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Garret Keogh, Online Editor | 15:22 UK time, Thursday, 30 April 2009


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New to BH? This post does not contain spoilers, but the comments might...

 

Seeing as we're honouring George and his plentiful best bits this week, it seemed a good idea to look at some of the mythology and history surrounding werewolves, condense it into our own bite-size interpretation, and take a look at a few of George's famous ancestors...

 

The question is, where does George fit in the grand mythology of werewolves? And is he, as some might say, the greatest onscreen werewolf ever? Get stuck in and add your comments, we'll be looking out for your best responses over the weekend...

 

SO WHAT IS A WEREWOLF?

 

Werewolves, also known as lycanthropes to brainy werewolf show-offs, are mythological humans that occasionally turn (or "shape-shift") into wolf-like creatures with extra-human strength and super-senses. Some turn on purpose, others - like our George -have no control over it. They have been placed under a curse following an 'unfortunate' bite or scratch by another werewolf. When their "time of the month" comes, they transform from human to wolf, and this is usually associated with the appearance of the full moon. Once in werewolf form, the hairy howlers tend to be a fairly tetchy bunch; sniffing out everyone and everything under their hairy noses and ripping it to shreds.

 

FAMOUS WEREWOLVES

 

George may be our favourite onscreen werewolf but how do his hairy-toed footsteps fit in with the illustrious line of celebrity howlers? Here are a few references to get you started...

 

American Werewolf (in London):
John Landis' movie 'An American Werewolf in London' told the story of two American college students who get a mauling on their backpacking holiday in England. The film achieved huge cult status (and an Oscar for Best Make-Up), and put werewolves well and truly on the Hollywood map.

 

Teen Wolf:

In the classic 1985 movie 'Teen Wolf', Michael J Fox plays Scott, a teenager who discovers that puberty for him means turning into a werewolf. The good news though is that he turns into a really good basketball player too! Like George, Teen Wolf struggles to mix chasing girls and trying to be cool with being a part-time wolf with hairy palms. The movie was a massive hit and helped to make werewolves a little more loveable.

 

Wolf (Jack Nicholson):
In 1994, Jack Nicholson starred as Will Randall, an ageing publisher at the end of his tether after a younger, sexier co-worker steals his job and his wife. But after being bitten by a wolf, Will finds himself with loads more energy and strength (and later - hairy palms) which is great until he starts devouring humans and stuff. It's certainly not the greatest of werewolf movies, but Jack Nicholson is a legend so it deserves a mention nonetheless.

 

Michael Jackson:
Yes, even the King of Pop has dabbled as a hairy creature. In his hugely famous 14 minute music video 'Thriller', MJ morphs into a furry growler while out on a date. After the lucky lady agrees to go steady with Michael, he points out that he's "not like other guys" before shape-shifting and chasing her down the road. Later in the video, loads of zombies join Michael to do the now-famous monster-dance in the street.


So over to you, how does our George match up to his onscreen competition?

 

Need further inspiration? Check out His Royal Tobyness's post on werewolf mythology...

 


Comments

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  • Comment number 1.

    Michael J. Fox, likable as he is, was more wereyak than werewolf. In Italy, the title leaves out the werewolf part altogether: "Will to Win." Movie was put on ice until Back to the Future became a blockbuster, and ice was where it should have stayed.

    I don't think George has much competition for best werewolf on screen. He's as sympathetic a character as I can remember in any series or film in a long time. He also didn't die right away, as most werewolves on screen do for the sake of convenience.

  • Comment number 2.

    Hmm, I'm not much of a werewolf buff but I like Lucian in the Underworld films. They seem to change at will in Underworld. In Van Helsing it's a full moon thing (I think) and Dracula is scared of werewolfs because they can kill him.

    It's lovely George is so human but a bit of a pain for him that he can't choose to change when, for instance, he comes up against Seth and the others.

    Haha, His Royal Tobyness, brilliant :-D

  • Comment number 3.

    Thanks Team....entertainment and education.....is there going to be a test?.

    And in my opinion, His Royal Tobyness is by far the best shape-shifter

  • Comment number 4.

    yep sperkii, as I recall it's Van Helsing-turned-werewolf who does for Dracula-turned-giant-bat-thingy in the film Van Helsing. Suppose it ties in with vampires snuffing it if their heads are severed from their bodies ie a werewolf ripping it off would do the trick I'm guessing.
    laptop is behaving like a mad thing today, v v slow if I disappear you know why.

