Where television is fantastic, and is way ahead of film, is it doesn’t feel the need to polarize women so much, I experienced it in playing Anne Boleyn as well. [x]
"…is that a cardboard cutout of Thor?"
"HE HAD A THING NOW DO YOU WANT THE DAMN DORITO OR NOT"
This is excellent and I assume canon.
I just finished Six Feet Under, and it might sound lame, but that show is life changing. Everything about it is so fucking perfect, and you cannot watch it and then look at life in the same way. Sometimes life is so goddamn awful, but we’re alive, which is amazing, and wonderful, and miraculous. I have been so guilty of forgetting that this year, and it’s something that none of us should lose sight of. We need to make the most of the time we have, because it could be taken away at any moment. And even on the days when we feel like that’s exactly what we want, it’s not. Nothing is worth dying over.
Also, I can’t stop crying. Most amazing show ever.
The newest episode of Castle was just so good. My favourite episodes are usually the ones with some big development in the Castle/Beckett relationship, but this was all Ryan, and all awesome. There was just so much to love about it. I think it may just be my favourite episode.
I just love him so much. I need a boy exactly like Arthur/Rory (because we know they’re the same person, this much is clear).
some inventions that could come in pretty handy..
You have no idea how much I want the book one.
President Barack Obama (via illwritetheendingformyself)
It has activated.
I lied. This is my last one. When the time comes for Rory to leave, it is going to kill me. I have never loved a companion as much as I love Rory Williams.
Last one, I promise.
That moment when you can literally feel the gasp of fear ripple throughout the entire fandom.
Rory was once again the best part of a Doctor Who episode. Standing his ground while the eyepatch tortured him? He is my hero.
;____; Why does Doctor Who always make me cry??