"The Apprentice" sneak peek, over—my-dead-body, Daddy Charming comes to life like never before when his precious little girl goes on her first official date with Killian.
ausnic said: Did anyone notice Maggie's face when the group was reunited with Carol? She had a massive smile. She looked so happy. I think it proves what Lauren said about Maggie's reaction to Rick banishing Carol being more for Rick's benefit then how she actually felt.
I never believed Maggie was truly okay with Carol’s banishment, so to see her so genuinely thrilled to see Carol’s return just made my heart soar. I think she wanted to run to Carol, too, but you know… she and Daryl were having a moment. ^_~
During the scene I was looking at everyone and everything (my queen, so beautiful, so much emotion), and I did notice Maggie’s face, but didn’t know that Lauren Cohan had said that. So I thought she was just so happy to see her, that it was one less person she lost, one more rock/foundation back in her life after Glenn and Rick and Daryl. The way I saw it, this overshadowed whatever feelings she may have felt towards Carol when Rick told her.
Now that I know what it actually all boils down to, it’s interesting because it opens up new possibilities for Maggie as a character. It sheds some light in the inter-dynamics of the group.
Robert Downey Jr. in Rome, ItalyRobert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall, and David Dobkin will be in Rome to attend the Italian premiere of The Judge. The screening will be held on October 15 at The Space Cinema Moderno at the Piazze della Repubblica in Rome.The film will be out in Italian theaters on October 23.
October 15 is my birthday, Itay is my country, what a lovely present RDJ, you shouldn’t have! *bursts into happy tears*
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Emma probably bs e him this phone. So she could call him up whenever she wanted (and vice versa), because this way they can always tell each other where they are and if they need help, so they don’t end up losing each other, again, because let’s face it, with all the chasing, and the looking, and the memory potion-ing, and the near freezing to death, and drowning and such, Captain Swan need the reassurance that the other is in fact ok.
Ems? Well, don’t get up.
But also, when was the last time anyone gave her balloons?
She probably doesn’t remember. People like her, growing up the way she did, they don’t get nice things like balloons.
She hasn’t had a family in forever, and NOLAN is all about making loud statements (look no further than his wardrobe throughout entire series), and he gets that.
-“I almost lost you.” She’s all he has too.
Game of Thrones @ Comic-Con 2014 (x)
I love how Sam Tarly is entirely PUZZLED there is the background, like, ‘what’s going on, why are we moving, what am I doing, should I move too???’.
Meanwhile next to him is Jon Snow looking at the dazzling colourful ladies in front busting their moves and going ‘uhhh. I feel yaz.’ Lmao.
Basically this scene:
- Explained why in the hell Snow managed to restore the power without fixing the antenna (kinda).
- Gives us more Lana, which is basically what two thirds of this fandom wants (don’t even bother telling me it’s not true, you know I’m right).
- Actually confirmed that Regina is not mayor anymore, and this knowledge only makes me want to crawl into a hole and die because it was a distinctive thing that I think was perfect for Regina and now it’s gone and it makes me angry. Also, my question to you two smartasses that write this show is: if the reason for Regina not being mayor is the fact that it was Snow that casted the curse this time… then why the fuck was she in her office like it was nothing until just last episode!? Also, maybe what you meant is that she doesn’t want to be mayor because of the Robin thing (and that seems pretty stupid let me tell you), so just say it, don’t give us a stupid ass reason as the one you gave us.
Bottom line: WHY THE FUCK DID THEY DELETE THIS!?
Do they even know the reasons why people watch their show or do they just throw shit in there not caring if we are gonna like it or not?
This scene exemplifies why we fell in love with this show. That it was cut says volumes.
If people don’t like it, stop watching. Have some respect; its something that this fandom lacks much of. Be glad you saw this scene instead of having to wait until next year for the DVD.
They don’t respect us. I see no reason why I shouldn’t express my disappointment whit something that started perfectly and was turned into a mediocre show by writers that don’t have better ideas than bringing in new characters just to make money instead of working with what they have already. I watch this show because of Regina, Henry, and sometimes Emma. I don’t like where it is going, but I’ll keep watching it because I have the physical need to see Lana’s face every week, and if I don’t like what I see, I have every right to say it. So don’t bother telling me to stop. It’s a song that many of us have heard one too many times already.
I think, beyond what their reasonings for the whole show now are, so I’m not getting into the discussion about new characters, money rolling in etc. - that this would have been historically significant as a scene, because like it or not it’s always been between Snow White and Regina. This is THEIR story at the end of the day. Other people just fill in the blanks and they make a very rich background, but it’s still just that: background. I’m a fervent Captain Swan ok. This was a FANTASTIC episode for me. But cutting this scene? I do feel cheated, a bit. I’m happy they’ve provided it for us straight away, but am puzzled as to their decision to cut it. This was so significant when you think about the two characters’ history with to each other. FINALLY, finally they are beginning to mend fences after all the hurt they’ve done to each other - and this is cut out of the episode? :/
Why, is it because it didn’t fit in with the general action going on? I do wish they’d think about their plot developments more seriously. It’s Disney, sure, but that’s yet another reason why it’s important to get certain messages across to the audience, who by the way, is not all teens, there are kids and adults in there too, myself being the latter. Honestly, beyond the general embellishments of the magic side etc the reason I’ve watched this show for the past three years is because of the emotional connections and growing up that some characters have gone through, and being an Emma fan, I cannot stress more the importance of including scenes like this in the final cut.