He was swimming with his friends. When I asked for his photo, he screamed: “He only asked me!” Then he ran a victory lap, climbed on the boulder, twisted the tips of his mustache, and struck this pose.

(Kotla, India)

THR: New Rivalries, Rocky Romances and 'Frozen' Twist

How are you ensuring that the non-Frozen characters continue to get screen time while you mine this new world?

Horowitz: What we’re trying to do is not make the show just the Frozen show. We want to tell this Frozen story, but as you’ll see, their story is going to relate to our core characters from Once Upon a Time.

Kitsis: It was very important that it still [feels like it’s] Once Upon a Time. It’s not the Frozen sequel; it is the characters from Frozen coming to Once Upon a Time. So important stories like Rumpel and Belle, Hook and Emma, Regina and Robin Hood, Snow White and Charming and their baby — all those stories that we left last season are still very central to the storytelling of season four and will be explored further. Once fans can relax — we have no intentions of sidelining those stories for Frozen.

Can we expect nods to Frozen songs, like “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” and “Let It Go”?

Horowitz: Oh, for sure! We are huge, massive fans of that movie and we can’t help ourselves. There are nods to many things from that movie.

Kitsis: As we say, this is the most expensive fan fiction ever.

At Comic-Con, a scene from the season-four premiere showed Regina recruiting an old friend, The Mirror, to help her get rid of Elsa. So who’s the biggest threat to Regina, Marian or Elsa?

Kitsis: The bigger threat in her mind is definitely Marian. We’ve shown three seasons of growth for the Evil Queen, and now she’s really faced with her first emotional setback, which is she thought she had her happy ending. And when you go back and look at the finale last year, you see her and Robin Hood coming to that party. For the very first time on the show, [Marian] really looked happy, and that’s been taken away. So for us, it’s a now what? The old Regina would immediately rip everyone’s heart out. Will this Regina revert to heart wrecking, or will she evolve? And we’re going to find that out quickly in the premiere. But Regina is also going to be launched on a new quest with Henry this year. We’ve seen Henry in Operation Cobra with Emma, but we’re going to see a new one with Regina that we’re very excited about. And this is actually one that will transcend, although the first 11 will be Frozen, this is an arc that will go the whole season.

[Read the entire article talking about the timeline, love, Captain Swan, Snowing, and Will Scarlett on THR’s site]

Days seem so long

Nights seem so short

Smoking seems so right

Loving seems so wrong

Alone and crying

No one worth trusting 

Living my last days

Following your twisted ways

Everything black and gold

Free, damaged and cold

I can’t stop hurting 

I know I’m dying 

- Hedonist Poet

I can be without anyone, but not without You. You twist my heart, dwell in my mind, and fill my eyes You are my joy. I can’t be without You.
— 

Jalal ad-Deen Rumi (Molavi)

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Behind the Hatch Door of Phineas and Ferb’s LOST-Inspired Episode

Few things are as enigmatic as the ABC Television Show LOST. The endless plot twists, flash-forwards, flash-backwards, and flash-everywhere-in-betweens left us with many questions and very few answers. There’s only one question more mysterious, more pressing, and more elusive than those we ask about LOST: who is Peter the Panda’s nemesis?

Okay, maybe that isn’t a question you ask yourself every day, but it was an important query for Damon Lindelof (co-creator of LOST and huge fan of Phineas and Ferb) to tackle. His obsession began when his wife, Heidi, suggested that he watch a few episodes. She and their son were already loyal viewers and Damon quickly became one too.

Despite each episode being conveniently packaged into 12-minute plotlines, Damon loved that the show was still serialized. The more you watched it, the more nuances you picked up on and understood. In Damon’s words, “the show invites in newcomers, but it also rewards the people who are looking at details.” As we know from LOST, Damon loves details.

There was one detail that caught his attention and didn’t let go—Peter the Panda. Damon would constantly ask questions about Peter to his wife and son, none of which could be answered. That is, until Damon partnered up with Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh to create an episode exploring all of his pressing panda questions.

This crossover episode was also an opportunity for Damon to get back to the other side of production–the side where he didn’t have the final say. According to Damon, “When you’re running your own show you lose the thrill of the pitch and you’re just being pitched to.” Now it was his turn to pitch again. Dan, Swampy, and Damon kicked around ideas and crafted an outline. Pride for LOST aside, Damon felt it was important to laugh at himself. We think he succeeded in creating a character who embodied the negative effects of not revealing your master plan to people (Sound familiar, Lost fans?). Don’t worry, there’s a satisfying ending to this one.

You’ll be happy to see a familiar hatch appear in a very familiar backyard, as well as a hauntingly familiar voice. Terry O’Quinn (John Locke from LOST) voices a mysterious character. This episode has time travel, strange happenings, and polar bears (Dan and Swampy’s doing this time, not DHARMA’s). Even Buford continues the long line of LOST plot twists. It is definitely one episode Phineas and Ferb fans and LOST fans will watch over and over again to catch all the details.

