1. Favorite male character, 3. Favorite actor, 12. Favorite angel, 18. Top 5 characters, 20. Top 5 angels, 28. Character death that I’m not over yet, 30. Character I have a crush on, 31. Actor I have a crush on, 33. Favorite moment, 34. Funniest moment, 46. Character I wish I could bring back, 67. 5 things I love most about Gabriel. //There's no theme in this. Nope. What theme? Whaaaat.... - not-meg anon
*rubs hands together* It’s Dick time.
1. Favorite male character
3. Favorite actor
12. Favorite angel
18. Top 5 characters
20. Top 5 angels
The one that pretended to be Loki
The one they thought was a trickster
28. Character death that I’m not over yet
30. Character I have a crush on
31. Actor I have a crush on .
33. Favorite moment
I wanna see more of them. I have a feeling Gabriel loves Cas a lot.
34. Funniest moment
My brother and I act this one to a T lol
46. Character I wish I could bring back
SAY IT WITH ME.
67. 5 things I love most about Gabriel.
It’s Richard Speight.
He pretends to not care, but he actually cares A LOT. Like, he knew Sam wasn’t going to make it without Dean, and tried to show him life without his brother. He would get rid of assholes, because they deserved it. He cared for humanity enough to go against his own brother. HIS OWN BROTHER.
He loves his family too damnmuch.
He cares for humanity, and believes in them. He gave Sam and Dean the key to the cage, because he knew they could make it. He had faith in them.
Dollhouse. Dollhouse is so damn good and so many actors do such amazing work on it but nobody seems to ever talk about it.
Dichen Lachman gives a ton of flawless performances (I say a ton because she basically plays several parts)
As does Enver Gjokaj.
Amy Acker, who is amazing in everything I’ve ever seen her in, has what is perhaps my favorite role of hers here.
Fran Kranz became one of my favorite male actors with this show and Cabin In the Woods. He plays a “sociopath in a sweater vest” and oh does he ever do it well.
Olivia Williams plays the head of the LA Dollhouse, and is she EVER a force to be reckoned with.
You may have noticed that I haven’t talked about Eliza Dushku, the lead. Now I LOVE Eliza Dushku. I’m more than a little bit obsessed with Faith Lehane. But she is not the high point of this show. If only because the other actors are SO DAMN GOOD.
Things you should know before getting into this show:
It starts slowly. FOX wanted them to make the first several episodes pilots, so you go over the same things over and over. By the time you get to episode 6 things really start moving.
For the second season, they knew they were going to be cancelled, so they shoved several seasons of material into one. The result is a wild, wild ride.
I’d put a trigger warning for rape on the whole show.
“There isn’t any great mystery about me. What I do is glamorous and has an awful lot of white-hot attention placed on it. But the actual work requires the same discipline and passion as any job you love doing, be it as a very good pipe fitter or a highly creative artist.”
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12. We were pretending to be lovers but I’m not pretending anymore and I have to know if you feel the same way.
Arthur knew Alfred liked to give 110 percent in everything he did. He knew that the American considered himself somewhat of a “method” actor. Arthur also knew that Alfred never gave up on anything.
But Arthur hadn’t thought Alfred would continue their façade during the cast party. Arthut had expected the cast party to be fun. He would get as drunk as possible, celebrate with his friends on the completion of the movie, and continue to drink in honor of the millions of dollars he would be making.
So how did it end up that he was standing in the middle of the gorgeous penthouse apartment, completely sober, with Alfred’s arm wrapped around his shoulders?