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* My theory as to why the Inspector didn't tell Angel was because he knew there was something fishy about Popwell's disappearance, and he decided to pull a bit of a Batman Gambit, if you will: Keep Angel in the dark, keeping him from having a tainted view of the village, and get a detailed explanation.


[[WMG: The only reason why the NWA kept Michael around was only to look inclusive.]]

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[[WMG: The only reason why the NWA kept Michael around was only to look inclusive.]]
[[WMG: Everyone actually [[spoiler: died from the naval mine detonation in the ending]].
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* One problem, though; sending an officer essentially undercover to investigate a potentially lethal conspiracy possibly involving fellow officers without ''actually telling him what's up'' is, at the very least, incredibly negligent.


Irene wanted to move away from Sandford, she was depressed and she recognized that her "dedication" to the Best Village competition was actually hurting her mental health, the NWA (at the time didn't contain Inspector Butterman) 1) didn't want some other village stealing Irenes talent, and 2) her taking away their friendly and charming Inspector, so, when they Gypsies moved in they had their excuse, as Irene was still "dedicated" to the Village comptetition, one last Win before leaving, driving home one night the NWA killed her, staged it to look like a suicide, which the NWA used to convince Inspector Butterman to join their crusade.

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Irene wanted to move away from Sandford, she was depressed and she recognized that her "dedication" to the Best Village competition was actually hurting her mental health, the NWA (at the time didn't contain Inspector Butterman) 1) didn't want some other village stealing Irenes talent, and 2) her taking away their friendly and charming Inspector, so, when they Gypsies moved in they had their excuse, as Irene was still "dedicated" to the Village comptetition, one last Win before leaving, driving home one night the NWA killed her, staged it to look like a suicide, which the NWA used to convince Inspector Butterman to join their crusade.crusade.

[[WMG: The only reason why the NWA kept Michael around was only to look inclusive.]]


[[WMG: Popwell was sent to Sanford like Angel was, only to be killed because he told Frank about what was happening.]]

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[[WMG: Popwell was sent to Sanford like Angel was, only to be killed because he told Frank about what was happening.]]]]

[[WMG: The NWA killed Irene Butterman]]
Irene wanted to move away from Sandford, she was depressed and she recognized that her "dedication" to the Best Village competition was actually hurting her mental health, the NWA (at the time didn't contain Inspector Butterman) 1) didn't want some other village stealing Irenes talent, and 2) her taking away their friendly and charming Inspector, so, when they Gypsies moved in they had their excuse, as Irene was still "dedicated" to the Village comptetition, one last Win before leaving, driving home one night the NWA killed her, staged it to look like a suicide, which the NWA used to convince Inspector Butterman to join their crusade.


** That's actually a very good theory.
** It would explain why they want Nick back at the end and why he gets the call from London that he never replied to.

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** * That's actually a very good theory.
** * It would explain why they want Nick back at the end and why he gets the call from London that he never replied to.
* Building on this, The reason the Inspector didn't just outright tell Angel his reasons for sending Angel to Sandford... Popwell, The Inspector sent him first, it's implied that Popwell was an investigator on par with Angel,and just as serious, and he figured it all out, but unlike Angel, Popwell was getting on in years and didn't bond with Danny like Angel did, but also like Angel, Didn't suspect Frank, so when he brought his findings to Frank, he was easily killed, prompting the Inspector to send Angel, but not telling Angel why, so Sandford would think the Metropolitan Police didn't suspect anything, and so that Angel wouldn't let slip to Frank why he was there, as the Inspector suspected that Popwells disappearance had to do with a mole within Sandford Police Service, Angel came up with the exact same conclusions as Popwell, but was younger, fitter and had bonded with Danny which gave him, luckily, an ally to be fake killed by and return.


[[WMG: Pomwell was sent to Sanford like Angel was, only to be killed because he told Frank about what was happening.]]

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[[WMG: Pomwell Popwell was sent to Sanford like Angel was, only to be killed because he told Frank about what was happening.]]


