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Party in the Wavering Wood

Genre: Angst and Fluff

Word Count: 5427

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Summary: 15 year old Simon Snow gets an invite to a party, where his longtime crush will be. Unfortunately his longtime enemy decides to make an appearance too.
Based on “spin the bottle” kiss prompt

AN: So sorry this one took so long! I wrote a lot of it at 3 am, and 3 am Theo is an even shittier writer than usual. So I had to go back and redo most of it, after building up the courage to even look at my terrible handiwork. It was still fun though. Enjoy! :)


Simon

“‘Party in the Wavering Wood, 9pm, definitely not dry’?” Penny reads the invite like it’s a written in an alien language. She’s sitting cross legged on Baz’s bed (Crowley I hope he doesn’t notice) staring at the paper with her eyebrows all scrunched up. “Simon why are you showing me this?”

“Because I think we should go,” I say.

“You’re serious?”

‘Yeah! It could be fun…”

Penny looks up at me with a single raised eyebrow. “Is Agatha going to be there?”

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’We sort of look alike,’ Russell points out, and says their disguises are often planned that way so that, undercover, the characters will look as if they should be together.

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Well, all my money’s on the fact your folks won’t be able to find you. You know why? Because they can’t hear you. They’re probably dead. You’re not going anywhere.

iamdeltas  asked:

What is The Americans, anyway? I've heard about it, mostly I've heard that it's good, but what is it about?

Well, “good” is an understatement – this is one of the most critically acclaimed shows on TV, and has been every year since it was created.

Everything I watch tends to have “centered on family relationships” at its heart, and this show is no exception. It’s a period drama about Soviet spies pretending to be American citizens during the Reagan administration – the original premise was based on this real-life case from 2010. The creator/EP, who was an actual CIA officer back in the day, made the call to go historical with the story instead, which means that a) there has been a lot of beautiful metacommentary on how the geopolitical conflicts and technological shifts of the early 80s laid the foundation for the world we presently live in; and b) there is a lot more realism to the spycraft than what you see in other genre shows like Chuck or 24, because some of the historical methods have been declassified or retired now.

That doesn’t sound like it’s about family at all, right?

WRONG. So wrong.

The heart and soul of this show is its SpyFam – a fake-married couple (Phillip and Elizabeth) and their very real American children, whose everyday conflicts about homework and hobbies and whether sixteen pairs of legwarmers is too many ground the otherwise intense absurdity of the world these adults live in. Every season has an overarching theme related to family: season one, for example, explored the depths of what marriage really means; season two looked at how far parents will go to protect their kids; season three focused on the impacts of spiritual and emotional well-being; season four dealt with deceit and disillusionment between people who are supposed to love and trust each other. This season is probing into immigrant narratives and cultural differences between immigrants and their native-born kids.

And every last one of these storylines has you rooting for the anti-heroes … but the narrative never lets you forget that’s what they are. Phillip and Elizabeth do a wide array of morally terrible things, and we are right there being shown how terrible those things are, and what kind of toll their choices take on themselves and the people they hurt.

This is a show that is 100% honest about how life, like politics, is messy and complex and filled with competing truths that you have to validate or discard on your own terms. It’s not a show for the squeamish, or for anyone looking for mindless action entertainment. It is, however, flawlessly paced and well-researched, with a fabulous cast and writing team.

Anyway, 10/10 do recommend – although be prepared if you have trigger issues with certain kinds of violence or emotional manipulation.

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“My favorite one is a guy that I nicknamed Fernando. He has long shoulder-length hair and a moustache and sometimes a little goatee and usually works as a sort of janitor figure or whatever, whatever’s needed. He’s been my favorite I think, just because of the elaborate backstory I’ve given him as a flamenco-dancing assassin.” - Matthew Rhys

“Our favorite, the one that all the ladies like, is Fernando. |Laughter] And Fernando is spanish. We decided he’s a flamenco teacher and he’s incredibly sexy.” - Keri Russell

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Endless list of Felicity scenes (22/) | Ben & Felicity

What are you saying to me? - 1.05

Oops.

Keri: So, I’ve heard you and Pelessaria are a couple now.

Scott: yeah we really hit it..wait how did you know? We’ve literally only been official for a few days.

Keri: um…

flashback

Poc is floating around the Nexus with a message autoplaying on maximum volume

Peebee (through Poc): ATTENTION ALL DORKS AND LAZY BONES. LADIES GENTLEMEN AND THOSE OF UNSPECIFIED GENDER. THE HUMAN PATHFINDER AND I ARE NOW DATING. HE IS SO ADORABLE AND HE IS MINE. I LOVE HIM AND WE HAVE SEX EVERY NIGHT. THATS RIGHT THE HUMAN PATHFINDER AND I ARE BANGING. AND IN LOVE. TREMBLE IN DESPAIR AND JEALOUSY BITCHES.

flashforward

Keri: Call it a woman’s intuition. But you know I’m still interested in you..

Poc: HANDS OFF YOU UNCULTURED SLUT