so i went back to The Scene that everyone is talking about right now, and i can’t tell if it’s the light and/or the camera focusing, but the head does look like it’s manifesting. the gif quality is terrible, but if you go back to the episode and watch it, you can kinda see towards the end that an eye opens and the mouth starts to move. i for sure can’t say if this is a ghost or not (zak even said he can’t explain it), but hot diggity damn it’s cool as heck.
Quick question on this work-in-progress. Does the lavender and blue gray color scheme look as terrible as I’m fearing it does? I want the place to resemble an authentic Victorian mansion, but I’m struggling to find real life inspiration pictures of houses that are frilly and pretty but not horribly garish or impossible to replicate in Sims 3.
Also very tired of the double standards, like any time an ace or aro or someone who’s neither but on the “inclusion” side of “the discourse” says or does something shitty, it reflects on all of us and “look at how terrible ‘ace tumblr’ is” (not to mention the times troll blogs/posts were held up as “evidence” or things that like one or two ppl did were presented as being a common and accepted thing in the ace and aro communities [such as with ”ala”])
But all the crap ppl on the other side have pulled, all the erasure of the most marginalized of us, all the shitty and often dehumanizing treatment of us, all the ppl who’ve declared talking about our orientation “TMI”, all the white ppl who’ve talked over PoC and made vile racism comparisons and tried to erase us from our own communities bc it’d be more convenient if we were all white… that’s hardly worth mentioning or even acknowledging. Even when it barely if ever seems to get called out, it’s not a reflection of a big problem on the other side at all nope. Totally individual cases or us being dramatic.
Only “ace tumblr” has to take responsibility for shit apparently
Lucifer First Look: Tim DeKay Does ‘Terrible Things’ in Upcoming Arc
Tim DeKay will have good intentions yet do very, very bad things when he arrives on Fox’s Lucifer.
Seen in the exclusive photo above, the White Collar vet will play Dr. Jacob Carlisle, a brilliant neuroscience professor whose encounter with Lucifer will have deadly ramifications for someone the Devil cares about.
“We’re doing something we haven’t done before, which is we’re having a three-episode procedural arc [launching Jan. 16],” co-showrunner Ildy Modrovich tells TVLine. “So, [in addition to] the mythology and really digging into Lucifer, Chloe and ‘Will They/Won’t They,’ we have one Big Bad guy.”
Not that DeKay’s not-so-good doctor is purely evil.
“We always try to explore duality and the gray area — you don’t have just ‘bad guys’ and ‘good guys.’ And that’s kind of him, basically,” says Modrovich. “He starts doing terrible things, but his intentions aren’t bad. He was faced with making a horrible moral call, in the middle of distress, and now he’s kind of backpedaling from that. But in doing that, he does bad things.”
Lucifer returns from its holiday break on Monday, Jan. 16, though for just three episodes (and then resuming its season on May 1). DeKay first airs Jan. 23. [x]