TVD

Nov. 3rd, 2011 08:50 pm
shipperx: (TVD: Damon)
I liked this ep. I'm always a sucker for mythology episodes, even (it seems) rather ludicrous ones. :)

So now we know the origin of vampires in TVD.

And we know that brotherly bond is strong. :)

TVD

Nov. 3rd, 2011 08:50 pm
shipperx: (TVD: Damon)
I liked this ep. I'm always a sucker for mythology episodes, even (it seems) rather ludicrous ones. :)

So now we know the origin of vampires in TVD.

And we know that brotherly bond is strong. :)

TVD

Nov. 3rd, 2011 08:50 pm
shipperx: (TVD: Damon)
I liked this ep. I'm always a sucker for mythology episodes, even (it seems) rather ludicrous ones. :)

So now we know the origin of vampires in TVD.

And we know that brotherly bond is strong. :)

Revenge

Nov. 2nd, 2011 10:48 pm
shipperx: (Default)
Eeeeeee!!!!!!!

This show moves so fast!  And is so damn fun.  And I no longer suspect it. Nolan is now officially my favorite character on the show because of 2 scenes.  

*  The one where he summoned Tyler, dropping his jokey-smirky  facade in an eye blink to authoritative smackdown then flipping the insta-switch back to jokey/smirky.   Awesome. 

* Nolan (notably, dressed in black and un-facade-like)  blithely announcing he's a 3 on the Kinsey scale.   

Fun!   On the other fronts...
Cut for spoilers )
Whee!!


Caught up on Being Erica... and I'm feeling a bit unsettled.  Was I supposed to walk away from that episode feeling that Erica was right in assuming it was all her fault?  Because I don't.  I think Adam was a douche!  

It's one of those things where you wonder whether you're seeing what the show wants to see.  Because... was I supposed to actually think that Erica was being super-controlling?  Because, yeah, she was a little. But she also tried really, really hard not to be and it looked to me that no matter how she reacted she was screwed.  And did I mention that Adam was a douche?

At least I finally feel like they gave me something to hang my hat on in not liking this pairing.  I don't really hold out any hope for Erica/Kai, there's that whole defying time itself aspect.  But, sheesh, Erica/Kai have infinitely more chemistry.

And did I mention that Adam is a douche? 

Revenge

Nov. 2nd, 2011 10:48 pm
shipperx: (Default)
Eeeeeee!!!!!!!

This show moves so fast!  And is so damn fun.  And I no longer suspect it. Nolan is now officially my favorite character on the show because of 2 scenes.  

*  The one where he summoned Tyler, dropping his jokey-smirky  facade in an eye blink to authoritative smackdown then flipping the insta-switch back to jokey/smirky.   Awesome. 

* Nolan (notably, dressed in black and un-facade-like)  blithely announcing he's a 3 on the Kinsey scale.   

Fun!   On the other fronts...
Cut for spoilers )
Whee!!


Caught up on Being Erica... and I'm feeling a bit unsettled.  Was I supposed to walk away from that episode feeling that Erica was right in assuming it was all her fault?  Because I don't.  I think Adam was a douche!  

It's one of those things where you wonder whether you're seeing what the show wants to see.  Because... was I supposed to actually think that Erica was being super-controlling?  Because, yeah, she was a little. But she also tried really, really hard not to be and it looked to me that no matter how she reacted she was screwed.  And did I mention that Adam was a douche?

At least I finally feel like they gave me something to hang my hat on in not liking this pairing.  I don't really hold out any hope for Erica/Kai, there's that whole defying time itself aspect.  But, sheesh, Erica/Kai have infinitely more chemistry.

And did I mention that Adam is a douche? 

Revenge

Nov. 2nd, 2011 10:48 pm
shipperx: (Default)
Eeeeeee!!!!!!!

This show moves so fast!  And is so damn fun.  And I no longer suspect it. Nolan is now officially my favorite character on the show because of 2 scenes.  

*  The one where he summoned Tyler, dropping his jokey-smirky  facade in an eye blink to authoritative smackdown then flipping the insta-switch back to jokey/smirky.   Awesome. 

* Nolan (notably, dressed in black and un-facade-like)  blithely announcing he's a 3 on the Kinsey scale.   

Fun!   On the other fronts...
Cut for spoilers )
Whee!!


