Yo! do you have any musical reccomendations for a fellow ITH's fan?
On Your Feet!: gorgeous jukebox musical about the life and career of Gloria and Emilio Estefan, touching on topics that are also the core themes of ITH such as: complicated family relationships, Latinx American as an identity, progressing in business while Latinx American, love, hard work. The music is just amazing, some songs were translated/adapted for the musical, it’s just overall amazing. The original cast featured several members of In the Heights, including Andréa Burns (Daniela − Gloria Fajardo, Gloria’s mom), Eliseo Roman (Piragua guy − Jose Fajardo, Gloria’s dad), Nina LaFarga (Yolanda − Ensemble), Genny Lis Padilla (Carla in the National Tour cast − Rebecca Fajardo, Gloria’s sister). Gloria and Emilio were part of the writing process.
Hamilton: I don’t think I need to explain this. Hamilton is an excellent musical, if you’re not listening to it and keeping up with it, you should. May it stay on Broadway for another fifty years.
West Side Story: specifically, the 2009 revival. It’s very special and, in my opinion, adds an extra dimension to the original in that many scenes between the Puerto Ricans are now in Spanish. Lin-Manuel Miranda did the translations and did an outstanding job (not just in the sense that it’s well translated, but he had such a nuanced view of the characters to pick which lines to translate, which lines to keep in English, etc., adding a very meaningful layer to the interactions between the Puerto Rican characters). Karen Olivo played Anita and is the best Anita you will see in your life. It’s just unbelievable. The story is very well known, a Romeo & Juliet 1950s gang AU, so I don’t think I need to go over that.
Matilda: I know this is absolutely different than ITH but I think that there are similar takeaways to take from this. Both stories, at their core, feature oppression: racist oppression in all storylines of In the Heights, and child neglect/abuse in Matilda. I think both stories have a similar turn of making the oppressed ones stronger by being empathetic towards one another and urging each other forward, keeping a good spirit of love and compassion. I think it’s a very good message and one I got from both of these stories.
Allegiance: an incredible story of Japanese Americans around WWII. The songs are amazing, it features George Takei as a lead character and the story is so very needed. This part of history is often erased. It reminds me of ITH because it also deals with another community erased from its American identity. Especially “Paradise” is a punch in the guts. There are so few musicals about Asian Americans so it’s just as refreshing as In the Heights to see that kind of representation brought at the forefront.
These are the ones that come to mind that specifically remind me of In the Heights and are therefore a relevant answer, but I’d also recommend Waitress, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Groundhog Day, Falsettos, and of course Wicked. They’re all very good stories as well.
Just a quick rant, before I go back to mostly lurking/selfishly using my Tumblr account for information storage and personal progress recordings..
Sooo… why all these new sb… who are just getting their toes wet in the bowl…. jumping so quickly to write up long ass tip posts for other newbies and just cluttering the tag??
Sounds like some blind leading the blind type shit.
You have not REALLY sugared, yet. You have not had your heart numbed and your finances flipped upside down (and sometimes back again) by this industry, yet. You are not a veteran. I can tell, simply by the words you decide to write and how you decide to arrange them.
You feel like you are capable of advising someone on what it takes to obtain a steady stream of sugar safely and without sacrificing too much of your sanity, because one sucker gave you $300 for a lunch date and you’ve read the most popular posts in our tag.
Ask yourself: Are you comfortable promoting your ideas and tips so confidently, even if you don’t KNOW FOR SURE they work, because you haven’t had enough time to TRULY IMPLEMENT AND PRACTICE what you’re attempting to teach?
Getting one wrinkled millionaire to take you on a shopping spree, because all the planets were in perfect alignment and he was feeling generous because you got his old dick excited for the first time, doesn’t mean anything when compared against tips and tricks (hah) that have been tested and proven countless times by fabulous, professional sugar babies who have perfected their hustles and have won the interest of men who PAY. FOR. THEIR. WHOLE. LIFESTYLE.
I’m really not trying to throw shade. I just remember when the tag was full of trusted information from well established sugar babies, who were excellent at inspiring your hustle and were GENEROUS enough to share their experiences and introspections with you.
