DS Episode 142:
With Sam being so disturbed at the painting he creates of Laura Collins, somehow Victoria is compelled to request it and, after some endless arguments about nothing, Sam allows her to take it.
Frankly, I think it looks kinda sexy! Hee hee hee!
Victoria takes it back to Collinwood. Our David is swiftly enamoured with the painting as it represents his dream of Laura when she arrived. Laura, herself, is upset and distressed but still agrees to let David have it after asking Miss Winters for it. (More endless arguing ensues.)
I, myself, am in total agreement with David. It is, as he says, “cool”. Not to mention she’s got WINGS in the darn thing! I strongly felt that should have been David’s argument about the painting, “Dude, Mom, you have wings in it!”
(Perhaps someone dropped a tab in Pop’s whiskey?)
David gets the painting hung up in his room and says he could “watch it all day”. I can see where he’s coming from. It rather looks as if it’s animated.
Of course, Sam returns home happy as heck the canvas is gone and then in another state of possession begins forming a new one… (Which reminds me that I managed very naturally with his character in The Pit… The man is clearly psychic.)
But the highest delight of this episode? David Collins rests, almost peacefully, in the bliss of his mother’s psychedelic picture hanging in his room and…
The portrait begins glowing…
And Laura’s head appears to be glowing…
Until it seems to encompass the entirety of the room to David’s understandable horror.
[Commence Daryl writhing with hysterical laughter in the recliner to her husband’s great amusement.]
Forget Barnabas, people.
Laura Collins is a force to be reckoned with here.
Then the interview with Diana Millay on the same disk will kick your butt even more resolutely. She is a Phoenix, she even claims it, and she has no fear of the “R-word”. (Reincarnation.)
Fill as much virtual space as you want with deceptions and misguidance about Dark Shadows. Try!
For you shall never exceed the size of Laura Collins’ IMAX head!