Todd "Buck" Buckner (husband/father) 38
Wendy Buckner neé Taylor (wife/mother) 39
Taylor-Jane "TJ" Buckner (eldest, daughter) 15
Malcolm Grant Buckner (youngest, son) 13
Heather Taylor (Wendy's sister) 35
Elaine Buckner (Todd's mother) 60
Its set in maybe late early 2000's Los Angeles so I think these work! Middle-Upper Class Cauasian family, Todd gets his nickname from his College days where he met Wendy.
Clifford Buckner II, was called "Buck" in College, but now goes by "Cliff". He is named after his father.
Wendy (still stuck on this one, this name may just be the odd one out) Buckner neé Taylor.
Taylor-Jane "TJ" & Malcolm Grant (are still the same), so is Heather Taylor.
Lydia Elaine Buckner neé Dufour (I wanted to make this name fancieeeer)
Trish & Trina, sisters of Cliff. Their real names are Patricia and Katrina, but after hurricane Katrina, she started going by Trina. They are twins.
** I've got it! Kathryn, Wendy will now be Kathryn.
List of characters who are Hapa from more modern titles
Faith Connors [Caucasian mother, Mirror Edge] http://mirrorsedge.wikia.com/wiki/Erika_Connors_(Mirror%27s_Edge_Catalyst)
Morgan Yu German Mother, Prey
Subzero Mortal Kombat, Chinese Father
Lars Alexandersson Half brother of Jin from Tekken. Share the same father.
Michelle Chang Tekken, Native American Mother
Aya Brea Parasite Eve, Japanese Mother
Benimaru Nikaido Japanese Father, King of Fighters
Samantha Nishimura Tomb Raider reboot, Portuguese Mother
Chell - Portal, not confirmed in bio but model is apparently based off a hapa model
Jill Valentine - Resident Evil, possible hapa? Sources say in the original game she may have originally intended to be part Asian but was never flesh out.
Since I've just started learning Mandarin after years of Japanese study, I've been investigating which Japanese characters still share recognisable readings with modern Mandarin characters. Along the way, I've learned that since Japanese is derived from 呉語 (the modern closest descendent being Shanghainese), comparing to Mandarin is technically a bit off-mark. However, as phonetic resemblances nonetheless survive into Mandarin, and given that Mandarin is a more commonly spoken dialect of Chinese (which, more than anything, I am learning), it is still a useful list in itself.
Here's the community-editable version of my list so far, in case anyone would like to add characters that they know.
I also have a personal read-only version as a backup.
I'd be happy for any comments on the list, the nature of this project, and on whether any similar resources already exist.
to who doesn't know Modern Family is a Mocumentary series that looks like a mix of The Office's writing/editting with Community's comedy/photography.
The Episode is called "The Party" from season 7, episode 18(you can check on netflix), i won't give much spoilers, but was their first try on pot, and it was edible. this is enough information to be impressed by the acting from them, i cried my eyes dry from laughing the whole plot of this episode.
Also, this series is great to watch high, you get great laughs in some episodes.
One of the biggest appeals of this game has been the character designs. They perfectly convey what each character's archetype is and what combat style they're proficient at.
So what's your list? Who's at top and why?
Kunoichi, like everything about her outfit feels pleasant to look at. Her long scarf, mix of colors, hairstyle blend well with her flashy yet practical ninja gear.
So here in my country S9 just got dropped onto Netflix. I have nowhere else to watch it so I’ve only seen up to S9. I have to say, it feels so different in S9. The charm is gone. It feels more grown up but not in a good way. Manny is annoying, Luke feels totally out of character and Phil is still funny but not as good as before. I don’t like it at all. Anyone else notice this?
I saw this scene in a WatchMojo top 10 video a while ago. I don't even remember how long ago. It was not Modern Family/Gloria; I watched that clip and they don't even look close. The clip seemed to be like it was from a sitcom? I believe the woman had brown/darker hair, but I'm not sure. The phrase "I'm smart in Spanish" pops into my head, but I'm not sure if that was actually said.