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Clitoris, though it only rhymes with a specific pronunciation (cli-TO-ris instead of CLI-toris). It's discussed on the episode's Wiki page which also explains George's bizarre name suggestions (e.g. Loleola) and includes this little tidbit: According to the "Inside Look" from the DVD, the writers had trouble coming up with a name for Jerry's girlfriend, ...


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Once you watch the subsequent movies it'll start making more sense. The fact of the matter is that the other families had to go through the process of finding new Dons to run the family after the existing ones were killed off. So they couldn't all just retaliate after they found their leaders were dead, it would have been absolute chaos with no order or ...


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Vincent is a contract killer; he is killing them because he's paid to. He was hired by "drug lord Felix Reyes-Torrena", as the Wikipedia synopsis explains: FBI special agent Frank Pedrosa... identifies the targets as witnesses in a federal grand jury indicting Felix tomorrow. In retaliation, Felix has hired Vincent to kill all five key witnesses. ...


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Nancy wanted to kill Roark, but knew she would need help. Marv was Nancy's 'unofficial' protector, he would do anything for her (evident from earlier in the film when he defends her honor). Playing Marv, Nancy cuts her face and then blames Roark - which sends Marv into a rage thus giving her a perfect (if psychopathic) ally for the final attack on Roark's ...


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My answer is based on the truthfulness of following premises, as shown in the movie: Dr. Garner (Lisa Hoberman) has been depicted as being obsessed with Catherine. Catherine is a brilliant psychologist, who is writing a book (thought to be an alibi), the chapters of which depict the murders happened. I think, there is not just one killer. Dr. Garner, ...


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It is explained in the novel. Eclipse Magazine: ... although the invasion originates from another star system, the actual aliens are terraforming creatures who have emerged from the sea after coming in contact with starfish and frogs. Their very nature can change their environment to match that of their creators’ planet. Staffer's Book Review: ...


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I don't think they actually think about what happened after "mother wen mad". Grace explains her experience of their death like this Grace: I tried to wake you up... But you didn't move. I said to myself: "It's happened... I've killed my own children". I put the rifle to my forehead and pressed the trigger... But nothing happened, and instead of the ...


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I wondered that myself when watching it, but in fact it's actually explained right in X-Men: First Class. When Hank examines Raven's cells, he tells her that the same mutation making her transformable also slows her aging process: You got to see this. Your genes are extraordinary, you know that? Your cells age at half the rate of a normal human. When ...


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Yes, definitely. Don't forget that Hank already had very strong suspicions that Gus Fring was in charge of the operation, and it would not have been much longer before he managed to find enough evidence to come in with a search warrant and find the lab.


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Betty and Gilbert were having an affair. Betty was simply using Gilbert for her sexual needs and for Dilbert it served as an escape from his troubled family duties. Betty's husband apparently knows about this but is not furious on either Gilbert or his own wife. There could be several reasons for this like the usual domestic problems between a married ...


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derek was about to kill the young hostage , the man confirmed that the other hostage is hi younger self , he cracked and confessed if you watch carefully , derek wants to kill the young man to prevent him to become who he becomes , and prevent what he does in feature, but jess kills the older as the younger has not comitted any crime yet if you watch more ...


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If you remember, at the beginning of Season 5 he was essentially starting from scratch. One common theme through the show was that Jesse and Walt seemed to spend or lose just about as much as they made. So, you need to more or less eliminate his salary from Gus as most of what he made was gone, and he only worked for Gus for a short time so he didn't earn ...


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There are multiple ways to interpret the ending, and ultimately I don't think we can point to one of them and say "That is the right ending; the other one is just wrong." I think the screenwriter was happy to leave that uncertainty, because horror flourishes better in an atmosphere where things are uncertain. To start with what's relatively certain... It ...



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