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In Logan (2017), Wolverine say these words to himself when burying Professor X:

It's got water, and... It's got water.

Why does he say that?

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Logan's plan earlier in the movie was to buy a sailboat and sail to the ocean with the Professor, where they would spend their last days. Out on the sea, the Professor wouldn't pose a threat to other humans when he lost his control over his ability.

If I am not mistaken the Professor liked that idea - being out on the sea.

When he died and Logan buried him, it was near a lake, so he was at least near water - Since Logan was emotional about the death of the Professor these were the only words he managed to say as a kind of eulogy.

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