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Oct
19
comment How does Tuttle actually disappear?
For what it's worth, on the official soundtrack, the music for Tuttle's disappearance is titled "Harry Tuttle - 'A Man Consumed By Paperwork'"
Sep
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Sep
21
comment What is the meaning behind Pussy Galore's name?
More recently they've been fantastically parodied in the Austin Powers films, with "Alotta Fagina", "Felicity Shagwell", etc.
Aug
27
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Aug
27
comment “Royal Toilet”, TV movie
Thank you! That's it!
Aug
27
accepted “Royal Toilet”, TV movie
Aug
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asked “Royal Toilet”, TV movie
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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revised Why is Cinderella called Ella in “Once Upon a Time”?
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Jul
30
answered Why is Cinderella called Ella in “Once Upon a Time”?
Jan
19
comment How does regeneration work?
@jim, was regeneration ever described in this context in the show? Every regeneration I can think of happened very differently than you describe.
Jan
18
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awarded  Autobiographer
May
28
comment How does regeneration work?
That's also a reasonable interpretation. To me it seems different enough that I'm not sure it's relevant though. In The War Games the 2nd Doctor is still around, with alternatives being presented to him. With Romana there's no sign that the old Romana is still present. If Romana 1 had presented each possibility to the Doctor, it'd probably be the same, but it seems that she's already gone by then.
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
4
revised How does regeneration work?
Added references to the Eye of Harmony and the Deadly Assassin.
Mar
2
answered How does regeneration work?
Feb
18
revised Where are Frodo, Gandalf and the others going at the end and why?
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Feb
18
comment Where are Frodo, Gandalf and the others going at the end and why?
From reading Silmarillion and others. Wikipedia notes that 'In Valinor, Gandalf was known as Olórin.[1] As recounted in the "Valaquenta" in The Silmarillion,[19] he was one of the Maiar of Valinor...' (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gandalf)
Feb
18
answered Where are Frodo, Gandalf and the others going at the end and why?