It is in this way that Tumblr has made me a better sex worker. Honestly, this area of tumblr has made navigating womanhood a hell of a lot easier in general.
I’m thankful for that, and I want this tag to continue to help sugar babies in the future.
I’m just tired of this newbie bullshit. I’m not saying that you have to sugar for a certain amount of time before giving advice; I’m just saying be confident, safe, and just with what you’re telling our girls. Some of them are young and really vulnerable.
And to new sugar babies: for your sake, please learn to tell the difference between detrimental advice and uplifting advice. If that’s impossible for you to do, I’d recommend waitressing instead.
A/N: So I wasn’t able to do Day #2 but there was so many GREAT submissions! This is my very first Sherlolly EVER! I hope you like it! Thanks to @igottomuchfreetimeonmyhands for all the help :) And thanks to everyone who is reading and writing in the #Sherlock VDay Challenge!
Prompt: “I guess this makes you my valentine.”
Molly knew that working late on Valentine’s Day just because she didn’t have a date was sad and borderline pathetic, but she embraced this. Better to catch up on her work than sit at home lamenting her single status. She was keeping busy and managing to ignore the awful holiday.
It had gotten much later than she realized when the door to her lab swung open and Sherlock Holmes came striding in. Her heart leapt into her throat, as it always did when he entered a room, and she cursed herself. She cursed him, too, for good measure, for showing up tonight, of all nights.
“Molly.” he said as a short greeting. He came to a stop in front of the lab’s most powerful microscope and pulled out the stool, producing a vile of God knows what from his long coat and setting it up on a glass slide. He’s only been “back” a few weeks and even though she was one of the few who knew him to have survived the fall from the roof, it still felt odd to see him there.
“Hi,” she replied quietly, but he was already engrossed in his work. She bit down on the inside of her cheek and swallowed down the ache in her throat and tried to focus on her work.
She should despise him, he was rude and uncaring and self absorbed, but no matter how hard she tried, she could not talk herself out of being in love with him. The glimpses of the sweet, loyal, kind, caring man beneath all those negative qualities called to her and she desperately loved him.
She sniffed quietly, not worried that he would bother to notice- he never noticed. She rubbed her eyes on the backs of her hands.
“No big plans tonight?” Sherlock asked, his deep voice echoing slightly around room. It is so unexpected that she jumped and clapped her hand over her heart, startled.
“I never have big plans,” she replies, quietly.
“You do know today is Valentine’s Day?” he replies, not looking up from his microscope.
“Of course I do,” she answers with a nervous laugh. “I am surprised that you do.”
“John was on about it earlier, he mentioned that he had reservations for he and Mary,” Sherlock explained.
“That’s nice of him,” Molly replied, wishing he would stop talking. It was painful enough, being here with him, alone, at night, on Valentine’s Day without him rambling on about it. Thankfully, he fell back into a preoccupied silence and she was able to at least half focus on what she had been doing when he arrived.
After a bit, she heard the sound the the stool scraping loudly across the floor and she glanced up in time to see him leave the lab without saying a word. She let out the long breath she didn’t realize she’d been holding and squeezed her eyes shut. She crossed her arms on the table in front of her and buried her head, fighting against the hot tears that were beginning to fall from her eyes.
She managed to pull herself back together and after splashing some cold water on her face in the ladies room, she returned to her lab. She was shocked to see Sherlock had returned and was standing there.
“Did you forget something?” she asked, looking everywhere except at him.
“Sort of,” he replied. “I forgot to grab dinner. Would you care to join me?” Molly finally forced herself to look him in the eye.
“For dinner?” she asked, skeptically.
“Yes, I was just going to pop around the corner to the diner. They are open late and I like their chips. Are you coming or not?” Not wanting to miss this opportunity, Molly grabbed her coat and followed Sherlock out.
“So, the chips?” Molly asks, picking up the menu after she and Sherlock are seated in the diner.
