miltonaut
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Was the Winter Soldier inspired by Sky High?
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Barring evidence to the contrary, I'd say there's no direct connection. It's more likely just common archetypes and visualization of characters through costume. The primary hero often wears costumes ...

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Why are most of the Disney Princess movies musicals?
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It's mostly just the Disney style. Disney makes more animated movies than just the princess ones. A few examples: Pinnochio has songs and no princesses. The Jungle Book has songs and no princesses (...

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What is the history behind Scotty's hidden freezer and bottle of Scotch?
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It's verra, verra, verra old scotch whisky. Are you sure it's frost and not dust? I know they're not likely to have a lot of dust on the Enterprise, but if it was dusty when he acquired it, maybe he ...

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Why do all/most TBBT characters have three names?
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Why do you expect them not to? The only people I know who don't have middle names are first or second-generation immigrants. Raj is the only character who isn't a native-born US citizen (as far as I ...

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When would a team pass on Family Feud?
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A) They can't think of any other answers, so they don't want to lose any points they might earn in a steal by the other team. AND/OR B) They think it will be easier to steal the points from the ...

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What was the name of Baird Whitlock's character in the meta-movie in Hail, Caesar?
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Autolycus Antoninus From IMDB: O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) In "Hail, Caesar: A Tale of the Christ" Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) plays Autolycus Antoninus. In the Coen Brothers' earlier ...

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What is the correct phrasing and definition of "Shoes on" in Iron Chef?
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Any chance you're mis-hearing "soupçon"? Or that it's a bad subtitle? soupçon: a little bit of something Like, they're getting a small taste of a dish?

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