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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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I have a coworker that is Japanese and she said this is what Sofie Fatale said during the phone call "Hi, I'm in the middle of a meeting. Can you call me back a bit later? ...Oh you're with your wife? haha, sure I got it." Also she mentioned that her Japanese sucks The call is here, starts at 1:08 ...


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The joke is that most taxi drivers are foreign, with names that are difficult for Americans to pronounce. Sometimes cabbies give themselves English sounding names to make it easier for their passengers. Think about that scene from Horrible Bosses when the OnStar employee directs the guys to the bar where they met Jamie Foxx.


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"Hot and wet", in a sexual sense, means the woman you're with is very turned on and ready to have sex. This is a very good thing. "Hot and wet", in an atmospheric sense, means it's going to be difficult to breathe and there will likely be a high mosquito count, particularly if you're in an area where mosquitos live, such as a jungle. He was trying to add ...


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I think that when Beth said she got it, it is because Dawn put the fault on the others cops about how the hospital was managed. Each times she talked about what they had to do in order the other cops kept protecting the group. In the episode she said that her mentor died because he loved to help people but he put him in risky situation sometimes. She didn't ...


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As for official sources, both the actress and an executive producer offered their opinion on the matter. Says Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd: She gets that Dawn was the kind of person who made up the rules as she went along. She would do anything to not only survive, but to maintain power. There is no negotiating with someone like that, ...


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The way I understood it is thus: Beth has just realized that Dawn's power lies completely in making others subservient to her, and Dawn knows it. Dawn needs a ward who will listen to her and obey her. Noah filled that part prior to Beth's arrival. When Noah escapes, Dawn now needs to bind Beth to her, so she starts being nicer to her, covering up for her ...


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I took it to mean that their group, the "hospital" group, is based off a very fragile alliance. No one is really in it for the group, they're each in it for themselves for different reasons. This is counter to Rick's group, where it's very much a Three Musketeers mentallity. As for Dawn telling Noah that she knew he'd be back, I took that as more of a ...


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I think it means that Beth realized Dawn had no power, and was as scared as everyone else. Dawn was merely the ruler of a small kingdom, a kingdom that was fragile. She depended on, and exploited, fear to remain as its leader. She probably killed (Hanson?), the former king to assume the top spot, and she merely had to watch her back for the next up-and-comer ...


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When you send your shirt to be cleaned, you can ask them to starch your collar to keep it from curling. So Bobby is just humorously saying that the cervical collar is the result of the launderers over-starching Karl's shirt collar rather than his injury.


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To summarise from Wikipedia, the story of My Fair Lady is as follows: The story concerns Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl who takes speech lessons from professor Henry Higgins, a phoneticist, so that she may pass as a lady. In other words, taking a common girl and making her into a proper lady. The lines you refer to are the professor ...


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You've obviously watched the Director's Cut, going by the questions you've asked. There are some differences in the script, including this section. To quote the relevant section from the original script: Lefty: Ain't no comparison. Cadillac got more acceleration, more power, more-- better handling, ...


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In that scene, they are comparing the Lincoln, Cadillac, and Mercedes automobiles. One guy says "I'll tell you one thing, my friend. Undisputable. The Lincoln is longer." He is talking about the length of the Lincoln Town Car - he is saying it is longer (has more length) than the other cars. When Al Pacino says "It's longer? Longer like what? Longer ...


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When Lefty is in the car, he is indeed afraid of being "whacked". He's checking his mirror to see the back seat of the car, so he can keep an eye on everyone in the car and be ready for anything (in the hope he could do something about it). We can see his fear from the script: SONNY Hey, Left, what'cha doing? LEFTY Just checking my part. SONNY ...



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