30th Aug 2019
27th Aug 2019
19th Aug 2019
Question: I'm watching on Netflix. Was this edited somehow from the original? In the Netflix version Brian enlists the help of Todd and Kiersten to rescue his brother. After escaping the dungeon, it shows them rearming themselves at the school. Then there's a cutscene where Maurice is in Ronnie's room and says "oh, Ronnie." Brian, Todd, and Kiersten are see walking into Boy's room a 2nd time, then all of the sudden Ronnie is there with the battery pack, and no-one seems surprised. In the original, was Ronnie recruited the first time around and then cut in the Netflix version? In the Netflix version Boy says the line "why lose 5 lives when you can gain 4?" when there's only 4 kids and not 5. So I feel like he must have been there. If Ronnie was edited out, why? Was it just to save the run time? If Ronnie wasn't edited out, who are the 5 lives Boy is talking about?"Bishop73
11th Aug 2019
Continuity mistake: The knife hole and blood on the envelope of the note to Scottie Hargrave changes. In the first close up, the name is aligned to the middle of the hole and there's a trail of blood running down towards the corner. In Scottie's hand, the hole/blood is higher up and the trail of blood is gone.Bishop73
28th Jul 2019
19th Jul 2019
Sara: I'm confused. We are all happy that there was only one dragon, right? We don't want to be fighting werewolves in the Alamo.
Ray: Well, it would be good for our ratings.
Zari: What ratings?
Ray: Oh, you don't know? The Time Bureau rates all their employees. But don't worry. We have a few dedicated fans.
13th Jul 2019
Factual error: The quiz on the cereal box asks "who is the most prolific serial killer in the United States", to which Ava replies "Ted Bundy. Although in my opinion, John Wayne Gacy had way more victim than he confessed to." The box also lists Bundy and Gacy (plus the anachronism). 2 things, Gacy was in fact convicted of more murders than Bundy, making him more prolific. But, Samuel Little is the most prolific serial killer in the US and Gary Ridgway is the second. Ted Bundy would rank 6th on most list.Bishop73
18th Jun 2019
Trivia: In this episode, Matthew becomes obsessed with the comic strip "Dilbert." At the end, Dave has an actor friend pretend to be Scott Adams, creator of "Dilbert", to get Matthew to quit the job at the coffee shop. The real Scott Adams appeared in the beginning of the show, in line at the coffee shop where Matthew first discovers "Dilbert."Bishop73
3rd Jun 2019
Question: Not sure if there's an answer, just speculation, or a plot hole. As I understand it, the premise of time travel in the show is the Legends can't go back to a time they've already been to because then time would fold in on itself, etc. For example, the 3 get stranded in 1958, picked up in 1960, but the rest of the Legends can't try again by just going back to 1958. But then it's revealed that Chronos was Rory all along, so how is Chronos/Rory able to time travel back to a time Rory has already been to without doing any real damage to time? And if the idea is, well no-one knew Chronos was Rory, so they didn't know they were interacting with a time traveling version of themselves (or what ever the reason), then all the Legends have to do is disguise themselves to interact in the same time.Bishop73
30th May 2019
18th May 2019
18th May 2019
17th May 2019
Trivia: On the coffee table is the H.P. Lovecraft book, "The Dunwich Horror." In it, one of the main characters travels to the town of Arkham, a reoccurring town in Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, which is where DC Comics got the name for Arkham Asylum. In some versions of the Aquaman comics, Black Manta was an orphan at Arkham Asylum.Bishop73
17th May 2019
7th May 2019
[Glenn getting off the phone.]
Jonah: Bad news?
Glenn: Yeah, Scott Bankroft broke his leg. And now I'm playing the role of Judas.
[Jonah and Cheyenne looking at Glenn.]
Glenn: Judas Iscariot!
Jonah: Yeah, we know who Judas is.
Glenn: Son of Cyborea and Simon Iscariot.
Jonah: That I did not know.
7th May 2019
Dexter Morgan: Are you okay?
Debra Morgan: Yeah, I just threw away a pair of shoes because they're full of blood, but I'm great.
Dexter: 'Cause I'm here if you need a chair.
Dexter: What you said before. I'm a chair.
Debra: Yeah, but I don't want a chair. I want a table.
Dexter: Deb, what are you even saying?
Question: In some episodes they mention an officer's romantic relationships can be used by attorneys to somehow discredit the officer and get the suspect off. In this episode specifically, Deputy Chief Matthews says the department can't risk a defense attorney turning Lt. LaGuerta and Sgt. Batista's romantic involvement a courtroom sideshow every time they work a case together (and thus Batista needs to be transferred out of Homicide). But why would it matter? Is this just "Hollywood" exaggeration for plot purposes? Wouldn't the prosecution object based on relevance if the defense attorney tried to bring this up, especially since Lt. Guerta disclosed the relationship through the proper channels? Or is Matthews lying for an ulterior motive.Bishop73
Question: Dexter tests the blood on Miguel's shirt, to see if it's Freebo's. It looks like he's just using a DNA sequencer and the blood result comes back "bovine." Can a DNA sequencer differentiate which species the blood came from like that? Or perhaps he was using a different type of blood analysis machine? Is there an analysis machine that's capable of that? I thought the way to test if blood is human or not, "anti-human serum" is mixed with the blood to see if it will clot. So wouldn't the only way to tell it was bovine blood is to inject it with "anti-bovine serum"?Bishop73
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