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* JennysNumber: In "Give the Guy a Hand", Frank finds the message "171 Liberty 8675309". He goes to a gym at 171 Liberty and tells the receptionist (named Jenny) that his membership number is 8675309.

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* FiveFiveFive: Jenny in episode 7 has the number (416) 555-0162 painted on her fingernails.


* RescueSex: Apparently one of Frank's rules isn't "Never have sex with the package."

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* RescueSex: Apparently one of Frank's rules isn't "Never have sex with the package."
* SwearJar: Frank helps a man put a dryer in his car in episode 7. When the man swears, his kids chant "swear jar" and he says, "Great, that'll be another 5 bucks.
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* MsFanservice: A woman goes topless OncePerEpisode in every episode.


* RealSongThemeTune: The opening theme is a remixed version of Music/{{Rush}}'s ''Working Man''.

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* RealSongThemeTune: The opening theme is a remixed version of Music/{{Rush}}'s ''Working Man''.Man''.
* RescueSex: Apparently one of Frank's rules isn't "Never have sex with the package."

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The show has aired two seasons. The show was not renewed for another season, leaving it on a cliffhanger.


A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments throughout Europe (predominantly southern France), where he's helped by an ex-DCRI analyst, Clara (played by Andrèa Osvart).

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A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments throughout Europe (predominantly southern France), where he's helped by an ex-DCRI analyst, Clara Carla (played by Andrèa Osvart).



* MissionControl: Clara serves as this for Frank, arranging jobs and providing intelligence and hacking support.

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* MissionControl: Clara Carla serves as this for Frank, arranging jobs and providing intelligence and hacking support.

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* IronicEcho: One episode opens with a flashback showing Frank in the army with a pair of friends, pinned down by enemy fire and one, Tommy, wounded. Later in the episode, the trio find themselves in the present in the exact same spot, which is lampshaded:
-->'''Tommy''': Well, lads, we're pinned down, outnumbered and I'm in desperate need of medical attention.
-->'''Frank''': Just like old times, eh?


* AdaptationalBadass: Not that the Frank Martin from the films is not badass, but this Frank Martin makes him pale. The way he dispatches people around echoes Creator/StevenSeagal in his best times.



* ProductPlacement: all of Frank's cars are Audi.

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* ProductPlacement: all All of Frank's cars are Audi.


A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments in Southern France, where he's helped by a CIA Agent, Kara (played by Andrèa Osvart).

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A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments in Southern France, throughout Europe (predominantly southern France), where he's helped by a CIA Agent, Kara an ex-DCRI analyst, Clara (played by Andrèa Osvart).


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* MissionControl: Clara serves as this for Frank, arranging jobs and providing intelligence and hacking support.


A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments in Southern France, where he's helped by a CIA Agent, Jane (played by Andrèa Osvart).

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A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments in Southern France, where he's helped by a CIA Agent, Jane Kara (played by Andrèa Osvart).


* HoistByHisOwnPetard: in episode 3, the bad guy threatens to pierce the girl's inner ear with a director's baton. [[spoiler: At the end of the episode, Frank kills the man by stabbing him with the baton.]]



* MsFanservice: A woman goes topless OncePerEpisode in the first two ones.
* RealSongThemeTune: The opening theme is a remixed version of Music/{{Rush}}'s ''Working Man''.

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* MsFanservice: A woman goes topless OncePerEpisode in the first two ones.
every episode.
* ProductPlacement: all of Frank's cars are Audi.
* RealSongThemeTune: The opening theme is a remixed version of Music/{{Rush}}'s ''Working Man''.

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* HoYay: Frank and his old friend Jim in episode 2. Also Frank and Dieter throughout the series.


A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[PrisonBreak Chris]] [[RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments in Southern France, where he's helped by a CIA Agent, Jane (played by Andrèa Osvart).

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A 2012 television series based on the movie trilogy, ''Transporter: The Series'' is centered around Frank Martin (played by [[PrisonBreak [[Series/PrisonBreak Chris]] [[RizzoliAndIsles [[Series/RizzoliAndIsles Vance]] here) and his assignments in Southern France, where he's helped by a CIA Agent, Jane (played by Andrèa Osvart).



* RealSongThemeTune: The opening theme is a remixed version of Rush's ''Working Man''.

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* RealSongThemeTune: The opening theme is a remixed version of Rush's Music/{{Rush}}'s ''Working Man''.


* HoYay: Frank and Jim in episode 2.



* MissFanservice: A woman goes topless OnceAnEpisode in the first two ones.

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* MissFanservice: MsFanservice: A woman goes topless OnceAnEpisode OncePerEpisode in the first two ones.

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