You ever seen that episode of Criminal Minds, “True Night”?
Imagine your otp.
Here’s the scenario:
An artist who does comic books and graphic novels has a girlfriend (you can switch around the genders if you want) whom he is very much in love with. They go out one night and they’re walking down the street, being adorable, when she reveals she is pregnant. He is overjoyed, and he proposes to her.
She’s about to accept, when gang members approach behind him.
They attack the two, sexually assault and torture the girl to death, and force the artist to watch. They then leave him for dead.
He has a psychotic break and starts brutally murdering the gang members as a character in his books does. He thinks she is still alive, and he keeps trying to call her, only to get her voicemail: Hey, this is [insert name here], can’t come to the phone right now, ‘cause I’m out living my life! (ain’t that just salt on the fucking wound?) and as his life falls apart around him, so does his sanity. His friends are worried about him. He violently dismisses them.
He is eventually caught, still completely unaware he has been murdering people, and is placed in a mental hospital.
The last scene is him alone in a locked room. Drawings of his dead fiance cover the walls, some incomplete and trailing off. He mutters to himself as he dials a number on a phone. There’s a click, and the voicemail plays again. He’s crying. As the camera zooms out, out the door, the voicemail ends. There’s another click as the camera moves down the hallway, away from the room, and the voicemail plays again.
“Kimiko Nishimoto learned how to use a camera for the first time at the age of 71 and even furthered her skills by taking courses on digital editing to manipulate her images. While she mostly focuses on still life and nature photography, she has a series of hilarious self-portraits involving random costumes and staged falls.” (x)
Not sure what’s more pleasing: the image of Jared, sleepy and naked; the notion of Jensen somehow observing this phenomenon; or the fact that Jensen thinks there’s a thriving market in ‘fan fiction books’ (Torcon 2015)