It has never been like that, ever! I need you to see that. I’m begging you. […]  Come on. Let it go, okay? Let it go, brother.

  • Lance:So what's the plan? We go in there and just, pow pow pow? Free the prisoners?
  • Kieth:What was that noise?
  • Lance:Laser guns.
  • Hunk:No Lance, I think you mean peow peow peow *mechanical moving sounds* poom
  • Lance:That sounds like fireworks.
  • Pidge:Technically they're more like pechew pechew pechew!
  • Shiro:Okay, enough with the bad sound effects. Besides, it's more like blam blam blam!
  • Kieth:What?
  • Pidge:You're crazy!
  • Lance:No way!
  • Hunk:N— Wrong!

in some ways i guess u could say it’s kind of odd to show gwen & camelot in the final scene set that is set in arthurian times instead of showing arthur/merlin but tbh that scene is so powerful?? i mean firstly gwen deserves that send off, but also it shows how camelot has to be now it’s all over. it marks the end of the age properly. eras don’t end with the final scene of how it used to be, but how the new one starts? if there was no proof of a new era, the last era doesn’t feel like it’s ended. so like marking the end of the era by showing the start of the next is this perfect blend of heartbreak and hope and power and wow!! i love it bye


Michael Eklund as Intense Man in: Three Days in Havana (2013)