Tee hee ... SuperFan! Yes, I love it! And to echo what Wil said, what would your lovely superhero costume look like? Would you have a big "TJ SF" on your back? Tights? A catsuit?ThyneAlone wrote:Oh goodness, I've just noticed, I've been labelled a 'Super Fan' since last night! Does that mean I've passed a posting quota or something? 100, possibly? Come on guys - we are all super fans, aren't we?
I assumed that by "feel", they meant it was something to do with the acting method, rather than looks. And yes, Oliver is creepy! I hope the actor is just really, really good at pulling that off, and not that he's creepy! LOL. I always wondered, because some people are insane villains, and I'll hate the character so much that I'll begin to hate the actor. (Such is the case for Carol Bernette. My friend loves her, but to me she'll always be the mean old Miss Hannigan!). It would be interesting to see the guy who plays Oliver as something other than Oliver! Also, the guy who played Howard Epps, as he's pretty darn creepy himself!willowwood wrote:No, I really don't think I could imagine any other people playing the characters we've grown to know and love and I can understand why they wouldn't want the guy who played Oliver to be Zach, for one he looks way too old to be 24(?) (I glad EM doesn't look his age lol), and he's seriously creepy (although that could just be his incredible acting talent). Personally, though I struggle to see how he can be considered to be similar to TJ, but again maybe it was more down to the way he was portraying Zach and the way TJ portrays Jack than the way the guys look physically.
Hmm. This is where my viewing of 'The Incredibles' is going to come in handy. It's going to be a catsuit I think, blue obviously. It will have 'The Big Easy' on the front and probably, as you suggest, Kimber, TJSF on the back. Both will be in glowy sushi. And I'll have mukluks for the feet and a little circlet of white roses on my head. My cape will be a nice, big towel. What do you think, fellow fighters of all things anti-TJ?KimberHodgela wrote: Tee hee ... SuperFan! Yes, I love it! And to echo what Wil said, what would your lovely superhero costume look like? Would you have a big "TJ SF" on your back? Tights? A catsuit?
Good question, Steph. I wonder how old they are. We know that Zack is young, about 24/25 (even though Eric is much older!). I believe Brennan is in her early 30s, or perhaps *is* 30. But Jack and Angela ... who knows! I'm trying to recall if anything related to age was ever brought up, and I can't conjure anything. I would assume, with Jack's three doctorates, and Angela's "worldly life", that they would be in their late twenties at least, perhaps early to mid thirties for Jack.ThyneAlone wrote:Did many people vote 'too young'?
Because I think that's completely ridiculous. They've both been round the block several times - one of them has been married without even knowing, both have been involved in serious and non-serious relationships before - they're hardly dewy-eyed and naive. How old are they meant to be I wonder?
Sorry, but those answer choices have got to be some of the lamest I've ever heard. The first answer is really the only one you can pick, but it comes across like it was written by a thirteen year old. The second answer is ridiculous--Hodgins has to be over thirty, and Angela at least in her late twenties. The final answer? Well, that one is for those folks who don't want a Jack and Angela relationship to begin with. Oh well, at least the first answer got the most responses.KimberHodgela wrote:I just went over to the Fox Bones site (http://www.fox.com/bones), and the featured POLL is this:
What do you think of Angela and Hodgins' relationship?
The choices are: * OMG, they're so cute, * Too young to get married, and *They should see other people.
Well, the thing is that one knows instinctively that Jack will probably suffer more. Angela somehow gives the impression of being able to cope better with emotional trauma, perhaps because she has not shut herself away from it in quite the same way that Jack has in the past, and has maybe not given as much of herself this time as he has. Yes, in the end, in plunging into this 'head over feet' he has made himself the more vulnerable of the pair. So obviously we all rush to protect him, and are as devastated as he is in the scenes you describe!sapphiresilt wrote:Okay, breathe. I do try to be objective, but I know in my heart that I will always side with Jack. And if the writers/producers break them up, I just pray that it's not Jack at the receiving end.
Unless she thinks moving in with Jack would cause her problems down the line (legal ones or otherwise), when she applies for a divorce from the other guy. Then I suppose I could see her wanting to wait until it's all over first.begolden: They should be living together by now. Seems like Angela would move in with Jack as a token of her good faith since she couldn't marry him.
Your guess is as good as mine, babe. Heaven knows he asked her enough times for her to recall it. It's like she and the writers conveniently forgot the fact, and it doesn't surface again until the S2 finale. One of those anomalies, like Brennan first of all not having grandparents and then having a grandfather.TJ4ever wrote:You may have already discussed it, but why does Angela agreed to marry Hodgins at the end of season 2, although she knew that she is already married?
Yes, we've discussed this one to death, but are no closer to a satisfying answer. This is just one of the many implausibilities on this show, and one that we wish would go away! As far as we know, Angela was impetuous, and completely wasted on some local alcoholic drink called kava. According to Angela, she doesn't remember much except for jumping over a broomstick with the guy. She apparently didn't take the ceremony seriously at the time, since she is surprised later to find out that she was legitimately married. Right after the marriage she must have left the island and hubby, not giving him a second thought.TJ4ever wrote:You may have already discussed it, but why does Angela agreed to marry Hodgins at the end of season 2, although she knew that she is already married? I mean it is perfectly understandable that she wants to marry him but I think it was the episode "The Woman In The Car" of season 1 where the woman who interviewed all of them told her. Is there an answer in season 3?
No problem, Steph! I think Booth just thought that Jack was the "original quarry"! He doesn´t now that he has been taken by accident.ThyneAlone wrote:
Incidentally (sorry Simone - offtopic - you made something else come into my mind!), talking about anomalies; I was unsurprisingly watching 'Aliens In A Spaceship' this afternoon to take the sting out of report writing, and I suddenly realised that when someone asks why Brennan and Hodgins have been taken Booth immediately replies that it's because of Hodgins and his incredible wealth. Errrr? Wasn't Brennan the original quarry, and didn't Jack get taken by accident?