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    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008 edited
    Good morning, Whitechapel. Friday's here, and so's FREAKANGELS.

    And, look at that -- we've hit (and passed by a hair) 100 pages...!
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    Kolfinnia Kokokoho Titching?
    You know, I was wonding. I knew KK couldn't have been her birth name.
    But still, thats a mite odd.

    And I' really beginning to itch to know whats so wrong with Lambeth.
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Haha - I love these subtle explorations of character.
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Now, there's a mouthful. And yet, it still sounds classier than the "Chardonnay Jordon" I heard bellowed across the supermarket last time I was in there. (unsurprisingly, I was in Lambeth at the time...)

    I love the family aspects of this ep - such a sibling fight, albeit with a knife. Did they all grow up together or just some of them?
    • CommentAuthorMs_Vanessa
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    I am loving all the Lambeth slating.
    • CommentAuthordeckard
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Love the way the angle changes looking at the action - like a hidden character tracking the action
    • CommentAuthorLA_Gomez
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    This was an excellent installment. Laughed the entire time.


    I don't think they all grew up together. Reread page one of episode 15 and you will see what I mean.
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    No wonder she prefers KK. Though it makes me think it's not just the length of the name that bothers her, but her past history that's associated with it. I'm curious to know what happened to their parents.
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Crazy chicks are kinda hot
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    Well done.

    Am I noticing a deference to Connor on the part of KK and Kirk? Is he 'the leader', or just the hub for all of the wildly different personalities that make up the Freakangels?
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    And I' really beginning to itch to know whats so wrong with Lambeth.

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    Yeah, I'd gotten the distinct impression that Lambeth's just this crap-ass neighborhood that everybody disses on the way that they used to diss me for living in Anacostia when I went to school on Capitol Hill.

    Poor KK. Her parents were probably just trying to be original. I think it's a weirdly fascinating name.
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    First time this has occurred to me:
    how is "KK" pronounced?

    I imagine it "kie-kie" but I can almost as easily hear "Key key" or "kay kay"

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    hummm purple eyes?
    • CommentAuthorKradlum
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Thank god it's Friday. Only the thought of the latest installment has kept me going til lunchtime. My eyes hurt and I feel sick and dizzy and I have a foul taste in my mouth. I think it's Karma for not telling the entire truth to my smoking cessation counsellor. But honestly, I didn't have a cigarette all week.

    An excellent episode! Lots of action, an interesting exposition and more titillation for the KK fans.

    To most North Londoners, the Sarf is another country, a deeper divide than even East vs West.

    I think we can add Kolfinnia and Kokokoho to the long list of names that my as-yet-unsexed-and-unnamed offspring will be given.
    • CommentAuthorFlabyo
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008 edited
    I think this is probably my favourite part so far, although why that is I'm not really sure.

    I have friends that live in Greenwich, they say similar things about North Londoners :)
    • CommentAuthorKradlum
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    I imagine it "kie-kie" but I can almost as easily hear "Key key" or "kay kay"

    I say Kay Kay in my head.
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Nice to see the two of them have fun. Kolfinna Kokokoho Titching is preferable to some names I know of. And they had Mums! And tea. That's why they're civilized.
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    Kay Kay was my assumption as well.

    'Round these parts, we've got a bunch of places named for Native American words. KK around here is what everybody calls the street and park named Kinnickinnic (an Ojibwe Indian word meaning "what is mixed", referring to what was mixed and smoked with tobacco). This has been "Facts About Wisconsin and Indians".
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2008
    Kokokoho Kradlet? hmm. it has a certain ring... :P

    and yeah, i say Kay Kay.