I just want Pidge to accidentally reveal a bunch of secrets while explaining her thought process. Like the paladins are chatting and somehow they get on the topic of “what if Allura was pregnant” (idk it’s an example don’t ask) and Pidge is like “Well if Allura was pregnant then obviously Shiro would be the father.” And Shiro’s just like “???wtf???” Of course the others agree because everyone ships Shallura but Pidge is like “No no no, hear me out. It just makes sense. Shiro is the only eligible bachelor on this ship.” Cue Lance going all “dude wtf there’s ME and at least two other guys on this ship" And Pidge proceeds to explain. “Well, Coran is ruled out because he clearly doesn’t like Allura like that. He’s way older than her, and he was her father’s advisor. It would just be weird. Hunk’s got that long-distance thing with Shay (Hunk: wtf Pidge!!! How do you know about that??? When did I tell you that???), and he’s too loyal to cheat, so he’s out. Lance pretends that he likes Allura, but his crush on Keith is too big. (Lance: holy shit Pidge how do you know about that?!?!?!) And of course, Keith is gay and pining for Lance, so he’s definitely out. (Keith: oh my fucking god I should have expected this) So that leaves you, Shiro. You’re around the same age, biologically, as Allura. And everyone knows you’ve got a thing for the princess.”
Everyone is staring at everyone, and Keith and Lance (who are sitting beside each other of course) can’t decide whether to jump up and run away from each other or make out on the floor. Shiro says “Pidge how do you know all that???” And Pidge is confused because they told her this themselves, because everyone rants to Pidge when they think she’s too engrossed in her work to listen.
How do you feel about Lola, Frankie and Shay's friendship? At the beginning I thought their friendship was great, now after watching season 3, I feel like they're not really as supportive of each other like they use to be and they also seem to get quite annoyed with one another. Honestly I can't see them being friends until they graduate.