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Have you worked Kinder? It looks as though she is taking her time to find a happy place...I don't agree that she is troubled, more so she is fighting for her own sanity!


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In the cartoon from the 80s they were abandoned on his front doorstep, and he adopted them. i don't know their origin in the movies. I just remember when my sister used to watch the TV show. This detail stuck with me for some reason. I'll check to see if I can get an episode number and air date... update(according to wikipedia): "A Chipmunk Reunion" ...


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I guess there was a dialogue where the host said and I don't remember the exact dialogue, but it was something like this "No chai wallah can come from the slums and become a millionaire. Only person has done it so far and that's me." I am pretty sure there was such a line which establishes the fact that the host himself had a rags to riches story ...


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I believe that "this is my show" is meant to tell us that the host wants to be the show's only star. Due to his success and back story, Jamal was becoming very popular. The host knew that should this chaiwalah win the ultimate prize, his popularity would explode and eclipse his own. Jamal would become the show's biggest star overnight. The host's ego ...


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Well it never been explained in the show, how the Others got their wealth. One can only assume with the mystic power of the island granting it to Jacob as the protector of the Island for 2000 years, allowing Jacob to get out from the Island, recruiting various people and accumulating wealth through various means necessary, which is also not explain in the ...


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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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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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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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Yes, it was Banks. Whoever said Charlie is wrong. You can clearly see it's him through the visor as well as his jersey number #99. That's actually how Charlie got the breakaway with Goldberg as Banks had to take the dive to stop the puck so he was a bit late catching up to them when they pressed forward on the offensive.


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First of all, Zoredache's answer is perfectly correct about his main motivation for caring about Rachel. She was at first a facilitator in bringing down Russo, to be taken care of and prepared for her further employment in this case, and later simply a confidant in the whole conspiracy, to be hidden from the world and cared for to not talk about it. But you ...


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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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The character of English Bob is set to contrast with William Mummy. Mummy is a real killer, English Bob a self proclaimed killer. The reporter hears the story of English Bob and after that, he sees him be humiliated by Little Bill, what makes him a liar, at least a great story teller. In the last scene, he sees in Mummy what English Bob supposed to be. ...


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my guess is that Cage usually wakes up to the last moment where he regained consciousness. Since he lost consciousness when he was tasered, that's where he wakes up. Now, when Omega is killed, the war is over, so Cage would never have met with the General, and therefore never would have been tasered and lose consciousness. In this situation, the last ...


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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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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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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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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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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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Tarantino is a Director who is a homage maven. My thought is the slip up by Hickox is a nod to the Director John Sturges and his work in the 1963 WWII epoch "The Great Escape". If you recall, in that film, Bartlett and MacDonald evade capture after escaping from the Stalag. They slip away, but they are caught while boarding a bus after MacDonald blunders by ...


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Remember that he cheated during the contest. The arrows he fired into the target were equipped with some kind of tech that let them home in on the target, so it's reasonable to assume there was more than just wood in their makeup. It's probable that it was those that he detonated, rather than the target itself.


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The ring probably symbolizes a simpler time for Frank. As we saw in his class reunion episode (Season 1 Episode 8), Frank was quite different and more idealistic back in school. He sang in a barbershop quartet, was in a loving relationship, and basically ran wild and rambunctious with his schoolmates. The fact that for the duration of his stay in his school ...


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Frank Dux has stated (and this can be found on his website) that he was an Elite Operative with super-high security clearance. Further, he states that his military record has been sealed, even impervious to the FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act) due to covert operations in Russia and his involvement in Iran/Contra. Someone this important to the military ...


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The Barkeeper is on Bridget von Hammersmark's side. Although it is not clearly seen during the shooting frenzy that against whom he uses his gun. But if you closely analyze the other scenes it appears that he was definitely on Bridget's side. Here are the indications Scene where the men have just arived at the bar. Bridget is not so cautious of him when ...


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What's being overlooked here is she was clueing him into a combination which, if used, would cause him to be shot. Which, when she dressed for his visit, she knew and he did not. She could choose at any time to alert him had the thugs not arrived and informed him there was a trick combination.


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I think I have proven Marla is not real, along with many other characters (including Bob). I made a site for it here: http://www.jackdurden.com


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No, she does not know...but in the film they do kind of make you think she might think something is up, but overall to her he's just a teenage boy going through a rough patch.


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Seems silly but remember that their ship probably travels near the speed of light, and that isn't using the phantom drive which bends space making faster than light travel possible. Remember Earth is The faster you move to the speed of light. Time slows down for you. so its possible that Zods crew have been traveling for 33 years (remember earth years) but ...


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If the Omega had not died, I believe he would still have the reset ability. The Omega IS dead, however, and the Omega was the entity resetting time when the Alpha/Cage died. So while he does still have the reset ability in his blood, there is no Omega to perform the reset.


