Director: Now, we’ve had to… um… get kind of creative with your approach. We can’t have you connected in any way because if say, for instance if you rappel down and the rope touches the crystal it could travel up here and we could lose the base. So we’ve cast a levitation charm on these gondolas, are we’re kinda gonna need to… just sorta… hurl you down there.
Director: Yeah, we’re gonna like- well, I’m not going to do it, Avi’s going to do it, but we’re just going to kinda push you off? And angle you? And then just kinda do like a… like we’re throwing a lawn dart.
Director: I would be lying if I said this was the safest thing…
Magnus: I’m on board with it.
Merle: Has OSHA cleared this?
Director: Absolutely not. But we’ve only got- about 36 minutes left, so-
Although the characters in the show often drive illegally (underage/without a license) as well as erratically due to magic adventures, getting revenge against jerks named Kevin or chasing pink haired babes on motorcycles, I appreciate the message of always wearing your seat belt.
Sour cream: There is nothing lame about seatbelt safety.
I think people are forgetting how well Silver played everyone in 405
Even though we knew he would never betray Flint we were actually convinced that he was going to. Why? Because Silver can act. Better than we ever thought he could. Yet Hands, Billy, the crew AND the audience are still underestimating him in this situation now
Silver told Billy to kill Flint in 405
Now he’s telling 6 men to go kill him in 408
Events are being repeated like they have been throughout this season yet people are STILL believing what is being fed to them
And look.. we know there is going to be some sort of twist. It’s what will make it, as Luke said, his ‘favourite written episode’. We’ve always been right about how important Flint and Silver are to each other. Don’t let this fool you. Don’t be like Billy and fall into the trap of thinking it was that easy to turn them against each other. He has underestimated their relationship again. Just like he underestimated it before.
In the first film, sixty-three clocks can be seen, including one digital, and one that shows Harold Lloyd hanging from a clock tower from Safety Last, foreshadowing the events later in the film. Initially, they all read 7:53 a.m., just before Marty enters, except for the one closest to the box of plutonium that had the correct time of 8:18.