History NightmareFuel / KafkaOnTheShore

1st Dec '13 12:50:18 AM lameasskid
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** AND [[spoiler: Nakata admits to Hoshino that he killed Johnnie Walker.]]

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** AND [[spoiler: Nakata admits to Hoshino that he killed Johnnie Walker.]]]]
* The scene with the "worm-creature" is enough to send chills down anyone's spine.
2nd Apr '13 7:33:59 AM SalmonPunch
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* The scene with Nakata and the cat killer, [[spoiler "Johnnie Walker"]], which might qualify as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment as what transpired is never mentioned in detail again.

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* The scene with Nakata and the cat killer, [[spoiler "Johnnie Walker"]], [[spoiler: Johnnie Walker]], which might qualify as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment as what transpired is never mentioned in detail again.
21st Mar '13 7:50:20 AM SalmonPunch
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* The scene with Nakata and the cat killer, "Johnnie Walker", which might qualify as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment as it is never mentioned again.
** Actually, though the event itself is not mentioned again, [[spoiler:Johnnie Walker]] appears again toward the end of the novel in the mini-chapter The Boy Named Crow. [[spoiler: He has apparently completed his flute made of cat souls, and Crow is helpless to stop him no matter how horribly he can disfigure the "man", because he's already dead.]] "Johnnie Walker" may possibly have been the evil worm-being trying to get into the Entrance Stone. It might not qualify as a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment BLAM]], but it's still bizarre.
** In addition, the event has some bearing on the other plotline involving Kafka.

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* The scene with Nakata and the cat killer, [[spoiler "Johnnie Walker", Walker"]], which might qualify as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment as it what transpired is never mentioned in detail again.
** Actually, though the event itself is not mentioned again, [[spoiler:Johnnie Walker]] appears again toward the end of the novel in the mini-chapter The Boy Named Crow. [[spoiler: He has apparently completed his flute made of cat souls, and Crow is helpless to stop him no matter how horribly he can disfigure the "man", because he's already dead.]] "Johnnie Walker" may possibly have been the evil worm-being trying to get into the Entrance Stone. It might not qualify as a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment BLAM]], but it's still bizarre.
bizarre.]]
** In addition, the event has some bearing on the other plotline involving Kafka.Kafka.
** AND [[spoiler: Nakata admits to Hoshino that he killed Johnnie Walker.]]
2nd May '12 3:09:13 PM LongLiveHumour
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* The scene with Nakata and the cat killer, "Johnnie Walker", which might qualify as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment as it is never mentioned again.
** Actually, though the event itself is not mentioned again, [[spoiler:Johnnie Walker]] appears again toward the end of the novel in the mini-chapter The Boy Named Crow. [[spoiler: He has apparently completed his flute made of cat souls, and Crow is helpless to stop him no matter how horribly he can disfigure the "man", because he's already dead.]] "Johnnie Walker" may possibly have been the evil worm-being trying to get into the Entrance Stone. It might not qualify as a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment BLAM]], but it's still bizarre.
** In addition, the event has some bearing on the other plotline involving Kafka.
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