Talk:Igor (film)

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Just wanted to explain some edits I made, to avoid clogging up the edit summary.

Whether one agrees that this description applies to George Bush, it is undeniably something that his critics have alleged. I got rid of this because it doesn't belong in the article, it seems to be someone making commentary to justify the previous statement.

More directly, at one point Dr. Schadenfreude says to Igor, "You're either with us or against us," something Bush famously said in a press conference. Actually, Shadenfreude said "you're either with me or against me". My edit is more accurate, but a little clumsy, cleanup would be appreciated.

After the climax, a TV reporter asks Igor about his plans for the new administration, and what he will do to correct the abuses of the previous administration. Uh... no, Cristall asked if pants would be as uncomfortable and expensive as during the previous administration. Yes, the purpose of this gag was probably what the above statement alleges, but it's not quite what he said, and drawing a conclusion from it would be speculative. Baleted! (talk) 19:06, 27 January 2009 (UTC)