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As Memor-X mentions in the comments, the 12 Monkeys refers to "The Army of the 12 Monkeys" in both the film and the TV series. However, as Q states, in the film version they are a misdirection/red herring, as the people/scientists of the future are wrong about believing they were the ones to spread the virus that begins to wipe out humanity. As it turns ...


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Here's the scene (you see it at 1:38 min): It's not an insect, it's an arachnid. To be more exact, it belongs to the arachnid order amblypygi, also known as whip spiders or tailless whip scorpions (not to be confused with whip scorpions). They have these characteristic long pedipalps, but unlike whip scorpions, no tail. ...


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Yes, it's a bit different... The Army of the 12 Monkeys commissioned the project as part of their larger plan. The machine would ultimately allow the Messengers to travel back in time and begin paradoxing Primaries. They required all events to occur exactly as they always did, including having Ramse travel back in time from 2043. Following the ...


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The main theory of time travel is quite different in the series than in the film. In the film ultimately Cole can not stop his destined future. In the first season of the series they were more careful not to choose one theory of whether or not time could actually be altered, however, this is not so in the second season. Time is able to be changed, such as ...


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She wanted him to avoid her because she feared that it might corrupt / fracture both their timelines. She was worried about the safety of both of them. And Cole kind of gets it. “Got it. We cross paths, it could kill me.”


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