I see your point. Ezekiel did went feral from stowing away on the plane for so long because he refused to accept his elimination, that's true. Still, Chris was responisble for elimating Ezekiel for no reason, other than him being annoying.
But to tell you the truth, some of the fan still sympathized with Ezekiel and rightly blamed Chris in part for Zeke's descent into madness, aside that he was raised with wrong ideals. Ezekiel wasn't really a former contestant, he was left out.
Ezekiel was eliminated fair and square after he caused his team to lose the challenge. I understand with him being sympathized (he didn't deserve that) but somewhat brought it on himself by being a sore loser.
That person who has been messaging you with his Lifetime 'fandom'. He kept askin' the same thing to everybody including me, though, he failed to realize most of us are busy with cleanup & work & stuff.
The most important thing is that you've found your phone :-). Thanks for voting BTW.
Also, today I watched "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" for the second time. Better than the first one. Bossley was more significant than I realized in first watch. Keeping innocent lives off harms way earned him the title of the 4th angel. The good people did a good job with Dylan's emotional weight and struggle against O'Grady and Madison. You might disagree, but Madison have a better motive than O'Grady. At least she can claim she felt betrayed after being thrown out of the agency due to a failed operation, even though it's her fault. O'Grady wanted Dylan dead because she did what she had to do. The fanservice scenes were almost as good as "300 Spartans" scene between Gerard Butler and Lena Heidy. I wonder how this movie would look like if the angels and Lucia Ferguson would apply to laws of physics. If you didn't see it yet, I do recommend you to do so.
She was entertaining enough. If she wasn't a complete psychopath, she could be relatable, with the tear in her left eye when she talked about being thrown from heaven and all. If you liked Lucifer, you'll like Madison too.
Another symbolic facial contrast is Jill Roberts' face at the hospital. She was injured only in half of her face. The non-injured half was just like her usual babyface, hence her ghostface nickname. I know half of her face was meant to show the true monster, and the other one was due to her face being a mask. It's up to debate which half of her face reflects each aspect. Did you noticed it too?
Sorry. I am not. My area of expertise is in cartoons, sitcoms, and a few Live Action shows. I don't usually watch dark shows like 13 Reasons Why but what drew me in was how I could sort of relate to the characters.
2. Hannah had to be replace since she was dead, and her not being on the show anymore is a sign of them moving on which is sadly, the reality of death. Why they had to replace her with Ani, a new character? Idk. Personally I would have had Tyler be the narrator of the third season since he is kind of the male version of Hannah, and it would have been interesting to see the show from his point of view after the whole "Monty raping him in the school bathroom, and him attempting to shoot up the school as a result".
I know many fans (not me. I'm just open-minded) that will take Jack's sword and chase the showrunners for that. Tyler will work better, just like you said, and the good people should know when to finish and move on. You might like Dane from "The Final" too. In a sentence, he's what Tyler could be if he betrayed his friends and became sadistic. They shouldn't dropped Clay thought. He was actually a decent final guy, which is not for granted.
Yeah. The season honestly would have been better if Tyler was the main character. The second season finale had already kind of set him up as one. I think they made Ani the main character since they wanted a character who had a "neutral" viewpoint of Bryce (although honestly she comes off more as a rape apologist) but the plot about Bryce's redemption arc really didn't need to be there at all. Bryce shoukd have exited the story after the second season finale so he could have kept his Pure Evil status because honestly serial rapists are the worst kinds of people, and they rarely change and if they do definitely not that quick.
1. The neutral viewpoint thing outlived itself ages ago. Nothing good ever comes from rape apologists. I consider the option that Ani's actress changed things in meta-level. Possibly having an affair with one of the writers. If you're familiar with "Scream" tv series, I believe Willa Fitzgerald had a personal writer. Ani's actress makes me really upset for all the reasons you've just mentioned, and possibly more.
2. As someone who knows about sitcoms, I have a question about "That's 70 Show": The show always says Kelso is an idiot. But Eric drove Donna away thousand times, not always out of stupidity, made himself the only man in his friends group who never attracted Jackie (It's Jackie we're talking about. You just know something is off about someone when even Jackie doesn't thinking on his direction), did stupid things even outside of his homeland and became even less likeable than Kelso's older brother. Are we sure Kelso is the idiot?
