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* The film's final scene as well, for showing how Ed and Bud have moved on from their initial mutual loathing to becoming FireForgedFriends.

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* The film's final scene as well, for showing how Ed and Bud have moved on from their initial mutual loathing to becoming FireForgedFriends.FireForgedFriends.
** And the fact that Lynn is going home, with Bud. "The girls in Bisbee need some glamour in their lives."


* The film's final scene as well, for showing how Ed amd Bud have moved on from their initial mutual loathing to becoming FireForgedFriends.

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* The film's final scene as well, for showing how Ed amd and Bud have moved on from their initial mutual loathing to becoming FireForgedFriends.


-->'''Ed''': I'll get [[spoiler: Dudley]]. I swear I'll get [[spoiler: Dudley]]. Thanks for the push. You were my redemption.

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-->'''Ed''': I'll get [[spoiler: Dudley]]. I swear I'll get [[spoiler: Dudley]]. Thanks for the push. You were my redemption.redemption.
* The film's final scene as well, for showing how Ed amd Bud have moved on from their initial mutual loathing to becoming FireForgedFriends.

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** This arguably makes Jack's [[spoiler: [[TearJerker death in the book]] harder to take than in the film]]


-->"I know you're wondering, so I'll tell you. You talked in your sleep. I know the worst I can possibly know, and I don't care. We never have to discuss it. Captain Exley heard you and I don't think he cares either. (He's not as bad as you said he was.)"

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-->"I know you're wondering, so I'll tell you. You talked in your sleep. I know the worst I can possibly know, and I don't care. We never have to discuss it. Captain Exley heard you and I don't think he cares either. (He's not as bad as you said he was.)")"
* The final scene at the end of the book, when Bud and Lynn are leaving for Arizona and saying goodbye to Ed.
-->'''Ed''': I'll get [[spoiler: Dudley]]. I swear I'll get [[spoiler: Dudley]]. Thanks for the push. You were my redemption.


* In the book, Jack realizes that he may have confessed his accidentally killing a young couple to his wife after being forcibly stoned by a suspect. He comes home to an empty house and a letter that he assumes is her telling him she's leaving. Instead, it reveals that he did tell her, but she doesn't care, and has booked them a vacation in Hawaii where they can salvage their relationship.

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* In the book, Jack realizes that he may have confessed his accidentally killing a young couple to his wife after being forcibly stoned by a suspect. He comes home to an empty house and a letter that he assumes is her telling him she's leaving. Instead, it reveals that he did tell her, but she doesn't care, and has booked them a vacation in Hawaii where they can salvage their relationship.relationship.
-->"I know you're wondering, so I'll tell you. You talked in your sleep. I know the worst I can possibly know, and I don't care. We never have to discuss it. Captain Exley heard you and I don't think he cares either. (He's not as bad as you said he was.)"

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