Talk:2001: A Space Travesty
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Have you noticed that the First Line that Dix says was referencing Osama bin Laden, even though the movie was made in 2000 (before 9/11)?! I've just watched it for the first time, so I find it kinda weird!
"It was one of those days you never forget. I'd arrested Osmond Bin Laden at a Lakers-Knicks game. Now I was back in D. C. on the QT making my way asap to the HQ when I heard the APB: -All available units to big joes, hostage situation, armed terrorists."
And Of course the "Arab Terrorists" order a "plane" afterwards!! "I'm ordering one car and one plane. -One plain what? -One plain plane. With pilot."