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Amory Felix

7; Bubbles Abound
Amory's bubble will take up an entire street-width. Maybe that is an overestimation, but it will be exceptionally large, large enough that he likely can't go to work.


20; The Worst Of Me

He's not one to give many fucks about being an inconsiderate asshole, but this curse would be a fun excuse to make him as straightforward as he can be! A day for clearing away his usual lies and subterfuge?

31-1; Grab Bag Weekend
No plans as of now! Hit me?

17; Somewhere Over the Rainbow
I'll do this one if I can figure out the best way to translate his intangible wants into a physical (or at least mentally physical?!) pursuit. I want to live or I want to be free from Fate (Fate in his canon, not the dictionary meaning of fate!) are kind of stupid and don't translate well. Maybe his childhood want-- "I want to be an astronaut and g into space?" might lead to funny circumstances idk. STILL TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT.

Olivia Dunham

11; This One Goes Out To

Because the Fringe OST is amazing and every single second of Olivia Dunham's life is fucking dramatic. Also, the opening theme is too short to play on loop.

28; Danbury You Auto Correct!
Because one of my characters had to do it.

31-1; Grab Bag Weekend

Memory theater, definitely. I'm still undecided on what clips I want to show. At least one that gives insight into the everyday freakshow that is her job, another where she's captured in Walternate's lab facility, aaaand...... something else. Maybe William Bell in her body telling Peter that certain events happen for reasons that transcends coincidence? I'll have to make sure the clips aren't too terrifying / disgusting, though.
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Aug. 12th, 2009 11:01 am
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I'm going to unabashedly pimp this series on my journal. Because Reaper needs far more love.

Reaper tells the story of slacker extraordinare Sam Oliver who finds out that his parents sold his soul to the Devil. As part of his contract, he now has to work for Devil, returning escaped souls back to hell - these souls aren't your normal fugitives. Somehow going to hell then escaping lands you fantastic powers along the way. And more trouble for Sam.

While the premise itself is interesting, what really makes the series is its dramedy aspect. Its equal parts humor and drama, making it something light and easy to watch while maintaining a serious edge. If anything, I recommend it for Ray Wise - the actor who plays the devil. To me he is the devil, or at least how I now imagine him in my mind. Dark humor, sadism, sarcasm, and the ego the size of hell all rolled into one tanned bastard.

And even though the series involves a guy name Sam and the forces of Hell, it's not a copy of Supernatural, I promise. It's an entirely different take on the concept. (Why they would name him Sam when Reaper and Supernatural are on the same network? No idea.)

here's the trailer placed conveniently under a cut )

Reaper got weak publicity, so it's not really well known in comparison. At least when you compare it to other CW series. I assume this is in part because Dawn Ostroff (the head of CW) disliked the series, and only accepted it as part of the network because of the strong support shown by others in the network. Rumor has it that she also doesn't like Supernatural or Smallville (luckily the series' popularity overrides her), and looking at this season's programming (Vampire Diaries, 90210l Melrose Place), it's pretty obvious what she does like. But enough of me ranting.

If anyone is interested, here's the first episode of the series!

Reaper Season 1 | Episode 1 (Pilot)


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