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** When Ouya is explaining his reason for creating the supercomputer, we get this jab at the system's popularity (or lack thereof):
--->'''Ouya:''' I created computers in my image and sold them as video game machines. The plan was to put an Ouya in every home in the developed world, to create a global network of Bitcoin-generating machines.
--->'''Detective Heart of America:''' And that worked?
--->'''Ouya:''' No. Only eleven people ever purchased an Ouya.


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* BulletCatch: [[spoiler:At the end of ''2'', the baby actually catches the bullets Heart of America shoots at him in his own gun.]]

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* BulletCatch: [[spoiler:At [[spoiler: At the end of ''2'', the baby actually catches the bullets Heart of America shoots at him in his own gun.]]



* ContinuityCameo: [[spoiler:Fannie and Earl, from the [=FilmCow=] series of the same name]] appear as characters in ''The Final Freedom''.

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* ContinuityCameo: [[spoiler:Fannie [[spoiler: Fannie and Earl, from the [=FilmCow=] series of the same name]] appear as characters in ''The Final Freedom''.



* DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:Done simultaneously by all the Fugmerican natives, and Fannie and Earl to each other.]]

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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:Done [[spoiler: Done simultaneously by all the Fugmerican natives, and Fannie and Earl to each other.]]


'''Detective Heart of America''' is a series of live-action shorts and one feature-length film created by Creator/{{FilmCow}} that parody {{Eagleland}} tropes and beliefs. The videos are filmed with prop statues that are given voice acting and character in post. The videos focus on an eagle prop named Heart of America, America’s greatest detective, tracking down and confronting criminals that pose a threat to American citizens.

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'''Detective Heart of America''' is a series of live-action shorts and [[Film/DetectiveHeartOfAmericaTheFinalFreedom one feature-length film film]] created by Creator/{{FilmCow}} that parody {{Eagleland}} tropes and beliefs. The videos are filmed with prop statues that are given voice acting and character in post. The videos focus on an eagle prop named Heart of America, America’s greatest detective, tracking down and confronting criminals that pose a threat to American citizens.


* DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:Done simultaneously by all the Fugmerican natives. and Fannie and Earl to each other.]]

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* DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:Done simultaneously by all the Fugmerican natives. natives, and Fannie and Earl to each other.]]



'''Heart of America''': …what?\\

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'''Heart of America''': …what?\\…What?\\

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* DeathIsCheap: Heart of America dies several times throughout ''The Final Freedom''. Half of his deaths are due to Jesus bringing him back to life in midair, after which he falls to his death again.

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* AppliedPhlebotinum: Americium, essentially Valhalla for Americans, is powered by cubes which are in turn powered by America. Amongst other things, they allow Jesus to bring Heart of America back to life multiple times, and [[{{Squick}} watch people while they jerk off]]. Oh, and spheres are bad for some reason.

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* AnimalisticAbomination: Reggie's mom is a fifth-dimensional being named Gorslax. She looks like a rabbit wearing a dress and bonnet.


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* RunningGag: Reggie's mom Gorslax keeps getting caught in a vortex.

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* UnknownRival: Heart of America doesn't even know Chess Mate exists until he shows up and starts talking about their rivalry like they're long-time enemies.

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: In ''The Final Freedom'', the Native Fugmericans are ''definitely'' not an acting troupe that got lost in the woods. No sir.

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* MightyWhitey: Parodied, of course. The Native Fugmericans push Heart of America into this role in ''The Final Freedom'' while constantly lampshading that they are doing so. It makes him very uncomfortable.


TakeThat: Serveral towards [[Series/Lost]], in the second episode Detective Heart of America laments the hours he wasted on Lost and in the film he says that Futurama not existing is evened out by Lost not existing and he lists Lost as one of the bad things about America.

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TakeThat: Serveral *TakeThat: Several towards [[Series/Lost]], 'Series/{{Lost}}'', in the second episode Detective Heart of America laments the hours he wasted on Lost and in the film he says that Futurama not existing is evened out by Lost not existing and he lists Lost as one of the bad things about America.

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TakeThat: Serveral towards [[Series/Lost]], in the second episode Detective Heart of America laments the hours he wasted on Lost and in the film he says that Futurama not existing is evened out by Lost not existing and he lists Lost as one of the bad things about America.


* OnlyTheLeadsGetAHappyEnding: [[spoiler: At the end of the movie, Detective Heart of America uses the reality warping device Ouya wanted to use to erase the tyrannic control of the "aliens" and create actual free will to instead recreate America and turn the entire Earth into his own vision of America. As shown in the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue, he is awarded a free two night stay at the JW Marriott for his "heroic" deeds, Sabina starts her own company and Reggie turns in his badge to begin working for her. [[KillEmAll Every other character in the movie dies]] [[KilledOffscreen offscreen]].]]

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* OnlyTheLeadsGetAHappyEnding: [[spoiler: At the end of the movie, Detective Heart of America uses the reality warping device Ouya wanted to use to erase the tyrannic control of the "aliens" and create actual free will to instead recreate America and turn the entire Earth into his own vision of America. As shown in the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue, he is awarded a free two night stay at the JW Marriott for his "heroic" deeds, Sabina starts her own company and Reggie turns in his badge to begin working for her. [[KillEmAll Every other character in the movie dies]] [[KilledOffscreen offscreen]].dies]].]]


* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:Most named characters in ''The Final Freedom'' end up dead by the movie’s climax, including Ouya, Pinnochio, Madison Square Garden, the natives, Bredan, the baby, Fug the Cat, and Fannie and Earl. It’s confirmed in the WhereAreTheyNow pre-credits scene that the only surviving characters are Heart of America, Sabina, Reggie, Goreslax and Jesus.]]

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* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:Most named characters in ''The Final Freedom'' end up dead by the movie’s climax, including Ouya, Pinnochio, Madison Square Garden, the natives, Bredan, Brendan, the baby, Fug the Cat, and Fannie and Earl. It’s confirmed in the WhereAreTheyNow pre-credits scene that the only surviving characters are Heart of America, Sabina, Reggie, Goreslax and Jesus.]]


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* OnlyTheLeadsGetAHappyEnding: [[spoiler: At the end of the movie, Detective Heart of America uses the reality warping device Ouya wanted to use to erase the tyrannic control of the "aliens" and create actual free will to instead recreate America and turn the entire Earth into his own vision of America. As shown in the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue, he is awarded a free two night stay at the JW Marriott for his "heroic" deeds, Sabina starts her own company and Reggie turns in his badge to begin working for her. [[KillEmAll Every other character in the movie dies]] [[KilledOffscreen offscreen]].]]
** Not to mention the fact that Detective Heart of America's meddling with Ouya's plan essentially does nothing to change the fact that free will does not exist and the universe is still being controlled by tyrannical overlords.

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