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Scream 3 - Spark Leads to Fire - Right?
In the scene where Gale, Jennifer and Dewey and a few other people are in Jennifer's house, and they start to get faxes from the killer. When the guy is trying to read the fax that says, "Whoever smells the gas," he uses a lighter because the power went out. It takes a few seconds for the gas to cause an explosion after he sparked the lighter - when in reality - the explosion would have happened IMMEDIATELY when he sparked the lighter - not even giving him enough time to read the fax out loud.
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vd7 writes:
The gas would not have immediately spread through the house, so there is a possibility that it hadn't reached the spot where he was reading the fax yet. If there was a slip-up though, it would have to be that the gas was only seconds from reaching the lighter and that it 'coincidently' got to the lighter at the same time it was lit. I hope that that makes sense to people other than myself because it seems really badly worded...
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princess writes:
The gas was going through the house so the it took a while to get to toms lighter.
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certified_freak writes:
I agree that this is a slip-up, but think about confused would you be if he picked up the paper, grabbed the lighter, and then suddenly blew up?
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