The second day, I checked out next year’s slate of Disney live-action films, heard about the upcoming projects for Disney Parks and Resorts around the world, heard from “Once Upon A Time’s” Snow White and Evil Queen, and much more:
The surprising part is that anyone at Beacon Hills ever smiles, after all the bad mojo that’s gone down there.
Just gonna point out that the only Asian family pretty much hit the bricks as soon as it started looking bad here, and only 1/3 of them were even human.
Scott might be asking a lot from albuterol.
OMG Sheriff. Even if it was just plain mercury, instead of recently-vomited-up mercury, I think you’d still want a glove before dipping your finger in it.
Mercury out the nose is kind of a mood killer.
I guess no Coach this season?
The way Teen Wolf operates, Corey is either going to become a regular, or a corpse, pretty soon.
Well, I guess we know which way that went.
Oh Mason. This is such a bad school for you.
Oh serious, Scott? You are surely not going to doubt Stiles after all this.
Ok, this is pretty gross, even for this show.
This is not Malia’s season for saving people.
Wow, suddenly the closed captions have gone into warp drive.
Maybe stopping to mack on each other is a bad idea during a routine robbery, much less when you’re on the run from supernaturals.
Doctors know alcohol is just no good for you.
Oh Parrish, maybe don’t tell Lydia your whole dream.
Hate a guy who leaves in the middle of a movie.
This is a bad day for Sheriff Stalinski’s relationships with his son/son-figures.
Oh man, are we really going to do this in the rain?
I feel like Stiles would have been less oblique here. They’ve been doing a good job of making him feel paranoid and self-defensive where Scott is concerned this season, but I just think he would have come totally clean to him at this point.
Stiles is smart enough to not assume Scott knows the whole deal, and I think Scott has a big enough heart to forgive Stiles anything.
Well, it seems harsh, and yet remember how well this worked out for Derek, when he had someone bite his true love.
OMG, these bogfishers make the bears look like cupcakes.
Well that was a confusing conversation Cole and Skywalker just had.
Although granted, only slightly more confusing than any conversation Cole has.
This quest to find the apostate always puzzles me. First we’re just supposed to find her, and then as soon as we find her, without even giving her a chance to talk, we have to kill her.
Guess we were going renegade on that one.
Again, I feel like maybe we could have tried to open a dialogue with the Avvar a little harder, but then again, sometimes a jerk is just a jerk.
Cole is so happy when we help people.
I guess that’s it for the Fallow Mire? Kind of a tiny, dead town.
I’ve been wondering what the debris is that’s bowing around after a fight, but I think it may be chunks of people?
Hm. I guess not picking the romance lock-in with Blackwall on the battlements makes you platonic for the rest of the game.
Oh, this is my favorite guy. The one attacking us with goats.
Off to Tevinter with you, Goat-Guy!
I still think anyone decorating Skyhall in early Tevinter Imperium might not be playing paragon.
Cass and Swords and Shields is the best thing.
Morris may be woefully underqualified, but I like him roughly a thousand times more than Threnn.
Ok, off to the Storm Coast to put down Darkspawn.
Cole’s probably thinking “why can’t we go anyplace dry?”
Curious to know what the story was, behind the Alpha Hurlock that died clutching onto a toy spinning wheel.
Uggh. I hate the cave where everyone decides to go stare at a wall whie a thousand giant spiders swarm you.
So far my favorite banter pair is Bull and Cole.
“What number am I thinking of?”
“RAW AND HOT, TRYING TO OPEN IT, BUT JUST DARKNESS. HOW BAD? HOW BAD? NO, DONE NOW, NO SENSE WORRYING. THE MAN THEY HURT COUGHS, SHAKING, BUT SITS UP. EYES WIDE. NO, NOT A MAN, A WOMAN, CLOTHES TORN. YOU’RE SAFE NOW. I’M IRON BULL. WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO CALL YOU?”
“…Twelve. The number I was thinking of was twelve.”