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we were not ready.. | Fans REACT to THE LAST OF US on HBO - Episode 3: Long, Long Time (SPOILERS)
WE CAN'T STOP CRYING! - The Last of Us Episode 3 Reaction
- čas přidán 29. 01. 2023
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Suzy & Steejo react to The Last of Us TV show. The Last of Us is an American post-apocalyptic drama television series created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann for HBO. Based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog, the series follows Joel (Pedro Pascal), a smuggler tasked with escorting the teenage Ellie (Bella Ramsey) across a post-apocalyptic United States.
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It was Bill was taking care of the flowers that killed me. Their first big blowout fight was over Bill not caring what the place looked like, and he still probably didn't. But it was important to Frank. That's love.
I also appreciate Ellie's fascination with the infected, because she's supposed to be infected right now, she's supposed to be one of them, so it makes sense that she has this morbid curiosity.
Yes. Notice the shot of the dead flowers as E & J arrive.
FYI: as a bearded man who kisses other bearded men, it’s nothing like velcro. The beards kinda cancel each other out. You don’t even notice em. 😂
It's like when a girl does not shave...
@Sergio T very that.
@Sergio T Exactly, girls have the right not to shave and to have a beard
@Val no one said they didn't?
Thank you. I've never kissed a bearded man before.
The door closed when Joel cracked the bedroom door because of the draft created by the window that Bill and Frank left open to keep the house from smelling. There are so many thoughtful little details like this in this series so far which is wonderful. Yes, Bill and Frank's is a beautiful story.
The science is good but I'd like to think that it was Bill and Frank's souls still living in their home. I know I'm wrong, but I still can't get over them.
@Dan That's exactly what i thought too
i didn’t think of the scientific explanation, i was thinking it as bill and franks souls leaving the house.
Bill knew how to survive, Frank knew how to live. What a heartbreakingly beautiful episode. Can't say enough about the writing, cinematography, and acting. ❤️💔
"Bill knew how to survive, Frank knew how to live." PERFECTLY said.
@marc andreyko Lol, you can find that comment under every video about this episode on every social media, a least fifty 50 times. I doubt he was "the first one".
Bill & Frank's story was so beautiful, I don't think I can get their image of being together out of my head for a long time. The last scene on the window with two wind blowing curtain, its like Bill & Frank was standing by the window and seeing them leaving, and blessing Joel has also found a new purpose in his life.
OK, your comment is making me cry again. Such beautiful imagery. - Suzy
That's actually the games menu screen as well, absolutely beautiful
@Suzy & Steejo Thank you, I am flattered. Being you and Steejo's fan for a long time(pun intended).
When a window and a blowing curtain make you cry, you know its great filmmaking. So beautiful.
@Sarah E or you need to reevaluate your life....
The grumpy old man dying stuck in his ways is so overdone, this was really a breath of fresh air. A lot of games and movies kind of glamorize the badass survivalist who is ready for anything, so it's kind of cool to have this version of Frank swoop in and essentially be a badass because he cared enough to plant strawberries and flowers.
It was a huge divergence from the game, but in the game Bill literally just walks you to a truck. This was so much more impactful.
Yes, we only get snippets of this in the game through notes and other findable things, but this really fleshed it out in such a nice way
The Bill & Frank plot was very emotional, I've never seen such tragic story ever before on television.
From the objective point of view, they're extremely lucky with how things went for them. This is one of the least tragic stories I've ever seen in the "zombie" post-apo. Of course, it is mildly bittersweet but mostly lovely and heartwarming. :-)
@NeugeCZ hmm what could be more tragic than this, maybe this is when you recommend it to me so I may watch too 🤷
@Divine Chareka haunting of bly manor, DARK ... two shows that immediately came to mind that I think are way more tragic, I highly recommend both
It’s not tragic, they lived the best possible life they could, and went out on their own terms, it was beautiful, sad, bittersweet, but not tragic
Watch the notebook lol 😢
This was the most I’ve cried for any episode of tv ever
@TRAVFROMTHELOU right I thought the same thing..2 characters that appear in 1 episode🤣
@Scardin35 ppl are being way over dramatic about this shit. Cuz they just wanna be "look at me I fucking care about gay dudes, I'm so woke"
I'm not woke nor homophobic but I still cried, I had a few hard days and this this episode made me led out my emotions which I very needed. Can't wait for Tommy and Joel reunion, oh boi.
