Some may remember, a while back I asked for examples of your favorite Destiel episodes of SPN (this open response survey was done during the hiatus between 12x08 and 12x09 - so BEFORE SPN came back. It did not include 12x09, 12x10, 12x11, or 12x12, though I’m sure that almost every one of them would probably also be on the list now… haha)
My main reason for doing this was to see which episodes people MOST associated as Destiel episodes, and then compare the writers and directors of those episodes, to see if there was a trend in who was more likely to write or direct an episode that we deem as a “destiel episode”.
The criteria for it being a “destiel episode” was literally just… any episode that, when you thought of destiel, THOSE episodes were screaming out to you. Any and all of them.
I’ve accepted the fact that the
characters portrayals of A Summer Day’s Dream will never be my cup of tea at all and I finally watched episode 3
and it’s just so . beautiful. especially the final scene…
the colours and backgrounds and music are gorgeous as always and the characters’ anatomy and the animation have improved so much and there’s -actual- plot… and a good one at that…… it’s giving me all the Feels 13 yo me felt when they watched ep 1 for the very first time and I’m so happy ;__;
Congratulations! After a particularly gruesome try-out sessions, the administration is proud to announce to you the newest members of this year’s Quidditch Teams! Please do be aware that you must consult with Madam Hooch first in order to reserve the Quidditch Pitch for practices, and she will not tolerate intimidation tactics. Anyone caught using the Quidditch Pitch without proper permission from their captains or Head of Houses will be appropriately punished.
THE REASON YOONGI HAS BEEN COVERING HIS FACE SO MUCH AT THE AIRPORT RECENTLY IS BECAUSE HES BEEN WORKING SO HARD ON HIS MIXTAPE AND YALL KNOW THAT MEANS HE HASNT BEEN SLEEPING HE TRIED TO COVER IT UP BUT BOY I SEE THRU U
Combining a dull terrorism investigation with leaden comedy, faux spirituality and an ill-advised honky-tonk dance sequence, Monday’s fifth episode of “The X-Files” reboot is arguably one of the most misguided entries in the series’ history. Not since Kathy Griffin guest-starred in the notoriously unfunny seventh season episode “Fight Club” has the show missed the mark this far in terms of tone and style.
“The X-Files” Episode 5 Recap: Babylon Falls, Variety