When it comes to a town like Lakewood, one doesn’t know when exactly their time will come. Not only that, they can’t control what happens after they die–will they be remembered fondly or be forgotten about within a week? So of course, Noah Foster took matters into his own hands and made a goodbye video for his friends and family to view if he were to be the next victim of the Lakewood Killer.
Watch the video here:
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Now let’s discuss.
First off, his desktop is so adorable:
Okay, but that picture of Riley?? TOO CUTE!! Also the super cute pictures of him and his friends makes my heart ache.
The video continues to show us Noah Foster himself:
He greets his audience, which he assumes will be made up of friends, admirers, outcasts and to whoever else is out there. He continues, telling his viewers that with all the crazy murder stuff happening, he worries that there might be more to come.
Noah gets right to it, putting some things out there before the creepy music starts and all that doom and gloom starts happening. Of course, he has to send a message to the bi-curious to his virgin, Audrey Jensen, filling it with love and reminders.
Noah makes it clear that Audrey and him are going to be BFFS even on the other side, which is sweet and comforting, but also kind of terrifying.
BFF Goals, right? Ehhh, okay anyway.
Noah continues his video by talking about his life in Lakewood. He managed to survive this long and had some pretty great memories.
After reflecting on his life, Noah circles back to the people watching his video. He makes sure to leave them with some inspiration.
But of course, Noah is Noah so he had to wonder how his death would play out.
Blood, blood and more blood. Plus, there better be a camera there to record it all just so the movies get it correctly.
With this video in mind, can we assume that Noah won’t make it through the season? Or is it just something to make us worry about him? Tell me your thoughts!
Scream premieres May 30th 11/10c
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