Does this help? photo_2.JPG
Last edited by Kc; Apr 23rd, 2012 at 12:18 PM.
And yes. I would hold a grudge against someone that tried to choke me out when I first met them after they tried to lay a trap to ensare me. They also have (potentially) gained access to my supplies if they succeed in their mission. I betcha part of CJ hoped at least one of them died in there.
She could very well be pleased as punch to let them into her tower now. But if what people are saying is true and Victor's tank was meant to be leaky on purpose...*shrug*
Saul "yours is the Blue one" and Victor was already cracking jokes that CJ likes Saul. so if she was gonna run a potentially deadly test, might as well risk the one you least like.
• It's one of those tower buildings build around an inner courtyard. That explains why it was so hard to get from the rooms where Kalani and Sean were to the area where the weapons were stored!
• Note the bands near the top floor and at the bottom of the picture. These are fairly common on the older LA skyscrapers, so let's hope they're mirrored on the outside.
• This looks to me like there are 10 stories in the "tower" portion of the building, with a lower "lobby" portion forming the base. The pattern is similar to SB Tower, but clearly different. It's probably not the 204 East 7th Street location either.
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Last edited by Cabbage Patch; Apr 23rd, 2012 at 12:44 PM.
I know I'm jumping into the 23rd page of this thread, but has anybody considered that if Saul is immune it may be because of the shot through Tommy and into him? Similar to an immunization shot, getting a little bit of the sickness and letting your immune system build up a natural immunity to it??
Like I said, I'm sorry if this has already been discussed but I don't have the time to go back and read all 23 pages. I'll try to keep up in the future now that I'm current w/the show.
Tanya's reaction to the mandatory examination. Of course, it doesn't need to explain it, the Tanya immunity theory is just that--a theory. I'll run with it. Why the hell not? Good idea, man.
First post, and I'll admit I only read the first 7 pages of this thread, so I apologize if I'm repeating.
Has anyone thought that the trees being dead really has nothing to do with the virus/bacteria/plague/squid/whatever?
Los Angeles was built out of a desert and without human intervention it wouldn't take long for the natural order of things to start returning the landscape back to its natural state? It could be a detail KC threw in as a theory derailment? I know it doesn't seem to fit his MO, but you know writers like to throw people for a loop and intentionally mislead. After all, writers are professional liars. And of course I say that with the utmost respect (since that is what I am currently trying to become myself). Just something to think about.
The one thing that gives me pause, though, is that the characters made special mention of the dead trees and vegetation near Ground Zero. This should be the case everywhere in the city, so for Saul and Victor to make special mention of it must mean that it's much worse here than elsewhere.
This evening a Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to Chicago was met on the runway by a team from Homeland Security and the Centers for Disease Control and the passengers were quarantined outside the terminal for three hours. Fox News ran the story as breaking news. I don't know about the rest of you, but I immediately started thinking "Zombies on the plane, zombies on the plane!"
Turns out it was a false alarm. Here's a link to the CDC press release: http://www.cdc.gov/media/haveyouheard/
Since the water has been shut off, the only way vegetation gets watered is rain. I haven't heard any rain or it hasn't been mentioned in the last couple of episodes. It could be the haze but until we get new info I'm going with no regular watering.