Gromit gets a big one when he realises that Wallace is the Were Rabbit upon following reversed Human to Werewolf Footprints leading to Wallace’s bedroom and seeing a pile of half eaten vegetables inside. Gromit when Wallace begins to turn into the Were Rabbit. He reacts by locking the doors of the van. Wallace near the end when the doorbell rings and, knowing he can’t answer the door because of his rabbit ears, sees Hutch heading to the front door to answer it. Wallace gets two more in quick succession when Lady Tottington arrives on his doorstep. The first comes when she tells him Victor will shoot the Were Rabbit (which is actually him, but she doesn’t know this), accentuated by a zoom into his shocked face. The second comes seconds later when he starts transforming into the Were Rabbit in front of her, as the moon appears from behind a cloud. Gromit when Victor arrives at the house to kill the Were Rabbit after Lady Tottington leaves. Philip gets one during the plane fight with Gromit when Gromit opens the plane’s bomb doors and Philip realises he’s about to drop. Later, Gromit and the Were Rabbit get this in succession after they high five each other. Gromit discovering he accidentally let go of the rope he was holding onto during the aforementioned high five, followed by the Were Rabbit very quickly realizing his mistake and what’s about to happen to Gromit next. The Were Rabbit emits a Loud Gulp as Victor Quartermaine takes aim at him during the final fight scene. Only Sane Man: Gromit; it turns out that Wallace is fairly typical of the villagers’ level of common sense. Lampshaded in the church scene:Lord Victor Quartermaine: How on earth would those tiny minded buffoons ever catch such a big rabbit?
“Brawlin’ Tropes”: Alliterative Name: Brooklyn Brawler Almighty Janitor: He’s lost far more times than he’s won, but, he’s always had a job. Arch Enemy: The Red Rooster Bash Brothers: With Barry Horowitz, Iron Mike Sharpe Brooklyn Rage Commuting on a Bus: Shows up on TV in one gimmick or another every few years or so. He was the Doink who Heath Slater defeated on the July 2, 2012 Raw. Cool Mask: As Kim Chee A Day in the Limelight: His pin on HHH. Facial Markings: As Abe “Knuckleball” Schwartz, his face was painted to look like a baseball. Finishing Move: Swinging Neckbreaker, Cannonball Splash He’s Back: Teamed with The Miz and Alberto Del Rio to defeat 3MB at TLC 2012. I Have Many Names Jobber: This is his image, to the point that, in mid 1999, the Rock once compared fighting Billy Gunn (who was getting pushed but wasn’t over) to fighting Gangrel (who wasn’t getting pushed but could have been a big name under the right circumstances) and to fighting the Brawler. Nice Hat: As the Brawler, and as Kim Chee http://www.harryfrens.com/2012/12/02/lot-of-photographers-got-into-it-because-they-were-groupies/, for different reasons. Power Stable: The Heenan Family Real Song Theme Tune: Abe “Knuckleball” Schwartz used an instrumental take on “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”. The Voiceless: As Kim Chee Wrestling Doesn’t Pay: Abe “Knuckleball” Schwartz, a striking wrestling baseball player.
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