Uh, in what universe is Pierce Hawthorne at all lawful? I’d probably swap him and Jeff Winger, as Jeff does utilize rules and conventions frequently (lawful), albeit while subverting them and manipulating them to his own ends (which I guess you could consider “evil”, even though he does often use these manipulations towards “good” outcomes).
It was hard to place Jeff, but I applied the following metric:
- That he is diametrically opposed to Annie as they often act as foils. Annie best fits as either Neutral Good, but has her Neutral Evil moments. So Jeff is Neutral Evil
- That while Jeff certainly does things that lead to good, up until the very end of Season 3, he has been pretty self serving, which although not necessarily Evil, it has leaned “away” from good.
Maybe Jeff was Neutral Good, became Neutral Evil through the amassing of Evil Points, and then, over time, has amassed Good Points. At the end of the day, he has to stick in the Neutral Axis, right?
I think Pierce is pretty Lawful. He has the air of privilege and tradition, which thrive on laws that protect those who have those privileges, and he only seems less lawful because the laws that he operates under are old. But he has a code, and again, up until the end of the 3rd season, he stuck to it.
We can probably all agree on Ben Chang.
they are my favorite ship in all of television history please g-d no.
I’m over-reacting honestly and I haven’t even seen the episode yet. Thanks Tumblr land for being a spoilsport asshole mother fucker.
downloading torrent nao.
It’s not March 15th yet
The question isn’t how old we are, but when old we are”
— Troy Barnes, Community
Troy: Why did everyone on Cougarton Abbey just die?
Britta: They only ran six episodes. That’s the great thing about British TV. They give you closure.
Britta realizes where she ranks.