I might need to watch it again, but I don't think Kelso did anything Eric (I meant Eric Forman. Not sure who Eddie is) wouldn't do/haven't done already. You're an expert for sitcoms, so I thought I could ask you.
I didn't watch that one, sadly. I have watched "The Big Bang Theory", "George Lopez", "ICarly", "Victorious", "Everybody Hates Chris", "Family Matters", "My Wife and Kids", "No Good Nick", "Drake and Josh", "Malcolm in the Middle" , "Lab Rats", "The Fresh Prince of Bel air", and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmitt".
Those are all the sitcoms I am into. Feel free to ask me any question about any of them.
You might hate me for saying it, but I realized some grim things about Mary Cooper:
1. She isn't a good person. She loves Sheldon dearly, but only him. She calls Georgi, her best son who did all the sacrifices and raised his own mother for a couple of years, as "dumb as soup". She doesn't care about his devotion and being the real good son. She just invested everything in Sheldon, which she regrets, and doesn't talk with her own eldest son at all because she doesn't get along with his wife. I can totally see why George Senior cheated on her. You saw "Young Sheldon". She kept his head down for at least 20 years (she's the reason he was depressed), physically abused him for 7 months after Sheldon and Missy were born and dehumanized him just for doing the desperate thing. Cheating is bad, but not a cause for dehumanizing. The main reason she appears as nice in TBBT is because of the very low admirability standard. When most are utter jerks, a person with one redeeming quality seems like an angel.
2. She and Debbie Loomis are unidentical twin sisters. Not just because their actresses are related. It's because they have similar personalities, even though Mary isn't a psychopath. Debbie lost her marbles after Hank cheated on her and secretly knows her son's death is partly her fault. Mary secretly knows she invested everything in the wrong son, but she won't admit it because she doesn't want Georgi's wife to have the upper hand. As the adult Georgi is played by Jerry O'Connell, who also played Derek Feldman in "Scream 2", his wife is probably played by Neve Campbell. Mary and Debbie are genetically programed to hate girls who look like Neve Campbell. You might say they can't be sisters because neither of them ever mentioned the other one, except deep south families always denies their rogue relatives.
3. While being more tolerant than the usual Texan, she's still condescending. The worst part is that she's a Baptist (I have a lot to say against baptism) who respect people of other religions to an extent, but respond to Catholics with "I feel sorry for you". It's hating of her own kind.
4. When Sheldon was curious about religion overall, she wanted him to know only what she wanted him to know. Not very motherly of her.
Wow, you really hate Mary. I don't mind this little rant because I don't like her either. She always came off as condescending in TBBT, like she acted friendly but secretly was a bitch. Then "Young Sheldon" really made me not care for her.
My favorite character is actually Beverly due to being a female Sheldon who actually brings unique and funny jokes to the show without eventually getting stake, despite being an awful mother.
1. "Young Sheldon" almost took all the comedy from the original show :-(. Another reason I don't like Mary is that her psychopathic sister was more motherly than her. At least Debbie can claim she loved all of her children and feel real remorse for leaving any of them behind. She was even willing to kill for avenging her son, which is one of the only two relatable motives in her franchise. I have a bad feeling that if Georgi or Missy would've been murdered, Mary wouldn't move a feather about it.
2. Then you'll be glad to see I created her article:
Mary is just the common bad person. Beverly is evil. You do have a point about her being a great hate sink. But I don't agree she's a female Sheldon. Sheldon is Asperger. Beverly is a psychopath. Not sadistic, but Not all psychopaths are sadists, so she's still not my taste of people. Your help at completing the article will be more than welcome :-).
Beverly and Sheldon are similar in the sense that they are both smart alecks who look down on everyone due to feeling that they are smarter than them and constantly make condescending remarks, but yeah Beverly is worse as she's actually tormented her kids.
1. Every single episode showed she understand empathy. Unlike Sheldon, who can claim he studies astrophysics, Beverly learned all sort of psychological ways to manipulate people. She knows what she's doing, but only the moment where Leonard shattered her world with his forgiveness made her care almost like a human being.
