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Talk:Gianne/Archive 1

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I would feel significantly more comfortable with this if we could find an official source on her name. IMDB is not a reliable source. --April Arcus 22:45, 28 January 2006 (EST)

I got them from the credits. I then searched IMDB for "Amy Lalonde" and found the woman I gave a link for; she has photos on her IMDB entry, and she looks just like the woman in the flashbacks. I believe this is sufficient.--Ricimer 22:48, 28 January 2006 (EST)
If she's named in the credits, then I'm fine with it. --April Arcus 22:50, 28 January 2006 (EST)

--- Does "she wanted to give you a child" constitute that she was pregnant already, or that she wanted to progress her and Lee's relationship to that next step (starting a family)? I'm genuinely curious as to which it is. -- Hawke 23:11, 28 January 2006 (EST)

Jamie Bamber stated in an interview that she was indeed pregnant, RDM podcast confirms, also it's not just her dialog; she's moving her hands over her belly as if pointing at it, but against THIS EPISODE WAS HORRIBLY DIRECTED and scripted (I checked; the scriptwriters had only done "Final Cut" on BSG, and the director was a newbie). So for a fraction of a second you see her doing that with her hands. But you know how they usually film scenes, then cut down a flashback to have no dialog? I mean, they're not just moving their mouths when Jamie and Amy filmed this thing; they had throwaway filler dialog to act out, even if this was supposed to be silent flashback or something. So yes, it's confirmed. --Ricimer 23:16, 28 January 2006 (EST)
I actually mentioned this in an arguement with a site-reviewer; I said the direction was horrible, because it made the plot confusing. They said they liked it and didn't know what I was talking about, and I countered by saying that "well for starters, from reading your review, you had *NO IDEA* after watching the episode that Gianne was supposed to be pregnant. And he was shocked. But I digres...--Ricimer 23:17, 28 January 2006 (EST)