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For the Film:

  • Actor Allusion: The stripper named Noelle is played by Nikki Fritz, a B-movie actress known for her many appearances in straight-to-cable softcore erotic films. But before that, she was an actual stripper who worked at a club in the Hollywood area.
  • Star-Making Role: This was Timothy Olyphant's first opportunity to shine.

For the Tabletop Game:

  • Name's the Same: When a stone is surrounded by opposing stones on all but one side, it is said to be in Atari.
    • This game was actually the inspiration behind the name in the first place. Additionally, after Atari split into two companies, the arcade company (Atari Games) established a console division called "Tengen", which is also a Go term note . Nolan Bushnell (the original founder) even went on to acquire a company that he eventually renamed after another Go term: "Sente"note  (which became a division of Ballynote )


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