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30th Jan '14 7:29:23 AM anonymoussoup
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** Parents tend to be more squeamish about old, now relatively tame, 18 rated movies than modern but comparatively brutal 15 rated movies. It's really not hard to believe they'd let him watch one with little problem (if now a few "Are we really doing the right thing here?" moments) and not the other.
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** Parents tend to be more squeamish about old, now relatively tame, 18 rated movies than modern but comparatively brutal 15 rated movies. It's really not hard to believe they'd let him watch one with little problem (if now a few "Are we really doing the right thing here?" moments) and not the other.
30th Jan '14 7:28:43 AM anonymoussoup
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** Parents tend to be more squeamish about old, now relatively tame, 18 rated movies than modern but comparatively brutal 15 rated movies. It's really not hard to believe they'd let him watch one with little problem (if now a few "Are we really doing the right thing here?" moments) and not the other.
6th Jun '13 8:27:29 AM thesummoningdark
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* Why ''didn't'' they have Pete teach at the same school Jake (and later the other kids) go to?
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* Why ''didn't'' they have Pete teach at the same school Jake (and later the other kids) go to?to? **Because Jake's school is of much better quality and would be unlikely to hire a teacher from the sort of school Pete teaches at. Even if they ''did'' have an appropriate opening, which doesn't really happen all that often.
15th Mar '13 6:57:55 AM nlpnt
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**** Well, Ben ''has'' lied about more ridiculous things.
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**** Well, Ben ''has'' lied about more ridiculous things.things. * Why ''didn't'' they have Pete teach at the same school Jake (and later the other kids) go to?
5th Aug '12 12:28:25 AM erforce
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* In "The Pigeon", Ben starts describing the plot of ''FridayTheThirteenth'' to his parents, who immediately start questioning themselves over when he could have watched it. So why, in the previous series, did they not question why he was able to describe ''PansLabyrinth'' in detail?
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* In "The Pigeon", Ben starts describing the plot of ''FridayTheThirteenth'' ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' to his parents, who immediately start questioning themselves over when he could have watched it. So why, in the previous series, did they not question why he was able to describe ''PansLabyrinth'' in detail?
8th Mar '12 7:00:35 PM AspieCrow
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*** No, this again contradicts the fact that Ben didn't expect his father to recognise it.
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*** No, this again contradicts the fact that Ben didn't expect his father to recognise it.it. **** Well, Ben ''has'' lied about more ridiculous things.
8th Mar '12 5:45:13 AM LawaClato
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** Considering that Ben has likely seen most bad films under the sun by this stage, they've likely had this "how did he watch it" conversation by now anyway.
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** Considering that Ben has likely seen most bad films under the sun by this stage, they've likely had this "how did he watch it" conversation by now anyway.anyway. *** No, this again contradicts the fact that Ben didn't expect his father to recognise it.
27th Jan '12 4:36:01 PM captainmarkle
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*** Firstly, if that was the case, there's no way it would have taken Pete so long to figure out the truth - he would have turned it off after Captain Vidal's [[MoralEventHorizon scene with the rabbit hunters]] and Ben wouldn't have seen the Pale Man (in that viewing anyway). Secondly, Ben was trying to pass the scene off as one of his own dreams, not expecting Pete to recognize it from a movie.
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*** Firstly, if that was the case, there's no way it would have taken Pete so long to figure out the truth - he would have turned it off after Captain Vidal's [[MoralEventHorizon scene with the rabbit hunters]] and Ben wouldn't have seen the Pale Man (in that viewing anyway). Secondly, Ben was trying to pass the scene off as one of his own dreams, not expecting Pete to recognize it from a movie.movie. ** Considering that Ben has likely seen most bad films under the sun by this stage, they've likely had this "how did he watch it" conversation by now anyway.
4th Jan '12 7:11:55 PM LawaClato
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*** Firstly, if that was the case, there's no way it would have taken Pete so long to figure out the truth - he would have turned it after Captain Vidal's [[MoralEventHorizon scene with the rabbit hunters]] and Ben wouldn't have seen the Pale Man (in that viewing anyway). Secondly, Ben was trying to pass the scene off as one of his own dreams, not expecting Pete to recognize it from a movie.
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*** Firstly, if that was the case, there's no way it would have taken Pete so long to figure out the truth - he would have turned it off after Captain Vidal's [[MoralEventHorizon scene with the rabbit hunters]] and Ben wouldn't have seen the Pale Man (in that viewing anyway). Secondly, Ben was trying to pass the scene off as one of his own dreams, not expecting Pete to recognize it from a movie.
4th Jan '12 3:26:58 AM LawaClato
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** Maybe they all watched it together, having been fooled by the trailer into thinking it was a kid's film?
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** Maybe they all watched it together, having been fooled by the trailer into thinking it was a kid's film?film? *** Firstly, if that was the case, there's no way it would have taken Pete so long to figure out the truth - he would have turned it after Captain Vidal's [[MoralEventHorizon scene with the rabbit hunters]] and Ben wouldn't have seen the Pale Man (in that viewing anyway). Secondly, Ben was trying to pass the scene off as one of his own dreams, not expecting Pete to recognize it from a movie.
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