Why hadn’t she taken a vacation sooner? If she had known it would be something like this then she should haven done so a lot sooner.
Sinking deeper into the chair, she let her long form drape lazily across the furniture as she rested in the shade. She had never been able to enjoy this side of Barcelona before. Usually, if she traveled, it was on the hunt for something. Now it was solely a trip for herself. Some time away to rest and step away from her usual hunting business. Though, old habits die hard and she had heard of some unusual activity a couple of small towns away.
Her eyes flickered open lazily behind her shades as she sensed someone walking up to her and felt their shadow fall across her. Shifting her sunglasses back her, a warm smile crept across her features as she recognized the other. “What are you doing here?”
Jack Arthur Davenport is an English actor from Wimbeldon in London, England. He is best known for his roles in the television series This Life, and Coupling, and as James Norrington in the Pirates of the Caribbean film-series. He has also appeared in other Hollywood films, such as The Talented Mr.Ripley. Later he was part of the ensemble cast in the drama series FlashForward, and Smash, and took the lead role in the 2013 ITV drama series Breathless.
I’ve been stumbling upon theories that Hanna may be dead, if the flash forward sequence was a dream.
It got me thinking…In that scene, the liars say, “we came back here, for you Ali…”
What did they mean by “came back”? They shouldn’t have been leaving Rosewood, since Charlotte’s murder was not solved and they are still suspects. However, if this is the beginning of 7x01… maybe it is a dream?
On the other hand, the quote on the chalk board is referring to Rollins…a fake doctor plotting revenge.
I also noticed Hanna’s tone. She sounded angry, “NOW Alison”. Which could allude to her being angry, now that she has to help Alison yet again. Especially, after she’s been through so much…now that she was kidnapped.
This would make sense, if this scene is later in the season…after Charlotte’s murder was solved.
Are the writers really bold enough to kill a Liar? Probably not.
Therefore, I am going to bet that this scene happens after Charlotte’s murder is solved. The liars are free to leave Rosewood…yet come back after finding something else out.
Uber A probably planned on killing Hanna, but got some news that changed their plans or someone else interfered.
So @dirty-half-dozen posted a Captain Canary Imagine that referenced Flashforward, a show I remember hearing about years ago when it premiered but never got a chance to see (although now I really want to). But it got the gears turning in my head as I watched the end scene, and not just because of that awesome final soundtrack of the building going boom.
So I’ve decided to let the muse run wild by using this as a way to save Leonard, although I’ll divert a little from the imagine. Thank you to @thecrooktomyassasin for letting me rant a little about this.
The last time all of them thought they’d see Leonard Snart was when they dropped the past version of him off on New Year’s Day of 2016, just a few days after he had been recruited by the Legion of Doom. It had been hard for the team, especially Sara and Mick, to have to erase his memory of time travel and bring him back to his present day time. They thought he had miraculously survived only to discover that he was just from the past. They had to say goodbye to him all over again.
Within a week, a miracle happened. The Waverider had been in the temporal zone when they stumbled across something extraordinary. It was the Oculus, or what was left of it. It was still intact for the most part, save for some large fragments. In the middle of all of it was a man in a blue leather jacket. There was no doubt about it that this was the Leonard Snart who had sacrificed himself to destroy the Oculus.
When Sam arrives at her University one of the things she does within the first week is cut off all her hair. She liked to think of it as a symbol for cutting off her old life and letting go of things, one of them being her final break up with Wesley where they decide they just aren’t going to work out long run. While she did get a full ride, room and board included, Sam doesn’t put in the effort that was expected of her. She gets homesick really fast, and develops a crippling anxiety and depression that keeps her from even leaving her dorm. She has no idea what she wants to major in, let only any possible careers she may want. Making friends here didn’t come as easily as it did back in a town where you mostly knew everyone. Sam gets put on academic probation and spends a lot of time sleeping or drinking causing her to lose a lot of the muscle she had worked for. The school finds out about her drinking and threaten to expel her if she is caught again . Her parents agree that she can come back after the first year and try going somewhere closer to home.
Cartman is a Psychology major, and Business Minor. Cartman actually adapts to college life well. She even manages to get along with her roommate, and international student from Spain. She is studying to be a clinic psychiatrist, hoping to open up her own clinic. Cartman even actively participates in the psychology club. She looks forward to rush week and the following initiation into the sorority of her choosing, goes to many college events, and takes full advantage of her college’s rec room. She mostly goes there to scope out the guys, but actually managed to shed some pounds. She cuts off her hair before actually leaving for college, and puts in some blonde to spice it it up.