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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 9:18:50 AM   
Sinatra


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I'm stumped... clue?

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 9:21:23 AM   
Sinatra


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Have they all won Academy Awards apart from Bubba Smith who just spends his career making
films with Academy in the title???


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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 9:28:09 AM   
Juror Number 8


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quote:

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Have they all won Academy Awards apart from Bubba Smith who just spends his career making
films with Academy in the title???




Who mentioned Bubba Smith? I'm talking about Hightower! The difference is crucial.

It is Academy Awards related though. Sort of. But kind of not as well.

I'd give a long, boring speech on the matter, but I'm sure no-one would like that. You'll just have to figure it out yourselves.

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 9:43:07 AM   
Sinatra


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Hmmm...
Hightower never spoke did he?

Is it the they all gave embarrassingly long Oscar speeches??

Garson - Mrs Miniver
Holden - Stalag 17
Hitchcock won an honoury award in 1967 I believe?

So Hightower is the OOO for being silent?

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 9:51:22 AM   
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Holden gave a long Oscar acceptance speech? Are you sure? And I'm not sure Hitchcock's ran to more than a couple of.....

Wait, I've said too much!

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 10:51:27 AM   
Sinatra


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What's wrong with me today???
The answer must be staring at me...


Time?

Holden - 21 Hours At Munich
Hitchcock's - Half Hour

errmmmmm

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 11:02:34 AM   
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Good God man, do I have to spell it out?

Think back to your Police Academies. Think back to the scene where Guttenburg and Hightower are receiving their awards for civic bravery. Just before Guttenburg is comically fellated by a whore, try to remember Hightower's acceptance speech.

Compare and contrast his speech with those of Garson, Holden and Hitchcock's oscar speeches.

Sheesh.

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 12:37:28 PM   
Sinatra


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Over to somebody else.... been ages since I watched it...

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 12:54:19 PM   
Sinatra


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Arhh ok... Garson, Holden and Hitchcock all simply said "Thank You" and walked off the stage after receiving
their Oscars...I'm guessing that Hightower goes on for ages when he gets his?


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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 12:58:01 PM   
Sinatra


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Hold on I'm wrong... it's all coming back now...
Greer Garson holds the record for the LONGEST Oscar speech doesn't she?
So Hightowers must have been short too... making her the OOO?

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 1:23:52 PM   
Juror Number 8


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Sinatra

Hold on I'm wrong... it's all coming back now...
Greer Garson holds the record for the LONGEST Oscar speech doesn't she?
So Hightowers must have been short too... making her the OOO?


By Jove I think he's got it!

Well done sir! I thought I'd gone overboard with the clues, but apparently not!

Your prize is a little gold man on a reel of film. Please keep your speech to a 45 second maximum.

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 2:06:44 PM   
Sinatra


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I'm sorry I was so dim there....

Here's one for you!

Mr T
Orlando Bloom
Robin Williams
Peter sallis

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:03:30 PM   
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Erm.... Bloom's the only one to have played a Rentboy!

No idea.....

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:06:23 PM   
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Rabbits?

Sallis - Wallace & Gromit and Were Rabbit
Williams - Rabbit Ears

Mr T was in Not Another Teen Movie, which had "Tainted Love" by Marilyn Manson, whose video featured girls in rabbit outfits........?!???!

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:11:12 PM   
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They all played boxers except Robin Williams?

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:12:50 PM   
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quote:

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They all played boxers except Robin Williams?


Making Williams the OOO for "hook"

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:22:08 PM   
Sinatra


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Nothing close yet I'm afraid....

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:23:52 PM   
Sinatra


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quote:

Sallis - Wallace & Gromit and Were Rabbit


Now there's food for thought!

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 14/10/2005 3:29:57 PM   
Walkerboy


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Sinatra

quote:

Sallis - Wallace & Gromit and Were Rabbit


Now there's food for thought!


Hmmmm...... this could be quite convoluted then couldn't it!?

Sallist - Rabbit eats Carrots
Orlando - Legolas Greenleaf
Williams - Popeye eats Spinach
Mr T - ????

Or is it milk?!
Mr T always liked his milk in the A-Team
Orlando - Calcium Kid was a milkman or something.

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 15/10/2005 2:05:53 PM   
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Or is it milk?!
Mr T always liked his milk in the A-Team
Orlando - Calcium Kid was a milkman or something.


And don't forget Wallace likes his cheese...

< Message edited by freakngeek -- 15/10/2005 2:07:29 PM >

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 15/10/2005 5:49:31 PM   
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sallis: cheese milk based
bloom: calcium kid
mr t: his milkies

williams is the ooo because he (used) to have a passion for a different kind of white stuff?

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 9:00:33 AM   
Sinatra


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quote:

ORIGINAL: freakngeek

quote:


Or is it milk?!
Mr T always liked his milk in the A-Team
Orlando - Calcium Kid was a milkman or something.


And don't forget Wallace likes his cheese...


I can't believe somebody hasn't said the actual answer yet... Milk, Spinach and Cheese are all high in.....?
So the OOO is ????

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 11:28:19 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Sinatra

quote:

ORIGINAL: freakngeek

quote:


Or is it milk?!
Mr T always liked his milk in the A-Team
Orlando - Calcium Kid was a milkman or something.


And don't forget Wallace likes his cheese...


I can't believe somebody hasn't said the actual answer yet... Milk, Spinach and Cheese are all high in.....?
So the OOO is ????


i'm confused? is it iron? or calcium?

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 11:52:58 AM   
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Vitamins?!?

But does that mean it's Mr T that's the OOO?!
And if so, is it because he's in Rocky 3 with Hulk Hogan who always told kids to take their vitamins to become Hulkamaniacs????

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 11:59:04 AM   
Sinatra


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Oh for the love of God!

CALCIUM!!!!!!!!!

Soooo.......?


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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 12:49:40 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Sinatra

Oh for the love of God!

CALCIUM!!!!!!!!!

Soooo.......?



Williams is the OOO, because Popeye liked spinach, which is a good source of iron.

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 2:18:08 PM   
Sinatra


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I give-up!

Mr T - loved milk
Robin Williams - loved spinach in Popeye
Peter Sallis - loves cheese in Wallace and Gromit
Orlando Bloom is the OOO because he was in Calcium Kid.
(All the other foods are high in calcium)



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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 2:26:05 PM   
Sinatra


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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 2:28:46 PM   
freakngeek

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Sinatra

I give-up!

Mr T - loved milk
Robin Williams - loved spinach in Popeye
Peter Sallis - loves cheese in Wallace and Gromit
Orlando Bloom is the OOO because he was in Calcium Kid.
(All the other foods are high in calcium)


I didn't bother to put the answer cos I thought it was so obvious someone else would!

Hello by the way, nice to be back even if it's a flying visit. 

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RE: The "Odd One Out" Thread.... - 17/10/2005 2:39:08 PM   
Sinatra


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quote:

ORIGINAL: freakngeek

quote:

ORIGINAL: Sinatra

I give-up!

Mr T - loved milk
Robin Williams - loved spinach in Popeye
Peter Sallis - loves cheese in Wallace and Gromit
Orlando Bloom is the OOO because he was in Calcium Kid.
(All the other foods are high in calcium)


I didn't bother to put the answer cos I thought it was so obvious someone else would!

Hello by the way, nice to be back even if it's a flying visit. 


Never presume matey... not in OOOland.
Nice to see you back Miss F... I really miss not having you about.

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