why would you ever want to be hermione granger or elle woods or even malala yousafzai when you can be yourself, a beautiful, inspiring pioneer, a beam of light in today’s harsh world? be inspired by these women, but be proud to be yourself. you can make a difference.
what she means: In a Crowd of Thousands reveals that Dmitry is set on the girl he saw when he was 10 years old, and when Anya remembers it being her, his first instict is to sing in rejoice because he found her again, and afterward leans in to kiss her. Anya isn’t opposed to it at all, but he stops because in that moment he has to realize that she’s not just the girl he’s been in love with all this time, she’s royalty. Dmitry literally finds his dream girl and then immediately after has to face the fact that she’s out of reach. His kneel is out of respect for her position, but it’s also the point where he is forced to accept that his dream was shattered as soon as it came true.
new show idea: anthony bourdain and gordon ramsay travel the united states visiting hole-in-the-wall dives with bomb-ass food. bourdain picks out the restaurants and spends the first however-long of the episode talking up how fucking amazing this place is. when they get there it is always in a strip mall, or a shack in the woods, or a trailer under an overpass. ramsay is constantly scared and confused. bourdain is usually also scared and confused but pretends he is actually cool with whatever, in keeping with every other show he has ever done.
shots from every episode:
bourdain completely terrified by ramsay’s driving
bonus points if ramsay refuses to just drive a normal car like a normal fucking person
the look of horror and resignation on ramsay’s face when he sees where they’re going to be eating
ramsay taking in every possible health code violation
bourdain’s poorly-contained sadistic glee at the look on ramsay’s face
at least one scene that is more censor beeps than audible dialogue
ramsay’s vindication when bourdain ends up trapped in the bathroom shitting his guts out
bourdain’s complete lack of remorse and insistence that it was completely worth it