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My reading of the scene was that it was a way of contrasting her sexual experience (great) with her IQ (small). Simply put, although she has plenty of experience "doin' it on top", she lacks the vocabulary and the wit to recognise that that's what he's talking about. Note that she also fails to realise that he's been to prison, imagining that he's been ...


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Welcome to the Rileys (2010) Chloe (2009) Fanny Hill (2007) Lovelace (2013)


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They are called Cheval de frise The cheval de frise (plural: chevaux de frise) was a medieval defensive anti-cavalry measure consisting of a portable frame (sometimes just a simple log) covered with many projecting long iron or wooden spikes or spears. While you're correct that in the film they don't stop any of the attacking Greeks, embedded stakes ...


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It is a Shakespeare play, he's doing Richard III (he's also dressed like him). The line he's reading is from act IV, scene IV in the play: If I did take the kingdom from your sons, to make amends, I'll give it to your daughter. As for "the man", it's unclear; bear in mind that he's going nuts. He's looking and pointing up when he says that, so it's ...


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HE is affected because his speed force is the only thing that makes him the reverse flash and without it, he is just a normal human being. See episode 17. Edit: Barry does have a tolerance for alcohol because his nerve cells regenerate and repair themselves quickly from the effects of alcohol. In the episode 5 end we see barry gets buzzed for a high proof ...


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Yes, DVD versions of shows can often differ--sometimes drastically--from the original broadcast version, as can syndicated broadcasts. Whether they'll include additional material or exclude original material all depends. Most often, material is cut simply for time on broadcast. In syndication runs, more ad revenue may need to be generated, so more time is ...



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