[[WMG: After the events of Hot Fuzz, Lurch was sent to Broadmoor.]]

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[[WMG: After the events of Hot Fuzz, Lurch was sent to Broadmoor.]]

[[WMG: Pomwell was sent to Sanford like Angel was, only to be killed because he told Frank about what was happening.
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** And to add to the hilarity, The Crimson Bolt will assist Nicholas and Danny in taking down Brandon Breyer.

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** And to add to the hilarity, The Crimson Bolt will assist Nicholas and Danny in taking down Brandon Breyer.Breyer.

[[WMG: After the events of Hot Fuzz, Lurch was sent to Broadmoor.]]


** And to add to the hilarity, The Crimson Bolt will assist Nicholas and Danny take down Brandon Breyer.

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** And to add to the hilarity, The Crimson Bolt will assist Nicholas and Danny take in taking down Brandon Breyer.


* To make matters worse, the NWA escapes prison and gains superpowers of their own.

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* To make matters worse, the NWA escapes prison and gains superpowers of their own.own.
** And to add to the hilarity, The Crimson Bolt will assist Nicholas and Danny take down Brandon Breyer.


They knew the NWA were murdering people but couldn't prove anything, so they would commit their own rebellious acts. But they kept their faces hidden since the NWA couldn't just murder every teenager in town, which is why the always look so hidden and mysterious.

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They knew the NWA were murdering people but couldn't prove anything, so they would commit their own rebellious acts. But they kept their faces hidden since the NWA couldn't just murder every teenager in town, which is why the always look so hidden and mysterious.mysterious.

[[WMG: Hot Fuzz is set in the same universe at Brightburn.]]
And Nicholas and Danny will use guns, shells, bullets, and explosives made out of Brandon's Kryptonite expy to battle Brandon.
* To make matters worse, the NWA escapes prison and gains superpowers of their own.



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** It would explain why they want Nick back at the end and why he gets the call from London that he never replied to.


Although it is implied that Doris spouted sexual innuendos even before Nicholas was a member of the Sanford Police Service, she does walk towards Angel with a flirtatious smile on her face, stands incredibly close to Angel face-to-face, and to top it all off she uses her best sexy voice towards Angel all at the exact same time in the scene where she is introduced to Angel, as though she was flirting with him (or at least was trying to).

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Although it is implied that Doris spouted sexual innuendos even before Nicholas was a member of the Sanford Police Service, she does walk towards Angel with a flirtatious smile on her face, stands incredibly close to Angel face-to-face, and to top it all off she uses her best sexy voice towards Angel all at the exact same time in the scene where she is introduced to Angel, as though she was flirting with him (or at least was trying to).to).

[[WMG: The teenage hoodlums were aware of the NWA]]
They knew the NWA were murdering people but couldn't prove anything, so they would commit their own rebellious acts. But they kept their faces hidden since the NWA couldn't just murder every teenager in town, which is why the always look so hidden and mysterious.


Frank states that he'd "never seen such dedication" when she threw herself into the Village of the Year competiton. Though we know next to nothing about her, it seems it was rather sudden and unusual for her to throw herself wholeheartedly into the work, and for her to kill herself upon one failure, suggests that she was staking her wellbeing on one thing, to the point of obsession.

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Frank states that he'd "never seen such dedication" when she threw herself into the Village of the Year competiton. Though we know next to nothing about her, it seems it was rather sudden and unusual for her to throw herself wholeheartedly into the work, and for her to kill herself upon one failure, suggests that she was staking her wellbeing on one thing, to the point of obsession.obsession.

[[WMG: Doris Thatcher and Nicholas Angel would have been a couple had there been sequels]]
Although it is implied that Doris spouted sexual innuendos even before Nicholas was a member of the Sanford Police Service, she does walk towards Angel with a flirtatious smile on her face, stands incredibly close to Angel face-to-face, and to top it all off she uses her best sexy voice towards Angel all at the exact same time in the scene where she is introduced to Angel, as though she was flirting with him (or at least was trying to).

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