I decided to start a series of analyzing the DP Couples in depth (and later, the other Disney Couples) after I got bored one day, and wanted to write a series of articles. wewe can recommend me which couple to do inayofuata in the couples section. So here is how it is going to go. I will first explain my ujumla, jumla statement about the couples in a paragraph, and then I will analyze each scene to look at the inner and outer feelings of the characters individually an the couple itself. I also have a request, just for a little while; please do not recommend a Disney Renaissance couple? I say this because I have gone through half of them, and I want to even out through some of the ares. At least for 3 analysis'.
Here is the first DP Couple Analysis:link
Here is the sekunde DP Couple Analysis:link
Here is the third DP Couple Analysis:link
Here is the first D Couple Analysis:link
Here is the sekunde D Couple Analysis:link
Here is the third D Couple Analysis:link First thoughts right after watching the Movie
My first thoughts after watching the movie is that this couple is the most developed one up until the Disney Renaissance. They have zaidi then one scene with one another before the epilogue, have conversations, and wewe can feel the chemistry between them. But it does kind of seem like the issue with Tramp and his suspicious initial intent with her, and him lying about her past when she initially questioned her went away extremely quickly, and it just disappeared. Well, they are mbwa so I cannot analyse them the same way that I can even though they are somewhat humanized, but are still wanyama as well, so I will just analyse them.
So in the scene where they met, Lady is explaining to Jock and Trusty about her owner;s weird behaviour (they are expecting a bay), and she asks what a baby is to them, as the Tramp walks by. He overhears their conversation and goes to them. This may have been because he liked her looks and wanted a piece of that (he is a playboy at this time). He then suddenly tells them about how babies are bad fr dogs, and are nyumbani wreckers, which he knows from experience, and tells her about how she will start having and chakula and will live in the doghouse. She just listens to him when he says all of this to hear someone else's opinion. There is no hint that she is attracted to him. Jock gets mad at Tramp, who he just shoves to the side, and as he leaves, he tells her that there is so much room for upendo in a human's heart, telling her that she will get the boot when the baby is born. She makes a shocked face right after he left. Months go kwa since their inayofuata interaction, and the siku that they meet up again starts with Aunt Sarah taking Lady to the dog duka to get a muzzle because of being set up kwa Si and Am. After the man puts it on her, she escapes from them and runs helplessly around the town, with cans getting stuck on her, causing mbwa to chase after her. Tramp is licking his palm, and sees her getting chased kwa these big mbwa and decides to rescue her. He jumps to the mbwa and legit fights them off, while Lady watches behind a barrel. He asks her what is she doing in the bad part of town, and as he sees the muzzle on her, he forgets about what he was going to say and feels bad for her. He decides that they need to get it off her, and they decide to go to the zoo. I do not know what to really think about hem right know. I guess Lady has a soft spot for him, since he saved her life, but she otherwise does not have much of an opinion of him, while he seems to sere her as a damsel that needs to be saved, and to care for her a bit
. There is no indication that they like one another other than tramp saving her and getting the muzzle off of her.
So they make it to the zoo, but she notices a "No Dogs" sign telling him that they can not go. He tells her to follow his plan which is to distract the security guard while they sneak in. He does this kwa pretending to be a bila mpangilio person (that was just at the zoo"s) dog, which causes an argument between the security guard and the man. So they sneak in and try to find out which animal is able to take the muzzle off her like an alligator, hyena, and apes but they decided to go to the beaver, biva after the mti that the beaver, biva bit off almost fell in them. They ask the beaver, biva to take it off them and he eventually does, with her being grateful. They spent the entire afternoon and evening together, but the inayofuata scene shows her explaining what happened with Si and Am, and Aunt Sarah taking her to the pet shop, which he says that is what wewe get/deserve when wewe are a pet (he comes off as a jerk at times). She asks him if he has ever had a family before, which he responds kwa saying one for each and every single siku this is the first sign of his carefree-ness, and his want to have many things with many "families" and such. He then continues kwa saying that they think he is theirs, but they are not. I know from what I have alisema most of the time was about what Tramp said, but that is because he says a majority of the dialogue between them. Anyway, he smells chakula realizing that they are close to Tony's restaurant, telling her that he will onyesha her what he means. They go through the back path and the chefs sees that he is with another girl, saying that he needs to settle down with "this one" which she overhears. She asks him about this, but he ignores her, saying that the man does not not know how to speak English properly, completely avoiding the question. This brings up the issue that he likes many things without committing to have either one au none. Was he planning to have her as one of his "daily chicks of the week?". See the issue here. Moving on, the chefs decide to play "Bella Notte", causing the romantic mood between the two. They accidentally are eating the same spaghetti, and end up accidentally kissing (one of Disney's most iconic scenes), which causes her to blush. He gives her his meatball. They later leave the restaurant to go on a walk, make hearts/dog prints in wet cement, and talk on the bridge. They end up on a hill, and the scene closes there. I will just get it out of the way; they had sex. They are seen waking up on one another the inayofuata morning, he has this smug expression on his face, and she ends up having mtoto wa mbwa kwa Christmas. mbwa are pregnant for approximately 2 moths, and it is possible for it to snow in early November. She ends up being "ashamed", and her Marafiki offer to propose to her, so she can save face. Just deal with it.
