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* IncompatibleOrientation: A rare temporary example; Lowell eats the brain of someone gay, just as his relationship with Liv is heating up. He promises that his next brain will be "ludicrously straight," and discusses the idea of digging up UsefulNotes/WiltChamberlain.


** The title is a allusion to "[[Main/PregnancyTropes Maternity Leave]]".


** The title is a alussion to "[[Main/PregnancyTropes Maternity Leave]]".

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** The title is a alussion allusion to "[[Main/PregnancyTropes Maternity Leave]]".


* MamaBear: Liv gets this from the victim's brain, especially when it comes to the scumbag boyfriend asking him if he knows how to take care of his child.

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* MamaBear: Liv gets this from the victim's brain, especially when it comes to the scumbag boyfriend boyfriend, asking him if he knows how to take care of his child.

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** The title is a alussion to "[[Main/PregnancyTropes Maternity Leave]]".


* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: A reporter criticizes the police captain for devoting all of his resources to the murder of an upper middle class white girl, but none to the missing kids from the skate park. A JustifiedTrope for two reasons: 1) He's the captain of ''homicide'', not missing persons, so for the moment those kids are not his department and 2) it's strongly implied that he's covering up the missing persons for Blaine.

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* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: A reporter criticizes the police captain for devoting all of his resources to the murder of an upper middle class white girl, but none to the missing kids from the skate park. A JustifiedTrope for two reasons: 1) He's the captain of ''homicide'', not missing persons, so for the moment those kids are not his department and 2) it's strongly implied that since he's covering up the missing persons kids for Blaine.

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* RealityEnsues: Major breaks into the Candyman's car and gets arrested by the police.



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* GoneHorriblyWrong: Ravi's experiment with the rats was suppose to yield a cure for zombism, instead we have an intelligent feral zombie who '''broke out of his cage''' to kill the other test subjects.


* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: A reporter criticizes the police captain for devoting all of his resources to the murder of an upper middle class white girl, but none to the missing kids from the skate park. A JustifiedTrope given for reasons: 1) He's the captain of ''homicide'', not missing persons, so for the moment those kids are not his department and 2) it's strongly implied that he's covering up the missing persons for Blaine.

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* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: A reporter criticizes the police captain for devoting all of his resources to the murder of an upper middle class white girl, but none to the missing kids from the skate park. A JustifiedTrope given for two reasons: 1) He's the captain of ''homicide'', not missing persons, so for the moment those kids are not his department and 2) it's strongly implied that he's covering up the missing persons for Blaine.


* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: A reporter criticizes the police captain for devoting all of his resources to the murder of an upper middle class white girl, but none to the missing kids from the skate park. A JustifiedTrope given for two reasons: 1) He's the captain of ''homicide'', not missing persons, so for the moment those kids are not his department and 2) it's strongly implied that he's covering up the missing persons for Blaine.

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* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: A reporter criticizes the police captain for devoting all of his resources to the murder of an upper middle class white girl, but none to the missing kids from the skate park. A JustifiedTrope given for two reasons: 1) He's the captain of ''homicide'', not missing persons, so for the moment those kids are not his department and 2) it's strongly implied that he's covering up the missing persons for Blaine.


** "Look, Movie/{{Beetlejuice}}. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."

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** "Look, Movie/{{Beetlejuice}}.Film/{{Beetlejuice}}. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."


** "Look, {{Beetlejuice}}. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."

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** "Look, {{Beetlejuice}}.Movie/{{Beetlejuice}}. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."


** "Look, [[Movie/Beetlejuice]]. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."

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** "Look, [[Movie/Beetlejuice]].{{Beetlejuice}}. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."

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** "Look, [[Movie/Beetlejuice]]. I don't remember saying your name three times, so stay the hell out of my business."


* WhamEpisode: This is sort of an anti-WhamEpisode. Last episode, Liv and Ravi realized that Blaine was behind the murders at the skatepark. In this episode, he (through the captain of the homicide department), manages to shift the blame over to a random pair of kidnappers by burying the bodies in their back yard, making Liv and Ravi think they were just jumping to conclusions.

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* WhamEpisode: This is sort of an anti-WhamEpisode. Last episode, Liv and Ravi realized that Blaine was behind the murders at the skatepark. In this episode, he (through the captain of the homicide department), department) manages to shift the blame over to a random pair of kidnappers by burying the bodies in their back yard, making Liv and Ravi think they were just jumping to conclusions.

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