“So let me get this straight,” he said, reaching up to swipe a hand almost absently through his bangs. “You want me to go with you to your brother’s wedding, because you lied and said you were gunna bring a hot date?”
Star-crossed lovers, they say, are doomed to meet a tragic end. And yet, Keith and Lance continue to cross one another, driven to find the one ending where love triumphs over destiny. Perhaps sometimes, the universe rewards those who persevere.
The one where Lance goes through a beating to save Shiro from having to go back to the Galra arena and once they escape, the team focus themselves on healing their Blue Paladin back to health and to make sure he knows they love him.
It was the smile that really did Lance in. While Lance could deal with hot, older Keith, he was having trouble with the happiness that was so visible on his face, his stature. He was relaxed and bright. Suddenly, Lance couldn’t imagine Keith without it.
Lance wanted—no, he needed to know everything about this person. He needed to know because Keith is the most interesting puzzle set before him, and he only knew their name and that was a goddamn shame.
With the absence of their leader, Shiro, the responsibility of leading the team has been thrusted onto Keith’s shoulders, and the reassignments of Lions are in order. However, Lance is not as ready to accept this new change as the rest of the team.
He wishes he could say “I want to caress your cheek as gently as a cherry blossom petal falling upon the face of a beautiful anime man,” but what comes out is usually more along the lines of “What do you know, Mullet?”
He’d just wanted a glimpse. It was stupid and childish and selfish, but he’d just wanted one more look out on the ocean, one more peek in the window of his family home, just in case they never made it back to Earth. Just in case he never got another chance.
His heart line was the same deep red color as the carnation he had taped to an envelope with shaking hands. It came as no surprise when the line darkened until it became an inky black. That was when it started to burn.
I really can’t shake this terrible feeling that we’re headed for an “It was all a dream.” Ending.
That those wretched theories that this is all the nightmare of a Radley patient might actually be true.
In the preview, all five of the girls are together wearing pretty sundresses, and they look up and it starts to snow. I thought that at first maybe it was just cherry blossoms falling on them, but I’m pretty sure that it’s snow.
Snow. In sundresses.
We all know it’s only snowed once in Rosewood. At Christmas. It’s weird that it’s snowing again, no? Like, sure it could be some kind of romanticism of the town kinda thing, but I’m thinking it may be something more … PLL?
We all noticed the snow globe in the preview, how it breaks and falls. And of course we’ve seen snow globes appear throughout the series. I’m growing more concerned that we’re heading for that “snow globe” theory that I am positive someone has to have already written.
Like the episode nears its happy ending, and the girls look up and see the snow falling, and the next scene is the snow globe falling off a table.
And then we find ourselves in room 214 in Rosewood Asylum. The broken snow globe lays on the floor, and it turns out that the 5 girls were all in the patient’s imagination. The patient is probably Mona, or maybe Spencer.
Or The patient is Ali and the girls each represent a characteristic she admires or something. Loyal, compassionate, etc. And wren is their doctor, Ezra their tutor, Caleb another patient, etc.
Since 7x18, when when Ali told Emily that escaping Rosewood was “just a dream.” I’ve been getting the vibe that that’s exactly what it is.
Marlene said that Toby’s car accident was just proof that no one can leave Rosewood.
And there’s that whole “All roads lead to Radley” thing.
And I’m just really getting worried that they’ll tell us that all the inconsistencies and the meaningless sense of time in Rosewood were all intentional. That they were our clues that none of this was real. Because time means nothing in a dream.
There’s just been these Twilight Zone clues before, and that’s basically the plot to like 6 episodes of that show, if not more.
I’m worried. If this show was going to tell us that none of this meant anything, then I’d have greatly preferred the N.A.T. Version instead. At least then someone is responsible for the dumb shit that happens.
Am I the only one getting that vibe? And am I the only one who hates it?
Summary: Akaashi pulls a muscle and Bokuto offers to help him with yoga. Akaashi knows a bad idea when he sees it, and he really only agrees because he’s suddenly acquired a deeply rooted desire to see Bokuto do yoga.For multiple reasons.
Summary: Realizing he’s got it bad for his setter is the easy part. Getting his feelings across might be the hardest thing Bokuto’s ever done, not counting his literature final or putting out the flames on that birthday cake he tried to bake for Akaashi last year, or—or a lot of things, actually.But the point still stands. Reaching out to Akaashi is a leap in the dark, and he wants it more than he’s ever wanted anything (especially the smoking remains of a cake he baked before he really understood his feelings, but knew that it’s what you attempt with your own two hands that matters).
There’s a lot of things Bokuto isn’t sure about now that he’s in university. His program, his new team, his future. There’s only one thing he’s absolutely sure of. He is not dating Akaashi Keiji. Not even a little bit.