Like I said, they get up in the morning with them together
and not separately
, and she realizes that it is morning and should have been nyumbani hours ago, with him not really paying any mind to it, stretching. He then asks her to stay with him (well, they might have fell in upendo after the restaurant au during intercourse), and she responds saying that the idea is wonderful, but she needs to go back nyumbani to watch over the baby, which he still does not know au understand why she as so much loyalty to her owners, but decides to take her nyumbani anyway, but not before another thrill of fun. He drags her to the farm, so they can wake up the "fat lazy chickens that should have been up hours ago". Because of him waking up the chickens who runs around like their heads are about to be chopped up, a gunshot is fired and the two run off the farm to escape. He yells at her asking if this was fun, and she practically says no. He runs extremely fast to the point that he did not notice that she got caught kwa the pound people, and when he does wonder, he start to look for her? She is at the pound, and is made fun of because she is a domesticated pet. Peg tells them to lay off, and they all start to suddenly talk about Tramp and how he never gets caught. They also mention about his way with the ladies, and how he does not take them seriously, which upsets Lady. "He's a Tramp" is about how girls (symbolised in Peg) feels about him, and wishes that he would "travel her way", and is a "rover". She believes that he was using her to get some action and then to ditch her, and she has a right to feel that way. She soon after is taken out of the pound, but is constrained to her doghouse kwa leashes. Her two Marafiki proposes to her practically, so she can save face and she tells them no, though she appreciates it. She says that she is embarrassed and practically wanted to forget everything. Tramp shows up all gleeful, but gets snubbed kwa everyone. He realizes that he is on the chopping block, and says that it is not his fault that she got caught, and she told him that she was embarrassed and frightened when she was there. He then alisema who would hurt a "trick" (which means women who are either teases, hoes, au one of the above pretending to be the other) like her, which causes her to remind him of the other girls, and when confronted, he got nervous. She throws the bone he gave her and tells him to screw off. They do care for one another, but it seems like all hope is lost.
So a panya shows up as soon as he leaves, which causes her to bark like a mad woman. He overheats this and rushes back to her, asking what is wrong. She tells him that a panya is going to go to a baby's room, and tells him to go through the front door. So he goes to be the hero, and kills the panya cold-blooded. Lady breaks the chain on her, and rushes to the baby's room. Aunt Sarah overhears all of the noise and runs to get the baby. She locks Tramp in the closet, so be will be trapped until the pound man comes and kills him. She is dragging Lady down the stairs while Jim and Darling return. They see the pound truck at their house and runs into their nyumbani to figure out what happened. Lady is barking like crazy, and then inaonyesha the deceased rat. They somehow know that they should follow the pound truck to get Tramp, and is eventually saved. Approximately two months later, it is krisimasi and they have 4 mtoto wa mbwa (3 girls and 1 boy), and Tramp just received his collar. Jock and an injured Trusty visit the house and they take a family picture. They laugh and discuss Tramp's new status and their kids. Happily ever after. They are hopelessly in upendo and got "wed" I guess quickly. I wonder what Jim Dear and Darling thought when they realized Lady was pregnant. Final Thoughts
My final thoughts is that this cous is the most developed out of the Pre-Renaissance era, and the most understandable animal relationship in the canon. I don't like how Tramp refers to her as a "trick" and ignored when she asked him about the ladies, which he did not even reassure her that he liked her is a little off-putting, but they are realistic in the sense that they are the first relationship to have issues and zaidi than a scene together before the epilogue. They are alright I guess. dclairmont has already sent a reccomendation of Tiana and Naveen, which I will do on Friday, but for the one after, if wewe have any recommendations of which couple do wewe want me to do inayofuata (not any Disney Renaissance couples at the moment), say it in the comments, and explain how wewe feel about this relationship, and how the movie executes it. I am going to do a D couple after Tiana and Naveen inayofuata time, so suggest a D couple, and it will be on here again.
I will post a D/DP Couple analysis every Monday, and another D/DP Couple Analysis
every OTHER Friday