this is like one of my favourite tv scenes ever

My Ten Year Old Brother Watches Teen Wolf 2x01 – “Omega”

Ever since my little brother sat down to watch the last episode of season one on Christmas Day, he’s been very eager to watch season two. (Note: He covers his eyes during sex/gory scenes, which I tell him to do, I also mute the tv)

My brother does not know who I ship; all he knows is who my favourite character is -Stiles.

Quotes from my brother about tonight’s episode:

“Why is Stiles at the hospital? Lydia doesn’t even like him, where’s Jackson?”

“Ha, Stiles broke the vending machine!!” *turns to me* “That’s something you’d do.”

Originally posted by gifs-of-stiles

“Ugh, why is Lydia’s bath water dirty? Ah..There’s hair in it!!!” *covers his eyes* “I’m never taking a bath again!!!” *looks* “Oh, she was imaging it, but now she’s gone outside naked…weird.”

“Why does Stiles know all these things about Lydia? It’s creepy…he doesn’t even know her.” (Ha my brother is ten and he’s already hating on Strdia…hehehe)

Originally posted by isakivaltersen

“Are Allison and Scott together, like boy and girlfriend?” *I nod* “Good, they are really cute….they don’t die do they?” *I shield my face, so he doesn’t find out Allison’s death*

Originally posted by tw-gif

“Jackson is a werewolf!!! Wait, no he isn’t? He’s dying!!!! Derek, stop being a weirdo!!!”

Originally posted by berezneva-tw

“Why does Stiles care about Lydia so much??? I thought Jackson was her boyfriend” *I explain that they broke up and Stiles went to prom with Lydia* “Well, I like Jackson and Lydia, like Allison and Scott.

Guys my brother ships Scallison and Jydia!!!

“Who do like together?” *I don’t mention seasons past the ones he has watched*

My answer: I like Allison and Scott, I like Stiles and Derek.

“Stiles and Derek…..interesting, they talk more than Lydia and Stiles, I like it too!!”

MY BROTHER LIKES STEREK

“Allison’s Grandpa is strange….if it hurts Scott, I’ll kill him” - he’s protective over his favourite character

“I loved this episode, but WHY WAS THERE NO LACROSSE???

Part 2 is up now!!!
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↳ no more kid stuff. i wish you could have the childhood i had, but that’s not going to happen. people are gonna die. i’m gonna die. mom. there’s no way you can ever be ready for it. i try to be, but i can’t. the best we can do now is avoid it as long we can. keep one step ahead. i wish i had something better to say, something more profound. my father was good like that. but i’m tired, son.

THAT WAS THE BEST HOUR OF TELEVISION I HAVE EVER WATCHED, PERIOD.

NOT ONLY WAS EVERY SINGLE MINUTE INTENSE, BUT THE FINAL 5 MINUTES WAS MY FAVOURITE SCENE OF ANY TV SHOW EVER.

THAT FINAL SCENE WITH ANNALISE AND THE GANG IN THE ROOM, I WAS QUITE LITERALLY ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT.

I’ve NEVER seen an episode of a TV show where I was feeling scared, happy, intense and VERY emotional ALL SIMULTANEOUSLY AT THE ONE TIME.

AND THEN THE BIG REVEAL IN THE FINAL SECOND. That in itself blows away the whole plot of CeCe is A.

HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER MAKES PRETTY LITTLE LIARS LOOK LIKE A SHOW FOR FOUR YEAR OLDS.

anonymous asked:

hey babe, I'm just wondering what your favourite Clexa scene is?

This is rough but imma have to go with:

Originally posted by etherealchilds

This shook me down to my core. I’ve never seen anything like this on television. I’ve never felt this way while watching a scene. Sure, plenty of scenes from plenty of show have touched me deeply; have moved me, but this scorched my soul. It’s one of the most important scenes I’ve ever seen. Here is a character who has betrayed another character and she isn’t acting entitled, or smug, or frustrated Clarke hasn’t forgiven her in 2.5 seconds. Here she is laying everything on the line. Here she is giving everything she is able to give without asking for a single thing in return. This vow holds no strings. No conditions whatsoever. She needs nothing from Clarke except her safety. This isn’t just my favorite Clexa scene, it might just be my favorite scene in the history of television.