@Patricia Jin that’s what happens when writers focus on making a natural love story rather than sending some political message
Seeing the school scene and the interaction with Bill and Ellie would have been crazy but something about seeing Bill actually be happy and love someone more than himself was something special
Just a great romamce. But also probably one of the best LGBTQ romances I've seen in media period. Especially given its only one episode, the amount of depth they're able to achieve speaks volumes to the actors and writing
Totally agree! Especially when the game came out so many years ago. They were a couple, but the storyline was not this deep and Frank goes before 😭 - this is definitely a better take on their romance.
I've seen shows that go over five seasons and don't give their queer characters half as much time together as these two fellas got in one episode. The only comparable relationship I've seen was Paige and Emily in Pretty Little Liars who -across SEVEN seasons got exactly one sex scene. And it was only in a dream. And it wasn't even one of their dreams, it was Emily's best friend's drug and sleep deprivation induced vision. They were fleshed out more than any other queer relationship I've seen on a mainstream series. Especially a teen mainstream series.
The beauty of the Strawberry scene is something else.
I think this was the 11th reaction video I watched for the episode and I've cried every single time, so yeah, this episode hit me like a ton of bricks, I was hoping the whole time they wouldn't go with the game story and I absolutely loved what they did, it was just heartbreakingly beautiful! 😭💖
Lol me too! Why am I just going and watching everybody crying and crying with them all over again
...it is difficult to improve a story that was already good....this chapter surprised me in a capital way!!
I see what you did there.
I'm just now noticing when bill and Frank were arguing about taking care of the neighborhood, how even he was angry, it was no longer "I" it was "we" when he said "we don't have friends". Even that early in their relationship it was no longer just him in his mind. Probably for the first time in even longer than the apocalypse, probably nearly his whole life. He was finally living for someone else.
Craig Mazin’s (this show’s co-creator) also created the “Chernobyl” TV miniseries, which is absolutely amazing. Really worth a watch if you haven’t seen it.
100% why the show is so good at tension building. Chernobyl was wild in that regard.
Chernobyl might be the best miniseries I've ever seen, but you have to be strong to watch it.
Ellie has a lot of anger and trauma already from her being bit and Tess's death. And you forget she is a military orphan/child soldier student. She is trained to fight though hasn't yet had real fights. She's only sadistic if you judge her by OUR world. You have to judge her by HER world.
I also picked up more anger than sadism from Ellie. Perhaps some morbid curiosity. But like you say, this is a different world.
I loved this episode. The relationship between Bill and Frank was wonderfully done and very acted. I cried at the end. 😢 Huge kudos to the two male actors. Also, huzzah to Ellie for finding the Tampax. - Last episode, when Elllie needs to go pee, I thought "that's the least of your worries love" and here they are addressing that in this episode; albeit obliquely 😃
I think the door closing was the cross-breeze when he opened up the door slightly to the bedroom (since they had opened the window in there)
they showed the part with Ellie and the Clicker to show that she's not as innocent as Joel wants to think she is. Joel won't let her have a gun because he doesn't want her to have to kill anything and experience the potential trauma that comes with that. but Ellie is already hardened and her interaction with the Clicker shows that.
I sort of saw it as her survivor's guilt and her venting her anger. (It wasn't that long ago for her…😔)
Wasn’t even a clicker lol
@hpfrk was gonna say it was a stalker
Bill taught Frank how to survive, and Frank taught Bill how to live. In the game Frank ends up leaving to see the world because he's too extroverted, gets infected, and hangs himself before turning. So Bill is a lot more bitter about the one person he trusted leaving him.
Either way Bill serves to show Joel the difference between surviving, and living. Bill is a survival expert, but what does he know about living until he opens up? In the game he shows Joel how bad he can become if he doesn't trust people or open up, in the show he shows Joel how good it can become and what he could've had with Tess. So either way Joel starts to open up.
That's the major theme in the Last of Us. Surviving vs Living.