“Yes,” Sherlock confirms. “There isn’t much else worth recommending.” The waitress comes and they each order a large basket of chips and a soda. Molly glanced around the dingy diner and suddenly wondered if this wasn’t a mistake. Small talk with Sherlock was always dangerous, always seeming to end in some sort of insult.
“Why is it,” Sherlock asked, folding his hands on the table, “That you don’t have plans tonight?” Molly scoffed and looked away, shaking her head.
“I had work to do,” she lied, praying Sherlock would not call her out on it. “You?”
“I also… had work to do,” he answered and she wondered if that was a lie as well. Mercifully, the waitress returns with the chips and they both have an excuse to put the chit chat on hold for a few moments.
“You could have made plans,”Sherlock said after a few minutes. “If you wanted.” Molly didn’t look up or answer right away. She felt a dull ache in her heart. She wanted him. All the time, all of him. And as much as she wanted him, she wanted to NOT want him. She wanted to date other men, other men that weren’t him. She wanted to feel something other than longing and rejection. She wanted to be free of him. Yet here she was, on the one day a year you were supposed to spend with the person you loved, sitting here with the one person who would never love her.
“I have to go,” she said, reaching for her coat and purse, suddenly wanting to be far away from this place. His reached across the table and placed his hand on her arm, stopping her. The contact was so unexpected that she tried to pull away, but his long fingers curled around her arm.
“Molly,” he said, something in his voice making her eyes dart to his. “Stay.” She bit her lip and knew he could see the pain in her eyes. “Please?” She relaxed and let her belongings go. “Thank you.” He turned and signaled to the waitress, who made a beeline for him. “Could we please have the check?” He asked her. “And two of those red velvet I saw in the display case, to go, please.” She nodded and disappeared.
“What are you doing?” she asked, her throat tight with the tears she was biting back. Sherlock straightened up to his full height and placed his palms face down on the table in front of him.
“Molly, I know that I haven’t always been…” he paused, searching for a word.
“Nice?” she asked.
“I was going to say ‘forthcoming’,” he continued. “But yes. Nice as well. But you are very important to me. And while I was away, I thought about you often. And I’ve been thinking about you… more and more in fact…” The waitress appeared and placed the check and small box containing the red velvet cupcake between them in the center of the table. Sherlock waited for her to leave before he continued. “So much so that it’s become difficult to think of much else. I know I’ve no right to ask this, after the way I’ve treated you over the years, but I’d like to start over… start fresh… as something more.” Molly realized she was staring at him with her mouth slightly open. “If you’ll let me.” Without waiting for her to answer, he pulls out his wallet and throws a few bills on the table.
“Are you…” Molly starts, afraid to speak, afraid to ruin this moment, “Asking me out?” Sherlock purses his lips.
“I believe I am,” he says, not meeting her eyes. “You don’t have to answer right now, if you need time to –”
“OK,” she says, cutting him off. “Ok, I’d like that.” A slow smile forms on Sherlock’s cupid’s bow lips and for the first time in ages, Molly feel’s her own lips curl upwards. Sherlock stood and reached out a hand for her, helping her from the booth and led her from the diner.
“I was hoping you would join me back at Baker Street,” he said, nodding to the white box the cupcakes. “For dessert?” Molly nodded, still wearing the same smile. Sherlock tucked the desserts under one arm and Molly under the other as the two headed for his flat. Molly giggled and shook her head.
“What’s so funny?” Sherlock asked.
“I guess this makes you my Valentine,”Molly said looking up at him.
“I guess it does,” Sherlock confirmed. ”I guess it does.”
They’re seventeen (junior year/year twelve) when LeFou asks Gaston if he wants to go out to dinner sometime, and Gaston is so flabbergasted that he says yes.
He lets LeFou pick the restaurant (Lumiѐre’s, of course) and set a date (Saturday at seven), and Gaston is unbearably excited. A dinner date will make what they have official - they haven’t exactly defined what they have is, but everyone knows they’re basically dating. Ever since Gaston stopped flirting with Belle, it’s been ridiculously obvious.
Gaston steals some of his dad’s aftershave. LeFou considers wearing a suit (and the pink bow tie he always wears to formal events), but thinks better of it. This is just a casual thing, right? A casual date at a fancy, expensive French restaurant.
