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Taskmaster is a "perfect mimic"; she has the ability to copy the moves of other fighters once she's seen them. Dreykov boasts that he had to install the chip to be able to keep Antonia (Taskmaster) alive, and that was when he discovered she could mimic others. Near the end of the film, Natasha breaks the mind control on her and she stops fighting ...


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Remember that the villain is a long-term visionary who doesn't want to buy creature comforts, but rather "the future, Mr. Gittes, the future." His scheme involves not beating the existing game, but rather re-writing the game entirely: He manufactures a drought for L.A. by diverting water out of the reservoir into the ocean, ensuring that residents ...


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It's explained in the same episode. Sheldon's talking about an elderly nun whom he saved by giving her mouth-to-mouth resuscitation in a bus. Penny: Sheldon, have you ever kissed a girl? Sheldon: Other than my mother, my sister and my Meemaw, no. But in the interest of full disclosure, I was once on a bus and had to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to an ...


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After hunting around I found this explanation on TV Tropes: The Trope Namer is Scrappy-Doo from Scooby-Doo. Scrappy was introduced in 1979 as Scooby-Doo's nephew in a bid to revitalize the franchise, whose popularity was beginning to wane. It should be clearly noted that it did work; children adored the character, and thus Scooby-Doo remained a staple of ...


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##Fred Thompson (already mentioned in the question but I realized that after I wrote this) He portrayed D.A. Arthur Branch in the main Law & Order series as well as some of the spin-off series (namely, Conviction, L&O SVU, L&O Trial by Jury and L&O CI). Before his acting days he worked as an attorney. According to his Wikipedia page: ...


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This is a pretty complicated question as there are many contributing factors to Don's unhappiness. Beginning with S1E03 The Marriage of Figaro Don has a brief conversation with Carlton where Carlton compliments Don and his successes alluding to his house, career, and family, to which Don shortly replies "Yep. This is it." signaling his ...


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