Chapter 10 is Curious is gonna be long… long for Curious, I mean, since those chapters average around 1000 words normally.
I’d make it shorter and go ahead and publish sooner, but I want to finish all of the events of a single chapter of keeping secrets. Solas has a lot to say about the trip to Val Royeaux.
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Director Andrew Stanton explained why he used excerpts from Hello, Dolly! in an interview:
“When I got to ‘Hello, Dolly!’ and I played 'Put on Your Sunday Clothes’, and that first phrase 'Out there…’ came out, it just fit musically… I finally realized, 'You know what, this song is about two guys that are just so naive, they’ve never left a small town, and they just wanna go out in the big city for one night and kiss a girl. That’s my main character.’ And then my co-writer, Jim Reardon, said, 'You know what, he could actually discover an old tape in the trash, and that’s how he got inspired by it, and it’s a great way to show that he’s got a romantic slant.’ So we started looking at the movie, and when I found the other song, 'It Only Takes a Moment’, and saw the two lovers holding hands, I realized, 'That’s a perfect way for my main character to express the phrase 'I love you’ without being able to say it.’”
The vacuuming robot that follows WALL-E and EVE has a robotic version of the song “Put On Your Sunday Clothes” (from the “Hello, Dolly!”). It’s the first two lines of the song’s chorus in electronic form. Stanton came up with the idea of using 'Put on Your Sunday Clothes’ from “Hello, Dolly!” as he had portrayed Barnaby Tucker in a 1980 high school production. Hello, Dolly! composer Jerry Herman allowed his songs to be used in the film without fully realizing how or why. When he saw how they worked in the film, he claimed it was “genius”.
i like to think that Hiro once pasted a bunch of glow in the dark stars on the ceiling above Tadashi’s bed while he was in school to spell out ‘NERD’ just so he could make a ‘sorry bro, deny it all you like, but it’s written in the stars’ joke a few hours before bed to build up to the punchline
With the help of a close friend, Clarke manages to land an internship at Trigeda Industries, a multibillion dollar technology corporation, in an effort to pay off her student loans and get a reference for her résumé. What starts out as a seemingly boring job soon takes a sharp turn when she manages to get herself trapped in an elevator with an alluring and confident brunette that is single-handedly the most gorgeous woman she’s ever seen.
So… just who exactly is this mysterious Green Eyes?