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dr.bender nye

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« : 07-03-2005 13:30 »

In the episode Deep South, why did they pause to say about Atlantas... Airport?
i have tried searching but found nothing or typed it wrong.
Teral

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« #1 : 07-03-2005 13:53 »

Because Umbrielle said Atlanta was famous for many, many things, besides just being a Delta Hub/having a big airport, yet she only manage to mention 2 things before she, reluctantly, have to mention the airport.
dr.bender nye

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« #2 : 07-03-2005 23:48 »

Oh that makes more sence.
Another question is whats so speacial about the magician?
DrThunder88

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« #3 : 07-04-2005 00:05 »

He was mentioned in the Donovan song (I think it's called "Atlantis" ) as one of the twelve people who left the sinking continent.  The writers either couldn't think of another Atlanta-denizen to put in the boat or wanted to reference the orgingal song.
spaulding

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« #4 : 07-04-2005 01:31 »

i thought it was just meant to be so random it made you laugh because it was pretty funny
dr.bender nye

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« #5 : 07-06-2005 11:30 »

Okay this thread will now close but not by me.
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