2. I'm familiar with "Bell air" and "Drake and Josh". Not a fan. "Lab Rats" is the semi-science fiction series where the male protagonist and the female villain ends up as a superpowered couple?
3. What's your vote for "Thanos vs King Ghidorah"? Whatever the vote would be, you should mention a reason, or else I can't count your vote.
"Lab Rats" is a science fiction sitcom about a man who made three bionic human (Cyborgs) teenagers to take over the world however they were saved by the man's brother who raised them in his lab. He soon met a girlfriend and her son. Together they work to stop the father's evil plan, along with several other supervillains. It has some interesting and dark themes for a Disney sitcom. It even managed to get a Pure Evil in the form of Victor Krane due to being taken almost completely serious, and having a surprisingly long rapsheet.
1. My taste of sci-fi comedies is more like "The Orville" with Seth McFarlane, the movie with Dark Helmet and such. I've heard an interesting theory that McFarlane have a thing for Alex Borstein, and wrote Brian as having a thing for Lois in order to deal with himself being in love with a married woman. What do you say?
2. I have two new theories about "The Big Bang Theory":
A. Mary got Sheldon in high school at the early age of 9 for her own sake. A primitive Texan like her isn't equipped to deal with a child on the autistic spectrum. She wanted him to get away from her as quickly as possible, and her overly motherhood approach is reaction formation. There's no other logical way to explain why a young child finishes high school before 12 and getting into college before 15.
B. Georgie's wife is Sidney Prescott. Sidney left Woodsboro behind for good and wanted a quiet life. Georgie wanted a brave woman who can release him from his mother's grasp. Georgie reminds her of her dead boyfriend Derek, and Sidney was the kind of girl who'll hug him and cure his scars. As Mary and Debbie Loomis are twins and genetically programed to hate girls who looks like Neve Campbell, Mary hates her both because of her own genetic programing and for killing her twin. Sidney can't bring any children, because Jill butchered her womb. For a thickheaded Texan like Mary, a daughter in law who can't bring her grandchildren is all but a persona non grate.
1. I found a website about fan theories. The theory about Seth McFarlane being in love with a married woman is spread all over the web, with the fan theories site too. Should I publish the multi-universe theory about "Scream" and TBBT in that site?
2. Yeah it's dark. It happen in "Maleficent" from 2014. This movie explains so much. It's the kind of things that you might not know, but when you hear about it, it becomes the most logical thing in the world.
We can continue talking on this thread. You don't happen to know who Veronica Harrington is would you? I am thinking about proposing her. Here are her misdeeds:
- She regularly emotionally abuses her son Jeffery for being gay giving hateful speeches about how homosexuality is a punishment from God
- She one time fired Jeffery, froze his bank account and deprived him of a place to stay
- She blackmails Jeffery into dating women by threatening to frame him for a manslaughter
- Threatened to have Quincy's entire family killed if he doesn't follow her orders
- Ordering Quincy to beat Jeffery up if he doesn't disclose Candace's location to her
- Taking Jeffery's sperm in order to arrange for him to impregnate Melissa so he would be forced to marry her even though no interest in her
- She's made several attempts to kill her husband David due to suspecting him of having an affair. She's burned down his mansion while he was asleep, put a hit out on him to get him shot and has put bombs in his cars.
- Ordering an inmate to rape Wyatt while he was in prison
- She killed her husband's new girlfriend with a car bomb that was intended for him
She has no redeeming qualities and no Freudian Excuse except being an narcissistic Control Freak.
The villainy standard is a little high. There are quite a few murderers and rapists but all of them are limited to only a few people.
Does it sound like Veronica does enough to be Pure Evil?
4. I was informed that "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" will come out any second now. I'll watch it, but i'm a little conflictec. As far as I know, Aurora will marry Prince Philip (he better be more interesting than his animated counterpart) and will deal with Michelle Pfeiffer as the true mistress of evil. In fiction, many unnaturally beautiful women are more like Catherine Tramell than like Catwoman, so I have reasons to speculate Michelle's character will be pure evil. Given the nature of the conflict, the new "Maleficent" will be either "The Fox and the Hound" all over again, or a version of "Romeo and Juliet" where Lady Montagu is the exact female version of Lord Capulet, and Lady Capulet will be more like Simba and John Snow. I hope it will be more like a Disney movie than like Shakespeare. Which option would you put your money on?
