I’ve been given the go-ahead to run Intelligence - the way I want to run it. No interference. This is our unit now. You do things my way, our way, you’ll unclip your badge at night knowing you did right. The police standing next to you are your family. And to me, there’s nothing more important.
SHUFFLE SYNOPSIS CHALLENGE cast: requested by Fefy (sort of)- Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey. *guest appearances by* David Tennant, Billie PIper, John Barrowman, and more. genre: sci fi, romance. song: Anything For You by Ludo
My ancestors planted some sequoias by a road I’ve driven down that road since I was born Oh, never have you ever seen so many perfect evergreens But I would chop them all down just for you
I have walked a million miles in a hundred pairs of shoes In search of some universal truth Well a deity just came to me and handed me a scroll to read And I will gladly pass it on to you.
Anything for you All of this is true But the best story that I could ever tell Is the one where I am growing old with you.
synopsis: In the world of Doctor Who, in an alternate universe, it’s the Commander (Dempsey) who is forced to end the time war, becoming the very last Time Lord*. As he runs from the burning Gallifrey, he helps save Los Angeles from an invasion by the Autons, living plastic automatons animated by the Nestene Consciousness. He does this with the help of the beautiful, intelligent Dr. Jane Gray (Pompeo) whom he subsequently invites to be a companion in his travels.
They journey through time and space in his TARDIS, saving planets and seeing the universe. Will the beauty of the universe pull them together? Or will the Commander’s reluctance to love such a fragile human push them apart?
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*Time Lords are an ancient alien race from the planet Gallifrey who travel through time and space in a time machine called a TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimensions in Space). As a way of cheating death they have a way of regenerating by changing every cell in their body to become essentially a new person*
Once out in the street, Narcissa motioned for the Avox to hold the parasol a tad lower so it completely shielded the sun from her eyes. She ran a gloved hand down the skirt of her dress with to smooth out any wrinkles before turning back to the store owner to bid him goodbye. Cradled in her chest was a small book of designs for textile prints she and her personal stylist hand selected for Narcissa’s summer wardrobe. It was better to get one of a kind fabrics from the production source than to wait until they were released to any old Capitol boutique–she has to set the trend, not follow it, after all. While it wasn’t necessary for Narcissa to travel all the way to District 8 to order her textiles, she had experienced enough mishaps with the color and the design of her clothes to know that she has to see and test the fabric against her complexion before she sent it off to be made into a work of art.
She looked down to watch her step–some of the Districts were known to be more filthy, she had learned–and started walking, her Avox following close behind. Next on her day’s schedule was to look for the particular silk embroidery thread her mother liked, a gift Narcissa always got for Druella since she had first discovered the brightly dyed thread complemented any of her mother’s projects. As she made her way down the street, Narcissa could feel the all-too familiar stares of District 8’s inhabitants bore on her, probably noting the peculiar Capitol dweller in her light silk dress and heeled shoes strolling along as if nothing about the place disturbed her.
It’s not as if Narcissa wasn’t bothered, she just was more or less used to hiding her disgust for the outer Districts. She keeps her chin high and her wand concealed on her person each time, the look on her face cold and even challenging to have someone dare come up to her and speak to her like an equal.
SHUFFLE SYNOPSIS CHALLENGE cast: requested by Fefy- Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey. *added cast* Kate Walsh, John Barrowman, and others. genre: drama, mystery, romance. song: Dark Blue by Jack’s Mannequin
This flood (this flood) is slowly rising up swallowing the ground Beneath my feet, Tell me how anybody thinks under this condition so I’ll swim (I’ll swim) as the water rises up, the sun is sinking down And now all I can see are the planets in a row Suggesting it’s best that I slow down
synopsis: Elizabeth Avery (Pompeo) is a senior partner at the most high-power law firm in New York City. By day she is the immaculately put together face of the firm, the perfect employee. The second the clock strikes six thirty, she becomes the fun and music loving wife of Jack Avery (Dempsey), the front man of the band, Dark Blue. The band blossomed not eight years before when their album “Perfect Shade” topped the charts. Elizabeth went to as many concerts as possible happy to stand back stage and listen to her husband perform with his unfailing passion. He was her soulmate and she was his.
At the conclusion of the band’s sixth world tour the band and their crew disappear off the face of the earth. Distraught, Elizabeth does everything she can to help the FBI find her beloved. Daily, fans line up outside the building of their penthouse apartment, praying for Dark Blue’s safety. Elizabeth begins to fall apart completely when three months later, she notices the disappearance slipping from the mind of the authorities, leaving her with no answers. Unable to accept that her husband is gone, she begins investigating herself. Hers and Dylan’s family urges her to accept what happened and leave it to preserve her sanity. She beings getting irritable and casting people out of her life. Her best friend, Leah Roberts-Rae (Walsh), the wife of Dark Blue’s drummer, Michael Rae (Barrowman), is just as determined to find answers and is the sole person to stand alongside Elizabeth as she quests for answers. Will tearing their worlds apart be enough to find the answers they are looking for? Will it be enough to bring their husbands back?
Quando você perceber o quanto eu me importei com você, vai ser tarde demais. Não adianta voltar mais atrás, passado é passado e eu não sou museu pra ficar voltando numa coisa que não me pertence mais. (p-d)