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Why does he tell his aunt 'You're going to get it'?


What did he mean? And it's not like his aunt knew what was going on or anything.

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I don't know but I thought that line was adorable. It was nice to see Jeffery keeping up a sense of humor in such a strange time.



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Well she was going to ask about his battered face and he really didn't want to talk about it!

It's a funny line.

"Perhaps he's wondering why someone would SHOOT a man before throwing him out of a plane..."

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On the French Blu-Ray there is a deleted scene in which Jeffery rapes Aunt Barbara while wearing clown makeup and high on Franks gas, repeatedly shouting into the severed ear "Do it for Van Gogh!". Apparently test audiences somehow found it disturbing so it was removed from the film. But this is what he is referring to. The look of fear evident on Aunt Barbara's face clearly indicates her memory of the event.

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Sounds like a scene Lynch would love to do!

"Perhaps he's wondering why someone would SHOOT a man before throwing him out of a plane..."

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I always laugh my ass off when Guasito makes those posts.


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😂

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'Get it' used like this means 'receive punishment' but in an exaggerated way, like half joking, but still it's a general warning.

If to stand pat means to resist evil then, yes, neighbour, we wish to stand pat.

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