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Supernatural Scoop: Who's Making a Return?

I was hoping it was Bobby :(

Tonygurl
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Me too

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Thanks for the great questions for Colin and a well thought out interview. We don't get to hear from him enough!

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Hook better get his heart back before the hiatus. It's all I'm hoping for, other stuff would be just icing on the cake! :))

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Great interview, and I can't wait for tonight's episode :) Just one criticism: Colin's last name is spelled wrong ;) Edited: Thanks for fixing the spelling :)

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Love Colin and love Hook, and love Emma/Hook #CaptainSwan
Cant say much now, as i got to leave but will post later :) but just had to say this! :D

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Oh man i'm SO excited! Do you have post finale thoughts from Colin as well??? Hope to see them. So stoked for Captain Swan and the resolution to the heart storyline.

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OMG is this man real!? This interview was amazing! I got me so excited for tonights finale and for the next half!
I loved what he said about Rumple and Hook's parallels and I agree 100%, they can be much alike but Hooks character evolution and Rumples are going in different directions right now!
And I think we, captain swan fans, are getting a ILY scene tonight! :)

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golfingdocp: noun: sadism
the tendency to derive pleasure, especially sexual gratification, from inflicting pain, suffering, or humiliation on others. mas·och·ism
n.
1. The deriving of sexual gratification, or the tendency to derive sexual gratification, from being physically or emotionally abused. Neither Jacob or Linda need physical toys, but the infliction and receiving of physical pain is real. For their first sex in a hotel, Jacob says he hopes this is Linda's first time (with alternate sex) and wants her to scream. Linda was not in control, and was shocked by Jacob's domination of her body. She had no erotic experience at the time. But she admits to herself later that the pain is a pleasurable memory, and wants to repeat the experience. She knows she's being abused by Jacob emotionally and physically but can't resist going back to him for more. Her humiliation fits her image of herself. She also specifically describes her desire to reverse the table on Jacob as dominatrix. Maybe this doesn't fit the modern definition of S&M with tools, but it does fit the basic definitions listed above for sadism and masochism. Your analysis of Linda and Grace is completely different from mine. Linda is a sick woman who doesn't spend much time thinking about how her actions will impact her husband or her children. Her impulsive first sex act with Jacob is irrational, she says she has absolutely no guilt from it, and her extended affair afterwards is all about herself. She's self destructing, knows it, and doesn't really care. She's completely centered on her own problems. Linda even wants to destroy Jacob's marriage so she can make him love only her. She only talks to her husband about her feelings after she's well into her infidelity with Jacob, and only because she's jealous that Jacob can talk to HIS wife. Linda never discloses her infidelity, it's extent, or any details. Fear, not guilt, is the dominant feeling in this book, and not of her husband finding out about her affair. It's fear that she can't find a solution to her problems of loneliness and boredom (poor Linda) if sex and love for another man doesn't suffice. Grace exhibits none of these perverse characteristics. She too is trying her solve her problems, but not by having sex with a married man. She spends time with her daughter, and fights with Neil, which is a form of communication. She's trying to find her way into a profession, not just flying one day with a para-glider. You can have Linda, and I'll gladly take Grace!! I don't see how you can explain Linda's farewell gift to Jacob and herself by having a hot sex session in his office, knowing how much that disrespects her husband. Has she decided to renew her humdrum life because she has fallen back in love with her husband? Then why does she have a final fling with Jacob? What kind of love is that for her husband? Linda is a deceitful, uncaring woman who loves two men, the men being the antithesis of each other. Whichever one she chooses will never completely satisfy her since another side of her psyche will always want a different satisfaction. She can search all she wants, but the answers to her questions do not reside in one man and one life. Her husband will never erase the memories she has made with Jacob and cannot supply her with new ones. We're adults so I hope I can be very direct with a reference in the book: Linda says she can fake orgasms, but she can't fake getting wet. IMO Linda can fake true love for her husband in the future, but she can't fake feelings of being complete. She will always want more. Once a cheater, always a cheater? It's interesting how you feel about Linda the way I feel about Grace, and I feel about Linda the way you feel about Grace.

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Winter, Carissa, Bushi101, and other posters,
First It is early morning in CA, and I am still up because of night calls. I am covering 3 different healthcare facilities this weekend, and the calls do not cease. Now to the important stuff.
Carissa I did not mean to imply that you are a predator. Far from that. My viewpoint was that you would appreciate a dominant female. Linda is certainly that. If my memory is correct she set the time table for her trysts.
Winter made the observation that Linda was into S&M. I am pretty sure that was not the case. She was curious but we have no indication of that or sex with multiple partners at once. Now lets compare the three ladies. The two sex acts of Grace's which we witnessed were of a violent nature. In the first, she was being slammed against a wall by Simon, in the second, she was getting slammed against a bathroom sink and mirror (by Neil). In the affair, I believe that the first sex act of Alison's we witnessed was her husband slamming her across a car hood and violating her from behind. She did not object. She had violent sex with Noah. Linda was not slammed against a wall nor thrown across the hood of a car. Her sex was just unconventional as to the point of coital entry. She enjoyed vigorous sex (maybe even a little bit rough), she accepted and continued alternate orifice sex. She had all this willingly and mostly at her instigation. This is not sadism nor masochism. There is no cruelty or injury incurred or feigned. Alison is a vegetable (emotionally). We have learned that Grace has been in effect lying to her spouse from the beginning in respect to her likes and personality. She blamed her adulterous behavior on abandonment by her spouse and unhappiness caused by an uncompleted career path. She cheated on Neil not only physically but also emotionally. She became detached from him and her daughter the last 6 months because of her affair. Alison continues to have sex with Cole during her affair. Duplicity is not an emotion that would affect her. She is by nature a parasite. She feeds off what is available. Linda has in fact more emotional strength than either Grace or Alison. She is however, profoundly lonesome. She has a loving and adoring husband, and a well functioning family. Yet she is lonely inside. A chance meeting with Jacob reignites her sexual aggressiveness. The oral sex she has with Jacob in his office was, in my opinion, an act of domination. Jacob became subservient to her at this point. I have read commentaries by prostitutes and escorts, stating that giving oral sex was a way for them to control their partners during the sex act. The nature of the second sex act was Jacob trying to take back the dominant role. However, Linda still was the boss, since she set the timetable for the trysts. The sexual liaisons for the most part were reciprocal affectionate unions. There was no pain or violent behavior cited. In many ways, Linda could have continued the affair indefinitely. Jacob was fine with a diminished frequency. This was not his first adulterous merry go round. He taught Linda the ins and out of cheating without being caught. He taught her about carrying spare under garments and showering before going home. Jacob had less emotional baggage in the affair. It was Linda who allowed herself to form an emotional (possibly love) bond. In Satisfaction, Simon falls for Grace. In the Affair, Noah falls in love with Alison. In Adultery, Jacob has not professed a love commitment to Linda. In fact from his viewpoint, they just had great sex.

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