Talk:Special Act - We're Getting Married!

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"It was released on DVD in Japan with English subtitles." Says who? -- DENelson83 11:35, 13 July 2006 (MST)

Anyone who can confirm the attack name in the 4th trivia? Thx! 210 23:38, 19 July 2006 (MST)

Ami somehow got by the clowns and made it to the Senshi. Obviously they didn't think that it was important enough to show on screen, so I really don't see why we need an entire section devoted to it. Kerochan no Miko 18:16, 24 January 2007 (MST)

But it was shown how she got by the clowns, & that Youma is more powerful than the clowns, so it's worth mentioning. As I've said in my edit note, that section is temporary until it can be incorporated into the summary when the latter is expanded. --210 18:41, 24 January 2007 (MST)
And as I said, that part is nowhere near important enough to need a "temporary section". They never touched on it in the episode, fine. So what. It's not a huge enough thing to merit mention before any other part of the episode. Kerochan no Miko 18:51, 24 January 2007 (MST)
As I've explained in my last comment, that part is important enough to be worth mentioning, hence a section is needed to temporarily house it before the Summary section is elaborated enough to be able to incorporate it. Let's make a compromise: I'll incorporate it into the summary section temporarily in the source code only for future editors to include it once the section is ready. --210 04:38, 25 January 2007 (MST)
Partially done - since my current device can't do cut-&-paste, I'll move it into the Summary section when I'm on the right device. --210 05:35, 25 January 2007 (MST)
Done. --210 06:28, 25 January 2007 (MST)
If you're all that concerned about it, feel free to write up the summary and include that part. However, there is no reason whatsoever to put one minor part of the summary into the article by itself before the rest of the summary is written. I have no idea why you're so fixated on that minor plot point before the actually important things that happened in the episode. Kerochan no Miko 10:44, 25 January 2007 (MST)

^ I've never thought that that point is more important than the other parts, it's just worth to be made. Just like other trivia bits, its inclusion before other important parts doesn't make it more important than those parts. I included it just when it came to my mind. It isn't necessary here to make a schedule of which part to be added into the article before another according to importance. And I've never formally added it into the Summary section since it's not ready. I also can't write long articles here due to my own circumstances. --210 18:58, 25 January 2007 (MST)

I'm sure that part will be noted in the summary, once it's written. But again, I don't understand why you think it needs to be in the article before the summary is written. It's a very very tiny detail from the episode and there's nothing urgent about putting it in here. Calm down a little. Kerochan no Miko 19:47, 25 January 2007 (MST)
I put it just as it came to my mind, so it won't be forgotten (I don't wanna memorize it & my memory isn't always good lol). Anyway, I consider this settled now. ^^ --210 20:43, 25 January 2007 (MST)

This page was last modified 07:15, 16 February 2007. This page has been accessed 1,573 times. lol --210 00:25, 16 February 2007 (MST)

The arrangement of Usagi & Mamoru "catching up" w/ their friends at the end of the episode was obviously intentional, but why isn't it still a goof? --210 07:39, 16 February 2007 (MST)

Partially because it was obviously intentional, and was left ambiguous. It could have been intended to be symbolic, in that they were figuratively saying goodbye to everyone as they left, or it could have been something as simple as that Usagi and Mamoru stopped for dinner and when they left saw all the guests leaving. Goofs are accidental messups, not deliberate parts of filmmaking. Kerochan no Miko 07:44, 16 February 2007 (MST)
Nah, goofs could be intentional & not overlooked mistakes, e.g. Tux's "strapless" mask removed by Sailormoon, the Senshi's "variable" heels, etc. That's why I stressed "obviously intentional" in my last comment. But since you've found possible explanations in artistic symbolism (a la their treatment of Minako's death) & real life matter (I'd say the newly-weds went to an hourly-rental love hotel rather than dinner), I'll give the benefits of doubt to it. --210 08:56, 16 February 2007 (MST)
Tux's mask and the heels are different - they were deliberate in that there were two different versions of the mask and heels, but they weren't intended to be seen on screen as different. (Unless you're trying to say that Senshi's shoes could magically change heel size within the show universe.) The same goes for Sailor V's shoe goof in Act Zero. Kerochan no Miko 09:22, 16 February 2007 (MST)
Sailor V's shoe goof is of an entirely different goof entity in that it was caused by plain overlooking. The mask strap & variable heel goofs are "intentional" in the sense that the production team knowingly let it happened since they were unavoidable/involved too much efforts to avoid. So there's a spectrum of goof types, & the "catch-up" thing here falls at a far extreme end of the "intentional" side that it can be explained away as not being a goof. --210 09:44, 16 February 2007 (MST)
While the team may have intentionally allowed the thing with the straps on Tux's mask, it was still an inconsistency continuity-wise. However, I'm of the opinion that the heel thing was as much of a goof as the thing with Venus' shoes. Kerochan no Miko 10:10, 16 February 2007 (MST)

^ Of course they're all goofs. They're only different in types/degree along the goof spectrum, i.e. how far they're intentional/known to the production team at the time of shooting. --210 11:08, 16 February 2007 (MST)

I think that we're not using the same meanings, then, if you still don't understand what I mean. With the thing with Tux's mask, yes, they deliberately used a mask that didn't have straps so that Sailor Moon could remove it easily, and the goof there was that they showed that it didn't have straps when previously it had them (so maybe the goof was actually showing the straps on the mask before). The thing with the motorcycle catching up with the wedding guests was an intentional bit of cinematography in which they said, "okay, in this scene we will be driving past the guests from the wedding" because there was a purpose behind that odd bit of time-warping which meant something to the filmmaker other than "this is easier on the prop guys". Situation A I consider a goof, Situation B I don't. Kerochan no Miko 11:15, 16 February 2007 (MST)
Actually I've already mentioned above the different type/degree of being intentional in goofs. Using your examples, both A & B are intentional, but B is at the far end of being intentional in that it's not due to practical/technical reasons, but artistic ones. This, together w/ its possible real-world explanations (dinner? love hotel?), makes it possible to explain it away as not being a goof, as I've said above. --210 12:34, 16 February 2007 (MST)
Okay, I give up. I don't know why I even bother to try to explain. Kerochan no Miko 12:51, 16 February 2007 (MST)
What? I can't see we've any contradictions in the above discussions, & I know what you mean. I was just elaborating/analyzing what you said, ^^; but nevermind. --210 13:30, 16 February 2007 (MST)