  • Comment number 5.

    hey vampfan, are you thinking that Toby is a werewolf??

  • Comment number 6.

    ok I have a serious question for anyone who can answer it. What is the old black and white film where you see a man change from being human into a werewolf? He's close up to the camera and must have been quite an acheivement in it's day as it's pretty seamless. I first saw it as a clip on BBC1 when I was a kid. It totally freaked my brother out at the time. But does anyone, fan or prodder, know what the film is? I think it's quite famous.

  • Comment number 7.

    brooksie: No, I meant shape-shifter as in 'reality-bending' as in story-telling....I am rambling aren't I??....

    Anyway, don't really know the film you mean but I think that werewolves in those old films was always played by a guy called Lon Chaney. I have been swotting for the forthcoming exam.

  • Comment number 8.

    I really liked An American Werewolf in London... I thought the guy's friend who was killed was great when he kept coming back to visit him and each time he had sort of , well, rotted a bit more and a few more bits had fallen off him. Really funny.

  • Comment number 9.

    Yes, George is the best werewolf in the world!!
    I mean the line 'it got my attention'- PERFECT!
    Love Being Human and loving all these posts :)

  • Comment number 10.

    ooh, thanks for the factfile and the mention of Wolf and American Werewolf in London, a few more of mention The Howling, Company of Wolves, The Wolfman, Cursed

    v. good

  • Comment number 11.

    I'm too hyper right now to give any kind of coherent thought.

    Great werewolf info! yay!

  • Comment number 12.

    I've always wondered why the full moon suppossedly has an impact on werewolves, surely the moon is always full? You just can't see it all of the time.

    George is definately the best werewolf ever!! I never really cared that much about Oz in Buffy or Michael J Fox or any of the others, but George is just sooo well acted I really care what happens to him. I especially like that he manages to keep his human side even when turning into a werewolf, 'It doesn't rob me of my humanity... it proves it'. Brilliant.

  • Comment number 13.

    Oh and also I wondered about George; throughout the month when the wolf has been put away and out of sight does George have any heightened senses? We know that he does just before and after a change, but the rest of the time (if he didn't ignore it and pretend it wasn't there) could draw on it to use better hearing, sight, smell, strength etc? That would be useful as he wouldn't need to use his glasses. The same goes for Annie, when she's feeling strong and confident could she concentrate enough to be able to drink a cup of tea without it falling straight through?

  • Comment number 14.

    I'm on my own in here tonight :o(

  • Comment number 15.

    Ok, I know this is off-topic, sorry, but I GILBERT LOVE! - Cieria's a legend; we were talking on the forum about the need for a Gilbert FanVid and were trying to think of a song for it and I said, for me, it'd have to be You Sexy Thing - and she only bloomin' well went and made one!! Yaaaaaaaaaaay! Check it out on You Tube under 'Gilbert You Sexy Thing' :-D

  • Comment number 16.

    I agree Cieria is a legend, the Gilbert vid and the Mitchell vid - Cieria you clever, clever thing :)

  • Comment number 17.

    Cieria- what a great vid, I'm gonna be smiling all day. Definately gonna have some Gilbert fun today.
    I just LOOOOOVE Gilbert, he's just so damn sweet, and it's so tragic that he has to walk through his door just when he's found somebody to love... (I believe I may have just inadvertantly quoted then).

  • Comment number 18.

    I quite like American Werewolf. But tbh I'm not big on werewolf mythology.
    I, erm... *clears throat ready for the onslaught* have been a fan of Jacob and his gang from New Moon (yes the books are rubbish-I do know this). But technically they're shapeshifters who can only turn into wolves. But you know.. they're cool, whatever. *runs*

  • Comment number 19.

    I agree George doesnt have as much competition for best werewolf - with all the vampires out there poor mitchell has to compete but as for George - well hes just lovely isnt he lol not really seen many werewolf films but might check some out on youtube maybe - broaden my knowledge lol ready for the end of term being human exam :-S

  • Comment number 20.

    Cieria:: can I just put my humble opinion in here, Mitchell vid, really really good, well done! Off to watch Gilbert now.

