Talking Tina Reflection.docx

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Grant Wilhelm Natalie Wrhel Writing as Critical Thinking 2/27/2017 Twilight Episode Response Today’s episode of Twilight was made for an audience that lived in a time long before the robots and electronics of today’s age. At that time, Tina would have seemed even more alive and real. This episode really hits on two deeper meanings. One is that someone is always watching us. In the episode, the step dad said some pretty terrible things because he knew his wife and step daughter would not be able to do anything about it. Sometimes in our lives, we do bad things because we don’t see anyone watching. The reality is that almost always watching and someone will take notice. In the documentary, it was the doll that was watching the step dad. In real life, it could be anyone. The more important meaning of the episode was what dolls can become for kids. While they can’t actually talk and are not alive in anyway, dolls can come alive in the imagination of
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