dr. tom

arrowmademedoit asked:

Hi! First of of all thank you for creating this blog dedicating to Captain Tom Chandler Dr. Rachel Scott. i ship them hard and they consume my life at the moment. My question is how do you think season 2 finale will end and how the ending will pave the way for season 3?

It’s my pleasure! My only regret is that I hadn’t done so already last year but now we’re in full swing and I really enjoy scouting the internet for all the Tom/Rachel tidbits. :D These two belong to a small group of OTPs that have a great impact on a shipper’s life and I think it’s safe to say that none of us minds. <3

Now, to your question: By now, we’ve learned that TNT will probably manages to completely surprise us in the finale. O_o The press release for the finale stated that the ship is calling out to civillans to meet them at ports to recieve the cure but some fractions of the Immunes are still out there, trying to foil that plan. My guess (and it’s a real wild one) is that it will turn out that the Ramseys weren’t the only one who lead the Immunes but there’s been another party who’s been pulling the major strings from behind the scenes. This group will raise its head in the finale and deliver a hard blow to our crew. In what matter, that is the real question here.

They could either go for Rachel or for Tom. These two are like the Queen and King in a chess game, and the new Big Bad knows that. Tom still needs that piece of metal removed and while I hope that operation will be not only be shown but will also give us the much-needed Tom/Rachel interaction we’ve all been craving, it could also be the one thing that sets everything in motion for S3. If Tom is still out because of the operation, the new Big Bad could make its move and kidnap Rachel. I know, we’ve had a similar scenario before BUT this time it’s literally her life that would be in danger because as soon as she’s cured the Big Bag, she could be killed and then the cure would be lost.

The whole thing would of course be even better if the Big Bad also kidnaps an unconcious Tom as well (as leverage, to get Rachel to work for them), so at least we would get the two of them together, and in the first few episodes of S3 they would have to try and escape - but that’s a bit more fanfiction-ish thinking probably. xD

I’ve said it before (in my personal journal) that at the time of filming the finale the show hadn’t been renewed, so in the end it could also be just an action-filled “The Last Stand of the Immunes”-like episode and no cliffhanger. But even if that’s the case, I won’t be disappointed as long as we get our Tom/Rachel talk. :)

:: someone get a defibrillator ::

Dr. Miller’s magnificent bedside manner is giving me a heart attack. (x)


eta: “’George is a wonderful human being with a big heart and incredible imagination. He dreamt up this world of Mad Max and threw us all in head first, and the great thing was knowing that he is a very good doctor, too. So as a stunt double performing dangerous stunts, knowing your director could be the first one on the scene and in a position to actually look after you was reassuring,’ he says, laughing.” ~ Jacob Tomuri in this lovely interview.

2

Erica: Thank you. For changing my life.

Dr. Tom: 
Thank you for changing mine. I’ve had many patients, Erica. But none who were as special to me as you.

Erica:  
Oh my God, I feel like if I started crying I may never stop. Like I just may cry forever. Do you have a quote for that?

Dr. Tom: 
“Everything that has a beginning, has an ending. Make your peace with that and all will be well”. The Buddha.

Erica: 
All will be well.

Dr. Tom: 
I’m proud of you, Erica.

Erica: 
I am so happy for you, Dr. Tom.

Dr. Tom: 
And now we say goodbye.

Erica: 
Goodbye, Dr. Tom.

Dr. Tom: 
Goodbye, Erica.

2

“You know that friend you have? The girl who seems to have it all figured out? She’s got the great job, the great guy, the great life…Well, I’m not that girl.

My name is Erica Strange. I’m 32, still working a dead end job, still sleeping with my cat. I know people wonder why the cute girl with the great education and the great friends can’t get it together. There’s a simple answer: bad decisions. I could teach a course on messing up your life. Really. I’m that good at getting everything wrong. The worst part is, I wasn’t always like this. I used to be a rising star but these days, I just feel like a flame out.”

1x01 Dr. Tom (Series Premiere)

“Everything that has a beginning, has an ending. Just as every ending creates space for something new to begin: the wonder of a second chance. the miracle of a new life, the joy of a new love.

My name’s Erica Strange and today is the end of one chapter and the beginning of the rest of my life.”

4x11 - Dr. Erica (Series Finale)


“Everything that has a beginning, has an ending. Make your peace with that and all will be well.” ~Buddha

From article on slashfilm.com:

There’s no trailer for Ben Wheatley‘s High-Rise, seemingly in part because there’s isn’t a firm release plan announced in the UK, and no US distributor. We’re waiting eagerly for news of the film’s theatrical release. In the meantime, however, we’ve got two new High-Rise images showing Jeremy Irons, Tom Hiddleston, and Elisabeth Moss as they appear in the film.

And while images of Hiddleston’s character that we’ve seen in the past (like the one above) made the guy look like his life is pretty together, this new shot shows him in a different place.

The film’s official twitter feed offered up these pics. The film will be at Fantastic Fest at the end of the month, and then hit the BFI London Film Fest in October, with an October 9 UK premiere date at the fest.

We’ll see High-Rise at Fantastic Fest, and that festival gives us this info on the movie.

Laing, a young doctor, joins a community in a luxury building in Thatcher’s England, who exile themselves from society and gradually divide into violent tribes.

1975. Two miles west of London, Dr. Robert Laing moves into his new apartment seeking soulless anonymity, only to find that the building’s residents have no intention of leaving him alone. Resigned to the complex social dynamics unfolding around him, Laing bites the bullet and becomes neighborly. As he struggles to establish his position, Laing’s good manners and sanity disintegrate along with the building. The lights go out and the lifts fail but the party goes on. People are the problem. Booze is the currency. Sex is the panacea.

The film is written by Amy Jump and directed by Ben Wheatley, based on the novel by J.G. Ballard. Clint Mansell provides the score, and Laurie Rose acted as cinematographer.

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