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* ByTheBookCop: Alexandra's brother Antoine. He always follows procedures, and Alex is always one step ahead of him in investigations as a result. That his sister ''doesn't'' follow the procedures annoys him to no end and causes him troubles with his hierarchy more than once, although he always ends up letting her proceed.


Théo quickly finds out that Alexandra doesn't like to limit herself to working in her forensic lab and investigates cases in the field without authorization, much to her brother's chagrin.

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Théo quickly finds out that Alexandra doesn't like to limit herself to working in her forensic lab and investigates lab, she always jumps in to investigate cases in the field without authorization, much to her brother's chagrin.


Alexandra "Alex" Ehle (Creator/JulieDepardieu) is a red-headed thanatologist who studies corpses (including cut off limbs) of murdered people at the forensic institute of Bordeaux. She's brilliant but quirky and stubborn, and has to work with a young trainee, Théo Durrel (Xavier Guelfi). The police officer she collaborates with happens to be her brother Antoine. Théo quickly finds out that Alexandra doesn't like to limit herself to working in her forensic lab and investigates cases in the field without authorization, much to her brother's chagrin.

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Alexandra "Alex" Ehle (Creator/JulieDepardieu) is a red-headed thanatologist who studies corpses (including cut off limbs) of murdered people at the forensic institute of Bordeaux. She's brilliant but quirky and stubborn, and has to work with a young trainee, Théo Durrel (Xavier Guelfi). The police officer she collaborates with happens to be her brother Antoine. Antoine.

Théo quickly finds out that Alexandra doesn't like to limit herself to working in her forensic lab and investigates cases in the field without authorization, much to her brother's chagrin.


* DaChief: Antoine's boss reprimands him in the second episode, specifically because the fact that Alexandra borrowed a card of his for a BavarianFireDrill attracted a ruthless bureaucratic hunter of {{Dirty Cop}}s from the IGPN.

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* DaChief: Antoine's boss reprimands him in the second episode, specifically because the fact that Alexandra borrowed a card of his for a BavarianFireDrill attracted a ruthless bureaucratic hunter of {{Dirty Cop}}s from the IGPN.IGPN (the general inspection of French police services).


* PopUpTexting: Messages pop up onscreen whenever people type short messages, such as in the first episode with Alexandra and the lifeguard she dates.

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* PopUpTexting: Messages In the first episode, messages pop up onscreen whenever people type short messages, such as in the first episode with when Alexandra and texts the lifeguard she dates.


* OverworkedSleep: How Alexandra is introduced, sleeping in her forensic lab and being awakened by Théo. She still has blood on her medical gloves when shaking his hand. It's later revealed to be a habit of hers.

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* OverworkedSleep: How Alexandra is introduced, sleeping in her forensic lab and being awakened by Théo. She still has blood on her medical gloves when shaking his hand. It's later revealed to be that sleeping at her lab is a habit of hers.


* EmbarrassingRingtone: Alexandra uses an American police siren as her cellphone's ringtone. Viewers who are used to watch American cop shows might be confused for a few seconds.

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* EmbarrassingRingtone: EmbarrassingRingtone:
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Alexandra uses an American police siren as her cellphone's ringtone. Viewers who are used to watch American cop shows might be confused for a few seconds.
** Antoine uses Chopin's Funeral March as ringtone.


* CasanovaWannabe: Théo tries several times to woo Alexandra, and fails all the time. She easily sees through it and ends up with a "Here he goes again..."-like sigh every time.


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* UnrequitedLove: Théo tries several times to woo Alexandra, and fails all the time. She easily sees through it and ends up with a "Here he goes again..."-like sigh every time.


* DaChief: Antoine's boss reprimands him in the second episode, specifically because the fact that Alexandra borrowed a card of his for a BavarianFireDrill attracted a ruthless bureaucratic hunter of {{Dirty Cop}}s.

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* DaChief: Antoine's boss reprimands him in the second episode, specifically because the fact that Alexandra borrowed a card of his for a BavarianFireDrill attracted a ruthless bureaucratic hunter of {{Dirty Cop}}s.Cop}}s from the IGPN.


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* ManBitesMan: In order to make up an excuse in the second episode, Alexandra bites Théo's hand when the IGPN inspector and Antoine spot them at the hospital where they went to ask questions to colleagues of a dead doctor, after being warned by Antoine not to investigate anymore. Alexandra pretends it was a dog that bit Théo's hand.


Alexandra "Alex" Ehle (Creator/JulieDepardieu) is a red-headed thanatologist who studies corpses (including cut off limbs) of murdered people at the forensic institute of Bordeaux. She's brilliant but quirky and stubborn, and has to work with a young trainee, Théo Durrel (Xavier Guelfi). The police officer she collaborates with happens to be her brother Antoine. Théo quickly finds out that Alexandra doesn't like to limit herself to working in her forensic lab and investigates cases without authorization, much to her brother's chagrin.

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Alexandra "Alex" Ehle (Creator/JulieDepardieu) is a red-headed thanatologist who studies corpses (including cut off limbs) of murdered people at the forensic institute of Bordeaux. She's brilliant but quirky and stubborn, and has to work with a young trainee, Théo Durrel (Xavier Guelfi). The police officer she collaborates with happens to be her brother Antoine. Théo quickly finds out that Alexandra doesn't like to limit herself to working in her forensic lab and investigates cases in the field without authorization, much to her brother's chagrin.


* CollectorOfTheStrange: Alexandra collects body parts preserved in [[PeopleJars preserved in a jar of formalin]]. In the first episode, she stole [[{{Fingore}} cut off fingers]] that belonged to a famous female poisoner of the 19th century. In the second episode, she gets offered a lung.

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* CollectorOfTheStrange: Alexandra collects body parts preserved in [[PeopleJars preserved in a jar jars of formalin]]. In the first episode, she stole [[{{Fingore}} cut off fingers]] that belonged to a famous female poisoner of the 19th century. In the second episode, she gets offered a lung.


* CollectorOfTheStrange: Alexandra stole [[{{Fingore}} cut off fingers]] that belonged to a famous female poisoner of the 19th century. Said fingers are [[PeopleJars preserved in a jar of formalin]].

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* CollectorOfTheStrange: Alexandra collects body parts preserved in [[PeopleJars preserved in a jar of formalin]]. In the first episode, she stole [[{{Fingore}} cut off fingers]] that belonged to a famous female poisoner of the 19th century. Said fingers are [[PeopleJars preserved in In the second episode, she gets offered a jar of formalin]].lung.

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* DaChief: Antoine's boss reprimands him in the second episode, specifically because the fact that Alexandra borrowed a card of his for a BavarianFireDrill attracted a ruthless bureaucratic hunter of {{Dirty Cop}}s.


* {{Expy}}: With her job, personality quirks, AwesomenessByAnalysis, annoyance to her workplace colleagues and [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight "adaptable"]] work ethics, Alexandra feels like the love child of [[Series/{{House}} Dr. Gregory House]] and [[Series/{{Bones}} Temperance Brennan]].

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* {{Expy}}: With her job, personality quirks, AwesomenessByAnalysis, annoyance to her workplace colleagues and [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight "adaptable"]] work ethics, Alexandra feels like the love child of [[Series/{{House}} Dr. Gregory House]] and [[Series/{{Bones}} Temperance Brennan]]. She has more social skills than either of them, however.

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* CasanovaWannabe: Théo tries several times to woo Alexandra, and fails all the time. She easily sees through it and ends up with a "Here he goes again..."-like sigh every time.

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