The last one to get married (but the first one to have children after Kelso and Brooke) was Fez.
When Eric and Donna announced their engagement, Fez saw in Caroline’s face maybe it was time. He has been told a million times by friends and other people that he must be careful and think about it real good if he wants that kind of comitment with someone like her, which only made him furious and willing to propose right in the moment.
So, he gets Kelso and tells him about it. His friend is still scared of Caroline but if she makes him happy, so be it. He says he should totally get her a pretty ring, though. Because if the ring isn’t as pretty as the one he got Brooke, she may as well half kill him.
Fez rolls his eyes at that, but agrees in one thing: his cherry pie deserves the biggest, most expensive ring he could find. So he gets it costume made.
Destiny seems to not want him married because everything goes wrong with it. They first don’t make what he asked for, then the arc is too big, then too small, and when he isn’t looking, it’s been a damn year since he asked for the thing and he can see Caroline has started to act weird about wedding and so.
With Eric and Donna’s coming up, he feels the preassure and this time, calls Hyde for help, who gets shit done by applying some Firm Voice™ to the employee checking these stuff and they both hope for the best.
A month goes by and nothing.
Finally, at almost two months mark, the ring comes home and– Caroline firms for it. She doesn’t know what’s in the box and has it over the dinner table. Fez sees it and he almost fainths there. Caroline thinks he’s being weird, he thinks he has to be more careful about the thing.
Like we know he would, he plans everything perfect: he makes dinner for her and prepares everything, when she gets home she knows whats going on what will happen next. Yet, when he finally asks, she acts all surprised but her happiness and excitment is real.
One month later, she wakes up to get her head to the toilet because it seems like yesterday’s dinner didn’t do her well. But Fez knows it has been happening for almost a week, and as she goes throught some maths and dates, they just stare at each other.
“Uhm,” he says, “I guess we will be having that wedding sooner”.
Did we already talk about the implications of Even wearing the exact same outfit the day he comes over after Isak sends him that text telling him not to contact him before he’s done with his girlfriend as the day they met on the tram and spent an afternoon falling in love only to be brought back to reality by the introduction of Sonja. The same denim jacket, the same hoodie with red strings, and the same burgundy t-shirt with those little glittery details. Yes I checked, and this is the only time he’s recycled an entire outfit down to the last detail (he did add a scarf though because it’s colder now), and while doing my very important research I also confirmed that the two times Even’s worn the most layers have indeed been in the scene where Isak blurts out he doesn’t need mentally ill people in his life and the du er ikke alene scene, so I do sense a pattern here. They also have that long silence after the initial halla in both of these Friday clips serving as a further parallel. It’s almost as if Even’s come to reclaim what could have been on that Friday afternoon exactly six weeks ago, the Friday afternoon that Isak complimented Even’s drawings, the Friday afternoon that we in retrospect know must have been at least as meaningful to him as it was to Isak because he had been dreaming of it since the very first day of school.
Even is standing on Isak’s doorstep in all his James Dean glory and he appears confident at first, although we now know that behind his confidence he was hiding a lot of fear and self-doubt, but then he glances over his shoulder. This glance is honestly one of the reasons I love this scene so much, because despite there being no dialogue there is actually a lot of subtle communication. The scene is so much more than just a makeout scene. Even glances over his shoulder, and while it’s a very quick glance, it’s enough to tell that he’s asking if he should leave, if he shouldn’t be here, he’s looking for a sign, and Isak understands this because after that glance Isak’s face changes. He’s been nervous all night, first anxiously staring at his phone and then trying to keep his cool in front of his friends as if his heart wasn’t racing knowing Even’s waiting for him outside, and he appears nervous even now, but as he sees Even look into the direction he came from, non-verbally asking if coming here was a mistake, he suddenly finds his confidence, thinks fuck it and just goes in for the kiss because since that Friday afternoon six weeks ago there has been no going back for them and he knows it now. And even as they kiss there is still that one break, that one little unspoken are you completely sure, followed by that final look of I’m sure, we can’t go back now.
When Cath’s eyes closed, her eyelids stuck. She wanted to open them. She wanted to get a better look at Levi’s too-dark eyebrows, she wanted to admire his crazy, vampire hairline—she had a feeling this was never going to happen again and that it might even ruin what was left of her life, so she wanted to open her eyes and bear some witness.
Let’s just start with the very first interaction they have at the beginning of the series.
Zoro came down just to talk to HER. He was teaching her the way of a man and that’s just so manly and charming. She should have fallen for him, damn it! This isn’t the first time by the way… he has done this so many times.
Uhm… Franky entrusted Nami to keep Zoro’s swords.
He could just ask Luffy to do so, but then he CHOSE Nami for that task… something fishy~~.
All right! Those swords are heavy… we know but then… you can carry them around just like that…
And duh! keeping those swords with you most of the time… * meeee squealllls*
Zoro should have seen this. His gal is badass too.
O.o… I’m impressed. Nami-gal is really sumthing.
RUN! RUN to him…
If Usopp was there to catch Sanji, then I assumed she did the same to Zoro after undid the shackle. Zoro must have fallen down to his knees and she caught him. That must be the case. But damn! the scene was cut off for this to happen,
look at that drowsy face… Nami’s worried…
Ouh yes, Nami! Your man is back! [
She looks happy.
Does she love that face? That face when he’s about to go crazy… in bed. Muahahaha]
Uh… nothing… just… since Nami knew those two will most likely fight, she butted in.
No matter how Zoro hates to be ordered around, he still listens to her… (p/s: he’s looking at her, miahahaha)
Does that mean, Nami was checking him out?
YES! SHE DID. Look at how far they sat from each other yet she could notice the mushroom in Zoro’s haramaki. MUSHROOM IN ZORO’S HARAMAKI!!! ~The chemistry~
This gal did check out Zoro’s lower part… So good to know. Ah~ I’m dead.. x_x