I like that these are all basically in character anyway.
but how could you leave out you can eat sand, young man
After reading about and understanding the issue people have with the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, I thought I would make a simple flow chart for creators. Use it yourself; I imagine it’ll be helpful.
I’m sure I remember Jaime raping or partly raping Cersei in the books, though. I haven’t seen that episode yet but still.
Hmm. I think I should consult a flow chart to see if that’s a good idea.
(My wife informs me that this was not the case in the books.)
Yes, of course it lowered my opinion of the character- but Cersei was praying in the sept, and Jaime came in, and I remember that she tried to stop him but he did it anyway, I think she started enjoying it part way through. And then it turned out she was on her period.
Huh. You know, if that reading of the scene is correct, maybe it was a good thing to have in the books! Let’s take a look at a flow chart.
man that flowchart sure is handy
The fandom that refuses to thaw out is celebrating its (other) heroine.
This week marks the six-month anniversary of the release date of Frozen, the wintery Disney juggernaut that shattered the mighty box office record held by The Lion King and proved so popular it has yet to leave some theatres.
Frozen's fandom, likewise, has yet to slow down or thaw out. And now it's ushering in Spring, along with the next 6 months of its wintry fandom, with a week-long celebration of Frozen's oft-overlooked second heroine, Anna.
Back in the day, when I was deep in the throes of love for Prince of Tennis on El Jay, I would post a daily “Tenipuri Screencap of Love.” (note most of my prince of tennis posts are locked and sort of haphazardly public.) I was just digging through my LJ circa 2006 trying to find something, and kept thumbing back through all these daily screencaps.
Then I hit this one, and I just couldn’t not re-post it here. <3 Oh, Tezuka, look at you. <3