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This is just a funny reference to the movie Footloose, a dancing movie from the 80s starring the actor Kevin Bacon in the lead role. In fact Peter does summarize the story of this movie quite accurately: Well, on my planet, we have a legend about people like you. It's called Footloose. And in it, a great hero, named Kevin Bacon, teaches an entire city ...


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Having seen the movie several times, I don't think anything was "dragging" the girl (Carina, possibly?) towards the Infinity Stone other than her own desire. She had just finished listening to Tanleer explain how powerful the stone is, and earlier in the movie we had seen how he verbally abuses her and forces her to do very menial and back-breaking work. ...


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Because Sam was their top earner and with the change in casinos after their trial, they kept him around to keep earning. He had already proven himself during his previous trials about his license and not only that, he survived the bombing. This had two implications, first is that he wasn't like Nicky and the second, he had far too much press after he ...


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In that scene, Tyler's perspective is as follows: He sees The Narrator put a gun in his mouth, which means that if The Narrator pulls the trigger, Tyler would believe he would die as he would believe The Narrator would die. The reason why it works: Before The Narrator pulls the trigger, he says "Tyler, my eyes are open". The significance of this is that ...


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There must have been hundreds of boys going through Wilkinson Home for Boys, being abused by the guards there. Why would he remember names of the random three of his victims (again, among probable hundreds) from 13 years before?


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It's been a long time since I watched the movie, but I don't remember a single hint of him being aware of the scam. As I wrote in the answer to your other question on this movie, Danny was manipulated by Michael.


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The point of the whole trial was not (just) the "not guilty" verdict, but the exposure of what was happening all those years ago. I see at least two problems with a good lawyer: He would go for the "not guilty" verdict and only for that, with no interest to risk it for the truth, and with no desire to make enemies of the cops. He would lead the show, ...


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While this appears to be a story hole, the fact is, Clarisse has out-smarted Jack Crawford a couple of times, and has proven to be insightful. When Hannabel tells her to 'look inside yourself', she correctly deduces that 'Yourself' is the name of a storage house, and she goes there and looks inside. She also has the insight when Jack speaks to the other ...


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The storage area was a closet, resulting from the conversion of Minnie and Roman's huge apartment into two different units. This had been a normal doorway between the two sections of the apartment, until it was sectioned off. Much like dividing doors between two adjoining rooms in a hotel. Shelves where added to make some use of the space. But eventually, ...


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Insider reference to the comic books. In the Marvel universe Samuel Sterns was mutated by gamma radiation into The Leader.


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He knew he was going to die and didn't know how to tell her goodbye, it even says in the movie "what should I tell her?" "nothing that need be said" and Spartans aren't supposed to show weakness so that was their way of telling each other they loved each other and in the end maybe she just wanted to pass something on to their son from his father.


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Liber8's main goal is to fight against the major corporations that slowly take over the power. As you may have noticed, they are not exactly strong believers in peaceful methods. They are radicals and try to reach their goals by force and public attention. To do this, they need weapons, but when they arrived back in 2012 they had none, so they attacked some ...


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Well, at the time of Don Vito Corleone's death by heart failure, Fredo had been sent off to Las Vegas to begin the process of securing the family real estate and business(es) as well as ensuring that local politicians and senior police are either bought, or otherwise neutered. It is the new Godfather's decision that the family should move to Vegas and away ...


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sumtng struck up !! the semen test was a not match right !! and the retarded guy explained in detail on the gals murder !! so after the murderer had left the retarded one must have mastrubated on her body !! and tats one tings solved ! and the killer might just be anyone but the sad letter song request is just too much of a coincidence ! so i vote the last ...


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As you can see from this map of Middle Earth, Gondor is the name of the kingdom to the west of Mordor: And Minas Tirith is a castle city, and capital of the kingdom during the time period depicted in the series: As it says on the Wikipedia article for The White Tree of Gondor, it stands as a symbol for the realm of Gondor, but it also a symbol of the ...


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No. According to the script, here Sunshine 'knew' Harold was acting, in fact asking him who he trained with. She takes the knife and plays with the blade to determine how it works (slide up into the handle) and then proceeds to 'kill herself' using it (the acting prop knife) while continuing to act out Romeo and Juliet's Juliet death scene.


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According to the script:- AHMET ...They put me here. They say I raped a little boy. I have been here very long time. They will never let me go.


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My interpretation of this was that at the end of the movie Cutter was so disgusted with Angier that he wanted him to suffer. He allowed Borden to gain access to the theater, he knew Borden was going to shoot Angier, and as Angier lay dying he wanted Angier's last thoughts to be about the horrible death his wife endured. You really can't hurt a man more ...



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