I just want this dinner party to go well. There are very few things I’ve asked for in this world: to build a new nation from scratch, to eventually become president, and to one day solve a murder on a train. I think it’s fair to add this to the list.
The WestAllen family moment at the end was so cute and natural and amazing I loved it. And I can’t even begin to say how happy the way they’re playing this relationship makes me, because it definitely feels like that bestfriend rapport is still there and it’s gold.
Where 2016 has been a shitty year for real life recent events and all that, there have been some amazing K-pop releases, and long awaited comebacks like 100%, SPICA, NU'EST and Ladies’ Code, to name a few. A lot of people say that K-pop’s gone down since the ‘golden age’ of it, but I think it gets better every year. You just have to give other groups a chance, that’s all!