it looks like i only own these 4 seasons

A lot of people apparently think it’s a valid statement when they say that Stiles and Derek hated each other, and I wholeheartedly say, you’re wrong.

I’d like to call this my masterpost for proof that Stiles and Derek did, indeed, care for one another very much. I may not list all, but I will list the ones I find the most notable:

1. Stiles getting in Chris Argent’s face about Kate and what Kate did to Derek and his family. A lot of people look pass this scene, just a mere glance, but it truly caught my attention. I don’t think this has ever been addressed by Stiles before this scene, but in a part of Formality, Chris began questioning Stiles on what he had to do to tame Scott (trying to argue for why werewolves should be taken down) and Stiles brought up the Hale fire and immediately got upset and rather infuriated at what had happened. He knew what Kate did, knew what it did to Derek and it got to him. And that’s what got to me.

2. The iconic pool scene.

Firstly, Derek told Stiles to go protect himself, ready to fight by himself.

Now, of course, Stiles did not listen.

Secondly- wait, do I really need to explain why this scene is so important?

Stiles went back for Derek, who he claimed to hate, and saved him, kept him from drowning. (Totally screwed up his phone in the process but whateves.)

This is still one of the most notable Sterek scenes.

3. Derek saving Stiles from getting killed by Isaac.

4. Derek also protected Stiles from Peter in the hospital scene.

5. This scene.

What really got me about this one is that Stiles wasn’t that close to Boyd. He hardly even knew Boyd, but what he did know was how much Boyd meant to Derek.

What he knew was that Derek needed comfort, and he gave it in the slightest way.

It wasn’t much, just a hand on the shoulder, but he did it. He did it and this scene showed that he cared, that he was there for Derek.

6. Derek trusting Stiles over his own girlfriend.

Not to mention that later on in the episode, when Jennifer stated that she could be the only one to take them to Stiles’ dad, Derek went into full attack mode.

7. Derek being protective over Stiles, ready to chase after him because he knew what Stiles was going to do would be risky.

8. The elevator scene.

Reminder that this scene was an episode after the argument they had, on the same day and possibly an hour apart at most.

What really got me about this scene was the worry on Stiles’ face when he saw Derek laying there. He just stopped all together for a moment before moving in to help.

The evident panic in his voice as he kept on telling Derek to wake up just warmed my heart.

9. Derek was incredibly hesitant in taking Stiles down while the Nogistune had taken over him. He hardly even suggested it.

10. Stiles worrying about Derek in season 4, after he got taken. He even refused to leave without finding Derek.

11. Stiles hesitating to go save his own best friend because Derek was close to dying.

This one scene basically saved season 4. This one scene broadcasted just how much Stiles truly cares for Derek.

Guys, he hesitated to save his own best friend. Understand how major that is.

Stiles only left when Derek told him to go, demanded it, and even than he still wasn’t sure and looked back once more before going.

This scene was so significant, probably the most significant Sterek scene ever.

12. Everyone looking at Stiles before Derek left.

This may not seem like a big deal, but I take this as his friends understanding just how much Derek means to him. He had to watch Derek walk away and I feel like they got it, it just clicked.

13. Stiles smiling at Derek’s initials.

The fact that something as simple as Derek’s initials had Stiles stopping just to smile really means something.

And if that wasn’t enough to prove how much he missed Derek, remember the following episode when Scott brought Derek up?

Stiles’ pause and the look on his face and the look on Scott’s face like he knew something, knew that Derek meant more to Stiles than Stiles was saying.

14. Stiles is Derek’s anchor.

Anchor. Anchor.

This is important.

An anchor being someone you feel safe and secure around, someone who can pull you back, someone meaningful.

Stiles was that for Derek, and if that’s not enough to prove just how much Derek cares for and appreciates Stiles, I don’t know what is.

In conclusion, you can say whatever you want about Sterek but do not deny how important they were to each other. It’s ridiculous and not even an argument. In the beginning, they probably hated each other but now? You’re only playing yourself if you’re really trying to argue that they mean nothing to each other.

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I just discovered this today!

Just sign it. Bring back Danny Phantom.

