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In which episode - there was a sentence... Which sounded :: "When you want to conquer the world + you meet obstacle + other people"
I'm trying to find, in which episode, in which scene, this sentence came up.
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There are many moments in season 4, where I actually understood and liked Max.
But the earlier seasons, and even a bit in the ending of season 4, I found her really really annoying especially on 2 things: 1) how she treated Elenor and was angry with her 2) how she was so clingly to Anne Bonny and almost came between Anne and Jack.
In the first season, the terrible experiences Max went trhough were her own fault and not Elenor's and yet she blamed them on her just because Elenor didn't want to leave everything she worked so hard to build to run away with Max.
Elenor sacrficed so much for her in season 1. She tried to protect Max from Vane's retribution. When Vane's and Jack's attempt to set her free from his men under the conver of night failed and Elenor found out that Vane gave her to the men in the first place, Elenor even "exiled" Vane even if it cost her. And then Max says "He didn't do this, you did." And decides to let herself become a prisoner again of Vane's men. She was so stupid.
And then in season 4, she never apologized to Elenor. Elenor did some shady things. She betrayed Vane more than once, but she never ever betrayed Max. She was always loyal to Max and Max treated her like dirt. I like that she sort of tried to be on Elenor's side in season 4, but she never apologized. And in the end, with Elenor's grandma's help Max gets everything Elenor wished for - it felt grating a bit.
I get that Elenor is no saint, but the only real person whi had the right to be angry at Elenor was Charles Vane. Max had no right.
I also hated her clingyness to Anne Bonny. People say there was chemistry - there wasn't. I'm glad Anne and Jack were still going strong in the end.
You all do realize that Flint was always gay right? It's not that this episode had a gay scene which made him gay. He was always playing a gay character. You all liked him as a heroic, villainous, and worthwhile character until you found out he was gay. In a way it's pretty much Dumbledore all over again. You read all the books then find out after that Dumbledore was gay, which had absolutely no bearing on the plot or message of the books, and all of a sudden you hate it. That speaks more to yourselves than it does to the writers, producers, and director.
This response is not specifically for anyone here, it is to the hulu users who commented on episode XIII (13). Sorry I don't have a facebook account so I could not post on hulu, and I'm not creating one for the sake of a comment. It would be great if someone could forward this to the site though.
I got back into playing the old Star Wars Rebellion game recently and when this characters picture came up I was racking my brain on where I had seen him before. Damn if it wasn't Captain Flint himself. LOL
Sorry to say, I found it a MONUMENTAL DISAPPOINTMENT. Oh well, four years of great entertainment with an anticlimactic ending. That's life
Was that the gov's ship that exploded?
Why an English accent when Bonny was Irish?
Why is Flint's crew back on the Walrus?
Thoughts on how she'll come back into the show in season 4?
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Ha. Did anyone else catch the Star Trek reference by Captain Flint during S.3 E.2 when he told Billy to "make it so?" I'm fairly certain that Toby Stephens had a hand in putting that line in the script, as he seems to be a big TNG fan.
I am watching the second episode of season three (XX). Vaneain and Charles Teach are talking about how Teach left Nassau, he says that after eight years there are no longer any Guthrie's in Nassau and he felt it was time to come back.
In an earlier conversation between Eleanor and Governor Rogers she said she was responsible for Edward Teach leaving Nassau. So, if it was eight years ago, and Eleanor is a teenager (say 19), we are supposed to believe she got rid of Teach when she was age 11? The timeline just doesn't add up. Even if she is 20 years old now, she still would've been 12 ..did anyone else catch this? or did I hear it wrong ?
I'm behind... and just started watching Season 2. It was so odd to see Eiselen replaced. I miss him.
At first I thought that Max would be revealed to be Mary Read and later go under disguise as Mark Read with Anne Bonny and Jack Rackham and ride the seas with them but now I think that Max will become the wife of (John) Silver that is never seen in Treasure Island.
Treasure Island quote: Silver is married to a woman of African descent, whom he trusts to manage his business affairs in his absence and to liquidate his Bristol assets when his actions make it impossible for him to go home. He confides in his fellow pirates, that he and his wife plan to rendezvous after the voyage to Skeleton Island is complete and Flint's treasure is recovered, at which point Silver will retire to a life of luxury.
Both, Max & John are very resourceful, crafty, cunning and clever. They work well together and have a great rapport especially when their scheming together and she is the closet person that he can "trust" among the other characters on the show. What do you think?
What an intense moment, Miranda's death was: I can see how it all goes to hell when people, who still try to do the right thing after tremendous dificulties, loose their reasons for rational actions.
I look forward to a revengefull Cap. Flint. It will make an excelent story.
How did Captain Vane get from the fort to Charleston Harbor?
Does anyone else think Thomas Hamilton might still be alive (in the show) ? he could have escaped, or was freed but distitute and changed his name and moved, maybe he might come back to the show.
Who are the two people she had Flint kill on the ship and why?