Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Harry Gibbs, Oct 23, 2012.
why did the maid age?
is it on Netflix?
no. i procured it from a different source. official story: a friend had them all dvr'd.
I thought to those who wanted to fornicate with her she appeared young and hawt, and to everyone else she was old and had that milky eye(reflecting where she was shot I assume).
I forgot which character said it, but one of them mentions "men see what they want to see."
And that women see what's on the inside of a person. So broads saw her "old soul".
but was she old at the time she was shot or was she young? she refers to herself as being young at the time she was shot. if that's the case, why did she age when no one else did? the broads didn't see the doctpr's wife as being old.
Here's an answer from IMDB:
"Why is it the maid (Moira) has aged yet NONE of the other ghosts get older??
Every ghost has been influenced by his / her death. Since Moira's death was caused by infidelity, she has the ability to either appear as a subject for infidelity or as she really is. In actual fact Moira hasn't aged, as she mentions to Vivian it is her soul that is old and it is mostly women who see a person's soul which is why Vivian and Violet see her as old and the men see her as young."
you gonna ask about the plot flaws in Gilligan's Island next?
That young Moira was nice lookin' wool.
oh that maikes sense thanks.