Is no one going to talk about the fact that Bethany Youngs drawing was SENT to Ezra by Eddie Lamb and also Eddie Lamb called Ezra for a ”meeting” after Aria left Radley?
In 5X05, pie scene, right before the hot sex, Ezra says to Aria:
"This is what she did to me. I’m lucky to be alive and so are you. Just like she told you, remember? Shana wasn’t playing a game.”
I know abs are out in the open so it’s hard to focus on the dialogue but once I heard him say that I found it strange that he knew what Shana said to the girls in the theater (when they told her she’s just like Mona and Shana said she isn’t like Mona and that this isn’t a game…)
UHHHH how does Ezra know this? I mean, is there a scene I’m missing where Aria tells Ezra what Shana said? Did Alison tell Ezra? Is this a mess up? Is this a clue? Ezra you being shady AGAIN and you cannot distract me with ezria sex this time because I remember chickpeas and I will always remember chickpeas and think twice about what Ezra does and says ok???
Aria doesn’t seem to find this strange so maybe I really am missing something or maybe she did tell him every little detail of what happened, we just didn’t see that on screen… but if this isn’t the case then it opens up a bunch of options as to how Ezra knows this. I just think the writers said like a million times that there is a clue in this pie scene so I’m checking it out now.
Anonymous said: Who do you believe A is currently?
Wren and Melissa! That is, Wren is Big A and Melissa is Black Veil. They’re definitely a team, given that we’ve seen Black Veil’s costume in A’s new lair and we’ve also seen Black Veil sign a letter as A. So they’re confirmed and guaranteed working together, and what a twist it would be if they’re actually a couple. What better couple for this than Wren and Melissa! And remember the boy from the doll shop in 2x24 who said a man and a women were after Ali.. :)
Was Mrs DiLaurentis protecting Bethany? It would explain why she was on the Board of Trustees at Radley. We know that Bethany escaped Radley on the evening that Alison disappeared and Mrs D received a phone call. It would make sense for Mrs D to say “how could this happen?” if she had been told Bethany had escaped and then for her to tell Alison it was not safe to go out that night.
But why would Mrs D be protecting her? There are clues in the DiLaurentis house that suggest there are twins and I know the writers have said they are not going down the Alison twin route like the books but it would make sense for Mrs D to protect Bethany if she was her mother.
Okay, so I may be late for the bandwagon on this one, but I’d like to talk a bit about this. Because it’s important. VERY IMPORTANT.
Throughout all of Season 9, the fans were not heard. The fans were not listened to. A large chunk of Supernatural’s audience was ostracized by higher up shmucks who don’t seem to understand their audience.
And then I saw this. I saw that for a period of time, there was an #AskSupernatural twitter. And then it was taken down.
People asked the CW genuine questions. They asked about the sexism, the whitewashing, the queerbaiting, the obvious neglect of their true fan base, and do you know what the CW did?
They deleted the #AskSupernatural twitter and Facebook.
Is that how you deal with your problems? Ignore them?
You see legitimate criticism over the major problems in your show, and you what? Pretend you never saw them and go on with your life?
News flash, CW: You’re fanbase is mostly women and people who support the LGBTQ community. Most of your viewership stems from the ideas of Destiel and Wincest. Pretending that your show is a hetero brofest is like watching a really sad version of the Emperor’s New Clothes.
I’m sure they wished they had some mainstream, two dudes kissing is funny sort of audience, but guess what? You don’t. You’re audience are the nerds, the women, and the LGBTQ Community: Major groups of people you have flagrantly ostracized in the show itself.
What did you think we were going to do when you opened up #AskSupernatural? Pat you on the back and give you a cookie?
Season 9 was an overall insult to your fans.
It’s really easier for Supernatural to have Dean in love with a dog than with a male that he’s grown a strong relationship with over the years? It’s easier to make Dean a Demon than to make him bi?
And what about women? Sure, you’re bringing in Rowena, and that’s cool, but you took away Charlie. You’ve killed off potentially awesome women or written them out like Anna, Lisa, Naomi, Abaddon, Jo, Meg, Ruby. Hell, I didn’t even like most of these people, but that doesn’t mean you kill them all off because MANLINESS and needing more pain.
And what about people who aren’t just white males? Ennis was a step in the right direction, but three steps back when you killed his girlfriend. The portrayal of Portia was awkward and insulting at best. You killed off Rufus, one of the only Jews on Supernatural (Being a Jew apparently gives you a 50% death rate on the show). We never saw Missouri ever again. The list goes on.
Then, all of Team Free Will suddenly got specific amnesia on life lessons they’ve already learned as well as huge steps back in character development. Don’t get me started on Dean’s character development.
Not to mention killing off and writing off people who have great potential in growth and character development. Like Kevin, who could have been so much more than a quick death halfway through, or Linda Tran, who gets written off just because Kevin’s dead? And Charlie, who’s transported to Oz and Benny who’s shooed off because the world let him down. I could name more, if you wanted me to.
You ask us to tell you what questions we have. We respond with legitimate questions. You delete your account and never speak of it again. If you already had “bad PR” with your #AskThicke sized twitter problem, then you should get even more horrible PR for deleting the whole thing and IGNORING YOUR FANS. Because, you know, IT WOULDN’T BE BAD PR IF YOU LISTENED TO THE FANS AND TRIED TO DO MORE TO FIX THESE MAJOR PROBLEMS.
People are saying the Supernatural community should apologize to the CW for #AskSupernatural. Didn’t CW bring this upon themselves, though? You expect a fandom that is tired of all the crap it’s been through to just roll over and let the CW kill off every woman and ignore a character’s blatant bisexuality and let the show go on as it is in this downwards spiral of repeated plots and backwards character development?
Shouldn’t they be the ones apologizing for their childish behavior? They didn’t face their problems head on. They’re ignoring them and telling us we’re the problem. Is that really how you should treat your fanbase?