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Drew: “There’s so few of you now we can fit on these sofas. How exciting. Is that exciting for you? Or just me? Just me? Ok, moving on. Today you will be competing in pairs for a double date. You will play each other in table football, and the winning pairs from each game will play each other, and the winners of that game will win the date. Sound alright to you? Good, let’s head outside.” 

Definitive Ranking of Book 4 Episodes, #6/13

6. 4x03 The Coronation

“Oh well, we’ll just deal with these PRISON CAMPS later.” “If you want to hug something, hug a tree.” Baatar shows mother his awards from army. Kuvira drops some tough rhetoric. Bolin and Mako fight. Little Ba Sing Se mall. “Oh you have metal in you.”

I try to be very objective when I do this ranking. I look at things like thematic significance, overall plot coherence, character moments, etc. But every once in awhile there’s just an episode where I can’t tell you why, but it strikes me just right.

I know fully well that it is not rational to put “The Coronation” above “After All These Years”, which I outright admitted had very few flaws. And this episode? I mean, it’s when we had to play Where’s Waldo to find Asami. Heck, it didn’t make sense for her to be on the stage, even if I bullshitted a reason for it. So then why is this episode pushing into the top half of the list, especially above the season opener that was designed very well to get buy-in, and which expertly established a feeling of dread?

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EXO reaction to waking up with 100+ calls from their mum

Sorry it’s taken so long for us to write something, one of us has had exams and stuff and we write together so I couldn’t do it on my own <3

Xiumin

I’m a grown man! Ok love you too mummy bye

Originally posted by xiundeer

Luhan

*Shook*

Originally posted by parkchny

Kris

It’s not my style to answer phone calls anymore’

‘I’m your mother’

‘Oh yeah. You right, you right’

Originally posted by jinful

Suho

‘Sorry mum, I was with my kids, this parenting thing isn’t easy’

Originally posted by bemineinseoul

Lay

Woke up to late so he got a text from his mum instead saying “CALL ME”’

Originally posted by secrethideoutme

Baekhyun

Calls his mum straight back trying to be all jokey but found out it was really important

Originally posted by dazzlingkai

Chen

Oh well

Originally posted by exoxoolf

Chanyeol

*GIF*

Originally posted by littlebyuns

D.O

Shook at first but then calls his mum back

Originally posted by jonginssoo

Tao

Sees all the missed calls and feels like he’s betrayed his mother and lost his mothers trust

Originally posted by lil-duckling

Kai

Too busy eating chicken to care

Originally posted by chens-melting-voice

Sehun

Always misses her phone calls due to his busy schedule and his phone is always on silent anyway so he’s used to it

Originally posted by wooyoung

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Wu Jian’an (邬建安), 121 Color Balls. 2013. Watercolor on paper.

Contemporary artist Wu Jian’an is one of China’s leading experimental artists. His works often center around interpreting and portraying Chinese folk art tradition and ancient mythology through avant-garde styles both methodically organized and intuitively abstract. In his earlier works, Wu utilizes paper cutting to explore his interest in connectivity, overlapping colorful circle cutouts in a way that conjures images of venn diagrams. Wu’s style is at systematic and orderly, yet almost dizzyingly stylized at the same time, inviting viewers to examine both individual components of the work and the harmony of the whole. Paper cutting (剪纸), as his medium and method of choice, dates back to as early as 200 CE in China ever since paper was invented by official Cai Lun (蔡倫), and Wu’s affinity for watercolor likewise harks back to the famous ink brush paintings of traditional Chinese art. By infusing traditional mediums of art in China with contemporary expressionism and bright hues, Wu links together China’s artistic past and present in thought-provoking ways.