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1st Apr '16 3:07:14 PM Morgenthaler
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* Also in "The Devil Came Back to Georgia," we learn that Johnny now has a baby boy. It's possible that the ultimate goal of EvilPlan was to get two souls, not just one. (Or even three; it's not stated in the song who the child's mother is or whether she's married to Johnny.) And if ''{{Reaper}}'' is to be believed, parents can sell, bargain, or wager away their children's souls without the consent or even knowledge of the child.

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* Also in "The Devil Came Back to Georgia," we learn that Johnny now has a baby boy. It's possible that the ultimate goal of EvilPlan was to get two souls, not just one. (Or even three; it's not stated in the song who the child's mother is or whether she's married to Johnny.) And if ''{{Reaper}}'' ''Series/{{Reaper}}'' is to be believed, parents can sell, bargain, or wager away their children's souls without the consent or even knowledge of the child.
12th Feb '16 3:11:08 PM Morgenthaler
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The "this" in "[[HammerMan U Can't Touch This]]" is entirely unrelated. We're not sure about the "it" in "[[NewKidsOnTheBlock (You Got It) The Right Stuff]]".

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The "this" in "[[HammerMan "[[Music/MCHammer U Can't Touch This]]" is entirely unrelated. We're not sure about the "it" in "[[NewKidsOnTheBlock (You Got It) The Right Stuff]]".
22nd Dec '15 9:18:31 PM PrincessTogezo
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[[WMG: In Don Henley's "The Boys of Summer", the Cadillac's owner wasn't a Deadhead.]]
All we know is that the sticker was on the Cadillac. Maybe someone else (whether a Deadhead or otherwise), due to being drunk or just thinking it would be funny, put the sticker on the car without the owner realizing it. Either the owner never saw it, or they did see it but didn't remove it at first for fear of ruining the car's paint job or something.

[[WMG: The songs on Music/PeterGabriel's album ''Music/{{So}}'' tell a connected story.]]
When we first meet our protagonist, he's coming home from work and feeling very emotionally tormented for some reason ("Red Rain"). After coming home, he tries to play it cool and hide his issues from his wife, and this leads to the two making love later that night ("Sledgehammer"). Once they're done, he finds he can't hide his feelings anymore, and confesses his problem to his wife: he got laid off. His wife encourages him to find a new job ("Don't Give Up"); the next day, he starts looking for one, but deep down, he has many doubts about whether he'll be able to stay in it ("That Voice Again").

A small amount of time passes, and by the time we see him again, he's afraid that he might lose his mind like someone he read about in the news ("Mercy Street"); fortunately for him, however, he soon gets accepted into a new job. He spends the rest of the day celebrating this ("Big Time"), but that night, he has a nightmare about things not going well ("We Do What We're Told (Milgram's 37)"). On his first day of work, he goes through the day with uncertainty ("This is the Picture (Excellent Birds)"). When he arrives home, he reveals to his wife that the day went well, and he thanks her for helping him feel better ("In Your Eyes"). [[note]]Though, if you instead want to go by the original album order, "In Your Eyes" could instead be another point where his wife is giving him confidence about what's to come, and the album's story ends on an inconclusive note at "This is the Picture (Excellent Birds)", without it being revealed if the day went well or not.[[/note]]
13th Dec '15 6:03:27 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer is a [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} Mutant]]]]

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[[WMG: Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer is a [[Franchise/{{X-Men}} [[Franchise/XMen Mutant]]]]
2nd Dec '15 11:43:41 AM dreamofwritting
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[[TwoWordsObviousTrope Two Words]]: Tang Rain.

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[[TwoWordsObviousTrope Two Words]]: Words: Tang Rain.
14th Nov '15 2:37:57 PM nombretomado
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* Therefore, Regina Spektor is a self-insert of God. Who is a 13-year old girl. Who is also RobinWilliams. Who is [[Franchise/MetalGear Revolver Ocelot]]. Who was...''Russian.'' With a ''spectre'' for a father and a warrior ''queen'' for a mother... it all makes sense.

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* Therefore, Regina Spektor is a self-insert of God. Who is a 13-year old girl. Who is also RobinWilliams.Creator/RobinWilliams. Who is [[Franchise/MetalGear Revolver Ocelot]]. Who was...''Russian.'' With a ''spectre'' for a father and a warrior ''queen'' for a mother... it all makes sense.
5th Nov '15 5:07:25 PM nombretomado
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* "Just like [[RanmaOneHalf Ranma]] you're the better half of me." Ranma hated his genderbending.

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* "Just like [[RanmaOneHalf [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Ranma]] you're the better half of me." Ranma hated his genderbending.
31st Oct '15 11:23:17 PM nombretomado
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** It's possible he really ''is'' [[QuantumLeap Al]], and after Samuel Beckett never managed to return on his own, he was sent back when trying to tinker with Ziggy didn't quite turn out as planned.

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** It's possible he really ''is'' [[QuantumLeap [[Series/QuantumLeap Al]], and after Samuel Beckett never managed to return on his own, he was sent back when trying to tinker with Ziggy didn't quite turn out as planned.
8th Oct '15 4:09:32 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The main character of [[NineInchNails The Downward Spiral]] is a [[JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac waste lock]].]]

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[[WMG: The main character of [[NineInchNails The Downward Spiral]] is a [[JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac [[ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac waste lock]].]]
3rd Oct '15 9:27:48 AM nombretomado
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* And, finally, the phrase "RedRightHand" itself is from ''ParadiseLost'', where it refers explicitly to the vengeful hand of God. Look at the bullet point directly above - what kind of plan would a vengeful deity design and direct? The liner notes to ''Murder Ballads'', another album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (''Red Right Hand'' originally comes from their previous album, ''Let Love In''), erroneously identify the phrase as referring to Satan (it appears in ''Song of Joy'' on that album, but it's only mentioned once); but hey, this is WildMassGuessing. That particular note is a deliberate RedHerring.

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* And, finally, the phrase "RedRightHand" itself is from ''ParadiseLost'', ''Literature/ParadiseLost'', where it refers explicitly to the vengeful hand of God. Look at the bullet point directly above - what kind of plan would a vengeful deity design and direct? The liner notes to ''Murder Ballads'', another album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (''Red Right Hand'' originally comes from their previous album, ''Let Love In''), erroneously identify the phrase as referring to Satan (it appears in ''Song of Joy'' on that album, but it's only mentioned once); but hey, this is WildMassGuessing. That particular note is a deliberate RedHerring.
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