Caught up on Being Erica... and I'm feeling a bit unsettled.  Was I supposed to walk away from that episode feeling that Erica was right in assuming it was all her fault?  Because I don't.  I think Adam was a douche!  

It's one of those things where you wonder whether you're seeing what the show wants to see.  Because... was I supposed to actually think that Erica was being super-controlling?  Because, yeah, she was a little. But she also tried really, really hard not to be and it looked to me that no matter how she reacted she was screwed.  And did I mention that Adam was a douche?

At least I finally feel like they gave me something to hang my hat on in not liking this pairing.  I don't really hold out any hope for Erica/Kai, there's that whole defying time itself aspect.  But, sheesh, Erica/Kai have infinitely more chemistry.

And did I mention that Adam is a douche? 

Huh...

Oct. 31st, 2011 08:15 pm
shipperx: (Spangel - Soul Men)
Shadowcat had a meme about favorite scary tv episoddes, which brought to mind the "A More Permanent Hell" episode of Forever Knight to mind... which in turn led me to You Tube. And honestly, until I saw the first few seconds of it again after all this time, I did not remember how eerily similar the opening bars of AtS's "Angel" theme was to opening bars of FK's theme:

Huh...

Oct. 31st, 2011 08:15 pm
shipperx: (Spangel - Soul Men)
Shadowcat had a meme about favorite scary tv episoddes, which brought to mind the "A More Permanent Hell" episode of Forever Knight to mind... which in turn led me to You Tube. And honestly, until I saw the first few seconds of it again after all this time, I did not remember how eerily similar the opening bars of AtS's "Angel" theme was to opening bars of FK's theme:

Huh...

Oct. 31st, 2011 08:15 pm
shipperx: (Spangel - Soul Men)
Shadowcat had a meme about favorite scary tv episoddes, which brought to mind the "A More Permanent Hell" episode of Forever Knight to mind... which in turn led me to You Tube. And honestly, until I saw the first few seconds of it again after all this time, I did not remember how eerily similar the opening bars of AtS's "Angel" theme was to opening bars of FK's theme:

Stuff

Oct. 27th, 2011 09:55 am
shipperx: (Default)
TV is mostly boring lately. It's the pre-sweeps reruns.

* Modern Family was a re-run. I didn't bother to watch (it was on, mind you. I just didn't watch it much).



* A week late on the last Being Erica episode. Eh, episode but... KAIIIIII!!!!!!



* I did watch Suprenatural (late). I thought JM looked pretty good (though age appropriate). The TWOP summary was annoying as hell... but it's TWOP. What else do you expect?



* Revenge. Backstabbing. Spying. Murder. Machinations galore. Yippee! Loved E-manda pegging Tyler and nailing him on his preposterous back story (So how did you land that expensive jet on an island that only has a dirt runway long enough for a prop plane? And why would you suggest that island as a tax haven when they changed their tax laws in the 1980s?) Smart chicks rule! Tyler, your Talented Mr. Ripley routine isn't going to top the female Count of Monte Cristo. You can't con a con, and she has your number. ::rubbing my hands together:: let the games begin. BTW E-manda... glorious red dress.



* So I'm reviewing part of BtVS Season 8 for fanfic and...I still look at it with.. o.O? I can tell by the parts I'm glossing over and leaving out as extraneous material that there's so much about Season 8 that simply did not interest me at all. Too much of it was comic book clap-crap meant for fanboy appeal. The tanks, the guns, the grenades, the military hardware in total, the Nick-Fury-ing of Xander. The 'buck up it's war. People die' patronizing speeches given by everyone from Xander to Andrew (or is that Oz? I swear from the art it's impossible to tell in one panel whether it's Andrew or Oz... I'm going with Andrew, but solely because of the color of his shirt! From the face/hair/posture there is no clue!) Yadda, yadda. This wasn't the BtVS I bought into with the show, and I really disliked their turning it into some weird miss-mash of boy-toy soldier war with panels of generic, nameless girls being lectured to + traditional superhero villain (complete with flying and lycra outfits!). I liked the Goth/Horror/Soap/Comedy show. This stuff...wasn't it.



* Okay, so I've peeked into Days of Our Lives desperate bid to save the show reboot and I gotta call it as I see it -- flop! (bitching behind the cut) Read more... )

Stuff

Oct. 27th, 2011 09:55 am
shipperx: (Default)
TV is mostly boring lately. It's the pre-sweeps reruns.

