someone asked for this, so here it is (also sorry i’m supes lazy and this is way delayed)
First up, we’ve got Stephanie Rice, a classic preacher’s daughter from Texas (TBH I am SHOOK there were no “Son of a Preacher Man” jokes since Dusty Springfield was bi, but ok). She actually had a beautiful and kind of emotional backstory, but I don’t know how to internet, so I couldn’t find it. Even though Blake also turned, obvi she went #teamgwen. Her and her fiancee are both wearing cute, semi-matching hats, which, like, ok.
Next up, Sammie Zonana, also from Texas. I saw Sammie and was like I would bet she’s on our team, but there’s already a wlw. No way there can be another. Oh, how glad I was to be wrong. Sammie’s rockin a sweet vest (hint #1) and her adorable fiancee watches from backstage. BTW she’s also #teamgwen (which makes it 20% wlw, fun fact, and really makes it come full circle for all of the ladies like me who were wayyy too into that no doubt look)
Finally, we have Sheena Brooke, from my home state of Florida (wow where else have there ever been three Southern queers on one mainstream show) who may just have my fave voice of our trio. I must admit, I also got Vibes™
when I saw Sheena, but again, I was like 2 ladies already? No way we’re going to get spoiled with a third. And then she introduced her adorable wife… Thanks to Adam hitting his button, our Sapphic S³
Congrats, the Voice, on NBC, may be the gayest show on TV, or at least cable. Stay strong my southern sapphics, and best of luck in the battles to come. TBH I never expected to blog about the voice on my queer-fangirling blog (or however you categorize this mess) but here we are. Crazy world.
everyone has that one character in a show they watch where during every ep they’re usually just waiting for that specific character’s scenes to come on and enjoy everything about them from the way they talk to the way they walk and smile whenever that person comes onscreen. a scene without that character in it feels like it’s just missing something and in your eyes they’re the best thing about the show and you don’t want anything bad to happen to them ever
So Sherlock deduced that Faith is suicidal because she’s walking around with a cane, no coat on, a gun, and no plan to get home. Which we are then, on camera, explicitly told parallels ASIP John Watson.
So he comes up with a reason to have Faith by his side so he can help her through her danger night.
Which is not at all dissimilar to having John tag along to angelo’s, go on a chase, and spark a joy for life again.
Sherlock knew. When he summoned John across London on that fateful first night “just to send a text”, it wasn’t because he was being a prat, he was trying to save John’s life.