  • Comment number 21.

    Cieria:::on reflection you have done a very bad thing. Between watching all the Eps, careering around these pages chatting with you all, watching everything on you tube and anything else Mitchell related I can find....I estimated I had about 8% of my life left for non- BH stuff.

    Now you have gone and made this brill vid. and that's it, the final 8% gone!!

    When I am in some institution on strong medication, I hope you will feel guilty and come and visit me.

  • Comment number 22.

    =D Glad you all liked my vid. Sorry for stealing the 8% if your life Vampfan but hey it was going to go soon anyway right? But yes of course I'll feel guilty and come visit you... If I'm not sitting in the room next to you also on strong medication. :P

    Anyway George. Personally I've never been one for Werewolves. I'm mean they're great but I've never really though 'ooh that's amazing' or anything like that. So George was the first werewolf that I really started to love. And he is great. Also I prefer some characters in BH over him, he is certainly my favourite werewolf in the world. :)

  • Comment number 23.

    Yeah, you are right my 8% was fast disappearing.

    I agree about werewolves, never really read or watched much about them but I think we love George, well, bcause he is so lovable and the way Russell plays him makes you really care what happens to him. Even now I get a lump in my throat when I think about how brave and loyal he was to go face Herrick alone...Awww!

  • Comment number 24.

    hehe. I just helped get rid of it. :P

    He has such big eyes too. I think the big, blue innocent looking eyes helps his case. And the way he's trying to live innocently even though he has to go turn into a werewolf once every 28 days. It makes him seem more like a victim. Which they all are really. But you know. It makes him a loveable character.

  • Comment number 25.

    Yes, I totally agree with you George is lovely but I have to say my fellow Mitchellettes would never forgive me here if I didn't make a small mention of big, brown very un-innocent eyes.


    Who could she be talking about??

  • Comment number 26.

    Mitchell's eyes are absolutely gorgeous. But this is a george page so I won't go into it. All my Mitchell love is on the forum anyway.

  • Comment number 27.

    Well that's me told off!

    You are right, absolutely no self-discipline whatsoever.

  • Comment number 28.

    I wasn't telling you off. I was just saying that I could say a lot on his eyes but that I should.

    I can talk to you about the brown puddles of love that are Mitchell's eyes if you really want. :)

  • Comment number 29.

    NOOOO, please don't, my poor little hormones won't take it....but thanks for the offer!

    Brown puddles of love....wait till the other Mitchellettes get a load of that. lovely

  • Comment number 30.

    lol okay.

    hehe. :D


    So what shall we talk about instead? More about George's eyes? His squeaking? What he looks like when he's in wolf state?

  • Comment number 31.

    I think i have said before somewhere, as much as George makes me laugh...it is his sad bits that I love most. He really can make me cry and as soon as his eyes start filling with tears, so do mine. Brilliant acting to be able to make you laugh and cry.

  • Comment number 32.

    That's true. There are some actors that just leave you sitting there staring but all of the BH ones are brilliant.

  • Comment number 33.

    Well, got to go now...grown-up stuff to do. Will hopefully talk later.

  • Comment number 34.

    ive read quit a few things about werewolves and watched most the films but i dont no hows the best george is good as is jacob the block from underworld is all so good to

    some of the books ive read have been really good so im not sure who to pick

    sorry

  • Comment number 35.

    I love Company of Wolves but I think my favourite werewolf film is Ginger Snaps and/or Ginger Snaps 2.
    And I know she wasn't a werewolf but she did change into an animal so how about Natassia Kinski in Cat People?

  • Comment number 36.

    "It makes him seem more like a victim. Which they all are really. But you know."

    I think that's traditionally the point of werewolves: that they're victims even more so than their prey. I've nothing against the idea they can learn to control it, but that eradicates the whole curse aspect of it. Then it's like some unfashionable super power.

  • Comment number 37.

    Russell really is gorgeous though isnt he - OK I'll never convince the harcore Mitchellettes but I do love George - he's such a lovely character and coupled with Russell's looks - just lovely :-)

    Yes I do love bad Mitchell still...and nice Mitchell...and well yeah I do love Mitchell too lol but George is just lovely - theres no other word is there? :-) Think my favourite shot of him ever - as in most gorgeous to look at is the beginning of episode 5 - during his voice over about love etc and he's sat on the bed with nina getting dressed and hes just sat there looking so lovingly at her and he does the kinda slow mo nod - its just lovely

  • Comment number 38.

