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Humanity…  It’s not a state. It’s a… It’s a quality.
↳ Leo Elster, 1x08


…would you like some toast and jam, george? your favourite is apricot.

The fuck are y'all calling this girl a hoe and a slut for??

Her life’s on the line and y'all are calling Ji a hoe.
BRUH are you guys serious!?!? was she a ass to bum before? Yea! but she didn’t know bum situation and she for damn sure didn’t know about sangwoos crazy ass. So because she was a jerk to bum she deserves to die?
Sangwoos is a KILLER and y'all treat him as a “precious baby”.
Y'all have your priorities mixed LOLOL


I think Negan perfectly sums up the feeling many Americans have today when they think about who’s just been elected president… 

i gotta say something about humans. i really love this show. genuinely.

i love that it doesn’t rely on action sequences or gratutious violence or nudity or ~shocking twists~ to keep people watching. most shows nowadays go for that GoT vibe of “anyone can die” and tries to be as dark and gritty as possible, substituting shocks for proper storylines.

but humans doesn’t do that. instead, it focuses on characters. yes, there are action scenes and twists and the like but i truly appreciate how they aren’t the driving force of the plot, they’re simply consequences of the situations and choices the characters make.

for example, look at the character development. mia, niska, laura, leo, pete, odi, everyone… all of them have changed from who they were at the start of S1. never at any point has their development felt forced. it’s a natural progression of who they are and how their experiences have changed them.

plus, the arcs concerning the synths this season have been incredible. i love that mia and niska have been allowed to explore who they are away from their family. they’ve been allowed to branch out and become their own people. they’ve been able to have relationships with others. i love the moral debate between max and leo/hester over how best to deal with their circumstances.
i love how karen is being shown having a hard time adapting to having a life of her own and how her struggles are being presented as important.

then there’s the social aspect of the world: i love seeing how society adapts to the synths through the synthie movement because something as widespread as synths is obviously going to have an impact on culture.

basically what i’m saying is that humans is the best example of a well-written character driven show and if you aren’t watching, you’re missing out