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Shelock likes Watson because Watson is useful, he accomodates Sherlock's habbits and plays his part in things. For example Watson has no issue with Shelock not speaking or eating for days and then suddenly demanding his full attention. In the books more than the series Watson is also clever, insightful and resourceful. Holmes notes in stories where he ...


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Daddy, as a term used during sexual intercourse, usually signifies that the person saying it is being submissive towards the person (usually a male) that they're saying it to. It can be considered synonymous with other words such as master or Sir. Could also indicate that the male they're saying it to is their sugar daddy, a term for a male who provides ...


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This is an overdramatized and irrational generalization that is often made by persons who assume that they have a right to be in someone's life when that person interests them. There is no justification for what he says, and in the context of our society's history this could be seen as a male-/ego-centric trope of the asserted assumption of the necessity of ...


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My best answer comes from an answer that was given to this same question in 2006: Adult Myers is introduced in the screenplay as a shape jumping on the back of Marion's car. Therefore, for script consistency, the term was used for the rest of the draft and eventually the series. Also, there is further explanation and links to the script here. ...


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Firstly, Beca wanted to go to Los Angeles and become a music producer but her father refuses it and forces her to become a student at Barden University in Georgia. If you've observed Beca's character keenly, in the beginning she's a recluse and doesn't want to make any friends. On the other hand, Jesse likes Beca and wants to make her a socially acceptable ...


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According to the Disney Wiki, there's no information about what happened to them other than their father was in hospital once, and the information that does exist is contradictory (emphasis mine): Huey, Dewey and Louie are the sons of Donald's sister Della Duck; in Donald's Nephews, their mother is instead named Dumbella. In the original theatrical ...


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Remember first, Zander went into the Service well before (months) before Carmen, Carl, and Rico joined up. During this time he has already gone through flight school and is established as a pilot on the ship. In order to attain this position (pilot), they need to be the best and the brightest ... extremely good with math and such. When Carmen arrives on the ...


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Malvo is an extremly odd character. You can say he is somewhat similar to the Joker in The Dark Knight. These are psychotic criminals without clear motives for a crime (The joker, obviously being way ahed of the curve). There are several instances from the show where Malvo does strange things to people. Some examples : when he check in to a motel, he ...


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I saw that Malvo gets consistently portrayed as entirely vague and entirely evil. The only solid characterizations for him are the cassette tapes he carries around of all these recorded conversations. It's hinted at a lot, but when we see him living as the dentist, we finally see an unequivocal scene where he is just sitting alone, listening to the tape, and ...


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Well... let's Trope this. A Posthumous Character is one that is a prominent character, but happens to be dead for the majority of the movie. A character in a movie (as opposed to an extra/human prop) is part of the plot. To paraphrase from the Trope page... In Children of Men, the reason the child Dylan was even born was to die and provide drama and ...


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We can never know why, maybe he director didn't overthink and simply decided to not include it. I got this from an interview with him: What scenes are absolutely fundamental to the story? What scenes must be in our film? And what scenes can we do with out, even if we love them? So he just said they were picky while choosing what scenes to do and ...


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I'd guess the movie's motive for not introducing the McKee subplot is because that was only a minor subplot of the book. And re-telling a book story in movie form, when you've got to get all the key details on screen in just 2 or 3 hours, means you have to omit many minor details. The core story of The Great Gatsby is about Gatsby and the world he lived in, ...


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They had to keep some of her comic backstory relevant, or the fanboys would have cried foul. In the comics, she was actually born in the late 20's/early 30's. If you recall the scene in The Avengers, when she lures Banner out, she uses a very young girl and remarks something like, "I was about her age when I started." So the MCU already has her working at ...


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After watching that episode and reading the books i too have asked myself a couple of times what exactly Podrick did to those three whore and the thing is i've come to believe that maybe he really didn't do anything. What if it was just the other way around.


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You might not have watched it yet, but in the season finale Podrick went to the courtyard to tell Tyrion there was a family meeting going on, and a couple of girls giggled and said, "Ooh, that’s him!", indicating that his reputation is spreading by word of mouth. I think the in-universe answer is supposed to be yes, Podrick really is a good lover.


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There's probably no deeper meaning to it Podrick is pretty much seen as the comedic sidekick. In both the books and the TV show he is the unfortunate recipient of plenty of witty quips (mostly by Tyrion), even the fandom have picked him up as a funny meme of sort ("I blame Pod" is very widespread among fans). Also, the incident with the whores never ...


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Looks kinda like Sue Grafton, writer of the Alphabet series featuring private-eye Kinsey Millhone. Grafton was once a TV writer, which is why she has an aversion to her books being "picked up" for script treatments.


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In an interview (2006) Dominic Purcell, the actor who played the titular character, had this to say: Apparently I was the messiah returned. [The Pheonix group] were working for the Vatican. ... The Catholics. They didn't want it to be revealed that the true Christ had returned. From another interview (2007) with the actor: Well, John Doe was ...


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From Wikipedia, derived from an interview with the series creators in Entertainment Weekly: Due to the series' cancellation, the final episode ended with an unresolved cliffhanger, revealing that Digger, John's close friend, was in fact the true leader of the Phoenix Organization. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, series creators Brandon ...


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The article's only piece of evidence is the anagram, which strikes me as interesting but not conclusive. Rather than M being Silva's real mother, I think a key element of the story is that Silva and Bond had virtually identical past relationships with M: both Silva and Bond had been orphaned or abandoned as children, leading to each of them being selected ...



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