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Does Rex fixing Breach's apparatus in "Lions and Lambs" count as "Nice Job Breaking It Hero"? Rex did think it was the good thing to do, but instead he 'forced' Breach to choose between obey Van Kleiss or betray him at the cost of 'going away' (no way she's dead), neither of which Rex wanted for her. Also, his reaction when he realizes the machine won't turn off is not a happy one.
The Recap pages are only acting as episode teasers so far, bar a few Wham Episodes. Any objections to making them slightly more complete?
I think for Expy Rex reminds me more of the Engineer of The Authority. Does anyone agree?
Would people stop putting up Cosmic Horror on this or any related page? Actually read the trope and consider what it means, in its entirety, to be an Eldritch Abomination. "Some of the E.V.O.s end up looking like one" is not an example of the trope. A closer trope would be Body Horror. Unless they're both hideously groteqsue and drive people insane with their very presence, even then it takes more to qualify, they are not eldritch abomination.
So... What happened to all the YMMV-type pages?
We need to seriously start updating this thing.
Just gave the description a serious, much needed update.
Why isn't Van Kleiss listed as a Magnificent Bastard, when somebody from a show like Pokemon, of all things, (Giovanni) is? VK is clearly more of a badass than him, so it really doesn't make any sense. :/
Can't speak for Giovanni, but Van Kleiss just doesn't qualify. He's got too many Stupid Evil moments and too many exploitable character flaws under his belt. He can mix it up and formulate a plan just fine, but a Magnificent Bastard needs better people skills.
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