or a waste of an episode

blueberryhope  asked:

I'm pretty sure you and your dad already finished PTT, but I was kinda curious as to what happened when he saw the final episodes and his opinion on it :0

He was glad it ended as happily as it did! He didn’t think it was going to have such a happy ending. He was particularly glad that Rue didn’t waste away in despair. (Or at least he made a point of telling me, “I didn’t want Rue to waste away.”)

Also after I pointed out that Fakir used the choreography from Romeo and Juliet and the importance of his words in Japanese culture, he asked, “So he’s married to a duck?” So there’s that.

Chibita and oden

Well, now that we got a few episode in the season rolling I thought I’d write thoughts about the most important side character of Ososan. That’s right Chibita! Totoko is totally a main character, that’s why I didn’t say Totoko. Honest, please don’t hurt me Totoko-chan.

This is the look of a man that is just fed up with those naked NEETS.

Note: It’s just a silly analysis. Don’t take everything I’m going to write too seriously.

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The sun was already up and shining brightly by the time the first contestant finally decided to try out their guitar. It was Taylor! He was very smart to try out the guitar first, because some of the other contestants were immediately drawn to him and wasted away their time listening to his music instead of playing their own.
Justine: “I don’t know why, but this horribly performed song is extremely soothing. I can’t stop listening!”

While Taylor was working his way to his first skillpoint, someone who definitely needed to beat him at it, was still asleep… Yumi’s strategy of keeping Lori awake as long as possible to make sure she’d sleep through the challenge seemed to be working!

Watching DGHDA S2 be like

I need to watch next episode stoned or wasted cause it could be SO funny. (Don’t do drugs, kids. Drink with moderation)

OMG, wait, what, WHATT, pink hair, dudes kissing, the fuck what, hey it’s DIRK, DIRK GUys, the hell is happening, whaaaaat, I am not a machine, Farah is all of us, AMANDA, oooooh, vision, waw, colours, shiny, explosions, PSYCHEDELIC, what the hell, Osric deserves all the hugs, did you notice an acceleration of strangeness in your life, hey stay away from KEn, KEN has A BeARd BAAAAAARB, OMG, what, whaaaaaaat, car, ToddToddTodd I love Elijah Wood Elijah Wood is a cinnamon roll Todd BRotzmann is the cinnamonest roll ever to cinnamon roll, ooooooh, alternate dimension, me liking, ooooh, ptsd panic attack anxiety lives messed up oh no poor kids protect them, uh, okay, why not, aaaaaah, mind blown, everything is connected, what the hell, what, no way, magic all the shit away, good job lady, you’re insane, everybody is insane, craziness, madness, this is just crazy we’re all crazy, ooooh yeah Tina it can get WAy weiRDer than that, like so much weirdeeeer, this sheriff is so cool, omg the ROWDY THREES yesssssssssss, oh god I need episode 3.

And I’m sure I’m forgetting a lot of things, but words are like aaghahhjgajvjajaaa you know what I mean ?

To everyone saying that the one “fuck” was wasted this season of Bojack:

That’s the point.

We hear the “fuck” in an early episode – episode 5 – rather than one late in the season, as was the norm for past seasons. In past seasons, the “fuck” is said to Bojack by someone whom he has destroyed his relationship with: Herb, refusing to forgive Bojack; Charlotte, kicking Bojack out of her home after she catches him trying to sleep with her daughter; Todd, telling Bojack off for being shitty and refusing to get better after Bojack has slept with Emily. In this season, Bojack is the one to say it, as he details his plan to “finally tell off” his Alzheimer’s-afflicted-mother to Hollyhock. As the two sit outside the nursing home where Beatrice lives, Bojack plots to put on a live version of “Horsin’ Around” for the residents, and then says:

After the show, I’ll come out and say hello, and she’ll say, “Bojack, is that you?” And when her eyes spark with recognition, I’m gonna sit down next to her, I’m gonna squeeze her hand and get real close and say… fuck you, Mom.

If Bojack had actually said this to his mother, who was deeply emotionally abusive to him as a child, it would have been a very fitting use of the season allotted “fuck.” However, he doesn’t, because she doesn’t recognize him until episode 11, and Bojack wants to wait until she knows that it’s him before dropping the bomb on her.

So when episode 11 rolls around, and in the new nursing home, her eyes do spark with recognition and she calls him by name, this is Bojack’s chance to finally do what he’s always wanted to, and he doesn’t take it. This is the penultimate episode of the season, the moment when the crisis hits and the “fuck” would normally be heard, but this time around, it’s different. Bojack could have seized this opportunity to tell his mother just how much he hates her, but instead, he comforts her. When she looks around the strange room and asks where they are, he tells her that they’re at the summer home, and eating ice cream – something she was forbidden to do as a child. And it gives her joy. It gives her peace.

That’s the real “fuck” of the season. There was a chance for it, and Bojack chose not to say it because he has grown, because he is learning how to let go of the demons of the past and look toward a brighter future. This season, unlike all past seasons, ends on a distinctly happy note, with Princess Carolyn’s “Philbert” project coming together, Todd’s newest business venture actually working out (along with a new romantic prospect), and Bojack mending his relationship with Hollyhock (the only storyline that gets a real downer ending is Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter’s). This isn’t a coincidence that this is also the first season with an absence of a true, vindictive “fuck” – and it’s because this is the first season that we have seen Bojack truly make a positive development in his personal growth. Largely thanks to Hollyhock, he has changed, if just a little, for the better. For once, he didn’t need to hear the “fuck” – because he didn’t need to say it. 


I honestly couldn’t decide who shone the mots in the last episode(I know someone said I should do frisk, but my version of frisk is very different from camis interpretation. I don’t care if it is for fanart and all, but when it is about to make dvd covers, I should stick with the other characters. B’sides, I might will for the next episode anyway. Wouldn’t want to waste it like that ;)

Decide for yourself, which one fits better. I also thought, why not also show the png images for pap and az?

Glitchtale series by Camila Cuevas

One of my favourite things about Killjoys is how they constantly subvert expectations, but specifically fictional expectations. Like for example, hot muscly guy gets left in charge of a group of cloistered-away girls, and you think, oh god, here we go with the cooing and the “oh look a Man” and the flirting and the swaggering. But what happens? We come back a short while later to find that he has learned all of their names and taken on the role of mother hen, telling them to stop crying and put on their shoes.

Or character A has a secret and lies to character B about it and you think, oh god, here we go, this is gonna be angst and drama for at least five episodes and then another three once she finds out about it. But wait, no, he tells her of his own volition by the end of the episode and she’s already forgiven him for it because she gets it and she’s not going to waste time on being dramatic about it.

Or oh hey look we found out something new and weird about this character but, y’know, we already know he’s kind of weird, this is like the third weird thing about him, so let’s skip the freaking out and move straight on to how we can use it.

Like it’s sci-fi, and it’s ridiculous in some ways, but when it comes to the characters and their motivations and interactions it’s like someone looked at the common fictional tropes and went “hang on, REAL people don’t all behave like this”. I LOVE that. I think it’s honestly the #1 thing that takes it from “enjoyable sci-fi action with banter” to “favourite sci-fi show of all time” for me.