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thewind
"In the garden, there's a girl."

This reeks of being a reference to something, but I've never been able to suss out what it was. Help?
AusChick
I don't think it's a reference to anything.
Not as far as I know.

Though they do quote it in an amusing Roger McGough way during the commentary though.


But you know, Pegg & Wright have been known to write the odd original line. Not everything they create is "borrowed" from somewhere else. Keep that in mind.
sapphirejedi
Don't think it's a ref to anything, but Nick delivers it perfectly.
widowspider
It's a line from a song, they mention it in the commentary I believe. Can't remember what it's from off the top of my head, though.
maian
QUOTE (AusChick @ Jul 8 2007, 11:11 PM)
I don't think it's a reference to anything.
Not as far as I know.

Though they do quote it in an amusing Roger McGough way during the commentary though.
But you know, Pegg & Wright have been known to write the odd original line. Not everything they create is "borrowed" from somewhere else.  Keep that in mind.
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Nah, they steal everything. Even their interviews are composed of old interviews by obscure and mainstream filmmakers,

QUOTE (widowspider @ Jul 11 2007, 03:15 PM)
It's a line from a song, they mention it in the commentary I believe. Can't remember what it's from off the top of my head, though.
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I think they say that it sounds like a song but is in fact something they made up. I could be wrong, though, since I haven't listened to the commentary in about 2 years.
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