* Modern Family was a re-run. I didn't bother to watch (it was on, mind you. I just didn't watch it much).



* A week late on the last Being Erica episode. Eh, episode but... KAIIIIII!!!!!!



* I did watch Suprenatural (late). I thought JM looked pretty good (though age appropriate). The TWOP summary was annoying as hell... but it's TWOP. What else do you expect?



* Revenge. Backstabbing. Spying. Murder. Machinations galore. Yippee! Loved E-manda pegging Tyler and nailing him on his preposterous back story (So how did you land that expensive jet on an island that only has a dirt runway long enough for a prop plane? And why would you suggest that island as a tax haven when they changed their tax laws in the 1980s?) Smart chicks rule! Tyler, your Talented Mr. Ripley routine isn't going to top the female Count of Monte Cristo. You can't con a con, and she has your number. ::rubbing my hands together:: let the games begin. BTW E-manda... glorious red dress.



* So I'm reviewing part of BtVS Season 8 for fanfic and...I still look at it with.. o.O? I can tell by the parts I'm glossing over and leaving out as extraneous material that there's so much about Season 8 that simply did not interest me at all. Too much of it was comic book clap-crap meant for fanboy appeal. The tanks, the guns, the grenades, the military hardware in total, the Nick-Fury-ing of Xander. The 'buck up it's war. People die' patronizing speeches given by everyone from Xander to Andrew (or is that Oz? I swear from the art it's impossible to tell in one panel whether it's Andrew or Oz... I'm going with Andrew, but solely because of the color of his shirt! From the face/hair/posture there is no clue!) Yadda, yadda. This wasn't the BtVS I bought into with the show, and I really disliked their turning it into some weird miss-mash of boy-toy soldier war with panels of generic, nameless girls being lectured to + traditional superhero villain (complete with flying and lycra outfits!). I liked the Goth/Horror/Soap/Comedy show. This stuff...wasn't it.



* Okay, so I've peeked into Days of Our Lives desperate bid to save the show reboot and I gotta call it as I see it -- flop! (bitching behind the cut) Read more... )

Stuff

Oct. 27th, 2011 09:55 am
shipperx: (Default)
TV is mostly boring lately. It's the pre-sweeps reruns.

* Modern Family was a re-run. I didn't bother to watch (it was on, mind you. I just didn't watch it much).



* A week late on the last Being Erica episode. Eh, episode but... KAIIIIII!!!!!!



* I did watch Suprenatural (late). I thought JM looked pretty good (though age appropriate). The TWOP summary was annoying as hell... but it's TWOP. What else do you expect?



* Revenge. Backstabbing. Spying. Murder. Machinations galore. Yippee! Loved E-manda pegging Tyler and nailing him on his preposterous back story (So how did you land that expensive jet on an island that only has a dirt runway long enough for a prop plane? And why would you suggest that island as a tax haven when they changed their tax laws in the 1980s?) Smart chicks rule! Tyler, your Talented Mr. Ripley routine isn't going to top the female Count of Monte Cristo. You can't con a con, and she has your number. ::rubbing my hands together:: let the games begin. BTW E-manda... glorious red dress.



* So I'm reviewing part of BtVS Season 8 for fanfic and...I still look at it with.. o.O? I can tell by the parts I'm glossing over and leaving out as extraneous material that there's so much about Season 8 that simply did not interest me at all. Too much of it was comic book clap-crap meant for fanboy appeal. The tanks, the guns, the grenades, the military hardware in total, the Nick-Fury-ing of Xander. The 'buck up it's war. People die' patronizing speeches given by everyone from Xander to Andrew (or is that Oz? I swear from the art it's impossible to tell in one panel whether it's Andrew or Oz... I'm going with Andrew, but solely because of the color of his shirt! From the face/hair/posture there is no clue!) Yadda, yadda. This wasn't the BtVS I bought into with the show, and I really disliked their turning it into some weird miss-mash of boy-toy soldier war with panels of generic, nameless girls being lectured to + traditional superhero villain (complete with flying and lycra outfits!). I liked the Goth/Horror/Soap/Comedy show. This stuff...wasn't it.



