History Headscratchers / Hoodwinked

2nd Dec '15 8:36:38 PM dmcreif
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** The answer comes through FridgeBrilliance: It is established that Red is a lot more intelligent than she lets on (she takes the threat about Granny's recipes quite seriously, correctly guesses what the Bandit's scheme is, and escapes from the Wolf by improvising a diversion on the fly). When the Wolf is interviewed by Flippers, you'll notice that Red sits in on the interview (she's standing against the wall when the Wolf finishes his story, is in the doorway when he's starting to describe his day, and at the point in the Wolf's story where Red beats him up, the Wolf quickly refers to her martial arts photo). Therefore, if we are to assume Red sits in on the full interview, then she also hears the Wolf talk about how Boingo tricked him and Twitchy into going into a bat-infested cave. As Red had already met Boingo, this likely raised a red flag with her, and may have made her realize that Boingo had caused her to fall from the tram car. ** As it's very likely that the main characters could overhear what was being spoken in the interviewing room while waiting in the living room, it isn't far-fetched to assume that Red also listens in on Kirk's story and considers it suspicious that Boingo showed up immediately after Kirk found his truck raided.
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** The answer comes through FridgeBrilliance: It is established that Red is a lot more intelligent than she lets on (she takes the threat about Granny's recipes quite seriously, correctly guesses what the Bandit's scheme is, and escapes from the Wolf by improvising a diversion on the fly). When the Wolf is interviewed by Flippers, you'll notice that Red sits in on the interview (she's standing against the wall when the Wolf finishes his story, is in the doorway when he's starting to describe his day, and at the point in the Wolf's story where Red beats him up, the Wolf quickly refers to her martial arts photo). Therefore, if we are to assume Red sits in on the full interview, and maybe even took over questioning from Flippers at some points, then she also hears the Wolf talk about how Boingo tricked him and Twitchy into going into a bat-infested cave. As Red had already met Boingo, this likely raised a red flag with her, and may have made her realize that Boingo had caused her to fall from the tram car. car ("so let me get this straight, Mr. Wolf: a rabbit who just happens to match the description of my friend Boingo, gave you directions to my granny's place on an Easter egg. Is that correct?"). ** As it's very likely that the main characters could overhear what was being spoken in the interviewing room while waiting in the living room, it isn't far-fetched to assume that Red also listens in listened in, if not sat in, on Kirk's story and considers it suspicious that heard the part about Boingo showed showing up immediately after Kirk found his truck raided.raided (you can imagine her thinking, "Gee, seems a bit strange that these two complete strangers that I've never met, and who have never met each other before, crossed paths with Boingo, just like me, within the past 24 hours").
19th Aug '15 7:54:15 AM whisperstar13
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** Like that would've worked. Red knew from her eavesdropping that Boingo had already been to the crime scene, that he was the bandit, and that he knew about what had happened between her, Granny, Kirk, and the Wolf - not to mention, '''Boingo was standing ''right in the middle of his evil lair'' at the time.''' You think he would've just given the book back to Red under the pretense that she forgot it?
24th Feb '15 7:03:22 AM Tightwire
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# Once he brings the car back down, he gives the Wolf and Twitchy directions for a shortcut. # Presumably takes the tram back up and shows up at the ski race with his men, who are being dispatched to take out Granny.
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# Once he brings the car back down, he gives the Wolf and Twitchy directions for a shortcut. # Presumably takes the tram back fully up and shows up at the ski race with his men, who are being dispatched to take out Granny. # Once he brings the car back down, he gives the Wolf and Twitchy directions for a shortcut.
24th Feb '15 6:32:26 AM Tightwire
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# Once he brings the car back down, he tricks the Wolf and Twitchy into going into a bat-infested cave. # Shows up at the ski race with his men, who are being dispatched to take out Granny.
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# Once he brings the car back down, he tricks gives the Wolf and Twitchy into going into directions for a bat-infested cave. shortcut. # Shows Presumably takes the tram back up and shows up at the ski race with his men, who are being dispatched to take out Granny.
