things with lots of significance, asking for directions while travelling, trying something you’ve never had before at a restaurant, unravelling ancient mysteries, the soothing sound when you’re inside and it is raining outside, courage.
George Luz was the first one I was like “yea, you’re my favourite. My absolute favourite.”
The character who is my ‘baby’:
Babe Heffron. BABE HEFFRON!
The character who I do not understand:
Norman Dike, maybe.
The character that I think the show ruined:
Not quite ruined, I guess, but I’m not sure why they suddenly made Webster so important, and John Julian so … green? If it were me, I would have done it differently, but. That’s still very much not ruined. Just. I don’t get it so much?
The most attractive male and female character:
Sounds weird after what I just said, but I think Webster is probably the most attractive? Also … yeah, Babe Heffron. And as for ladies, well there are very few, except for background characters, so obviously Renée, but also those german farmer girls in Points? Does that make sense?
The character death that was the worst for me:
Do not even talk to me about any of the deaths in Band of Brothers, but especially not John Julian.
The character that is the most like me:
I’d be lying if I said anyone other than Lewis Nixon.
The character I think the writer(s) love:
All of them, clearly, but obviously Winters, with reason.
The character that I just want to be happy:
My four favorite characters, past or present:
Babe Heffron, Joe Toye, Buck Compton and Dick Winters.
My four least favorite characters, past or present:
Norman Dike, Evans, the first battalion fuckers who took a dump in Bill’s foxhole and … that drunken fucker who shot Chuck Grant.
webster brought the most high-tech, state-of-the-art tent on the market but can’t actually put it up, even after hours of vain struggling. johnny martin has to help him and glares mercilessly the entire time.
winters tells surprisingly scary ghost stories around the campfire. nixon just sniggers and sips ‘water’ from his canteen whilst the others shiver in fear.
bill guarnere provides the well-timed jump scare with a loud, cackling laugh that sends malarkey reeling backwards into some foliage.
perconte has brought an entire pack of antibacterial wipes to wash his body with, refusing to give in to nature. he insists on doing this whilst out in the open because the tent is too cramped and he ‘can’t reach those hard to get areas’. no one is pleased.
everyone expects george luz to do something. he’s not going to do anything! stop looking at him like that!
lipton, after an unfortunate george luz related tent incident, is forced to share with the intimidating speirs and inadvertently discovers that he wears footsie pyjamas.
liebgott gets his fringe stuck in the tent zip and has to be delicately extracted by eugene roe, who is seriously on edge due to the multitude of possible life threatening situations in the wilderness.