no offense but why ship pricingham when you can ship arnaba??? the best and most pure ship to ever enter our lives. stop,, forcing every character with a slight friendship to be gay. i’m not saying this bc i’m mcpriceley trash, i’d be just as happy if you said “i don’t ship mcpriceley but i do ship arnaba.” like, just stop kicking nabalungi out of the equation it’s really exhausting and irritating. thnks.
Regina Mills Appreciation Week 2017 Day Six: Favorite Romantic Relationship - Swan Queen
Look I know you Emma, It took a long time but I really know you. I know that look, I know her. I know you Emma you fight when it matters you always do. My super power may not be perfect but with you Regina I always know when you’re lying. You can lie to your parents, you can lie to yourself.. but you can’t lie to me. I saved you, now save me. Emma? You saved me. Yeah well, you came to this crazy land to save me so it’s only fair right? But maybe I need you.
Excerpt from Jason Arnopp’s behind-the-scenes article from DWM #372
When DWM arrives on this chilly January morn, that lazybones David Tennant has already completed his one-and-only scheduled scene. The rest of today’s filming all features Rose Tyler.
Preparations are made for the scene in which Rose attacks Chloe’s bedroom door with a pickaxe. It’s Fear Her’s homage to Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1980 fright-fest The Shining.
“How many doors do we have?” asks Billie, naturally nervous about the prospect of messing up this scene. Two, comes the answer. “Oh, I reckon we’ll be done in two,” she breezes, suddenly more confident.
Billie takes the pickaxe and steels herself.
“Just enjoy it,” winks Nina Sosanya, playing Trish in this scene. “I’ll cover you!”
“Yeah,” grins Billie, “Then you can do a drop-roll!”
Billie’s first take earns applause. She’s even more accurate on take two.
“How exciting was that?” says Nina.
“Very!” laughs Billie. “I loved it. I’m not going to play it down: it was great!”