againwhatgaaah

againwhatgaaah replied to your photo:Why have we not talked about this moment? Or maybe…

I think both Neal and Belle looked back and looked a bit nervous because Rumple will be talking to his father.

Honestly I didn’t really see that with Belle. 

Neal has a deeper understanding of what that confrontation means. He knows Pan on a personal level. He knows what Pan is capable of. He’s experienced it first hand. That’s what makes him nervous. Neal witnessed the last time Rumple went to deal with Pan himself and he got stuck in a box. 

Belle’s reaction seemed more supportive than nervous/scared for Rumple. 

marionarnold replied to your post“Just a thought: Rick has been in this specific situation once before….”

Did Shane ‘tell’ him?? I know Daryl and Dale figured it out and Rick probably did as well - but I didn’t think he ever sought actual confirmation? I think he liked NOT knowing because Shane’s actions saved Carl and that gave Rick some serious issues. I think Tyreese will…

Shane did tell him. It was on the road in 18 Miles Out. Right before Rick handed him his gun back.

againwhatgaaah replied to your post“Just a thought: Rick has been in this specific situation once before….”

Didn’t it Daryl figured it out too ..and Dale too? idk i feel it’s a different situation with Carol. I hope Rick doesn’t tell everyone unless he have to.

What I’m getting at is only that he’s faced this sort of dilemma in the past. Not that it’s an identical situation. As far as I know, nobody has ever told the Greenes any of this. Or if they did, it was offscreen and long after the fact, when Shane was dead.

gnomees replied to your post: You know that fangirl moment when you should go…

…I resemble this remark.

Fangirling makes it hard to keep it together.  :( witnesstoitall answered your question: I know it’s probably odd to other people, but I…

I’m a Caryl shipper, but I mostly love that their bond is a love that isn’t dependent on physicalities — that’s rare for T

Yes, exactly!  Which is why I  can see both directions it could go.  Yes, I ship them together, because Daryl has to get off of the cookie jar eventually, but it’s nice just seeing someone care about him as a person.  It’s nice seeing someone talk to him like a human being for the first time that we see on the show and worry about his well-being. againwhatgaaah answered your question: I know it’s probably odd to other people, but I…

I love them when they’re together too! People who ship Norm/Mel called the ship McReedus.

I’m all over it!  Because based on the little that I’ve seen, the adorable dynamic I like between their characters exists in real life too, to some extent.  Cute people are just too cute.
  • nova802:Oooh! The Parting Glass would be my vote.
  • Praxid:I think it's the best bet. Other than the sweet reassurances againwhatgaaah mentioned, the most notable quotes she has other than that involve wanting to kill herself, and trying to convince Maggie she should kill herself, too. Not really very attractive for the project ;)