finally got a new theme and i hate it

The Last 9 Minutes of Once Upon a Time (BY NO MEANS IS THIS SPOILER FREE. RUN NOW IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED IT.)

One last Snow speech about hope. My reaction: In John Mulaney’s voice “Wait a second, darkened street late at night, no one else around, season finale….we’re about to find a dead body!”

And then…nothing? Alright.

The very Nightmare Before Christmas-esque room of many doors to many lands…does this feel like a series finale to anyone else?

Arendelle, Neverland, Wonderland, Agrabah, the Enchanted Forest…WHERE IS EVERYBODY!?

TINY BOOTS. TINY GREEN BOOTS. A FARM. A DOG. HENRY’S TWO MOMS SAYING GOODBYE AT THE BUS STOP. WHERE HIS GIRLFRIEND IS WAITING. IT’S SO SWEETLY DOMESTIC MY TEETH HURT. IS THIS A SERIES FINALE?!

Mary Margaret back in the classroom where we first met her with her blue bird friend. Beautiful symmetry. FOR A SERIES FINALE THAT THIS IS NOT. EMMA AND HOOK IN HER YELLOW BUG. HE’S A SHERIFF. THEY FIGHT CRIME TOGETHER. HE PUTS THE SWIRLY LIGHT ON TOP OF HER SUPER NOT-INTIMIDATING YELLOW BEATLE. THIS. IS. A SERIES. FINALE. WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE. HAVE THEY LIED TO US?! IS IT OVER?!

THE DWARVES. THE QUEEN. ALL HAIL REGINA MILLS. QUEEN OF ALL THE THINGS.

THE MAYBE-NOT-SO-EVIL QUEEN. THE ARROW. THE RING. A NEW ADVENTURE. PLEASE LET THIS BE A SERIES FINALE. IT CAN’T GET MORE PERFECT.

*BEAUTY AND THE BEAST THEME BEGINS* IT. GOT. MORE. PERFECT.

Dinner at Granny’s. The whole family. David got it wrong all those years ago. This dinner does. Not. Suck. This has to be a series finale. I won’t accept anything else.

Guys, if you were going for subtle with that last shot bearing a rather striking resemblance to The Last Supper then…I hate to tell you…but you missed it by a fucking mile. Perfect series finale shot for a pair of not subtle showrunners.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT’S NOT OVER. WHAT’S HAPPENING. WHAT IS THIS. WHO IS THIS KID. WHAT DO YOU MEAN “YEARS LATER”.

NO. NO. TELL ME THAT’S NOT–

“Hi. Are you Henry Mills?” “Yeah. Who are you?” “I’m Lucy. I’m your daughter.”

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

“I don’t have a daughter.” “Yeah, you do. Now come on. Your family needs you.”

Current/Future/Eternal feelings?

anonymous asked:

this is anonymous hate, I hate you stup making videos

YES! Thank you! I’m a real youtuber now :)

For the people who have no idea what is going on: I made a video talking about my new Tumblr theme (I have a new Tumblr theme SURPRISE) and told everyone that they can now send me anonymous hate because “I wouldn’t be a real youtuber until I got anonymous hate” 

Also I turned on my asks (finally) so that’s a thing you can use now if you want 

Brother’s Keeper

Alright. So, since I liked the episode far less than expected, I’m doing this s-cornelius&co. style - listing the good and the bad, extended version. I figure that this way, I’ll be able get a clearer look at what I actually liked because I hate these feelings of negativity and I want to be as positive as I can even in the face of what I think was Carver slipping. If you’ve already read some of my posts I might repeat myself somewhere but at least this way I’ll have it all in a single post.

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claudia-donovan-clone  asked:

You're just as big a fan of Warehouse 13 as the rest of us, aren't you? Ahaha!

Well, I’m a fan of Warehouse 13; I’m not a fanboy, if that makes sense.

Actually, when I first stepped onto the set of Defiance, I’d never seen anything that any of the cast had been in, outside of Stephanie Leonidas on MirrorMask (which I loved), and Graham Greene on Dances with Wolves.* Since Warehouse 13 was on Syfy and streaming and had Jaime Murray, I thought I’d give that a watch so that I could actually speak knowledgeably about something else the cast had been on, and also fill in some gaps in my knowledge of Syfy programming. This was during the mid-season hiatus of season 4, so when the second half of that season aired, I was all caught up.

I love the show, because at the outset, it doesn’t take itself as seriously as a show like Battlestar Galactica or Defiance or even Stargate. It can be really kooky, but it’s supposed to be, so that makes it fun. I think it’s also the general sense of fun that gives the serious moments of the show extra weight, like Pete’s struggles in “What Matters Most” from season 4. Since I basically just got into the show when I heard it was going to be canceled, I was disappointed, but I’m glad that (a) it’s had a good run, and (b) Syfy gave it a last half season to wrap up. I think in most other circumstances, the last episode of season 4 would have been the last episode.

Being familiar with the fandom before the show, though—especially as it applies to Jaime Murray—the following things surprised me when I started watching the show:

  • H. G. Wells is barely in the show. I kind of assumed with how much attention she gets in the Tumblr/Twitterverse that H. G. Wells would be a part of the main cast that was added late—basically what Steve is—rather than a continuously recurring and referred to guest character.
  • The H. G. Wells/Myka relationship is fairly well established. I know this may seem counterintuitive, given how much WH13 fans write about how their relationship isn’t canon, but given the nature of ships in fandom in general (I’m thinking of Jeff/Annie all the way back during season 1 of Community), I assumed the connection would be tenuous at best. Given how overt the references are, I think it’s solid enough to call it canon, even if we haven’t seen anything blatant. To me it’s something that should be in any general synopsis of the characters and the show.
  • I was surprised to see there was not only one male character on the show, but several—and that the lead was a male character! I mean, you’d think it’d get mentioned once, at least…
  • I was also surprised the show didn’t get higher ratings. I think if Warehouse 13 had come out when Stargate did, it would have done much better. People interact with live television differently now, though, and that has had a deleterious effect on all scripted shows (well, excluding Two and a Half Men, for some reason I really don’t want to hear).

Anyway, I’m really looking forward to the last season. It’s just six episodes, but that’s six more episodes than Twin Peaks got after its season 2 finale (though it did get a movie, didn’t it? 4.5 seasons and a movie, WH13 fans…?). And, love it or hate it, 4-6 seasons seems to be the regular lifespan of successful scripted shows, nowadays; 0.5-2 is, unfortunately, the norm. It’s going to suck that there won’t be new WH13 (or a WH13 theme park that has rides inside the warehouse based on the various artifacts used in the series and the plots of episodes), but we live in a strange time for television. 15 years from now, it’ll be completely different.

* Oh, and just a note, of course I’m not saying that serious shows are bad (I mean, I work on three such shows right now). It’s unfortunate, though, when serious shows do things that are unintentionally wacky and intend them seriously, like that silly martial arts scene in Star Trek: The Next Generation, or that silly martial arts scene in The Prisoner).