Charlie & Miles | 1.05 | I remember you.
Happy Birthday, street-of-mercy!
This scene makes me think of you :D
nbc revolutionstreet-of-mercyCharlie MathesonMiles MathesonMarlierevolution season onei was feeling sentimental1080pSoul Train1.05GIF setMineThis is about a billion times better than last years post...No...don't go look at that one. It's awful. Stop. The orange is burns.Everyone not Mercy feel free to deleted the bday message. I know you probably don't need that on your blog.I honestly think of you every time I watch this scene M. THE FLAILING. IT IS EPIC.I love how he chases he down (speed walking much) and Charlie's just as pissed as he is and REALLY not in the mood for a ranting lunatic.And then he throws Danny in her face and says the most hurtful thing he can think of...and finally Charlie's had enough.And this is what I loved about them (still love about them) they will yell at each other in the middle of nowhere.And if he pushes it over the line she'll snap him right back. Like HEY ASSHOLE. STOP PUSHING ME AWAY. I NEED YOU.In an AU (no Blackout world) I imagine they only fight like this when it's really bad like: When Miles refuses to come to Ben's funeral because they still hadn't made up (and 'Ben wouldn't want me there'). Or when Charlie realises Miles cheated on Nora with a one-night stand.Or when Miles walks in on Charlie with Bass and flips out. Or when Danny crashes the car drunk and Charlie takes the fall for it.Or when Charlie goes missing for three days after her 21st only to call him at 1AM to confess she and Connor may have been partyinga little too hard. And now they're in Mexico and they've run out of money and Connor keeps joking about pimping himself out and she'sactually maybe worried that he's not joking. And he wouldn't let her call Bass because they're fighting about god knows what. So help?Or when Charlie gets married and he's not there (and Miles can't explain why - but it f**king hurts). Or when Charlie lies about not gettingaccepted to a great college halfway across the country and he finds the acceptance letter when he's helping her move.etc. And it always ends with them sitting side-by-side on the front steps. Or the floor. Or in his car. Wherever. Waiting for that first tickle of forgiveness that always leads to the first smile or nudge. Because that's just how they are.