Like seriously where is she? I want to see her return.

the three amigos.

the brother-sister relationship that got my brother and me to actually TRY and get along.

how about him? The guy who gave me nightmares for a week?! (I was nine, shush)

This is actually 100%  realistic. You are either a full blown cheesehead or you just don’t care about the GB Packers at all. Vlad, is a classic cheesehead. A cheesehead with villainous hobbies, but a cheesehead.

The look of sheer determination to do good, despite the fact that he’s only a teenager.

Bring it BACK!!

But do it right.

NOT like this!

Rather like this…

(yes I’m aware that this is my own post)

Bring it back for the original fans (phans) of the show, those of us who grew up with it and want it to return from whence it came.

Perhaps a Season 4?

as a Muslim in a Muslim country, i had absolutely no idea how hard it is to be a Muslim in other countries, how much it makes you feel like an outsider and how much it must truly suck to not only have strangers giving you weird looks because of your hijab/niqab but to also have the people around you dismissing your religion entirely. honestly skam teaches me so much and now i know how hard it is and i just wanna applaud every Muslim, Christian, Jewish, etc. who felt like outsiders in their own country simply because of their beliefs.

So some would probably call Ninjago just kids show, but might I remind you of some things that exist in Ninjago?

1. CANNIBALISM  

No matter how you look at it, Pythor ate his entire tribe (except the generals) inside that tomb. It gets even creepier when you realize that Pythor most likely became invisible before he ate his own kind. Imagine that, being eaten alive, never knowing who it was, and one by one Pythor ate them.

2. SLAVERY

In season 4 we find out that the those who lose in the tournament not only get their powers stolen, but has to work in an underground factory. Against their will. With no pay. And what happens if they try to leave/escape? THEY FEED THEM TO A GIANT MOTHER F********* SNAKE!!! Seriously, that actually happened. And there seems to be other people there too, meaning that Chen kidnapped some poor people to work in his factory against their will.

3. HELL AND PURGATORY

So yeah, hell exists in Ninjago, and with season 5 we also know that a cursed realm exist, witch pretty much sounds to me like purgatory or something else. It really poses the question if the Overlord created the underworld, and if not, who? The first Spinjitzu master? All I know is that I wouldn’t want to be in either of them, so Imagine how Garmadon feels:

Look at that terror in his eyes. He spent most of his life in hell, and now he is forced to spend eternity in a cursed realm? Poor bastard. At least he has company with Clouse and Chen, though I’m not sure if that’s better of worse…

Oh yeah, I almost forgot: Death actually exist as well, and I think most people in Ninjago would choose that rather than either becoming a skeleton in the underworld or a ghost that has the same Achilles heal as the wicked witch of the west, assuming that they ever got out of the cursed realm.

There is probably also a lot of other horrible things in Ninjago that I forgot to mention, so feel free to add all the horrible stuff from this “be-lovable kids show”  that you want.

The Librarians 2x08

Spoilers

1. First, to get this out of the way, I’m 99% sure Ezekiel remembers. Maybe he didn’t at first, but I think it would gradually come back to him. The only downside of this is the possible horrendous trauma.

2. The Casekiel was strong. So strong. And It struck me upon a second re-watch that the first time they die, Cassandra is basically torn from his grasp. And let’s not mention him fucking burning his hand when he sees how scared she actually is. And while I’m sure that the ‘you’ in “I can’t watch you die anymore.”(the first time around) was actually a plural ‘you’, the fact that Cassandra was singled out as the one he said it to just makes me want to die tbh (in a good way). 

And that bit when he tries to convince them on the last loop? With Stone and Eve it was about stories about people in their past, but with Cassandra, with her it was more intimate, because it wasn’t some memory, it was about her deepest thoughts and feeling about her condition and her love for math. And that’s just. Heartwarming. And no, I will not mention that utterly adorable cheek kiss. Nope, I will not.

3. Not only has Ezekiel proven himself by saving his friends (and oh look, he actually called them his friends), not only was he very adaptive and creative and an incredibly fast learner (I don’t think he went through each learning loop more than once) thus proving why the Library chose him as far as intellect is concerned, but, after who knows how many hundreds of loops, he never gave up, never broke down, he never lost hope and he saved his damn friends. And that is why he’s a fucking Librarian in his own right.

