History Fridge / TradingPlaces

28th Oct '17 9:41:42 AM Premonition45
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** [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Did Louis ever get over those charges after he became wealthy again and had the Dukes bankrupted]]?
26th Oct '17 3:42:33 PM WildeOscar
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* Exactly who are those two random women who are paired up with Billy Ray and Coleman on the beach at the end? Neither of them was even in the movie before.
6th Jul '17 4:12:52 AM SkidTroper
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*** One of the trade organizers who calls out the Dukes on their margin call states that their assets will be seized and their seats will be auctioned off. The most that will happen is that "Duke and Duke's" will be under new management and they lose their homes and most of their material possessions (which is tame compared to what they've done to other people).



*** The costume seemed like a desperate improvisation. That '[[AssholeVictim poor chap]]' had the protagonists isolated at gunpoint so he was going to kill four innocent people just so his bosses could stay at the top of the corporate ladder, according to his saying "[[PreMortemOneLiner Your interference ends here]]." Then the gorilla knocked him out, so to prevent him from coming after them they bound him up in the gorilla costume. Locking him in the cage may have been to further keep him from coming after them, they weren't inclined to be generous as he'd been about to kill them and/or RuleOfFunny.

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*** The costume seemed like a desperate improvisation. That '[[AssholeVictim poor chap]]' had the protagonists isolated at gunpoint so he was going to kill murder four innocent people just so his bosses could stay at the top of the corporate ladder, according to his saying "[[PreMortemOneLiner Your interference ends here]]." Then the gorilla knocked him out, so to prevent him from coming after them they bound him up in the gorilla costume. Locking him in the cage may have been to further keep him from coming after them, they weren't inclined to be generous as he'd been about to kill them and/or RuleOfFunny.
19th Feb '17 6:08:51 PM TristanJeremiah
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* As the Dukes discuss their wager, which means ruining Louis' life and raising Billy Ray to take his place, Randolph says "We've done it before. [[BlatantLies This time, it's in a good cause.]]". So how many lives have they previously shattered ForTheLulz before this?

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* As the Dukes discuss their wager, which means ruining Louis' life and raising Billy Ray to take his place, Randolph says "We've done it before. [[BlatantLies This time, it's in a good cause.]]". So how many lives have they previously shattered ForTheLulz ForTheEvulz before this?
20th Dec '16 1:33:35 PM PsychoGecko
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** He was accused of stealing from a private social club. All of those members and anyone who knows them would likely blacklist him, meaning there's zero chance he'd get a job anything close to what he had before. And someone like him is not likely to start at the bottom all over again, especially when it appears his social contacts were a large part of what got him there in the first place.
14th Dec '16 3:20:40 PM SirSapphire
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** Also that was his plan until he got sick and was ordered on bed rest by Ophelia. Seeing Valentine's photo in the paper set him off again.
3rd Jun '16 1:41:52 AM IJVin
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* I know Louis' goes off the rails once he no longer has luxury. But why doesn't he just ''search'' for another job. He's a graduate of '''Harvard''', and he's still pretty young. He could easily go to a library, type up a resume, land an interview. He has excellent social skills.

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* I know Louis' Louis goes off the rails once he no longer has luxury. But why doesn't he just ''search'' for another job. He's a graduate of '''Harvard''', and he's still pretty young. He could easily go to a library, type up a resume, land an interview. He has excellent social skills.
14th Apr '16 5:25:42 PM kazokuhouou
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** The drug charges would be a pretty nasty stain to overcome though, especially if they weren't dropped immediately.

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** The drug and embezzlement charges would be a pretty nasty stain to overcome though, especially if they weren't dropped immediately.
14th Apr '16 5:21:43 PM kazokuhouou
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** The drug charges would be a pretty nasty stain to overcome though, especially if they weren't dropped immediately.
24th Mar '16 8:00:20 AM redandready45
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* I know Louis' goes off the rails once he no longer has luxury. But why doesn't he just ''search'' for another job. He's a graduate of '''Harvard''', and he's still pretty young. He could easily go to a library, type up a resume, land an interview. He has excellent social skills.
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