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1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com)


On Apr 11, 1996 04:48:46 in article <Garbled Word>, 'vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic33@usa.pipeline.com)' wrote: >I watched "Through a Lens Darkly" again on video with a friend of mine >tonight. > >We rewound and replayed the scene five or six times, where the hypno-dude >asks Tom for the negatives at the end of the episode, and Tom says: > >"I don't have them with me." Then hypno-dude says: > >"Are they in your PIE?" > >We listened to this at least 5 times and can't figure out what he's saying. >It sounds like PIE or POT. What the hell did he say?!?!?! "Are the negatives in your chicken pot pie?" -Alan Tucker-

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (panurge@images.win.net)


>We rewound and replayed the scene five or six times, where the hypno-dude >asks Tom for the negatives at the end of the episode, and Tom says: > >"I don't have them with me." Then hypno-dude says: > >"Are they in your PIE?" I replayed the scene several times as well. I feel like he said, "Are they nearby?" James ------------------------------------------------------ Images and Words Internet Presence for Printing Professionals http://www.win.net/images panurge@images.win.net Home of the Printers Bid Shop and the Internet Printers Registry -----------------------------------------------------

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (puddintame@aol.com)


The line is "Are they nearby?" heh..."Are they in your PIE?"...heh heh heh Actually, THAT line will be used in the episode "Marathon" in a scene where Tom is tortured by a nazi dentist.

1996-04-11 00:00:00 - Garbled Word - (vic33@usa.pipeline.com)


I watched "Through a Lens Darkly" again on video with a friend of mine tonight. We rewound and replayed the scene five or six times, where the hypno-dude asks Tom for the negatives at the end of the episode, and Tom says: "I don't have them with me." Then hypno-dude says: "Are they in your PIE?" We listened to this at least 5 times and can't figure out what he's saying. It sounds like PIE or POT. What the hell did he say?!?!?! If Larry is here: was this intentionally written to be indecipherable? -- Vic33@usa.pipeline.com http://pwp.usa.pipeline.com/~vic33/ **** FIGHT CENSORSHIP ON THE INTERNET**** ---->>>> WATCH UPNs "NOWHERE MAN"!! <<<<---- Visit the PDX.MOVIES newsgroup!

1996-04-12 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (Steve Chenault <SChenault@worldnet.att.net>)


vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic33@usa.pipeline.com) wrote: >I watched "Through a Lens Darkly" again on video with a friend of mine >tonight. > >We rewound and replayed the scene five or six times, where the hypno-dude >asks Tom for the negatives at the end of the episode, and Tom says: > >"I don't have them with me." Then hypno-dude says: > >"Are they in your PIE?" I'm pretty sure he asked, "Are they nearby?"

1996-04-12 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (vic33@usa.pipeline.com)


On Apr 11, 1996 12:41:28 in article <Re: Garbled Word>, 'porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com()' wrote: >"Are the negatives in your chicken pot pie?" > ---->>>> Larry sent me a private e-mail revealing the actual scripted lines as follows: Tom: "I don't have them with me" Hypno-Dude: "Are they in your box of Pork Matzohs?" Sloppy soundtrack editing resulted in the garbled phrase. -- Vic33@usa.pipeline.com http://pwp.usa.pipeline.com/~vic33/ **** FIGHT CENSORSHIP ON THE INTERNET**** ---->>>> WATCH UPNs "NOWHERE MAN"!! <<<<---- Visit the PDX.MOVIES newsgroup!

