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9th February 2012, 21:43
Even before COE aired I just knew Ianto was going to die. I even asked some people what would they do if Ianto did die and they said I was nuts to think that. RTD would never kill Ianto. Well he did and I just wasn't shocked. I don't get shocked at character death, maybe because as it is a part of human life I consider it part of the entertainment we buy into. I feel cheated if I don't get character death, it is too much like a old fashion Disney tale where no one dies and everyone stays perfect. That is damn hard to pull off in Science Fiction, Westerns and Cop shows 100 percent of the time because I know it is false. Maybe I just like a little bit of realism with my TV, not afraid to feel sad and cry if needed and generally like that emotional rush when it is there. It makes me feel alive and very thankful when a piece of entertainment gets under my skin like that. But I know it is just entertainment and what a writer does to his or her story I would never take personally.
Things greater than myself
16th February 2012, 20:12
i figured somthing was wrong when gdl was doing the memrobilla fair while filming was going on
is happly married to terisa now now dealing with paper work for my visa
17th February 2012, 01:25
Ianto's death. It was rumoured to happen, but I was in denial. But, at the time no one really knew for sure, so we still had hope. When it happened I was swept off my feet. We all remember the mourning crisis afterwards.
At the time my paranoia really overshadowed the entire series, and it was hard to watch Day Five through all the upset and tears. So, as shocking as it really is, I never had that feeling of "omg! did that just happen?". It was more like "wahhh, Ianto, waaahh!!" feet kicking and all...lol...still is too. But I think Day Five really has the most shock factor...but it doesn't make the cut for me.
8th April 2013, 20:47
Hi! I recently started watching Torchwood. I've already reached to the 3. season. I was reading a lot about what's gonna happen and I knew that Ianto's gonna die.
So, today I started watching 4. episode. Everything was okay when I realised that this was the episode when he dies. I wasn't ready for that. I expected for that to happen in the last episode(in this case 5.). I was shocked. I think that he died too soon.
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