damon&elena

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“Yes, that plan is great!” You jumped up from the couch agreeing with Stefan.

You, Stefan, and Damon were in the Salvatore Boarding House living room discussing a plan to go against the Mikaelson’s. Stefan’s plan seemed to be the only one that made sense.

“Umm. Excuse me. We are not going with my little brother’s plan. You would be going to actual suicide. Did you not hear that HIS plan causes YOU danger?” Damon practically yelled glaring at his brother. Damon would do anything to keep you safe and the last thing was to put you in danger. Stefan sighed at Damon’s response.

“Look, maybe it’s for the best. But It’s not like I won’t have vampires and witches around me keeping me safe” you explained reassuring Damon stepping closer to him but he shook his head.

“Are you really taking his side against mine?”

You rolled your eyes. "Damon stop. You know this is the only option we have” you said taking a stance against your boyfriend.

“No. It’s not not. Don’t you get it? I’m not losing you again” Damon ran his fingers through his hair and sighed. Stefan saw that it was getting personal between the two of you and nicely escorted himself out.

“But Damon you won’t” you said softly walking towards him and cupping his face. “Damon listen to me, I’m never leaving you again”

Damon looked up at you. His blue eyes had a different tint at the moment. It was soft and gentle. He was worried and you never saw this side of Damon.

anonymous asked:

The official page of TVD posted a video of Julie saying her fav TVD scene is when Elena broke up with Stefan in 2x06. Not sure if this is a good thing or bad thing... Like all the delenas shippers says things like "My fav Stelena scene is when they broke up" and now Julie says this. It's a beautiful and tragic break up, but.... what's your opinion?

It’s funny because I was about to do an in-depth post about one specific scene from the 2x06 break-up and then I got this ask.

The beauty and tragedy of the 2x06 SE break-up is that you really see how much Stefan and Elena love each other in that scene and you also see their connection.

First of all, Stefan is already emotional when Elena comes into the living room because Jenna got hurt and because he knows that it means they’re breaking up; he knows what lines Elena has drawn and he knows what she will do to protect her family so there’s already an instant connection when she sees him because they’re both in mourning:

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and that connection is re-established when they actually talk and before Elena says anything, she needs to take a deep breath to brace herself:

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and when Elena speaks, she looks absolutely devastated by what she has to do because she truly loves Stefan but familial obligation is compelling her to go against selfish desire and you see that in her expression and you hear that in the conviction of her voice:

while it absolutely breaks Stefan, which is also clearly visible but because he understands where she’s coming from, all he can do is silently cry and let her break up with him even though it’s something neither of them want:

and when Elena utters the words “it’s over”, I find it interesting that she shakes her head as if her body is rejecting what her mind is telling her but she has to listen to reason so no one else gets hurt:

and my absolute favourite part is that when Elena utters “it’s over” and Stefan is about to crack:

Elena actually breaks down and she has to reach out to him:

Even in this instance she can’t bear to see him in pain, it agitates her and it pains her to see him distraught and she has to do something to comfort him and then ends up kissing him before turning away:

and when she leaves, she literally needs to hold onto her stomach as she walks so she won’t fall down, she has to hold herself up because that’s how devastating breaking up with Stefan was and she has to hold onto furniture as she leaves:

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This scene actually just illustrates how much they love one another because they’re forced to break up due to Katherine and that’s supposed to be a major consequence and a major blow for both of them. Like this is Elena’s face when Damon calls her back:

so it’s actually a painfully romantic scene, it’s not like Julie chose the 4x06 break up scene which paved the way for DE.

hollywoodreporter.com
Fox Renews 'Lethal Weapon' for Season 2
The Warner Bros. drama based on the hit movie franchise will return for a 22-episode second season.

Fox is bringing back another one of its first-year series.

A day after renewing freshman comedy The Mick, the network has also handed a season two pickup to Lethal Weapon. The drama will be back for a 22-episode second season.

“Lethal Weapon continues to fire on all cylinders,” said network entertainment president David Madden. “Every week, it delivers a big, fun rollercoaster ride, but also remains touchingly human and genuinely emotional, and that’s due to the chemistry that’s developed not only between Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford, but the entire cast. We want to thank our producing partners, Warner Bros., as well as Matt Miller, McG, Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz, who have done a fantastic job in crafting a series for which a second-season order is well deserved.”

Loosely inspired by the film franchise starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, the Lethal Weapon series again follows Riggs (Crawford), coming back to work after the loss of his wife and unborn child, and Murtaugh (Wayans), recovering from a heart attack, as they partner up to work the beat in modern-day Los Angeles.

Fox’s first freshman series of the 2016-17 season to earn a full-season order, Lethal Weapon debuted as Fox’s highest-rated fall premiere in two years. The series has remained a solid performer this season, most recently pulling a 1.4 rating among adults 18-49. The series, which averages 11 million viewers across multiple platforms, currently ranks among the top five first-year shows on the Big Four.

In addition to The Mick, Lethal Weapon also joins renewed Fox series Empire, The Simpsons and Lucifer, the latter which also hails from Warner Bros. TV. The studio is also behind Batman drama Gotham, which is currently in its third season on Fox.