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Desc:Oh, wait, she dies.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:MTV, aeon flux, liquid television, peter chung
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i guess we can't only blame japan for the animated tongue snaking anymore, now can we?
Was there ever an explanation for how she can die and come back other than what was given in the execrable feature film?
I think one of the full length episodes revealed she had an infinite number of clones to replace her whenever she died.

When you have death prone assassins, you keep a couple clones handy.

So the movie was accurate, in that at least. Thanks.

Ah, much like death prone children...

they're just animation shorts with a vaguely reoccuring themes/characters. don't worry your nerdy little head about continuity and timelines and such.

i always figured it was simply a reoccurring character in otherwise unrelated episodes. i mean, sometimes the setting was completely different. i remember two that she survived, one had her in the real world to become a soccer mom (seriously), the other sent her billions of years into the future. i say that they have nothing to do with each other.
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