1+3. Looking forward to this :-). Good decision with reading before voting. You're voting by arguments, aren't you? Or do you want to read before voting as an act of honor, because you vote by characters?
2. A fanfic would be lovely, but I'm talking about the canon. The reasons are listed above.
3. It's the sequel to "Maleficent" live action version. It will take ages before anyone could think about a reboot. I don't think the franchise needs any reboot, but if there way any reboot to make, how would you do it?
Thanks. I will vote shortly. Anyway, how I would do a "Maleficent" reboot? Not sure. I would probably just make it similar to the animated film, except make Maleficent a far more menacing and complex villain since she honestly felt kind of bland and weak as a villain despite being called the "mistress of evil".
1. So you're voting for Rasputin, or do you find Facilier as having better arguments?
2. Thanks. Now, when you say you wish to make Maleficent more menacing and complex, do you mean you want her to be truly evil rather than cartoonish, or as a tragic villain like Daenerys Targaryen? My reboot will be mainly with different actors, very close to the live-action version, and of course, make Prince Philip more than just a cardboard.
3. soon we'll have "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil". As far as I know, Aurora will marry Prince Philip (he better be more interesting than his animated counterpart) and will deal with Michelle Pfeiffer as the true mistress of evil. In fiction, many unnaturally beautiful women are female Ramsays, so I have reasons to speculate Michelle's character will be a Ramsay too. Given the nature of the conflict, the new "Maleficent" will be either "The Fox and the Hound" all over again, or a version of "Romeo and Juliet" where Lady Montagu is the exact female version of Lord Capulet, and Lady Capulet will be more like Simba and John Snow. I hope it will be more like a Disney movie than like Shakespeare. Which option would you put your money on?
1. Yeah voted Rasputin. The Kevin proposal is up next to vote for.
2. It honestly doesn't matter if she is truly evil or tragic I would just make her a better villain. She is just a cartoonish baddie with no real charsima or menace, but I am leaning on making her truly evil and surprisingly dark like Frollo.
1. Spoiler alert: The next episode of "Villains Rap Battles" will feature two Disney villains. I already planned everything out for this episode, but which villains would you like to see in future episodes?
2. For some reason, the tragic psychopath option is more appealing. But I guess a female Frollo can work fine. The question is: What can a woman do to become worse than a rapist? Killing a baby (not just a curse. Outright murder) might do the trick, but not sure.
3. I hope so. Also, if you're familiar with "Romeo and Juliet", here's a new thing I want to know: Recently I noticed that many RAJ adaptations, or even just stories with strong RAJ elements, features Lady Montague is the exact female version of Lord Capulet. Zira is a prime example. If you had to guess, what would you say is the reason? And do you think Lady Montague was a psychopath, even though not as vile as Lord Capulet?
1. By "You write these rap battles yourself?", you mean that you're impressed? If so, then thanks :-). One of the future episode will present a very vile anime villain. What do you think about the judges? If you could replace on of the judges, which judge, and who's your replacement judge?
2. Generally you're right, but I know some women who did things worse than rape: Jill Roberts, Piper Shaw, Beth Whigham, Margaret Goodnight, Sofia Lamb, and presumably Queen La. You might give me a weird for saying it, but I think Tublat is no better than Queen La. She wanted to achieve things. Power and Tarzan. Tublat just assaulted everyone because he wanted to feel powerful. Not having anything. Just the feeling. I'm planning to propose him as pure evil when the day will come.
3. I'll ask someone who know this subject better. Do you have a favorite Shakespeare play? For the record: "Lion King" franchise doesn't count, because it's mostly about WW2, and Zira is a neo-Nazi.
They have the same superpowers, same behavior, same deep hatred for dogs, same omnicidal tendencies, both are the most dangerous and vile villains of their setting, and both are practically immortal. The internet is crawling with explanations for that.
Thanks :-). It's been awhile since i saw this show, so i'm not sure whether Mad Dog raped people, or abused them without rape. For now, i'll just say that if you want to remove him from this category, i won't stop you.
