1) Jack is tweeting for Bitty thru his whole final paper fiasco, and he says Bitty says he’s excited for jam in GA.
2) dec. 20: “Surprising your boyfriend like”
3) dec. 22: Tweets about Jack’s shower.
4) dec. 25: “today: dinner with former teammates and a falconer”
5) dec. 26: boxing day brunch
6) dec 27: emotional saying goodbye.
Guys. Bitty totally faked Jack out. He made Jack believe he was going home to Georgia for Christmas, and then he SHOWED UP ON JACK’S DOORSTEP ON THE 20TH AND said “SURPRISE” AND THEY SPENT CHRISTMAS TOGETHER.
So, Michele, how obsessed with Emil would you say you are?
Emil Nekola? He's just a friend of mine, I'm not obsessed at all. I mean,- *trips* *hundreds of photos of Emil spill from his pockets* Those aren’t mine, I swear; I’m just holding them for an acquaintance. *desperately gathering up photos* No, I'm serious, he's only my friend- *thousands more photos scatter across the floor* fuck hang on a second. juST LISTEN
Okay, can we talk about this scene for a moment? Because I noticed something after finishing the show.
Here we have Victor asking Yuri if he would like a photo with him, which many would believe (at first) that he simply mistook Yuri as a fan. But after episode 10, I don’t think that’s the case.
Think about it, this is when all the skaters are heading towards the airport, or however they’re getting home, which means the banquet would have likely taken place sometime before then. (Edit: after the competition but before everyone went home)
The banquet, where this happened.
Victor is more perceptive than most people let on. He knew what he was asking, and to whom he was asking. You don’t simply forget a face like that. But wait–there’s more.
You see, Yuri was obviously drunk. Victor knew that, everyone knew that. But what Victor didn’t know, was whether or not Yuri remembered what happened that night at the banquet.
He wasn’t just asking Yuri if he would like a photo with him, more like, “Would you like a photo to add to the dozen I already have?”
you know how Xehanort has the whole “kingly” symbolism going for him, presumably the parallel to Sora’s king symbolism? (the “medieval/knight” theme of BBS, his armor, his usurping Ansem the Wise, now ruling the Castle that Never Was, his lion-themed Keyblade [yes, it’s a lion, not a goat, it was confirmed a long time ago], the list goes on)
WELL I JUST REALIZED
that all four Land of Departure wielders
aka the pawns he used and threw away according to his needs