Ed was great!
Ed was the best in tonight's episode as was Robert (bart). Chuck talking to imaginary Bart or head Bart is definitely emmy worthy in my opinion.
Tonight spin on Christmas carol was great as it wasn't Bart trying to warn Chuck but lead him into way Bart behaved.
Best episode by far. WTH do you think the E stood for?
E = Evelyn. That's his mother's name, right?
Yes. Evelyn. And Ed was great. But it was exactly "A Christmas Carol" like I was expecting, still it had the essence of Dickens. lol
For some reason Chuck talking to his dad felt like Stephanie Savage was watching battlestar galactica and doing the baltar talking to head caprica six.
Oh Ed was DEFINITELY great! I loved all of his scenes, but especially his last scene with Leighton. Still he was great throughout that's for sure!
Plus Ed's perfect for doing something Dickensian, being British and all. lol!
I forgot they changed her name from the book. I was Misti in the books.
* it was misti.
I think in the books it was Misty but on the TV show it's Evelyn.
I think I would've liked the Bart/Chuck stuff if Chuck hadn't actually talked back to him, like if it had just been this voice in his head and every time he turned around, Bart would be gone (like the viewers could still see Bart but Chuck couldn't). I liked the scene in the limo because it made it more obvious that Bart was just a figment of Chuck's imagination, and Arthur seriously thought that Chuck had gone loony tunes, lol!
The flashback to the Snowflake Ball was great, I was so wondering what happened that night, I wonder why Eric wasn't in the flashback tho, don't you think he would've met his family at the hospital?
And yeah, E obviously stands for Evelyn. When Blair was telling Lily that Chuck didn't even know where Evelyn was buried becuase Bart thought it was "morbid" for a child to go to a cemetery, I seriously screamed at my tv "Oh my God, she's not dead!!!" Why else would Chuck have no idea where she was buried??
Yeah I forgot they changed it was Misty in the books. some reason the only E that pop in my head was Eleanor and Ed.