“Life is grand. You know that. The more experienced a person is, the deeper they go into life, the less black and white it is. And that incredibly interesting shade of grey gets to be played. But within that shade, there are infinite varieties, right? So I think that’s just her. The black is the bad guy, white is the good guy. But we all know the true parameters of life lie in between those two. And Flemeth is the absolute exploration thereof.” - Kate Mulgrew, in “A Shade of Flemeth”
it’s all fun and games until you stumble upon those lines and remember that Morrigan grew up with an abusive mother and is now determined not to reproduce the circle of abuse she suffered…Her self-deprecation here breaks my heart.