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I can't understand why they cut out Liz's scenes. Not only am I a sucker for mother/daughter moments, but being reminded of the council's existence in 3x11 was nice too. She's a brillinat actor and I actually like her character, I can't understand why they cut her scenes.
As for Elijah and Rebekah moment being cut, wtf? That was some beautiful acting from Claire Holt, and Daniel was ridiculously hot. Screw you, Plec.
when tyler said "i came here for you", i swear, i thought this would be the new love triangle (or at least plec considered it). liz/tyler/caroline, y not?
all i got from the bloopers is that joseph morgan is flawless. i'm okay with that.
At this point, she and Carol are the only two parents alive, and Carol is just there to host parties, not to mention that it took her fifteen episodes to figure out that her only son was a werewolf, so that pretty much leaves Liz as the show's only competent parent, dead or alive. So yeah, she definitely deserves more screentime. Like I said, I like her.
Bonnie's dad who's apparently just been off-screen for the past 66 episodes doesn't count.
Red velvet cake rules! Caroline could not be more awesome and yes, why did they cut Caroline/Liz scene? This show sucks so badly at showing any human interaction and the only mother-daughter duo does not even get one scene? Yet, how many drunk shirtless Damon/Stefan scenes have we seen? Rebekah and Elijah scene would have been great because this was one of my main complaints about this pathetic season of the Originals - we got to know nothing about them as a family! NOTHING! Except maybe a few 10 seconds scenes between Klaus and Becky, and Elijah talking about Klaus as family in the finale. Thats it!
About the bloopers, not that funny to be honest, I mean nothing beats s2's when Ian introduced himself as Ian to Mason Lockwood....this s3 bloopers has way too much Ian's scenes in them and they are not that funny...also I don't like it when they just show scenes of the actors already laughing at something, and we have no idea what was soo funny...and Jomo is flawless! What can I say, he is just that good that he does not fuck up 3 lines of text...
Nothing beats S1 bloppers of N.Dobrev running into sculpture and falling down or ian sniffing her phone
i guess just like the show itself got shitty, so did bloppers.
@Amie My thoughts exactly. The only person Rebekah was closer to than Niklaus was her mother, and yet we never got to see her reaction to Esther's betrayal, and it was great seeing her interract with a brother who does not murder and shut her into coffins for decades because he has abandonment issues. We needed that scene. We needed many such scenes. (Don't get me started on Finn!) Almost all of the so-called Original family scenes we've seen have been Klebekah scenes, which is not only incredibly annoying for those of us who like Finn, Kol and Elijah, but it's also disturbing that such an unhealthy, twisted relationship which makes the girl pretty damn miserable is idealized to such a degree. It's an abusive relationship, only it's supposed to be okay because he's her controlling, psychotic brother, not her controlling, psychotic husband.
I have a lot of Klebekah feels, and they are NOT positive. You talk about sexism, Bored Now, well, talk about Klebekah. Someone should get fired for allowing this to be on-screen. Girl has lost everything else, so she feels that she should be with the only person she has left, even though she's afraid of him, which makes her not only accept the misery he puts her through, but she also figures that she deserves it or had it coming('Nik has no tolerance for those who disappoint him. I've made that mistake several times'). And that's epic and beautiful!
If the writers wanted to have a show with rolemodels and strong female characters, they would have made Rebekah get the HELL away from Klaus in 3x03, after he'd taken 90 years from her life. Or at least made him crawl on his knees and beg for forgiveness. The scene in 3x15 was touching enough, she forgives him because he's been there for her, blah blah blah, but she doesn't ask that things will change. He could still dagger her tomorrow. If she had any sort of self-respect, she'd either leave or demand that he treat her right. An ultimatum would be nice and force him to tell her how much he loves her. Because he does, I know that - but that does not mean that she should accept all the shit he puts her through. Again, I cannot believe that she's written as a someone we should relate to. She's a horrible rolemodel. And Klebekah makes me question the standards of a 'strong' and 'unconditional' relationship these days.
Uh, sorry for the rant. I got carried away. And I hope I haven't insulted anyone: but this is how I feel. Klebekah is awful and should either not exist, or be shown as something to avoid. As in, 'Don't end up like her, ladies'.
The only person Rebekah was closer to than Niklaus was her motherJust because we've seen her react with swarms of tears about Esther wanting to kill her? You think that's a sign they were close? They made no eye contact in the 3x08 flashbacks. In fact all she did in 3x08 was interact with Klaus. The only real thing that hints they were close is Esther bringing up that Bekah cried her name occassionally when she was having a bad day over the years. It doesn't matter if I were close with my mom or not, I would turn into an emotional wreck either way, because that's my mom, wanting to kill me. It doesn't mean I had a tight bond with her.
I have a lot of Klebekah feels, and they are NOT positive. You talk about sexism, Bored Now, well, talk about Klebekah. Girl has lost everything else, so she feels that she should be with the only person she has lefthe has and we have. Klebekah is sexist, I've rolled my eyes at a few things Klaus has said to her, and his chat with Care in 3x20 couldn't make it any more clear that he's misogynist. You'd think someone would have a more respectful view of women after 1k years but whatever. But what about Elijah? He is no different than Bekah when it comes to getting fed up with Klaus but passiviely forgiving him episodes later. It's not about being afraid of him, even though Bekah made it clear once or twice that it was. She and Elijah are the moral ones and the only ones breaking their necks to make sure their family is still standing. It's a "he's my brother" thing for them, it isn't just about being afraid or conforming to him because he's the strongest.
which makes her not only accept the misery he puts her throughNo, even after finding out that he killed Esther, she was still defending him. And what did she tell Mikael? "Niklaus wasn't born to kill" So despite the misery he put her through, she had this POV that it was her parents fault and not his, specifically Mikael's for being an ass to him way prior to them getting turned.
The only problem I have with Klebekah is the contradiction she made of saying he's the only one who never left her, but what about the fact that he stabbed the rest of them? Automatically, that explains why he was the only one left. But they've all lived for centuries, so it's possible that when they were all alive they weren't paying her any attention but him. Finn only lived for a century, just one century, but that was long enough for him to know those two were a pair, "you'd lost your precious Rebekah"
If the writers wanted to have a show with rolemodels and strong female characters, they would have made Rebekah get the HELL away from Klaus in 3x03, after he'd taken 90 years from her lifeI agree and disagree. If she ran away it wouldn't have made her look so weak to him, but if she also ran away she would completely be alone. And her fear of being alone is almost as bad as his. Those two were the closest in their human years, he was her favorite brother. As vampires despite the fights and shit he did she still never gave up on him.