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Old 01-11-2010, 06:34 PM   #1
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Post Interesting observations in UM segments...

I thought this might be an interesting thread to start. Anyone seen any little noteworthy items or anything in the background that you noticed you want to tell us about. For instance, I was recently watching the Spike UM segment about Gilbert Ortiz. In the scene where they are questioning his wife at the police station I noticed on the bulletin board behind the female detective a "Missing" poster of Jaycee Dugard!
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This is sort of random and probably not exactly what you're talking about but I noticed recently that "Brian" in the Russell Evans segment has long hair. It just surprised me because I had probably seen the segment 15 or 20 times over the years and never noticed that detail until like 6 months ago.
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This is sort of random and probably not exactly what you're talking about but I noticed recently that "Brian" in the Russell Evans segment has long hair. It just surprised me because I had probably seen the segment 15 or 20 times over the years and never noticed that detail until like 6 months ago.
I didn't have anything specific in mind for this thread, just misc. stuff. That is interesting. I never noticed "Brian" had long hair. How could you tell? The only time I remember seeing him was in the woods and it was dark.
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Wow! That is pretty random, CD! Good catch...

My favorite little tidbit is from the Kevin Poulsen segment where we find out that he enjoys Star Wars and tacos. I know we've talked about it on the boards before, and I don't even know why it's so funny. I mean, who doesn't like tacos???
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Wow! That is pretty random, CD! Good catch...

My favorite little tidbit is from the Kevin Poulsen segment where we find out that he enjoys Star Wars and tacos. I know we've talked about it on the boards before, and I don't even know why it's so funny. I mean, who doesn't like tacos???

I don't....
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I think that was an actual date I had with a girlfriend in high school!!

That's probably why she never asked me for a second date.

Well the heck with her!. Any girl that doesn;t like tacos or Star Wars is not worth keeping, IMHO.
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anybody notice there have been 3 or 4 cases involving a real estate agent who's killed for no reason. David Merrifield, Mike Emery, (another 2 guys who I forget).

What is it about that profession that brings the worst out of people?

Is there some real-estate agent serial killer that was operating?

After watching UM, apparently being a real estate agent is a high-risk occupation!!
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anybody notice there have been 3 or 4 cases involving a real estate agent who's killed for no reason. David Merrifield, Mike Emery, (another 2 guys who I forget).

What is it about that profession that brings the worst out of people?

Is there some real-estate agent serial killer that was operating?

After watching UM, apparently being a real estate agent is a high-risk occupation!!
How about Jack Brown? And wasn't Gary Simmons in the real estate profession?
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Maybe everyone else noticed this right off but it took me a while to realize that Cecil from the Gertrude Pruitt segment had a ponytail.
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I think that was an actual date I had with a girlfriend in high school!!

That's probably why she never asked me for a second date.

Well the heck with her!. Any girl that doesn;t like tacos or Star Wars is not worth keeping, IMHO.
Sounds like a fun date. If you haven't already, I'm sure you'll find a girl with better taste.


As for other random things, I noticed one of the killers in the reanactment of the teenage killer spree is wearing an Iron Maiden shirt, so my oldest brother and I always tease my other brother that the actor is him (all of us are fans). Plus the Megadeth shirt the mysterious clerk wears in the convenience store case caught our notice.

I don't remember what case it was, but I noticed one of the girls missing from northern California's missing persons poster was behind a detective being interviewed on another case.
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After watching UM, apparently being a real estate agent is a high-risk occupation!!
Talk about it!
After watching unsolved mysteries, I think the most high-risk occupations are (in this order):

#1. Gas station graveyard shift worker
#2. Real estate agent
#3. Prostitute

Here's a detail:
I can't remember what episode it was, but does anyone remember seeing Stephnie Weir from MadTV on UM? I remember she was carrying a laundry basket in the scene and I was expecting her to pull out a pair of small gloves from it.
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Maybe everyone else noticed this right off but it took me a while to realize that Cecil from the Gertrude Pruitt segment had a ponytail.
Yes...and he thought Gertrude's fruitcakes were "delicious".
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I think that was an actual date I had with a girlfriend in high school!!

That's probably why she never asked me for a second date.

Well the heck with her!. Any girl that doesn;t like tacos or Star Wars is not worth keeping, IMHO.
AMEN to that! I love both!
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You are dead to me.
Oh no

I'm going to cry, now....if anyone needs me, I'll be curled up in a corner
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