While we pride ourselves on having as much Snicket-related information as we can possibly get, I have just been informed that several spoilers relating to Poison for Breakfast (the upcoming Snicket book to be released 31 August) have been leaked.
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I definitely ship lemony and Beatrice, lemony truly loved Beatrice but what did Bertrand think of lemony? Did he like lemony? Did he know lemony? Personally I think Beatrice and lemony were soulmates - made for eachother.what's your opinion on it? The world is quiet here
~ T . P
The Baudelaire orphans are the main protagonists of a series of unfortunate events. My favourite Baudelaire is Klaus Baudelaire- the middle child. His main interest is books, however his older sister ( Violet ) has an interest of her own : inventing. Sunny Baudelaires interest is mainly biting things and cooking. Who is your favourite Baudelaire? The world is quiet here.
~ T P
This is kind of random, but I finally decorated this poem, after quite some time. I'll take this opportunity to ask about it to the people in this wiki. How do you think it relates to ASOUE? Yes, we know that technically, its author was a member of V.F.D. and it's mentioned in TSS. Also, V.F.D.'s motto is "The world is quiet here". But how do you think it relates to the series in other levels? Also, how do you guys interpret it? And do you like it? Just a few random questions.
I have a question, why did Ernest join the fire starting side? Both of his brothers were in the fire fighting side so why not him? Do you have theories?
Can somebody clean up my new page called Orphans? It's really short and needs a visit from a janitor from Hotel Denouement.
Okay, I apologize for doing my fanart very slowly. I would like everybody to keep their patience as I keep drawing. Sorry for the delay! Anyways, If you're bored, I have a few questions I've been wondering. You can also share your thoughts in the comments. Keep up the patience! P.S. My pen is running out of ink. I might not be able to do fanart for at least a few days. Also, keep the comments positive. Thanks for your patience!
What is inside the sugar bowl?
What happened to the Quagmires/Baudelaires?
How many members does V.F.D. have?
How many V.F.D places are there?
Who started the Quagmire/Baudelaire fire?
Did the fire-starting side win or did the fire-fighting side win?
I have a little question I would like to ask. The question that I wanted to ask is that, why isn't the sugar bowl in the laundry? Carmelita chot the crow and the crow fell on bird paper and then, it fell in the funnel. The funnel probably led to the laundry room. If it landed in the laundry room, then why did the sugar bowl not appear in the laundry room when Count Olaf open the lock and opened the door? How come the sugar bowl land/be in the underwater library? Can somebody help me? I think I'm lost...
According to Daniel Handler's twitter, advance reading copies of Poison for Breakfast are being sent out! We should get more news soon!
WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD! YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!
So I've been reading a lot of ATWQ (mainly SYBIS) lately and I've really been loving it. I have some questions though and was wondering if anyone knew the answers?
I was wondering if anyone knew of any audiobooks I can find, as there are audiobooks for most, if not all of the books in ASOUE? Thank you so much in advance :D
1) Why does Lemony kill Hangfire?
2) Why did Armstrong Feint become Hangfire? I thought Ellington said he was a sweet and gentle man?
3) Where's Moxie's mom? Will she really come back to her family?
4) What does the S in S Theodora Markson stand for?
5) Does Lemony ever see Ellington again after the WITNDFATON
Note: Haven't read ATWQ yet, but I'm planning to. Hope you like my ideas!
- Adapt the books into seasons.
Why not? Obviously, they couldn't do this with ASOUE, but maybe it could work here. I know it would require a lot of changes to the books, but if we bring back the writers of ASOUE, it could work!
2. Connections to ASOUE.
Since they take place in the same universe, this would be necessary.
3. Have Jacquelyn, Olaf and Beatrice appear.
Jacquelyn could be a main character from the start whereas Olaf and Beatrice could appear later on
4. More stuff about VFD lore.
I feel like they didn't reveal much about this in ASOUE. So some more lore would be great.