4. Alternate Ezekiel last season saying his Eve was like a mother to him was everything I could think of during that “I like the way you look at me when you tell it” scene. Look at this scene and tell me he doesn’t secretly see Eve as a mother figure. I dare you.

5. And last but not least, I swear to GOD, if I hear one more condescending quip from Jacob Stone regarding Ezekiel from now on, I will kill something. Just sayin’.

~

+1: Those scenes with Jenkins at the start and end of the episode? Not ominous at all. 

Who Is Alison DiLaurentis?

I think Alison is Alison. What I mean by that is.. when someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time (this goes for Ezra too). Alison is a manipulative and corrupt person, she has not changed.

It takes one to know one. “It’s a saying that means: one person’s traits are soon recognized by another person who shares those traits.”

Why is Toby so suspicious of Alison? Because he is just as shady. A snake knows a snake. (I have a synopsis on him too)

Why is Mona so suspicious of Alison? Because she has been in that position and knows what it looks like. Mona brought out the real Ali in season 5 (5 x 05), we saw it with our own eyes. 

This girl successfully manipulated and blackmailed an entire town. Alison only tells us what she wants us to know. She has probably been stirring up trouble long before she met the 4 other liars. We know NOTHING about her (i mean, we don’t really know much about anyone) but still. Do you really think she has no clue who A is? She knows what she’s done, and she knows what her family has done. 

Another thing, how could she be so far away but so close at the same time? Does this remind you of someone? *cough cough* A *coughs up lung*

Whenever trouble was rising and someone was in danger or hurt, Alison always seemed to make her way there to “save” someone.. or to check on someone.. or to just be annoying..

AND LASTLY, 

Why didn’t she mention seeing Garrett that night? Garrett wasn’t lying. Jenna was paranoid as hell over something, and that’s because she really believed she was an accessory to murder. That’s why Jenna kept Garrett around. 

So why was Garrett really murdered? Was it because of the NAT club, or because of something else? hmmmm… 

Thoughts? talk to me. 

beaunaratau-deactivated20170124  asked:

Now that Mary is back, how do you think she'll react to what her sons have become? Codependency and all. Also, do you think her feelings toward John will change, because she can see the damage he inflicted upon both of them? She said herself that her worst fear was for her children to become hunters, but that's what happened regardless.

Hello, dear! Sorry it took me some time to respond.

Your questions are very interesting. Now that Mary is back, she will need some time to learn what has happened to her children all these years. We’ve always said that Dean is more similar to Mary and Sam is more similar to John, so maybe instead of her feelings toward John changing, I think she might experience some sort of regret and guilt (in true Dean Winchester fashion).

I don’t think it would be fair for her to blame John for everything. She was the one who married him without telling him the truth. She never trusted him enough to tell him who she and her family really were. She wanted so bad to live a normal life that she ended up hurting her husband and her own children.

In fact, we need to remember that Mary was the one who made a deal with Azazel to save John’s life. In a way, she was the one who started the codependent circle, and this has been a topic since the very beginning of Supernatural. Do you remember episode 2x04: Children shouldn’t play with dead things? In that episode Dean thought Dr. Mason had brought his daughter back to life. He was innocent, but Dean didn’t know that, so he said this:

“Look, I get it. Okay? There are people that I would give anything to see again. But what gives you the right? What’s dead should stay dead!


At the time, Dean was projecting his own anger because John Winchester had sold his soul in order to save Dean’s life. We all thought that John was the first to start the Winchester cycle of impulsive decisions to save a loved one, but it wasn’t like that. In season 4 we learned that Mary was the one who started the cycle. The only thing is that she didn’t sell her soul; she sold HER SON (even though she didn’t know the details of what she was doing). John was dead and, of course, Mary would do anything to see him again, but what gave her the right? What was dead should have stayed dead! Everything started right there, the moment she decided to make a deal with a demon.

How do you think Mary will feel when she sees that her worst fear came to pass? How will Mary feel when she learns what her death did to John? In 4x03, she described John like this: “He’s sweet, kind. Even after the war, after everything, he still believes in happily ever after, you know? He’s everything a hunter isn’t.” John wasn’t a hunter, but it was his despair and thirst for vengeance that made him turn into one and raise his children as hunters. How could Mary blame John without blaming herself first?

