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    Maybe the Snyder Cut will say otherwise, but:

    I remember a friend of mine thinking - "What if the dirt moving at the end of BvS was due to a boom tube opening over the coffin?"
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    I know, I was kidding. His wrestling persona would have done that maybe. Jesse is a great guy, I like listen to him in interviews. Its a shame that the shithead Navy Seal whatever his name was again, ruined parts of his life only to get more fame.
    Who chris kyle? He tryd to ruin Jesse's reputation but he was provin a lier in Cort jesse came out a big winner in that.

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    Given the recent Doctor Who revelations, they kind of bring back an old mystery from the Seventh Doctor era-that the Doctor was perhaps older than we thought and had some role in forming Gallifrey, he'd just forgotten some of it.

    I think that perhaps the Seventh possibly remembered more details of this, if vaguely, given his era strongly hinted it, although not quite in the same way it unfolded. And perhaps the Fourth had some hidden memories of his earlier, before Hartnell incarnations too, they're just scattered and buried as the Master seemed to imply.

    Also kind of curious how the Doctor wound up with the same title and Police box Tardis despite losing memories of that. We know the Time Lords are pretty good at hypnosis, perhaps some kind of post-hypnotic suggestion?
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    In Murder She Wrote, the theory was that Jessica was actually murdering all the people and using her reputation as a writer to solve the mystery by pinning it on someone else.

    This doesn't really make sense because most of the time, the murderer confesses to the crime. But it would explain why someone gets murdered everywhere Jessica goes.

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    I can't remember all the details, but I remember hearing one on Gilligan's Island

    It had to do with the island actually being Purgatory. Each castaway represented one of the 7 Deadly Sins and Gilligan was actually Satan who continually botched any chance of them getting off the island.

    It's crazy but it was a theory going around at one time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caj View Post
    In Murder She Wrote, the theory was that Jessica was actually murdering all the people and using her reputation as a writer to solve the mystery by pinning it on someone else.

    This doesn't really make sense because most of the time, the murderer confesses to the crime. But it would explain why someone gets murdered everywhere Jessica goes.
    I guess that's more plausible than her being an unwitting Lovecraftian goddess of death and reality warper… sorta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caj View Post
    I can't remember all the details, but I remember hearing one on Gilligan's Island

    It had to do with the island actually being Purgatory. Each castaway represented one of the 7 Deadly Sins and Gilligan was actually Satan who continually botched any chance of them getting off the island.

    It's crazy but it was a theory going around at one time.
    Yeah that's a funny one.

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    Sherwood Schwartz, admitted that each of the characters represented one of the seven deadly sins — Pride (the Professor), Anger (Skipper), Lust, (Ginger), and the rest. Gilligan was supposed to be Sloth.
    Would like to see an actual source for that.


    In his bio he said - "and I'm glad I didn't say the castaways were symbolic of the seven deadly sins."

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    Road Runner cartoons take place in a Mad Max style post-apocalyptic world. Humans are dead. The Road Runner and Wiley E. Coyote have been mutated by radiation which is why they are both so intelligent, the Road Runner is so supernaturally fast and the Coyote has a healing factor.

    Wile E. Coyote can't be killed and he can't starve to death but he nonetheless does feel the hunger. The reason he can't order food is because there's no one left to make it. All he can do is use dead people's credit cards to order products from the completely automated Acme factories and their delivery robots.

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