Watch your step, young man. We all remember what happened the last time you climbed out the window...
I KNEW IT! Out the window like issue ten!!!! <3 Nathan!!!! (sorry, exhasted college student typing before bed…)
Gah! Why so late tonight?!?!?
Oooh, this window-escape is much Sexier. I want a poster of that shot. lol
VI: Uh-oh, don’t mess with the Bar-maid, dude. She’s already proven herself formidable.
Yeah, about the barmaid, some people say she remind’s them of “Sooki”. Would that be the Sooki from “Gilmore Girls”? That’s the only caucasian person I can think of with that name.
Not a clue!
Possibly it’s that other Sookie from Bon Temps, Louisiana, mayhaps?
Yes to WHICH Sooki?
@Lora: Were such women actually called “barmaids” at that time? I want to say “serving wench” but that sounds too medieval/renaissance-ish.
You know, I’m not sure what the were called. I’m fairly certain it wasn’t ‘serving wench’ however. ;)
He escaped! *Does a happy dance*
Sticks tongue out at Rogers. Ha! There goes Roger’s neighborhood!
Nathan, you are a window escapee artist!
Except when it comes to escaping from a window onto a tree branch.
Now Nathan, if you have to fall again, try to land somewhere other than your junk, mmkay?
Also, I’m kinda wishing for a rooftop scramble now. Here’s hoping….
Barmaid: “No! I gave at the office, I’m allergic to cookies, and I have no further need of visitors, well-wishers, or distant relations!”
Barmaid: “Thank you, I’m fine.”
Rogers: “I meant, are you here for drugs?”
Barmaid: “….What are you here for?”
(Come on, Charlie Sheen as Rogers? Tell me that’s not cool)
I can actually kind of see that happening.
Your Ferris Bueller reference is full of win!! :)
:-D Thanks, and I’m wondering how long I can keep the Bueller stuff up (Bea’s speech last post, for instance, reposted below)
“The key to changing history is the puppy eyes. They’re unbelievably childlike and pathetic….I’m a big believer in them. A lot of people will tell you that some sort of foreknowledge is a dead lock, but, uh… you get a religious nutjob, you could wind up in a stockade. That’s worse than school. You fake hysteria, and when you’re bent over, moaning, you lick your hands and rub your face and eyes, making them look moist and red. It’s a little childish and stupid, but then, so is war.”
Yes! Very impressive window scene. Who modeled for that? :)
You know…. I was just thinking of how this seems like a spiderman move!
Hahahaha! I totally believe it.
Too bad Nathan was never bitten by a radioactive spider and thereby acquire it’s abilities. He would have just beat the crap out of Rogers and his goons instead of having to hightail it out the window. But then where could you find radioactivity in the 18th century, anyway?
From Dr. Franklin’s electric rod, of course!
Lest Ms. Innes upset women of science, Madame Curie is credited with the discovery of radioactivity and the unstable element radium circa 1890s. Dr. Franklin was busy learning more about (but not discovering) electricity. A memorable epitaph: ” He snatched lightning from the heavens and the sceptor from tyrants.”
Sam, I love that you struggle to bring legitimacy and learning to my comments section. You are the best!
Agreed. Where WOULD we be without Dr. Sam?
We’d still be trying to treat Alan for tuberculosis.
…or advocating that the school nurse treat Bea with leeches or a fleam. Threatening application of those particular treatments are a sure cure for malingering.
Hey! I saw that desk calendar on the nurse’s desk!! Though to echo Caera’s comments, I’d say this whole page is all about exceptional attention to detail. Heehee. ;)
I was pointedly ignoring the date. I am sure it means Nathan is not in the all clear. And from what I know…*goes back to focusing on sexy window jump*
High-five for Miss Smith’s astute perception.
Wait a minute…! YOU should not be here! Bea is legitimately sick. She’ll be back to class with a signed note.
Now move along… move along. These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.
If the dates are indeed the same in both centuries then it’s not looking good for Bea’s chances of being able to do anything about this. :(
How can those two guys sleep through all that? Did they have sleeping pills back then, or did they just have a bit too much to drink? Also, I like Yvette’s alibi but I don’t see how it will get Bea out of there.
They had too much of Dr. Warren’s secret flip recipe.
Ah, THAT would explain why they’re both still sleeping like logs despite that infernal racket.
Where’s the action/Bond music? They’re all being pretty epic on this page!
How about the Mission Impossible theme? XD
Nah, Too modern sounding. For this I’m thinking of something like the theme from the 1940 movie “Mark of Zorro”.
No! The Indiana Jones theme! Dah dah-dah dah, dah dah dah, dah dah-dah DAH, dah dah-dah dah dah…..
Right then, let’s compromise. Indiana Jones theme for the escape scene, and Zorro theme for any sword fight scenes that may come up, which admittedly seems rather unlikely. We’ll just save the more “modern” sounding music for the 21st century scenes.
Agreed, provided its composed by one of the following :
-Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert
-Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
Some kind of classical modernism with a slight rock edge, is what I’m going for. Any other names that might fit that?
No other names come to mind, but the music should convey Bea’s anguish and turmoil over this situation she’s found herself in, and I don’t just mean the Nathan part. Oh heck, if it was up to me I’d go with Taylor Swift. She’s pretty good with those troubled romance-type songs and the current triangle of Bea-Alan-Ben fits that description.
Rogers: “Where is that boy?!”
Barmaid: “Excuse me, sir, but he’s out of your neighborhood now.”
Yvette is way smoother at the “fake reasons to visit the nurse’s office” thing than Bea. Not that Yvette’s reason would let her lay down and possibly nap, or get her out of school to go home and nap. I’m just saying, in the realm of plausible lies, Yvette’s is better because, well, it’s not like the nurse is going to check on it or something.
HA! “it’s not like the nurse is going to check on it.” LOL!!
You made me laugh, so….!
Brent — 1
Jen — 1
Caera — 1
David — 1
@Jen: Oh, well played!
I, too, paused for a long moment to admire Nathan’s defenestration form – he’s obviously been working on it.
Reminds me of Stephen Wright’s line: “I had a friend who was born by Caesarian section. Whenever he wanted to leave a room, he went out through the window.” I’m not exactly sure what that says about Dr. Warren’s propensity to *enter* every room through the window. Maybe he was just a very confused doctor. And hopefully, his medical students reviewed their anatomy texts on their own time…
LOL!! That quote is hilarious.
How did I *just* notice that Yvette’s last name is Howe?
*runs around in circles*
Took care of it.
This comment looks so random right now….lol
Now this is the kind of Spam I like!
(see below…..blog gremlins are refining their tactics, it seems)
They’re crafty little buggers, ain’t they?
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