    Hi eagle::: How you dong today?.

    Re your 37, I hope I speak for my fellow M's here when I say that no convincing is needed. We all adore George (and indeed Russell) and think he is absolutely wonderful. But it's just a different kind of 'adore'. For me personally, I just want to keep George safe and happy, and make sure we always have 'proper coffee' in, it's all very, well, for want of a better word, maternal.

    And with Mitchell, it is soooo not that!!

    But there is no doubt with us that George/Russell rules.

  • Comment number 39.

    Surprised we havent had a new question yet. Though we have been spoilt a bit this past week. I bet the new question will have something to do with Annie...

  • Comment number 40.

    He is personally my favourite werewolf.
    The werewolf in an American werewolf in london was ok but a bit.. I dunno, lacking. There was enough to the character.
    George is definately MY favourite werewolf. Second is Remus Lupin.

  • Comment number 41.

    Oooh I forgot about Lupin, yes I agree, 1st- George, 2nd- Lupin (the last movie is going to be soooo sad) and 3rd- ummmmmm MJ? No, Oz... mmmmm maybe?? Ok I think I only have a 1st and 2nd favourite. There are tonnes of Vampires about though... still reckon that Mitchell is my fave though, coz he doesn't wear a cape and stand in the shadows being all rubbish, he's cool.
    I can't pick a George fave moment though coz there's just too many, though I did really like the touching bit when he's saying goodbye to Mitchell and Annie is being all grumpy with him, and we know he's about to do this really brave thing. And the bit where he's stressing about what shirt to wear (must be the only one who kinda liked the flowery number), and the 'I am not the paedo, that's my housemate'.

    .... well I really can't decide, I haven't been able to make a decision all day. Really indecicive day.

    ... I think.

  • Comment number 42.

    Oh yeah how could i possibly forget lupin?! Absolutely loved the character in the books and when I saw David as him - he's absolutely perfect! I know its going to be horrible when he dies :-( I'm still getting over Sirius' death - him and Lupin were my absolute favourites - my top 5 were always sirius, lupin, arthur weasley, dumbledore and the twins (yeah im counting them as one lol) ans then she goes and kills practically all of them off!

    Although Arthur was originally going to die instead of Sirius in Order of the Phoenix so I guess at least they both didnt go!

    Thing is the books are so good that you get really into it and think about it and talk about it as if it were real lol bit like BH :-S

  • Comment number 43.

    Oh yeah! Lupin!

  • Comment number 44.

    sorry, been sidetracked by the "brown puddles of love" thing (Cieria - no. 28)
    erm.....what are we talking about??
    oh yeah, Lupin! He is a fabulous character, I always liked him. He is even better in the book than the film. Although the werewolf in Prisoner of Azkaban was rubbish! Transformed-George is much better.

  • Comment number 45.

    I totallu agree with you there brookesiejennkins! George's werewolf is a whole lot better than Lupin- Especially during Herrick's final moments- truly scary in my opinion haha!
    Saying that- Lupin is pretty awesome.
    But not saying he's any better than George... haha this could just go round in circles!

  • Comment number 46.

    Lupin is HOT.
    Then again I find snape really sexy too, but that might just be because I like Alan Rickman.

    being careful so as not to get zapped by the mods......
    On the film channel that has films sometimes sponsered by a chocolatey alcoholic drink - where the woman is about to have a snog but then she stops to have a chocolatey drink instead -

    I adore the guy in the version of that advert set in the woods I think he's supposed to either be a werewolf or a vampire - hes all scruffy & hairy & seriously sexy though.

  • Comment number 47.

    My favourite wolf ever has got to be in a program called The 10th Kingdom! Did any of you guys ever see it? Scott Cohen = gorgeous!! Sorry George, you're second though!

  • Comment number 48.

    oh yes alan rickman is brilliant he's actually hilarious in real life apparently when they were filming harry potter and meant to be all serious and dark as snape always is and he kept making everyone laugh.


