anonymous said:

Is that show called Endeavor? Is it good? if so, do you know where i can watch it?? thank you!

No, you don’t understand. It’s not good, it’s as close to flawless as anything will ever get. It is painful, though. It hurts. And you’ll love it.


I don’t really want to post any links but if you google ‘Watch Endeavour online’ you’ll definitely find something. It’s an itv show, a prequel to the long-running and well-loved Inspector Morse series (which is in turn a sort of prequel to Inspector Lewis). There’s a pilot and two series out so far. A third series has been confirmed though (THANK GOD) and is already in the works.

So I have more Endeavour headcanons.

This is what happens when I roleplay far too frequently and identify far too much with a character, but…here goes! I’m sorry that my feeder self tends to come out. I am SOOOO sorry!

  • Morse can both be constantly hungry and never need to eat.
  • Morse is flexible and agile, but his reaction time is a bit off.
  • Morse is of absolutely no help when it comes to manual labor.
  • Morse can be modest if necessary, but never about his abilities as a detective.
  • Morse could totally do ballet.

Just taking a moment or two to appreciate this gif for numerous reasons.

Of course, it shows poor old young Morse and his canonical phobia of blood. It also shows Fred Thursday being his gallant self and catching him. Excellent.

What it also shows if you watch carefully, however, is Roger Allam breaking character, post catch, to grin down at Shaun Evans (did he nearly drop him? Did Mr Evans pull a funny face? Who knows).

Either way, it’s quite splendid.


anonymous asked: an edit of your favourite episode: Endeavour 1x02 | Fugue.


"I forgot for a minute it’s not about me, it’s about them that turn to us for help in time of need. Weak, defenceless. Old, young. Especially the young."
— Fred Thursday, Neverland


"It was tough, you know […] but we had each other, and that is how you got through."