Smells Like Pirates Signpost Project

Smells Like Pirates Signpost Project

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  • Contrast and Contradictions
  • Should I tell them I don't want to be the president of L.O.S.T?
  • Aha Moment
  • What's that in my bedroom window? Is it a face?
  • Words of the Wiser
  • We must stand united. Your uncle would have wanted it that way.
  • Homer didn't want to be the president of L.O.S.T, which is odd because it is a secret treasure hunting organization and Homer absolutely loves treasure hunting. It is a really big honor that the late president wanted Homer to take his place. Most people would jump at the opportunity but instead Homer doesn't want to do it. 
  • Tough Questions
  • Lorelei is trying to get the treasure. Will she give it to Madame? Will she keep it for herself?
  • Homer saw something in his bedroom window just when he was leaving his house. He saw it was his sister Gwendolyn. He didn't understand what she was doing. He didn't realize what happened until a day later. Lorelei, Homer's enemy, came to his house and Gwendolyn had given her something she had found in his room when searching for a birthday present. Something very special. Homer's treasure map of the treasure of a famous pirate. 
  • Again and Again
  • Your working for her?! Again?!
  • Zelda was a friend of Homer's uncle before he died. Homer and her have just recieved bad news so now Zelda is trying to comfort him and giving him words of the wiser to not lose hope and stand united.
  • Memory Moment
  •  Best Friends!
  • Homer is currently in the water running out of oxygen. Hercules and Lorelei are in the submarine and Lorelei is trying to get the treasure through a device on the submarine. Homer is asking himself if Lorelei is going to double cross him again. They'd made an agreement to split the treasure fifty-fifty.
  • Throughout the series, Lorelei double crosses Homer. She's worked for Madame multiple times. This is something that happen again and again.
  • When Homer say Lorelei on television, he saw a flash of when they used to be friends. He remembered how she had welcomed him, they'd explored the city together,  Lorelei had given Homer soup and went on their adventure in the helicopter together. Whenever Homer sees her he remembers their past.
  • I remember how she showed me around the city. I remember how she welcomed me. I miss that side of her.
  • Absolutely!
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