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Clue - Yvette Is Super Woman?
Yvette kills the cook and runs back to the billiard room where she starts screaming. You don't hear the cook scream because Mrs Peacock is also screaming. After hearing Yvette scream, they all run to the billiard room. So far so good. When they ask Yvette why she was screaming, she replies that she also drank the cognac. However, she was busy in the kitchen killing the cook when Mrs Peacock started screaming about the drink being poisoned. So how could Yvette possibly know about Professor Plum's theory of the drink being poisoned?
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The movie and a douse of logic
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Laydee on 06-16-2001
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Comments:
Melody writes:
I'm pretty sure about this, but don't hold me to anything. Yvette was taping the conversation. I guess she could have rewinded it to know what the others said in the time before she screams, but the whole movie is confusing anyway.
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Brandon Margera writes:
I didn't pay enough attention to realize she couldn't have heard the theory about the poisoned cognac. She didn't have enough time to rewind and listen to what was said between the scream and them running into the billiard room. She also didn't have enough time to get to the kitchen and kill the cook between him telling his theory and Mrs. Peacock screaming. Very good catch.
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chicky597 writes:
In case you didn't notice she was listening to the conversation. She probably killed the cook and then ran back to listen to what they were saying. It makes sense.
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