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Walt took the second job to add another source of income for his family. Do not forget that Skyler was pregnant at that time, and that meant Walt's family was going to expand. Obviously, Walt did not make much, through his primary job of a High school teacher. So with a wife, disabled son and an upcoming baby, and Walt being the sole bread winner, his choice ...


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The last mention of Edmure was in Season 3 episode 10 "Mhysa". Look at us now, Tully. You're dead, your daughter's dead, your grandson's dead, your son spent his wedding night in a dungeon and I'm Lord of Riverrun. -Walder Frey There has been no further mention of him, or Blackfish, or the Tullys at all in following seasons of the show, which have ...


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In The Climb (6th episode of season 3): Tyrion: Trying to have me killed is an odd way of saying thank you. There are two people in King’s Landing who can give an order to a Kingsguard. Did you or did you not order Ser Mandon to kill me during the Battle of the Blackwater? Cersei remains silent. Tyrion: The impulse I understand. He hates me ...


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When Ramsay captures Theon , he converts him into Reek for following reasons:- By keeping Theon alive, he has a hostage from the Greyjoy family, who are always a threat for the 'Warden of North'. He finds a loyal friend and servant by brainwashing him. Now, Theon had some personal motivation but Reek has none. He is completely faithful to Ramsay. He can ...


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How does he know Quill is there? He doesn't. That's why he starts barking questions about who are you/how did you know about this place. More importantly, how does Korath even know about the Infinity stone? He doesn't know about the Stone inside, just that he is supposed to retrieve it. If he does know about it and he also knows it is laying ...


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Hector killed Max on Don Eladio's (non vocal) orders, because he felt insulted. Gus and Max, the Don felt, had manipulated him, through his minons, into having the meeting. By supposedly selling drugs, in his territory, to his men. While Gus and Max may really have gave it away instead of selling it, it doesn't matter to someone like the Don. And by going ...


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You're right to bring up the other scene where we see he's a "bad ass shot", as we see he doesn't hesitate to shoot to hurt/kill. Why not with Kimble? In fact why the hostage scene (or even the other escaped convinct character!) in the first place? It doesn't add anything to the story does it? Unless... By the time the city jail scene comes along, there is ...


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Rollerball was a team sport. It emphasized team over individuals. Jonathan's fame made him an individual, rising above the team. The central concept behind the movie was to be an individual, not a sheep. That is, to make a name for yourself and rise above the herd. It's sort of a Capitalist view, but that was what the author was trying to convey. From ...


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It is called Ululation, and as explained in the very thorough wiki page, many peoples around the world have used it in celebration and sorrow. In fact, that specific scene in Lawrence of Arabia was showing that the women of the Arab forces were both celebrating their men going off to war, and expressing their sorrow that some won't return.


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Historically (for humans and equines as well as other species I'm sure) checking teeth is a very easy way to gather information about the health of someone. If they're not eating properly, or dehydrated, or diseased, likely their teeth and gums will show. In some post-apocalyptic type movies, cannibals would sharpen their teeth, so checking that they aren't ...


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Other answers have already explianed why Ser Allisor got support with Night's Watch in killing Jon Snow. I will like to try to cover more of what the OP has asked, why he was killed at night instead of not allowing to enter. Some of the Night's Watch's brothers are still loyal to Jon, so there was a chance that they rebel against Allisor at that time. Or ...



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