I used to watch it, but dropped after the all stars season. Maybe it's just me, but Mike solving his problems is a great ending which I see no way to continue from there. One must end a franchise respectfully, or at least leaving the protagonists and do another story at the same universe.
True. I personally think All Stars should have been 26 episodes rather than 13 episodes. The Mal storyline was kind of complex, too much so for a 13 episode season. I still want to know what Mal did to get thrown in Juvie, how his reign over Juvie was and more of Mike's backstory in general. The show rarely does flashbacks but I think the season could have benefitted if there were some flashback episodes added to it giving us more information on Mike's past and the actions this purely evil guy (Mal) did.
Given the big bad of one of my original stories took over the prison and made a nightmarish name before escaping, I have an educated guess about Mal: The malevolent man killed accouple of people, got into the juvie and took over the place. I have reasons to believe he killed some of the juvie staff too. Or was it Mike? Maybe Mal is the actual person, and Mike is the mask who took over, and therefore escaped juvie against Mal's better judgement. That can explains why Mal was so quick to take over after Mike got the bump in the head. A reversed Jekyll and Hyde thing. A good alter-ego took over, lived his life as the dominant personality and developed life of his own, repressing the true villainous personality as deep as possible.
My story is called "Chernobyl IL". It's not out yet. I'm working on it for the past 4 years or so, and it will be published in the regular way before it will get online. In short, "Chernobyl IL" presents a nuclear powerplant which get exploded and turned a vast mass of a state to a radioactive borderland, filled with monsters, psychopaths and anthropomorphic animals. Some of the animals were once humans, some of the animals became human, and many other anomalies that became increasingly common thanks to the radiation. I have most of it planned out, in episode 24 as we speak, but that's the short description of it.
Legree was a racist coward who abuse his slaves both physically and sexually He was a horrible man even in these dark days' standard. He could work as a horror/holocaust villain like nothing. If you're familiar with "Pirates Of The Caribbean", I can say for certain that people like Legree are the reason people like Jack Sparrow become pirates.
1. It has some comedy in it but not a dark comedy. It is a Christmas special about a grandma refusing to sell the rights of her store off to a billionaire franchise but the evil, greedy Cousin Mel plotting schemes to becoming the owner of the business and selling it so she can get rich
1. Mel sounds similar to Peter Ludlow. Does the grandma reminds you of the cinematic John Hammond? I purposely talk about the cinematic one, because he realized he's an idiot and tried to make things right. I have a lot of criticism about this man, but I respect his redemption and ability to create.
2. Here are some other proposals you might like. Sorry if you already voted to some:
The only one of those proposals I am familiar with is the Queen of the Black Puddle, and I am not sure she has enough personality to count, on top of that she doesn't seem as evil as a few others. She is a serial killer but lacks the sadism, pettiness and general uniqueness of Katz. I mean, Katz fed people to spiders, turned people into machines to fight to death, turned people into candy, etc while all QOBP does is eat people.
1. John Hammond's evil version. The man who invented the original Jurassic Park (the park. Not the movie). Both versions of this man were arrogant, but the cinematic version realized he's an idiot and tried to make things right despite keeping his ruthless and cunning side, while the aforementioned novel version kept his delusions and cruelty until his last moments. I'm glad Spielberg was smart enough to redeem Hammond. The cinematic version is so much better.
2. Being no worse than Katz isn't a disqualifying quality, just like being no worse than Roman Bridger doesn't make a certain "Scream" villain not pure evil (Beth, Piper and Kieran are less vile than Roman, yet all three of them are widely agreed as complete psychopaths. Maybe Milton is no worse than Roman either. Depends on point of view).
For starter, his cruel experiments on dogs were pure sadism and insanity. His actions were what created Courage's dark and troubled past to begin with. Even Eustace, a man who hate Courage so much that he was willing to work with 2 PE villains to kill him, was horrified from the veterinarian's actions.
Being thrown to outer space is a kind of torture, and i'm pretty sure many of the dogs were killed on their way to the moon. If not pure evil, I guess the veterinarian is amoral. More likely pure evil, because few are the humans that are amoral, but still.
1. Thanks for voting :-). He does similar to Scar. Scar is based on Hitler. The closest thing we have to a French Hitler is Jean-Marie Le Pen. Maybe the good people based "the Iron Mask" version on Le Pen.
