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Question: In the movie at the 93 minute mark there is a white frame for a few seconds. What is the significance of that?

Question: When they're in Paris, and the three-wheeler (I forget his name) sees them, he makes an attempt to escape. If he was on their side, why'd he try to get away from them?

Question: What song was played in the beginning of the movie?

Kendollaz

Question: Just before the final battle, the men were gathered around the fire singing "Oh My Lord." The soloist who sings the very first part of the song (about the animals marching two by two...) has the most beautiful voice. Who played that part?

Question: Is the bridge in the movie that crosses Lake Michigan supposed to be the Mackinac or Mackinaw bridge?

Pattie Carter

Question: Where specifically on Mars did the crew land?

Question: How come Lenny never told Linda that he and his wife are Max's adoptive parents?

Question: Why did Daisy leave the campaign?

Question: If the water is blocking the airway of Donnie and Kaitlyn and no one is about to help, how can they survive if they are drowning?

Question: Whose footprints it is that they found in the ship first first time they enter?

Kfcriérdé Mnaiss

Attack Of The Mutant (2) - S2-E3

Question: How are the comics still being written? The Masked Mutant is dead and it's kind of obvious that the Galloping Gazelle is going to retire, so how is Skipper still receiving them? Also, how did he change into a superhero?

Question: Anyone notice the monolith at the far left of the matte painting showing the first view of Zyra after the ship landed? The details on it are WAY too symmetric to be natural (The Authors of When Worlds Collide printed a sequel called "After Worlds Collide", but this novel was never made into a movie), In the sequel, the survivors find the remains of a lost civilization.

Regulus

Show generally

Question: I barely remember an episode where a personal video in question was to be viewed in the judge's chambers. Of course Dan wanted to be in on the viewing. Before Harry left the bench his court clerk or the defense made a comment (do not know which clerk or defense) regarding the viewing of the tape. Harry answered something to the effect that they were going to review the tape for the four (or five) points of interest of a woman's anatomy. She stands there while the men all follow Harry out of the court room. The person (clerk or defense) silently and slowly counted on her fingers and then looks up and says, "Oh my God." Does anyone know which episode this was?

TimBo266

Question: Who plays the piano background music during the car scene after Chris was kicked out of his band, when Chris and Emily are talking and she's telling him maybe it's a sign to start writing your own songs?

Question: What is the title of the black-and-white movie that Michael Barris was watching at his home before he takes part in the experiment?

Bunch

Question: Why did Frank's co-worker (whom he sent flowers to) file a sexual harassment complaint against Frank, when she appeared interested in him?

MekuCube

Question: Why did Urbani go to the trouble of framing Paganini of having intercourse with underage Charlotte? Rather than just let it happen and Paganini face the consequences anyways the same, he set it so he accidentally slept with a different girl and framed him for Charlotte which caused him and Charlotte to never get together. His career was going to have the same road with or without her, so why did he make it so Paganini suffered the same consequences of sleeping with Charlotte, but set it so Charlotte thought he was cheating and left him? I don't understand Urbani's motivations here since he pledged himself to serve Paganini, despite that Urbani is in fact the Devil or a demon.

Quantom X

Question: After the fight scene when Blade is talking to the Wild Hogs, Tim Allen appears to have some type of business card in his hand. As Blade walks away, he looks at the card. Where did the card come from?

Question: In the locker room before the fights begin, Gillon uses the phrase, "blind as Tidwell's goat." What is the reference here? I've looked online and can't find anything about it.

Chanteuse66

Question: Why do Rorschach and Night Owl go searching at Veidt Enterprises for further clues about Pyramid Deliveries? They go there after interrogating the guy at Happy Harry's about Roy Victor Chess. He tells them that Janey Slater had him give the sealed envelope (with the assasination orders) to Chess. So is this the link, that they know Slater is also working for Veidt Enterprises? Furthermore: Can it be assumed that Slater was in on the staged assassination on Adrian Veidt, as she was delivering the envelope? Or did she also not know what was in it?

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