conspiracy tbh


Ok so this has been legit bothering me since s2 premiered

Exhibit A: Keith’s Room in Season 1

Exhibit B: Keith’s Room in Season 2

Why…is his bed on the other side of the room? We know there aren’t two beds because he runs right into the other wall.

And in this scene from s2, his room only has one door, which he is facing

So. Did Keith switch rooms at some point???


Here he is in front of Lance’s room. See that doorway behind him, a few scant steps away from Lance’s room? That’s his. Room. THAT HE CLEARLY SWAPPED HIS OLD ROOM FOR 


has anyone ever wondered why Simon got so offended over Baz trying to feed him to the chimera, or when he pushed him down the stairs, but like he only mentions that Baz tried to steal his voice -’the worst thing you can do to a magician’- once or twice.

and i was just thinking why? Simon knew that he and Baz were enemies, that’s what enemies did: they fight, they try to kill each other. why should he care about a few pitiful attempts at murder? why should he care that Baz pushed him down the stairs or fed him to a chimera?

 then i really thought about it and honestly my English teacher better be proud of me after this interpretation, i mean it is far fetched af but…

i think that Simon expected Baz to fight with him using his magic, they’re magicians after all, maybe it seemed fair, or he thought that that was just the way things were, but then Baz started being physical -get your heads out of the gutter i didn’t mean it like that. 

Baz started to abuse Simon without using magic, he shoved him down the stairs. it started to become personal, it stopped being about two arch enemies fighting and started being just cruel. i don’t think Simon expected that when he came to Watford; he wasn’t prepared for it, how could he join the game when he didn’t even know what Baz was playing? 

and maybe it was just too real. magic was Simon’s secret life, it was the thing he always came back to -it was his everything- so maybe that’s why he didn’t mind so much when Baz used spells to hurt him, because it was magic, but when he started just abusing him it could have reminded him of his other life. 

his other life, with lonely care homes and hatred and not even letting himself thinking of his secret life because it would hurt too much. and maybe, just maybe, Simon had been abused in those places too, maybe he’d been shoved down stairs before, maybe he had been pushed and shoved and hit and abused. and maybe he went to Watford with the hope of getting away from that, maybe he had just dealt with Baz’s teasing and hatred and jealousy and all of that because it was better than his other life, wasn’t it?

wasn’t it?


this is my favorite

ok but consider this: at no point during the entire show does burr ever affirm his identity
he never answers yes to alexander when he asks “are you aaron burr, sir?”
people address him as burr and he responds
and at some point during right hand man he introduces himself as burr but listen
we know this is an ambitious man who wants to be in the room where it happens, he is smart and patient and he rises too alongside hamilton while keeping a relatively low profile
i’m not saying opportunistic identity theft except i am