mama del rey

Baby Earp gone?

Nicole and Dolls sharing shady looks?

Nicole has Bulshar’s ring?

Waverly isn’t an Earp but also isn’t half revenant?

Nicole still doesn’t know that Waverly and Rosita kissed?

Rosita on the run from Wynonna?

Jeremy is supernatural?

Doc is mortal and went to hell when he died?

Bobo is at the bottom of a well?

Demon Clootie resurrected?

Wynonna knows where Mama Earp is and how to reach her?

One year until season 3?


Originally posted by waverlyyhaught

What the hell Wynonna Earp

This last episode left me confused. But I’ll start with the widows. The way Wynonna ended up with them was amazing. A little bit scared but great. Then, and this is what I did not like this episode was Rosita.

I knew that she was a Revenant but she was the most cool revenant after Fish. I hoped that she could end in some way but what she did to Waverly and Wynonna was dissappointing. I hate what happened to her, really.
On the other hand, the speech of Wynonna to Waverly was very emotive and lovely. I think that the fact that she could use the peacemaker in the way that she did, proved that she is actually an Earp. At least part of one, but she will be forever Wynonna’s sister no matter what and that is huge.
The baby Earp was another thing very emotive. Wynonna will no be able to rise her baby in Purgatory because will be very dangerous and that plot of the baby leaving was smart. Sad, very sad. But smart and I loved that also proved that Waverly is not part revenant.
What she is, I hope we can find out it next season.
The WTH part is in the end.
What happened with Dolls and Nicole, the strange looks between them and Clootie’s ring? I hate to wait too long to know it!
But the plot of Mama Earp will be crazy next season too. I have no doubt that next season will be very very extraordinary.
A last question, Why season one had 13 episodes and this last season only 12?
Where is our episode 13???

Originally posted by guss0305

Now, the waiting in mode on…

Bobo in the well, Bobo in the well, Bobo in the well…. waiting….


Hi How Are You Daniel Johnston?

              On November 11, at the MAMA Gallery, I had the immense pleasure of being able to experience the work of indie artist and cult hero, Daniel Johnston in person. I first heard of Daniel Johnston when one of my favorite musicians mentioned him in an interview, so I decided to look Johnston up. I’ll have to admit, his music was unexpected, and to be honest, it sounded like he recorded his songs in a cupboard, but it was that same low quality rawness that instantly piqued my interest. The first song I heard from Johnston was called “The Story of an Artist.” And from there my fascination grew. Johnston’s lyrics were uncensored. He sang of love and life and artistry. Although his music was uncomplicated and quite simple, I had never heard anything like it.  He didn’t seem to care about money or mainstream success, he cared about the lyrics and the music. The young and troubled Daniel Johnston moved to Austin, Texas and began to pass out his cassette tapes– that he recorded in his mother’s basement– to anyone that was willing to listen. I found this ambition and the style in which he worked inspiring; he just wanted to create art, whether that be through his drawings, his video recordings, or through his music. Johnston suffers from mental illness, but I tend not to focus on that aspect of his life too much because, not to belittle his illness, he is much more than his diagnosis. Daniel Johnston was one of the first totally DIY artists that I became interested in and I am sure many have a similar experience. I love that his work will live forever and it will continue to encourage people of all generations to create, even if they feel like they do not have the “proper” tools to do so (i.e: in Johnston’s case, proper recording tools). 

             The MAMA Gallery in Los Angeles showcased a Daniel Johnston exhibit featuring his art and a short film called “Hi How’re You Daniel Johnston?” The film was directed by Gabriel Sunday, and featured artists Lana Del Rey and Soko. Del Rey covered one of Johnston’s many beautiful songs called “Some Things Last a Long Time,” while indie French artist, Soko played the character of Daniel’s love interest, and the topic of many songs, Laurie. The film took the viewers into Johnston’s mind and we had the pleasure of meeting Johnston’s iconic cartoon frog, Jeremiah. The film took us back to the past to Johnston’s basement where the Daniel Johnston of 2015 met the Daniel Johnston of 1983 while he was recording one of his most famous tapes, “Hi How Are You?” The exhibit was a great representation of the living cult hero, and I am so lucky to have had a chance to experience his art and music in real person. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to Daniel Johnston yet, I highly suggest you do because he might just impact your life, or your creative mind, like he’s impacted mine. �1(�S]y�� *Photos taken by Silver Destouet @shotbysilver*

Some Things Last a Long Time:

The Story of an Artist