I think season 12 will give us a lot of character development for Mary (as well as for the other characters). We will probably see different stages: She will experience disbelief, disappointment, anger, and guilt. And I’m really looking forward to seeing all that.

My Paily Problem

You know, I’m not usually one to make a huge deal of things when it comes to TV or whatever. I hate shipping couples because it always more than likely comes back to kill you in the end. But this is just bothering the hell out of me and I don’t know what else I can do but just write this down and get it out of my system already. So pass on if you’d like or read on. I’m not sure if it’s going to make much sense but maybe somebody will get it and I’ll feel a little less crazy.

Pretty Little Liars was a show I used to be so excited to watch. Like literally I would get so happy and just countdown the hours until it was on. Now…I could care less if I miss it or not. I actually haven’t even watched a full episode since 5x14. And the reason behind all of this, the reason I even started watching the show to begin with, and why I have now stopped, is because of Paily and the completely unbelievable way the writers have stomped across this relationship. A small part of me actually wishes I had never even watched this show because now all I feel is disappointment when I hear what’s happening. I wasn’t looking for this show, for this story but instead it found me. I was just simply minding my own business one day, just surfing the web for whatever and I stumbled upon a video of them. Instantly I was attached and I watched all the way up to what was current in like a week or something (This was season 4 times). I had only just discovered that I was gay myself and it was something I was still trying to learn how to deal with. Nobody knew and it’s still that way. I haven’t yet found the right way to ‘Say it out loud’ if you will. Honestly at the time the whole thing made me feel uncomfortable. Like, I just couldn’t grasp it fully that this was me, but it is and I know that and I’ve learned to accept myself as I am. I thought back to when I was younger and remembered quite a few instances where I had sort of unknowingly had crushes on some of my best friends. Slowly it all started to make sense, but watching Paige and Emily together helped a lot with that. That just sounds so bizarre though, doesn’t it? That two people who aren’t even real, don’t even exists outside of my TV helped me to understand something I felt that I never would. But it’s true. Seeing how far they’ve come, watching them grow together and fall in love with one another and become the people they have, it’s just given me hope for something I never thought I would have.

And what’s even better is that it was probably never even supposed to happen. Shay Mitchell and Lindsey Shaw are the only reason that Paily has become what it has. Paige was supposed to be gone after like two episodes in the first season. And now, 38 episodes and 5 years later, she’s still around (Until they shipped her off for nothing at all). But that means something, that wasn’t all just for the hell of it. This relationship between these two is important and while I don’t know anyone in my actual everyday life who ships these two, or even watches the show, I’ve talked to so many online that have fallen just as deep with them and the show.

When Alison first came back to the show, I knew things were going to get bad with Paily. It was kind of an unspoken thing that somehow she would pull them apart and she did. Even if not directly, her wanting Emily to keep her secrets is what led to them ultimately breaking up because it created a huge mistrust between Emily and Paige. And we all know how well that went down. I was really scared they weren’t going to bring Paige back after 4x23, but they did. And what they did with her and her relationship with Emily in 5A was amazing. I loved it so much. Both of them had great story’s on their own aside from the one they shared. Emily finally got to stand up to the person that had hurt her so badly in the past, she got to explore those uncertain feelings and finally put them to rest. And Paige got to confront the person that had hurt her. Although I still think we were slightly robbed on that confrontation scene, it should have been longer, but it was still good. Paige finally got to show Alison that she didn’t win. That her hatred for Alison didn’t take over the way she had hoped it would and instead she picked herself up and she came out on the other side a million times better and stronger. It was so good. To see them slowly rebuilding, re-trusting and just being there for one another was just so great. On their own and together they managed to get over what had gone down between them and they came out stronger.

It was amazing and I honestly really thought that 5B was going to be the same way. I thought 'Finally, we’re going to see Paige helping out! Like, Batman is back!’ But that wasn’t even close. All that build up, all that growth and finally the reunion we’d been waiting for all that time….it all got thrown away. And for what? What was the reason to shove Paige so far away and to kill everything that they’d spent all that time putting back together? And then they just add insult to injury in the episodes following her leaving. Paige ignores Emily and then suddenly she wants space? Really? That’s all the explanation that we get, for real? Okay…if only that actually made the smallest bit of sense.

