Always entertaining to spot locations that are so completely recognizable -- Troll's, Blenz Coffee and Olive and Anchor in Horseshoe Bay (the latter with not even a name change!) And Galileo Coffee in Britannia Beach. All places I've been!
What's on your mind?
I mean yeah I know the actor Freddie Highmore spends most of his time in cloudy England but it's just a silly question as to why the creator would choose arizona as Norman's hometown. I mean if he is from Arizona he should at least have a little tan like his brother or at least be from Toronto or New York where it's mostly in the 60s and cloudy. If this show was real life though I would ask norman what kind of sunscreen he uses because I could use some of that.
Everyones all serious and all i wanna talk about are the character's asses.
Is it possible that Dylan will be Norman's next victim? Because there was no mention of him in the 1960 film. It's just a curiosity. Will he die? Will he move with Emma and her father? Will he go off to another place like Caleb did?
Why was Norman so sad to see that Julian got a lobotomy? Is it possible that Norman really did care about Julian and the fact that Julian was his only way of actual escaping the facility? And does Norman see himself in Julian?
"Bate's Hotel" is rife with text book psychology but it is the complex diagnosis that are responsible for some of the really irrationale destructuve behaviour that comes as a response to mudane mixed with intense and dark enviromental stimuli that brings some awesome plot twists. It is scary that all the characters are inspired by real psychologiclal profiles and modeling some of the most extreme cases of people for history. Good thing most people have better intuition and whits than the characters on TV.
It says that during the target-shooting lessons Dylan called Norman 'mom' for the first time in many years, but didn't he call her mom when he showed up at their house for the first time? He was like 'Hey mom.' Or am I wrong and did he actually say 'Hey Norma.'