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5th Jun '17 8:07:13 AM Brandon
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* The fact that Edgar keeps a shelf with sleep medication ''right next'' to his stove. You have to wonder if there's been other instances of Edgar trying to poison someone.
27th Mar '17 9:30:19 PM karategal
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** For all the talk about Edgar being unwilling to kill the cats, a trip in a trunk to a faraway country would eventually have done just that. Even with sufficient air holes, the long time it would take to deliver it (this IS 1910 after all) would have guaranteed that Duchess and the kids would have slowly starved to death inside. And that's exactly what Edgar's fate is unless he has the common sense to make lots of noise while he's still being carried off to the distribution depot. I'll take the [[DisneyVillainDeath classic fall off a tall building]], thank you.
*** Yes, this is because Edgar is [[TooDumbToLive really, incredibly stupid]]. He'll probably get out of the trunk at the post office when he starts making noise and will be too embarrassed/scared to return to Madam's house.

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** For all the talk about Edgar being unwilling to kill the cats, a trip in a trunk to a faraway country would eventually have done just that. Even with sufficient air holes, the long time it would take to deliver it (this IS ''is'' 1910 after all) would have guaranteed that Duchess and the kids would have slowly starved to death inside. And that's exactly what Edgar's fate is unless he has the common sense to make lots of noise while he's still being carried off to the distribution depot. I'll take the [[DisneyVillainDeath classic fall off a tall building]], thank you.
*** Yes, this is because Edgar is [[TooDumbToLive really, incredibly stupid]]. He'll probably get out of the trunk at the post office when he starts making noise and will be too embarrassed/scared to return to Madam's Madame's house.



*** Worse, Edgar's not all that bright. He believes that cats have nine lives, and thus they'll far outlive him, keeping hem from ever inheriting the money. Not that taking care of the cats should have really messed up his ability to spend most of the money as he wished anyway.

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*** Worse, Edgar's not all that bright. He believes that cats have nine lives, and thus they'll far outlive him, keeping hem him from ever inheriting the money. Not that taking care of the cats should have really messed up his ability to spend most of the money as he wished anyway.wished, anyways.
16th Mar '17 11:01:57 PM Historian1912
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** To be fair, Edgar, who was very old himself, had not heard the full layout of what Madame was actually suggesting happen once she passed, and reacted based on what he saw as a complete insult to his many years of service. PoorCommunicationKills at play, essentially.

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** To be fair, Edgar, who was very old himself, had not heard the full layout of what Madame was actually suggesting happen once she passed, and reacted based on what he saw as a complete insult to his many years of service. PoorCommunicationKills at play, essentially.essentially.
*** Worse, Edgar's not all that bright. He believes that cats have nine lives, and thus they'll far outlive him, keeping hem from ever inheriting the money. Not that taking care of the cats should have really messed up his ability to spend most of the money as he wished anyway.
25th Sep '16 10:39:30 AM Warwolf
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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money would have almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]

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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money would have almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]]]
** To be fair, Edgar, who was very old himself, had not heard the full layout of what Madame was actually suggesting happen once she passed, and reacted based on what he saw as a complete insult to his many years of service. PoorCommunicationKills at play, essentially.
26th Sep '15 4:03:57 PM maxwellsilver
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* It seems strange that Madame Bonfamille never suspects Edgar. But she had ''no clue at all that Edgar even knew of her will''. And even if the police suspected him (the crime is mentioned in an in-movie newspaper, so it seems reasonable that Madame called the police), there are no witnesses or evidence that link Edgar to the crime. Roquefort and the horse do know that Edgar is the culprit, [[MakeTheDogTestify but they can't exactly testify]].



* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money would have almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]
* It seems strange that Madame Bonfamille never suspects Edgar. But she had ''no clue at all that Edgar even knew of her will''. And even if the police suspected him (the crime is mentioned in an in-movie newspaper, so it seems reasonable that Madame called the police), there are no witnesses or evidence that link Edgar to the crime. Roquefort and the horse do know that Edgar is the culprit, [[MakeTheDogTestify but they can't exactly testify]].

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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money would have almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]
* It seems strange that Madame Bonfamille never suspects Edgar. But she had ''no clue at all that Edgar even knew of her will''. And even if the police suspected him (the crime is mentioned in an in-movie newspaper, so it seems reasonable that Madame called the police), there are no witnesses or evidence that link Edgar to the crime. Roquefort and the horse do know that Edgar is the culprit, [[MakeTheDogTestify but they can't exactly testify]].
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14th Sep '15 1:51:48 PM HeroGal2347
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* It seems strange that Madame Bonfamille never suspects Edgar. But she had ''no clue at all that Edgar even knew of her will''. And even if the police suspected him (the crime is mentioned in an in-movie newspaper, so it seems reasonable that Madame called the police), there are no witnesses or evidence that link Edgar to the crime. Roquefort and the horse do know that Edgar is the culprit, but they can't exactly testify.

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* It seems strange that Madame Bonfamille never suspects Edgar. But she had ''no clue at all that Edgar even knew of her will''. And even if the police suspected him (the crime is mentioned in an in-movie newspaper, so it seems reasonable that Madame called the police), there are no witnesses or evidence that link Edgar to the crime. Roquefort and the horse do know that Edgar is the culprit, [[MakeTheDogTestify but they can't exactly testify.testify]].
14th Sep '15 9:44:49 AM Xlsfd
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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money would have almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]

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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money would have almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]]]
* It seems strange that Madame Bonfamille never suspects Edgar. But she had ''no clue at all that Edgar even knew of her will''. And even if the police suspected him (the crime is mentioned in an in-movie newspaper, so it seems reasonable that Madame called the police), there are no witnesses or evidence that link Edgar to the crime. Roquefort and the horse do know that Edgar is the culprit, but they can't exactly testify.
29th Aug '15 1:08:09 AM Apers0n
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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the money inherited might as well have been Edgars because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame passed. So yea Edgar is VERY stupid.

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* Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the inheritance money inherited might as well would have been Edgars because almost certainly gone to Edgar (because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame passed. So yea Edgar is VERY stupid.had passed). [[WhatAnIdiot Hence, there was no reason for him to dispose of the cats.]]
25th Jan '15 10:14:21 AM Protectronics
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!!FridgeLogic

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** Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the money inherited might as well have been Edgars because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame passed. So yea Edgar is VERY stupid.

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Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the money inherited might as well have been Edgars because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame passed. So yea Edgar is VERY stupid.
21st Aug '14 10:51:15 AM creader
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* FridgeHorror: Edgar got mailed to Timbuktu. In a small box. [[AndIMustScream Probably without sufficient air holes]].

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* FridgeHorror: Edgar got mailed to Timbuktu. In a small box. [[AndIMustScream Probably without sufficient air holes]].



** FridgeLogic - Since the dialog is translated into English, the southern accent means that the dogs are speaking with the French equivalent of a "redneck" accent.
*** Fridge Logic: Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the money inherited might as well have been Edgars because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame passed. So yea Edgar is VERY stupid.

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** FridgeLogic -
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Since the dialog dialogue is translated into English, the southern accent means that the dogs are speaking with the French equivalent of a "redneck" accent.
*** Fridge Logic: ** Since cats really have no use for money other than food and water then the money inherited might as well have been Edgars because he would still have to take care of the cats after the Madame passed. So yea Edgar is VERY stupid.
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