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No The first reference to Paragons in the Arrowverse was in the first episode of Season 8 of Arrow which featured the narration by the Monitor you referenced as I recall.


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There's other theories similar to this that suggest the same thing.. and the crew at the end doesn't win for inexplicable reasons.. although it doesn't help that they "sent their entry form in covered in feces and racist jokes" which could be relating to the show...I think it doesn't help the show that they have a lot of low brow humor such as racist jokes.....


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This music box has a prominent rule in the protagonist's life. Hence opening credits are based on this box. It is the box on which Gautam's mother sang rhymes for him. It's linked to his happy memories with his parents. The protagonist in the movie Gautam (Mahesh Babu) is a rock star suffering from Schizophrenia. He imagines people talking to him even ...


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KJV Translation Count — Total: 5x The KJV translates Strong's G1239 in the following manner: distribute (2x), make distribution (1x), divide (1x), give (1x).


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Is the rowboat painting in more than 2 episodes? No, as you figured out already it appeared twice, once in S02E03: Second time in S05E08 The only change in the painting was probably due to lighting, as painting seems the same. Does it have multiple meanings? Might be possible but I can't figure out myself neither anyone else did as per my google-fu. The ...


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I think that young Sheldon had matured according to the children in his age group but when he grew up, he found Leonard who was kind of childish and also mature as seen in the show, so Sheldon didn't feel a need to act very mature and that is why you can see him acting that way in front of his friends, Rajesh, Wolowitz and Penny. Later when he meets Amy you ...


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I think it's more likely that he flubbed the line and he was supposed to say Billy don't you lose my number. c. 1985.


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While this IS a valid philosophical question, what it does is call back into question the Jedi Philosophy and the Jedi's failure of the prequel era, which was not re-addressed until The Last Jedi. One reason the Jedi failed was because they could not live up to their own standards, as even in The Phantom Menace we might suppose that the reason Anakin is at ...


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It's possible they were left in, as they were aiming to have lens flares elsewhere. Visual effects supervisor Richard Bain and visual effects producer Sarah Tulloch, who worked on the film, explain in the article Crafting the Killer Chase: The Man From UNCLE that lens flares were recreated digitally for a car chase: In delivering the visual effects for ...


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According to the commentary track, the editor was pushing for three horses in the photo, as just one wouldn't be enough for viewers to get the reference. From IMDb trivia, When Clooney is in Wilkinson's loft, looking through the copy of the book his son recommended, the artwork of the horse on the hill was added through CGI as it was recommended to be a ...


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