Kevin Wyatt-Stone

"Dude with the hair"

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aurellharmonics asked: None of those were Your Mom jokes. I am highly disappointed.

buildthatwall:

OH JESUS I couldn’t figure out what you meant by “your mom says.” Have this as a token of my apologies:
YOUR MOM IS SO OLD THAT SHE TOOK THE VIRGINITY OF ALL TWELVE APOSTLES.
YOUR MOM IS SO MISOGYNISTIC THAT SHE STILL USES SOCIALLY CONSTRUCTED AND HARMFUL CONCEPTS LIKE VIRGINITY TO DETERMINE SOMEONE’S WORTH AND SOCIAL STANDING.
(not really your mother is lovely and could probably beat me up)

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endtimesfunfacts:

end times fun fact: Kevin Wyatt-Stone was almost fired for being too disrespectful of cast and crew members during production.

Because they were being BITCHES

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uscdrewski asked: How many "KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!" jokes have you heard since the creative team settled on Khans?

markrosewater:

More than I can count. : )

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icecreammac asked: Actually, I have a question about Emrakul. Mark mentioned that Emrakul was female, but its bio on the Magic website uses the pronoun "his" when referring to it. Which is correct?

dougbeyermtg:

Hi, I’m back from vacation! Thanks to Emrakul for covering for me while I was out. My desk looks like a disheveled, smoking ruin — sooo I’m glad Emrakul kept it the way I left it.

The Eldrazi are cosmic, interplanar beings that don’t have gender. But the more I look into it, the more I lean toward Emrakul properly being called female rather than male, if you had to pick one. The kor and the merfolk of Zendikar both believed in a trio of gods that turned out to be based on legends of the three major Eldrazi titans. The genders of the kor and merfolk pantheons differed, but both races (if I’m remembering this right) called “Em,” the god based on ancestral memories of dread Emrakul, female.