I cried a lot with this episode, but this is the best ending for someone in the last of us probably, the ending was so sad but they live their life and grew together and they had everything.
in my opinion that was a phenomenal episode. maybe my favorite episode so far. ( or maybe the first part of the first episode with Sarah alive was my favorite so far.)
talking about episode 3 in comparison with the game most of the differences i liked.
i loved how they developed the relationship between Bill and Frank. and i also liked to see the lunch between Bill, Frank, Tess and Joel. Bill and Frank actors were super well chose on my opinion.
great video, Suzy and steejo. i think that was pretty nice to hear your thoughts and to see your reactions to this third episode of The Last of us Series.
The episodes with the least actions are usually the one that capture your heart emotionally and tears it later. Great screen writing in this one. My fav as well.
Was the bloater in the school in the show?
@jonathan burger no, they completely changed the episode
@jonathan burger it will appear later on, maybe several of them
yea i think they’re saving bloaters for later on
I think the game version of Bill was perfect for the game. I'll deflinitely miss not seeing Bill and Ellie trade barbs in the show, or the _"Now get the hell outta my town"_ line, or the hilarious nudie mag scene. But I'm happy the tv version of Bill found someone who truly loved him and was able to live a full and happy life.
Beautiful episode! As for why the flour might not have been affected by baking/heating; many species of fungi are “fire-loving” and require wild fires/heat to complete their life cycle and release spores. The fungi itself dies and can’t survive the heat, but it’s spores survive and help repopulate a devastated forest after a wildfire! Kinda neat! (And a little scary!)
bill didn't wanted him to fix up the place and mown the lawn because if people passed by they would see people are thriving here and they get attacked frequently
I 100 percent agree. This is the second character that's better then in the game just because 9f the extra character building. Tess and Bill ... not saying that the videogame tess and bill are bad because they are not. They just wouldn't be as impactfull as they are now in the show. Different mediums requires different storytelling and even improvements because of the freedom a different medium can offer. Plus now it lines up with joel going to tommy. Wich also happens after bills town in game. So the timelime is pretty accurate
also, can I say how much I loved the way we had the same outcome of the game? we needed a car and that's how we got it. love it so much :(
About the flour; when we're first introduced to Joel's next-door neighbours, it appears that the man is feeding the woman underbaked biscuits. So it might not have been everyone who ate flour, but enough. Or if someone was cooking with flour, they might inhale or accidentally ingest a dusting of it.
There have also been cases IRL of fungal contamination surviving baking and poisoning people, particularly ergot. The fungus itself may be killed, but the spores it reproduces from survive
I was even crying the day after the episode every time I thought about it, so touching, this is the first time in years I cry like that because of a tv show, so amazing, thank you for sharing this reaction with us.
in love with this episode, and i'm a fan of the game. i really don't mind the changes that made this episode so beautiful omg cried through it all
Really loved this story. I kind of missed the Ellie and Bill banter, but this was so beautifully done. I prefer this for the TV show.
You said next episode is gonna be about Tommy, I hope not. I want Sam. Those who played the game know.
I believe Mazin said they're still roaming around the house, they're souls are still there in their city and the door closing by itself represents it.
That's a interesting and beautiful thought. I thought it was the physics of the open window.
This episode was just so touching. Many shows try for this, but this one knocked it out of the park.
I always find it kinda interesting how some people don't trust Frank, more or less forgetting that 16 years later Joel knows and is on his way to see both of them lol.
I swear I totally feel you too, this has been such a wonderful Episode and the back-story of Frank and Bill made me cry so much 🥺🥺🥺😭😭😊
I'm 63 and I cried like everyone else.
Such a great review/reaction! This retelling of their story is so much better. Also, they really strike home Joel's "survivor guilt" and inability to protect the people he cares about.... setting the stage for the final act. You got my subscribe!
i was literally SOBBING so loud i kid you not. there were tears everywhere and i was just aughhh
This is Offermans best role evah...i was scared, happy and so into the love bill and frank have...best movie scene ever
Don't feel bad Steeljo,,,lots of people cried during this episode:) cheers from Seattle, Washington
I guess Frank had MS. My dad use to be an in-home caregiver for a guy with MS and that's kinda what it's like, you lose a lot of energy and motor control or your limbs.
I love your reactions so natural. And don't worry Suzy, hopefully you will be an adorable old lady with Steejo by your side. My best wishes to you two.