Remember to set (and reset) your clocks for September 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT and watch the premiere of “Lost in Danville” on Disney XD.

'Once Upon a Time' Bosses on Season 4: New Rivalries, Rocky Romances and 'Frozen' Twist

In the finale, Emma and Captain Hook seemed to be taking their relationship to the next level. Is season four their attempt at being a “normal” couple?

Horowitz: There’s no chance that Emma — the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming — and Captain Hook will ever be a normal couple, but their feelings obviously reached a new boiling point at the end of last season. And we’re going to continue to explore those feelings, and we’re going to continue to explore how they can or can’t get closer.

Kitsis: But in a real way. Emma has had a lifetime of putting up walls, so one kiss does not mean love and [let’s] go register at Pottery Barn. As for Hook, we’re going to see some old rivalries. We can’t forget that as much as he loves Emma and has done the right thing for her, we’ve seen him do horrible things in the past because he’s a pirate. He and Rumpelstiltskin unfortunately are going to find their detente coming to an end.

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THR: 'Once Upon a Time' Bosses on Season 4: New Rivalries, Rocky Romances and 'Frozen' Twist

How are you ensuring that the non-Frozen characters continue to get screen time while you mine thisnew world?

Horowitz: What we’re trying to do is not make the show just the Frozen show. We want to tell this Frozen story, but as you’ll see, their story is going to relate to our core characters from Once Upon a Time.

Kitsis: It was very important that it still [feels like it’s] Once Upon a Time. It’s not theFrozen sequel; it is the characters from Frozen coming to Once Upon a Time. So important stories like Rumpel and Belle, Hook and Emma, Regina and Robin Hood, Snow White and Charming and their baby — all those stories that we left last season are still very central to the storytelling of season four and will be explored further. Once fans can relax — we have no intentions of sidelining those stories for Frozen.

Now you have two queens in Storybrooke. Will one of the main conflicts this season be Regina and Elsa battling for power?

Horowitz: It’s not that it’s jockeying for power, it’s more about …

Kitsis: There’s a mystery.

Horowitz: And it’s hard to answer your question without spoiling, but I’ll try. When Elsa arrives, it signifies the start of a mystery that needs to be explored and answered. And the repercussions of that mystery reach out and touch everyone, and you’ll see it affects everyone from Regina to Emma to Rumpelstiltskin.

At Comic-Con, a scene from the season-four premiere showed Regina recruiting an old friend, The Mirror, to help her get rid of Elsa. So who’s the biggest threat to Regina, Marian or Elsa?

Kitsis: The bigger threat in her mind is definitely Marian. We’ve shown three seasons of growth for the Evil Queen, and now she’s really faced with her first emotional setback, which is she thought she had her happy ending. And when you go back and look at the finale last year, you see her and Robin Hood coming to that party. For the very first time on the show, [Marian]* really looked happy, and that’s been taken away. So for us, it’s a now what? The old Regina would immediately rip everyone’s heart out. Will this Regina revert to heart wrecking, or will she evolve? And we’re going to find that out quickly in the premiere. But Regina is also going to be launched on a new quest with Henry this year. We’ve seen Henry in Operation Cobra with Emma, but we’re going to see a new one with Regina that we’re very excited about. And this is actually one that will transcend, although the first 11 will be Frozen, this is an arc that will go the whole season.

*Regina (journalist mistake)

Full interview: HERE

Still. I dare you to say it.

Twelve is just mere traitor? A filthy traitor?

No. Deep inside. He could never leave Nine.

He still ran after him and saved him even at the cost of getting shot.

Five is a mere bitch?

No. She was suffering her pain. Among the three, she was the one which was running out of time the most. 

She was alone, with no Twelve by her side.

Yes, she is a sick, psycho woman who was ready to play people like they were mere chess pieces.

All this because she wanted to meet Nine again.

And when she did, she vowed never to hand him to anyone.

Nine was the sole one played that game with her.

And even if you can’t call this friendship.

It is a bond.

A twisted and tormented bond.

Which makes it all the more painful.

For a girl whose life was destroyed by a single project.

anonymous said:

Omggg are you still taking prompts? Could you maybe write about Sherlock wearing his purple shirt just to see what effect it has on Molly? (Who gets a bit distracted from her work and Sherlock notices heh) Thaaank you!!

I twisted this prompt just a little bit. (NSFW, by the by. Preeeetty much from the get go.)

"Is there a reason you chose to wear that shirt today?" Her question is innocent enough, but there’s an edge to it, to her voice.

"Pardon?"

"Nothing," she says with a smile, thought she bites at her bottom lip.

"Don’t know why I’m asking to be honest. It’s pretty obvious why you’re wearing that particular shirt, anyway." There’s playfulness in her words, and she giggles. Yet she makes no attempt to further the conversation, and instead continues on with her paperwork. He swallows, drawing away from his microscope.

"I – I wasn’t wearing this shirt for any particular reason." He shifts his shoulders a little, looking back into his microscope, twiddling the knobs for no real reason aside to look busy. "Don’t be ridiculous."

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