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'It's always bugged me that Reinette spends the scene in the garden laughing and happy about a woman's death because it means she has a chance to take her place.  It bugs me even more that Ten hears her and and finds nothing wrong with that.'

'It's always bugged me that Reinette spends the scene in the garden laughing and happy about a woman's death because it means she has a chance to take her place.  It bugs me even more that Ten hears her and and finds nothing wrong with that.'

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  1. fogsblue reblogged this from romanovasledger and added:
    Your brain is wonderful, in case you didn’t know :)
  2. kilodalton reblogged this from romanovasledger and added:
    I love you. That is all.
  3. romanovasledger reblogged this from thedelphioracle and added:
    Hi there! I’ll be addressing some of your arguments, as you so kindly directed this person to “lrn2history” and I happen...
  4. heynowamanda reblogged this from kilodalton and added:
    There’s definitely irony in Reinette’s actions. However, I still don’t believe the point of that scene was to show...
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  10. spacedoutmaker reblogged this from whoniverseconfessions and added:
    That’s how things worked back in those days. Think of it this way, if a teacher calls in sick you’re happy the teacher...
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  12. hytro said: It was very regular to think to think like that back then, and Ten know how the society was in that time, of course he would not find it strange. The scene is very correct to that that time.
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