They meet each other there and are both ridiculously flustered. (They’re teenagers on their first date, of course they’re both blushing.) LeFou pulls Gaston’s chair out for him when they’re seated, and it’s adorable. Gaston pretty much dies.
“Tonight, the chef recommends the escargot,” their waitress, Plumette, says, placing their menus down in front of them.
“What does it taste like?” Gaston asks.
“It has a certain… je ne sais quoi,” LeFou offers, showing off his mad AP French skills.
“I don’t know what that means.”
They end up ordering something else (after Plumette explains that escargot is actually cooked snail), and the date goes pretty smoothly. They are content to sit and eat in comfortable silence, and when they’ve finished chewing (don’t talk with your mouth open, Gaston thinks every five seconds), they talk about school. LeFou is planning to study abroad at some point - during college, perhaps, so he can go without his parents. He has relatives in Languedoc (southern France) who would be happy to be his host family.
Gaston recognizes the pianist in the corner. “I’ve heard him at galas,” he says; “he’s amazing. His wife is an opera singer, too.”
For dessert, LeFou gets truffles and Gaston (ever the perpetrator of French stereotypes) orders crème brûlée that LeFou is definitely not stealing.
Gaston offers to pay, but LeFou refuses. “This is a date,” he chides; “I’m going to pay.”
“But my parents -”
“I don’t care how much money they gave you. Just because you’re rich doesn’t mean you have to pay. Let me treat you, Gaston.”
(That’s when Gaston does what all the people in movies do and leans over the table to kiss LeFou.)
When he gets home, Gaston buries his face in his pillow and can’t stop smiling. LeFou is reduced to the same ridiculously happy state.
what show should I try to get tickets for when I go to New York in May?
Oh god, I couldn’t tell you, several of my favorite shows have closed/are closing imminently. I’d recommend Waitress while it still runs but I have no idea if it’ll make it to May. And of course, Hamilton, but I don’t think tickets for May are still available.
Tai Pei Dao: Dim Sum Heaven Hidden in Downtown Dubai
I’ve been tricked, I’ve been fooled and I’ve been faked. That’s what happened to me in my search for an authentic dimsum place in Dubai. Then one day as I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, I saw an ad of an Unlimited Dimsum offer, read all the nice reviews on their page and it’s only down in across Bat Square a few minutes from where I work.
So one weekend, off I went.
Tai Pei Dao is quaint corner restaurant in Downtown Dubai, elegantly decorated with Traditional Chinese decor. As you enter, you’re greeted by courteous staff. First thing you’ll see is the little corner right by the bar where you can be witness a traditional Taiwanese tea ceremony. (Never had the chance to see one tho, but would love to when I go back)
We availed their Unli-Dimsum Promotion (115Dhs with Tea / 90Dhs without). The waitress recommended the Oriental beauty tea spring onion Pancake (quite a mouthful to say) and two of each steamed dimsums so we know what to order for the rest of our visit.
We were first served Oolong tea while we wait for our meals to arrive. Tea served has a full bodied taste, which i thought would be a great palate cleanser after every serving.
I suggest ordering in advance for your next selection when your dimsums arrive at your table because the waiter said that they make it fresh in their kitchen so it will take some time before your order comes out. Nevertheless it was worth the wait.
We enjoyed everything we ordered, the staff would recommend which sauce goes with which one and often they would give you their personal prefference since there’s a variety of dimsums that you could choose from. If you’re unfamiliar with the cuicine you can always try the classic, the chicken siu-mai. Dip it in soy sauce and chili, it’s just the best darn thing you’ll ever taste.
We ended up trying everything in the menu except for the ones that were unavailable like the Tun ting oolong beef wrap and the chin hsuan tea seafood rolled in tofu skin
And for desserts, we had the classic Sesame ball which I’m a total fan off. It was crunchy on the outside smooth with delicious red bean paste on the inside. We also had the Red bean cake which is equally as appealing as the sesame ball.
The pièce de résistance of the whole visit was their Organic chocolate Lava cake. Decadent but not too sweet. And there we ended on a sweet note.
