Jason, did you have the whole script (or your section) or just your lines?
I ask because you say the line, "He's dying." Did you know that you were talking about angel?
If you knew how crazy was that?
If not, what did you think?
Ask Dr. Jason what he has a doctorate in
Ask Dr. Jason what his opinion is on the outbreak? He has medical experience! We have an opportunity to get a VERY educated opinion on how little ones are created, what the behemoths could be, and how the haze could affect the human body in such a way as to create a rage-zombie-type person.
This was totally my own idea.
I'm curious if, as a medical professional, Dr. Jason has any opinion on how Ft. Irwin is managing disease control? What measures does he think Irwin or Boulder should take in regards to the zombie outbreak? Can he think of any less then obvious issues Boulder or Irwin might have in the general practice of medicine?
Don't know if there are good answers to that, but, would certainly be interesting to hear ideas!
I have been missin a few forum discussions lately, so forgive me if it has been mentioned elsewhere: in the last WND you guys discuss possible motives behind the decision Scratch made of keeping Lizzie safe. I did not hear you mention the following possibility:
during the first reading live, the lovely Jenna said during the Q&A session that we would discover something about the past of not-so-lovely Scratch which will paint her in a different way. She also mentioned, when you had her interviewed on WND, that she could not deliver a certain (unknown to us) line until KC told her something about Scratch and then she got it right immediately.
I think there is the possibility that Scratch had a miscarriage in the past, or was raped or had some kind of brutal experience in that "area", and upon walking in on Tardust trying to rape Lizzie this past experience flashed on her, she felt sympathetic with Lizzie and intervened - in a brutal way according to her nature- to prevent it from happening. This would be the only thing resembling a human gesture from her ever in the series, as even with Angel she was maternal and caring only to extract information from him, and she would never admit to it, but it makes sense to me. In this hypothesis, the line Jenna had to deliver many times before KC told her that certain something was the "You're sick..." line.
Chapter 21 discussions. The way way Scratch suddenly took an interest in how Lizzy kept puking, "You're sick, aren't you?" You could tell there was a lot on her mind and that suspicions of Lizzy being pregnant were on her mind. Despite folks saying that Scratch is the type to be so cold as to kill a pregnant woman, I have to disagree. She may kill Lizzy after she gives birth, but I don't think she'd want an unborn infants blood on her hands. Besides, I imagine children are missed in this world. Think of the movie Children of Men (one of my all time favorites); in that dystopian future, the baby represented hope. The birth of Lizzy's baby could be the turning point in the story.
There is no spoon. - Neo