the umbrella threw merle across the room as soon as he touched it but it let taako pick it up… didn’t let magnus use it….it cast scorching ray at kravitz on their date….she only felt safe w taako and wanted to protect him…im in tears

anonymous asked:

Do you think Rey's arc is "complete"? I read that a lot that by finding Luke there's no more for her to do and that's why he shouldn't be her dad (I'm reysky all the way btw). But that if he is then she has defeated Kylo, got off Jakku, knows she has the force and found her family so Rey doesn't have any more story to have?

She hasn’t defeated Kylo, though. He and the First Order are still very much at large. Plus, if she is to train to be a Jedi (which…of course she will), then her arc in that regard has just begun.

The idea that ReySky leaves nothing left for Rey to do is so unimaginative. She’s been waiting for her family her whole life, and suddenly, here’s her father, the mythical Jedi Master who she thought only existed in stories. Here’s her cousin, the evil fascist who tortured her, injured Finn, and murdered his own father. How is she going to react? How will she feel towards Kylo? How will she interact with Luke with the knowledge that she was alone on Jakku all those years (regardless of whether or not Luke was the one to leave her there)? How will all this craziness settle with the loving hopes Rey had about her family? Considering a big part of Rey’s arc in TLJ will focus on “the deepening of familial themes,” I can’t imagine why someone would claim there isn’t anything to explore in ReySky. That’s just a bold-faced lie.

Favorite Leverage moments from rewatch 1,867 (or something like that) end of season 2:

-Eliot “I don’t do that anymore” Spencer being willing to kill the fake psychic who made Parker cry.

-Eliot trying so hard not to smile while Hardison does his over-the-top cop routine with the officer at Bonnano’s house.

-Tara laughing at Eliot and Hardison doing their special handshake over Eliot getting a sandwich named after him.  She’s always exasperated with Nate, but she kind of loves the rest of the team.


- Super Defensive Nate softening instantly when an upset Parker tells him to “Be Nathan Ford!”

someone on the TAZ tag wanted to see Taako cooking with his aunt, so here it is

Young Taako and his aunt whom I called Jeremiah in my head though I don’t know why


Mr. and Mrs. Andrzejewski show up for Matteusz’ parents evening. Miss Quill does not like that. At all.


“Next!” Miss Quill barked, not looking up from her tablet. She’d already had to talk to over fifty different humans, and if she had been wearing thin at the start, she was a hair’s breadth away from completely snapping. Parent’s evening – what parent truly cares about their offspring enough to attend parents evening? Miss Quill had unfortunately had to do said job, and round up His Majesty’s quarterly reports from each of his teachers-

“Are you Matteusz’s physics teacher?”

Miss Quill’s finger, half-way through swiping to her next meme, hovered in mid-air. Slowly, her head lifted, and she was greeted with two plebeian humans, standing strongly in front of her.

“Yes.” She said flatly, in response causing the humans to sit. A silence passed, atmosphere slowly becoming tense. “…What are you doing here?”

“We are Matteusz’s parents,” the female said, as if Miss Quill were stupid. “We want to know how he is doing in advanced physics.”

“That’s none of your business,” Miss Quill immediately replied, “You have no jurisdiction over Matteusz.”

The man seemed about to explode, “Excuse me-”

“You’re excused, now leave,” Miss Quill stared them down, before noticing the piece of paper loosely folded in the female’s hand. She leant over, snatching it, ignoring their protests, raising her voice. “I’m the one with legal custody of your son, and by Rhodia, if you do not leave school grounds immediately, I will skin you for your audacity.” They were shocked into silence, giving Miss Quill the chance to look at the timetable. “I was first. Good.”

Standing, she picked up the pile of folders beside her and a chair, pulling it outside her door and setting the folders on top of it. Looking around at the waiting parents, she waved at it.

“Family emergency.” She looked into her classroom, where Matteusz’s parents still sat. “Get out of my classroom!” She bellowed, waiting for them to scurry out before shutting and locking her door, stalking off towards the main hall where all the other parent-teacher interviews, minus the science department, were being held.

She had several appointments to get to, it seemed.


Later, when Miss Quill returned to her home, she found Matteusz where he was curled up with His Majesty in front of the television. Turning their movie off, she put up with exactly three seconds of Charlie’s whining before cutting him off, speaking directly at Matteusz.

“I attended your parents evening. Get your English grade up or so help me, I will kick you out.”

Matteusz stared for a moment, blinking, before slowly replying. “You went to my…parents evening?”

Miss Quill rolled her eyes, “Yes, I did. I got some very odd looks, but I don’t care. When you moved into this house I took the liberty of forging your signature on guardianship documents. I won’t tolerate your biological progenitors showing up and doing my job. So I’ll say it again – get your English grade up. Quickly.”

Going over into the kitchen, she opened up the fridge, taking out a bar of chocolate and a bottle of champagne – which she desperately needed after all that human interaction – while simultaneously ignoring His Majesty’s pitiful questions about his own scholastic progress.

Matteusz was hers and those insipid humans would not be interfering in his business again if they valued their lives.

Maybe I should do something to make sure they get the message, she thought, before going upstairs, comfort food and alcohol in her grasp, ignoring the “Thank-you, Miss Quill!” from Matteusz as he called after her.

listen. listen. please take off your shipping goggles and understand: moana and maui are such a brother-sister pair it hurts

look at the scene where moana is waving the heart in maui’s face while he complains. look at her expressions. i am a little sister, i have an older brother, my entire family is full of siblings. moana is totally being the obnoxious little sister. it is adorable. maui picking on her climbing up to lalotai’s entrance. maui giving her the proud look watching her as they approach te fiti. the banter. “congratulations on not being dead, curly”/“i got your back, chosen one” the looks each of them get when the other is getting on their nerves. 

i’m telling you. moana and maui are going to look around one day and realize that they’ve been siblings for months and didn’t even realize.


“You’re going to die tomorrow, Lord Bolton. Sleep well.”

ok but what if bones might have traveled to other planets before starfleet since he’s one of the best doctors, and spock might have visited earth several times with his family, but neither of them have actually experienced snow yet and of course jim’s gotta fix that

spock doesn’t like to wear gloves since he wants to feel the snow and bones just has to be bundled up (he loves snow but gets cold easily) and jim is just patting himself on the back because he’s def a++ boyfriend material (x)