Would definitely come back for more and prior to this write up, I did go back for more.
It was such a lovely place with really accommodating staff but the best part of this place was of course the food.
Tai Pei Dao is located at Downtown Dubai › Southridge Tower 4, Downtown Dubai, Dubai
You watched numbly as he tore through a man, then two more.
Like tissue paper. Tissue paper people.
His neck craned around almost 180 degrees to look right at you through the lens of the camera. For the first time in eight months you looked into the unrecognizable eyes of your twin, his black orbs deeply set and utterly remorseless. Dean x Reader.
Grief | Reader
You couldn’t remember where you heard it, but somewhere you remembered hearing that living with your grief was like swimming in the ocean tide.
Some days you would have calm seas, others you would have hurricanes.
There was no getting around it it. Today was a hurricane.
Have you ever tried to swim inland in a riptide? I didn’t think so. You wouldn’t be here now. You have to swim with the current, not against it.
Grief is the same. You have to feel it.
You have to let it take over, if only for a moment.
Swim with the current. Feel it. Absorb it. Let it wash over you.
Only then will you find that you can swim with the tide and become stronger for having survived.
Sitting in the back of a Greyhound bus on your way into the city you were thankful that there weren’t many passengers. Normally you would have Dean to lean on, even if only for a moment.
Now there was just you and the cold steel of the knife you had stolen.
Pretty Little Liars 4x17 'Bite Your Tongue' Review
Okay let’s just say that I think that this is yet another great episode. 4B has REALLY been impressing me so far, and I’m so glad that the show is feeling just as exciting as it felt in Season 1 again. Overall I am just super happy with the way it’s all going.
Now I just want to point out some things in the episode that I loved most.
1) Intro to the Episode: Aria, Emily, Mona, Mike’s party.
I just want to say that I thought this was an awesome start to the episode. It threw us RIGHT into the drama, instead of taking 15 minutes to build up.
Loved the way Aria was trying to take charge of Mike’s dumb party.
Loved the dynamic between Aria and Emily, when Emily was clearly still so pissed at Spencer, and Aria was really trying to be there for Em, while still not taking sides.
And Emily yelling at the couple making out on the desk? Haha, hilarious! (*slap* “MOVE IT!”)
I seriously love how fearless Aria is towards Mona. She just doesn’t care… the attitude she gave her.
But seriously, what was Mona doing there? She definitely either took something from Aria’s room, or she planted something in there. The way she zipped her purse back up before walking away… That wasn’t put in there for no reason.
And Mona’s comment to Aria about the wallpaper? Is that some kind of a weird clue? Or just a snarky Mona comment?
2) The Outcasts: Detective Hanna and Spencer
The fact that Emily is still so mad at Spencer, is sad. Especially since it is now causing conflicts between Hanna and Emily. I get why Emily is angry, but they will never figure out the truth if they aren’t all in it together.
I love how smart Hanna was being… Using Crime novels to influence her to think like a criminal, in order to get more in tune with what A is up to or what happened to Ali? Genius. A little out there… but hey, still Genius. I commend her for her thought.
And SPENCER IS FINALLY DECODING THE DIARY ENTRIES SHE HAS ON HER PHONE! yayyyy!
3) Insensitive Mike:
For a guy who usually has his sisters best interest at heart, he sure doesn’t seem to care too much about her or her feelings now. What the hell is up with that?
“I’ve done a lot of crap that I’m not proud of” Hmmm, Mike… is this just about your past of breaking and entering? or Is there something more to this?
4) Irrelevant Maggie scene:
Seriously, I’m SO over Maggie and her story line. Go away!
Although, the feelings it triggered for Ezra… Very interesting. “People get what they deserve, Eventually…” Shady, shady… Mr. Ezra Fitz.
Also, when he said this, it said England behind his head on the chalkboard. I know we’ve been told that clues can be found here sometimes, so would that be a hint towards Wren?
5) Detective Holbrook: A legitimately nice cop?
Is it possible we FINALLY have a decent cop in Rosewood?