20th Sep '14 5:30:07 PM AntMan
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* Exactly what causes the Wolf to fall for Red's ploy? He can clearly see that there are no legs under the cloak as he chases after it. Is it because he is desperate?
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* Exactly what causes the Wolf to fall for Red's ploy? He can clearly see that there are no legs under the cloak as he chases after it. Is it because he is desperate?desperate? * Why are they still called "the ''Three'' Little Pigs"? There's a whole army of them!
6th Feb '14 7:03:07 PM dmcreif
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* What's the deal with Japeth? Did a mountain witch really put a spell on him 37 years ago, or is he just looking for an excuse to sing everything? I ask this because he DOES manage to sing a lot of his dialogue, but the part where he clearly speaks to Red instead of singing, which she even points out makes me wonder. Also, his line "Keep your hands and feet inside of the vehicle at all times" is clearly spoken and not sung.
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* What's the deal with Japeth? Did a mountain witch really put a spell on him 37 years ago, or is he just looking for an excuse to sing everything? I ask this because he DOES manage to sing a lot of his dialogue, but the part where he clearly speaks to Red instead of singing, which she even points out ("You just talked! Just now!") makes me wonder. Also, his line "Keep your hands and feet inside of the vehicle at all times" times!" is clearly spoken and not sung.sung. **It's RuleOfFunny!

** Obviously, Boingo didn't agree
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** Obviously, Boingo didn't agreeagree. **I figure Boingo must be an avid fan of ''RockyAndBullwinkle''.
4th Feb '14 5:31:02 PM AntMan
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** Obviously, Boingo didn't agree
24th Jan '14 9:23:11 PM squadallahthistle
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* What's the deal with Japeth? Did a mountain witch really put a spell on him 37 years ago, or is he just looking for an excuse to sing everything? I ask this because he DOES manage to sing a lot of his dialogue, but the part where he clearly speaks to Red instead of singing, which she even points out makes me wonder. Also, his line "Keep your hands and feet inside of the vehicle at all times" is clearly spoken and not sung.
16th May '13 8:27:58 PM Elitekross
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** Maybe no one had gotten to that stage of Sisterhood training?
8th Nov '12 8:57:02 AM dmcreif
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** The answer is never quite explained but it is established that Red is pretty intelligent. Given that she's standing in the doorway when most of the other characters are retelling their day's activities, it's very likely that Red made the same conclusions that Flippers made, and may have done so while gathering her thoughts in the woods. After all, this would mean Red's in a position to listen to each of the other's encounters with Boingo during the day. ** Alternatively, it is that Red notices Boingo impersonating her and carrying the book to the tram terminal.
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** The **The answer is never quite explained but it comes through FridgeBrilliance: It is established that Red is pretty intelligent. Given a lot more intelligent than she lets on (she takes the threat about Granny's recipes quite seriously, correctly guesses what the Bandit's scheme is, and escapes from the Wolf by improvising a diversion on the fly). When the Wolf is interviewed by Flippers, you'll notice that she's Red sits in on the interview (she's standing against the wall when the Wolf finishes his story, is in the doorway when most of he's starting to describe his day, and at the other characters point in the Wolf's story where Red beats him up, the Wolf quickly refers to her martial arts photo). Therefore, if we are retelling their day's activities, to assume Red sits in on the full interview, then she also hears the Wolf talk about how Boingo tricked him and Twitchy into going into a bat-infested cave. As Red had already met Boingo, this likely raised a red flag with her, and may have made her realize that Boingo had caused her to fall from the tram car. **As it's very likely that Red made the same conclusions that Flippers made, and may have done so while gathering her thoughts main characters could overhear what was being spoken in the woods. After all, this would mean Red's interviewing room while waiting in a position to listen to each of the other's encounters with living room, it isn't far-fetched to assume that Red also listens in on Kirk's story and considers it suspicious that Boingo during the day. ** Alternatively, showed up immediately after Kirk found his truck raided. ***Alternatively, it is that during her HeroicBSOD, Red notices Boingo impersonating using her cape, and carrying the book to the tram terminal. follows him.
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