5. Keep adult Lemony as the narrator and bring the ASOUE crew back.
Patrick Warburton was great as …
As someone who before this had only read the series of unfortunate events books, I just finished season one of the Netflix and its great. I think I'm going to watch season 2 :)
I am Suni Dul and I am 16 1/2 and my birthday is next month. I am a Sophomore at Cove and I want to tell everyone about A Series of Unfortunate Events who haven't watched it. A Series of Unfortunate Events are a book series and a TV show. The books and the TV show is from Lemony Snicket (Daniel Handler). The TV shows and the book series are about three orphans who lost their parents in a fire. In the later films the Baudelaires have to go to all of these different guardians and they always helpful, but sometimes they are foolish. I recommend this show and the books because you will love them. Here is a picture of the Baudelaires.
Personally I wish the Lemony x beatrice ship happened, I pretty much resent Bertrand because well Lemony loved beatrice but then he took the blame for Olafs parents murder, you probably know the rest of the story. What is your opinion on the Lemony x Beatrice ship?
For Beatrice -
You are allergic to peppermints
which unlocks my first hint
violet is a smart brave girl so i rate her eight and a half klaus is smart and a pantomath and a great researcher i give him 8 and a half sunny is cute and funny and a great cook i give her nine and a half
This is a blog where in which I contribute to by posting the fandom's ships. Some are canonical, some are not. Unless I state that it is canonical, it is not and is by the fandom. I will put whether it is exclusive to the books or TV series, whether it was reciprocated or not. Some can be considered as not a romantic ship, and as platonic or familial. Please note: The TV series is not necessarily accurate to the book, therefore, if I label it as a TV series relationship, it is not necessarily cannon to the books. If you have any other ships, whether platonic, familial, or romantic, comment it and I will add it. Some of these may not be the most commonly used ship name, but I will try. I will update this regularly, so if I don't have all of…
Just a fact about her before any others can be written. I have searched up Carmelita Spats on Google, and it has come up with many pictures of her (obviously). One seemed pretty interesting and I thought I might make some use of it. It came up with a picture of Nellie Oleson from Little House on the Prairie, a 1974 Drama series. I found two photos of her that look slightly similar, but equally creepy.
Nellie Oleson is nasty and demanding based on some simple research. You can agree that the behaviour of that is similar to this little primadonna girl.
Now. Carmelita loves pink, and she has so much costume combos, including ones that seem rather childish. Her IQ seems like a 5 year old, with her silly and crazy costumes that make no sense as t…
please ignore the fact the count olaf edits that are spammed on the recent wiki activity. Ive been spending the last few minutes figuring out how to add a picture.
I'm not to sure what to say to be honest. I mean I have some Shares fanfics here: https://www.wattpad.com/user/TheVolunteerOfVFD
Yea, that's about it.
Sorry I haven’t posted a post in a long time. I have been caught up with a lot of schoolwork.
Now, Esmè has been seen as an obsessed “in” person. She is not afraid to insult people, and considers herself the queen of all.
I found a quote by Esmè, which looks like the only one that is nice. It is about poor people, and if we give them money or other objects they need, we won’t have anyone left to care for.
Also, when Esmè wants Carmelita to join by reciting a pledge made up in the spot, she does not say “most innest adorable”. What an insult.
Also, in the books, her attitude is seen as nice (ersatz elevator) and in the series, she has that little bit of sass.
Why does Esmè have this attitude? It’s called an aqueous martini. It looks beautiful, b…
Dear humans of planet Earth that may be descended from Mars,
My name is Mars and Earth(You may also called me "B"), and I am here to tell you that I am willing to help anyone who needs help editing and article here. I spent the whole day fixing some posts, and at last I am finished.
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Please note: if you are a great fan of Olivia and are reading this Blog Post on the day of her death, I will try to cheer you up and point out things that may make you think that this Caliban member is as noble as ever.
In Netflix, Olivia Caliban appears in the Austere Academy as the Librarian (whom Carmelita and her caksniffing nose thinks smells, “funny”. In the books, she only appears in the Carnivorous Carnival as Madame Lulu. Many people may have spotted this, but I am going to point out the differences in her portrayal.
Madame Lulu’s description in the book says that her hair is blonde. In the Netflix series, her hair is clearly brown, and she used no disguises in the V.F.D. disguise box to colour her hair.
One of the scenes that I saw o…
So I was reading The Carnivorous Carnival and I came across Chapter 2 (or 3). This chapter included the describing of the Stephano disguise. This is what I read: “...the razor he (Count Olaf) had probably used to shave his head in order to resemble a lab assistant”.
