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This whole storyline that started this season about Cam and Arastoo adopting has seriously warmed my heart, but in all honesty, the one thing that gets me about the whole thing is that at the end of the day, Cam went to Brennan of all people to discuss about their adoption plans (you can tell from her ‘you ready to tell them?’ remark earlier that Brennan knew about Cam and Arastoo’s plans all along - and it brings back memories of all those years ago, when Cam first started working at the Jeffersonian and both Brennan and Cam clashed so much, and it was that one conversation in the diner about Brennan being a foster child which led them to working out a plan to function better as a team and colleagues, and all that has led up to this moment now. That she can now confide in Brennan, and Brennan in turn, was there to offer her the advice and support required, is what makes this entire scene even better for me. Because it shows just how far these two have come after all these years, from colleagues who couldn’t get along, to becoming dear friends. And in all honesty, that is all I could have ever asked for with these two. ❤️

“I think it’ll be a lot of fun to see Will, Tessa, and Jem when they’re older, as Jem is a Silent Brother but Will still wants to see him all the time - he’s his best friend. So every once in a while Will will ‘accidentally’ injure himself and be like, "My thumb! It - I have to go to the Silent City and see Brother Zachariah immediately!” So they do spend time together.“ – Cassandra Clare on The Last Hours

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Two/Android parallels - 4/?

(What happened to Neal’s stuff after Rumple chose not to take it. Takes place sometime between 4A and 4B, spoilers for Heart of Gold.)

“Mom? Are you busy?”

Emma glanced up from her computer; Henry was standing in the doorway of the sheriff’s office, holding a cardboard box. 

“Not too busy for you,” she said, gesturing for him to come in. “What’s in the box, kid?”

Henry bit his lip, hesitating in the doorway for a moment before walking forward, setting the box on her desk.

“It’s from Robin,” he said, quietly; he shuffled his feet, staring down at his shoes. “I thought maybe it was something for my mom, but it has my name on it, so I read the note with it. And I guess they’re still staying at my dad’s place? And he found some of dad’s stuff and thought I might want it.”

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