And does that mean we will have even more bonnie deus-ex-machining the plot? This calls for a very special button of NOOOO
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Posted 8/4/2011 7:58:57 PM #
When did she loose the necklace?
Kat took it off her to impersonate her in know thy enemy,if i remember correctly or something., Klaus took it off when he imprisoned her and left it somewhere.
But it does prove that the originals became vampires because of a witch.
Well duh, obviously. Why? Because every damn thing in this show is explained with " witch did it!". Witches are walking plot devices of tvd.Posted 8/4/2011 7:57:45 PM #
Not that witch.
Ep 3 introduces Gloria, a 60 year old witch Klaus and Steffan need something from, but Klaus fears her.
As for pic - well that confirms that Damon's gift is the damn vervain necklace of steffans..Posted 8/4/2011 7:45:19 PM #
I just love the one in s7 where she goes all :
- Buffy: you...you are dope!...
- Spike: wait what?
- Buffy: YOu are dope and bonehead and *thinks for a second what so say* and you are shirty!
- Spike: Have you gone completely carrot-top?
It just rings back so much to the spike's line's few seasons earlier(even delivery and reactions are identical):
- Spike: and and, I never really liked you anyway and... and you have stupid hair!
- Buffy: *what-face*
AS for overall:
My favorite spuffy moment: every damn one of them to have ever exist lol.Posted 8/4/2011 6:19:34 PM #
I'm just stating what you seem to be saying when writing, so if you don't want to be misunderstood then write clearer.
WEll, so far, you are only one having that problem, so most likely problem is with you and not me :)
But at least we settled the fact that Buffy was not the first show to have gay characters on it
And no one said otherwise, so i certainly do not see why we are even discussing about that.
and therefore not original in that matter.
Originality has nothing to do with that. you can be milionth to use the idea and still be original about that.Posted 8/4/2011 6:10:36 PM #
I believe this, "If author does not want to be original, copying buffy is the best and most recommended thing to do", from you indicates that bringing gay characters as part of storylines and what not (like in Buffy for example) would be copying Buffy to you.
And that was a separate response to your "i thought you hate when they copy btvs" part. my answer to that had nothing to do with same-sex stuff and was more of general response to the general statement. Why you somehow feel that I somehow stated that btvs did gay pairings first ever is beyond my understanding.Posted 8/4/2011 2:12:15 PM #
They have been quite tight-lipped so far and considering J.Plec's hatred for spoilers, I would not be surprised on if we did not get any more set pictures till premiere airs :/Posted 8/4/2011 2:10:20 PM #
Oh man...this part always gets to me. Its nice to see shows that can portray depression, angst and other things without saying thousand words (especially considering what a mood-shifter that scene was). THe part what gets to me is their reaction. A mix of pity, disgust, shock, uncomfortability and confusion...Posted 8/4/2011 2:02:05 PM #
No matter how good or bad it was, it have happend before BtVS.
The point is that K.Williamson hasn't shown an ability to write that kind of level of plot centering around such themes. And BTVS was still the first to actually show same-gender sex on network tv. NO one said it was " teh first to ever have homosexual people in the cast"Posted 8/4/2011 11:32:55 AM #
I suppose Caroline is an exception.
Nope. She got 3 or 2 " badass" scenes at start of the season, then got damsel-distressed by werewolves and then spent hte remaining parts of season being Matt's boot-cleaning-carpet.Posted 8/4/2011 7:43:47 AM #