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Old 05-02-2012, 10:32 PM   #151
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I'd watch the hell out of "The Eaton and Musgrove Power Hour," for the record.

But more importantly: don't ever make me consider going through an entire post and editing it to be typed out normally, rather than in all caps, again.

Oh, and Stoo: let's stipulate that you're right about what a spinoff is and never hear of that again either?
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Old 05-03-2012, 03:32 AM   #152
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I'd watch the hell out of "The Eaton and Musgrove Power Hour," for the record.
Ha! Imagine the opening: Musgrove stands over a teletype machine, anxiously awaiting a message, while Eaton comfortably leans back in his chair, eatin' a ham sandwich. The message comes through, Musgrove reads it aloud and Eaton drops his sandwich. They both grab their briefcases, run out the door, jump into a shiny, black, Cadillac coupe and tear off down the street. (Punchy brass & percussion for the theme tune.) "The Eaton & Musgrove Power Hour!"
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Oh, and Stoo: let's stipulate that you're right about what a spinoff is and never hear of that again either?
Our Friendly Neighbourhood Professor has spoken.
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PEOPLE SAY SPIN OFF FOR EVERYTHING, SCREW THE DICTIONARY!!!
Yeah, "SCREW THE DICTIONARY!!!". Great advice!
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WHERE DO YOU GET OFF TELLING ME WHAT THE "POINT" IS...
I DIDN'T *TELL YOU* WHAT THE "POINT" IS. I ASKED YOU QUESTIONS ABOUT IT.

Anyway, HJTHX1138, let's not make this conversation SPIN OFF in another direction. You didn't answer my query: If finding an alien skull in 1957 WASN'T "the last thing he ever did...EVAR", then why would you want to go backwards in the timeline with a reboot set in the 1930s?
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Exactly!! I am a major supporter of seeing Indy's adventures in his later years. I think this is a facinating part and stage of the Indiana Jones character. I want more!! There is still so much they can do and explore!!
Quite right, Rivers. There's no need (or reason) for a 'reboot' while Harrison is still alive.
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Old 05-03-2012, 06:30 AM   #153
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What planet do you live on?
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Old 05-03-2012, 03:41 PM   #154
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Anyway, HJTHX1138, let's not make this conversation SPIN OFF in another direction. You didn't answer my query: If finding an alien skull in 1957 WASN'T "the last thing he ever did...EVAR", then why would you want to go backwards in the timeline with a reboot set in the 1930s?

What does that have to do with an animated series? Your just ****ing with me now.
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:34 PM   #155
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I've got one thing to say: There's a feature called 'Ignore'. Sometimes I wish I could use it myself, but due to my position, I really can't.

But those of you who do... well, figure it out.
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:13 AM   #156
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What planet do you live on?
A blue planet, comfortably close to our sun and billions of miles away from Uranus.
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What does that have to do with an animated series? Your just ****ing with me now.
It's an attempt to get the conversation back on-topic. (Didn't think that was too difficult to figure out.) I'm trying to understand the logic behind your statements regarding a reboot but, for some reason, you're not answering.

For the 3rd time now: Why do you want to see a reboot set in the '30s if you think that Indy's adventures "never ended" and the events in Indy 4 weren't the "last thing he ever did"?
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:14 PM   #157
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I would love personally if they did Indy 5 (just cant accept the idea of seeing Harrison once more with the fedora ) and afterwards to do a reboot, either for TV series, cartoon (Clone wars style), or even a change of actor for the movies James bond style. The idea of Indy is just a franchise which i think could be very well exploited given a decent choice of actor and plot.

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Old 05-07-2012, 06:45 PM   #158
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[quote=Stoo]A blue planet, comfortably close to our sun and billions of miles away from Uranus.

I love well placed toilet humour!
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