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* In the same scene, he begins mumbling something incoherent about the EternalRecurrance and Rust identifies it as Nietzsche, and tells him to shut up.

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* In the same scene, he begins mumbling something incoherent about the EternalRecurrance EternalRecurrence and Rust identifies it as Nietzsche, and tells him to shut up.



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* A SerialKiller keeps his [[Film/{{Psycho}} mummified dad around]], who used to be an AbusiveParent.



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* [[http://www.unnecessaryg.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/TD-s01-1.mkv_snapshot_25.52_2014.05.07_05.25.19.jpg This]] shot of Maggie sleeping in her bed is suspiciously similar to the memorable [[https://kelamun.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/lit1.jpg opening shot]] of ''Film/LostInTranslation''.


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* The Tuttle family name is a hint that [[{{Brazil}} they're all in this together.]]

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* The Tuttle family name is a hint that [[{{Brazil}} [[Film/{{Brazil}} they're all in this together.]]



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* The Tuttle family name is a hint that [[{{Brazil}} they're all in this together.]]



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* Cohle's line "L'Chaim, Fatass." is reference to a line uttered to ComicBook/The Kingpin by his former consigliere as FamousLastWords in an issue of {{ComicBook/Daredevil}} by Creator/BrianMichaelBendis.

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* Cohle's line "L'Chaim, Fatass." is reference to a line uttered to ComicBook/The Kingpin ComicBook/TheKingpin by his former consigliere as FamousLastWords in an issue of {{ComicBook/Daredevil}} by Creator/BrianMichaelBendis.



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* Cohle's line "L'Chaim, Fatass." is reference to a line uttered to ComicBook/The Kingpin by his former consigliere as FamousLastWords in an issue of {{ComicBook/Daredevil}} by Creator/BrianMichaelBendis.


* The faded pink children's towel that Reggie Ledoux wears around his waist when he's captured is from ''MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. It's possible that he got it from one of his captives. It's probably not an intentional example, given that the show [[AnachronismStew didn't even exist in 1995]].

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* The faded pink children's towel that Reggie Ledoux wears around his waist when he's captured is from ''MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. It's possible that he got it from one of his captives. It's probably not an intentional example, given that the show [[AnachronismStew didn't even exist in 1995]].1995.



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* Woodrugh's fiancee and mother watch ''Film/SplendorInTheGrass'' in their motel room.


* Velcoro's [[spoiler: near-death experience]] has overtones of David Lynch, particularly Series/{{TwinPeaks}}.

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* Velcoro's [[spoiler: near-death experience]] has overtones of David Lynch, particularly Series/{{TwinPeaks}}.
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* Velcoro's [[spoiler: near-death experience]] has overtones of [[Creator/DavidLynch]], particularly [[Series/TwinPeaks]].

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* Velcoro's [[spoiler: near-death experience]] has overtones of [[Creator/DavidLynch]], David Lynch, particularly [[Series/TwinPeaks]].
Series/{{TwinPeaks}}.


* Velcoro admits he isn't exactly ''Series/{{Columbo}}''.

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* Velcoro admits he isn't exactly ''Series/{{Columbo}}''. Frank later asks if he's supposed to wait for Velcoro to pull a [[Series/TheRockfordFiles Rockford]].




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* Velcoro's [[spoiler: near-death experience]] has overtones of [[Creator/DavidLynch]], particularly [[Series/TwinPeaks]].



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* Several concepts (The Yellow King, Carcosa etc.) are named in homage to ''Literature/TheKingInYellow''.




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\n* Frank Semyon's plot to surreptitiously buy up land in order to profit when it is later bought by the government is a common one in Los Angeles noir stories, appearing in both ''{{Film/Chinatown}}'' and ''{{VideoGame/LA Noire}}''.

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