Cole Sprouse took the character Jughead and turned him into something completely different than any other actor would. Every dark expression, small smile, even soft touches with Betty, all of that is Cole. He may have a script, but HE is the one who really created Jughead to be as lovable and wonderful as he is. The depth we get from his character is intensified by how Cole interprets him. Jughead may have already been a lovable outcast, but it was Cole who brought him to life, Cole who made him magical and soft.
⭐ Happy 9th Anniversary to the brightest stars in the sky ⭐
Five incredibly talented men that I will never regret supporting. Five gems made to last together, against all odds and limits. The sheer passion, talent and drive they have as performers to give everything their all will never cease to inspire me. Here’s to many more years of unique stages and music with the colour only SHINee can bring to the table!! They deserve the world.
“According to Deadline, the network is moving forward with a spin-off that focuses on the character of Jody Mills, played by Kim Rhodes. The series will be called Wayward Sisters, and it will focus on a band of woman - led by Mills - who work together to fight monsters and supernatural beings.
The report states that an episode of Supernatural’s 13th season will act as the pilot for Wayward Sisters, and the show will head solo after that.
Here’s the synopsis for Wayward Sisters, as released with Deadline’s initial report:
The project tells the story of Sheriff Jody Mills (Rhodes) and a group of troubled young women, all of them orphaned by supernatural tragedy. Under Mills’ training and protection, these women will emerge as a supreme monster-fighting force. Unlike the original series, which centers on a biological brothers, Wayward Sisters is about a sisterhood of girls in a foster family.
“ ~ Comicbook.com
I’d also just like to take a moment to appreciate the extra bonus risk Benvolio takes in going to Rosaline’s balcony to talk to her. Because on top of all the other shit; the proclamation of his impending death; the entire city hunting him down; his being completely betrayed by the person he thought for sure he can trust;
On top of all that, if any of Rosaline’s family members caught him outside on their grounds, much less whisper-shouting up at the new heir of their house, they would have killed him on the spot. No chance to prove his innocence; no time to explain, or bargain, or beg, he would have been run through faster than you can say “Hamlet”.
But he still goes. He still goes, and he still risks this on top of everything else he’s already risking, everything else he’s already lost, to ask a woman who by all accounts despises him to run away from her home and her family because she is all he has and he can’t bear to lose the strange, hesitant bond he’s beginning to feel for her too.
I am awfully sentimental. Of books, belongings, people, places. It matters very little how positive or negative the experience was. If it shared some meaningful time in my life, I’ll have trouble letting go.
could have said no. Many of the teams looking for a goalie at the trade deadline were likely contenders. There’s almost no question any team he would have been traded to is projected to be more competitive over the next two years than the Vegas Golden Knights.
And he chose to stay.
Flower gave up playing the rest of his career with a contending team for one last run with the Penguins. There was no guarantee he’d get to play in the playoffs at all. Even so, he chose to stay with his friends for as long as possible.
10 Signs you have/had toxic parents/been abused/childhood trauma
-you’re passive aggressive towards yourself
-“it’s my fault, I didn’t do it but it has be my fault somehow.”
-self-harm because you deserve it.
-if my parents hate me, I shall hate myself as well.
- I’m not being abused, I’m just trying to make myself believe that I’m not a nuisance to my parents.
- I shouldn’t bother my parents/abusers with my feelings.
-if I deserved love and affection, I should’ve got it a long time ago.
- If I’m not good enough to them, I’ll never be good enough to anyone.
- they’re always right, I’m the one who’s wrong.
-“we’re the best parents, but you don’t deserve how kind and compassionate we are”