Talk:7.20 The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo

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Additional ref of Sneakers likely.

I might have spoted another ref from Sneakers[1]. I think Charlie's hacking of the Republican party's funds is a reference to the movie. In said movie, a hacker d├ętourne (moves? diverts?) money to a few other associations, including Greenpeace. Charlie diverts money to an organisation for the environment. I'll let a speaker fluent in English add it to the page. Merci. --Djozef (talk) 00:26, 22 January 2013 (PST)

Done, but your English looks pretty fluent! I'm happy to proofread for you if you want to make edits directly next time. Spotted has two t's, but otherwise there's nothing at all wrong with what you wrote above! --Zebra363 (talk) 03:34, 23 January 2013 (PST)

Possible Better Off Ted references?

I see it but I wanted to make sure other people did too before I added these.

So for starters, the ad in the middle of the episode for Sucrocorp plays exactly like all the ads for Veridian Dynamics in Better Off Ted. They have the exact same kind of vibe and they are worked into the episode in the same way.

Also--and this is the one I want someone to back me up on--there's a moment when Charlie is sifting through all of Frank's files around the 13:15 mark or so when a picture pops up of Jay Harrington as Ted Crisp. Jay Harrington and James Patrick Stuart (Dick Roman) look similar, but there are two pictures in that shot, so it's easy to compare the pictures of the two.

I am forced to conclude that Veridian Dynamics was in on the Leviathans' dastardly plans.

Although I'm still undecided as to whether Veridian Dynamics or Richard Roman Enterprises is the more evil of the two corporations.