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29th Apr '16 9:06:31 PM TheLemsterPju
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* In the season four premiere, what did Harry mean when he said that a third dose of Goblin Serum would ''destroy'' Norman? Well, multiple drug use is pure poison for any human being, realistically. However, a worse case scenario: Norman's essence is ''absorbed'' and dominated by the Goblin persona, thus permanently destroying any last shred of his humanity. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Norman was able to cook up a cure beforehand, and used it on himself in case Ock would try to jam him with the needle once again.]]

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* In the season four premiere, what did Harry mean when he said that a third dose of Goblin Serum would ''destroy'' Norman? Well, multiple drug use is pure poison for any human being, realistically. His body probably wouldn't handle another fix of the serum. However, a worse case scenario: Norman's essence is ''absorbed'' and dominated by the Goblin persona, thus permanently destroying any last shred of his humanity. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Norman was able to cook up a cure beforehand, and used it on himself in case Ock would try to jam him with the needle once again.]]
29th Apr '16 9:05:07 PM TheLemsterPju
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* In the season four premiere, what did Harry mean when he said that a third dose of Goblin Serum would ''destroy'' Norman? Well, multiple drug use is pure poison for any human being, realistically. However, a worse case scenario: Norman's essence is ''absorbed'' and dominated by the Goblin persona, thus permanently destroying any last shred of his humanity. [[spoiler:Thankfully, Norman was able to cook up a cure beforehand, and used it on himself in case Ock would try to jam him with the needle once again.]]
6th Apr '16 5:18:12 AM chloelee12
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* You'd think that Fury would care about Spidey's bad PR given that it could give S.H.I.E.L.D. bad PR by association as Spidey is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent himself. Instead he essentially calls Spidey a big baby and tells him to get over it.
** There's also the fact that it was obviously having a bad affect on Peter's mental health, which could affect how well he does in the field. You'd think Fury would want one of his most powerful agents to be in tip top shape.
* Spidey signing a paper that allows Fury to monitor his home is this for several reasons. For one Spidey was clearly surrounded by things that was diverting his attention, so you'd think a hyper vigilant super spy like Fury would have noticed and at least ''closed the door'' to be sure Spidey was paying attention. Secondly there's the fact that Spider-Man doesn't own his home, his Aunt May does, so he has no legal right to be able to sign the papers ''in the first place.'' Lastly there's the fact that Spidey was a minor at the time, so even if he ''did'' own their home he still wouldn't be able to sign a paper that allowed 24/7 survalience without a legal guardian also signing it. In real life you can't even so much as take a picture of a minor for a school photo/promotion without getting written consent from their legal guardians on a permission slip of some sort.
6th Apr '16 5:02:17 AM chloelee12
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* Petra's cool and all, but why couldn't they use [[ComicBook/SpiderGirl May "Mayday" Parker]] as the female Spiderman?
5th Apr '16 11:20:32 PM celeste3xa
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** Well, we're aware that Iron Man, the man whose heart runs on electricity, is alright so [[NoEndorHolocaust maybe those on life support and with a pacemaker are fine?]]
30th Mar '16 8:20:41 PM Kytseo
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* Petra's cool and all, but why couldn't they use [[ComicBook/SpiderGirl May "Mayday" Parker]] as the female Spiderman?
21st Feb '16 6:49:21 PM TheLemsterPju
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* Was Doc Ock a complete fool to think that turning Norman into the Goblin won't get him an ass whooping each time? Well, after being Norman's underground slave for ''years'', perhaps Ock wasn't willing to give up on his chance to "return the favor" by having Norman as his own personal goon for life. It could also be seen as way of Octavius putting his triggers to rest. Judging from his dialogue, he is still angered and, albeit subtly, traumatized by the experience. What better why for him to fight his demons than ultimately ''controlling'' said demons?

