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  1. He said he got his luck from doing so many of these lucky forgery spells that it "rubbed off" on him and now he has constant good luck.
  2. I hope we see him soon. I don't want to believe that our original Penny is gone. And, as eye candy, I miss my half-shirtless Penny!
  3. Can someone explain why people are so bothered by this? Swearing does not bother me at all, and it makes the show and the characters feel a lot more realistic to me -- this is the way (most) people (especially young people) actually talk.
  4. I'm so happy this show is back, and with a good premiere! But it's been so long since last season that I've forgotten some stuff! What happened to Ghost Penny? Is he really gone for good? Why did Fogg make that deal with the Library? It made no sense even last season, as I recall. Seems out of character for him. Alice's character is all over the place. It's disappointing, since in previous seasons she was one of my favorite characters. It's like they don't know what to do with her now. I hated her scenes in this episode. I'm terrified of/grossed out by roaches, so I literally could not even watch that scene. The Santa Claus thing was stupid. Good things about the episode: -Margo, who steals the scene in any scene she is in -Evil Elliot! Poor Quentin. -Kady & her detective skills. I'm pretty sure that Dean Fogg wrote the comic...isn't his first name "Tiberius"? -DJ Penny I was confused about Kimber/Julia. In the classroom when Kimber is taking the test, Fogg looks at her through a glass like he doesn't know who she is. But isn't he the one who made the glamour disguise spells for all of them? The Library lady mentions it in her conversation with Fogg. And at the end, he seems to know he is talking to Julia. Also, how come he is not wondering what happened to Elliot? If he's concerned about protecting his students, why does he never mention Elliot or seem concerned that one of his students is missing?
  5. Thank you for this! I now don't even want to see the movie anymore, because so many people have spoiled it for me on the TV forums. Nicky is such an idiot.
  6. yeah, it was so stupid and out of character for him to want to join the (equivalent of) the Redhats, after all his family has been through
  7. My theory on this: He was not saving it for Lena, that was just the excuse he gave to J as to why he was cleaning it. At the end we see him torch it, so obviously he meant to clean it and get rid of it, destroying evidence from a murder. Why would he want to do that? My guess is that he wants to find and deal with the murderer himself, and not have the police involved. I think J is FINALLY realizing that he should dump Nicky, all she does is cause him more problems.
  8. I think this is due to Shawn Hatosy being such a good actor, and also that, now that Smurf is in jail, he is the only one of the family who actually cares about Lena and is trying to be a real guardian to her. The others would ship her off to foster care in a heartbeat.
  9. I enjoyed this series a lot and I hope there will be more episodes. The only thing that confused me were: 1. Was that really Gereon's brother at the end, and why did he abandon his wife & son if he'd survived the war? 2. Why did the Armenian want the train of gold? It was obvious what the other factions' motives were, but I was not sure of his motive. 3. Why did the Armenian subtly threaten Charlotte's little sister even after Charlotte had given him all the info he'd asked for? I thought the costumes, settings and cinematography were great in re-creating the look of the 1920s. This was a really interesting show. I loved Charlotte and Gereon as characters and the actors were so good.
  10. I never like to watch things dubbed. I prefer hearing the actor's own voices no matter what language they are speaking. The "voice actors" who do the dubbing are not really acting a lot of times, they are just reading the lines so it always sounds flat. Like the difference between hearing someone just reading the lines of a play versus seeing the play acted out. I think people should just do the extra work of reading subtitles, it's worth it. As a bonus, you can learn some bits of different languages or brush up on one you've forgotten.
  11. Cool, I'm glad it got a chance to continue! It was one of my favorite sci-fi shows.
  12. I heard that SyFy channel cancelled this show...doesn't make me want to finish watching it
  13. I thought in the comics, Prof. X didn't know for a long time that he had a son? It was a kind of depressing episode. In only one of the timelines, David was happy (the one where he was married with kids). That timeline where Kerry cut him in half was harsh. I liked the subtle social commentary about the problems faced by homeless people and the mentally ill. It was very interesting seeing that thermonuclear power of David's -- isn't that a power we have have never seen before?
  14. All very true. And, it irritated me to no end that Dean Fogg thinks that getting meager rations of magic from the library (only after filling out those forms in triplicate!) is better than helping Quinn & Co. just restore magic for everyone. Made no sense.
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