    Yeah I agree about the transformation - I dont think Lupin's was particularly bad just different - not very wolf like - George looks more like a wolf when hes transformed but Lupin looks like some sort of wierd monster thing.

    Also the thing I never got about Lupin - he says that the boys became animagi because he was no threat to them as animals but surely all wolves killl animals especially a rat and he would certainly fight another dog...i guess a stag could defend himself though but hmm is there an answer to that or did it just have to work for the book to work lol

  • Comment number 49.

    I love Alan Rickman's voice...it's like treacle!! And I thought he was great in Truly, Madley, Deeply

  • Comment number 50.

    Black Sheep is a brilliant New Zealand made comedy horror film directed by Jonathan King. Not quite were wolve but weresheep - worth watching though.
    Its made in a similar style to Peter Jackson's early films such as Bad Taste and Braindead.

  • Comment number 51.

    Madley (??) not Richard, really, really not Richard

  • Comment number 52.

    can we have a new seth love page - we never got to show it properly because it came the day of the v elease so got taken over with annoyed posts about that...

    Im really gonna miss seth :-( spent the afternoon putting together a seth video and its just rekindled the seth love (and sperkii thats not a plug cos im not gonna do a link :-D just saying...)

  • Comment number 53.

    Ahhh, HumiliatedGrape! Wolf in 10th Kingdom was amazing and Scott Choen... well, he's yummy! I have to honestly say, though, George still hits the top spot for me. :D As a character and as a transformation.

    And David Naughton play from An American Werewolf In London is another of my top favourite werewolves - that film set the bar for the more painful transformation sequences. And I personally love the wolf there - it does looke more like a bear but its purely an animal.

    No-one has mentioned the werewolves in Dog Soldiers yet, I don't think... now they were cool wolves. Hehe!

    Um, at risk of upsetting Lupin fans, I love the character but the wolf itself didn't really impress me though it does score points for looking like an animal instead of a man with fur on his face. :D

    If you're talking transformations, I like the Lycan change in Ultraviolet, and I enjoyed the unusual one in Van Helsing where the man rips his skin off to reveal the wolf underneath, and vice versa for the change back. But, of course, the torturous changes in An American Werewolf In London and our beloved George's are my favourites by far... does that make me sadistic?

    Hehe, I'll stop now before you all die of boredom.
    KC

  • Comment number 54.

    No one's mentioned the CGI werewolf from Doctor Who yet. That one's so cute. :P

  • Comment number 55.

    Thanks for all your great comments, wolf experts! You've taught BH Prodders a thing or two too, even if it hasn't ALL been werewolf-related (such as "Mitchell's brown puddles of love..." haha)

    Anyone for a quick werewolf quiz?

  • Comment number 56.

    :-D woo a quiz go for it

  • Comment number 57.

    oh and KC dog soldiers ive seen butit was a while a go - is that the one where they superglue a blokes leg back on or something strange like that...i can rememeber something about superglue...or maybe i was just fixing an ornament at teh time lol

    dont really remember what the werewolves were like though

    i think if you compare the budget of harry potter with the budget of being human and then the final result...im gonna have to go BH every time i love the fact its all done old school and i love the way they do his claws - its just so simple yet so effective

    Although I do feel sorry for russell with the contacts - dont think its fair that he has to wear them and the vampires dont :-) although i know contacts wouldnt have realy worked for them...

    Oh and i found this the other day not werewolf related but kind of transformation related- made me smile :-)

    "Irish actor Aidan Turner, who takes the role of Mitchell the vampire, doesn't have to undergo quite as much make-up a general anaemic tinge seems to suffice. But he also had problems with his false teeth."

    "I was hoping I'd have them in all the time, what with me being a vampire and all," he laughs. "But actually, they only appear in one or two scenes.

    There was one terrible moment early on when I was supposed to be biting a woman's neck. It was only after the scene was finished, that I realised the false fangs actually had left two puncture wounds in the actress' neck. I felt terrible about having actually drawn blood. I mean, how was I to know? She was screaming anyway."

  • Comment number 58.

    If you were Annabel you'd have to be pretty flattered really - that he (and presumably the crew) couldnt tell the difference between real pain/pleasure (not entirely sure which it would have been lol im guessing the first though) from your acting...

    Another one im going to miss :-(

  • Comment number 59.

