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30th May '15 2:48:22 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, {{It}}, the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entails...
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* In Stephen Kings King's other famous novel, {{It}}, ''Literature/{{It}}'', the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entails...
10th Apr '15 5:22:44 PM Vandegraff1
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* In the movie the car is shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.
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* In the movie the car is shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded alluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.
7th Jul '13 4:23:45 PM Ridtom
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, It, the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entails...
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, It, {{It}}, the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entails...
7th Jul '13 4:18:09 PM Ridtom
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, {{It - Television Tropes & Idioms}}, the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entails...
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, {{It - Television Tropes & Idioms}}, It, the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entails...
7th Jul '13 4:03:21 PM Ridtom
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, [URL="http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/It?from=Main.It"]It[/URL], the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entail...
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, [URL="http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/It?from=Main.It"]It[/URL], {{It - Television Tropes & Idioms}}, the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entail...entails...
7th Jul '13 3:44:34 PM Ridtom
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, [URL=http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/It?from=Main.It] It []/URL[], the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entail...
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* In Stephen Kings other famous novel, [URL=http://tvtropes.[URL="http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/It?from=Main.It] It []/URL[], It"]It[/URL], the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entail...
7th Jul '13 3:40:29 PM Ridtom
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* In the movie the car is shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.
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* In the movie the car is shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.cigar. [[AC: FridgeHorror]] * In Stephen Kings other famous novel, [URL=http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Literature/It?from=Main.It] It []/URL[], the titular clown summons a Plymouth the exact same make and model as Christine, who is driven by a dead guy. Let it sink in as to what that entail...
15th Apr '13 11:22:27 AM summonerx
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* In the movie the car I shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.
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* In the movie the car I is shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.
15th Apr '13 11:22:18 AM summonerx
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* Something a lot simpler then the supernatural car. Why Moochie didn't simply leap over Christine's hood when she jammed herself into the narrow loading dock, instead of just stand there and get slowly cut in half? ** For that matter, why does the second guy try to outrun the car on foot down a straight, paved highway instead of maybe trying some offroad slopes? *** Not that that would help at all - not with ''this'' car.
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* Something a lot simpler then In the supernatural car. Why Moochie didn't simply leap over Christine's hood when she jammed herself into the narrow loading dock, instead of just stand there and get slowly cut in half? ** For that matter, why does the second guy try to outrun movie the car on foot down a straight, paved highway instead of maybe trying some offroad slopes? *** Not I shown to be evil from creation; in the book it is eluded that the previous owner's ghost drives the power of the car. Being based on Stephen King logic, it is safe to assume the car WAS created already infused with the dark spirit that would help at all - not with ''this'' car.seeks love and rage...lots and LOTS of rage apparently. This kind of explains why it kills the first person to ever sit in her after being offended by his cigar.
7th Mar '13 4:50:37 PM ArchTeryx
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