Question: Why does Crazy Eyes have such a weird hairstyle and if it's real what's it called?
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Question: When Margo obtains a blood sample from the Kothoga and runs it through her computer, excluding information that it was human, what other species shows up on the screen?
Question: It's revealed that the ooze came from TGRI but, what were they planning on originally doing with it before they decided to dispose of it?
Question: Why did Philip think Will deliberately embarrassed him during the dinner party? Will spent his whole life in Philly and even though he knew how to act and behave around people from his own neighborhood, it was his first time in Bel-Air and had no knowledge of how others lived or how they interacted with each other.
Question: When Del is explaining the night of the accident to Susan, he says that he told the robot to save the little girl. The robot ignored Del's order and chose to save him instead. Robots are supposed to follow any order they are given. Since the robot ignored Del's order, was it ever explained what happened to it or are we meant to come up with our conclusion?
Question: When the video of the dead girl is played at her funeral it shows her mom adding something to her soup. What was she adding to the girl's soup?
Question: During "The Real Ending" Mr. Green tells Wadsworth/Mr. Boddy "So it was you! I was going to expose you!" To which Mr. Boddy says he knows, and that he's going to expose himself. I thought this meant that he knew Green was an FBI Agent and planned to kill him at some point, but then Green figures out that Wadsworth is Mr. Boddy. What exactly was Mr. Green going to expose if he didn't know Mr. Boddy's real identity?
Question: When Ralph promises he'll fix Norton's pipes tomorrow morning, Norton says, "This is the last night I take a bath in Fred's Gasoline Station." Why wouldn't he have been taking his baths in his best friend Ralph's tub? He had already used their water to "Stretch the Soup." Why not to bathe?
Question: Why didn't Gore Verbinski direct this movie?
Question: I know that Jason's father, Elias Voorhees, was supposed to appear in this movie. Why was this idea abandoned? For me it would have been interesting to see Jason's father. I just don't understand why was this idea scrapped.
Question: Even if Turner planned to stage Kale's murder as a suicide, wouldn't the fact that someone who accused a neighbor of being a serial killer, only to turn up dead only hours later make Turner an immediate suspect? I would think that most serial killers wouldn't be dumb enough to risk having the person who accused them to turn up dead in only a few hours no matter if it was staged as a suicide.
Question: Why was Beethoven depicted as an obnoxious, rude and unlikable man in this movie? I read that in the real life he wasn't such a bad person.
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