* Okay, so I've peeked into Days of Our Lives desperate bid to save the show reboot and I gotta call it as I see it -- flop! (bitching behind the cut) Read more... )

TV Stuff

Oct. 13th, 2011 10:51 am
shipperx: (30 Rock - Liz&Jack)
:
The Middle

Dude, what happened to Sue?  Totally and completely happened to me in the sixth grade (well, except for the blackmail part.) :pets Sue:

Modern Family
Love Phil.  Love Luke.  Enjoyed poor drugged middle child.

Revenge
I'm rather enjoying this show.

*  Revealing what Emily/Amanda did to her shrink -- hooboy, yeah, Emily/Amanda has issues.

* LOL'd at the big ol' copy of The Count of Monte Cristo in the shrink's office.  Someone might want to clue her in that she's now in the story.

* So Victoria did what she did to little Amanda because Little Amanda saw her swipe the computer, right?

* Pure speculation and thus not a spoiler, but Charlotte is going to turn out to be Emily/Amanda's half-sister, isn't she?

*  Tyler... hmm.  What's his deal?  Is he just a stuck up bastard with the talk of  his family?  Is that for real?  And he was stone sober when he did what he did, so...  Someone on TWOP postulated that he had an Talented Mr. Ripley  vibe, and he sort of did.  I like that he has an agenda but it's unclear exactly what it is.  Everyone on this show seems to have an agenda.

* Which brings me to Nolan... who may just develop into my favorite character on the show.  What is his deal?  I've gotten the vibe that his persona in public is every bit as much a fiction as Emily/Amanda's.  He wears all those cliched preppy outfits in pastels and is socially awkward in public (in a very obvious way), but in the flashback in Ep 1, that was not the way he was dressed when he met E-Amanda...and he was already obscenely wealthy at that point so it's not just that he turned nouveau riche.  Also, it's still not the way he's dressed when he's home alone.  And  his home is sleek, modern, and minimalist... which again is not the rather Rococo persona he presents in public.  He clearly gets off on Emily/Amanda's revenge schemes and always manages to enmesh himself in them (in totally uninvited but helpful ways)... and yet there are these contradictions where I can't help but notice that with all his pretenses, he simply must have an agenda of his own.   What is it?   We only have his word on what he's about, but obviously he isn't revealing much about himself.  Which brings me to the question of what's his deal with Jack?  Why the matchmaking of Emily/Amanda and Jack?  On the one hand, is Nolan trying to save Emily/Amanda's soul so that she's not a complete, unrepentant sociopath?....  Or, well, I'm not wrong in thinking that he's shit-stirring. He's deliberately leading Jack to think that Emily/Amanda is thinking/feeling something she isn't (come on, the shrink tape?  1) Emily/Amanda always lies.  2) She knew she was being taped, so she was knowingly lying right then.  3) Since she knew she was being taped and knew the tape was going to be played for Victoria -- because Emily/Amanda was planning to be the one to play it -- she was clearly lying about Daniel, because that's her game.  And Nolan is smart enough and on the ball enough to know all of that... so why is he misleading Jack?

And, you know, given the twisted dynamics of Emily/Amanda and Nolan... I could see myself slipping up and shipping those two.  I think deep down they're two lying peas in a pod. 

Nolan intrigues me.  He's up to something.

TV Stuff

Oct. 13th, 2011 10:51 am
shipperx: (30 Rock - Liz&Jack)
:
The Middle

Dude, what happened to Sue?  Totally and completely happened to me in the sixth grade (well, except for the blackmail part.) :pets Sue:

Modern Family
Love Phil.  Love Luke.  Enjoyed poor drugged middle child.

Revenge
I'm rather enjoying this show.

*  Revealing what Emily/Amanda did to her shrink -- hooboy, yeah, Emily/Amanda has issues.

* LOL'd at the big ol' copy of The Count of Monte Cristo in the shrink's office.  Someone might want to clue her in that she's now in the story.

* So Victoria did what she did to little Amanda because Little Amanda saw her swipe the computer, right?

* Pure speculation and thus not a spoiler, but Charlotte is going to turn out to be Emily/Amanda's half-sister, isn't she?

*  Tyler... hmm.  What's his deal?  Is he just a stuck up bastard with the talk of  his family?  Is that for real?  And he was stone sober when he did what he did, so...  Someone on TWOP postulated that he had an Talented Mr. Ripley  vibe, and he sort of did.  I like that he has an agenda but it's unclear exactly what it is.  Everyone on this show seems to have an agenda.

