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Probably got deleted for prequel level dialoge and acting. It isn't a bad idea but it is poorly executed.
Noticed in first viewing, fully caught in second, fully enjoyed in the third:
Kylo: The supreme ruler is dead.
Hux: Long live the supreme ruler.
Also noticed during third viewing: Rey leaving before her training is done paralleling Luke doing the same in Empire.
I think it's cute how many outlandish internet conspiracy theory's there are around the death of Snoke. It's simple, Ren blocks his mind control, kills him to assume control. Control is what he desires, not a father figure, not a mentor. Han, Luke, Snoke all let him down and now he is in charge. There would be zero point in taking the story anywhere else. Snoke is dead, he didn't perform some force trick to hop in another body, or isn't some projection to fool Rey or anyone else. It was a natural progression of the story. Student kills Dad, one mentor directly, another indirectly. It's who Kylo Ren is. That scene is simple but effective. It establishes the new chain of command as if there were any doubt.
My bet is Kylo Ren will force choke Hux to death early on in the next one, but I really, really want to see a Rathtar eat him while he is reading some kind of intergalactic Jack Welch type management book on the toilet. That is how I would do it. Disney, call me.
Billy Dee is probably retirement age by now, just sayin....
The Genesis version of Mortal Kombat had blood. Flawless victory.
It's an unwritten rule that being snarky in a thread that I produce is slightly more acceptable than other threads because I kinda have it coming....
@CB I forgive you for your slight of my beautiful POPs! I know one day you will envy me for my collection.
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