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Did she not find ANYONE else in the entire King's Landing to satisfy her desires? Jaime and Cersei have been having a physical relationship long before either of them went to King's Landing, as is revealed in Jaime's third chapter of A Storm of Swords: He could never bear to be long apart from his twin. Even as children, they would creep into each ...


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At the beginning, he was asked to come to General Brigham's office. The General wanted Cage to show the war from the front ... from where the action was. Then Cage refused and then tried to blackmail the General. Cage thinks he's getting his way as he's walking out the building, but the General is just lining him up for failure as he has the guards take him ...


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Don Corleone wanted nothing to do with the drug trade. As is apparent from this meeting. When Sonny spoke up to Sollozzo and says, "Now wait a minute. You're telling me you can guarantee...?" The way Sonny delivered the line and his actions while doing clearly indicate that Sonny (and maybe the Corleones) are interested in the proposal, seeing as he ...


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There is an awesome answer, on Reddit, here. At one point, Frank explains to Tusk why he taps his ring, when he leaves a table or a lectern. To quote from the Reddit posting by thisisntnamman: Frank: "Something my father taught me. It's meant to harden your knuckles so you don't break them if you get into a fight. It also has the added benefit of ...


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This is Lindsey Broad as Lisa, a high school student and a friend of Eric and Molly. She actually appears in many scenes before that (when Jenko punches Sanders; at the party; and later on at Eric's place, where she asks Schmidt why he and Jenko don't look alike). However, unless I'm very much mistaken, you do have a point: I think her name is only ...


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According to the Boardwalk Empire wiki: Nucky was the Atlantic County Sheriff from 1908 to 1912. During this period he married Mabel Thompson. In 1912, the Atlantic City organization was the target of a campaign of depuration led by the then Democratic Governor of New Jersey Woodrow Wilson; Nucky and The Commodore made a deal under which The ...


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They're not holes, they're white icing stains (this is much more visible in the beginning of the episode; see picture below). The stains are hastily explained by Happy as they rush to the van: We got out through the kitchen, I ran into a giant cake. I don't want to talk about it.


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I don't think people would have waited till next day to cash in the chips. There was big money at stake. Soon after the earth-quake had settled (which was only a few minutes), people would have went in to cash in the chips. Also, I don't think casinos can just change the chips without any reason. There definitely was fraud and Willy Bank knew it but the ...


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The patrons of the Slaughtered Lamb are obviously aware of the roaming werewolf, and are naturally suspicious of outsiders. By barricading themselves into the pub, they are enacting a strategy against the beast which they are clearly familiar with. Considering the remoteness of the location, and the fact that the locals are organized enough to band together ...


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The veil is located deep within the Department of Mysteries, which contains many of mysteries of the wizarding world. I believe the significance of it is greater than the mystery it represents. As J.K. Rowling has said, "It's been there as long as the Ministry itself." This artifact presents something historically significant, although it is impossible to ...


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To get rid of Jesse. It's my speculation, i think Gus is not able to kill Jesse directly because of Walt. But he can create situation where he can get killed by his own. So killing Thomas is good way to make Jesse to create trouble for his own self. It was Walt's involvement which saved Jesse in the end otherwise Jesse might died that day.


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My reading is similar (but not the same) as G Blake Meike's. The ring symbolises a more noble/idealist Frank, taking it off isn't to allow him to toughen his knuckles, but is him "taking the gloves off", and entering the bare knuckle fight. The dialogue with Walker is a a Freudian thing, his humanity (or conscience) warning Walker that the fight is now on ...



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