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  1. Offseason Work to do

    Based on names alone. We need them both.
  2. What TV Show Are You Watching?

    It only gets better from there on.
  3. Not Hugo https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-ab&ei=iWUnXrKrHMWStAaRgL2QAQ&q=red+skull+in+infinity+war+actor&oq=red+skull+in+infinity+war+ac&gs_l=psy-ab.3.0.0i70i251j0i22i30l7j0i333.946.2357..3742...1.2..1.378.776.0j3j0j1......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i71j0.P_8tFDHOp4c
  4. Funny ReaderBoard Messages

    I pick this as the winner.
  5. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    That's from Dexter season 6.
  6. What movie are you watching?

    Why do I feel like someone should have at some point given @Tyty the Creed treatment from The Office where someone just makes a notepad document for him to put his thoughts into instead of subjecting the internet to those thoughts?
  7. That doesn't mean they aren't in the same universe, they are just different tones. Most of the basis of the first Daredevil season is New York in the aftermath of the first Avengers movie. I don't know how you can remotely say they aren't in the same universe (MCU) if the show is built around the movie.
  8. The point I was making with The Incredible Hulk is that you were using changing actors as a sign that the show wouldn't be connected to the movies if they recast the character. That happened with Hulk and yet The Incredible Hulk is part of MCU. You are obviously just going to be thick about this, but I'm done. The shows were built around the movies in many ways, yet you continue to ignore that. That's all it takes to be part of the same universe, but continue just spouting the same thing. Clearly your opinion is better than fact.
  9. Again, the movies do not need to reference the shows for them to be part of the universe. They take place in the same universe, therefore they are part of MCU. The cancellation or discontinuation doesn't matter. You also don't have to like everything in MCU for it to take place in MCU. Let me ask, do you consider The Incredible Hulk part of MCU?
  10. Not required to be part of the universe. The difference between Big Lebowski and Jurassic Park being connect to MCU and Daredevil being part of it is that Daredevil is PROVEN to take place in the same universe based on things in the show. Nothing is explicitly connected between Big Lebowski and MCU or Jurassic Park and MCU. The shows don't have to be important to be part of the MCU, they just have to take place in the same universe, which they FACTUALLY do.
  11. The movies don't have to reference the shows in order to exist in the same universe. The fact that the shows reference the movies mean that they take place in the same universe, therefore they are part of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). It doesn't need to be any more complicated than that. Quality of the shows don't matter, they are PROVEN to be a part of the MCU because the shows actually reference events in the movies. It's SIMPLE.
  12. They are, according to Marvel, part of the MCU. That's enough for me, despite @Outpost31's insistence on ignoring facts.
  13. Try again... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Cinematic_Universe#Television_series
  14. The Box Office

    At this point it may be a bit awkward if Robin Williams were in it...
  15. Because they are both top defenses. People are ignoring what makes the defenses good though.
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