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Nov 22 2012, 09:37 AM
- Elite Member
- November 1, 2009
If instead of "Sami/EJ: We're putting our lock, stock, and barrel in those two" Ken Corday had said "Sami/Rafe: We're putting our lock, stock, and barrel in those two", I can honestly say that for me, there wouldn't be much wiggle room on interpretation of what he meant.
- Nov 22 2012, 08:50 AM
- The Scorpion
- Nov 21 2012, 03:14 PM
- Nov 21 2012, 12:11 PM
- Nov 21 2012, 11:54 AM
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I agree. What it really comes down to is the fans that come back from events or chats and 'share' what the actors say - even going so far as to embellish or assume that because of who they were talking to they must have meant (fill in the blank). I'm not saying that's what anyone has done with these latest reports of GG's comments but we've all seen it in the past from a multitude of fan bases.
My personal favorite is when someone reports back what an actor supposedly told them in great detail but then covers their ass by claiming if it doesn't play out that way the actor must be a liar. :laugh:
Lets see, GG babbling on a fanevent a few standard phrases, and KC gives an interview where he says lock, stock, barrel with EJami! Personally, I don't think KC would choose those words if it's same old crap as always! :)
Except that KC didn't say "lock stock and barrel" with ejami; he said with ej/sami which leave that phrasing open to interpretation, which, in my opinion, is exactly was the intention. I guess it depends on which couple you ship how you take what KC said. I guess time will tell, but right now no one knows for sure.
The big difference IMO is that Sami/Rafe is the pairing that most people assume will be together, so there would be very little discussion about it. Since he said Sami/EJ, there's a pervasive doubt that the writers will go with a full on pairing of them, so there's a lot of looking for a hidden meaning or a contrary interpretation to dispute the possibility that his statement should be taken literally. Maybe he just meant exactly what it usually means when you say you're going lock, stock, and barrel for something.