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    Episode 185 - Adore

    When there was a time cut, revealing that both of the guys had daughters, I 100% thought there would be a time cut to 15 years later and they would be fucking each other's daughters. I mean they're obviously both cool with that sort of thing. I was legitimately scared for those little girls.
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    Episode 174 - Jason X: LIVE!

    Beat me to it.
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    Episode 174 - Jason X: LIVE!

    One conceit of any sci-fi space travel movie is faster than light travel. I'm always curious just how fast they can go, but Jason X gives us some numbers to work with. When the Tiamat responds to the crew's distress beacon, they say they're 4 parsecs away, with an ETA of 45 minutes. Which means they're travelling 5.3 parsecs per hour which is over 150,000 times the speed of light! Pretty good.
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    Episode 172 - The Last Dragon: LIVE!

    I can't believe nobody has mentioned that the master Leroy Green is looking for is named Sum Dum Goy. Goy being a yiddish term for a gentile. Which turns out to be a fortune cookie machine, whose name is essentially Some Dumb Gentile.
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    Episode 166 - Timecop: LIVE!

    When JCVD and his new partner get in the time machine to go back to 1994, they say something about how if it doesn't work, they will hit the wall at the end of the track and die. This is a government operation with a huge budget. Why couldn't they make the track the time vehicle is on a little longer? Maybe install some brakes as a failsafe in case the time jump doesn't work. Instead they just cross their fingers and hope it works? Seems like an avoidable problem.
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    Episode 147 - Gamer: LIVE!

    One thing occurred to me while watching Gamer. Why has nobody who chose to be a bot in Slayer, the ones controlled by computer algorithms, survived? They only have to survive one round as opposed to thirty rounds as a playable character, and many of them seem to be somewhat out of the way, like the homeless guy in the alley. Also just from a statistical perspective, it seems much more likely that a bot would miraculously survive one round than that a playable character would survive 30. Perhaps Dexter has it rigged to that they can't win either.
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    Episode 134 - Can't Stop the Music: LIVE!

    I totally get what Cameron was saying about dicks being unnecessary for sex. I do think her stance is extremely female centric though, which is understandable from a lesbian feminist. But saying dicks are useless is like saying clits are useless. Both are helpful, not necessary, but helpful for achieving orgasm.
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    Episode 132 - Bloodsport: LIVE!

    The thought of everyone on earth participating in the tournament had occurred to me too. I like to imagine Terry Crews fighting a newborn. Well, I don't like to, but that's the weird alternate reality Frank Dux has posited.
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    Episode 132 - Bloodsport: LIVE!

    Something caught my attention at the end of the movie. It says the real Frank Dux claims to have 56 consecutive knockouts in the same tournament. This struck me as improbable, so I did a little math. That would imply a tournament with at least 56 rounds, so let’s say it has exactly 56 rounds. If we assume it’s a single elimination tournament like the Kumite is, and we assume nobody gets a bye to the next round, that would mean a tournament with 72 quadrillion, 57 trillion, 594 billion, 37 million, 927 thousand, 936 participants. Which is over 10 million times the current population of earth. Furthermore, if we say the average length of a fight is 1 minute (an extremely conservative estimate), the length of time spent fighting would be 137 billion, 4 million, 855 thousand, 294 years, which is over 30 times the age of the earth. Of course this time could be lessened by having multiple fighting rings and concurrent fights, but still, Frank’s claim is obviously bullshit. The real Frank Dux may be a badass, but unless everything I know about tournaments is completely wrong, he is also a fucking liar. P.S. I’ll attach my work. If anyone finds a flaw in my math or logic, please let me know, but I think it’s all sound.
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    Episode 130 - Teen Witch

    I feel like this movie was pieced together from half a dozen different scripts. First we're told Louise will get her powers when she turns 16, then for some reason the pendant is necessary. The school play was established early on, Louise gets the lead role when Kiki breaks her leg, then we never hear about it again. There's the aspect where Louise's popularity is jeopardizing her friendship with Polly and we expect her to learn a lesson about the true meaning of friendship. Nope. I really thought we would find out that her mom was also a witch and she would impart some wisdom, not unlike with the dad in Teen Wolf. Didn't happen. I thought at least Louise would learn that she didn't really want Brad (maybe because he's kinda dumb and can't pass english, or dumps his girlfriend as soon as someone more popular comes along, or because he takes her to an abandoned rape house) but no, she's deeply enamored with Brad from beginning to end. You know, the end where none of the characters changed or learned anything.
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    EPISODE 117 - Theodore Rex: LIVE!

    When Teddy and Coltrane go to Kane's complex the first time, we overhear Dr. Shade telling a worker "Freeze the elephants first, midnight is only five hours away". What? So Kane will start the next ice age in five hours and they haven't even started preparing their ark? No wonder a rookie dinosaur detective can thwart Kane's plan in like a day. He obviously did't plan out his world domination very well if he's leaving these things to the last minute.
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    EPISODE 117 - Theodore Rex: LIVE!

    Near the end of the movie, Summers is trying to take his place on the ark. Dr. Shade asks him what diseases run in his family, and he responds "Very big feet". That is totally a big dick reference right? In this kids movie. For kids.
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    EPISODE 117 - Theodore Rex: LIVE!

    Teddy's clothes baffled me for the whole Movie. Paul, Jason, and June touched on Teddy's clothing a little bit, but I think I have it figured out. At first he's wearing a sweater, a vest, and another sweater on top of that. Then his "undercover" outfit is a different sweater with a hoodie and a leather jacket. I couldn't figure out why he was wearing so many layers, and thick heavy layers at that. At first I thought maybe all the clothing was to hide seams in the dinosaur costume, but then I realized that being a reptile, Teddy is cold blooded and requires those extra layers to keep him warm. Also at some point Teddy says to Coltrane "The only time you soft skins pay attention to other creatures is to shoot them eat them or wear them". Why then is Teddy okay with wearing a leather jacket?
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    EPISODE 111 — Hercules in New York: LIVE!

    Does anyone else remember Arnold Stang's last line in the movie. It's something like "Well, I think I'll go eat an apple." END. OF. SCENE. At first I thought it was a callback to an earlier moment. Nope.
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    Episode 109 - FACE OFF: LIVE!

    I was appalled by the haircut they gave Sean Archer after his face was removed but before Castor Troy's face was put on. They clearly show little hairs going EVERYWHERE. I'm not a surgeon, but I doubt getting little hairs all over a freshly exposed ketchup face is medically advisable.