keep sailing

I have a lot of criticisms about this episode on the basis of writing- some of these criticisms span into overarching qualms I have over the lazy writing devices they’ve put into work this entire arc, which has made all of season four suffer in narrative quality. Others just don’t make sense to me in this single episode- what exactly, for example, was so shocking about this episode? and why all the build up and reluctance in terms of a specific potential reveal just to give us a non-answer? why the last scene, which didn’t follow the beat structure of this episode in the way it should’ve?

But I will say this: 

  • the scenes were brilliantly done, immensely well written, beautifully orchestrated, and i completely understand why Luke would consider that the best writing of the season
  • Madi was a goddess amongst men in this episode. she is absolute proof that the women of this show are fucking amazing and i wanna marry her now, my dudes
  • Flint and Silver looked handsome af during those scenes, fam lmao
For a second I thought you were becoming a decent person. I’m glad I was wrong.
—  Chuuya to Dazai

“Some miracle man must have SHOT ME while I wake.
I never ran fast enough, Oh my mistakes…  ” 

Quote from:  London Grammar - Interlude

:T Dunno what to say more. *Drifts on fandom waves.* I just love them! I’m a trash, Over-trash… But I love it. I HOPE YOU LIKE IT. Because i’m melting.

- Harriet.


Lend us your help, and we will do whatever must be done to move Nassau forward.

I am intrigued by your proposal. But there is one question remaining that you will have to show me you can adequately answer. What will you do when the cat fights back?

HAPPY HOLBY TUESGAY!! Just a bit of silliness to get a fan girl through Robbie’s reappearance 😋

To all my ace friends - your sexuality is a unique part of who you are! You are learning how to navigate life, love, and relationships just like everyone else, and you’re doing great.

Inspired by this quotation from Louisa May Alcott: “I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.”