1996-04-12 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com)


On Apr 12, 1996 04:34:44 in article <Re: Garbled Word>, 'vic33@usa.pipeline.com' wrote: >On Apr 11, 1996 12:41:28 in article <Re: Garbled Word>, >'porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com()' wrote: > >>"Are the negatives in your chicken pot pie?" >> >---->>>> Larry sent me a private e-mail revealing the actual scripted lines >as follows: > >Tom: "I don't have them with me" > >Hypno-Dude: "Are they in your box of Pork Matzohs?" > >Sloppy soundtrack editing resulted in the garbled phrase. >

1996-04-12 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com)


On Apr 12, 1996 04:34:44 in article <Re: Garbled Word>, 'vic33@usa.pipeline.com' wrote: >On Apr 11, 1996 12:41:28 in article <Re: Garbled Word>, >'porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com()' wrote: > >>"Are the negatives in your chicken pot pie?" >> >---->>>> Larry sent me a private e-mail revealing the actual scripted lines >as follows: > >Tom: "I don't have them with me" > >Hypno-Dude: "Are they in your box of Pork Matzohs?" > >Sloppy soundtrack editing resulted in the garbled phrase. >

1996-04-13 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (Andrew_Perry@Brown.edu)


In article <4kiulo$geo@news1.h1.usa.pipeline.com>, porkmatzoh@usa.pipeline.com() wrote: >On Apr 11, 1996 04:48:46 in article <Garbled Word>, >'vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic33@usa.pipeline.com)' wrote: > > >>I watched "Through a Lens Darkly" again on video with a friend of mine >>tonight. >> >>We rewound and replayed the scene five or six times, where the hypno-dude >>asks Tom for the negatives at the end of the episode, and Tom says: >> >>"I don't have them with me." Then hypno-dude says: >> >>"Are they in your PIE?" >> >>We listened to this at least 5 times and can't figure out what he's >saying. >>It sounds like PIE or POT. What the hell did he say?!?!?! He said, "Are they nearby?" -- Andy Perry We search before and after, Brown University We pine for what is not. English Department Our sincerest laughter Andrew_Perry@brown.edu OR With some pain is fraught. st001914@brownvm.bitnet -- Shelley, d'apres Horace Rumpole

1996-04-14 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (wb6w@netcom.com)


My newsreader claims that psf12@terminus.com wrote: : PuddinTame wrote: : > : > : > "Are they nearby?" : > : > heh..."Are they in your PIE?"...heh heh heh : > : > Actually, THAT line will be used in the episode "Marathon" in a scene : > where Tom is tortured by a nazi dentist. : When does "Marathon" come on? I hope Tom doesn't get to hurt when he is : tortured. BTW, when will Tom have time to go to the dentist and get on a : dental plan ect? : How do you know all about "Marathon"? Do you work for NwM? duh... ever see a flick called "Marathon man"? -- ********************************************************************* * "Two wrongs don't make a right, but three lefts do." * * * * wb6w@netcom.com - Glenn Thomas * *********************************************************************

1996-04-14 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (psf12@terminus.com)


PuddinTame wrote: > > > "Are they nearby?" > > heh..."Are they in your PIE?"...heh heh heh > > Actually, THAT line will be used in the episode "Marathon" in a scene > where Tom is tortured by a nazi dentist. When does "Marathon" come on? I hope Tom doesn't get to hurt when he is tortured. BTW, when will Tom have time to go to the dentist and get on a dental plan ect? How do you know all about "Marathon"? Do you work for NwM?

1996-04-14 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - (puddintame@aol.com)


psf12 said: >" I hope Tom doesn't get to hurt when he is tortured. BTW, when will Tom have >time to go to the dentist and get on a dental plan ect? How do you know all >about "Marathon"? Do you work for NwM?" This was a joke. It's a reference to the Dustin Hoffman movie "Marathon Man".

1996-04-17 00:00:00 - Re: Garbled Word - ('Tbone' T Fraser <tfraser@u.washington.edu>)


On 12 Apr 1996, Steve Chenault wrote: > vic33@usa.pipeline.com(Vic33@usa.pipeline.com) wrote: > >I watched "Through a Lens Darkly" again on video with a friend of mine > >tonight. > > > >We rewound and replayed the scene five or six times, where the hypno-dude > >asks Tom for the negatives at the end of the episode, and Tom says: > > > >"I don't have them with me." Then hypno-dude says: > > > >"Are they in your PIE?" > > I'm pretty sure he asked, "Are they nearby?" > > Sounded more like "Tommy, don't cry!" Tommy (180 miles from Nowhere.....Man)