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I Am Not Okay With This (spoilers)

Truth Seeker

Adventurer
But she has killed somebody. There's got to be consequences for that. You can't just kill somebody and have nobody do anything about it, even if they were being mean to you at the prom.
Problem1--there is no physical evidence to show how it was done.
Problem 2--She never made a verbal threat against him.
Problem 3--She made no physical move against him.
Problem 4--There is only that other guy that knows what she can do, but he has no physical hard proof to show otherwise.
Problem 5--Everyone there at that time, can be suspect, if it came down to it.
Problem 6--She is just a mess.
 

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Morrus

Well, that was fun
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Problem1--there is no physical evidence to show how it was done.
Problem 2--She never made a verbal threat against him.
Problem 3--She made no physical move against him.
Problem 4--There is only that other guy that knows what she can do, but he has no physical hard proof to show otherwise.
Problem 5--Everyone there at that time, can be suspect, if it came down to it.
Problem 6--She is just a mess.
Wasn't talking about a court case.
 

Truth Seeker

Adventurer
Wasn't talking about a court case.
Either was I, the majority that witness it, just saw a head explode, that other guy knows what happen. Will he be the one to talk about it, knowing full well now that she has demonstrated a actual death of her abilities...when earlier during the training session in the pool hall, where he egged her on, she literally bitched at him for making her almost going there. It has determined mostly she get stronger on a emotional scale, and the one time it did work without the upsetting bent.

The consequences she has to live with, and she knows already... she can't afford to be angry every time and she did try to make that calmness work, but the diary situation was just too much. Going forward whoever that Shadow person is, will determine to how she can hold on to her humanity through the suffering, she has indirectly unleashed in her town. I actually do feel sorry for her, cause she did try to remain calm when she finally got the hang of it, to only to see it later get shattered and she had no backup.
 
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Eyes of Nine

Everything's Fine
Don't go to the comic shop, the graphic novel that the show is based on is there.

And if you do go to the comic shop, don't pick up the graphic novel.

And if you do pick up the graphic novel, don't read the last few pages.

And if you do read the last few pages, then you're probably the same sort of person who would read...

and you would find out she blows her brains out with a gun.

The TV show may take a different approach.

The scene that ends the first season seems to take place around 2/3 of the way through the graphic novel.
 





Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
Wasn't talking about a court case.
In American media, what she did would be considered an accident. Kind of like if you jumped out in front of a car driven by an inexperienced driver, you don't necessarily blame the driver...

The driver may still blame themselves, and that would likely be the repercussions we'd see in a second season.
 

WayneLigon

Adventurer
I’m not familiar with the American schooling system. The actor is 18, but how old is the character supposed be? They all seem to drive and stuff.
You can drive as early as 14, depending on circumstances. Plus, this looks like a pretty small town and they tend to be lax on stuff like that until you prove yourself a problem. The rich kids will all get cars at 16 and kids like Stan are, I think, just taking his Dad's car whether or not he has a license. (Heck, in my mostly-rural state as many as a quarter of the drivers in the poorest counties never bothered to even get licences until some time in the 90's when there was a big crack-down on it.)
 

Ryujin

Adventurer
You can drive as early as 14, depending on circumstances. Plus, this looks like a pretty small town and they tend to be lax on stuff like that until you prove yourself a problem. The rich kids will all get cars at 16 and kids like Stan are, I think, just taking his Dad's car whether or not he has a license. (Heck, in my mostly-rural state as many as a quarter of the drivers in the poorest counties never bothered to even get licences until some time in the 90's when there was a big crack-down on it.)
Hell, if you watch shows like "Live PD" you would think that fully half the population of any given State never gets a license NOW.
 

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