anonymous asked:

Terrible thought: what if it was Nathan's childhood accident that helped Simon make the definitive decision on who 'won'? Obviously the kid who got sick at the sight of gore and blood wouldn't cut it as a serial killer or rather as 'someone who would do what they had to' (as Simon is likely to have seen it). But the kid who took it all in stride, dealt with it and went back to skiing? Well, he could do what needed to be done without being squeamish

To be honest, this hadn’t really occurred to me, but I assume that this is exactly what they wanted folks to assume from the whole broken-arm story. And isn’t that just fucking tragic…