Can we talk about the acting at the end of “UnmAsked”?
Because this scene blew me away, especially Shay Mitchell and Troian Bellisario.
You can feel the agony Emily is going through and you can feel
Spencer’s pain for her best friend. And I just feel like these two
don’t get enough credit for this. In the first picture it’s like Spencer
wants to lose it, but she can’t because she knows she has to keep Emily
from completely falling apart. Then the intimacy of their friendship in
the second and third pictures just breaks my heart. While Aria and Hanna can do
nothing but hold Emily and stare in shock, Spencer takes the comfort
role and Emily immediately leans into her.
You can literally see the exchange of Emily thinking, “I want to die”
and Spencer’s response of, “No. Not while I’m still around. I got you.”
Clutching the plastic lunch tray she navigated her way through the crowded cafeteria and back to the lunch table. The stress from the first four periods of her day slowly melted away as she spotted her group of friends across the cafeteria, sitting at the same table they had since the start of their freshman year.
A small smile tugged at the corner of her lips as Lydia waved over to her. Picking up her pace, Y/N maneuvered her way through the crowds of people who were too engaged with their conversations with one another to pay any sort of attention to the small girl.
These are the ones I don’t like. You’ve started with “I’ve”… These are the ones I don’t like! I’m dyslexic! “I’ve”… You know this about me! Why do you torture me? You can change “I’ve” if you want. It’s fine for you. You went to Cambridge. Four words… You probably did English. They all must begin with the same letter… I’m a dyslexic, arts, imbecile! And I got an M.A… I got an M.A. An honorary M.A.
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