Haylijah: Character Development For Elijah

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>To them Haylijah is character development for Elijah. Elijah has remained the same person - he 's just transferred his obsession from Klaus to Hayley. Hayley is like a dumber more reckless version of Klaus but she is more pliable and weak-minded. All those things that you said sound great but it will never happen.

Speaking the unfortunate truth. (sad emoji)

>To me a better direction for Klaus would be for him to get an actual friend that doesn 't enable his bad behavior but makes him see the world in a different way. He could meet up with some of his father 's pack and help them do whatever - without Hayley. They need to have him explore more of his family 's history without the constant need to bait Klayley fans.

That seems like an interesting
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The commercial I saw on TV was of Evelyn Poole singing in the tub full of blood. That 's sooo fucking beautiful! I watched a few videos of Penny Dreadful on YouTube – putting me to work huh? (insert laughing emoji) and I didn 't have to finish one whole video to know that no Phoebe Tonkins could not play Vanessa. There 's no possible way I could see her acting like that. I could be wrong but that....would seem like a drastic change in the way she acts. I like this one : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1BL7LWnn6M In this scene : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zGZGUnADao I tried to Imagine Phoebe in Vanessa 's place and it 's doesn 't fit. Her voice wouldn 't fit in with the rest of them even if she played another accent. She doesn 't resemble the vibe that everyone presents on this show. She just wouldn 't fit for this show as a whole. Not hating on the actress but in a lot of cases only certain people fit certain roles.

>As for Summer Fontana, I don 't like this little girl. She seems lame to me. Plus, she looks nothing like Klaus or Hayley. She 's a red head and Blake/Charlie were blondes. So, I can only conclude that the casting directors were huffing spray paint when they cast this little girl. I mean, she 's a kid, so you don 't need her to put out an Oscar winning performance, so couldn 't they find a kid that at least looks like possibly a child of
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Yes, that 's the movie. I could not think of the movie for the life of me and I kept thinking Radha Mitchell was in the movie. Yes, I 've seen It Follows. It 's one of my current favorites. I love the

demon in the movie! Is it a demon? The demon sometimes looks normal and sometimes looks absolutely horrible - like when it was in her friend 's house and was walking towards her with no shirt, bra all disheveled, no shoes with socks and pissing itself, lol. Or when it goes to the dude 's bedroom door looking like his mom with messed up hair and exposed breasts. He 's just like, "What the fuck?" Even before that the demon is in Long Johns ringing the doorbell to get in and no one answers - no problem. The demon just picks up a rock and throws it through the window. Determination is the key, lol.

Haha this had me weak (insert laughing emoji) Yeah, it 's a demon who clearly doesn 't like wearing clothes. That shit was crazy when the entity threw that ball at the window and Jay looked out the window and then we get to see that the entity is right underneath the fucking window. I would 've seen it personally. I don 't go by windows and just look straight I looked all over haha. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hw0c2kSoy9g That demon wasn 't playing no games

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