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* Was Doc Ock a complete fool to think that turning Norman into the Goblin won't get him an ass whooping each time? Well, after being Norman's underground slave for ''years'', perhaps Ock wasn't willing to give up on his chance to "return the favor" by having Norman as his own personal goon for life. It could also be seen as way of Octavius putting his triggers to rest. Judging from his dialogue, he is still angered and, albeit subtly, traumatized by the experience. What better why way for him to fight his demons than ultimately ''controlling'' said demons?
21st Feb '16 6:48:53 PM TheLemsterPju
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* Was Doc Ock a complete fool to think that turning Norman into the Goblin won't get him an ass whooping each time? Well, after being Norman's own personal slave for ''years'', perhaps Ock wasn't willing to give up on his chance to "return the favor" by having Norman as his own person goon for life. It could also be seen as way of Octavius putting his triggers to rest. Judging from his dialogue, he is still angered and, albeit subtly, traumatized by the experience. What better why for him to fight his demons than ultimately ''controlling'' said demons?

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* Was Doc Ock a complete fool to think that turning Norman into the Goblin won't get him an ass whooping each time? Well, after being Norman's own personal underground slave for ''years'', perhaps Ock wasn't willing to give up on his chance to "return the favor" by having Norman as his own person personal goon for life. It could also be seen as way of Octavius putting his triggers to rest. Judging from his dialogue, he is still angered and, albeit subtly, traumatized by the experience. What better why for him to fight his demons than ultimately ''controlling'' said demons?
21st Feb '16 6:47:25 PM TheLemsterPju
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* Was Doc Ock a complete fool to think that turning Norman into the Goblin won't get him an ass whooping each time? Well, after being Norman's own personal slave for ''years'', perhaps Ock wasn't willing to give up on his chance to "return the favor" by having Norman as his own person goon for life. It could also be seen as way of Octavius putting his triggers to rest. Judging from his dialogue, he is still angered and, albeit subtly, traumatized by the experience. What better why for him to fight his demons than ultimately ''controlling'' said demons?
31st Jan '16 5:02:33 PM TheLemsterPju
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* This was already mentioned in WMG page, but deserves to be adressed here. In this show, [[spoiler: Deadpool's third, and perhaps the most believable, origin reveals that he was once a weird, special kid (probably referring to his healing factor), who was treated horribly by other people. Nick Fury found him and trained him, by putting him through the same program that Spider-Man is currently working in and worked with Spidey's teammates before Spidey joined S.H.I.E.L.D. At some point, however, Deadpool decided that he should learn to laugh at pain and decided to hurt other people. But ''why exactly'' he became an amoral psycho?]] Well, [[spoiler: these are the same teammates, who in the first season, when Spidey joined S.H.I.E.L.D, mocked Spidey, insulted him, pulled mean pranks on him, attempted to '''''beat''''' him up because he ''accidentally gave them cold'', inserted themselves into his life, disrespected him and tried to make Peter trust them, even though he actually doesn't know anything about them]]. Fury also treated Spidey unsympathetically by putting security cameras in his house, showing most embarrassing things of Spider-Man's recording to the whole team, even after Spidey allowed Fury to put up at some cameras in his territory and generally treated Spidey, and his teammates to an extent, as snot-nosed brats. Coulson is no better either: in Captain America's debut episode he didn't want Spidey's team to train with Captain America, just because Coulson is a massive fanboy of Cap and wanted Cap to be with him and not with Spidey's team and in Deadpool's debut episode sent battle robots after Spidey, simply because he was late for training. It is very possible that [[spoiler: Deadpool was treated in similar way by Fury, Coulson and MAYBE his teammates. Furthermore, Deadpool was already treated horribly by other people ''before'' he joined S.H.I.E.L.D and was heavily implied to be an orphan. Having a horrible past, no family, being abused and treated unfairly by his JerkAss teammates and superiors probably made Deadpool snap and he turned into psychopathic mercenary he is now]].
** His team-mates may see spiderman as some replacement for Deadpool. You must admit there are some similarity to the for the team to see this as some bad ReplacementGoldfish. One could further argue that some may subconsciously blame Peter since it would seem Fury gave up on Deadpool and just took Spiderman as the new man on the team.
*** It might even be meta-commentary about Spetacular Spiderman being replaced by Ultimate Spiderman, which considering Deadpool, is more than expected.
** I think that's a bit of an exaggeration of the team's behavior. They're just behaving like any spoiled teenager would. They do care for Peter for the most part as shown in the first season finale and a majority of season two. They even got along just fine with Deadpool. It's part of the shows sense of humor to have the characters pick on each other for laughs, it's best not to over-think their [[JerkAss "jerkassness"]].
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