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Would Dr. Venture Sr.'s non-belief in ghosts be a continuity problem? It makes perfect sense for him to build the compound on an old burial ground if he takes no stock in superstitions. Granted, its been a while since I've seen the episode, so there may be a detail in the episode itself not mentioned n the article that I'm fogetting.
- N.P Gwag 16:11, 11 July 2006 (EST)
there is no mini-missle in Octopussy. Bond flies an Acro Mini-Jet. A missle chases him. I removed the error.
Brock arriving on the sub is more akin to You Only Live Twice.
nick fury agent of shield
while it did seem allot of the flashbacks came from bond there seems to be an element of nick fury agent of shield as an influence over some of the event that brock went throught as a secret agent.
- Not to mention the uniforms in the flashbacks greatly resemble SHIELD uniforms.
After reading this quote under Trivia: "Somewhat less fittingly, however, the blades emerge from the toes of the boots rather than the heels." I rewatched the scene, and both times (flashback and present) the blades come out of the heels. Please make sure you know what your talking about...
- Sorry, I was editing the article at work from memory and obviously got that wrong. Sounds like you'll never make a mistake in any of your edits, of course. - DynSkeet * Talk 12:18, 12 July 2006 (UTC)
- Dont sweat it...didn't mean to sound pissy.--Salvax 04:42, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
I watched the episode again last night and am adding to the article accordingly. One thing I noticed is that, while unclear, the "Captain Swallow" the limo guy mentions seems more likely to be the British submarine officer rather than the native girl on the island. So I'm removing the trivia item noting the history of suggestive names of Bond girls. (I didn't see a Captain Swallow in the voice credits, but I did notice "Island girl".) - DynSkeet * Talk 15:40, 12 July 2006 (UTC)
no, actually "Isalnd Girl" appears in the credits, she's voiced by the same actress as Molotov, Mia Barrron look carefully and you'll look it —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 18:21, 7 November 2007 (UTC)
I thought I saw (but didn't freeze-frame to verify) that when Brock opens the file in the limo, the picture of Hunter is backwards. You can really only tell this because "TOP SECRET" is printed along the bottom, and that's what caught my eye. Can someone confirm this? (Editing from work, where I can't watch the streamed version) - DynSkeet * Talk 18:29, 12 July 2006 (UTC)
- Finally got around to re-watching and yes, the entire screen is backwards. Will add to goofs section. - DynSkeet * Talk 17:52, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
Never mind. I had a whole question here, but it appears to be already answered. --Boradis 22:45, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
A bit much, don't you think? Can someone trim it down a bit? -th1rt3en 01:04, 27 July 2006 (UTC)
Is it just me or does the scene with Molotov exposing her breasts in Hank's hallucination more resemble the scene in American Beauty where Mena Suvari opens her shirt and roses come out than anything from Fast Times? Brakbudy 23:26, 11 May 2007 (UTC)brakbudy
"No Women, No Children"
The "connections to other episodes" section lists Brock as having hurt women in other episodes, presumably to show that Brock doesn't always follow Hunter's "no women, no children" code. But it is no killing or no hurting them? When Brock's listing off possible females that he might need to kill, I believe Hunter says "non-lethal takedown only." This implies to me that it's acceptable in his mind to hurt, just not to kill, women. Is this what other people get out of that exchange? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 21:03, 22 December 2007 (UTC)
- I agree; it should be deleted as nn and OR. Carl.bunderson (talk) 04:57, 2 April 2008 (UTC)
- The bit about the subtitles for Molotov shouting "Serpentine" should also be removed. It's very common for Adult Swim shows to have improperly subtitled dialogue. More often than not, Williams Street will submit video to the NCI with only the time codes, and not a proper script, and so the "captioneers" literally do it all by ear. It gets worse when they use their automated program to caption a video, which uses voice-recognition technology, which is still not infallible. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 04:18, 20 March 2011 (UTC)
MGS3 references misattributed
The reference "Brock is ordered to kill his former mentor (who is credited with making him a hand-to-hand combat expert) in a jungle setting." is a common plot device. One other instance is in the Turok remake, where Turok is trained (in a flashback) by Gen. Roland Kane in the art of knife-fighting, and is later ordered to kill him. Additionally, it is probably more appropriate to attribute the "Man-Missile VIII" scene to a scene in the Bond film Never Say Never Again, where Bond is launched from undersea in a Polaris-type missile, the fuselage of which breaks away to reveal Bond piloting a rocket-powered vehicle. It may be more astute to say that MGS3 references the Bond film in that manner. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 04:07, 20 March 2011 (UTC)