    Okay, here are few quickfire wolf questions to get your fangs into...

    1: What's the scientific term for a werewolf type person?

    2: Which senses are heightened when a human turns into a werewolf?

    3: Complete the famous George line: "It got my..."

    4: Which actor played Teen Wolf (and can you name two other movies that he starred in)?

    5: On a scale of werewolf lovliness, how lovely is George?

    Answers on a postcard (or, erm, this blog!)...

  • Comment number 60.

    I don't know go away for 2 days and miss so much...

    Eagle I'm so glad I'm not the only one still getting over Sirius's death.

    And yes it's true we Mitchellette's do have a soft spot for George, it's more platonic and maternal than anything else.

    So BHP you mentioned a quiz...

  • Comment number 61.

    1: What's the scientific term for a werewolf type person?

    lyconthrope

    2: Which senses are heightened when a human turns into a werewolf?

    smell, sight, hearing

    3: Complete the famous George line: "It got my..."
    ?


    4: Which actor played Teen Wolf (and can you name two other movies that he starred in)?
    Micheal J Fox, and Back to the Future and Stuart Little

    5: On a scale of werewolf lovliness, how lovely is George?
    he's the loveliest by far.

  • Comment number 62.

    woo if only id had a supernatural lesson when i was at school i mihgt have enjoyd myself a bit more lol do we get a gold star if we get them all right? :-)

    1. lycanthrope.
    2. all of them, well depends who you ask lol
    3. attention (brilliant line...)
    4. michael j fox (really need to watch that film) back to the future woo and erm back to the future 2? lol if i cant have that then he was the voice of stuart little...
    5. hmm werewolf lovlieness? Grrrrrrrrrrrrreat! lol sorry had to be done :-D


    Wahey its quite fun being a geek isnt it :-)

  • Comment number 63.

    opps! how could I forget that line for 3 d'oh!

  • Comment number 64.

    lol doh indeed *rolls eyes*

    ha well im supposed to be revising for my exam tommorrow - 2 years of work all rolled into one huuuuuuuuuge exam which unfortunately does not involve werewolves...oops lol but hey this is more fun and the way i look at it - if i dont know it now im never going to and therefore shouldnt pass the exam - cramming only makes you remember it for a couple of days by the time you get your results youve forgotten it all anyway! i came out with a's b's and c's at gce but could i tell you where to find x on a sodding hypotenuse or whatever ...could i **** lol

  • Comment number 65.

    oh by the way singingtwit did you see the seth video :-)

  • Comment number 66.

    lol, I always manage to find more interesting to do than revising and tbh cramming always left me stressed thinking "I don't know any of this"

    yes... I think maybe I need to revise all the BH episodes, what do ya think?

  • Comment number 67.

    re 65: I have now! very good, brilliant song choice

  • Comment number 68.

    I do I havent watched them as much lately to be honest not sure why just got really back into my comedy stuff and been re watching loads of stand up...

    But im still on here and the forum all the time and have been making videos so dont think theres any question of loyalty :-)

    Ive got the dvd in my bedroom though and always watch episode 4 when im in bed lol well the first half...up until the rotten tomatoes line...gets a bit serious after that and like i said im kind of on comedy at the minute - i love georges little catwalk moment :-)

  • Comment number 69.

    :-) glad you like :-)

  • Comment number 70.

    though you realise I will hold you responsible if he reappears in my dreams/nightmares now... especially if holding out for a hero is playing in the background.......

  • Comment number 71.

    thanks for the comment :-D

  • Comment number 72.

    lol i had a dream about him last night although thats not too much of a suprise its becoming a bit of a regular occurance lol and given that i was trawling through clips of him half the afternoon making that...can't say I mind too much though :-)

    BeingHumanProduction you do realise that Seth seems to be the most dreamt about character? Yep even above Mitchell...and George lol...care to shed any light? Subliminal messaging? Anything like that?

  • Comment number 73.

    weird isn't it, he's not a main character but he does seem to be the most dreamed about

  • Comment number 74.

    hmm think its just an in bilt thing in women we always seem to like the underdog lol

  • Comment number 75.

    built even - christ 5 minutes of seth talk and i forget how to type lol

  • Comment number 76.

    haha, possibly, he's quite a pathetic figure.

