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** Flavien plays a game where if you get hurt/died in the game, you get hurt/die in real life? Take note that this predates both ''Franchise/DotHack'' and ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'' by about two years. [[note]]While SAO was published in 2009 in Dengeki Bunko, Reki Kawahara wrote SAO Back in 2002 as a contest and published it as a Web Novel.[[/note]]

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* LoveToHate: Brad is the most despicable person and also a fan favorite for it.


** The gag involving ''Franchise/StarWars'' never having stopped [[RidiculousFutureSequelization getting sequels]] becomes even funnier in light of Creator/{{Disney}} acquiring the license and doing just that.

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** The gag involving ''Franchise/StarWars'' never having stopped [[RidiculousFutureSequelization getting sequels]] becomes is humorous enough [[note]]due to the prequel trilogy being underway after this show ended[[/note]], but it became even funnier in light of Creator/{{Disney}} acquiring the license and doing just that.

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** The gag involving ''Franchise/StarWars'' never having stopped [[RidiculousFutureSequelization getting sequels]] becomes even funnier in light of Creator/{{Disney}} acquiring the license and doing just that.

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* CreatorsPet: Flavien since one of the writer is playing him, he is the one that get to be the most heroic and character development.

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* AcceptableTargets: Played for laughs; the crew once came across a planet that was too small for colonization, with the Captain saying there is only enough room for 40 people or 4 fat Americans on a beach in Florida.


* CrossesTheLineTwice: Among other things Brad does; him tormenting Bob, who is suffering from Earth sickness ([[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom without knowing the consequences]])? Cruel and heartless. Topping it off with a ''stand-up comedy routine''? Hilarious.

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Among other things Brad does; him tormenting Bob, who is suffering while he suffers from Earth sickness ([[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom without knowing the consequences]])? Cruel and heartless. Topping it off with a ''stand-up comedy routine''? Hilarious.


* CrossesTheLineTwice: Among other things he does, Brad tormenting Bob, who is suffering from Earth sickness ([[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom without knowing the consequences]])? Cruel and heartless. Topping it off with a ''stand-up comedy routine''? Hilarious.

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Among other things he does, Brad does; him tormenting Bob, who is suffering from Earth sickness ([[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom without knowing the consequences]])? Cruel and heartless. Topping it off with a ''stand-up comedy routine''? Hilarious.

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Among other things he does, Brad tormenting Bob, who is suffering from Earth sickness ([[UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom without knowing the consequences]])? Cruel and heartless. Topping it off with a ''stand-up comedy routine''? Hilarious.


* AssPull: Shortly after Charles' relationship with Valence is exposed by Brad, losing his rank and having told his recollection of how he met her, Flavien (who is the second officer by this time) becomes the new captain. That is, until he [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight abolishes the rule that forbids captains to have romantic relationships]]. There was no prior indication that a captain could abolish a rule, and Charles apparently couldn't bring himself to do it.

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* AssPull: Shortly after Charles' relationship with Valence is exposed by Brad, losing his rank and having told his recollection of how he met her, Valence, Flavien (who is the second officer by this time) becomes the new captain. That is, until he [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight abolishes the rule that forbids captains to have romantic relationships]]. There was no prior indication that a captain could abolish a rule, and Charles apparently couldn't bring himself to do it.

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* AssPull: Shortly after Charles' relationship with Valence is exposed by Brad, losing his rank and having told his recollection of how he met her, Flavien (who is the second officer by this time) becomes the new captain. That is, until he [[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight abolishes the rule that forbids captains to have romantic relationships]]. There was no prior indication that a captain could abolish a rule, and Charles apparently couldn't bring himself to do it.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Season 2 is often seen as the season who gave the show its cult status. Valence was Darrin'd and given a Personality change, it introduced Pétrolia and Serge who will be permanent additions to the crew and the writing became more balanced between comedy and drama with CharacterDevelopment for the cast (Charles fear of failure to the point of having a depression, Flavian's daddy issues, Brad is given a FreudianExcuse for his actions) who will continue in later seasons.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: After Brad informs the Captain that they might be getting closer to finding the ideal planet, the crew suddenly breaks into a song and dance number. It's the only time they do this in the entire series.

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* PeripheryDemographic: The show originally aired on Canal Famille, a French Canadian channel that was aimed towards the whole family, and thus had content suitable for kids. However, it managed to gain a lot of fans from teenagers and even adults thanks to its humor ([[ParentalBonus including jokes that kids]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar wouldn't necessarily get]]), memorable characters, and dramatic moments.

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** Interesting is that among french speaking Quebecois, Red Dwarf is very obscure, yet the shows share too many parallels to be ignored.

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