I get that Paige was scared, that she probably did have to go on and go to California. That I could deal with. But then why couldn’t we just have the long distance then? If they wanted to make a drama move than what else do you need then Paige moving? Breaking them up without even showing half of the couple isn’t anything. That’s just garbage. I don’t expect Paige to be in every episode anyways, that’s a luxury only the male interests receive, so I would have been fine with her popping in every few episodes to visit. Why couldn’t we have just had that? It makes no sense to me why the writers took them down this path.

And then they make it even worse and bring in Talia, who I do not like in the slightest bit. Not even just because she’s basically replacing Paige right now, but because I feel like she just doesn’t need to be there. Why is that this person, this character who has done NOTHING for Emily in any kind of way and in the end probably will do nothing for her, is getting all this time? I don’t think Paige has gotten HALF this much airtime or story in the last two seasons that Talia has gotten in just a half season. Why is that? Why couldn’t Paige, the person Emily is actually in love with and wants to be with, you know her GIRLFRIEND, have just been written into the story? It wouldn’t have been that difficult. The writers know how to write Paige into the show even without Emily in the scene, they’ve done it before! So why not now? Is it just for the sake of drama? Are they just killing time because there’s still two seasons left?

I don’t know. But it honestly just feels like a humongous slap in the face. To have spent all this time watching this show, supporting it and supporting this couple, and then they just stomp all over it. They gave us Paily back and then ripped them right back away in the same breath. And I just find that to be very hurtful. That sounds crazy but it’s true. Like I know the writers don’t owe me jack, but come on! Like if you don’t want the couple, fine, but give the story the right kind of send off. You’ve got people that have invested years into this story, into these characters and to end them this way and then have Emily just throw herself at the first chick who walks by is completely disrespectful and it’s also just such a disservice to Emily’s character. She just looks desperate and it’s sad to watch it all happen this way.

I know Paige is coming back. I do believe Marlene and Joesph when they say that and who knows, this could all turn right back around. But it just all feels like so much was wasted here. So many opportunities and moments were stolen from them and instead were given to a character that in a few weeks will probably never be mentioned again. And that’s sad because I feel like this relationship, along with Hanna/Caleb, is the most real and genuine. They’re the healthiest relationships on the show, IMO.

The characters and relationship deserved better then this and I really wish that the writers could know and see how important Paily is. How much good has come from it and how many people it’s helped. I’m one of them. It sucks really bad to see where they’ve taken them and I just really hope that they take the time and fix it next season. Because I truly believe that Paige is the one for Emily and we already know that Emily is always going to be it for Paige. There’s no doubt in my mind about that. 

Ugh, okay. I’m done. I apologize in advance to anyone who actually read through that whole rant. Lots of feelings and not many places to put it.

anonymous asked:

I love season 1, very promising. Enter season 2, i thought yeah this is creative, good job in expending the plot. Until episode 2x14, the betrayal. It didn't make sense. If Lexa accept the deal, the mountain men could easily come back to hurt grounders. That is the only chance to wipe them and make sure they won't touch her people again. Lexa supposed to be smart right? Her people died for nothing (missile at TonDC). I think from there the plot is wavering. Like totally different group of writer

Honestly the betrayal made perfect sense to me. From Lexa’s point of view: all steps of the plan failed and her people were no longer in an easily accessible area. Even if they manged to get inside the mountain, her warriors would be funneling through tight corridors and one thing the 300 movie got right is that funneling enemies through a tight spot makes them easier to kill. She had no other way of guaranteeing her people’s safety at that moment. Could the mountain men come back stronger and kill them? Sure. But Mount Weather was pretty heavily crippled even if they failed to get in properly so Lexa would probably have some time to prepare for any counter attacks. She did what she thought was best for her people at that moment even if blood didn’t have blood and she had to leave Clarke.

I dunno. The betrayal sucked but I understood it. I’m able to justify it by trying to put myself in Lexa’s shoes. Pretty much NOTHING in season 3 (except some Polis stuff) makes fucking sense. It’s like they took all the great writing of Season 2 and said fuck it. The pacing of Season 3 is trash and they literally rushed all of the Ice Nation and Arkadia stuff. Even just looking at everything up to episode 7, I can only justify so much before I have to start just shrugging and saying “who the fuck knows”.

