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Jul
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revised Why was Banner's first name and profession changed for the 1978 television series?
Removed offensive term
Jul
2
comment Why was Banner's first name and profession changed for the 1978 television series?
(While that may have been a factor in their rationale for changing the name, it should be qualified (as in the other answer) that the thought of it being "gay sounding name" was an opinion at the time, not a fact, as you have asserted. As such, I have edited it out of your answer).
Jul
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Jul
2
comment Why was Banner's first name and profession changed for the 1978 television series?
Also, as @Catija has mentioned, this answer is largely unsubstantiated.
Jun
20
revised What did Skyler mean by “I wish” when Jessie said “Vamonos”?
Corrected the season/episode information
Jun
20
suggested approved edit on What did Skyler mean by “I wish” when Jessie said “Vamonos”?
Jun
12
comment What did Skyler mean by “I wish” when Jessie said “Vamonos”?
(parenthetically, I think this was actually in Season 5, but I can't remember the specific episode)
Jun
12
answered What did Skyler mean by “I wish” when Jessie said “Vamonos”?
Jun
12
comment Is there a canonical modern equivalent for David Attenborough?
Sorry, I guess I missed my window! The answer below gives you a great starting point, so I won't re-cover any of those bases. Enjoy! Life in Cold Blood is also extremely good.
Jun
11
comment Is there a canonical modern equivalent for David Attenborough?
The perhaps obvious answer is "David Attenborough." He's very much alive and still writing and producing specials.
Apr
20
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Mar
18
comment Why would damage to Ken Barnaby's right hand be enough to exonerate him?
Great analysis! Thanks.
Mar
18
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Feb
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Jan
30
comment Why would damage to Ken Barnaby's right hand be enough to exonerate him?
@Clockwork-Muse I'm not sure I buy that. It would be nearly impossible not to touch anything at all with the left hand. I agree that there would be a lower probability of being discovered, but why not injure both hands? In the States, people are usually fingerprinted with both hands, I'm wondering if it's different in the UK.
Jan
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