This episode destroyed me. Was not expecting 😭
The fungus adapted to hotter temperatures which is why it was able to survive in the oven. That's why the topic of the earth getting warmer was brought up in episode one and 2003 just so happened to have a record-breaking heatwave around the world
That's the theory but yeah... in no world a fungus could survive +200 degrees in an oven😂
Frank likely had Cancer. This is deduced from him needing an MRI, as well as saying the line "It didn't have a cure even before the pandemic." This makes this episode hit even harder, and hit close to to home for so many people.
For some reason I thought it was a motor neuron disease
Well, it could have just as likely been MS or any other muscular disease, do to his having a hard time using his hands and arms.
@Chris Clouser Yes, these are also likely causes.
In the podcast Neil and Craig said they purposely kept in vague but most likely a neurodegenerative disorder of some type.
Parkinson’s I imagine
Yeast itself is a form of fungus, and together with the flour will continue the high-temp "baking process" even after taking out of the oven. That's why it's reccommended to wait for bread to cool before eating. Since the codryceps mutated, it may also be much more resistant to high temps? 🤔
My guess is you inhale the flour when preparing things like cookies or pancakes and that's how it started, not necessarily from the food you make with the flour itself.
My wife & I watched this in silence, initially worried that Bill would be hurt when playing the piono, how wrong we were, just amazingly episode & it was like Linda Ronstadt 'long long time' was written for them.
The beauty of this episode is that it subverts our expectations. We've been conditioned through modern storytelling to fear everything, especially the benign, the innocuous. Dolls, children, children with dolls, dolls that look like children, all manner of seemingly harmless and familiar things, all trying to kill you. We expect that any kindness will be answered with violence, that any trust met with betrayal. We as an audience have been primed to fear the most faithful of friends, the most reliable family members - especially in this particular genre of horror - and when we encounter a story about caring and commitment amongst the ruins of a dying world, we don't know how to process it and it hits hard. "I was not expecting this" seems to be the most common refrain, with good reason. This is ostensibly a series about a 'zombie apocalypse' where anyone and everyone can go from being a kindred soul to a mortal threat in an instant and no one is to be trusted, especially other humans. Yet this particular tale is about trust, and love, both matrimonial and romantic. It's about allowing oneself to be vulnerable and in that vulnerability, finding those moments of existence that are both ephemeral and priceless. We expect a calamity, a personal buskin beyond the destruction of our civilization. We anticipate a type of misfortune that doesn't occur. During the worst catastrophe in the history of human kind, we bear witness the best thing to ever happen to these two humans, and it's profound; jarring. We await a devastation that never comes to pass; that expectation of tragedy is subverted by a story of love. We expect blood and destruction; what we get is a masterpiece about small, beautiful lives lived less ordinary.
This is one of the best stories ever told on film, in my opinion, and it's based on a video game; we've come a long way from Pong.
I never played the game, but I know more or less what happens thanks to people talking about it. It sounds to me that this was an alternate version of events that both deviates from and adds emotional depth to the game character of Bill. I think anyone playing or replaying the game after seeing this episode, will find themselves seeing through Bill's tough veneer, and recognise fully his soft, emotional, wounded soul.
Thankyou for the beautiful and genuine reaction to an utterly wonderful and heartbreaking episode. I cried along with you, because I was not yet done crying over it. Oh, my aching heart.
i think the scene where ellie killed the mushroom man at the beginning was great honestly! the lack of emotion expressed gave me the impression that there was actually a lot going on inside her at that moment. morbid curiosity at first and then maybe of mercy by taking them out of their misery while also kinda letting her anger out at this one thing symbolizing the fucked up state of the world that she has to grow up in with that single stab... i think that outward look of apathy shows that she's been through a lot and has some serious issues.. understandibly yk
They said Frank's illness was incurable before the pandemic, so I took it as something like ALS, Huntington's, Parkinson's, etc.
The last shot of the open window really hit me. It was like Bill and Frank's spirit was watching them drive away, from their POV. And Pedro's reaction, as he looked at her as she read the letter, was just perfect. Waterfalls of tears. Also liked the parallel of how Bill and Frank fell in love to Linda Ronstadt, and then Ellie and Joel are driving away listening to it as well, their relationship softening bit by bit.
Nick Offerman was brilliant casting, couldn't imagine anyone better. And he killed it.