2. One of my next PE proposals will be Dean Karny. This guy was Madoff before Madoff, but arguably worse. I don't know when did Madoff become a bad person, but Dean, at least in his cinematic version, was antisocial since 3rd grade. I mean, a 3rd grader burning an arcade for unspecific reason and frame someone's cousin. And it didn't get better from there. When he grew up, he and a couple of other boys (among them was his so called best friend Joe Hunt) came up with infamous Fonzie scheme known as "Billionaire Boys Club". The other boys did it for money. Dean did it both for his inflated ego and for funding his cocaine addiction. In simple words, this guy bought drugs with other people's money in ways that bankrupted many of his con victims. When your friend have a girlfriend, you won't get a kick on her. Neither do I. But Dean hated Joe for dating with her. To make things worse, this girl was the cousin of Dean's fall guy. It takes seeing the movie to realize how many times he harassed and antagonized her. He even kissed violently in the climax. There's also the part that he murdered the sick father of one of the other boys because the latter refused to help them with firearms deals. Strangled the poor man in cold blood with a freaking belt. I just know he was up to no good when he came to Joe's house in the middle of the night. There's a great chance that he was planning on killing his former friend. We might never know, but it fits the type. And finally, he became the main witness in his friends' trial without looking back.
3. Genndy Tartakovsky's "Primal" is an animated series taking place a prehistoric world full with not very scientifically accurate creatures. The series begins after Spear the Neanderthal and Fang the unrealistically small t-rex (chances are she's actually an albertosaurus/daspletosaurus) are forced to unite after a mutated red t-rex and its pack killed their families. The red t-rex is compared to Sharptooth, and so far one of the only two individuals in "Primal" who're actually evil. Other episodes feature tangling with a herd of mammoths (no kidding. Mammoths can kill a t-rex at the same ease as the other way around), escaping from really hungry raptors and rabid bats at the same time (the bats were led by a borderline kaiju spider, and overall were so terrifying that no one, not even the raptors, got anywhere near their territory at night), and most recently a rabid sauropod who killed his whole herd.
Veronica Harrington is so surprisingly evil for a Tyler Perry show. I left out on my effortpost of her that she blackmailed Melissa into sleeping with Jeffery by threatening to foreclose the lease on her house in which her cancer ridden father wouldn't be able to get the medicine he needed, arranging for Maggie to be killed by a hitman, getting Justin arrested and arranging for a group of thugs to beat and gang rape him in jail so badly that he was nearly killed from the assault just because he slapped her one time, and sending more thugs to kill David and Jeffery (her husband and son).
2. Ebenezer Laughton is a Marvel villain who works under the alter ego Scarecrow. I have a theory that Nolan-verse's Scarecrow is based on him. He's worse than his abusing mother. The said mother was drunk and always regretted her short temper, buying Ebenezer presents as a compensation. A normal individual would grow up and respect that, or probably go as far as possible. But our psychopath provoked her to hit him as part of his sick guilt trip. And that's the tip of the iceberg.
3. Yes. I, personally, would use a rodent as a protagonist in my stories. Anti-hero at best, and villain as the usual drill. Disney should've known better than using mice as heroes. It ruined much of "The Rescuers" (Madame Medusa and McLeach were the only good things in their respective films) and make you confused about Mickey Mouse. Currently to writing these lines, the only truly good mouse hero I know is Martin the Warrior from "Redwall" universe. His lookalikes are included under Martin's category.
Have you seen "Murder Party"? I am thinking about making a PE removal proposal for Alexander since he isn't taken seriously and doesn't do much for a film that is parodying a horror, it sure doesn't help that one of the villains in the film kills a lot more people.
Just checked his page out. He does sound unremarkable in terms of wickedness. Borderline with exploitation, and maybe comic relief for the same reason Scaramouche the Merciless and Aku are comic reliefs.
The page says he's a serial killer but for much of the film he doesn't kill anyone just engage in goofy stuff like ordering a pizza and admitting humiliating secrets about himself like how he is actually a fry cook.....he only orders people to be killed at the end and is comically killed by a dog getting high and bitting his privates.... Yeah the film is too over the top and comedic. Nevermind that one of the other villains kills a lot of people which makes him much worse.
