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Single episode Whumps

I will collect here single episodes with good whumps, even if the serie is not listed because lacks of whumps. This page will be continuously updated.

  • Aftermath:
  1. 1.07 episode “What the Thunder Said”. Character: Joshua Copeland, performed by James Tupper. Type of whumps: shot in the abdomen, treated on the field and bullet extracted “magically”, blood and pain, passed out, healed (too) fast.
  2. 1.10-1.11 episodes. Character: Joshua Copeland, performed by James Tupper. Type of whumps: got brain fever in the previous episode, coughing blood, fever and hallucinations, heavely sedated and visions, delusional, collapsed and unconscious on the ground.
  • Bosch:
  1. 1.01 episode “Tis the Season”. Character: Det. Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch, performed by Titus Welliver. Type of whumps: slipped into the woods and ended against a tree, chest dressed and painful as he moves.
  2. 2.03 episode “Victim of the Night”. Character: Det. Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch, performed by Titus Welliver. Type of whumps: hit with teaser and slammed against wall, bloody nose, bruises on his nose and lip.
  • Chicago Med:
  1. 1.01 episode “Derailed”. Character: Dr. Connor Rhodes, performed by Colin Donnell. Type of whumps: involved into train accident, cut on his arm.
  2. 2.12 episode “Mirror Mirror”. Character: Dr. Jeff Clarke, performed by Jeff Hephner. Type of whumps: accidentally shot at his arm.
  • Colony:
  1. 1.06 episode “Yoknapatawpha”. Character: Will Bowman, performed by Josh Holloway. Type of whumps: deep cut at his arm, treated and dressed on the field, fought and tired.
  2. 2.01 episode (and 2.02) “Eleven.Thirteen”. Character: Will Bowman, performed by Josh Holloway. Type of whumps: beaten and stabbed into his shoulder, treated and dressed on the field, fought and hit at his wound, fought again.
  • Forever:
    [not really durable because… you know, the immortal thing… but there are a couple worthy of mention]
  1. 1.05 episode “The Pugilist Break”. Character: Dr. Henry Morgan, performed by Ioan Gruffudd. Type of whumps: beaten and kicked, laying in hospital bed, bruises sore and limping.
  2. 1.07 episode “New York Kids”. Character: Dr. Henry Morgan, performed by Ioan Gruffudd. Type of whumps: shot twice in two different situations.
  3. 1.08 episode “The Ecstasy of Agony”. Character: Dr. Henry Morgan, performed by Ioan Gruffudd. Type of whumps: chained to a cross and badly tortured, electrocuted.
  4. 1.13 episode “Diamonds Are Forever”. Character: Det. Mike Hanson, performed by Donnie Keshawarz. Type of whumps: shot in the arm, hospital, arm in a sling for the rest of the episode.
  5. 1.22 episode “The Last Death of Henry Morgan”. Character: Dr. Henry Morgan, performed by Ioan Gruffudd. Type of whumps: fought and stabbed to death, shot to death and gasping in pain.
  • Frequency:
  1. 1.01 episode “Pilot”. Character: Det. Frank Sullivan, performed by Riley Smith. Type of whumps: shot, bleeding, recovering in hospital.
  2. 1.06 episode “Deviation”. Character: Det. Frank Sullivan, performed by Riley Smith. Type of whumps: beaten and kicked, bruises and sore.
  3. 1.10 episode “The Edison Effect”. Character: Det. Frank Sullivan, performed by Riley Smith. Type of whumps: car accident, bloody cut on his forehead, sore [consequences in 1.11 episode].
    Character: Det. Kyle Moseby, performed by Rob Mayes. Type of whumps: laying in hospital bed with concussion, bruised ribs and broken foream.
  4. 1.13 episode “Signal Loss”. Character: Det. Frank Sullivan, performed by Riley Smith. Type of whumps: shot.
    Character: Captain Stan Moreno, performed by Anthony Ruivivar. Type of whumps: shot twice.
  • Grantchester:
  1. 1.06 episode. Character: Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, performed by Robson Green. Type of whumps: shot, bleeding, hospital. Character: Reverend Sidney Chambers, performed by James Norton. Type of whumps: very worried and angst, fought and noise bleeding.
  2. 2.03 episode. Character: Reverend Sidney Chambers, performed by James Norton. Type of whumps: attacked and slashed an arm with a knife, hit on his neck and knocked out.
  3. 2.05/06 episode. Character: Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, performed by Robson Green and character: Reverend Sidney Chambers, performed by James Norton. Type of whumps: fought together, bad argument and broken friendship (for a while).
  4. 3.02 episode. Character: Reverend Sidney Chambers, performed by James Norton. Type of whumps: poisoned and felt sick, collapsed.