It was confirmed by the behind the scenes that it was parkinson's so you're right on the money
@Shawnee Bushatz i thought it was dementia or sth like that, because Frank was kinda struggling with remembering which amount of pills to take
@Vũ Lương Lân I stand corrected by the disease though the writers confirmed it's something like MS which is a disease that basically similar to parkinson's causes people to to get worse and worse over time
I’m thinking Frank had MS or ALS. Such a freaking lovely story!! ❤️🩹❤️🩹❤️🩹
@Vũ Lương Lân naw he was just done with the day to day routine as you can see his character is more about living it up as Bill is about survival.
For those curious fans about the full letter of Bill including the last part, here it goes:
August 29, 2023
If you find this, please do not come into the bedroom. We left a window open so that the house wouldn't smell, but it will be probably a sight. I'm guessing you found this, Joel, because anyone else would have been electrocuted or blown up by one of my traps hehhehheh. Take anything you need. The bunker code is the same as the gate code but in reverse, do not make a mistake or you will also get blown to shit. I am not joking. Don't fuck that up hehhehheh.
Anyway, I never liked you, but still, its like we're friends. Almost. And I respect you. So i'm gonna tell you something because you're probably the only person who'll understand. I used to hate the world, and I was happy when everyone died.
But I was wrong because was one person worth saving. And that's what I did, I saved him, and then I protected him. That's why men like you and me are here. We have a job to do, and God help any motherfuckers who stand in our way. I leave you all of my weapons and equipment. Use them to keep Tess safe, until such time as you and she decide you've had enough. At that point, I recommend pairing 40 Vicodins with a nice Brunello.
One of the best episodes of TV that I've seen. Penny Dreadful S2 E3 "The Nightcomers" is up there as well. It's a stand alone episode so you can just watch that and not invest in the whole season.
This episode of The Last Of Us for me was one of the best episodes of TV I have ever seen beautifully told much much better than the way it was told in the game
I prefer the game!
Grumpy Bill after he lost Frank had great interactions with Ellie! 😆
I also wonder about periods during the apocalypse, too! The bit with the Tampax killed me.
I think Ellie killing the clicker can seem morbid, but she does also ask Joel if it's hard to kill them when you remember they're people. I felt like this was mostly her trying to adjust to the world she lives in, but you could also see it as a mercy killing.
There are so many subtle things about the Bill/Frank story that mess me up. The crying at the piano, the hands hesitantly on the back, "love it the way I want to," the strawberries, baaaaaaaah. I can't.
Also the fact that when they were having dinner with joel, joel said they had medicine that's probs where he got the pills to treat franks illness for all those years.
Well I for one never skips intro and outro that's part of reaction to discuss if we agree to disagree on our perspectives. Loved the reaction it was such a emotional ride crying with you guys 😭
The door was a trip wire so they wouldn't go inside. I loved this episode. Love is love!
Such a beautiful episode 😭 ❤️
About 4 days later I remembered this scene and started crying all over again. 😭
honestly, i think ellie cutting open the stalker was more or so her trying to see if it was still human underneath. it also explains why she was waving her knife around, to see if the eyes would follow. so when she noticed there was just more fungus under the skin, and no sign of humanity left, she stabbed it. it sort of shows her innocence still in a way.
Funny enough, while you'd think you'd kill the fungus by baking it actually grows when you bake flour products like cookies or bread. It's why you can find mold is freshly baked goods sometimes.
I'm hoping they bring Bill & Frank back with flashbacks of the 13 years before they died....more of the friendship of the two couples.
I was waiting for them to realise the song in the casette tape was the one Bill sang to Frank (the one that Frank TRIED to sing).
I’ve never cried in a movie or tv show but this almost made me tear up
Almost? I've sobbed at every reaction 😭😭
@Yusra Last time I cried was watching pokemon ep 11 in 1999
Ellie is dealing with trauma. She was attacked by the infected and she also lost at least 2 friends. So she has survivor's guilt and residual anger. She took out some of those emotions on the guy in the basement.
As far as cooking killing the cordyceps fungus, in France in 1951 there was an outbreak of ergot poisoning in rye. More than 250 people were involved, including 50 people interned in asylums and 7 deaths. Ergot is a grain fungus that causes hallucinations in humans.
