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Welcome to the Season 3 Finale episode discussion!
|EPISODE||DIRECTED BY||WRITTEN BY||ORIGINAL AIR DATE|
|S03E13 - Will You Play With Me?||TBD||TBD||April 4, 2018 on SyFy|
Episode Synopsis: The group finds what they're looking for and attempt once and for all to get magic back.
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SO FUCKING GOOD HOLY FUCK. I made a post here asking that if show is worth watching coming from the Originals. Thank god y'all recommended it. As the show goes it just gets so fucking good. Season 3 is the best written show season i have ever seen. The way intense things get. The funny dialogues. Fucking amazing writers. They keep the characters true to themselves. Never it looks like out of character. Fucking love it.
First post in this sub-reddit. I do apologize if this has been answered but i couldn't find it! How many possible answers to the mosaic could there have been? I'm really not good at math but i heard them say 785 tiles and 15 different colors; so how would one find out how many possible solutions there is?
So, Josh's hook-up board got me thinking about all the ships, even if the show doesn't focus that heavily on romance.
And honestly, they could pair up almost any of the main characters with each other and I would find it belivable. They just have such great chemistry together and most of their sexualities are either canonly LGBTQ, ambiguous or fluid.
I mean, here's what's canon:
Quentin loves and has dated Alice, but he also loves and spent a literal lifetime with Eliot raising a son. Quentin has also slept with Margo and is speculated to have a thing for his best friend Julia (though I'm not convinced of that being currently true, there are always hints).
Alice loves Quentin but she has also slept with Penny and has more feelings for him than she lets on and vise versa. (Alice also has some tension stuff with Margo and Julia at times but that's pretty speculative).
Penny loves Kady and Kady loves Penny, but Penny23 loves Julia so maybe Penny40 also has that spark of attraction somewhere? But Julia and Kady are best bitches/witches and also have some tension going on?
Margo is pretty emotionally unavailable on the surface (and deeply) but is the most openly bi and does care for all her friends. She certainly loves Eliot in a way that is not quite platonic but not quite romantic. She has slept with Quentin and has said she wants to sleep with Penny. The feeling is mutual. She kinda hit on Alice early on.
Julia has been covered with everyone else but is currently the most unlikely to have a romance with any of the other mains, except Penny23 and maybe Q?? Although for being hated by them for most of the show, has had some tender/'tense' moments with most of the other mains (barring Eliot, I think).
And that's not even including any minor characters.
So what are your guys' favorite, least favorite and dream ships? What do you think endgames are? Do you think the Magicians should focus more on romance or keep going as it is with unity in friendship that is like family?
Why didn't Quentin take advantage of josh's piazza? All the money Josh had should have been more than enough for him to do research on niffens? I understand grossman's choices as it moved the story along. But I always wondered why he didn't just take up in venice.
Only recently found the show and have been marathoning through it while off work sick. I finished season three today but something from season 1 (I think) still stands out, there’s a lady (witch?) that takes some of Quintins blood as payment and in that seasons final even Ember brings it up again and talks about how she’s actually good and it will be important later on, I may of missed it but do we have any idea what that’s about?
Sorry if it’s been asked before!
...could still be salvaged? The wellspring in the castle was a different one than the one inside the hut (i.e. Fillory's), correct?
Could this be a way that our characters get some leverage to fight against the library?
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