* Which brings me to Nolan... who may just develop into my favorite character on the show.  What is his deal?  I've gotten the vibe that his persona in public is every bit as much a fiction as Emily/Amanda's.  He wears all those cliched preppy outfits in pastels and is socially awkward in public (in a very obvious way), but in the flashback in Ep 1, that was not the way he was dressed when he met E-Amanda...and he was already obscenely wealthy at that point so it's not just that he turned nouveau riche.  Also, it's still not the way he's dressed when he's home alone.  And  his home is sleek, modern, and minimalist... which again is not the rather Rococo persona he presents in public.  He clearly gets off on Emily/Amanda's revenge schemes and always manages to enmesh himself in them (in totally uninvited but helpful ways)... and yet there are these contradictions where I can't help but notice that with all his pretenses, he simply must have an agenda of his own.   What is it?   We only have his word on what he's about, but obviously he isn't revealing much about himself.  Which brings me to the question of what's his deal with Jack?  Why the matchmaking of Emily/Amanda and Jack?  On the one hand, is Nolan trying to save Emily/Amanda's soul so that she's not a complete, unrepentant sociopath?....  Or, well, I'm not wrong in thinking that he's shit-stirring. He's deliberately leading Jack to think that Emily/Amanda is thinking/feeling something she isn't (come on, the shrink tape?  1) Emily/Amanda always lies.  2) She knew she was being taped, so she was knowingly lying right then.  3) Since she knew she was being taped and knew the tape was going to be played for Victoria -- because Emily/Amanda was planning to be the one to play it -- she was clearly lying about Daniel, because that's her game.  And Nolan is smart enough and on the ball enough to know all of that... so why is he misleading Jack?

And, you know, given the twisted dynamics of Emily/Amanda and Nolan... I could see myself slipping up and shipping those two.  I think deep down they're two lying peas in a pod. 

Nolan intrigues me.  He's up to something.

TV Stuff

Oct. 13th, 2011 10:51 am
shipperx: (30 Rock - Liz&Jack)
:
The Middle

Dude, what happened to Sue?  Totally and completely happened to me in the sixth grade (well, except for the blackmail part.) :pets Sue:

Modern Family
Love Phil.  Love Luke.  Enjoyed poor drugged middle child.

Revenge
I'm rather enjoying this show.

*  Revealing what Emily/Amanda did to her shrink -- hooboy, yeah, Emily/Amanda has issues.

* LOL'd at the big ol' copy of The Count of Monte Cristo in the shrink's office.  Someone might want to clue her in that she's now in the story.

* So Victoria did what she did to little Amanda because Little Amanda saw her swipe the computer, right?

* Pure speculation and thus not a spoiler, but Charlotte is going to turn out to be Emily/Amanda's half-sister, isn't she?

*  Tyler... hmm.  What's his deal?  Is he just a stuck up bastard with the talk of  his family?  Is that for real?  And he was stone sober when he did what he did, so...  Someone on TWOP postulated that he had an Talented Mr. Ripley  vibe, and he sort of did.  I like that he has an agenda but it's unclear exactly what it is.  Everyone on this show seems to have an agenda.

* Which brings me to Nolan... who may just develop into my favorite character on the show.  What is his deal?  I've gotten the vibe that his persona in public is every bit as much a fiction as Emily/Amanda's.  He wears all those cliched preppy outfits in pastels and is socially awkward in public (in a very obvious way), but in the flashback in Ep 1, that was not the way he was dressed when he met E-Amanda...and he was already obscenely wealthy at that point so it's not just that he turned nouveau riche.  Also, it's still not the way he's dressed when he's home alone.  And  his home is sleek, modern, and minimalist... which again is not the rather Rococo persona he presents in public.  He clearly gets off on Emily/Amanda's revenge schemes and always manages to enmesh himself in them (in totally uninvited but helpful ways)... and yet there are these contradictions where I can't help but notice that with all his pretenses, he simply must have an agenda of his own.   What is it?   We only have his word on what he's about, but obviously he isn't revealing much about himself.  Which brings me to the question of what's his deal with Jack?  Why the matchmaking of Emily/Amanda and Jack?  On the one hand, is Nolan trying to save Emily/Amanda's soul so that she's not a complete, unrepentant sociopath?....  Or, well, I'm not wrong in thinking that he's shit-stirring. He's deliberately leading Jack to think that Emily/Amanda is thinking/feeling something she isn't (come on, the shrink tape?  1) Emily/Amanda always lies.  2) She knew she was being taped, so she was knowingly lying right then.  3) Since she knew she was being taped and knew the tape was going to be played for Victoria -- because Emily/Amanda was planning to be the one to play it -- she was clearly lying about Daniel, because that's her game.  And Nolan is smart enough and on the ball enough to know all of that... so why is he misleading Jack?

