↳Blowup (1966) // 8½ (1963) // The Graduate (1967) // An Autumn Afternoon (1962) // A Hard Day’s Night (1964) // Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) // Made in U.S.A (1966) // Stolen Kisses (1968) // if…. (1968) // Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
I have the strong feeling that *nobody* is fooled by BH's "human disguise". Everyone is completely aware he's in no way shape or form human. They're all just too terrified to bring it up. :D
“Morning Mr. Trueba” *snaps his head 180 degrees around yet keeps walking forward* “OH GOOD MORNING, HUMAN NEIGHBOR.”
“Boss, the Richardsons called. They said something about our dog ruining their flowers? But 5.0.5 hasn’t gone outside since last w–” “OH THAT. They were bothering me, so I glared at them.” “Boss she said they were completely uprooted!!” “Yeah, they started trying to run away.” “………”
(The yoga mom squad probably knew from his first lesson, but they’re probably too nice to say anything haha)
HELEN IS ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN. NO DOUBT. 100% he is NOT human. But whenever she tries to bring this up to the rest of the PTA, the people on BH’s side are always like “what are you talking about?? Looks human to me”
“I saw him eat a live bird at the soccer game!” “And we saw you sprinkle salt on Martha’s brownies at the bake sale; who’s the real ‘evil monster’ here?“
BH’s human disguises are often very cheap, because he thinks humans are “stupid creatures, who would fall for a lamp disguised as a person.” In reality, well, there’s only so much a fake wig can do.