He seemed genuinely concerned about how Hanna and her mom were doing, as well as being worried that he may have been the reason that they might be doing bad. Is it an act, or is he sincere?
I’m a little suspicious of his crime novel choice, though.
6) How do we know it was ‘A’ who shut off Emily’s engine?
When Hanna and Emily were talking in the hallway, Hanna made a comment about them not knowing for sure that it was A that shut down the car. At first I thought Hanna was just being naive, and I think that’s what we’re supposed to think, but maybe she has a point.
Hanna was very smart this episode, and the reason she said this was because of her sudden interest in figuring out 'A’s motives by reading crime novels.
She said “The sociopathic mind feeds on intricate patterns.” She also said, “If A did kill your car, wouldn’t he own up to it by now?
She has a point, because A loves rubbing it in their faces when he/she does something to them. So the fact that this person didn’t do that, it may not be A. We definitely seen someone in a black hoodie who restored the car’s system back to normal… but we are pretty sure that Ezra is the one that set them up to stall right by his cabin. So maybe Ezra is working with someone in a black hoodie, but they are their own team. Maybe they really aren’t A… Something to think about.
7) Major Hostility:
Emily slamming the locker door and ignoring Spencer, then proceeding to walk away… HARSH.
Mona and Aria’s feud… I seriously love when these two go head to head. But Mona hanging with a new crowd now? Uh oh, Mona’s A-Team: Round two.
8) New Alliance?
Ezra and Mona? JUST, NO.
I liked their last scene together from 4x14 when it seemed like he basically shot her down… Is he changing his mind now? Is he recruiting Mona for help?
And also, she needs to wipe that smirk off her face! She seems way too pleased that Ezra is asking her to talk.
9) It always comes down to the teeth:
This kind of makes me suspicious of Det. Holbrook, as much as I want him to be a nice guy.
This basically leads us to believe that the reason Ali got away with people thinking she was dead, was because someone switched the dental records, or the teeth themselves. So was it Ali? Or did she ask someone to do this for her? Or is there someone else that wants everyone to think she is dead?
10) Jesse: Another Cute Faculty Member
This Jesse guy is kinda cute, in a nerdy kind of way. Not complaining though.
He seems pretty nice, but so naive about who Mona really is and what she has actually done.
He made an "Educated Guess” that Aria was talking about Mona… so Mona must have told him about the feud between her and the liars? Did she tell him the WHOLE truth? Is he her newest ally, to the point that the girls can’t trust him either?
“If two students form a bond, it’s usually because they found common ground.” Okay… so what Is Mike and Mona’s common ground? Mike is seeming awfully shady to me now…
11) Ezra and Emily’s Dad: Did Wayne just clue him in?
The scene starts with Ezra texting to someone “There’s been a set back re: Alison”. re: usually means “in regards to” or “about”. sooo… there’s been a Setback regarding Alison. Hmmm, what does this mean?
Now am I the only one that noticed how surprised Ezra seemed to be that not only was Emily staying in Ali’s bedroom at the Dilaurentis house, but also that Mrs. D seems to act like Ali may “walk through the door again”?
If you ask me, that is definitely a look of surprise… Did Wayne Fields just clue Ezra in to a new lead? That maybe Mrs. DiLaurentis actually knows that Ali is alive? and waiting for her return?
12) Here comes the Drug Problems: Spencer
Very disappointed in Spencer for even allowing herself to try something like this, but at the same time, I’m glad that the show is bringing new and real life teenage problems to the table.
I love Spencer and Toby together, but I do really like Andrew. I feel bad that he came over with hope and that Spencer shot him down. so sad.
13) Emily Almost Stabs Her Father
I think this whole scene is a great symbolization of how much A and Ali turning out to be alive has REALLY messed with Emily mentally and emotionally. She is clearly extremely paranoid, and doesn’t feel safe in the walls of her own home.
AND FOR GOOD REASON, because that Hand print on the window sill was creepy as shit!
14) Spencer and Hanna devise a plan:
I’m so glad that Spencer is working so hard at decoding these diary pages.
