I loved how last month everyone got into paying tribute to ‘If-Then-Else’ with me so I thought I would give you all a heads up that I plan on doing something similar this coming Tuesday (February 21) to celebrate the anniversary of the first time our favorite compact Persian sociopath graced our screens. (‘Relevance’ aired on February 21, 2013)
I’ll be posting my favorite stills of Shaw all day as well as Shaw-centric posts on my other blog. I’d love to make a day of reveling in all her badass glory.
So dig up your favorite Shaw posts or make some new ones!
But there was something I think Root had wanted to say to you.
always thought there was something wrong with you.
Because you don’t
feel things the way other people do.
But she always felt that was what made you beautiful.
you to know, that if you were a shape, you were a straight line. An
Everyone dies alone.
But if you meant something to someone,
If you helped someone,
Or loved someone,
If even a single person remembers you,
…..Then maybe you never really die.
…..this isn’t the end at all.
Root x Shaw | True Love Never Dies
Root & Shaw’s relationship changes but doesn’t end. It takes on a new dimension. Their connection to each other is so powerful, so strong, it’s divine. True love transcends time and space. Their relationship continues on into the infinite.
SHOOT lives on. In another form.
They belong together.
I truly wish they had time to explore this next phase of their relationship. I don’t believe it’s ever been written and told on-screen before. It’s unique, it’s exciting. They only managed to show us a teensy weensy bit of it in the final shot but that scene just opened up a whole new level of possibilities for these two characters! Bloody hell! Jonah/Denise, you’ve outdone yourselves again with this incredible idea and such exquisite writing! And thank you, Sarah Shahi and Amy Acker for bringing their words to life, and then some!
Is this the part where you tell me that I should live out the rest of my days in peace, grow an herb garden or something? |No. I chose you for exactly who you are. But there was something I think Root had wanted to say to you. You always thought there was something wrong with you, because you don’t feel things the way other people do. But she always felt that was what made you beautiful. She wanted you to know that if you were a shape, you were a straight line. An arrow.