Death (Melanie Scrofano) introduces herself to Adam (Dylan Taylor) in a coffee shop
Unpublished novelist Adam (Dylan Taylor) tells his girlfriend Tracy (Meghan Heffern) that he plans to fix the plumbing while she is at work. She suggests that he finish his novel instead. Adam whines a bit about not being able to pay half the rent (something Tracy seems totally unconcerned about), and suggests that maybe it’s time to “let the dream die”. Then Tracy goes to work, and Adam heads to the local coffee shop to write. He is met there by Emma , who introduces herself as Death.
Dancing with Death.
Emma (Melanie Scrofano) tells Adam that his time on earth is up, but that he should be happy about it. After his demise (she explains), Tracy will get his novel published and it will become the greatest novel of all time. When Adam remains reluctant to die after learning this, Emma takes an instant liking to him. They spend the rest of the day together, as Emma tries to make sense of why Adam wants so badly to continue living. (Emma claims to only be able to predict what will happen after Adam’s death, and says that she sees what happens before he dies only as a series of choices. The implication is that his influence on the lives of others is made a fixed and immutable thing after his death, because Tracy will have no choice but to get Adam’s novel published.) Continue reading →
Melanie Scrofano will be Emilie Le Domas in READY OR NOT, which stars Samara Weaving as Grace, a young woman who, on her wedding night, joins in a time-honoured tradition of her husband’s rich, eccentric family, a game that unexpectedly turns into a desperate fight for survival. Andie MacDowell will be Becky Le Domas, Grace’s mother-in-law. Other Le Domas family members are played by Adam Brody, Henry Czerny, and Nicky Guadagni. ORPHAN BLACK’s Kristian Bruun and Elyse Levesque are also in the cast. Written by Ryan Murphy (co-creator of American Horror Story), READY OR NOT completed filming in Toronto last November. No release date has been announced. Continue reading →
Jarvis (Suresh John), a revenant we have not met before, does Wynonna’s hair before she is taken to meet Bulshar. .
The touch of Waverly’s ring brings Charlie back from the dead. Later she touches him with the ring again and cures his amnesia. Charlie, it turns out, is actually Julian, so Wynonna inadvertently had sex with Waverly’s dad. (This is a bit like what happened in LOST GIRL Episode 5.2 with Bo and her step-mom Persephone.) After Charlie/Julian re-discovers himself, he takes the ring from Waverly’s finger and puts it on his own. Later, after he uses the ring to heal Nicole (she was stabbed by a beekeeper) he gives the ring back to Waverly because his own ability to use it was depleted. Charlie is later killed, and after that happens, Waverly puts the ring on Nicole’s finger in what seems to be a marriage proposal, but they are interrupted by Wynonna, and Nicole never gets to respond. That ring seems to always find Nicole. Continue reading →