And, you know, given the twisted dynamics of Emily/Amanda and Nolan... I could see myself slipping up and shipping those two.  I think deep down they're two lying peas in a pod. 

Nolan intrigues me.  He's up to something.

shipperx: (Default)
Heh.  I've seen a few people note this bit.

From EW.com:

Like many of us here at the EW offices, I’m completely and unashamedly hooked on Revenge. The ABC drama about a young woman bent on avenging her father’s ruin is full of fun twists, fancy rich people doing fun, fancy, evil rich people things, and, perhaps most importantly, displays the utter awesomeness that is Madeleine Stowe. But! There is a small nagging issue that has been driving me crazy with every viewing: What is the deal with that dog, Sam?

Okay, so, Sam is an adorable yellow Labrador that our avenging angel Amanda/Emily received as a birthday gift as a cherub-faced kid. Things happened: Fathers were framed and men in scary black op outfits stormed the beach house and nabbed young Amanda, beginning the trauma that will lead her to-yes!-revenge. According to the show’s website, this dramatic act took place when Amanda was nine years old and 17 years have since passed. And yet! We’ve been led to believe that the (very healthy) Lab who now lives with the handsome, sure-to-be-a-romantic-entanglement townie, is the very same “Sam.” We know this because the dog recognizes that this Emily Thorne is his former owner, the once young and innocent Amanda Clark, and so tends to just tail-wag himself over to her house at all hours.

Now, according to the experts, the average life span for a Labrador is 11-13 years and yet this miraculous dog is not only looking remarkably alive for being at least 17, he’s really pretty spry as he jumps on and off that (rather fancy) sailboat.

So, what should we believe? Is Sam magic? Or is this a reference to Homer’s The Odyssey, when Odysseus’ dog, Argos, recognizes his former master in disguise even after 20 years have passed? (Hey, why not, the show is supposedly a modern take on Alexandre Dumas’s The Count of Monte Cristo. So anything is possible). 

Or maybe the writers, like me, just hate doing math...


shipperx: (Default)
Heh.  I've seen a few people note this bit.

From EW.com:

Like many of us here at the EW offices, I’m completely and unashamedly hooked on Revenge. The ABC drama about a young woman bent on avenging her father’s ruin is full of fun twists, fancy rich people doing fun, fancy, evil rich people things, and, perhaps most importantly, displays the utter awesomeness that is Madeleine Stowe. But! There is a small nagging issue that has been driving me crazy with every viewing: What is the deal with that dog, Sam?

Okay, so, Sam is an adorable yellow Labrador that our avenging angel Amanda/Emily received as a birthday gift as a cherub-faced kid. Things happened: Fathers were framed and men in scary black op outfits stormed the beach house and nabbed young Amanda, beginning the trauma that will lead her to-yes!-revenge. According to the show’s website, this dramatic act took place when Amanda was nine years old and 17 years have since passed. And yet! We’ve been led to believe that the (very healthy) Lab who now lives with the handsome, sure-to-be-a-romantic-entanglement townie, is the very same “Sam.” We know this because the dog recognizes that this Emily Thorne is his former owner, the once young and innocent Amanda Clark, and so tends to just tail-wag himself over to her house at all hours.

Now, according to the experts, the average life span for a Labrador is 11-13 years and yet this miraculous dog is not only looking remarkably alive for being at least 17, he’s really pretty spry as he jumps on and off that (rather fancy) sailboat.

So, what should we believe? Is Sam magic? Or is this a reference to Homer’s The Odyssey, when Odysseus’ dog, Argos, recognizes his former master in disguise even after 20 years have passed? (Hey, why not, the show is supposedly a modern take on Alexandre Dumas’s The Count of Monte Cristo. So anything is possible). 

Or maybe the writers, like me, just hate doing math...


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