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14 March 2013 - 08:56 PMSource Code- I really liked how they portrayed alternate realities in that one.
The Saint- Better than James Bond. Period.
Howl's Moving Castle- "May all your bacon burn" and Christian Bale. Best Childhood ever.
Diehard 1 and 2- They're just great.
Little Shop of Horrors- Comedy gold.
There are more but I can't think of them or other people already said them.
14 March 2013 - 08:39 PM
Sue states that Lucy is "on in a few minutes". Paulo's entire interaction with Lucy probably didn't last more than three minutes tops, with just enough time at the end to squeeze in an awkward kiss (from Paulo's point of view at least).
Considering this is Sue, who is stressed about the play, A few minutes could be quite a few minutes.
Lucy is probably hoping Mike will ask whats wrong and why she's acting so weird. I don't think he's going to though.
12 March 2013 - 10:39 PMThe problem is that we don't know how much time has passed. It could have been two minutes or two seconds. Lucy could have kissed Paulo and he ran out, or they could have had sex. However, I believe it was perhaps around 10-15 minutes based on how Taeshi showed the play progressing. So something probably happened, I don't think it was sex, though it may indeed have been a make out session, which would explain Paulo's mussed fur.
So now we have Mike.
Either, he will still continue being self centered and call Lucy out on being what he probably considers a bit slutty, or if she was doing it for his attention just wait for her to say "Don't you care?" before saying "No, not really. I always knew you were a whore." or something olong those lines.
He feels bad about what he said and has been over thinking things, as he was before which led to said conversation and was planning to apologize during the play, away from the accusing eyes of Lucy's pets, but after seeing this will continue to be angry and say "I was planning to apologize but you don't deserve it!" or fume silently at her as he tells her she's on soon, or even after calling her name and she does not respond merely leaving.
Or he might still try to apologize, though Lucy will most likely ignore it and continue her "Woe is me I must ruin my life and go out with a bang" policy we have been seeing for the past little while.
11 March 2013 - 04:34 AMPaulo. Paulo stahp. You're just making it worse for everyone.
11 March 2013 - 02:42 AMVista.
I found your problem.