When the first season of "Gilligan's Island" was released on DVD in 2004, it included a short documentary called "Before the Three Hour Tour." That piece featured materials from Sherwood Schwarz's first attempt to put the show together that indicated Gilligan's full name was to be: "Willy Gilligan." Schwarz purposely dropped that from the finished product. ...
It's not awkward, it's bragging. Badass Boast, Evil Boast, Evil Gloating. In character building it's a feat given to make audience sure who is the villain from the start. Usually with bad puns. Or for fun foreshadowing.
In Bond Goldfinger (I think) the joke was "he's in a hurry he have a meeting with a press" which turn to be him crushed by literal press.
This is just a plausible theory.
I was very disappointed that after training for so long to become this magical creature called Three Eyed Raven, Bran did nothing significant when it was expected of him. He plays no part in the fight against the Night King, no warging his way into the undead dragon to kill the Night King. He just sits there and pretty ...
"Gilligan Whitehead" might be his name, according to another's of Sherwood Schwartz's TV shows.
At the end of A Very Brady Sequel, a movie based on The Brady Bunch characters also created by Sherwood Schwartz, Carol Brady reveals that her first husband was a professor lost on a boat. Dr. ...
As displayed by Sansa, Bran had never expressed any interest in ruling.
(TYRION) He crossed beyond the Wall, a crippled boy, and became the Three-Eyed
Raven. He is our memory, the keeper of all our stories. The wars,
weddings, births, massacres, famines. Our triumphs, mm, our defeats,
our past.Who better to lead us into the future?
He likes screwing with Angel. He knows he's well covered with alibis, but gives those hints to make Angel think he's onto something and then triumphantly glows when watching Angel embarrassing himself when he's not able to prove anything.
That said, I'm having a hard time believing this since up to S8E6 I can't recall any instance indicating Bran has wanted to become King, nor set-up anything to become King.
Take the example of Jon.
At no point did he want to become Lord Commander of the Night's Watch. He even tried to stop Sam from nominating him. But when he was voted in, he did it anyway ...
Eobard Thawne, the Reverse Flash, is the archenemy of the Flash. The TV show can never get rid of him entirely for this reason - they need someone who can challenge Barry step for step, and Thawne is pretty much the only real candidate.
Barry fears Thawne for a number of reasons:
Thawne killed his mother.
Thawne has a greater level of experience using ...
It might sound too plain but the answer is yes. The Film didn't explore it more but in comics ( which this film was based on), Martha as the joker was explored in much more details:
The alternate universe Flashpoint version of Martha Wayne is the Joker (and even resembles Heath Ledger's portrayal as seen in The Dark Knight). After Bruce Wayne is shot and ...
According to Mike Dougherty, it's Behemoth.
From an interview with William Bibbiani for Bloody-Disgusting from 2019.06.01:
For example, one of the titans in King of the Monsters is a gigantic mastodon with human-like arms. [...] “That one is named Behemoth, so that’s a biblical reference, and he’s one of the few male creatures,” Michael Dougherty ...
To understand most of the last season, you need to take a step back. It's also why the season is so irritating to most of the GoT viewers. It's a different genre than the rest of GoT. GoT is mostly a political drama. Season 8 is mostly a parable (with some elements of drama).
In a drama, characters are portrayed as human being driven by multiple, often ...
In S07E07, Samwell Tarly and Bran have this conversation:
SAMWELL: What happened to you beyond the Wall?
BRAN: I became the Three-Eyed Raven.
SAMWELL: Oh! I don't know what that means.
BRAN: I can see things that happened in the past. I can see things happening now, all over the world.
I don't know if "now" means things literally ...
Une: The character's name is not mentioned in the show or in the credits. However, actor Michael Benbaruk's CV
But we don't know what is Une now, house name or character name.
Unnamed Reach Lord
The name and House of this lord are not specified in the TV series. The principal surviving houses of the Reach whose lords are as of yet unseen are House ...
Once Upon A Time took a spin on western literary classics and folklore, but also, in many cases, referencing Disney's animated works, which are also adaptations in and of themselves. Disney owns ABC, which was the network of Once Upon A Time.
Once Upon A Time is an American fantasy drama television series
on ABC which debuted on October 23, 2011, and ...
What I have come to realize being a JJ Abrams/Bad Robot fan for over 20 years is that most of the early TV series (Alias, LOST, Fringe, Revolution, and the very short-lived Alcatraz) had a Star Wars foundation, but with different genre skins (Espionage, Epic Adventure, Crime Drama, Dystopian, etc) on top.
What I mean by this is, most of these ...
Most probably because Eobard Thawne killed Harrison Wells too early and took over the identity that Harrison Wells got no chance to bear a child. Also, there is no Harrison Wells in earth 38 mentioned yet or Supergirl in earth 1 etc etc. So it seems every earth don't have the same person's doppelganger.
In Lucifer, its explained that Hell is where a person goes to punish themselves. Lucifer and his dad have no bearing on people ending up there, it is up to the person. this is explained by Lucifer himself when Cain is dying. this is also why Lucifer punished himself about the death of his brother. pretending not to feel guilt doesn't stop Hell punishing you.
Was Sofia showing up at Cruise's character's funeral crying real or part of the Lucid Dream?
Yes, that was real. This scene showing Sofia at David's funeral wasn't apart of his Lucid Dream, it was a continuation from David's flashback of him killing himself.
When Sofia walked into David's apartment she looked at the door frame, the broken guitar where she ...
We don't know
There are some speculations but currently, we don't know who these new faces are, and as this is the series finale, it will probably stay that way.
A few speculations below:
Maybe Howland Reed
We’ve not seen his face before, and he doesn’t have any sigils on his person. He’s also not dressed like a Northener or a Southener, so it’s ...
No, but I think there is a lot to debate:
I think that while the character has not expressed it, doesn't mean that perhaps this was one desired outcome the first Three-Eyed Raven and/or the role's creator(s) intended to reach...
Jon Snow: I'm sorry I wasn't there for you when you needed me.
Brandon Stark: You were exactly where you were suppose to ...
As the Three Eyed Raven, Bran does not have typical human emotions, behaviors, hopes, or desires. Earlier in season 8, Tyrion asks Bran if he wants to be lord of Winterfell, to which he replies, "I don't really 'want' anymore." This is a very broad statement indicating that Bran has no want of anything, including to sit on the Iron Throne.
A Three Eyed ...
As pointed out by eduffy in comments, this character is decoy Lark. Medium.com
also, have nice details about the character and also provide the information that he is played by stunt actor Liang Yang .
To be sure, this is a show and probably may things happen as screenwriting goes. And one reason we can conclude from the show is that Horik is cunning - why would he lose just his man against Borg if he can add Ragnar's too, reduce some of his own loses and increase chance for victory?
But as historical possibilities, it is very possible and actually very ...