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* MoralEventHorizon: [[PresidentEvil The President]] is basically unseen but his nuking of Pakistan sparked the entire plot involving submarine's defection and [[spoiler: a coup attempt]].


* HarsherInHindsight: The President might as well be UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, being an extremely corrupt President that's under a great deal of media scrutiny.
* TheScrappy: Serrat. As a villain, we're clearly not supposed to "like" him, but the fact that so many of the fans yell "Why don't they just ''kill'' him already?!" whenever he pulls anything clearly shows that he's not even someone we love to hate.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The President might as well be UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, being an extremely corrupt President that's under a great deal of media scrutiny.
* TheScrappy: Serrat. As a villain, we're clearly not supposed to "like" him, but the fact that so many of the fans yell "Why don't they just ''kill'' him already?!" whenever he pulls anything clearly shows that he's not even someone we love to hate.hate.
* SpiritualLicensee: To Manga/TheSilentService, except if the submarine was commanded by Americans who were the antagonists in the manga.


* HarsherInHindsight: The President might as well be UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The President might as well be UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump.UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, being an extremely corrupt President that's under a great deal of media scrutiny.

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* HarsherInHindsight: The President might as well be UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump.


* FanDumb: There is a considerable faction of the fandom that refuses to believe that the series was cancelled merely because of poor ratings, and thus has conjured up a conspiracy theory that the Obama Administration somehow forced the network to cancel it, or that liberal executives at ABC cancelled it, because the story about a corrupt White House "hit too close to home".


* FanDumb: There is a considerable faction of the fandom that refuses to believe that the series was cancelled merely because of poor ratings, and thus has conjured up a conspiracy theory that the Obama Administration somehow forced the network to cancel it because the story about a corrupt White House "hit too close to home".

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* FanDumb: There is a considerable faction of the fandom that refuses to believe that the series was cancelled merely because of poor ratings, and thus has conjured up a conspiracy theory that the Obama Administration somehow forced the network to cancel it it, or that liberal executives at ABC cancelled it, because the story about a corrupt White House "hit too close to home".

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* FanDumb: There is a considerable faction of the fandom that refuses to believe that the series was cancelled merely because of poor ratings, and thus has conjured up a conspiracy theory that the Obama Administration somehow forced the network to cancel it because the story about a corrupt White House "hit too close to home".


* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Petty Officer Anders. Rapist, traitor, and violent thug. The series finale cements him in this trope.]]


* SatelliteLoveInterest: Tani... oh Tani. She does nothing but wipe down the bar, dispense "sage islander advice" and flirt with King.
** I dunno. They seem to fit well together. King doesn't look like he's in for a serious romance either.
*** Looks like kind of Jossed. The finale has King shacking up with Tani. This troper likes to think he offed Serrat right after.

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*** Looks like kind of Jossed. The finale has King shacking up with Tani. This troper likes to think he offed Serrat right after.

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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Petty Officer Anders. Rapist, traitor, and violent thug. The series finale cements him in this trope.]]


* GeniusBonus: All the episode titles are legitimately related in some way to Navy terms, both official and slang.

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* GeniusBonus: All the episode titles are legitimately related in some way to Navy terms, both official and slang.slang.
* TheScrappy: Serrat. As a villain, we're clearly not supposed to "like" him, but the fact that so many of the fans yell "Why don't they just ''kill'' him already?!" whenever he pulls anything clearly shows that he's not even someone we love to hate.


* ShallowLoveInterest: Tani... oh Tani. She does nothing but wipe down the bar, dispense "sage islander advice" and flirt with King.

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* ShallowLoveInterest: SatelliteLoveInterest: Tani... oh Tani. She does nothing but wipe down the bar, dispense "sage islander advice" and flirt with King.


* All the episode titles are legitimately related in some way to Navy terms, both official and slang.

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* GeniusBonus: All the episode titles are legitimately related in some way to Navy terms, both official and slang.


** I dunno. They seem to fit well together. King doesn't look like he's in for a serious romance either.

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** I dunno. They seem to fit well together. King doesn't look like he's in for a serious romance either.either.
* All the episode titles are legitimately related in some way to Navy terms, both official and slang.

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