Really nice reaction. This episode is so good- and I have watched so, so many reviews and reactions to it. Genuinely one of the best hours of television I have seen in years.
I was a little skeptical over this episode at first because of the game but realized we can't look at it like that. We have to combine the game and show together to show the world this beautiful story.
I can see how Ellie cutting that infected guy's head might seem a little sadistic but I'd like to think she was trying to see how inhuman it now is giving her the curage to stab it in the head and put it out of it's misery.
This episode was so powerful what a performance by the way i love y'all reactions keep it up
I've gotta agree. As a long-time fan of the game, this was such a better story for a tv adaptation. Of course the witty back-and-forth between Ellie and Bill in the game was fantastic, but his presence was mostly to aid the gameplay. This was absolutely beautiful though
Damn it, this makes my cry again
12:30 The flour thing could be a nod to ergotism, since that persists even after baking
giving a thumbs up because the guy is right.. this is an incredible piece of storytelling
Bella a UK actor perfects an American accent...very well done
I can't say anymore than "Incredible well done"
This episode made me cry so hard that I was worried my neighbors would come check on me. I'm not exaggerating. People don't talk enough about how significant it is that Bill immediately admits, "There's no girl," to a stranger. Frank could've been a raging homophobe who would've wanted to harm him for being gay. There were several real world examples of that happening to people at that time. Bush was trying to ban gay marriage then too, so this had to be intentional timing on the show's part. The fact that Frank cries when they first kiss, and Bill is so hesitant at first but reciprocates the kiss quickly despite how paranoid he is, shows just how lonely and starved for love both men have been. The showrunners have said Frank had MS or ALS and already knew about it. I definitely would've done the same as Frank and Bill at the end. As a gay wheelchair user with a degenerative neuromuscular disease, this episode hit me HARD. The front door closed because Bill left the bedroom window open so the house wouldn't smell, and Joel trying to open the bedroom door created a cross breeze that made the front door close. This was the happy ending Bill and Frank deserved, and I'm so glad I didn't have that fate from the game poisoning my expectations.
You still have to handle the four before baking whatever it is you're making. I think just by handling the flour and coming into contact with the quadriceps was probably enough. I'm sure that we inhale microscopic particles of flour whenever we make something with it. Also, the front door closed when Joel tried to open the bedroom door. Leaving the front door open created like a vacuum in the hallway so when Joel tried opening the bedroom door it pulled the front door shut. That's why he initially couldn't open the bedroom door. If he tried to open it after the front door closed, it would have opened right up.
LOL the part where they were watching Ellie messing with the infected person and then she stabbed him in the head all I kept telling myself was " don't bother wondering why Americans do what we do, you just won't get it" 🤣🤣
You can always see who's the most sentimental of mates. Here, you are both as susceptible to tears, but she seems less comfortable with emotional pain. So, she talks through it to lessen its sting. He seems to surrender to it and lets the tears wash over him.
the world would be better with more people sensitive like you .. 💓
"If a lot of people love each other, the world would be a better place to live."
You're my new favorite reaction channel. such an amazing couple
I've never been a Nick Offerman fan before, but this episode broke me and changed my mind about him.
I freaking love your triceratops shirt that is fantastic! Thank you for posting this loved your reactions
Haha thank you so much. - Suzy
I'm sure by now you've discovered the difference between bacteria and fungus and that fungus doesn't get 100% killed off at baking temps (gross). the infection theory is sound, except the part where cordyceps can't infect mammals. Love you guys' reactions and insights.
The character Frank had Parkinson’s Disease apparently and you can ask the people that did the series about things like that I heard. Going to watch the 4th episode at some point.
as a fan of the games... I didn't mind the deviation in the story... because, instead, the show delivered us pure, liquid gold
Really good video y'all, you two are awesome 😎
OMG the whole baking thing has been on my mind too, so glad you bought it up. its still a great way to tell why this all exploded though, I just cannot stop thinking about it.
The song in the truck when they are leaving is the song they played on the piano 🙌🏻👊🏻
I think the spores were mixed into the flour and the people weren't infected from eating the food necessarily but rather when they were baking and handling the flour.
Finding freedom to love without restraint in an inhabitable world (it was so beautiful, I am still ugly crying
I never played the game - from that perspective I thoroughly enjoyed your reaction, input, and especially reliving that with you guys! I need a minute.