it's okay rory


endless list of favorite relationships |→ sookie and rory

“Okay, I’ve got it from here, Sookie. I love you.

Originally posted by babybluewendy

Something I feel like should be pointed out:

Not to take away from Wentworth’s spectacular fall, anyone else notice the guy in the back doing a full on pirouette?

Is that Victor Garber? Cause I know Stein was back there keeping score or whatever, except it’s Firestorm that Mick is all excited about? I mean, either way this is something that shouldn’t go unnoticed.

i don’t want to sound snobby you ever just think about how good doctor who used to be??? like, it was a show that was easy to watch from week to week w/o having to see all the episodes, the characters were all unique and flawed and so terribly human, rose with her easy smile, martha and her unrequited love (and growing /past/ it), donna and her sharp wit, jack and his obnoxious jackness.. just frick my peeps, i just love it so much

anonymous asked:

More trans!Mercy?

If you like.  Have 2,000 words worth of two of the most important moments of Angela’s life, centered around conversations about her choosing a name for herself, and set in the same universe as this.

Feat. young Angela and Jesse as pals, and, 20 years later, Pharmercy, with some Jewish Angela, to boot.

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That the plan? Take me out in the middle of nowhere where no one can find the body?


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According to legend, wherever the Pandorica was taken, throughout its long history, the Centurion would be there, guarding it. He appears as an iconic image in the artwork of many cultures, and there are several documented accounts of his appearances, and his warnings to the many who attempted to open the box before its time. His last recorded appearance was during the London blitz in 1941. The warehouse where the Pandorica was stored was destroyed by incendiary bombs, but the box itself was found the next morning, a safe distance from the blaze. There are eyewitness accounts from the night of the fire of a figure in Roman dress, carrying the box from the flames. Since then, there have been no sightings of the Lone Centurion, and many have speculated that if he ever existed, he perished in the fires of that night, performing one last act of devotion to the box he had pledged to protect for nearly two thousand years.”

“Tell me one thing. All those facts and figures I saw of the Doctor’s life, you were never alone. All those bright and shining companions. But not any more?”


“Might I ask why not?”

They leave. Because they should or because they find someone else. And some of them, some of them… forget me.”

 I suppose in the end, they break my heart. [x]