this scene destroys me too. Thorin? wants Bilbo?? to rule? Erebor? with him??? taken out of context, Thorin saying, “this gold is ours,” could mean “everyone here, including the rest of the company.” but that’s not what Thorin means, because the whole point of the conversation, the reason he pulled Bilbo aside to talk to him in private, is that he doesn’t trust the other dwarves. he’s not talking about them when he says “ours” (repeatedly), he’s talking about himself and Bilbo. “ours and ours alone,” like, could he be more obvious. he’s in love with Bilbo Baggins and, in his sickness, he wants them to own all of this treasure and hoard it together and rule the mountain, together. just the two of them, alone.