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accepted In Avengers (2012) what was the reason for the Galaga reference?
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comment How come that MIB's and his mother's bodies were 40-50 years old when found by Jack and Kate?
Are you asking why the clothing is only 40-50 years old or asking why the bodies haven't decomposed longer, since we know how old MIB and his mother are?
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comment In Avengers (2012) what was the reason for the Galaga reference?
Thats interesting, sounds like the joke with Tony was a deliberate reference but only the operator scene was added post-production. Question still stands.
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comment In Avengers (2012) what was the reason for the Galaga reference?
If you can find that source of Joss mentioning that, add it in an answer :)
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asked In Avengers (2012) what was the reason for the Galaga reference?
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revised Loophole in Breaking Bad - Mercury fulminate scene
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comment Loophole in Breaking Bad - Mercury fulminate scene
Agreed, lets be honest for a second. If you saw a deranged middle age man just chuck a small amount of Mercury(II) Fulminate that exploded the crap out of a building and threatened to do so again with a bigger bag. Are you really going to challenge him and say "well uhh Mercury(II) Fulminate cannot be carried in that much quantity". No and I doubt Tuco would know Mercury(II) Fulminate couldn't be carried in that much quantity either.
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comment Where's Christian's body?
After reading more and remembering the later seasons (I should really re-watch it again:) John Locke was indeed dead by the time the MiB took Johns form. Thus it seems the only logical explanation that the MiB can only take forms of dead characters. Whilst doesn't explain what happened to Christian's body, some of the theories pertaining to the MiB deliberately destroying Christian's body as a way to confuse Jack.
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comment Where's Christian's body?
You are right, the wiki page mentions "Eventually, and permanently after the death of Jacob, he took the form of John Locke.", but he took johns form to convince Benjamin to kill Jacob. I still in the camp of believing he took the body for whatever reason so he could imitate Christian's form.
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comment Where's Christian's body?
This could be explained because Jacob was dead at this point. which hindered him from doing so on live individuals before.
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answered Where's Christian's body?
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answered Why didn't Locke say he saw the monster?
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comment What changes were made to the Star Wars Blu-ray and what effect did they have on the plot?
As far as I remember, "noooooo" by darth vader was in the original theatrical release, but Lucas changed the sound to be shorter in the blu ray release. starwars.wikia.com/wiki/…