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  1. SeanMatthewLeary

    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    Okay, after chatting with JammerLea this is our best attempt at a 'simple' explanation of the timelines in Time Cop. This 'solves' the issue with the house blowing up but then still being there, the kid showing up and JCVD not knowing him, etc etc. Also, we re-watched the scene with the boss 'not knowing' JCVD, but he does know him, the tech guy even calls him by name. But it does seem to be bad writing in order to illustrate the fact that time has changed. He knows him, but he thinks he is crazy because JCVD is disagreeing with the past the boss knows. So, the lines about him being a 'friend' etc seem to try and illustrate that but do a bad job with it. We originally thought it to be a timeline where JCVD never became a TimeCop explaining why the boss doesn't know him, but that's likely not the case.
  2. SeanMatthewLeary

    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    You're 100% right. I'm going to attempt to visualize this to make my brain stop throbbing. Wish me luck.
  3. SeanMatthewLeary

    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    It's almost as if the logic of timecop is flawed!
  4. SeanMatthewLeary

    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    Yeah, they're always weird. As far as I see it, the young JCVD1 we see when the initial house blew up ages 10 years to 2004, then time travels back to 94. But, since events changed, he's now created a new universe where his wife survives. But, he also saves young him[JCVD2], leaving him passed out on the lawn. JCVD2 would still start the job at the agency, but the whole of the movie events where Silva causes issues never happen in universe 2. Therefore, in 2004 JCVD2 wouldn't travel back to fix it and save his wife because she's never died and silva 'disappeared' in 94. So instead JCVD2 would just be out there as a daddy somewhere fixing other time stuff. So, he's likely out on a different mission or who knows, just running errands. That leaves us with our initial JCVD1 from universe 1 who is now displaced and jumped to universe 2. He now is missing from universe 1 and that's why he has no memory of his kid etc. He's displaced in a whole new timeline.
  5. SeanMatthewLeary

    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    So, outside of the 2 JCVD the thing that firsttimecallerlongtimelistenr brought up that I wanted to talk about, there's also the exploding house logic. The house that blew up with the wife at the start of the movie is obviously the same house that is blown up the second time in the movie when she is saved. But at the end of the movie when he returns to 2004 and asks his car to take him home, where does it go? The UNBLOWN UP same exact house with his saved wife and his child he has no memory of because he's jumped into an alternate universe/timeline.
  6. SeanMatthewLeary

    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    I came here to say this, yes there would be two JCVD's. Crude visualization for you.