Ever-Expressive Guy: Bound Guy

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We return to our day with Sir Guy. We’ve seen him in the forest, taunting the Hooded One, and finally ending up with a knife to his (long and beautiful) throat. Now Forest Boy has our Dark Knight all tied up. Even with the gag in his mouth, the Sultan of Smoulder can speak volumes with those incredibly seductive and expressive eyes. . . .

Something tells me the lusty wenches are gonna like this. A lot.

Do you realize the millions of red-blooded women who would love to have me like this, Bobbin? ME. Not you, the medieval Justin Beiber with scruffy facial hair. Also take note of these eyes. Brother, do I rock the Guyliner or what??

Maddens you that I look so much sexier in such a predicament than you ever could, doesn't it, Hood? *mentally laughing evilly since the bloody gag is in the way*

Warning. Very Sexy Smirk Alert.

Yeah, you've got me, oh Baron of Bloatface. Now what are you going to DO with me?

Is that the best you can do, Forest Boy? Oh, and take notice of how these tight sleeves and my bound condition really showcase my studly arms.

Oh, come off it, Hoodie. I'm already scorching hot. And my "sword" will always be hotter than yours . . .


Face it, Forest Boy, you don’t have “IT” and I do. You will never be as hot and sexy as I. The only way you’ll smoulder is if we set you on fire.

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I'm an LA native--Lower Alabama, that is. My husband of more than 30 years and I live here on a portion of my family's former farm with two gorgeous calicos and a handsome GSD mix. My background is art education, and over the years I've been a teacher, department store photographer, sales associate and a journalist. My husband, his business partner and I have Pecan Ridge Productions, a video production company, for which I shoot & edit video and stills and manage marketing. I also still write part-time for the local paper. I love movies, music, art, photography and books, and my tastes in all of them are eclectic.

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    • 😉 I just can’t resist–really, if the Tiger Aspect people didn’t want us to mock the show, they should never have had their conception of Robin as written and played by JA up against the brilliance, sexiness, beauty and valuable experience that is RA and clad him in all that black leather and eyeliner?? I mean, really.

      And Richard’s expressions in that Tree Porn scene are just sooooooo mmmmmmmmmmmmm. *thud*

  1. No one, but no one can go up against RA’s smoldering sexiness and acting brilliance. JA might as well as stayed home.

    • Truly, I am no great Jonas Armstrong fan, but I have to say he was already defeated before the battle even started through no fault of his own. As Guy says, he has “IT” and Jonas didn’t. And then to top it all off, Marian had far more chemistry with the bad guy than with her love interest.

      • As I’ve mentioned in other comments I’m re-watching my RH DVD’s and the more I watch the more Guy just stands out. Jonas, to my mind, could not begin to compete against RA right from the word go. He was out-classed in looks, physique, and acting abilities. The costumes they gave him didn’t help when compared to the head to toe leathers, whether they be black or the “Milan tailored” one from S3!! Richard certainly steals the show even though he is called upon to be the “baddie” for a lot of it. Yeah! He sure has “IT” in spades!!

        • Let’s face it, for all intents and purposes Richard WAS the star of the show. If they wanted to create this great memorable Robin Hood for a new generation–they shot themselves in the foot big time. What we got instead courtesy of Richard’s fab performance was the most memorable, sexiest, most complex anti-hero of a sheriff’s henchman ever, Guy of Gisborne. It is his performance people will be talking about years from now, not Jonas’s.

  2. RA just took that character and layered him with such emotion and depth that not even with storylines that called for killing Marian could we not root for Guy instead of Robin.

    Alan Rickman also acted circles around Kevin Costner in that movie Robin Hood (in my opinion). I remember not being able to take my eyes off the Sheriff because he was so brilliantly played by Alan Rickman. RA stole every scene too.

    • Yep, Guy had already won our hearts before the whole Marian debacle.
      I always felt Kevin Costner was a bit bland as an actor. And to put him up against Alan rickman who is anything but bland pretty much guaranteed the sheriff would overshadow the hero.

  3. “The only way you’ll smoulder is if we set you on fire” ha ha haha ! That’s fantastic and so very true! Well done Guy and Angie! 🙂

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