-  Favorite tv show
-  Favorite movie
-  Favorite book
-  Favorite video game
-  Favorite anime
-  First anime
-  Old fandom
-  An OC
-  Last movie you watched in theaters
-  Only use pictures you’ve taken
-  Last book you read
-  Character that died
-  Character that was resurrected
-  Character with the same name as you (or same first letter)
-  Fictional location
-  Mythical creature
-  Using only your favorite color
-  Favorite player character in a game
-  Friend’s OC
-  Favorite non player character
-  Otp
-  BroTP
-  Favorite superhero
-  Movie of your childhood
-  Character you wish was more popular
-  Random Wikipedia page (first one with a picture) as your theme
-  Shuffle song on your phone
-  Third book on your shelf
-  Side character that deserved better
-  Personal Aesthetic
Anybody who shipped Mulder and Scully at ALL would say this scene had them flailing about with its wonderfulness. So I’m just gonna post all this wonderful innuendo laden dialogue. David Duchovny…you’re such a shipper.
SCULLY: So, uh… I get this message marked “urgent” on my answering service from one Fox Mantle telling me to come down to the park for a very special very early or very late birthday present. And, Mulder… I don’t see any nicely wrapped presents lying around so, what gives?
MULDER: You’ve never hit a baseball, have you, Scully?
SCULLY: No, I guess I have, uh… found more necessary things to do with my time than slap a piece of horsehide with a stick.
MULDER: Get over here, Scully. (MULDER holds the bat out for her. SCULLY walks over and takes it. MULDER steps behind her and wraps his arms around her tightly, also holding the bat around her hands.)
SCULLY: This is my birthday present, Mulder? You shouldn’t have.
MULDER: This ain’t cheap. I’m paying that kid ten bucks an hour to shag balls. Hey, it’s not a bad piece of ash, huh? (SCULLY gives him a Look.) The bat-talking about the bat. Now, don’t strangle it. You just want to shake hands with it. “Hello, Mr. Bat. It’s a pleasure to make your acquaintance.” “Oh, no, no, Ms. Scully. The pleasure’s all mine.” (SCULLY laughs as their hands grip the bat.) Okay, now, we want to… we want to go hips before hands, okay? (holds his hand a few inches from her hip) We want to stride forward and turn. That’s all we’re thinking about. So, we go hips… before hands, all right? (He gingerly touches her hip and with his hands and his own hips pressed against her, turns her the right way.)
MULDER: One more time. (He touches and turns her hips more confidently.) Hips… before hands, all right?
MULDER: What is it?
SCULLY: Hips before hands.
MULDER: (speaking right into her ear) Right. We’re going to wait on the pitch. We’re going to keep our eye on the ball. Then, we’re just going to make contact. We’re not going to think. We’re just going to let it fly, Scully, okay?
MULDER: Ready? (MULDER tries to readjust their grips on the bat. Momentary hand struggle between them.)
SCULLY: I’m in the middle. (She gets her hands back between his. They are both grinning)
MULDER: All right, fire away, Poorboy. (A ball comes to them and they hit it. It goes way foul.) Ooh! That’s good. All right, what you may find is you concentrate on hitting that little ball… The rest of the world just fades away– all your everyday, nagging concerns. The ticking of your biological clock. How you probably couldn’t afford that nice, new suede coat on a G-Woman’s salary. How you threw away a promising career in medicine… (intimately into her ear) … to hunt aliens with a crackpot, albeit brilliant, partner. Getting into the heart of a global conspiracy. Your obscenely overdue triple-X bill. Oh, I… I’m sorry, Scully. Those last two problems are mine, not yours.
SCULLY: (with a big smile) Shut up, Mulder. I’m playing baseball.
(They continue to hit the balls. SCULLY laughs. As the balls fly up into the black, star-studded night sky, we see them turn into shooting stars.)
Day 27: Character you want to be Best Friends with
Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation
Mike Schur says it better than I ever could…
“We take great pains in all the episodes to show how much her friends’ happiness means to her and the crazy lengths that she’ll go to to help her friends when they’re in trouble. Like when Ron is in trouble with his ex-wives, she’ll throw herself on a number of different grenades for him. In the first ever Ron and Tammy episode, Ron saw that happen and it really affected him. It laid the foundation for the rest of their relationship. Part of the theme of the show is if you’re that kind of person, that will come back and help you. That was the whole design of last season for us: When she was in a crisis and her campaign managers pulled out, her friends said, “Screw it, we’ll help you.” That’s the essence of who the character is and the world she inhabits: She’s a person who is so genuinely mindful of the people around her and wants so badly to help them succeed and achieve their goals and dreams that she’s now in a situation where there’s no length to which her friends will not go for her. It’s a little bit of a friend fantasy. She’s what everyone wishes their best friend could be like.”