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It's the count, it's the count, it's the count [of the references]! Have you got any I missed? Alex
4:38 the duchess of winnipeg?
At 2:47 in the background you can see a beam of light witch was used to burn down the mansion.
this is Very Fantastically Different (to most videos)
3:50 OMG IT COULD BE CALIGARI CARNIVAL
I love this show
Esme is that you?????
All of the Easter eggs I didn't know until this video came out
6:09 she says vigorously fixed destination that stands for VFD
What a very fun drama
What a lovely Vast Film Display
The shot at 8:23 made me think of the dam scene from THE FUGITIVE as well, what with them in their prison uniforms.
This is a Very Fanatical Document!
The crow at Count Olaf's house could also be a reference to the crows in Shakespeare's "Macbeth"
Honestly, this is stupid.Just talk about the book things
It’s not an eye!!! It’s VFD!!!
Here's a fun fact about Johnson's Baby Shampoo: When it says "tear free", what they actually mean is that it was specially designed to prevent tears. As in (teyres). Like skin and hair. Unfortunately for their PR, the message is in a teardrop shape. Of course, any sterilization fluid will burn sensitive body parts.
Finally someone noticed the Lemony Snicket reference
The world is quiet here 👌🏻
In the Bad Begging we see a light hit in the Baudelaire’s home before it was set up in flames, just like what happened to the the Qaugmires, and my theory is that Esme set the fire, not Count Olaf
1:30I THOUGHT THE MUSIC SOUNDED A BIT LIKE FANTASTIC BEASTS MUSIC. THIS IS AWESOME I'M SO HAPPY
Momento Mori is from the Austere Academy, not the Wide Window.
I really don't understand why there is the name of Justice Straus at the underground, she wasn't part of the VFD until later on the series.
I found this video to be Very Factual Differences
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