He harassed Sydney (Emma Roberts' character), who was his best friend's girl, during the whole movie, even kissing her without her permission twice. The second uninvited kiss was in the climax, when he came to Joe's house for having one last confrentation (very possibly killing Joe), he violently kissed Sydney after a serious verbal fight. Even if we disregard the fact he bought cocaine with other people's money and did things for ego and thrill rather than simple greed, there's the part where he strangled the old and sick father of one of his partners with a belt. The old man had his standards, but Dean killed him for that. With a belt. In cold blood.
The part where he killed the elder was indeed horrible. For the other parts, the article itself says it all. Maybe watching the movie will help you see things from my perspective. I'm not allowed to write links for online watch, but if you'll search "Billionaire Boys Club" in the right places, i'm confident you'll find where to watch the movie. Dean Karny, the man and antisocial personality disorder since 3rd grade, in all his Bathory. Even if we disregard the violent kiss, which is a confirmed attempted rape, Dean is passing the standard both for being the most violent character in the movie and for his motives. The other boys wanted the money for simple greed, and also insecurities in Joe's case. Dean did it for his inflated ego and for the thrill, which is a far worse motive than greed. And the worse part, alongside with the rape, is that he ruined people's lifesavings for buying cocaine. Only a complete psychopath can do something like that.
After talking with a friend, i have a theory about Veronica's off-screen karma. In "Avatar - The Last Air Bender", i heard firelord Ozai ended up in a special kind of prison, where he was stripped from all of his powers. It happens in real-life jails all the time. It's called being quarantined. Chances are Veronia ended up in jail after the credits. She's either on quarantine or murdered in jail. What makes more sense to you?
The Haves and Have Nots is on going. Veronica could end up receiving her karma by the end of the show but currently she is a KH. Anyway, based off the last few episodes of the mid seasom finale Veronica hired a maid who it is implied she is using as a meat shield since she knows David and Jim are after her. It is implied though that the maid has her own ulterior motive so I think at one point the maid is going to team up with David, Jeffery, and Jim. I think Veronica will eventually have Justin killed and the others will use Justin's death to catch Veronica off-guard somehow and arrange her death.
Sounds similar to the way they killed Frank Underwood. His advisor poisoned him, and it make sense if Veronica will be poisoned too. Technically Frank was denied from a medicine to his liver problems, but it's the same mechanique.
Yeah. Despite the show being lighthearted and comedic he is presented as an outright supremacist who gleefully enslaves animals (especially bears) out of nothing more than petty racism. He even built an electric fence to keep them captive and when that failed he tried to have all the bears he held captive killed, even sadistically laughing about it.
Just voted. If you're looking for another funny bears-oriented setting, you can watch "Grizzly Park". The concept of a bear serial killer who kills troublesome teens might sound grim, but the result is funnier than most comedies from the past 2 decades.
Yeah. It's also heavily implied that Trout is based on Hitler. Both separate people from their families, lock them up in a "reserve" (concentration camp) depressing place where they are mistreated and miserable, and even intend to have them burned to death because they feel that humans (Arlyans) are the superior race and all the other inferior races should be looked down upon, enslaved, and even killed.
One of my future PE proposals is based on Hitler too. Happen to read "Animal farm"? So there was Napoleon (Stalin). He was only one of two ruthless and bloodthirsty dictators. The second one is Mister Frederick. The novel gives us graphic details of tormenting his animals. Throwing a dog to the oven (given the dogs in the novel are secret police forces, Frederick's burned dog must be the SA, which were murdered as part of refyning the SS), starving his perfectly able cows (not just giving them peanuts. he wasn't giving them food at all), whipping an old horse to death (Hitler's treatment to the working class was approximately as bad as Stalin's), tying razors to fighting roosters' legs, and further details can be found at articles talking about Hitler. Napoleon was a cruel and sadistic pig, but at least he can claim he wanted to achieve things. Even throwing Boxer to the glue factory was for getting some whiskey. Frederik whipped his poor horse for kicks.
I got an approval and hope for the best. Hope the fact Dodgson is more vile won't get Mills to Donald Love syndrome (where a villain is pure evil by everything but name, but downvoted because there's someone worse).