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Hey, little lady how you feelin’?

It’s Humma-Boo at the crib just chillin’


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Sep
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Jun
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comment Are Sean Bean's characters more prone to die than others?
I'm not sure this is the best analysis or answer to the question -- first of all, you probably want to look at the percentage of movies the actor has died in, because if someone has been in twice as many movies, they're going to have died in more, but it's not significant. The other (more important for the Sean Bean thing, I think) factor is how many of their most famous roles they've died in. While DeNiro has certainly died a bunch, I think he's lived in most of his most famous roles, whereas Sean Bean has died in his (which is where I think this thing came from).
Jun
25
comment Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
This doesn't really explain the whole necklace part of the plan, though -- she fled because the Fool guy grabbed her and (honestly, even if he wasn't part of the plot, probably wisely) told her that she'd be in danger if she stayed. At that point she had no idea about the necklace but was fleeing anyway. It also seems like no one (who wasn't in on the murder plot) knows anything about the necklace, either, after the murder.
Jun
25
comment Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
I don't think a missing necklace piece would even be a clue for it being related to poison, let alone evidence. And the question about if she hadn't worn it to the wedding is not different: the question asked was "why was it such a complex plan". Her happening to choose to wear it that day is a very important (and lucky!) step that added unnecessary complexity to the plan, at least the way it's presented in the show. Occam's Razor here points to either bad writing or missing information on our part, not a clever plan.
Jun
25
comment Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
Yes, but how does anyone know that? It doesn't really make sense: unless the grandma was going to intentionally frame Sansa (by purposefully revealing the part of the necklace she took, or something), no one would have known the poison was connected to the necklace. Also, what if she hadn't worn it to the wedding? I suspect either they left something out of the book, or it was kind of poor writing.
Jun
25
comment Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
How would it lead to Sansa once Joffrey's been killed? The assassin has the poison now, not Sansa. The entire plan seems a little contrived, the grandma having had to take a vial of poison off the necklace off her neck... as opposed to walking in with it and getting rid of it however she did once the deed was done.
Jun
25
comment Why such a complex plan to smuggle the poison to the Purple Wedding?
What? That makes no sense. The assassin did have the poison (or what was left of it, or its container, or whatever) on himself (or herself). I'm not even sure what you're saying by "the assassin would have to add it to the wine himself". What do you think happened?
Jun
13
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Jun
13
comment Why does Jesse act this way in the Final Season?
So your answer basically boils down to, "he doesn't care anymore". I guess that's consistent with his behavior, but it seemed like he did care at some point before and didn't leave (when he also knew he was in danger). Where would he go? Anywhere! Anywhere Walt isn't.
Jun
13
asked Why does Jesse act this way in the Final Season?