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Law & Order - Do The Math
In this episode Jerry Orbach is talking to his partner and mentions how he is very cynical about marriage, and how couples split up. His partner said my grandparents HAVE been married for 50 yrs. I think the line was written my grandparents WERE married for 50 yrs. No one caught it.. If his grandparents were married for 50 yrs. and he appears to be in his 40s or possibly late 30s that would make them approx. 9 or 10 yrs. older. Not at all possible.
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claire writes:
If he's forty, his grandparents could easily be in their eighties. In that case, having been married for fifty years is not only possible, but probable. I don't think this is a slip-up.
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chelsea writes:
this don't make sense....if his grand parents were 30 when they married, and so lets say they had his mom or dad a few years later, his parents would be thirty years younger them them, and lets say his parents had him when they were 20 (like most do) then if that was the case, his grand parents are 50 years older then him. so ya i guess they could have been married for 50 years...but i think i lost myself on this one lol
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