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I swear to god, if Magnus is the one to talk down Alec from the ledge during his whole “fear” thing, I will die. Because the fact that Magnus see’s a dark moment in his long life displayed right in front of him in a person he cares about? How powerful and heartbreaking that is. 

And then, Jace’s fear of losing the love of the people that took him in when he had nobody? Maryse and Robert. Having Maryse say that she should have killed him if she had known he had demon blood? Also, so heart breaking. He doesn’t deserve that.

Magnus’s fear, some people have speculated that it will be the reveal of his cat eyes and the fear of rejection like his mother had rejected him when he was a child and then killed herself because of who he was. I cannot even fathom having that much pain bottled up inside, and living so many many centuries to be able to remember such a horrible event.

I’m not sure what everyone else’s fear is, but I hope they’re all as powerful as these, but I don’t know if that’s saying much since…you know…the writers.

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ats I Will Remember You

Short opinion: Buffy and Angel break my fucking heart.

Long opinion: This is one of my favourite episodes in the entire Buffyverse, I mean honestly, as one of the biggest Bangel shippers on the face of the planet, how could I not love this episode? For one single, glorious episode we are allowed to witness Buffy and Angel as a content, happy, human couple, and the result is beautiful and heartbreaking and only underlines how much these two truly love and complete one another.

From a narrative point of view, this episode does little to move either show’s central plot along, as it is more a character-based episode, taking time out from the arcs in both shows to pay tribute to one of the longest-running pairings in the ‘Verse, which it does beautifully.

From their very first scene together, Buffy and Angel demonstrate their enduring bond. Buffy’s initial hurt at Angel coming to Sunnydale without telling her is completely understandable, and subtly foreshadows Angel’s decision at the end of the episode, showcasing how he is perhaps a little too comfortable with making decisions without Buffy’s input, even if he believes it’s for the best. The subsequent tension and repressed feelings which always surface when the two are around one another are at once heartbreaking and incredibly endearing, especially when Buffy lets her façade drop and pours her heart out, talking about how hard it’s been for her to move on from Angel.

Once Angel becomes human (which in itself is so funny and heartbreaking at once, I mean the food scene is hilarious but then there’s that moment when Angel sees his reflection and it’s just so poignant and sad), the way in which he and Buffy try to remain mature and rational is just so endearing and sweet and kind of sad, because they’re so used to darkness and heartbreak that something good actually happening is terrifying and exhilarating and so tempting, and as we see, they’re unable to stay unemotional for long. These are two people who never believed they could ever be together finally being given the opportunity they never thought they would have.

And it’s beautiful. It’s gorgeous and light and sweet and everything any Bangel fan could have hoped for. The pure joy in the scenes where they are happy and in bed together is just amazing to watch. This episode, more than any other episode of BtVS or AtS, truly shows just how comfortable and happy and content and complete Buffy and Angel are with one another. They fit together so effortlessly. Which of course makes the following events so heartbreaking, for the characters and the audience.

Angel’s decision to turn back time is one of the biggest sources of discourse in the BtVS fandom, so now is an excellent time to throw in my two cents, and the bottom line is, even if Angel could and probably should have included Buffy in the decision, at the end of the day, it was his decision to make, given that it involved his life and his mortality. He decided to turn back the clock because the Oracles told him outright that Buffy would die if he remained human. At the end of the day, he couldn’t risk her life for his happiness, or the lives of others he could protect. But I also believe there was a deeper reason behind Angel’s decision.

Angel is a very self-loathing character, and I believe that part of him genuinely doesn’t believe that he deserves happiness or love, at least at this point in time in the series. The revelation that Buffy will die if he remains with her only compounds this belief, and so, he gives her up. Whether he’s right or not doesn’t change the way he feels.

Of course the most heartbreaking scene in the this episode (and one of the most heartbreaking scenes in the Buffyverse full stop) is the penultimate scene between Buffy and Angel, their tearful goodbye, Buffy’s assertion that she’ll never forget, and Angel’s heartbreaking knowledge that she won’t remember the day, because she never lived it. Even the most anti-Bangel fan would have to shed a tear during their final goodbye, and the episode is wrapped up in the most heart-wrenching way imaginable, with Buffy losing the day and Angel forced to remember the life he could have had. Definitely one of my favourite episodes, despite the way it crushes my heart.

