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He's talking about the Baratheon seed. It's strong so all Baratheons have black hair, regardless of who they breed with. All of Robert's bastards have black hair. All Baratheons going back years have black hair. Since the seed is strong, Robert's "children" by Cersei couldn't possibly be his, because they have blonde hair.


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Sansa executes Ramsay like a Bolton would—feeding him to his own dogs—instead of the way a Stark (like her father) would. Her time with Ramsay changed her into someone who will give into the temptation of making someone suffer a horrible death.


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This is most likely just Ramsay saying that he has changed Sansa. She's no longer the same person she was before marrying Ramsay, and so he 'is a part of her'. Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton) supports this explanation in the quote below: "What he's saying to her," he says, "is that his mind, his mark, will be on her. Very much like if you look at Theon now,...


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Clearly Ramsay said that sansa is a part of him and not the other way round where ramsay says that he is a part of sansa(which would have clearly implied that sansa is carrying his child), which means he implies that maybe she has turned into a little bold and cruel sansa(considering how she feels happy when she turns away from the cage when the dogs start ...


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In this interview the actor who plays Ramsay (Iwan Rheon) refers to that line as meaning the lasting psychological damage that he's caused Sansa: I think [the final scene with Ramsay and Sansa] was great. It’s a good scene. It leaves Sansa in an interesting place as a character, because he’s saying, “I’m inside you now.” [Rheon shudders] It’s horrible, ...


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This is purely based on my observation of what going on the scene, not based on the book since I haven't read it. Usually, if someone have been traumatized, at some point that person might grow hatred inside and do it into someone else, and eventually possibly become another "mean person" too. Letting someone to be eaten by a dog is mean at some degree. If ...


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It does not appear that this is a direct quote from any other media. However, it is reminiscent of a quote about Batman (another DC Comics superhero) from The Dark Knight: "He's the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now." —Commissioner Gordon In both quotes, the hero is said to not be the one that the people need, but the one they ...


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Its a figure of speech. Basically it means to stop acting like a woman, get to the point. It could be considered sexist or derogatory. I don't know the context, but I'm guessing the subject was rambling on, complaining of something, or something similar. Maybe this isn't the best answer, or shouldn't be considered an answer. The question is more about ...


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It's very simple. Stop reading too much into it. I'm from New York. If I'm in an airport in Germany, and I ask someone where they're from, and they reply "Queens", the odds of meeting another NYC resident would be rare, so a chuckle and disbelief would be about the right reaction. So Steve is basically acknowledging the innate New York brotherhood and ...


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There are many ways to film dialogue scenes. In reality, what you see on film (unless there are no cuts at all) is a compilation of potentially dozens of takes of on-set film and audio recording, possibly coupled with digital recording sessions done after the fact (the way they record audio for animated films). Shooting a scene On a single camera shoot, ...


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Son of a gun, is a euphemism for Son of a bitch. In this case, it's a double entendre, as a dog is literally a son of a bitch, and the common use of the phrase to express disbelief for any reason.


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Jake had a line early in the movie while talking to Mrs. Mulwray to the effect that sometimes it is better to let sleeping dogs lie. And we see throughout the movie, particularly in his relationship with Evelyn Mulwray, that he never lets sleeping dogs lie --he is after all a detective--and his actions end up making matters worse if not for him for someone ...


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I have studied Mayan culture for ten years. Lack of a strong single unit, the arrival of the Spaniards, and disease all played there part to the Maya demise. It is my opinion that the main reason for the collapse of the Mayan Empire was the scarce amount of water during the final decades. This was caused by their excavation of trees to build temples. No ...


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You people are reading too much into this. It's just two people who were fighting a moment ago and come to find out they're from the same hometown. Cap's reaction simply means "Oh yeah? Me too." That's all it is.


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I found this on instagram and was amazed to see the reference (backward compatibility). Adding to all the good answers and as @michael also mentions, it's a reference to the first Captain America movie. Another example is the last fight scene between Cap, Bucky and Iron Man, in which Captain says, I can do this all day. This exact same line was said ...


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It suggests to me a reference to The Jackson 5.. The Jackson 5, or Jackson Five — and The Jacksons in later years, is an American popular music group. Formed in 1963 under the name the Jackson Brothers, the founding members were Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Marlon. Michael would join one year later...



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