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I like the juxtaposition of Cheyís scenes, which are a complete fulfillment of all her fantasies, where sheís a super beloved queen married to Ford, with children and such, to Tacoís scenes, which paint him/me as a violent, drunk, jerk. Itís thematically interesting.
Thank you! I've had the ideas for the Chey scenes floating in my mind for a long time.
I was gonna say something similar to that, actually.
I like this episode, but since it's so unusual there are times I've feel a bit clueless as to what I should do next.
Edited by TropesForever on Aug 24th 2018 at 5:40:38 AM
Yeah. Iím trying to not be railroady, but all that does is lend to the confusion.
If youíd like a hint: Youíre at a dead end. The joke here is that the therapist is an amalgamation of people Taco dislikes, and that the ďtherapyĒ is just Taco beating him up. Basically, if you want, youíre gonna wanna check out other places.
All right, thanks.
Expect more tearjerking and possibly narmy times in the Songbird's dimension when I get back on the T:TS thread tomorrow. Or is it later today since it's now officially 4 AM CDT? Ehh, don't care. Good night.
Alright, hi again.
If this episode keep accelerating well, We'll be able to do the two-part finale this weekend!
I might not be here on the weekend, though. I don't know when exactly, but I wouldn't be surprised if my internet runs out sometime soon.
That's okay, we can wait.
You're welcome. ^_^
Well, I just wrote two long scenes for the current episode! Expect them later today, but have some tissues or toilet paper beside you. Nighty night.
Bumping this because people seem to have forgotten that it exists.
So, how about that long death/funeral scene?
I donít know if it was ďsadĒ per se. It was well written, but ultimately, Ford died beloved, old, wealthy, and powerful in a peaceful manner, sleeping with a younger version of his long dead wife. Thatís about the best death you can ask for.
It was really nice. It also seems to have the knock-on effect of lending an extra sense of urgency to the Taco scenes.
Edited by TropesForever on Aug 25th 2018 at 9:13:47 PM
I had an idea in my head that I was hoping you'd go for, where Tropes forces the Self Aware Taco to give in by threatening to stay around. Now I have to find out a way to shoehorn the object into the ending of the episode.
Damn it. I was under the impression that staying would hurt us rather than him.
It would, but Taco would've given in to save Tropes.
Aww. Sorry for screwing it up.
Hey guys! Sorry I haven't been as active in the thread lately. I'll try and pop up as often as I can, but I've been pretty busy lately. Still, I would love to be in the finale if I can!
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 25th 2018 at 9:54:35 AM
Hey, Chey, is there a reason Fussenpepper and Sunny came back to life?
If you're talking about how they got ran over by a car in the Massachusetts episode, Well, they got away just before they got ran over.
No, I'm talking about when Fussenpepper died in the plane crash, and Sonny was killed by pesticides.
That'll be explained in the second part.
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