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* It may seem a bit weird that no one wants to discuss dreams with Scott (especially in the [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim comic book universe]]), but when you live in a world where people can travel into your dreams to spy on or kill you, it becomes understandable.

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* It may seem a bit weird that no one wants to discuss dreams with Scott (especially in the [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim comic book universe]]), but when you live in a world where people can travel into your dreams to spy on or kill you, it becomes understandable.understandable.
* If you subscribe to the theory that the video-game logic is thanks to Scott's subspace leaking into the real world, this might explain why, as when Gideon cut him, blood started to leak. [[LudicrousGibs Had Envy squashed Ramona with her own hammer...]]

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*** Except this is actually UrbanLegendOfZelda. It was never meant to be an actual ending to the film.


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*** This. When people die in the Scott Pilgrim universe they simply revive in their homes.

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** He may not be able to reconcile in killing Lee for two reasons: 1) Scott Pilgrim noticed how Lucas Lee was only acting, and that he was a genuinely good guy. [[ArcNumber 2]]) He wanted his autograph.

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* It was smart of Scott to summon a yeti against the twins’ dragon projection given that ice is super-effective against dragon.


** In other words, there's no point in having stuntmen if they aren't on-screen.

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** This is further proven by the fact that the fight with Gideon is called '''Level 7'''.


** In other words, [[StatingTheObvious there's no point in having stuntmen if they aren't on-screen]].

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** In other words, [[StatingTheObvious there's no point in having stuntmen if they aren't on-screen]].on-screen.

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** In other words, [[StatingTheObvious there's no point in having stuntmen if they aren't on-screen]].


* Scott wasn't allowed to meet Mobile until ''after'' his fight with Gideon because Scott would mistake Mobile for Gideon. And then they would have to fight.

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* Scott wasn't allowed to meet Mobile until ''after'' his fight with Gideon because Scott would mistake Mobile for Gideon. And then they would have to fight.



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* Scott wasn't allowed to meet Mobile until ''after'' his fight with Gideon because Scott would mistake Mobile for Gideon. And then they would have to fight.

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** Why do Scott and Lucas seem to get along? Probably because Scott is a ''[[StealthPun two-timing asshole]]''.


*** Gideon is in [[DeadCharacterWalking Spectator Mode]].

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*** Gideon is in [[DeadCharacterWalking Spectator Mode]]. This makes more sense once you consider Gideon's body "breaking up"

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**** Gideon is in [[DeadCharacterWalking Spectator Mode]].


** It's not that he ''doesn't'' have time to think on his exact nature; he ''cant''. His comic book version explains that [[TheSociopath he has been trapped in his own mind since the day he was born]]. He's literally incapable of gaining the Power of Understanding!

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** It's not that he ''doesn't'' have time to think on his exact nature; he ''cant''.''can't''. His comic book version explains that [[TheSociopath he has been trapped in his own mind since the day he was born]]. He's literally incapable of gaining the Power of Understanding!

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** It's not that he ''doesn't'' have time to think on his exact nature; he ''cant''. His comic book version explains that [[TheSociopath he has been trapped in his own mind since the day he was born]]. He's literally incapable of gaining the Power of Understanding!

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