Guy Day Friday image: I’m definitely coming home with you, Guy

 

rh209_116Sir Guy of Gisborne (Richard Armitage) thinks he’s rescuing Marian (Lucy Griffiths) in Robin Hood 2.9. Source: RichardArmitageNet.com

~ by Servetus on July 12, 2013.

15 Responses to “Guy Day Friday image: I’m definitely coming home with you, Guy”

  1. I just watched this again earlier today. So is she crying because she’s leaving Robin and the forest, because she’s faking it completely or because she just accepted the WRONG marriage proposal??

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  2. She’s crying because it’s almost the end of the 2nd season, she’s leaving, and she chose badly and she just gave her agent a raise.

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    • What a great conclusion, arkenstone. I suppose Lucy Griffiths (Marian) regretted it a lot to never be Guy´s girl

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  3. Because her arms hurt?

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  4. She’s not into spooning?

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  5. Marian when are you ever going to figure out that Guys the man, oh well you just keep boy Robin and I will take the man. She is such a faker.

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    • I have to admit there´s no longer the boyish Robin (never liked him, my ultimate Robin Hood is still Kevin Costner, please, don´t blame me), Jonas Armstrong seems to be grown up, have seen him in “Hit and Miss” on German TV, he really bulked up and presented some muscles.

      But comparing to Guy Robin is a nobody (ok, nothing new)

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  6. Crying because she’s afraid of heights or maybe she has a twig stuck up her ahem, raiment.

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  7. Yuck!! Throw it at once ,darling!

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  8. She’s cying because she is being held tightly against that glorious leather-clad knight and she knows this is as close as she will ever get. Yes, I would go home with Guy, too.

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  9. I am continuously amazed at how little entertainment moguls value this actor’s screen presence. WTH?

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  10. I’m re-watching “Robin Hood” from the begining. I love this scene and the words he tells her “You’re coming home with me ?”. It’s like Mr Thorton to Margaret at the end of “North and South”. 🙂

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