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5th Jun '17 12:24:59 PM Dere
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** They were definitely trying to kill him. If they only wanted to make him unconscious, they wouldn't have resorted to turning up his cubicle's temperature to potentially levels, which was a good way of murdering him and while it look like he simply died from his disease. As stated above, Powers was probably asking for an autopsy, and used the word biopsy because it sounded less strong.
4th Jun '17 7:22:54 PM SteveMB
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** Even if people believe that Peek ''was'' murdered, it could be by any of the ''many'' enemies he's made (we saw just such an attempt during the episode). Maybe Batman is the most obvious suspect at the moment, but (as he said about Nelson Nash in "Golem") "The line starts with me and goes around the block... twice."

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** Even if people believe that Peek ''was'' murdered, [[WhoMurderedTheAsshole it could be by any of the ''many'' the]] ''[[WhoMurderedTheAsshole many]]'' [[WhoMurderedTheAsshole enemies he's made made]] (we saw just such an attempt during the episode). Maybe Batman is the most obvious suspect at the moment, but (as he said about Nelson Nash in "Golem") "The line starts with me and goes around the block... twice."
15th May '17 10:47:51 AM Dere
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* How were they able to keep their horrific treatment of the inmates a secret? We see that parents get to visit and talk with their children.
15th May '17 9:45:10 AM Ansongc2000
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** Like the Sneak Peak and Brain Trust entries above, this may qualify as a [[CriticalResearchFailure general misunderstanding on the part of the writers]]. All most people hear about military training is how horrible the harrangues and sleep deprivation is, so that's all they think it consists of. In-universe, it worked, because if it didn't, why would any parent send there kid some place that has a flawless track record of doing nothing but driving children insane. If you want to torture your child for being bad, you can do it in your own basement for free.
1st Mar '17 3:28:27 AM SuperMagneto
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** Terry probably thought Corso was too distraught to fight back after seeing his wife kiss Bullwhip. This does bring up a question...was she already dating Bullwhip before meeting Corso, or did she fall for him while being held hostage (stockholm syndrome)?
* Let's assume April is really a sleazy person, wouldn't being married to a successful doctor be better than being a thug's girlfriend? Not saying it's okay to use men for money, but I'm curious about her sudden switch of sides.

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** Terry probably thought Corso was too distraught to fight back after seeing his wife kiss Bullwhip. This does bring up a question...was she
* Was April
already dating Bullwhip before meeting Corso, or did she fall for him while being held hostage (stockholm syndrome)?
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syndrome)? Let's assume April is really a sleazy person, wouldn't being married to a successful doctor be better than being a thug's girlfriend? Not saying it's okay to use men for money, but I'm curious about her sudden switch of sides.
1st Mar '17 3:26:43 AM SuperMagneto
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** Terry probably thought Corso was too distraught to fight back after seeing his wife kiss Bullwhip. This does bring up a question...was she already dating Bullwhip before meeting Corso, or did she fall for him while being held hostage (stockholm syndrome)? I know some women like bad boys, but is being with a bad boy better than being married to a high paying doctor?

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** Terry probably thought Corso was too distraught to fight back after seeing his wife kiss Bullwhip. This does bring up a question...was she already dating Bullwhip before meeting Corso, or did she fall for him while being held hostage (stockholm syndrome)? I know some women like bad boys, but syndrome)?
* Let's assume April
is being with really a bad boy better than sleazy person, wouldn't being married to a high paying doctor?successful doctor be better than being a thug's girlfriend? Not saying it's okay to use men for money, but I'm curious about her sudden switch of sides.
1st Mar '17 3:20:41 AM SuperMagneto
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** Terry probably thought Corso was too distraught to fight back after seeing his wife kiss Bullwhip. This does bring up a question...was she already dating Bullwhip before meeting Corso, or did she fall for him while being held hostage (stockholm syndrome)? I know some women like bad boys, but is being with a bad boy better than being married to a high paying doctor?
28th Feb '17 10:15:27 AM Dere
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[[folder: April Moon]]
* When the bad guys discovered him, why did Terry hide Dr. Corso in that cellar? He was his greatest weapon against them, as he was the only one who knew the password to deactivate their powers. And by that point, he no longer had any reason not to use it, given that he just found out that April wasn't in danger, and was in fact with them.
22nd Feb '17 8:17:08 PM Dere
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* What's up with the way she treats him when he tries to tell her that Spellbinder tricked her? He says "Barbara, you have to listen to me", and she cuts him out and refuses to listen, saying "Wrong. Those days are long gone, Bruce". What's up with her rudeness? ''He'' does listen to her when she goes to talk with him. Does she believe that she's entitled to be heard by him since she's the commissioner and knows his secret, but not the other way around?

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* What's up with the way she treats him when he tries to tell her that Spellbinder tricked her? He says "Barbara, you have to listen to me", and she cuts him out and refuses to listen, saying "Wrong. Those days are long gone, Bruce". What's up with her rudeness? ''He'' does listen to her when she goes to talk with him. Does she believe that she's entitled she has the exclusive privilege to be heard by him since she's the commissioner and knows commissioner/knows his secret, but not the other way around?
22nd Feb '17 6:49:01 PM Dere
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*** ...Sooooo, since she won't inform Bruce and Terry about sting operations, how does she expect them to know the next time so that he doesn't interfere? And how did she and Bruce expect Terry to know the first time?
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