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- Spike went out with a bang. - User:randomfanboy
- Fridge Horror: In the movie, Ed and Ein follow Lee's scent all over the city-specifically, to the front doors of two men, one in a robe, the other in sexy negligee, but both very muscular. What was Lee doing there?.
- Fridge Logic: Used in-universe in the episode preview pertaining to "Jamming with Edward".
Spike: Wait, if you made up that name, how can you be the Fourth?
- Fridge Brilliance: In Cowboy Funk, Teddy Bomber states that everyone with a price on their head is afraid of getting caught by either Spike or Andy. This is because while Spike is an expert not known for being gentle with his captures, being caught by an idiot like Andy would likely be just plain embarrassing.
- Not to mention that Spike misses out on a lot of bounty payments because he ends up killing the bounty head.
- Fridge Brillaince: In "Speak Like A Child" The beta tape and beta player are delivered by two different delivery companies, one has a tortoise as a mascot, the other a hare. Guess which one arrived first?
- Fridge Brilliance: In Ballad for Fallen Angels, Gren says this:
Gren: Once she heard [the music box] was from Vicious, she told me to open it.
- Why would she do that? It could have been because she knew Vicious was, well, Vicious. Or, Vicious could've done the same thing to her. We're shown a music box in her apartment once. And we were never told how Vicious found out about Spike and Julia. Vicious was probably eavesdropping on both of them. Julia because he didn't trust her, and Gren because he was framing him.
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