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Kel Varnsen

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  1. S03.E10: Janet(s)

    But Jeremy Bearimy means that afterlife years don't always progress in the same direction as earth years. Because of that and to make things simpler I figured they meant 521 years since the main characters left Alberta for Janet's void.
  2. Avengers:Endgame (2019)

    Maybe it is not chillness maybe it is more like his brain has been overwhelmed and he has no other response. Keep in mind he just drove across the US in what seems like not too long after the dusting. With how creepy that last post credit scene in Ant Man and the Wasp was I can't imagine driving across an entire country and the amount of crazy stuff he must have seen. Like not only did half the population dissappear but there would be countless people dying after airline pilots get dusted, or anyone driving a car, or doctors performing surgery or anyone who takes care of a baby or a disabled/elderly person (if the caregiver doesn't have any support or backup). Seeing that kind of thing would break anyone's brain.
  3. S03.E10: Janet(s)

    Keep in mind that in the world of The Good Place, motivation for good works also matters. Maybe Alexander Fleming did all that work discovering penicillin because like Tahani he had a sibling that his parents liked better.
  4. Captain Marvel (2019)

    Yea have watched the trailer a few times and a couple of her line readings, especially the "I am not here to fight your war..." sound kind of like Alicia Silverstone from clueless.
  5. Avengers:Endgame (2019)

    For me I just find that the character has no personality. Although it is not his fault since Tony Stark basically stole the personality from comic book hawkeye.
  6. S06.E09: Descent

    Of all the time on Dick Wolf shows where cop characters got involved in a case they had a personal connection with, this had to be the worst. But I am going to guess like all the others Antonio will face no actual professional reprocussions. Also on a side note, I have never been to Chicago, but Ruzek's new apartment seemed ridiculous, even for TV standards. Especially since they just pulled the guy out of police academy at the start of season 1.
  7. Avengers:Endgame (2019)

    Also Captain Marvel showing up at some point. I wonder what stopping Thanos is going to look like at this point. He seemed like hw was basically retired. Do the stones/gauntlet still work at this point. If they find another way to reverse the snap does he try and stop them. Do they have to decide if they kill him at the end like in Operation Galactic Storm?
  8. No host seems like the easiest. Just have an announcer introduce the presenters.
  9. S7: E9 - Always a Catch

    I would laugh my ass off if the fire was a result of something like a candle left unattended (because Matt was trying to be romantic right?). Or better yet someone else with a long time grudge like the kids of the fire fighter guy who died in the pilot. But unfortunately the show isn't that smart.
  10. Avengers:Endgame (2019)

    I have often wondered why Tony never bothered to equip the rest of the Avengers with Stark Tech/armour. I mean even in the first battle scene in Age of Ultron he couldn't give Clint or Natasha some armour pieces for protection? Also I am kind of disappointed we didn't see any Rocket in the trailer. I realy want to see what he is up to spending time with all these weird humans. Also speaking of Tony and Steve I am kind of thinking the fact that the team was split up led to Tony being lost in space. Because they weren't really coordinating their attack response and no one really knows where he went. If they did Thor could rescue him easily with Stormbreaker and the Bifrost.
  11. S03.E10: Janet(s)

    Alright history nerds, who was the best person in the world who died 521 years ago?
  12. S7: E9 - Always a Catch

    If it was the trailer park family I don't get their logic. I mean if Matt and his girlfriend get killed, once the CFD proves it is arson, won't the family that they are investigating (that just threatened them)become the prime suspects? Especially if it is discovered that smoke alarms were disabled first. And since his ex-wife is the world's greatest fire inspector. The funny part there was that there was at least 2 ambulanced sitting in the hospital parking lot when Brett got there. Not to mention what about the helicopter? It sure got to Chloe's accident fast.
  13. Avengers:Endgame (2019)

    I like it too, although I do wonder what the point of keeping it secret for so long. It's not like they called it "The Death of Captain America" Thanos dropped a moon on them during the battle. Space ships not working right doesn't seem like too much of a stretch. I did love Tony calling Pepper "Miss Potts". Made me think of the earliest Iron Man stories and then made me think of Stan. That has to be like a worst nightmare for Tony; dying alone because some piece of technology is broken and he can't fix it.
  14. Christmas Movies

    Watched Santa Clause 2 with my kids yesterday and it got me thinking, if the contract requires Santa to have a wife, what happned to the previous Mrs. Clause after the previous Santa died in the 1st movie. Also on a side note, even in a movie about Santa, elves and Christmas magic the hardest thing to believe was that Tim Allen (even with his Santa magic) was anywhere close to being in the same league as Elizabeth Mitchell.
  15. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

    Someone upthtead suggested Avengers Forever, which I kind of love, not only because it was an amazing Kurt Busiek Avengers story but it was also about time travel, which could be relevant. Annihilation and Decimation sound like bad video game titles. Of couse Avengers 4Ever would be even worse.