That flash back SCREAMED Ezra from the very beginning! I mean, beer? stories? writing? love and death? metaphoric advice? Hollis Bar? Come on, Ezra.
When Spencer goes to Hanna’s house at 4 in the morning, did you notice how fidgety she was? Drugs are already hitting her hard.
I love that they are both coming up with these plans. Hanna to the Dentist, Spencer to the pub. Ready? 1, 2, 3, BREAK.
15) Aria and Maggie Catfight.
Seriously, this whole thing was so ridiculous. I’m sure the “Aria is A” theorists were eating it up though!
Aria going from hostile to sorry in two seconds flat… Whoa. Her hostility was very apparent throughout the WHOLE episode… Towards Mona, Mike, and Now Maggie… even a little towards Jesse.
When she went to talk to Emily about what happened, I definitely think Emily is finally getting suspicious about Aria and Ezra still being together. She said, “ It’s not like you two are still together,” and she totally noticed Aria’s awkward facial expression afterwards.
But the sound of throwing up when the Screen was still showing Mona and Mike making out? HYSTERICAL.
16) British Pub and Board Shorts
Well first of all, if “Hart and the Huntsman Pub” Didn’t clue you in, then the british flag definitely should. This is a BRITISH PUB… nod to Wren?
But of course… who is here? Eating BOYSENBERRY PIE? EZRA FITZ. OMG. Really?
When Spencer asks him what kind of pie, he says Boysenberry at first… then he quickly says, “or actually it might be blackberry, I don’t know, I’m going off the recommendation from the waitress.” Then he quickly grabs the waitress and CANCELS the rest of his order and hurries out. (also he picked up his phone really fast when Spencer approached).
Then the waitress brings the rest of his order anyway… Beer. So obviously, Ezra didn’t want to sound like he himself had ordered the boysenberry, and he didn’t want Spencer to see him with the beer. But that plan backfired because the waitress brought it over anyways, and she even made a comment about how she thought the combination of the two was gross… so, she obviously didn’t actually give that recommendation. And it is none other than BOARD SHORTS ALE.
SO… Ezra = Board shorts? It appears so.
17) Dental Work: Poor Hanna
Whoever did this to Hanna, was DEFINITELY a guy.
This person was completely flat shaped. And had no boobs whatsoever… and the only girl that we know on the show that is that flat chested is Spencer, but she was at the pub.
Whoever it was knows how to use that syringe to give someone a numbing shot though… possibly Wren?
18) Was 'A’ going to hurt Emily?:
The whole situation of Emily in the school totally freaked me out.
I have no clue who this could be at the moment.
Ezra was supposed to be there with her, but he wasn’t (or was he?). We never saw him again after he left the pub… Maybe too obvious though?
Music was scary as shit, and this A was VERY vengeful
Act Normal, Bitch? Really? WTF.
And what I want to know is what A’s plan was… was he/she going to hurt Emily? It certainly seemed like a he. But he certainly seemed like he was trying hard to get in that room with her… usually A never straight up attacks like that… A tries to stay under the radar so no one can see who he/she is. So it kind of makes me wonder if this was actually A, or if this person really wanted to hurt Emily.
19) Episode Conclusion: Reconciliation, Creepy A message
I’m SO pissed that A took that dental sign in sheet out of Hanna’s purse! All her hard detective work for nothing! She was so smart this episode and instead of it helping, it just hurt her.
So glad Spencer and Emily FINALLY made up!
This was by far the most psychotic thing A has ever done to the girls. Really? Performing Dental work on Hanna? Shoving a little tiny A note into her tooth? WTF.
And something else: The message said, “I told you, dead girls can’t smile. Stop looking”. For one: this person REALLY wants these girls to stop looking.. they’ve said it on more than one occasion. and Two: “I told you..”? When Emily got the original necklace with the teeth that said “Dead girls can’t smile,” Toby was the one helping Mona while she was in Radley… so is this the same person? Could it really still be Toby? (theory/idea from prettylittlealisondi)
20) C. Cavanaugh:
I already posted what I think about this. But basically I think It’s definitely C. Cavanaugh that we are supposed to be questioning.. not Chris Vail.