Angel—he should’ve warned me. He makes a good show of forgetting, but it’s here, in me, all the time. The spark. I wanted to give you what you deserve, and I got it. They put the spark in me, and now all it does is burn.
Buffy, shame on you. Why does a man do what he mustn’t? For her. To be hers. To be the kind of man who would nev— to be a kind of man. She shall look on him with forgiveness, and everybody will forgive and love. He will be loved. So everything’s okay, right? Can—can we rest now? Buffy…can we rest?
Does anyone else gets unreasonably excited and emotional while reading Kvothe’s admission to the University part in notw? I’m just. Laughing and choking with relief that he got in and it’s AT LEAST the 10th time I’ve read that part.
Oh, there are so many things I adore about season 1
Anytime Kara got to talk about Krypton and express her anger/grief
Anytime she got to act as Kara Zor-El and use her knowledge of Krypton/other alien cultures. When she would identify aliens because she’s seen them before, would interact with Kel-Ex, talk about the different planets she’s been to. I just love whenever she got to be an alien
The Danvers sisters being the heart of the show
Kara getting treated like the protagonist of the show
L U C Y L A N E
Aunt Astra. She was a great character and the scene where she acknowledges Kara as the true heir to the House of El has got to be one of my favorite scenes ever
I appreciated the mentor/mentee relationship Kara had with Cat
There was more Susan Vasquez
Pretty much the focus season 1 had on female relationships in general was very special
J’onn J’onzz. I know he’s still there in season 2 but I just really love J’onn and the space family dynamic he has with Kara and Alex.
The episode “For The Girl Who Has Everything”. What an incredible episode. I’m so happy we got to see a glimpse into Kara’s life on Krypton and I love seeing Kara’s parents, especially Alura. And seeing Kal-El younger, as he was supposed to be, is really something. And furthermore, Alex got to see Krypton.
The Red Kryptonite episode. OMG. What a perfect insight into Kara. She’s only a sunshine puppy because that’s what she wants others to think. She’s optimistic by choice. She’s not naive. She knows how powerful she is. She knows how beautiful she is. She has so many sides to her and this episode really got to delve into her very well hidden (but still there) dark side. Kara Zor-El is a full, complex individual who sometimes gets so tired with her disguises as Kara Danvers and as Supergirl because neither are truly who she is. It was just a spectacular episode.