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Isn’t That A Little Bit Dangerous, Jeeves? 15/60

Isn’t That A Little Bit Dangerous, Jeeves? 15/60 published on 1 Comment on Isn’t That A Little Bit Dangerous, Jeeves? 15/60

Jeeves: Come along, Walter.

Bertie: Just a moment, Jeeves.

Has he anywhere to go?

Jeeves: No, sir. That is the usual meaning of ‘homeless’, sir.

Bertie: Well, er…I suppose there’s no need to shove him out on the street just yet, eh?

Jeeves: Just as you say, sir.

1 Comment

Known Stranger on Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:41 pm

So much for the Wooster Resolve, but then again, he isn’t heartless, just brainless for the most part.

BigKwell on Thu Sep 25, 2008 9:08 pm

Thank you, Bertie Wooster! You have proved to me that you’re not the heartless, sarcastic, anal…

…wait a minute… that’s Gregory House I’m describing.

Xuanwu on Thu Sep 25, 2008 9:45 pm

Ah, gotta love how Jeeves applies just the right amount of gentle tugging to make Wooster go in the right direction.

I have noticed the faces don’t seem quite right for the actors. Wooster’s face should be more angular, tapering to the chin to match Laurie. Jeeves should have a rounder face with a soft chin. Both of them look a bit generically squarish.

Winged Knight on Fri Sep 26, 2008 6:18 am

Wait, that’s Walter? I thought the Jeeves and Wooster stories took place at about 1880 to 1890. Am I simply screwing up this chronology, or is Walter a lot older than he’s told everyone?

Kazokuhouou on Fri Sep 26, 2008 10:14 am

Jeeves and Wooster takes place between the two World Wars.

SailorPtah on Fri Sep 26, 2008 1:05 pm

They’re drawn differently in various book illustrations, and differently again in the manga adaptation.

This particular story takes place in 1938.

Xuanwu on Fri Sep 26, 2008 8:06 pm

Well, yes. But this is your chance to use Fry and Laurie’s likenesses in Shine, so I’m puzzled why you’re not going that route.

Kazokuhouou on Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:20 pm

My initial answer is ‘it’s a copout’ but I’m drunk right now.

My guess is that Erin wants to draw Jeeves and Wooster as she sees them in her head, as we all have different images in our heads as we read books, at least until movies and tv ruin it for us.

But I can’t speak for her, I’m just rambling.

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