  • Lucifer:
    [not really durable because… you know, the immortal thing… but there are a couple worthy of mention]
  1. 1.04 episode “Manly Whatnots”. Character: Lucifer Morningstar, performed by Tom Ellis. Type of whumps: shot at his leg, bleeding for the first time, flesh wound.
  2. 1.07 “Wingman” and 1.12 “#TeamLucifer” episodes. Character: Lucifer Morningstar, performed by Tom Ellis. Type of whumps: punched several times, bruises and black eye.
  3. 1.13 episode “Take Me Back to Hell”. Character: Lucifer Morningstar, performed by Tom Ellis. Type of whumps: shot, bleeding and gasping, dead than resurrected.
  4. 2.13 episode “A Good Day to Die”. Character: Lucifer Morningstar, performed by Tom Ellis. Type of whumps: stopped his heart and revived, sweating.
  • Off the Map:
  1. 1.05 episode “I’m Here”. Character: Mateo, performed by Nicholas Gonzalez. Type of whumps: shot, bleeding, recovering in hospital.
  2. 1.06 episode “It’s Good”. Character: Julio, performed by José Zúñiga. Type of whumps: appendicitis, surgery without painkillers, chopper crash.
  3. 1.13 episode “There’s A Lot to Miss About the Jungle”. Character: Mateo, performed by Nicholas Gonzalez. Type of whumps: multiple shots, bleeding
  • Shades of Blue:
  1. 2.02 episode “Eye of the Hurricane”. Character: Robert Stahl, performed by Warren Kole. Type of whumps: punched and almost chocked to death, with black eye in the following episode.
  2. 2.12 episode “Behind the Mask”. Character: James Nava, performed by Gino Anthony Pesi. Type of whumps: slashed on his forearm with a piece of glass, bleedind, hospital care.
  3. 2.13 episode “Broken Dolls”. Character: Matt Wozniak, performed by Ray Liotta. Type of whumps: shot at point-blank in the abdomen.
  • X Company: *NEW
  1. 1.08–2.01 episode “Creon Via London”. Character: Tom Cummings, performed by Dustin Milligan. Type of whumps: aftermath of the shot in episode 1.08, bleeding, sweeting, fever for infection, very pale and weak.
  2. 2.01 episode “Creon Via London”. Character: Alfred Graves, performed by Jack Laskey. Type of whumps: captured and hanged by hands into a cell, badly beaten, many bloody bruises [torture continues in following episode].
  3. 3.05 episode “Frontiers”. Character: Franz Faber, performed by Torben Liebrecht. Type of whumps: captured, tied up, scarred with a knife and beaten, taunted, still shocked after escaped.
  • Agent Carter: 2.07 episode “Monsters”. Character: Det. Daniel Sousa, performed by Enver Gjokaj. Type of whumps: beaten and kicked, bruises and sore
  • Cardinal: 1.06 episode. Character: Det. John Cardinal, performed by Billy Campbell. Type of whumps: shot twice, bleeding and gasping, hit on his wounds, in hospital bed.
  • Extant: last frames of 2.12 and 2.13 episode “The Greater Good”. Character: JD Richter, performed by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Type of whumps: shot, bleeding out, treated on the field, recovering, fever and dizziness.
  • Hostages *NEW: 1.08 episode “The Good Reason”. Character: Duncan Carlisle, performed by Dylan McDermott. Type of whumps: attacked, stabbed with a syringe full of paralytic, treated on the field, cut with a knife without anesthetic, into a tub with ice to contrast poisoning.
  • Jessica Jones: 1.09 episode “AKA Sin Bin”. Character: Will Simpson, performed by Wil Traval. Type of whumps: involved into an explosion blast, injured and bloody, into hospital bed.
  • Halt and Catch Fire: 1.04 episode “Close to the Metal” (with some consequences into 1.05). Character: Joe Macmillan, performed by Lee Pace. Type of whumps: beadly beaten up, arrested and handcuffed in pain, hurt and sore.
  • Mary Kills People: 1.02 episode “The River Styx”. Character: Des, performed by Richard Short. Type of whumps: shot, blood and sweating, treated on the field, flesh wound dressed.

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I had a very good friend named Gil. We were in the same unit in Iraq, second tour for both of us. Gil was a real character, big motor mouth, very good soldier, and uh, he was always talking about how everyone has this hourglass, and the top of it is obscured, so you don’t know how much sand you have left. And he’d be like, “Hey, Clarke, how much sand do you think we got left? How much sand?” Anyway, we get back and he started to slip. His mom was worried about him, like the rest of us, and she asked me to keep an eye on him. And I did - I tried. Uh, I was outside Wrigley, and Gil is supposed to meet me there, and I get a text from him, “There’s no more sand.” I go racing over there… I didn’t make it.