So you know in a way, it’s easy for them to imagine what it would be like for her to be holding him at the end. I think– I have to say there was an unawareness of it being their final season together. I think in some ways, they were already experiencing, “What would it be like, what’s it going to be like when my husband of the last six years, I don’t see him anymore and vice versa?” I think very naturally, they have much affection for each other and so I think it was naturally very easy for them to play that scene.
—  Michael Engler, Director 6X05 about Cobert and McGonneville.

I love watching you sleep, as creepy as that sounds I really don’t care.

You’re so adorable when you drool all over your pillow and make suttle whimpering sounds in your sleep.

I love it when I whisper “I love you” in your ear while your sleeping and you say it back.

All of this stuff is the best feeling ever and I missed it so much.

I missed you so much.

I Love You.