If hot middle-aged women not being appreciated by the average middle-aged men in their lives need to feel good about themselves they should just walk into a room full of 15 to 25-year-old queer girls and see their reaction.
“I would like to pretend this long, beautiful dream is gonna go on forever, but nothing goes on forever. We’ve been through so much - good things, horrible things, and I can’t imagine what life is gonna be like tomorrow, next week, next year. I’m gonna miss you. Really really miss you. And I love you.”
Three of my favorite shows ever. The contrast of light and dark, the innocent and the jaded, the pessimist and the optimist. It’s most fascinating how all three shows started with characters who were polarized in the beginning, yet as the shows evolve so do they. The characters in each of these shows almost grew together, each pair reaching a middle ground and an understanding of one another. I wish the relationships established here could be an accurate microcosm of the world. Each side, recognizing the sameness in the other, grows to appreciate the differences and the way they add to the relationship. Maybe we would find that our positions aren’t quite so different after all.