The 2004 film showed that Count Olaf had hair and was speaking in an Italian accent, obviously to resemble an Italian.
From my knowledge, the Netflix film shows Stephano with a long beard, and a shaved head.
So I decided to do some research as I am writing this.
The Carnivorous Carnival book was published in 2002. The Reptile Room book was published in 1999. The Reptile Room Episode 1 and 2 of the Netflix Series was released in 2017: 18 years after the book publishment.
With no expl…
Does anyone think that Malina Weissman and Emily Browing look the same in both ASOUE films? Name any more Easter eggs or mistakes on this blog page, by mentioning my name! I will reply and post one each week.
Bit of a serious discussion ahead.
As you may have noticed, we've begun adding transcripts to the wiki for the 2004 film and Netflix series. I myself have been pushing on for the 2004 film despite, uh, not enjoying watching it, and have mostly been getting through it with Netflix captions; no other transcripts online are accurate to my knowledge.
However, I will say due to the actions of the Netflix company, the film transcript will take much longer to be completed. I have cancelled my Netflix subscription and will continue to do so until they remove, apologize for, and make amends for their "film" Cuties. If you don't know of this controversy, consider yourself lucky; I don't know how much I would be allowed to say on a child-friendly wiki…
ALRIGHT FRIENDS AND ENEMIES, DANIEL HANDLER MADE AN INSTAGRAM POST TODAY, 9/10/2020. Here is the link, and I will attach the image to the right. If for some reason it doesn't show up; it's a book pile, with the caption "Research continues for a new book. I do love my job."
Unless I'm mistaken, Poison for Breakfast is the only announced upcoming Snicket/Handler book. While it's entirely possible he could be working on another, I really hope this is PFB.
So, you came here for an overanalysis, right? Well I'm going to look at every book in this pile and list short descriptions; hopefully, we can take some potential hints towards what could be influencing Poison for Breakfast.
Book One: Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
This book has been refere…
I am going to be putting good books and short stories up here, so I just wanted to test how well this worked first! Also, Winnepeg is getting chilly as summer is ending. Thank you for reading this!
Does anyone know where Esmé got the Sugar Bowl?
is it just me who thinks Klaus is Gay or part of the LGBTQ Community I mean Duncan and Klaus have the same interests they seem like a good couple. Reply with your thoughts
My Ships Klaus x Duncan. Isdora x Violet. Esme x Count Olaf. Jermome x Larry Your Waiter. Mr Poes Sec x Jacques Snicket. Olivia Caliban x Jacques Snicket.
Hi all I am new here I arrived here in the hope of diving deeper into VFD and the Three Children. I hope I can enjoy it here
I'm bored and home alone atm so. I thought it'd be fun to go through the "Possibly Deceased" category and list what I think happened to each of the characters in them. While I'll go alphabetically for the most part, I do have some category divisions for characters who are all in a group. Please share your opinions and thoughts in the comments!
- 1 Solo
- 2 Hotel Denouement Fire
- 3 Queequeg Crash
- 4 Islanders
- Mr. Bellerophon - almost definitely deceased. While most of the children of Stain'd-by-the-Sea were abandoned, Snicket seems certain that Pip and Squeak's father is "gone forever." Also considering their first cover story was that he was sick, it's likely that he died of illness, and Pip and Squeak don't want to admit to being orphans. Considering ho…
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I don't know why I'm writing this but I love how Carmelita is a crazy girl.
Even though she is nosy, selfish, and impolite she is one of my fave characters.
who do you think Jacquleyn likes more
Larry Your Waiter
wite your pick in the comments
Hi anyone who is reading this, Violet is the best!!!!. Read this link...
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The world is quiet here
I think you've probably noticed that I've added A Spoily Brats comic page, the comic that was featured in the back of the paperback series of ASOUE. It's really neat, but I'm hesitant to start posting the comics pages because the rights belong the author of the comics and not Harper Collins.
I'm just wondering if I should get in touch with the author and ask for permission, or should I just heavily reference the page he has that features the art. I just need help so I know what to do. Any answers would be appreciated