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y’know, in “Rose’s Scabbard”, Pearl’s statement of “Sometimes you even sound like her” is in response to Steven saying “Pearl, you have to tell me what’s wrong.” implying that at some point Rose said the exact same thing to her, hence why she was prompted to say that. Which makes sense, of course, given what we know about the two characters, but its interesting. I can’t help but wonder the context (or contexts, since it may’ve been something said on multiple occasions)

and I dunno, it sounds like a seeded line that’s going to be echoed somewhere down the line in a flashback sequence or something. Like I just strongly believe we’re going to be hearing it again, probably with the same inflection, just from Rose instead of Steven. 

im sorry i just..theres no question that delphine has crossed moral boundaries left and right throughout both of the earlier seasons but at least imo this is a huge shift for her outwardly..behaviorally..and i mean we can make assumptions about what pushed her over the edge but it isnt a progression we got to see, so…im not sure how to feel about it. but then again i feel like so much of the s2 character development (and relationship development) was rushed so this is a familiar feeling.

voihanshit replied to your post: eVERYBODY SO THRISTY FOR DAREDEVIL OMFG

i haven’t seen anyone saying that they didn’t like it BECAUSE THAT IS JUST IMPOSSIBLE AND IT’S AMAZING HOW EVERYONE JUST LOVES IT

EAXCTLY RIGHT. also the more i think about it the more i’m coming to the conclusion that there’s nothing problematic in daredevil. every overused/lazy trope is avoided so beautifully. every episode so thrilling & clever. so much gentleness in such an otherwise violent show. such respect for cultures & honesty about religion. all 13 episodes immediately available with no mid-season hiatus bullshit. 

this show is a fucking gem??????

sans-mots replied to your post: eVERYBODY SO THRISTY FOR DAREDEVIL OMFG

the thirst is real

Okay I know we always go on about Marvel’s uncanny casting ability. 

But if you thought they were the only ones, let me draw your attention to this man:

Viggo Mortensen, aka Aragorn son of Arathorn, aka Sexiest Ranger in Middle Earth

  • would hike, often for more than a day, to remote filming locations, in costume, for the sake of authenticity
  • was the best swordsman Bob Anderson (swordsmaster/instructor for LotR, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc) says he has ever trained
  • occasionally writes poetry (more book!canon than film!canon but um hello)
  • does all his own stunts
  • lived all over and speaks about 23940209384 languages
  • you know that scene at the end of Fellowship when he’s fighting the Uruk-hai? And one throws a dagger at him and he hits it away with his sword? Yeah, the guy who threw it was supposed to miss, but accidentally threw it directly at Viggo. Who just casually Aragorned and hit it away. 

They actually cast Aragorn to play Aragorn

please consider: rihanna as crowley and lupita as aziraphale 

this brought to you by the committee for the healthy perpetuation of good omens fancasts that don’t involve a) benedict cumberbatch and martin freeman, b) benedict cumberbatch and matt smith, c) martin freeman and matt smith, or d) all the above + arthur darvill 

“-and then you called me ‘Toots’ and I was just like, naaaaah…”

“Toots?!”

“I know, amazing right?”

“More like amazing that you didn’t punch me unconscious.”

“Shoot, yeah! That could’ve saved a bunch of hassle… Okay, 'you ever do it again and I’ll straight-up exorcise you with a fist to the face. Deal?”

“Deal.”