  • Comment number 77.

    not pathetic just you know next to Mitchell he doesnt necessarily look quite as impressive lol

  • Comment number 78.

    God I love Mitchell's prequel :-)

    "We're gonna kill you, the we're gonna drink your blood...sorry!"

    lol what a cracking line Aidan really is brilliant although technically theyd drink her blood and that would kill her but the line sounds good that I really don't care about the technicalities lol

  • Comment number 79.

    *then even

  • Comment number 80.

    Maybe not pathetic, but certainly not a powerful as he'd like to think he is.

    And yes that's a brilliant prequel (not really much of a surprise hearing a Mitchellette saying that is it?!)

  • Comment number 81.

    Ah gorgeous George he's just so adorable. I'd love to know more about him before he become a werewolf. We know he's got a terrifically high IQ from the pilot and he's a great linguist - what did he do for a living? Will we ever find out?

  • Comment number 82.

    To the team:: Just spotted your little quizzette (is that a word?) when I asked way back at 3...Is there going to be a test?...I was only joking!!!
    While I have got your attention. A question, This expression 'shape-shifter' As Blackadder would say "Down our way" a shape-shifter is a fibber, is it a BH term or am I the only person in the world who never knew it was a werewolf.

    To everyone else, HI, what we talking about??

  • Comment number 83.

    hmm well last time i was on we were talking about seth again lol and never heard that shape shifter thin meaning a liar although i guess it makes kinda sense ... when i said hey up cock people thought i was being offensive but its just a regional thing i guess lol

  • Comment number 84.

    eagle:: you must not speak to singing about Seth....it sends her funny....she will be up all night!!

  • Comment number 85.

    lol well so will I :-D have you seen my vid vmapfan? :-D lots of Seth love :-) (not a plug I promise...:-))

  • Comment number 86.

    No. not seen it....will do it now

  • Comment number 87.

    eagle.....I have been taking stupid pills....can't find it!!

  • Comment number 88.

    hahaha Vampfan that made me laugh! Off ot watch George's funniest moments again... I love this blog!! Keeppp posting more please :)

  • Comment number 89.

    vampfan just search youtube for eagleeyes4444 :-)

  • Comment number 90.





    DUH!!!!

  • Comment number 91.

    duh as in you did that and couldnt find it? or duh as in why didnt i think of that lol

  • Comment number 92.

    Yay eagle:: very good again. But Hero??...you are looking through the eyes of love aren't you??

    And another thing, if my mum saw him pouring that salt on the table, she would have slapped his ankles.

    But really good, well done.

  • Comment number 93.

    eagle::
    didn;t really understand 91 but the 'DUH' was aimed at me...if that's what you asked

  • Comment number 94.

    lol it was meant to be ironic...i think :-D

    just meant to be a laugh :-) Yeah hes a messy git but I think - you know - pick your battles and all that - Ive a feeling hes committed worse offences than pouring salt on the table :-)

    glad you liked anywho :-)

  • Comment number 95.

    lol yeah thats what i meant :-) made sense in my head :-)

  • Comment number 96.

    But my mum would put his rampaging, murderous, vile ways down to his condition....but deliberately making a mess at the table, unforgivable.

    But I do hope they find a way to bring him back

  • Comment number 97.

    Lol very true :-)

    I was kind of hoping that he'd come back in flashbacks but in Aidans video they're joking about the fact that nobody's going to miss him so I thought he was definately out - but then it hadn't been written then so I guess if they write a flashback in and Dylan wants to do it then he could be...

  • Comment number 98.

    Yeah agree and when they made Aidan's vid they probably didn't realise what a popular character Seth was.....I am sure Toby could squeeze him in somewhere

  • Comment number 99.

    Eagle (85): In what way is that not a plug?

    Anyway if you're allowed to plug your vids then so am I. :p I've posted up a Mitch/ Lauren and an Annie since we last talked about my videos. :P

  • Comment number 100.

    hello everyone how are you all sorry i havent been on for a while been having computer problems

    i would do the quiz but having read what other people wrote id feel like i was cheating although i did no the answers

    havent seen your new vid yet eagle but ill watch it soon

    and the forum wont work for me today an any one else get on or is it just me if you can get on it can you tell everyone i said hello please dont want them thinking ive disappeared

 

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