History Headscratchers / GroundhogDay

27th Sep '17 7:43:03 AM DoctorNemesis
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** Presumably he does something to help or otherwise charm Nancy at some point during the events of the day in order to win her over. Either that, or she's kinda man-hungry[=/=]desperate. He ''did'' once convince her to marry him after basically flirting with her over the course of one day, after all. Or could be that, well, Nice!Phil is just that darned amazing.
21st Aug '17 2:21:32 PM benda
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*** I think Rita is just the right kind of person to believe the words that are sincere and emanate from the bottom of the heart, even if they are implausible from the point of view of pure reason. Basically, when she down his love confessions in the earlier iterations it's not because she ''knows'' that he can't possibly have fallen in love with her so quickly (othewise she would have turned him down on the last day as well), it's because she ''feels'' that he isn't being sincere.

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*** I think Rita is just the right kind of person to believe the words that are sincere and emanate from the bottom of the heart, even if they are implausible from the point of view of pure reason. Basically, when she down rejects his love confessions in the earlier iterations it's not because she ''knows'' that he can't possibly have fallen in love with her so quickly (othewise she would have turned him down on the last day as well), it's because she ''feels'' that he isn't being sincere.
21st Aug '17 2:20:42 PM benda
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*** I think Rita is just the right kind of person to believe the words that are sincere and emanate from the bottom of the heart, even if they are implausible from the point of view of pure reason. Basically, when she down his love confessions in the earlier iterations it's not because she ''knows'' that he can't possibly have fallen in love with her so quickly (othewise she would have turned him down on the last day as well), it's because she ''feels'' that he isn't being sincere.



*** I think Rita is just the right kind of person to believe the words that are sincere and emanate from the bottom of the heart, even if they are implausible from the point of view of pure reason. Basically, when she down his love confessions in the earlier iterations it's not because she ''knows'' that he can't possibly have fallen in love with her so quickly (othewise she would have turned him down on the last day as well), it's because she ''feels'' that he isn't being sincere.
21st Aug '17 2:20:06 PM benda
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*** I think Rita is just the right kind of person to believe the words that are sincere and emanate from the bottom of the heart, even if they are implausible from the point of view of pure reason. Basically, when she down his love confessions in the earlier iterations it's not because she ''knows'' that he can't possibly have fallen in love with her so quickly (othewise she would have turned him down on the last day as well), it's because she ''feels'' that he isn't being sincere.
4th Aug '17 5:09:30 PM benda
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* On his last day, Doris and Nancy not only know him but are almost prepared to fight for him. Well, suppose he could have tipped Doris big time... but what could he possibly do or say to Nancy on his last day to elicit such a reaction?

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* On his Phil's last day, day in the loop, Doris and Nancy not only know him but are almost prepared to fight for him. Well, suppose he could have tipped Doris big time... but what could he possibly do or say to Nancy on his last day to elicit such a reaction?
4th Aug '17 5:08:28 PM benda
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*** Well, judging by the complete lack of any awareness of his situation on her part on February 3 morning, you could tell he didn't really progress far with the explanation. Most likely he fell asleep as soon as they came back to the hotel. Or she just ignored what he'd said.

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*** Well, judging by the complete lack of any awareness of his situation on her part on February 3 morning, you could tell he didn't really progress far with the explanation. Most likely he fell asleep as soon as they came back to the hotel.hotel ("Why weren't you like this last night? You just fell sleep."). Or she just ignored what he'd said.
4th Aug '17 4:53:45 PM benda
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* On his last day, Doris and Nancy not only know him but are almost prepared to fight for him. Well, suppose he could have tipped Doris big time... but what could he possibly do or say to Nancy on his last day to elicit such a reaction?
18th Jun '17 1:24:06 PM nombretomado
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** The same reason [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife George Bailey]] and [[AChristmasCarol Ebenezer Scrooge]] were picked for angelic/ghostly intervention.

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** The same reason [[Film/ItsAWonderfulLife George Bailey]] and [[AChristmasCarol [[Literature/AChristmasCarol Ebenezer Scrooge]] were picked for angelic/ghostly intervention.
18th Apr '17 1:01:09 PM benda
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**** Given Phil's schedule, I doubt he has enough time to spare by accompanying them and constantly making up new pretexts for staying. So yeah, what most likely happened was "You guys go ahead"-thing.
15th Apr '17 2:18:04 PM AbnormalMoose
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** It's a news van. It might have the capability of sending a feed of the footage back to the station remotely even if the other lines of communication are down.
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