❝My experiences in love have taught me difficult lessons, especially my experiences with crazy love. The red relationships. The ones that went from zero to a hundred miles per hour and then hit a wall and exploded. And it was awful. And ridiculous. And desperate. And thrilling. And when the dust settled, it was something I’d never take back. Because there is something to be said for being young and needing someone so badly, you jump in head first without looking. And there’s something to be learned from waiting all day for a train that’s never coming. And there’s something to be proud of about moving on and realizing that real love shines golden like starlight, and doesn’t fade or spontaneously combust. Maybe I’ll write a whole album about that kind of love if I ever find it. But this album is about the other kids of love that I’ve recently fallen in and out of. Love that was treacherous, sad, beautiful, and tragic. But most of all, this record is about love that was red.❞ // October 22, 2012
Not much I can say because there are a lot of things I wanna see, but, I have no guarantee they’re coming specifically in season 5 yet. We don’t exactly have promo material for that at this juncture.
I’m massively excited to see Lotor interacting with the paladins. In particular I’d really like to know where for sure Lotor was ten thousand years ago, and how and when he got here.
I’m also, at bare minimum, very interested to see where this all goes with the generals. There’s the future promise of Sincline to tell us that things will work out, somehow- and I think if they’re gonna have Lotor pull away from Voltron at some point, the other Sincline pilots are probably going to be how it happens. Because, honestly, Lotor is way too smart to walk back into Zarkon’s arms if he could ever possibly help it.
Zarkon has no actual leverage to make him want to stay. Lotor’s given up on him and Haggar actually caring about him a long time ago, and conversely it’s a very clear reality to him they want to hurt him.
But the generals? I could see Lotor burning a pretty impressive bridge if he feels like it will get him back in with the generals. And while I’m not sure what context would pull on that- I doubt the generals themselves would necessarily without an outside pressure acting on them- it’s sure interesting to think about. And, given the nature of this show, I think it’s a given that 1. we’re gonna see Sincline assembled in proper, and 2. we’re probably gonna see Sincline and Voltron brawl, at least once, because this show has a keen sense of what’s cool and two Voltrons duking it out is pretty dang cool.
Now- I don’t think all that’s going to happen in s5/6 alone, but we definitely might build in that direction.
Synopsis: So I got sucked into Charity and Vanessa on Emmerdale because Charity is and always has been amazing, and @thegirl20 is an enabler. I have no idea whether this is even remotely accurate but I just wanted to write something. So here it is. Thoughts. Stuff.
Half the time, Charity doesn’t really mean the things she says. Some of the time, she even regrets them. She sharpens her edges with cruelty and an attitude she’s perfected over years of disappointment. Now it’s so finely honed, it’s almost involuntary. It feels like self-harm, the way she keeps cutting herself on a blade of words but she can’t stop. People expect it now - she slices through all their crap with a sting of truth. She knows they probably hate her.