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It was really obvious to me. The heating floor and Ted are basically the same thing to her, comfort away from home. The chat she just had about Marie before going in Ted's house to get some deep and dirty to paraphrase Saul started to make her think that she might be a bit too harsh with Walt. That's also why she actually smiles when he picks up Holly (the ...


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Based on what the Architect says, to understand the human mind and help the machines make the humans accept the program better they turn to the Oracle. The oracle is a software which has a more .. human touch. The oracle doesn't only help understanding the human mind, but also thinks like one. This is why the oracle takes pleasure in baking cookies, etc. ...


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The character information i am able gather are The character of Hugo is entirely fictional. Georges Méliès's have two wives, first wife Eugénie, who was married to Méliès during the time he made films (and who died in 1913). And second Jeanne d'Alcy, they did not marry until 1925. In film Eugénie got skipped and Jeanne presented as fusion of both. ...


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When I saw Crimson Tide, I took this line as Ramsey trying to provoke Hunter by making a joke about brutality toward something Hunter likes. Earlier in the movie, they have a conversation about horse riding, and it's clearly something Hunter enjoys. So, of all the "just follow orders" analogies he could've used, he almost goes out of his way to use one that ...


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Capt. Ramsey has considered Hunter to be insubordinate and treasonous since early in the movie. Ramsey believes in chain of command and subordinates following orders. He believes that Hunter should have repeated Ramsey's command without questioning it. So I interpret Ramsey's knowing look and laugh as him saying: if you apply enough voltage, you ensure ...


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After re-watching the Lucretia's arc of story it looks like Lucretia has became more sane and she want revenge from Ilithyia. Now her hate-rate of Ilithyia is more then any other person. She shows nothing to Ilithyia directly but her steps always proves this. Even shown by killing Ilithyia's child with a suicide.


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It's hard to judge if he is good or bad. You can probably say he is not good at his job because he had to kill so many people to save people. If he is really good at his job then he would not need to do that. Is he actually saved people or killed the innocents? Yes he saved people by his bombings, because his bombings supposedly killed potential ...


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The harbormaster is indicating that he has accepted the bribe and will allow Jack to remain anonymous. He may also be slying suggesting that he thinks Jack is up to no good. Giving the name of Smith when registering at a public accommodation is strongly associated in the public imagination with devious behavior. For example, it is the name which adulterers ...


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The homeless woman was Emily Putner and she was killed in an accident that resulted from John Teller's collision with the semi-truck. Her daughter (who threw the rock at the ice cream shop) is Brooke. Brooke didn't disappear, she and Jax made peace and she became a babysitter for Abel and Thomas and had a relationship with Rat. So what can be said for sure ...


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Mrs Harsaw was attracted to bad guys, she was of course bored with her old husban so she had a relationship with the local tough guy. When Maddox arrived at town, she found him more interesting than Sutton so she turned towards Maddox in the first place. As Maddox's interest was mitigated in her, she continued to frequent Sutton, as a second best, but also ...


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Possibly Dr. Weird from Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Here's a compilation of his 'Behold' cold-opens [WARNING: gets a bit gory near the end]: Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz from Phineas and Ferb ...


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It's unknown. Just like they remain a mystery in the book (see here), Quoyle's first and middle name are never revealed in the movie either (see here). Sorry. :(


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TL;DR: It's up to you. Were the murders he committed justified? Does his repentance at the film's end and his adherence to Gandhian principles forgive his earlier actions? Long Answer: I think you need to first look at the movie again, scene by scene, before then deciding what it all means. Synopsis: Saket Ram is working peacefully as an archaeologist ...


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There is no question of anyone being a terrorist. Saket Ram was a normal everyman who became religious fundamentalist due to incidents surrounding partition of India. Many incidents lead to his transformation from from a regular man to a fundamentalist and again many incidents lead to his re transformation. He is not suddenly convinced by his friend but his ...


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I think @System Down has summed up all the imported points. Just to add something though, here is an interview from Time Magazine the shows co-creator, Mark Guggenheim, where he discussed the change of direction in Season 2 compared to Season 1: TIME: Were there different sorts of things you wanted to accomplish with Season 2 compared with Season 1? ...


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Here's My Opinion: First: know that in TV series usually nothing is obvious from the begining, USUALLY, as for the CW series Supernatural, I have heard producers were only making 4 seasons, but they continued when they saw the unexpected number of fans and followers. and Second: there are so many alterations to characters, like Slade Wilson and Oliver's ...


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While Ankit presents a very reasonable rundown of the scene in his answer, when I carefully rechecked the shootout in particular, I came to the contradictory conclusion that he at least is opposed to the Basterds, which still leaves it unclear if he's entirely dedicated to the Germans or just minding his own business (or if he maybe even was a double agent ...


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She meant it as a slight insult, implying that Roy had changed when he started dating Thea. Abercombie and Fitch is an upscale clothing brand that is considered "trendy", particularly among the children of middle-to-upper class parents. I'm not sure what the word for "preppy" is these days, but that's how I'd describe it. Roy and Sin, on the other hand, are ...


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If you mean Ned Gerblansky, he isn't dead; at least, he was still around as recently as 2013, appearing in the episode World War Zimmerman. When Cartman went to Jimbo's store to buy a gun, Ned was there behind the counter, looking bored: Ned, however, didn't have any lines since 2001 (unless you count the video game The Stick of Truth released in March ...



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