There are so many things to talk about this chapter but I think the most important one is Hinata teaching Kageyama that it’s okay to be the king of the court and Karasuno agreeing with him.
Like this poor boy has been trying desperately to shake off that nickname for over a year because he associated it with bad memories of a time when he was selfish and mean (which is arguable because we all know he’s just a bad communicator and probably dealing with aspergers). but suddenly, in struts his rival/partner with a SWEATY USED TOWEL CROWN and he just plops that fucker on his head and tells him it’s okay to be a king, and that he doesn’t have to keep running from it.
AND LOOK HOW HAPPY HE IS.
LOOK HOW HAPPY MY BOY IS.
Karasuno is such a good team for many different reasons but the amount of love and support they have for each other despite their flaws is their greatest asset.
So. I’m thinking that every time Rans or Holster tried to ask Shitty or Lardo if they were every going to get it on–they changed the subject to betting on when Jack and Bitty would finally admit to their relationship.
Ransom’s worried face though. Holster sure does love to drag Jack.
I commissioned this awesome sketch from @sprech4 at SPX, and she gave me the go ahead to finish it! I’ve never worked with such a crazy style before so I wanted to mix up how I usually color and the result was a lot of fun oh my gosh. *v*
Lee Jong Seok Holds Fan Meeting in Japan After wrapping W: Two Worlds
Posted on September 28, 2016 by ockoala
When I view recently eneded MBC drama W: Two Words from the lens of the entire drama, it strikes me as even more impressive with it’s conceptual reach because the drama really hooks all three different taste audiences with Korea, China, and Japan. The fresh story line keeps the domestic audiences engaged, the sleek upscale production makes Chinese audiences entertained, and the casting of super popular in Japan leads Lee Jong Seok and Han Hyo Joo ensures the drama gets explored there with plenty of welcome. Lee Jong Seok is definitely a triple threat in all three countries in his exposure there so he’s keeping busy even after wrapping W by heading to Japan for a long overdue fan meeting. The obasans were loving his warm engaging presence at the event, and I’m loving how he looks healthy and happy rather than the usual haggard post-drama recovery look. I hope his next drama is a sageuk to change things up!!
In 2009, Pratt was cast on Parks and Rec for a six-episode arc as the oafish boyfriend of Rashida Jones’ character. That soon changed. “Almost at the point of the audition we were like, ‘Oh, we have to reconceive this, because this guy’s the funniest person we’ve ever seen. We’re not letting that guy go,” says series co-creator Michael Schur - Entertainment Weekly