They should have made the Ice Nation and Pike crap the main things of Season 3 and dragged out the ALIE stuff into Season 4 as a kind of “uber big bad”. Season 3 of the flopdred is like X-Men Last Stand. They tried to take too many huge storylines and put them together when those storylines should have been seasons/movies all on their own.

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While I think that he is genuinely upset about the title, because having to accept his defeat in his own tournament was a big deal to him, that’s not the only reason why he gets angry. I think it’s the way that Atem looks so defeated and sad that really sets him off. Kaiba has always pushed Atem to be at his best because he refuses to accept anything less from him, and to see him looking so not like the confident rival that he knows is what upsets him the most because to Kaiba it means that he’s given up. And that is just unacceptable in Kaiba’s book.

anonymous asked:

I keep seeing comments that this is probably the last season of TBL and it's making me so sad. Maybe it sounds pathetic but I'd honestly feel so lost without these characters/this show/the fandom...😔

I saw a blurb that media buyers are interested in seeing if The Blacklist will regain the buzz and eyeballs it had in Season 1. This is a fair comment so let’s talk about it.

No question Season 1 was the best season. The focus was on Red and Liz. It was lots of fun back then. Red was so flirtatious with Lizzie while being super mysterious about what his connection was with her which was very compelling. Clearly he would burn the world down for her and we didn’t really understand why. The chemistry these two characters had on screen together was electrifying.

Back then Tom was clearly a bad guy. I actually enjoyed Tom as a bad guy. Once they turned him into a good guy after Season 1 he got boring, especially when he was with Liz. Ressler was also more interesting in Season 1. He had his own demons to fight when he lost his fiance and was on the verge of becoming more like Red in the Mako Tanida episode. 

Okay so viewers started to fall off after Season 1. The show was pretty different in Seasons 2 and 3 then it was in Season 1. Not as fun. Very dark. Tom was boring and it made no sense for Liz to go back to him. Ressler disappeared. Lizzie was not really able to learn much about her connection to Red and viewers grew tired of the “Is he or is he not her father” gig.

So the ratings dropped. But The Blacklist was still one of NBC’s top drama’s even with the ratings decline. So much so that NBC bought a spin-off of TBL - Blacklist Redemption. This is good for The Blacklist for two reasons. (1) It shows NBC still thinks TBL is one of it’s top shows, strong enough to foster a spin-off. And the other reason relates to what is going on with Season 4 which we will talk about next.

I do believe Season 4 is a key season. And it appears TBL is addressing some things in Season 4 that were weaknesses in Seasons 2 and 3. The first is that they will finally, for sure, without a doubt, tell us who Lizzie’s real father is. It was dumb they strung it out so long. Viewers were bored with it. And it was preventing the story from moving along. Because as James Spader said in an early interview, the most compelling thing about TBL is not the original connection between Liz and Red, but their relationship now and what will their future relationship be. That’s what we want to know.

Secondly the Promo’s for Season 4 look really awesome. Red looks like he will be on FIRE! The promos focused on Red and Liz; only a tiny amount of Tom was shown. No matter who you ship, Red and Liz have the most compelling relationship on the show and we want to see what happens with them.

The third thing relates to Tom and the spin-off. I know there is a faction of strong Tom fans. But there is also a faction of Tom “haters”. So The Blacklist is trying to appease both groups by moving Tom to his own show. The Tom lovers will see a lot more of him as the lead character in Redemption and the Tom “haters” will see very little of him on TBL after the first portion of the season. And let’s face it, Tom was holding back the development of the relationship of Red and Liz - whatever it is. As a Lizzington, I believe Tom was used to slow down Lizzington specifically. But now is the time this relationship needs to start moving.

So yes, I think Season 4 will be really good. I am hoping it will be so good the media buyers will love it. But even if S4 does not knock the media buyers socks off, as long as The Blacklist remains as one of NBC’s top shows, they will renew it another season. So I personally don’t think Season 4 is the last season at all. I would be very surprised if it got cancelled.

BTW #Anon, sorry for my long-winded answer to your simple question.  I guess I went on an tangent. Like you, I want TBL to keep going for more seasons. And I really think it will.