but he's black

@nobuo-fujita said: Jet as a chef reminds me of Gordon Ramsey for some reason. All he needs is the motherfuckin’ lamb sauce, and then he’s set for feeding his entire family/friends.

You’re correct. 

I didn’t do it intentionally, but Jet is basically the Remnant Gordon Ramsay. Ginormous food snob and only uses fresh ingredients or produce he has grown himself, he is skeptical of other peoples cooking skills and really doesn’t enjoy eating food he hasn’t made, save the few exceptions when he finds other cooking genius’s.

In his restaurant, “Pitch-Black”, he will chastise his employee’s for doing something incorrectly or for making simple mistakes. When he’s mad, he doesn’t scream, but you almost wish he would. Maybe you’d feel better, then.

He’s a professional cook who ends up being a published writer (for food and cooking of course) and his restaurant earns one Michelin star after only three years into the business. He is hard on his team but none of them would ever say anything bad about him. Jet is a true master chef, his employees and team always enjoy the passion he exudes. The team is motivated easily by his energy, and are often mesmerized when they watch him cook.

ok but at the start, they seriously told us with visuals who would pilot the lions, other than their designated pilots………………….

pidge and hunk are the only ones for green and yellow….

we don’t see a mini blue lion or learn anything about what it looks for in a paladin because lance interrupts, but we only get shots of allura and lance while the blue lion is being discussed….. allura goes on to pilot blue.

the red lion is in between keith and lance…. lance pilots red at the current time. this makes the shot of the black lion and who is shown with it very intriguing….

shiro is there, of course… then keith, his head completely in the frame. he’s now piloting black. then — barely there but there, nonetheless — there’s lance.

Lance’s maturity is just. Incredible. Like, yes he was petty about the leader thing, but as soon as the Black Lion made its decision (and more importantly, as soon as he noticed Keith was genuinely upset about it / doubting himself), he immediately flips the script. He’s in Keith’s corner, backing him up and encouraging him. He’s able to set aside his pride and insecurities in an instant and like… wow. What a genuinely good kid.