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--->'''[=G03LM=]''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''

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--->'''[=G03LM=]''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''pal!''
** From the release date trailer, Hank making his way through a building of agents, eventually entering what can be assumed to be an office. There, he finds a hot-dog, which he happily eats. While eating the hot-dog, Hank notices that one of the agents managed to stick a knife to his knee, and simply pulls it out without feeling any pain, before putting the knife into his holster and stuffing a napkin into the wound. A mortally wounded agent then crawls over to the doorway, intending to get a surprise shot on Hank, but his gun is empty, and by then, Hank has noticed him and dispatched him with a bullet.


-->'''Attendant''': NO! GO AWAY!
-->'''Hank''': Hello? Anyone there? Helloooooo?
-->'''Attendant''': LEAVE ME ALONE!
-->'''Hank''': [[DeadpanSnarker I need service.]]
-->'''[=G03LM=]''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''

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-->'''Attendant''': --->'''Attendant''': NO! GO AWAY!
-->'''Hank''': --->'''Hank''': Hello? Anyone there? Helloooooo?
-->'''Attendant''': --->'''Attendant''': LEAVE ME ALONE!
-->'''Hank''': --->'''Hank''': [[DeadpanSnarker I need service.]]
-->'''[=G03LM=]''': --->'''[=G03LM=]''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''


** When Hank and Sanford assault a barracks, they pass by an Attendant who quickly shutters his post and refuses to come out. You can't hurt him, but thanks to the "Ring for Service" bell on your side of the shutters, you can annoy him to no end. [[spoiler: Doing this long enough causes a G03LM to break in through the floor and attack on behalf of the Attendant.]]

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** When Hank and Sanford assault a barracks, they pass by an Attendant who quickly shutters his post and refuses to come out. You can't hurt him, but thanks to the "Ring for Service" bell on your side of the shutters, you can annoy him to no end. [[spoiler: Doing this long enough causes a G03LM [=G03LM=] to break in through the floor and attack on behalf of the Attendant.]]



-->'''G03LM''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''

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-->'''G03LM''': -->'''[=G03LM=]''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''


** The public demo involves two missions leading up to the confrontation of The Sheriff. When you complete the second one, Sanford goes to plant the demolitions and... there is no effect on the door. The following conversation becomes a huge, progressively less subtle LampshadeHanging on the limited scope of a game demo.

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** The public demo involves two missions leading up to the confrontation of The Sheriff. When you complete the second one, Sanford goes to plant the demolitions and... there is no effect on the door. The following conversation becomes a huge, progressively less subtle LampshadeHanging on the limited scope of a game demo.demo.
** When Hank and Sanford assault a barracks, they pass by an Attendant who quickly shutters his post and refuses to come out. You can't hurt him, but thanks to the "Ring for Service" bell on your side of the shutters, you can annoy him to no end. [[spoiler: Doing this long enough causes a G03LM to break in through the floor and attack on behalf of the Attendant.]]
-->'''Attendant''': NO! GO AWAY!
-->'''Hank''': Hello? Anyone there? Helloooooo?
-->'''Attendant''': LEAVE ME ALONE!
-->'''Hank''': [[DeadpanSnarker I need service.]]
-->'''G03LM''': ''I've got your service right here, pal!''

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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: Madness was never exactly serious, so there's a couple well-placed jokes.
** Once voice lines for multiple named characters were uncovered, it was found that the Sheriff's death rattles, presumably as improv by his voice actor, include a full recreation of the "Howie Long Scream" StockScream
** The public demo involves two missions leading up to the confrontation of The Sheriff. When you complete the second one, Sanford goes to plant the demolitions and... there is no effect on the door. The following conversation becomes a huge, progressively less subtle LampshadeHanging on the limited scope of a game demo.

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