|Episode Fifty-Nine: Everybody Dies and Lives Happily Ever After
||[Nov. 27th, 2012|06:09 pm]
Episode 59 is live!
SPOILER WARNING: At this point, do we even need to say we spoil pretty much the entirety of Breaking Dawn Part 2?
Thank you to our Senior Sparkle Correspondent Cleolinda Jones (@cleolinda) for joining us (and finally shedding that title!), along with Jo (@mstorijo) and K.C. (@evil_kinegro) YOU'RE FREE, LITTLE ONES, GO FROLIC IN THE GREAT WIDE OPEN!
Although we played a good game, nobody hates Twilight as much as Robert Pattinson. Nobody.
That said, this was actually surprisingly watchable, and even ComicsAlliance agrees with us.
The interview with director Bill Condon we mentioned is magical and absolutely worth reading. Deleted scenes, we needs them, precious.
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Dredging up my memories of high-school biology: every ovum you will ever produce is contained in the ovary from the day you're born, so Jacob would have pre-imprinted on the ovum pretty much the first time he and Bella met, I guess. Normally sperm have a much shorter shelf life, so it would normally make sense for him to not fall in love with Edward because Renesperm wouldn't necessarily exist yet, but it's Word of God that Edward has had that one load of sperm ever since he was turned, so...
I think they must have forgotten about the Amazons' costumes until, like, the day before, and then they googled "amazon" and a bunch of pictures from Xena came up and they were like "YEP SEEMS LEGIT".
Well, end of an era indeed. I'll kinda miss these Twilight episodes because as bad as the franchise is, it was still highly entertaining to say the least.
I am happy to hear Cleo will return for The Hobbit and that KC will be back for Warm Bodies (I did see the trailer for that and didn't think it look TOO horrid).
I agree with Jo about Lee Pace. He did look pretty damn sexy in this movie. He'll be back in The Hobbit though as Legolas' papa, so he'll redeem himself.
Mmmm, Eric Northman...
And now I have the strong urge to listen to George Michael. I wonder why that is?