I mean if this isn’t love, I’d like a second opinion.
"No matter how miserable I was before you told me that I was fae, at least I had hope back then that I could live a normal human life one day if I wanted to."
"Do you want a normal life? The picket fence and the kids?"
"I wanna know that it’s my choice to make, not theirs. Lou-Anne made her choice and look at what they did to her. If I just left that go, if I just let them get away with it, then what chance do I have at living a life of my own? And who would want to live it with me."
So maxing out credit cards and Bo’s holes was more important that watching Lauren come to terms with everything she has lived.
The SYFY version GUTS this pivotal moment, (via JF) with all its nuance. She doesn’t say anything in parts, but thats WHY it’s powerful. Its a small minute walk in silence as you see it wash all over her face. What an unbelievably poor decision.
It wasn’t a decision imo, JF just couldn’t contain himself for not cutting Lauren out. #ranting #iambiased
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Talk about how to ruin a scene, well done Bo.
"For giving me the freedom to love, and I do. Forever.” - Lauren Lewis to Bo Dennis
Why the heck did they edit the last word out? That was so warming and beautiful. I really miss these two being together.