@number9isawanker: Okay, but imagine Lena and Maggie are running late to movie night. They arrive to find that Kara and Alex have started without them and are currently acting out an (obviously) previously choreographed dance number to some Disney movie. Can you do something with that?
This was too cute and the inspiration just hit me!
Lean practically runs from her town car to the door of Kara’s apartment building.
stock meeting had turned into two and then there was paperwork to sign
and before she knew it she was running over an hour late for double date
movie night. She just hopes there’s still food by the time she gets up
to Kara’s, because she is STARVING!
“Hold the elevator please!” She calls out desperately, sighing with relief as a hand shoots out to stop the doors from closing.
“Thank you! The elevator times in this place are so unpredic- Oh! hello, Maggie!” She offers the detective a warm smile.
“Lena,” Maggie tilts her head, taking in Lena’s business suit. “Running late too I see.”
“Meetings.” She groans, cracking her neck. “You?”
“Caught a break in that alien theft case.”
“Thanks, I just hope there’s pizza left.”
“Let’s make a deal, if it’s all gone, we’re going to oder a giant pepperoni pizza just for us and not let Kara eat any of it.”
“Deal. Are you sure you’ll be able to say no to those puppy dog eyes?”
I’ve heard it both ways.
You know that’s true.
*singing* suck iiiiiit
*angrily calling people Jack*
*confusing hushed whispers then…* Fine!
Did my eyes just see what my brain is telling my eyes just saw?
Hello! I am Psychic Detective Shawn Spencer and this is my partner, *not Gus’ real name*
I would rather *something totally illogical and ridiculous*
Come on, son.
This is like that scene in *movie name* where I’m *main actor* and you’re *black supporting actor*
You must be outta your damn mind!
Stop making up words, Gus.
Did you hear about Pluto? That’s messed up, right?
It’s semantics/It’s not semantics
If S4E2 is The Dying Detective, I REALLY hope they added the bit where Sherlock is freaking out about oysters taking over the world. I won’t spoil the end, but if you haven’t read it, it goes like this-
As Sherlock is sick and delirious, trying to give John directions, he says randomly “Indeed, I cannot think why the whole bed of the ocean is not one solid mass of oysters, so prolific the creatures seem. Ah, I am wandering! Strange how the brain controls the brain! What was I saying, Watson?”
And then later on(still trying to give John directions)-
“Shall the world, then, be overrun by oysters? No, no; horrible!”