Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Series / Stitchers

Go To



There is also a virtual reality game "Stichers: Hack the Case".

to:

There is also a virtual reality game "Stichers: ''Stitchers: Hack the Case".
Case''.

Added DiffLines:

* INeverSaidItWasPoison: More specifically, they never said it was ''that'' poison; in "Pretty Little Lawyers", the team's prime suspect incriminates himself after they accuse him of poisoning the victim because he identifies the specific poison used before anyone else brought it up.

Added DiffLines:

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/stitchers.jpg]]


* SecretTestOfCharacter: Maggie uses Camille's momentary softness towards Ivy against her later as she nixes temporarily promoting her to Stitch ab Leader in favor of Cameron instead.

to:

* SecretTestOfCharacter: Maggie uses Camille's momentary softness towards Ivy against her later as she nixes temporarily promoting her to Stitch ab Lab Leader in favor of Cameron instead.

Added DiffLines:

* WhatTheHellHero: In the season three premiere, Blair is out to rip the team apart and basically treats Kristen as just a tool. When Blair's son is killed in a car accident, he wants Kristen and the team to Stitch and find out what happened. Kristen actually refuses unless Blair lets the team stay together full time. Maggie chews her out for it as Kristen argues she has leverage but Maggie gets her to back down on how "you're better than him."


* ForgottenFirstMeeting: The first season finale reveals that [[spoiler:Cameron and Kirsten actually first met when they were kids, before Kirsten got her temporal dysplasia]].
** Subverted when it turns out [[spoiler: Cameron was never at that place and the "younger Cameron" was all a creation of Kristen's mom to trap her.]]

to:

* ForgottenFirstMeeting: The first season finale reveals that [[spoiler:Cameron and Kirsten actually first met when they were kids, before Kirsten got her temporal dysplasia]].
** Subverted
dysplasia]], but this reveal is later subverted when it turns out [[spoiler: Cameron was never at that place and the "younger Cameron" was all a creation of Kristen's mom to trap her.]]


Added DiffLines:

* SecretTestOfCharacter: Maggie uses Camille's momentary softness towards Ivy against her later as she nixes temporarily promoting her to Stitch ab Leader in favor of Cameron instead.


** The second episode involves investigating a rave, so naturally Cameron, Camille, Kirsten, and Linus have to dress in club wear.

to:

** The second episode of season 1 involves investigating a rave, so naturally Cameron, Camille, Kirsten, and Linus have to dress in club wear.wear.
** In season 3, episode 7, Kirsten strips down to her bra and undies in front of Cameron, saying, "We're all adults here." [[spoiler:It turns out she did this in a kind of "stitch dream sequence".]]

Added DiffLines:

* YearInsideHourOutside: In "Just the Two of Us," Kristen has a complex stitch that has her spending the better part of a week in a subject's mind to solve his murder. When she awakens, she babbles about it to the confusion of everyone. Kristen then comes to Cameron, saying she's sorry she had him so worried as he must have been going crazy seeing her lost in the stitch for days. Staring at her, Cameron tells Kristen the entire Stitch took three seconds.

Added DiffLines:

* YearInsideHourOutside: In "Just the Two of Us," Kristen has a complex stitch that has her spending the better part of a week in a subject's mind to solve his murder. When she awakens, she babbles about it to the confusion of everyone. Kristen then comes to Cameron, saying she's sorry she had him so worried as he must have been going crazy seeing her lost in the stitch for days. Staring at her, Cameron tells Kristen the entire Stitch took three seconds.

Added DiffLines:

* LiteralMetaphor: After arrested, Fisher is brought in looking roughed up. He says "you should see the other guy" and when Cameron presses him on being okay, he replies "no, seriously, you should." He then nods to where an agent is being dragged off on a stretcher.

Added DiffLines:

* WhamEpisode: Season 3's premiere "Out of the Shadows" reveals that Kirsten's mother [[spoiler:is definitely alive and in a coma. The entire purpose of the Stitchers program has been to 'train' Kirsten to be able to stitch back into her.]] It also reveals that stitching itself is designed to [[spoiler:essentially accelerate the development of the human brain in order to induce telepathy.]]


''Stitchers'' is a ScienceFiction series that began airing originally on ABC (then moved to [[Creator/ABCFamily Freeform]]) premiering 2 June 2015 . It has been renewed for a third season, and stars Emma Ishta, Alison Scagliotti, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ritesh Rajan, and Kyle Harris.

to:

''Stitchers'' is a ScienceFiction series that began airing originally on ABC (then moved to [[Creator/ABCFamily Freeform]]) Freeform]], premiering 2 June 2015 . It has been renewed for a third season, 2, 2015 and stars starring Emma Ishta, Alison Scagliotti, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ritesh Rajan, and Kyle Harris.


''Stitchers'' is a ScienceFiction series that began airing originally on ABC (then moved to Freeform/ABCFamily) premiering 2 June 2015 . It has been renewed for a third season, and stars Emma Ishta, Alison Scagliotti, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ritesh Rajan, and Kyle Harris.

to:

''Stitchers'' is a ScienceFiction series that began airing originally on ABC (then moved to Freeform/ABCFamily) [[Creator/ABCFamily Freeform]]) premiering 2 June 2015 . It has been renewed for a third season, and stars Emma Ishta, Alison Scagliotti, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ritesh Rajan, and Kyle Harris.


''Stitchers'' is a ScienceFiction series that began airing on Freeform/ABCFamily premiering 2 June 2015 . It has been renewed for a third season, and stars Emma Ishta, Alison Scagliotti, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ritesh Rajan, and Kyle Harris.

to:

''Stitchers'' is a ScienceFiction series that began airing originally on Freeform/ABCFamily ABC (then moved to Freeform/ABCFamily) premiering 2 June 2015 . It has been renewed for a third season, and stars Emma Ishta, Alison Scagliotti, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Ritesh Rajan, and Kyle Harris.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 78

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report