My Struggle 3 Synopsis (CC please steal this)

Fade in on the bridge with Scully bathed in white light. Mulder calls to her from the car, but she doesn’t move. She’s frozen. Agent Miller grabs her arm: Agent Scully? No response. Suddenly, the white light turns green (call back to Sveta’s death in My Struggle). Mulder drags himself out of the car, only to lean back on the door jamb. It’s clear he’s desperate to get to Scully, but he’s too weak. Agent Miller moves behind Scully and pulls her out of the light. She snaps out of her trance as Mulder urges her to run. Ignoring him, she goes to his side, wraps an arm around his waist and pulls him off the car. Mulder tries to protest, he wants her to leave him, but Scully yells to Miller to help her. Miller rushes to Mulder’s other side and the three stumble-run away from the car. The people around are all frozen with their eyes on the ship and when our trio makes it halfway-ish to land BOOM- the ship blows a hole through the middle of the bridge (poor Miller’s car).

Run Titles: The X-Files is a show, with music by mark snow.

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can we talk about this for a moment though?

Viktor promised Yuri he’d choreograph the best senior division debut for him, and right when that moment rolled around, he ditched him and left the country without warning to go coach another skater, who would be Yuri’s rival in the senior division. And then he has them face off and when Yuri watches his performance and realizes Yuuri will win, he leaves without a word, knowing full well Viktor will choose Yuuri over him, despite the promise he made.

I know that Viktor isn’t very good at remembering promises, but that’s no excuse for what he’s doing to this 15 year old kid, who clearly had to go through a lot to pursue his dream of becoming a figure skater (the flashback showed that his mother wouldn’t be there for whatever reasons, illness, or disapproval, we don’t know yet), whose grandpa is his “agape”, meaning that he loved/loves him more than anything in the world, but when he’s skating, he loves that even more than his grandfather. To promise a child something that means so much to them, and failing to keep your word… I can’t describe how disappointed I am in Viktor right now. I love Yuuri and I want him to succeed too, I love Viktuuri and watching their relationship develop, but let’s not forget what is ethically correct, and Viktor was wrong on every level to build Yuri’s dreams so high and then bring them crashing down, through no fault of his own. Yuri is still an exemplary skater, who works hard and believes in himself and acts very mature for his age and by no means needs Viktor to reach great heights at the senior level, but that doesn’t give Viktor any right to pick Yuuri over Yuri right when the Russian wanted his help the most and worked so hard to get Viktor’s approval (IIRC, Viktor said he wouldn’t help unless he won the Junior Grand Prix, which he then did). It’s amazing how well and maturely Yuri handled this, too. He could have confronted Viktor or guilt tripped him, and he wouldn’t technically be wrong to do either, but instead he just packs his bags and decides to return to his former coach without causing any trouble for anyone. I get how he (Viktor) feels watching Yuuri skate, and he clearly feels for him beyond the rink as well, but at least he could coach them side by side, or just design a program for Yuri, and then focus solely on Yuuri?

Viktor, I do love you, but you are a dick for what you’re doing to that helpless, innocent soul.

macosten  asked:

102? :3 (this is gonna be good)

102: Drank alcohol?

I’m not a big fan of alcoholic drinks, but I do drink if I’m hanging out with friends, since I don’t mind it that much.

Actually, one of the first times I drank alcohol was because my friends had organized a “let’s see who can finish these bottles faster” competition.

And I actually won.