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Author:  NormaTJackson [ Wed Jan 28, 2015 4:16 am ]
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moviemaniac wrote:
that the first word of the show is "good" and the last word of the show is "wicked"? Do you think that those opposites being bookends was intentional, or just a coincidence?

Nice and active observation, but I think it is a coincidence only.

Author:  thatsgoodtoo [ Tue May 12, 2015 1:17 pm ]
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ForGood wrote:
It is NOT a coincidence but part of the show's design to contrast GOOD and WICKED. The show is about perceptions and honesty. What is perceived as GOOD may in fact be WICKED and vice versa. Brilliant. Throughout the story the characters touch on the GOOD and WICKED aspects of themselves as they discover who they really are and how they fit in with the world. If you think the book is weak then you don't get it.


Absolutely. When millions is ploughed into such a show, i doubt there are many coincidences. Don't forget, writers, dramaturgs etc go through it with a fine toothed comb

Author:  RikerMRP [ Tue May 12, 2015 4:09 pm ]
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Also has anyone noticed that in Phantom of the Opera Christine's last word is "morning" while the Phantom's last word is "night"? I love it when writers do stuff like that, it makes me love those musicals even more! :)

Author:  madooeiei [ Mon Feb 15, 2016 1:59 am ]
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I hope it was intentional but it's equally wonderful if it's a coincidence.

Author:  Sao Paulo [ Sat Feb 27, 2016 8:37 am ]
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I think there was a coincidence between those 2 words. One is starting with good and another is bad words.

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