I sit here alone and far from you, wondering if you think of me, if your thoughts still echo my name, if your fingers crave for my skin, if your heart asks you about me. I never knew how to be someone you miss, all I knew was your taste at 2 am and your voice at 10 am, all I knew was how your hands adored to dance on my body and how your eyes made my heart shine when you opened them into mine.
I am just a naive girl who fell in love with you, a boy who’s forgetting her as easy as breathing. A naive girl who spends the nights waiting for a call from you, a stupid girl who still listens to the songs we used to make love to. A girl who wants to get rid of all these feelings, who wants to turn the pain into the dust that lays on the shelf where also your “forever’’s and ’‘always’’s are.
The next time you call, I hope my mind won’t forget to remind me that you are a bad idea.
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never knew how to be someone you miss.

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AU where Mandy and Jenny put out any fire in the Haus before it can even be noticed by the Boys. 

Sometimes it’s not an easy job.

 It’s April 26th, why do you need to be setting off fireworks you hot mess of a human being? All the Haus sees is a broken window as a large firework blasts through the door.

And there was that one time where Ransom went a little crazy with the retail therapy and bought, like, 50 yankee candles from the girl going door to door fundraising. You don’t light them all at once boy, ffs. Mandy and Jenny are pleased when Jack pulls out the Sin Bin and makes him put in 20 bucks for the unholy mixing of scents which permeated every inch of the Haus. 


They get why the new kid likes the oven. It was really the first thing that helped him connect with his teammates in a way that didn’t terrify them. They saw the way he entered the house with his shoulders hunched up almost all the way to his ears, afraid that something could go wrong at any moment. Then he saw the kitchen, and decided that he would make it his. So yeah, Mandy and Jenny get it. 
But Good ol Betsy is a becoming something of a hazard. Mandy and Jenny had to snuff out a flame that would have burned the whole house down in no time. Bitty would only see a burned dish waiting for him when he returned. 

After a night of arguing, Mandy and Jenny agreed that it would be best that Betsy be put to rest. The oven doesn’t turn on after then no matter how hard Dex tries. 

Summers were quiet. Everyone was out and Mandy and Jenny could just relax for three whole months without too much responsibility. Really, they’ve done their best to try to give these boys common sense. They’ve added several shows about fires onto Jacks list of “to watch” documentaries, which should be noted is hand written and very meticulous. After he watched them, Jack made the Haus do one fire drill. One. Jack woke them up at 3am and had made them practice evacuating three different times. Because “No Bittle you do not need to your recipe book with you it’s a drill”
“You said that you have to practice like it’s the real deal, Jack. I’m not letting moomaw’s secrets go like that”. 

And the danger of fire has been a lot less since Jack got that fancy new Betsy 2.0. That thing works so nicely. 

So yeah, summer. Not much to worry about that they haven’t seen before. The Haus is quiet, and then it’s a little less quiet as Bittle enters the Haus, changes out of his suit and into his comfy clothes and enters Chowder’s new room to finish up some laundry. He doesn’t make it very far before Mandy and Jenny realize that he is not Ok. 

His face is all blotched and he’s sniffling. Mandy and Jenny don’t really know how to cheer him up. Fixing heartbreak is hard to do non-corporeally. So they look at his phone and queue up the song that he’s always singing in the shower. Maybe that will help him just cry it out. 

The song comes on and he immediately blasts it to where that’s the only thing he can hear around him. There’s nothing that Mandy and Jenny can do to get Bittle to notice when Jack bursts up the stairs and shouts his name into his room. All they want to do is scream “he’s over here!” at Jack, who is looking into Bitty’s room like he’s already making a sad mixtape titled “Love Lost” in his head. 

Then there’s a sniffle from Bitty, and Jack turns around. And he kisses him. And kisses him again. And again. 

For the first time in 22 years, Mandy and Jenny don’t have to worry about the sparks flying in the Haus.