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* MomentOfAwesome: After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.''' Needless to say, Elaine doesn't view it as such.



** The scene where Elaine tearfully talks about [[spoiler:what happened to T.J., and how hard his life is compared to the rest of them.]]

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** The scene where Elaine tearfully talks about [[spoiler:what happened to T.J., and how hard his life is compared to the rest of them.]]


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.'''
** Elaine, needless to say, doesn't view it as such.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: BestKnownForTheFanservice: While it is an engaging series in its own right, most people seem to remember [[Creator/SebastianStan T.J.]] [[GuyOnGuyIsHot kissing a few boys]] the most.
* MomentOfAwesome:
After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.'''
** Elaine, needless
''' Needless to say, Elaine doesn't view it as such.



*** A later episode shows the events leading up to it - [[spoiler: the closeted and married Republican senator he's fallen in love with gets blackmailed by the VP to change his vote, he breaks it off with TJ, who has been sober for six months, leading him to the suicide attempt and the self-destructive cycle he's stuck in by the start of the series.]]

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*** A later episode shows the events leading up to it - [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the closeted and married Republican senator he's fallen in love with gets blackmailed by the VP to change his vote, he breaks it off with TJ, T.J., who has been sober for six months, leading him to the suicide attempt and the self-destructive cycle he's stuck in by the start of the series.]]



** Bud finding TJ [[spoiler: after his overdose.]]
** The scene where Elaine tearfully talks about [[spoiler: What happened to TJ, and how hard his life is compared to the rest of them.]]

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** Bud finding TJ T.J. [[spoiler: after his overdose.]]
** The scene where Elaine tearfully talks about [[spoiler: What [[spoiler:what happened to TJ, T.J., and how hard his life is compared to the rest of them.]]


** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...]]

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** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...]]
** Bud finding TJ [[spoiler: after his overdose.]]
** The scene where Elaine tearfully talks about [[spoiler: What happened to TJ, and how hard his life is compared to the rest of them.
]]


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.'''
** Elaine, needless to say, doesn't view it as such.



** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...]]
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.'''
** Elaine, needless to say, doesn't view it as such.

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** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...]]
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.'''
** Elaine, needless to say, doesn't view it as such.
]]


** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...]]

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** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...]]]]
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: After the Vice-President refers to T.J. as "that queer son of yours," Bud decks him. ''In the Oval Office.'' '''In front of the President.'''
** Elaine, needless to say, doesn't view it as such.


* TearJerker: Elaine finding T.J. after his suicide attempt, desperately calling for help as she pulls him from the car.
** A later episode shows the events leading up to it - [[spoiler: the closeted and married Republican senator he's fallen in love with gets blackmailed by the VP to change his vote, he breaks it off with TJ, who has been sober for six months, leading him to the suicide attempt and the self-destructive cycle he's stuck in by the start of the series.]]

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* TearJerker: Elaine TearJerker
**Elaine
finding T.J. after his suicide attempt, desperately calling for help as she pulls him from the car.
** *** A later episode shows the events leading up to it - [[spoiler: the closeted and married Republican senator he's fallen in love with gets blackmailed by the VP to change his vote, he breaks it off with TJ, who has been sober for six months, leading him to the suicide attempt and the self-destructive cycle he's stuck in by the start of the series.]]
** [[spoiler: Air Force One crashing. Elaine was about to accept Garcetti's VP offer...
]]


* TearJerker: Elaine finding T.J. after his suicide attempt, desperately calling for help as she pulls him from the car.

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* TearJerker: Elaine finding T.J. after his suicide attempt, desperately calling for help as she pulls him from the car.car.
** A later episode shows the events leading up to it - [[spoiler: the closeted and married Republican senator he's fallen in love with gets blackmailed by the VP to change his vote, he breaks it off with TJ, who has been sober for six months, leading him to the suicide attempt and the self-destructive cycle he's stuck in by the start of the series.]]

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* TearJerker: Elaine finding T.J. after his suicide attempt, desperately calling for help as she pulls him from the car.

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