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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: When Hank confronts him in the courtroom about why he punished him so harshly for [[spoiler: driving while intoxicated when he already hated himself for ruining his brother's life, Joseph admits that when he looked at Hank, he saw Mark Blackwell who he blamed himself for letting off lightly, leading to him murdering his girlfriend. He admits in court that he took out his anger at himself on his son. While he was to some extent obligated to throw the book at Hank to avoid accusations of conflict of interest, the admission he punished Hank for something completely unrelated to him can lose him some sympathy.]]

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: When Hank confronts him in the courtroom about why he punished him so harshly for [[spoiler: driving while intoxicated when he already hated himself for ruining his brother's life, Joseph admits that when he looked at Hank, he saw Mark Blackwell who Blackwell, and he blamed himself for letting him off lightly, leading to him murdering his girlfriend. He admits in court that he took out his anger at himself on his son. While he was to some extent obligated to throw the book at Hank to avoid accusations of conflict of interest, the admission he punished Hank for something completely unrelated to him can lose him some sympathy.]]

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*UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: When Hank confronts him in the courtroom about why he punished him so harshly for [[spoiler: driving while intoxicated when he already hated himself for ruining his brother's life, Joseph admits that when he looked at Hank, he saw Mark Blackwell who he blamed himself for letting off lightly, leading to him murdering his girlfriend. He admits in court that he took out his anger at himself on his son. While he was to some extent obligated to throw the book at Hank to avoid accusations of conflict of interest, the admission he punished Hank for something completely unrelated to him can lose him some sympathy.]]


* LawfulNeutral: Dwight Dickham believes people are only equal under law, and no matter how bad a person was if a crime is done to them justice will be served.


!!The Film
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** Hank's BadassBoast to Joseph's doctor.
* CrowningMomentOfFunny:

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!!The Film
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** Hank's BadassBoast to Joseph's doctor.
* CrowningMomentOfFunny:
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming:

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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome:
** Hank's BadassBoast to Joseph's doctor.

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!!The Film


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!!The Series
* {{Squick}}: The ParentalIncest episodes in particular.
* TearJerker: A few times, especially when the acting is noteworthy.


* DesignatedHero: Joseph. He does everything within his power to get himself convicted, and he [[KickTheDog broke Dale's projector]], which even [[JerkassWithAHeartofGold Hank]] gets [[BigBrotherInstinct angry]] about it.
** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] with Hank, as he does become very sympathetic very quickly, despite being an [[AmoralAttorney Amoral Attorney]] and holds a lot of [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone regret]] about [[DarkAndTroubledPast ''that'']] incident with Glen.

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* DesignatedHero: Joseph. He does everything within his power to get himself convicted, and he [[KickTheDog broke Dale's projector]], which even [[JerkassWithAHeartofGold Hank]] gets [[BigBrotherInstinct angry]] about it.
** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] with Hank, as he does become very sympathetic very quickly, despite being an [[AmoralAttorney Amoral Attorney]] and holds a lot of [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone regret]] about [[DarkAndTroubledPast ''that'']] incident with Glen.


** Hank and Joseph's argument in the kitchen after TheReveal that Hank got high on drugs and caused a car accident that left Glen mentally disabled and unable to play baseball.

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** Hank and Joseph's argument in the kitchen after TheReveal that Hank got [[spoiler:got high on drugs and caused a car accident that left Glen mentally disabled and unable to play baseball.baseball]].

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome:
** Hank's BadassBoast to Joseph's doctor.
* CrowningMomentOfFunny:
** C.P.'s StressVomit. The third time, Hank ends up vomiting after he does.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming:
** All of Hank's scenes with his daughter.


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* TearJerker:
** Hank and Joseph's argument in the kitchen after TheReveal that Hank got high on drugs and caused a car accident that left Glen mentally disabled and unable to play baseball.
** After [[spoiler:Joseph is found guilty and everyone else clears out of the courtroom]], Hank remains where he is, then he breaks down into tears.


* LawfulNeutral: Dwight Dickham believes people are only equal under law, and no matter how bad a person was if a crime is done to them justice will be served.

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* LawfulNeutral: Dwight Dickham believes people are only equal under law, and no matter how bad a person was if a crime is done to them justice will be served.served.
* {{Squick}}: The PottyFailure scene with Hank's dad.
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* LawfulNeutral: Dwight Dickham believes people are only equal under law, and no matter how bad a person was if a crime is done to them justice will be served.

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