“We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love—true love.” ― Robert Fulghum
Saturday 30.07. I woke up early because I am insane. Studying Hawthorne again, ‘The Scarlet Letter’ and its multiple themes. Wishing anyone seeing this little post a most perfect weekend.
There are probably more but my brain is drawing a blank right now. I guess you could also include that the two of them are also strong in “character” but the weakest in singing. Also their frustration in their journey to be an idol. Nico because her ambitions were more than her previous club members could handle, and so she was forced to be alone - UNTIL she met the other members of Muse and both realized her ambition and learned how to shine with others. Sayu because she was always pushed to the back and was just a face with no lines - UNTIL she finally became leader and ushered in a Renaissance for Morning Musume that they are STILL riding on four years later. They’re both my best girls. Sayu is a legend and so is Nico.
There truly is no other scene than Dean's death...
…in 9x23 “Do You Believe in Miracles” that had this strong of an effect on me. Like, I watched the episode maybe 5 times completely and then maybe a handful of scenes for gifs. But really, since I capped this very scene for my rewatch series yesterday (no, not cause I am at the finale - I have officially said goodbye to the idea to manage to rewatch and write about the entire Carver Era in this hiatus - but because I watched the first episode, lol, but what Carver set up in the premiere and delivered on in the finale is just amazing *cries forever over the perfection that was S9 and that finale*) and it hit me again like a brick and just had me had a lump in my throat and my heart beating out of my chest and feeling slightly nauseous. And that’s how I felt when the episode aired too. Nothing’s changed about that reaction, because man, it was so well done and developed and Jensen with his acting and delivering the pain and the fear and also kind of the relief Dean feels over dying rather than becoming “something else” is just the absolute cherry on top. Just replaying the moment in my head makes me teary-eyed. No other season finale to me had this much of an emotional impact like the S9 had. I mean the S3 or the S5 finale was also were emotional, but to me they can’t compare to S9. Cause that one really had driven a dagger through my heart alongside Dean getting stabbed with an angel blade.