty, and urban decay. Until now, that is.That is... until now.

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* CopKiller: Multiple FBI agents and NYPD cops are gunned down by the paramilitary team that are hired to free Fisk from the prison van after he is arrested.


** Back in "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E9SpeakOfTheDevil Speak of the Devil]]]" Fisk responds to Murdock's death threat with the line: "Take your shot." In this episode Fisk threatens to kill Murdock and gets the same line is response.

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** Back in "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E9SpeakOfTheDevil Speak of the Devil]]]" Devil]]" Fisk responds to Murdock's death threat with the line: "Take your shot." In this episode Fisk threatens to kill Murdock and gets the same line is response.


* IronicEcho: Reaching back four episodes, "Take your shot." Reaching back seven episodes, "Not everyone deserves a happy ending." Fisk originally spoke both these quotes in their respective episodes to taunt Matt; the latter eventually repeats them here for similar effect against Fisk.

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* IronicEcho: Reaching back four episodes, "Take your shot." Reaching back seven episodes, ImprovisedWeapon: Fisk uses a piece of rebar during his fight with Murdock.
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** Back in "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E6Condemned Condemned]]" Fisk tells Murdock over the radio that:
"Not everyone deserves a happy ending.ending". After intercepting Fisk's truck, Murdock tells him that what he said was right before repeating the line.
** Back in "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E9SpeakOfTheDevil Speak of the Devil]]]" Fisk responds to Murdock's death threat with the line: "Take your shot.
" In this episode Fisk originally spoke both these quotes in their respective episodes threatens to taunt Matt; kill Murdock and gets the latter eventually repeats them here for similar effect against Fisk.same line is response.



-->'''Fisk:''' I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took ''everything!'' I'M GONNA KILL YOU!
-->'''Matt:''' [[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\

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-->'''Fisk:''' I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took ''everything!'' I'M GONNA KILL YOU!
-->'''Matt:'''
YOU!\\\
'''Matt:'''
[[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\

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* SecretSecretKeeper: Turns out Foggy has known about Matt frequenting Fogwell's Gym for all this time, but just didn't know what Matt's connection to the place was.

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* CallBack: With Karen freaking out and fearing Fisk will find out that she killed Wesley, Matt has to remind her what he promised her about keeping her safe.


* BaitAndSwitchComment: While talking with Matt at the office, Karen looks like she's about to tell Matt that she killed Wesley, but then switches to instead say she fears Fisk will learn about her having been with Ben at the nursing home.



* DirtyCop: One of the FBI SWAT Agents is on Fisk's payroll and kills the other Agent inside their armored van to break Fisk out of custody.

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* DirtyCop: One of the FBI SWAT Agents is on Fisk's payroll and kills the other Agent cop inside their armored van to break Fisk out of custody.



* HesitationEqualsDishonesty: As Leland passes some ledgers over to Fisk, Fisk notices that Leland's hands are trembling. Leland tries to pass this off as shivering due to the cold, only for Fisk to point out that he's also sweating profusely.



* InJoke: "Nelson & Murdock: Avocados at Law." [[CallBack The audience knows what it means]], but Karen is confused.

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* InJoke: "Nelson & Murdock: Avocados at Law." [[CallBack The audience knows what it means]], but Karen is rightfully confused.


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*OverlyNervousFlopSweat: Fisk notices Leland sweating profusely and deduces that Leland is double-crossing him.


* ImprobableAimingSkills: Gets some upgraded batons that finally let him showcase this skill.

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* ImprobableAimingSkills: Gets Matt gets some upgraded batons that finally let him showcase this skill.


* DirtyCop: One of the FBI SWAT Agents is on Fisk's payroll and kills the other Agent inside their armored van to break Fisk out of custody.



'''Matt:''' [[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\

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'''Matt:''' -->'''Matt:''' [[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\


* IronicEcho: Reaching back four episodes, "Take your shot."

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* IronicEcho: Reaching back four episodes, "Take your shot."" Reaching back seven episodes, "Not everyone deserves a happy ending." Fisk originally spoke both these quotes in their respective episodes to taunt Matt; the latter eventually repeats them here for similar effect against Fisk.



-->'''Fisk:''' I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took ''everything!'' I'M GONNA KILL YOU!\\\

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-->'''Fisk:''' I wanted to make this city something better than it is, something beautiful. You took that away from me! You took ''everything!'' I'M GONNA KILL YOU!\\\YOU!
'''Matt:''' [[IronicEcho Take your shot.]]\\\


* BulletproofVest: Matt gets a new armored suit from Melvin Potter. Potter says that the "process" isn't complete, though, and that only the black portions of the suit will stop a bullet and that the red portions (most of the suit) will only stop a knife coming in at certain angles.

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* BulletproofVest: Matt gets a new armored suit from Melvin Potter. Potter says that the "process" isn't complete, though, and that only the black portions of the suit will stop a bullet give the most protection and that the red portions (most of the suit) will only stop a knife coming in at certain angles.


* HeelRealization: Complete with ThenLetMeBeEvil. After being exposed and arrested, Fisk recounts the parable of the Good Samaritan and realizes that he's not the Samaritan who selflessly helped the wounded traveller, but rather the "ill intent" that made those men wound the traveller in the first place.

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* HeelRealization: Complete with ThenLetMeBeEvil. After being exposed and arrested, Fisk recounts the parable of the Good Samaritan and realizes that he's not the Samaritan who selflessly helped the wounded traveller, or the priest or the Levite that both ignored him, or even the "men of ill intent" who wounded him in the first place, but rather the "ill intent" ill intent itself that made those men wound want to attack the traveller in the first place.at all.


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* ThenLetMeBeEvil: After Fisk's HeelRealization above, he immediately decides that he's just fine with being a bad guy, because that's what Hell's Kitchen deserves after (from his perspective) it has actively resisted all of his attempts to "save" it.

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