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It's implied throughout Season 8 that Pink killed someone who wasn't a soldier.

In one of his earlier episodes, he freaks out when someone calls him a "lady-killer" (in the romantic sense). To me at least, this implied that his victim was a woman.

However, we later learn that he accidentally killed a young male, not a woman.

Was Pink originally intended to have accidentally killed an adult female? If not, why did he react so strongly when someone called him a lady-killer?

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    he probably simply triggered on the "killer" part... – HorusKol Jan 27 '17 at 1:45
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    “why did he react so strongly when someone called him a lady-killer?” — Yeah Danny! Get over it already! – Paul D. Waite Jan 27 '17 at 8:26
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he freaks out when someone calls him a "lady-killer" (in the romantic sense). To me at least, this implied that his victim was a woman.

It does not necessarily imply that the victim was female.

Imagine if someone jokingly called Danny a "serial killer". It would make him uncomfortable, even though he hasn't killed multiple people.

Similarly, being called a "lady killer" makes Danny uncomfortable because it makes him think "I am actually a killer". He's not freaking out over the gender of who he killed, he's freaking about because he killed someone.

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