The abrasiveness actually lines up quite well with G Gordon's personality as it is shown. His reasons for despising the League were their secrets essentially. The Reach presented themselve as peaceful diplomats so he approved of them, now their true motives are showing so he despises them even more, they outright lied to him. It's pretty typical for him to get up about it IMO.
I realised after what I said that it could have actually been G. Gordon himself. I just thought "He could only have been Miss M saying those things to the Reach because impersonated him."
Some people can't see this season ending without major cliffhangers, but now that G. Gordon has seen the truth (for now) and with an upcoming episode called "Intervention" (I'm going by title alone. I haven't read into it) it's not hard to imagine that some of the major arc(s) of this season could actually be wrapped up by the end of season 2.
Dont suppose your any good with Linux/C++ by any chance?
Doing a computer science course as part of Uni degree, problem is i suck with compters. cant even do the very basics. Im going to get some help with it from lecturers and some guys who've done it before me, but any help you may be able to give down the track'd be greatly appreciated if possible.
Thank you for commenting on my first blog! I'm new to the community, so I thought I should start introducing myself to some of the regular contributors. (I've been keeping an eye on this site for a few months now and thought I would join before the new episodes start.) As your can tell by my profile name, I love the Flash family and particularly Wally.
I like your avatar, by the way. ^_^ Fred's too funny. What's your opinion of the new season of Mystery, Inc.?
Sorry I took so long to answer. Overall I like it, if I don't think about what could have been. I'll try not to spoil it for those who haven't had the chance to see it yet. I like how Scooby saved Shaggy in "The Night the Clown Cried", Shaggy waiting for his hair to grow back, the showdown in "The Night the Clown Cried II" and Scooby getting a girlfriend of his own!
Hi, RedArcherGirl here. You kinda made a mistake by saying that only two of the "Flash Family" are related. Wally, Barry and Bart are all related to each other one way or another. Wally is Bart's first cousin once removed and he is Barry's nephew. And Bart is Barry's grandson and he is related to Wally somehow, I personally don't understand the whole first-cousin-once-removed and I don't understand it when it's used in different contexts either, but anyway three of the Flashes are related and Jay is just there.
Anythingspossibleforapossible, if you can hear my message, this is Larry1996, i have been blocked on Scoobypedia for 2 years, i promise, i will never make another fan-made edit again, so please, give me another chance, please?
Hey, Wally still has his cast on, but I didn't notice this until he 'reunited' with his parents at the end. It's little bits of continuity like that we sometimes take for granted. I don't think you would even see something like that in the DCAU.
Is this "An Ask Greg Helper" the new way of answering fans' questions? Because if it is it isn't very encouraging. Yes, he's obviously very busy, but as of the latest qustion/answer post it doesn't even look like he even saw. It just looks like a someone picked a generic past answer from a previous question & thought that was good enough. Of course it was a personal question but the answer just didn't fit the question.
It was something along the lines of "what do you think of Cartoon Network's long gaps between episodes?" and the answer was "I'm not consulted on the scheduling."
If we're making the effort to ask a question especially when it's a carefully thought one he could at least answer it himself and that's the point, it doesn't look that way. And he hasn't made any mention of it either.
I'm not trying to personally slam the guy, I'm just a little put off if this is how our questions are going to be answered from now on.