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* BadLiar: ''Very'' often, petty criminals and whatnot who get caught in the act and have drugs, weapons or stolen goods on them will deny that it's theirs or deny that they stole it.

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* BadLiar: ''Very'' often, petty criminals and whatnot who get caught in the act and have drugs, weapons or stolen goods on them will deny that it's theirs or deny that they stole it. FellOffTheBackOfATruck is also frequently used.


It follows the everyday life of ''[[UsefulNotes/LesCopsSportif Police Judiciaire]]'' law enforcement agents in and around their police station near the Saint-Martin Canal in the 10th and 11th arrondissements (administrative districts) of UsefulNotes/{{Paris}} as they deal with petty criminality, bigger criminality, bureaucracy, and their personal lives.

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It follows the everyday life of ''[[UsefulNotes/LesCopsSportif [[UsefulNotes/LesCopsSportif Police Judiciaire]]'' Judiciaire]] law enforcement agents in and around their police station near the Saint-Martin Canal in the 10th and 11th arrondissements (administrative districts) of UsefulNotes/{{Paris}} as they deal with petty criminality, bigger criminality, bureaucracy, and their personal lives.


* BadLiar: ''Very'' often, petty criminals and whatnot who get caught in the act and have drugs, weapons or stolen goods on them will deny that it's theirs.

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* BadLiar: ''Very'' often, petty criminals and whatnot who get caught in the act and have drugs, weapons or stolen goods on them will deny that it's theirs.theirs or deny that they stole it.


* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the diversity and least glamorous and picturesque aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time it first aired (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).

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* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the immigration-induced diversity and least glamorous and picturesque aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time it first aired (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).


* FrenchAccordion: The [[https://youtu.be/FRRR8yTAL4E main theme]] of the show (which is set in Paris) is a SinisterTangoMusic-[=like=] take on the instrument to set up the show's serious mood.

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* FrenchAccordion: The [[https://youtu.be/FRRR8yTAL4E main theme]] of the show (which is set in Paris) is a SinisterTangoMusic-[=like=] take on the instrument to set up emphasize the show's serious mood.tone.


* FrenchAccordion: The [[https://youtu.be/FRRR8yTAL4E main theme]] of the show (which is set in Paris) is a {{tango}}-[=like=] take on the instrument.

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* FrenchAccordion: The [[https://youtu.be/FRRR8yTAL4E main theme]] of the show (which is set in Paris) is a {{tango}}-[=like=] SinisterTangoMusic-[=like=] take on the instrument.instrument to set up the show's serious mood.


''P.J.'', also known as ''P.J. - Police Judiciaire'', is a French PoliceProcedural series created by Michelle Podroznik and Frédéric Krivine. It first aired on the France 2 channel between 1997 and 2009.

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''P.J.'', also known as ''P.J. - Police Judiciaire'', is a French PoliceProcedural series created by Michelle Podroznik and Frédéric Krivine. It first aired on the France 2 channel for a total of 13 seasons between 1997 and 2009.


* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the diversity and least glamorous aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time it first aired (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).

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* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the diversity and least glamorous and picturesque aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time it first aired (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).

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* BadLiar: ''Very'' often, petty criminals and whatnot who get caught in the act and have drugs, weapons or stolen goods on them will deny that it's theirs.


* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the diversity and least glamorous aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).

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* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the diversity and least glamorous aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time it first aired (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).


* DaChief: Commissioner Henri Meurteaux fits the role, although he's quite laid-back most of the time.

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* DaChief: Commissioner Henri Meurteaux fits the role, although he's quite laid-back most of the time.time and never loses his temper.


* TheNineties: The early seasons started in 1997 and it shows with the time's distinctive cars, computer hardware, cellphones and children playing the UsefulNotes/GameBoy.

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* TheNineties: The early seasons show started in 1997 and it shows with the time's distinctive cars, computer hardware, cellphones and children playing the UsefulNotes/GameBoy.


* TheNineties: The early seasons started in 1997 and it shows with the time's distinctive computer hardware, cellphones and children playing the UsefulNotes/GameBoy.

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* TheNineties: The early seasons started in 1997 and it shows with the time's distinctive cars, computer hardware, cellphones and children playing the UsefulNotes/GameBoy.

Added DiffLines:

* TheNineties: The early seasons started in 1997 and it shows with the time's distinctive computer hardware, cellphones and children playing the UsefulNotes/GameBoy.


Added DiffLines:

* GayParee: Thoroughly averted. The show reflects the diversity and least glamorous aspects of Paris quite well, right out the gate in the early episodes. It was quite rare at the time (in the late [[TheNineties '90s]]).


''P.J.'', also known as ''P.J. - Police Judiciaire'', is a French [[CopShow Police]] [[PoliceProcedural Procedural]] series created by Michelle Podroznik and Frédéric Krivine. It first aired on the France 2 channel between 1997 and 2009.

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''P.J.'', also known as ''P.J. - Police Judiciaire'', is a French [[CopShow Police]] [[PoliceProcedural Procedural]] PoliceProcedural series created by Michelle Podroznik and Frédéric Krivine. It first aired on the France 2 channel between 1997 and 2009.

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