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What does Charlie Mean?

PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 1999 12:41 am
by andre N
In MMI, MFP HQ, Just as the "lawyers" are showing up, Charlie (with Voicebox modulator) say (I think),

"I can't see the interceptor"

WHY? I was guessing maybe the suits would not like to see such a "waste" of taxpayers money.

Any thoughts?

Re: What does Charlie Mean?

PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 1999 3:29 am
by TheDarkOne
In Reply to: What does Charlie Mean? posted by AN on July 06, 1999 at 08:41:47:


I think Charlie says "I think they're out there." Goose Replys "Take you time Charlie we've got plenty of it." Then charlie says "I can see the interceptor." He doesn't say can't. He saw Max yellow interceptor and was refering to that.

Re: What does Charlie Mean?

PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 1999 6:10 pm
by Jimmy
In Reply to: Re: What does Charlie Mean? posted by TheDarkOne on July 06, 1999 at 11:29:36:


> charlie says "I can see the interceptor." He

> doesn't say can't. He saw Max yellow

> interceptor and was refering to that.

I always thought he said can't & was concerned that there would be no police vehicle to escort young John to jail or prison or whereever.

Jimmy

Re: What does Charlie Mean?

PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 1999 7:39 am
by TheDarkOne
In Reply to: Re: What does Charlie Mean? posted by Jimmy on July 08, 1999 at 02:10:46:


It makes sense that he says can. THat is why Johnny needed to be preped, because Max and the others had arrived.

Re: What does Charlie Mean?

PostPosted: Thu Jul 15, 1999 6:56 pm
by Bomber Brown
In Reply to: Re: What does Charlie Mean? posted by Jimmy on July 08, 1999 at 02:10:46:


You forget, the actors are Australian speaking in

Australian accents.

In America, can't sounds like can with a T on the

end.

In Australia, can and can't sound completely

different.

So if it sounds like can, it IS can. It doesn't

sound like carnt, so it isn't can't.

Solved.