Friday the 13th Website
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

Jason taking off the tea kettle

Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by jasn88cubs September 15th 2022, 6:52 pm

in pt 2 awe saw him take the tea kettle off of Alice's stove

Why do you think he did that? It was whistling do you think he was afraid neighbors might hear it and it might get attention?

But why would he care? No one knew about him.

I know this sound like a pointless topic but it's just interesting to me. Why not just walk right out?
avatar
jasn88cubs
First Class
First Class

Posts : 619
Join Date : 2020-08-06

Trekapedia likes this post!

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by OCT 31 1978 September 16th 2022, 5:13 am

So this is all speculation and opinion….
But I figured This was a call-back to the first movie.
Remember when Alice made coffee and the movie spent 5 minutes of it´s runtime for the entire process?
But is was Jason who finished it.

Also maybe it just hurt his ears lol.

I know I find That sound very annoying.

If you want To fill in the blanks of Jason’s backstory it could even be possible maybe he’s helped his mother in the past make tea and knows that you’re supposed to take it off once it whistles….. many options.
OCT 31 1978
OCT 31 1978
First Class
First Class

Gender : Male
Posts : 750
Join Date : 2020-11-03

jasn88cubs and Trekapedia also liked this post!

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by SonofOdin6039 October 12th 2022, 12:19 pm

And he didn't kill her cat. Pretty considerate of him
avatar
SonofOdin6039
Second Class
Second Class

Gender : Male
Posts : 325
Join Date : 2020-11-12
Location : Peoria Heights, Illinois

OCT 31 1978 and Trekapedia also liked this post!

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by ThePunisher October 12th 2022, 6:36 pm

Maybe he just thought it was annoying.
avatar
ThePunisher
First Class
First Class

Age : 55
Gender : Male
Posts : 776
Join Date : 2021-06-06
Location : Camp Crystal Lake

OCT 31 1978, SonofOdin6039 and Trekapedia also liked this post!

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by Jason Voorhees October 29th 2022, 1:14 pm

Hmmm I gotta rewatch Part 2 for this scene now!
Jason Voorhees
Jason Voorhees
Founder
Founder

Age : 77
Gender : Male
Posts : 1980
Join Date : 2017-06-24
Location : Camp Crystal Lake

https://www.friday-the-13th.net

SonofOdin6039 and Trekapedia also liked this post!

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by Trekapedia October 30th 2022, 4:04 am

I always figured it was force of habit or maybe he remembers his mother making tea and taking it off when it whistled.
Trekapedia
Trekapedia
Second Class
Second Class

Age : 44
Gender : Male
Posts : 406
Join Date : 2021-06-27
Location : Arizona

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by Silencer January 17th 2023, 2:25 am

From a filming standpoint, the tea kettle scene was intended as another ploy to make the audience feel uncomfortable. Here we have Alice: the sole survivor of the first Friday film getting murdered in cold blood during the opening moments of the sequel.

Seconds later, Jason nonchalantly removes the tea kettle, as if nothing had happened. Early traces of Jason's character.

With mythos involved, I would imagine Jason either learned how to make tea from his mother early on, or stalked enough Crystal Lake inhabitants over the years to pick up the skill from a safe distance.



Silencer
Silencer
Town Resident
Town Resident

Posts : 35
Join Date : 2023-01-17

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by Jason Voorhees January 19th 2023, 3:48 am

Silencer wrote:From a filming standpoint, the tea kettle scene was intended as another ploy to make the audience feel uncomfortable. Here we have Alice: the sole survivor of the first Friday film getting murdered in cold blood during the opening moments of the sequel.

Seconds later, Jason nonchalantly removes the tea kettle, as if nothing had happened. Early traces of Jason's character.

With mythos involved, I would imagine Jason either learned how to make tea from his mother early on, or stalked enough Crystal Lake inhabitants over the years to pick up the skill from a safe distance.

If I remeber correctly didnt the film help give a hint/implication that Alice Hardy was being stalked for about 5-6 months? It makes sense if Jason was picking up more Humanization.
Jason Voorhees
Jason Voorhees
Founder
Founder

Age : 77
Gender : Male
Posts : 1980
Join Date : 2017-06-24
Location : Camp Crystal Lake

https://www.friday-the-13th.net

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by Soulbait70 January 30th 2023, 3:42 pm

Perhaps he was ready for a nice cup of Earl Grey.
Soulbait70
Soulbait70
Camper
Camper

Age : 53
Gender : Male
Posts : 120
Join Date : 2022-05-23
Location : NC

jasn88cubs, OCT 31 1978 and ThePunisher also liked this post!

Back to top Go down

Jason taking off the tea kettle Empty Re: Jason taking off the tea kettle

Post by ThePunisher January 30th 2023, 7:00 pm

Soulbait70 wrote:Perhaps he was ready for a nice cup of Earl Grey.

LOL. Can you imagine? Gentleman serial killer at large in Crystal Lake.
avatar
ThePunisher
First Class
First Class

Age : 55
Gender : Male
Posts : 776
Join Date : 2021-06-06
Location : Camp Crystal Lake

Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum