I can’t get that Olivia Pope quote out of my head when I look at this photo. That furtive smile. Gaaaah. The storm is coming, but Olivia Pope is a storm-chaser. That storm better watch out! Homegirl is never down for long. She’s our flawed, dirty white hat-wearing heroine, after all. And I love her.
Hi there! I was curious what you thought was the symbolic importance of Chihaya no longer seeing her "chihaya" card anymore and then the scene where she is playing Arata and sees Taichi and remembers Taichi as a child and her looking at him when she was playing Arata in his room when they were kids right before Arata moved? Sorry for the long question. I hope you understand what I mean!