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Who does Gurney Halleck work for when he is harvesting spice and attacked by Fremen led by Paul

In the source novel, after the death of the Duke Atreides and his son, Halleck and the small number of Atreides troops that escaped the Sardaukar made their way into the desert, where they teamed up ...
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Why did Megyn specifically mention that nobody from the weather department wants Lily’s job?

The "your" here doesn't mean Lily; it's the Generic You, as found in phrases such as "Brushing your teeth is healthy" or "You have to be careful with your money". Megyn ...
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Why did Costigan leave the precinct BEFORE getting his identity back?

Just an addition to OldPadawan's answer, IIRC, as i havent seen it for ages either, Costigan is in the office, and has just given the password to Sullivan. Armed with the password and with the ...
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Why did Costigan leave the precinct BEFORE getting his identity back?

First, Billy Costigan had to have a criminal record to be able to go undercover and infiltrate Costello's crime organization: Costigan serves a term in prison to set up his cover and further commits ...
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Did Eileen Wade deliberately drive her husband to suicide?

“Did Eileen deliberately push Roger to commit suicide? Is she a killer "by remote control"?” If something like that happened, it only makes sense that Eileen Wade drove her husband (Roger ...
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Why does Megyn think speaking out shows weakness?

It is pretty well-known that predators in the wild attack the weakest and most vulnerable members of prey groups. For example, this random article on a study I found while looking for evidence for ...
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What’s the deal with the tongue?

It's left deliberately vague, so we don't know. This was a deliberate choice by the creators. Night Country creator Issa López said the tongue’s reappearance was left purposefully ambiguous. “That’s ...
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Why didn't the Dogville people sell Grace for reward?

That's what Tom tries to do in the end. "None of us feel able to accept money for just helping people. I mean, not unless it would make you feel - better to divest yourself." Pure Evil.
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Who was Lister's Grandmother?

All we really know about his grandmother is that she was a grand old lady; she nutted the teacher once because Lister got expelled from school for coming bottom of the class in French.
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Why was this character in A Quiet Place Part II able to walk with shoes?

I would assume that everyone is able to walk with shoes if they're careful. The Abbotts have two problems that typical adults don't: They have kids, who are (like all kids) notorious for wandering ...
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What is the burning building this character walks past in the city?

You can see it yourself at the end of the previous episode, S01E08: It's house of the White Worm, the lady Mysaria. Then you can see Talya bringing message from the castle. The fire was plotted by ...
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Why does Tyler say "60 seconds till CRI"?

Cranial Rectal Inversion Or, to have one's head up one's bottom. On Urban Dictionary cira 2003 On Pintrest On LinkedIn cira 2015 Most often I see this term deplyed as a politically or ideologically ...
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Isn't it a problem that both of these characters died during the trial by combat?

There can never be a tie in trial by combat. The contest ends and judgement rendered when one of the combatants dies or the accuser withdraws their accusations. The moment Oberyn died first, Tyrion ...
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Isn't it a problem that both of these characters died during the trial by combat?

Obviously, neither Oberyn nor The Mountain is immortal. Even for a trial by combat that concludes "normally", the so-called winner will still die at some point, but by that time the trial by ...
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Isn't it a problem that both of these characters died during the trial by combat?

As many users explained in the comments, trial-by-combat was the only chance for Tyrion - if his chosen champion won, he would have a better chance of surviving and being exonarated. Unfortunately, ...
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Why was Marla's life in danger according to The Narrator?

The most overlooked thing in this movie. Marla is narratively Tyler's opposition. Tyler is the explosive, self destructive, hyper macho man baby. Marla is communication, trust, she shares her ...
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Why is Merrill Lynch taking money from Jordan Belfort and his team?

Underwriters charge a fee for their services. Merrill Lynch are not taking all of anyone's money, that's hyperbole, but they are charging for what they do. The character is saying that if they ...
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Unexpected Turn in Loki Season 2 Finale: The First Unseen Event by 'He Who Remains'

I believe the one thing Kang didn't see, or saw it and wanted it to happen, was Loki not fighting and undoing Sylvie's actions in the past, but finding a way to live and thrive with it in the future, ...
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How does the name "Rugrat" fit with a hairpiece?

In the source novel, Belfort's friend was 'Wigwam', rather than 'Rugrat', so named because his hairpiece looked like a prototypical Native American wigwam. Andy was wearing the typical Stratton ...
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Why does the Joker deliberately mislead Batman about hostage locations in "The Dark Knight"?

He is an agent of chaos, just upsetting things up or burning them down as he goes; in his own words, he is a dog who chases cars and won't know what to do if he catches it. He told Harvey he isn't a ...
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Did people feel pain when they died in Infinity War?

No, they did not feel any pain. We can see this from the perspective of several characters who experienced it and came back in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame. For instance, Yelena Belova was ...
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Do vanished people know what happened after the Snap?

No, the vanished people were completely unaware of what happened to them or the world in the last five years. For them, it felt like they blinked and woke up in a different time. The MCU gives us ...
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