anonymous asked:

Hannigram prompt: "I want to hit you." (For the last two weeks of my theatre class, we've been writing a series of monologues that all start with this line, so I'd love to see where you go with it!)

“I want to hit you,” Will said, turning from the window to Hannibal. “I had a dream about it last night.”

“You still fantasize about killing me. After all these years.”

“No. I don’t want to kill you anymore. Tried that too many times already.”

“Open hand or closed?”

“Open, I think,” Will said. “I don’t expect for you to let me do it.”

Hannibal smiled then. “Do you recall what I once told you about your instincts?”

Hannibal’s words echoed in from the past, flooding the halls of Will’s mind. “How could I forget? But certainly all intimacies have their limits.”

“Not with us. Would you like to do it now, or after dinner?”

Will reached up to trace the slope of Hannibal’s cheek with his fingers. “Now, if you’re so eager.”

Hannibal gave a nod and closed his eyes. Will continued to caress Hannibal’s face a moment before pulling away. He breathed in deep, exhaling slow. When the flat of his palm made contact, the sound of it echoed throughout the room. Skin on skin, burning deep.

The crimson streak formed on Hannibal’s cheek was warm when Will dared to touch it. Beneath his lips, it was even warmer still. In the afterglow of ache, Hannibal’s eyes shone.

“You enjoyed that more than I did,” Will said.

“But you enjoyed it very much.”

Will smirked. “Not as much as I enjoyed this,” he said, pressing his lips to Hannibal’s burning skin.




This week’s New Girl not only has a great Nick and Jess storyline that had both funny and cute moments, but we also get a classic Winston/Cece messaround, not to mention we get to see Schmidt adjusting to having his own assistant.  So here’s everything that I can tell you about “Young Adult”.

Jess wants to be considered a “cool principal” instead of just someone who is constantly going to be laying down the law with the kids, so when she worries she may not be able to accomplish that, she has to enlist some help.  Enter Nick, who is a really big deal to the students at her school because they found The Pepperwood Chronicles in the library and are now obsessed.

Meanwhile, while Winston and Cece are getting ready to pack for Schmidt and Cece’s move, Winston finds out that Furguson is two-timing him with one of their neighbors.  So Winston and Cece must go against this neighbor to see who Furguson really wants to be with.

During all of this, Schmidt hires a very eager and overly-aggressive new assistant and soon starts to regret wanting an assistant that would anticipate his every need.

Then, Jess actually gets what she wants and becomes popular with her students when Nick comes to her school.  It’s accomplished when Nick reminisces about his past relationship with Jess, which pretty much blows the students’ minds.  But it soon backfires when Jess loses all control over them.

This was a really great episode, and I was happy to see so many great scenes involving Nick and Jess, including some with their typical bantering.  Plus, it was overall just a very funny episode and made me eager to see what’s going to happen next with everyone.

Here are a few things to look forward to:

  • The last Winston/Cece Messaround
  • Coffee Arguments
  • UPmost vs. UTmost
  • Nick stepping up to help Jess as she always does for him

Don’t miss an all-new episode of NEW GIRL airing Tuesday, Feb. 28 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

As always, send any questions you may have my way, and I will answer as long as they aren’t too spoilery!


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