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Nesta Cooper as the Bartender on Supernatural (2015)

S10, EP11 “There’s No Place Like Home”: Charlie returns from Oz - Sam is scanning the internet for suspicious paranormal activity and comes across a video of Charlie beating up a district attorney. Dean suspects she’s back from Oz and hunting on her own, assuming the district attorney must have been a demon. When they do find Charlie, they are shocked when she tells them why she really came back from Oz.

Series created by Eric Kripke


“He said ‘Memphis is a stand-in for wherever you are right now.  That it really means that’s how I got here.’”

Lost the bet.

Pairing : Reader x Dean
Author : Mel
A/N : because it’s funny.

“Fucking Sam, and his stupid fucking bets…” Dean grumbled as he waited. Dean had started the prank war, and Sam had called the bet. Sam won the war, and this was his punishment. And Dean was not fucking happy about it.

He didn’t have to wait long before he heard the bunker door open, and shut again. He took a deep breath, then grumbled as he bent over getting ready. “I hate you Sam.” He mumbled to himself. He was on his hands and knees on your bed, and when he heard the door open behind him, he did what he had to.

“Dean!?” You were in shock.

Charlies laughter rang out next to you. “Oh my god I am so happy I made this trip!” You heard the tell tale sound of her phone starting to record before she spoke, but when Dean heard her voice, he froze and turned.


“Hiya Dean.” She grinned, still recording. “I like your giant googly eyes.”

“I’M GOING TO KILL YOU SAM!” Dean yelled, knowing his brother was just down the hall.

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Sunny Confessions
  • I LOVE the early seasons.
  • I never once had any “shippy” kind of thought about Mac and Dennis until I started participating in the online fandom.  Now, after this season’s finale, I’m back to that point.
  • The kiss between Dee and Charlie was a total shock to me.  I never saw those two together at all.
  • I love when the show explores Dennis’ insecurities and more vulnerable areas just much as I love when the show highlights his creepy and sociopathic tendencies.  What makes him such a great and interesting character is that he can be delicate and emotional yet aggressive and capable of terrible things at the same time.  I feel like too many people on this site appreciate the former but overlook the latter.
  •  I’ve never felt any sympathy for Cricket.  He chose to leave the priesthood.  He chose to keep associating with the Gang.  He is the one ultimately responsible for the life he has now (which A Cricket’s Tale made pretty clear is a life that he likes).
  • I wish they hadn’t killed off Barbara Reynolds.  So much humor and insight into Dennis’ and Dee’s relationship with her could’ve been mined from keeping her on the show.   

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charlie & mia; the past will haunt

It was the live music that brought her to the bookstore. Reading and music shouldn’t go hand in hand - at least not usually - but  something about the steady beat urged her pace quicker, and before she knew it she was opening the door with the rusty hinge, and a little bell on top.

Mia enjoyed reading. She sped through books (hahahaaa!) and the meager library she’d amassed at her place never satisfied her. Running a finger over the spines, she pursued the sections as she chewed her lip, her brows knit.

The familiar face made her look once, twice, and then a third time with unabashed shock. “Charlie?” She blurted, forever victim to that foot-in-mouth syndrome, the same one that had granted her many missed recesses. She should have run the other way the second she saw her.

But it was too late now.

Clenching her teeth, she stood there, suddenly wishing she had a book to hold - even one of the dusty old reference volumes (but at least then she wouldn’t look like a complete moron.) “Sorry,” she closed her eyes, shook her head. “I didn’t think I’d see you here.”


get ready to be fucked up

what if when eggsy shocked charlie with the signet ring, it shorted out the chip in his neck? and his head didn’t explode when merlin activated the chips? and he was just lying unconscious on the balcony of valentine’s bunker while eggsy and gazelle fought below, and was generally overlooked even as eggsy walked out, leaving valentine to die and charlie to live?


If you don’t know what happened, hologarithm wrote it on this post:

Something horrible happened in my country. Lots of people already know the news, others don’t. A French weekly magazine was attacked by gunmen. It’s a satirical magazine. A magazine who defend our freedom, our democracy and our liberty of expression. This magazine was pointed many time because they draw satirical stuff about religion. Yeah, but they draw stuff about our president, about our economy, our life too!

And because they defend our liberty of expression, theses gunmen killed people without doubt! they killed journalists, they killed policemen and they killed artists!

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CHARLIE RETURNS FROM OZ — Sam (Jared Padalecki) is scanning the internet for suspicious paranormal activity and comes across a video of Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) beating up a district attorney. Dean (Jensen Ackles) suspects she’s back from Oz and hunting on her own, assuming the district attorney must have been a demon. When they do find Charlie, they are shocked when she tells them why she really came back from Oz. Phil Sgriccia directed this episode written by Robbie Thompson. Original airdate 1/27/2015.
—  CW has released the official episode synopsis for Supernatural’s January 27, episode “There’s No Place Like Home”.

Car aujourd'hui est un jour sombre pour les Français et à l'heure actuelle, nous sommes tous Charlie ! Je suis choquée, écœurée, horrifiée par l'attentat qui a touché ma France et ma ville de naissance. 
Protégeons la liberté d'expression. Pensées à tous les journalistes et à Charlie Hebdo.

Because today is a dark day for France, and at present, we are all Charlie! I am shocked, disgusted, horrified by the attack that touched my France and my hometown. 
Protect freedom of expression. Thoughts to all journalists and Charlie Hebdo.

Paris, Copenhagen, Syria, Iraq, Israel, Nigeria, Somalia, Kuwait, Bangkok, Turkey, Lebanon, Paris, again.

Hundreds of innocent lives, hundreds of innocent families destroyed, just because of extreme ideas.

Different cultural behaviors, ideas, skin, political and cultural beliefs do not make somebody else’s life less worthy than yours.