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I'm in the middle of rewatch and googled about this incident. It's a super interesting and layered moment in the show, and it's also a big turning point for Walt. He kinda snaps over this remission news, and this tequila scene is the first time that his power is more important to him than the welfare of his family. He doesn't care that he made his own son ...


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If you refer to Dr. Laura Schlessinger, then probably not, seeing as she was parodied by the one-shot character Dr. Nora (played by Christine Baranski) from the episode of the same name.


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Last time I saw this movie I thought the messaging on the Windows notebook is the daughter texting her friends about her new life in the new house. And there is a scene at around 0:40:25-0:40:40 of the user of the notebook whose face look like deformed and I thought it is the daughter's face under special lighting and covered partially by hair. Now I found ...


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According to Wikipedia's plot summary: After Eve's mother falls into a coma as a result of the poisoning, which everyone believes was a suicide attempt, Eve is taken in by Thomas, her estranged father. She hacks into his computer and finds many e-mails and chat messages which show that he has a sadomasochistic sexual relationship with a female musician. ...


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First, please notice that there is a difference between those infidelities: Frank has seduced a younger girl and had a passionate romance with her; he has done in consciously out of lust. April on the other hand just let herself be grouped by a friend for a few seconds, only because she wanted to be happy for a moment again, just like she was happy when she ...


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The way I see it, Gambol just happened to be the guy to speak up first, and it just escalated. Let's walk through their dynamic in this scene: Edgy clown barges into a meeting full of crime lords dressed exactly like the wackjob who stole their money. It's reasonable for Gambol or any of the other mob bosses to put Joker down. Gambol gives Joker a chance to ...


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It's more than just a British accent. It's a specific kind of British accent officially known as "Received Pronunciation." It conveys a level of refinement and social prestige. When an assistant talks this way in an American movie, the implication is that they are more than just an assistant. Unsaid is that they are educated and connected, and certainly know ...


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There is no real official reason but it's mainly because of the (old) British culture. Namely, butlers were/are servants in large households who tended to their employer’s wishes. Despite being in a servant position, they were often respected for their skill and loyalty (even today there are specialized butler schools, often located in England) which often ...


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I don't know much about Nyarlathotep but if he is physical to the world then no. Bill had to possess someone in order to have a physical form. Otherwise he only existed in the brain. So probably not. But Nyarlathotep does look like someone/thing that would exist in the nightmare realm along with keyhole, 8-ball, and kryptos.


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It's a reference to his philandering ways among "commoners". David is heir to a fortune, yet he spends most of his time having sex with women who aren't in the upper crust of society. In effect, he is a "dildo" to "citizen" women. I have to admit, at first I thought it was a play on "Citizen Kane", but there really aren't any similarities between Charles ...


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I fail to understand what transpired between the two in this time that she agrees. The patient had seemingly recovered between the time of steroid treatment and Dr. Cuddy visiting her. When Dr. Cuddy visited the patient she noticed that the patient had color to her, a hearty appetite, was sitting up straight and was smiling, and even wanted to thank Dr. ...


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In-universe, Gambol is meant to represent one of the younger gangs, not the old-world Italian mobsters. He's seen as being more angry and direct than the other gang leaders at the table. They were all likely feeling the same way as Gambol, but decided that trusting the Joker was good for business. Ultimately they were all mistaken, since like Alfred said ...


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The bank that was being robbed at the beginning is where the mob kept their money; the money that was stolen belonged to the mob. From the script: Bank Manager: You have any idea who you're stealing from? You and your friends are dead. And Gordon: My detectives have been making drug buys with them for weeks. This bank was another drop for the mob. ...


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The old woman doesn't poison herself. She asks the girl to poison the man (since food is scarce), but the girl is in love with the man (and pregnant with his child), and she knows her mother is old anyway, so since food is not enough for three people, she decides to kill her mother with the mushrooms. When the mother realizes this in the morning, she accepts ...


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The answer is clear and simple and can be known by simply understanding Vision Vision had a mind stone on him. It was one of the six infinity stones and had great power. The power was that Vision could read the minds. Just when he was born, he was not fully conscious and seeing a gigantic person (Thor) beside him in an attacking mode, he attacked. But then, ...


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Do you recall the scene in Mr Bixler's Adult Poetry class? There's a scene where Rhonda and Justin take everyone's hands and begin their spiritual work. Just before they begin to hold hands, a woman says, "That's really cool!". That woman is Jackie. Find that scene, pause that scene and look at a pic of Nancy Chlumsky. It's her. This really should be ...


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The movie story line is that this detective partner of two (The monk and the poet in the movie) find the origin of that demon cat by "reverse chronology". The character "Hiroshi Abe" played (it's the actor name not character's name) is already deceased in the movie. However ,he left a diary to record what he witness 30 years ago.(The mystery was solved ...


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[Claire and Frank arriving at the symphony] Frank: I'm curious. Are we patrons, benefactors, or lepers? Claire: Believe it or not, we're angels. It's all about image and power. Yes, she founded a non-profit charity to make had husband look good, but if you recall, their marriage is very much a partnership. The higher Frank goes, so does Claire. With ...


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While the jury is still out on Rey's mother, we now know thanks to The Rise of Skywalker Novelization that Rey's father was "powerless". Paraphrased by Screen Rant This passage in the book reveals after Return of the Jedi, Palpatine "thrust his consciousness" into a clone body. However, "the transfer was imperfect" and members of the Sith Eternal ...


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