- Beth called y o u that night, not Cosima, nor Alison.
What is it you’re not telling me? Just say it.
- I’ve never said it.
- You were in love with her.
- She was my partner and we were never gonna be together, but it happened.
does anyone listen to ‘drive’ by the cars and think of all the teen/brat pack movies of the ‘80s?
it just reminds me of duckie standing at the top of those stairs in his sunglasses and prom suit waiting for the lonely andie; it makes me think of andrew seeing the made-over allison when she steps out from the room and claire when she presses that diamond earring into bender’s palm; it makes me think of poor jules curled up on the floor of her bare apartment, with the st. elmo’s crew crowded at her window while billy bursts through the door to make sure she’s safe; it reminds me of keith yelling watt’s name down the street before sweeping her into his arms after she thought he didn’t want her; it makes me think of marty as his life source begins to fade, strumming desperately on that guitar watching as george finally steps up and takes lorraine into his arms for another dance and a long-awaited kiss; it reminds me of dallas winston tumbling to the ground as the cops shoot him down, the greasers running after him, begging for ceasefire; it makes me think of lloyd holding that boom box outside diane’s window and jake ryan waiting outside the church for sam and whispering “yeah you” as she asks in pure bewilderment if he really is waiting for her.
the music and movies of the ‘80s really were wonderful.
You know, 4Kids made a real great call in marketing Yugioh to young kids. I mean, there are so many kids shows where the protagonist commits genocide, I can’t even count them all. Like, have you seen the look Elmo gets in his eye? I don’t trust him. He is planning something.