this is probably my favorite scene ever

My best of winter 2017

Kuzu no honkai

Originally posted by sairenji

Personally I was quite thrilled for this one since I was folowing the manga. The wait was worth it

Reasons to see it

  1. Great story
  2. Beatiful visuals and art
  3. The ost is so onpoint like damn
  4. The damn feels
  5. I will give you a 5 cmx second vibe sometimes
  6. GREAT CHARACHTER DEVOLPMENT
  7. The human strugles about love are so real
  8. The really hot nsfw scenes lol



Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon

Originally posted by kyotouryuu

Ok I was literally expecting nothing from this anime , moe appart ofc . And It actually turned to be one ot the most batiful slice of life/ comedy I’ve seen in a while

Reasons to see it:

  1. Great charachters
  2. I will make you laugh out loudly ad give you some hapiness
  3. The osts and the gags
  4. Some good lessons about life and stuggles

And the most important reason

Originally posted by kyotouryuu

Whatch it for this godess. Literally lol


Little Witch Academia

Originally posted by jihen

My dark horse of the season. I just love this anime and the vibe it gives so much. Expecially ako and her expressions. Precious child.

  Reasons to whatch it:

  1. One of the best female leads
  2. The great sucy ( we all know she is best girl)
  3. The simple but yet great animation
  4. The comedy that alys hides some deep messagge behind it
  5. Whatch it you want to fall in love with magic and innocence

  Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu: Sukeroku Futatabi-hen



Originally posted by cutefujoshiyaoi

The first season hooked me up. the second one made meworship and love it. Seriously what a magnificent anime

Reason to whatch it:

  1. This is a little masterpiece, You don’t really need more than this lol
  2. Great and unprecditable drama
  3. Memorabe characters
  4. Amazing animation
  5. Best opening I’ve seen in a while. One of my all time favorite op
  6. The feels are real and will et you alive

PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND GO WHATCH THIS


3-gatsu no Lion

Originally posted by lilium

This anime once again proved me that underrated anime are the best. This anime strugges are so real that it just breaks your heart. Once again umino chika (Hachimitsu to clover) lived up to her name

Reason to whatch it:

  1. Rei. One of the best devolved protagonist I’ve seen
  2. His problems are so deep and real you can’t help to cheer for him
  3. Great side characters and  charachter devolpment
  4. Amazing art
  5. Great balance betwen comedy/seriousness/sad scenes
  6. Come for the charachters and stay for the feels

Gintama

Originally posted by mirayama

Hands down to one of the most beatiful shonen’s ever made. You don’t need the sad past from the 1 episode to pity the charachters . Afer 400 episodes is more epic

As the precedent arc Gintama was the anime that made me laugh and cry more than everything. The  great balance between commedy and serious scenes is what makes gintama so special.

You don’t need reasons to go and whatch this. Just do it , you will thank me later. It’s probably better than any overated shonen anime like one piece ( yeah I said one piece) , Fairy tale, and even Naruto which I love with all my hear.

-My favorite part of the season was about zura’s bacstory and fight scene. I already loved him but the deepness sorachi added to him left me spechless.


Originally posted by yorozuya-kagura

Probably one of my FAVORITE carefully worded scenes from the show:

Because you KNOW when she asks that, she’s really asking: “Are you going to insist that your husband find a way to kill and eat me? Will? William? You little shit- What do you KNOW?! Has he said something? Did you tell him I was snarky to you? Cuz I only sass back when I’m sassed upon! You started it! WILL? PlEAse AsWEr mY QuEStIOnS WiLlIAm CuZ I’vE GoT TwO LegS ThaT’s OnE exTRa LeG i DoN’T neED-!”

This show has the most precisely phrased script ever and I will fight-Kill-EAT anyone who says differently.

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A Richonne Ranking: 40 Moments
[23] Toothpaste – The Next World, 6x10

Now this, this is the show I want to watch: casual co-parenting in the apocalypse. The Next World is probably my favorite episode ever. It’s bookended by two perfect Richonne scenes, starting with this one, which serves to effectively reset the narrative after Carl’s near fatal gunshot wound. If you were anticipating dramatic aftermath, tough luck! We got ourselves some heavy domesticity instead! What a timely reminder to us all of how slight the shift will be when Richonne becomes official. In about… ooh, 40 minutes. Set your watches.

Michonne’s never been more relaxed onscreen than in this moment, robe-clad and grinning away as she rolls her head from Rick to Carl. (And just look at the way she watches Rick with Judith in the eighth gif.) Likewise, Rick is in embarrassing dad mode without a care in the world. We see two people who are exactly where they’re supposed to be. She even says to him, in some high-key flirting, “You be good out there.” The sweet little hand touch as they walk away reminds me of tennis doubles players between points; they don’t need to stop and check in with each other – they’re on the same page without words. And for one playful extra detail, as if to support my unnecessary tennis analogy, the ball gets passed back to Michonne just at the very last second. It’s in her court now.

  • Danai: The bonding of [almost losing Carl in No Way Out] and the fact they have a newly formed life now — it’s two months later, they get Carl back, and they’re able to rebuild Alexandria. Rick transformed as well. He’s able to take on all that Deanna used to say and that Michonne would encourage him to believe — to come to Alexandria and consider himself one of these people. He’s now much more hopeful and I think that’s something that appeals to Michonne as well. They’re in a place where they can actually allow their hearts to express themselves. Things are stable and better, they have a new lease on life.
  • Andy: It makes complete sense. It was that sort of domesticated, familial relaxation between old friends.

anonymous asked:

I have this super fluffy headcanon (that I would just love if you wrote but it's okay if you dont!!!) So you know the ONE thing that CF yuuri will probably lose to? A tickle fight. And one day victor just all out ATTACKS yuuri and tries to get him to call uncle. Except THEN yuuri suddenly pokes victor's foot or something and apparently victor's secretly ticklish in just that ONE spot. So he ends up losing the fight anyway. So Yuuri wins. Again. #TEAMYUURI5EVER #ALLHAILTHEKING

“You think you’re hilarious, don’t you?”

Yuuri shifts on his lofted bed, cross-legged and pushing up his glasses with an expression of pure innocence. “Huh?”

Victor puts his arms akimbo and examines his gift-wrapped pencil. And laptop. And backpack. And even his bed frame, for crying out loud, and how much tape had Yuuri used? All of his textbooks are wrapped. His pillow is wrapped. Every item in his messy desk is wrapped. The paper is blue and purple.

“Merry Christmas?” Yuuri adds.

Yuuri wants a reaction. Victor knows that.

(So, naturally, he doesn’t react.)

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Shadowhunter Family Mottoes: Blackstairs Edition

1-Lightwood: “We mean well.”

2-Herondale: “Chiseled but angsty?”/ “If you don’t know what your last name is, it’s probably Herondale.”

3-Carstairs: “We have a sword.”/ “Blunt instruments are for losers.”

4-Morgenstern: “When in doubt, start a war?”/ “Has even one of us ever been any good, like ever, seriously.”


I absolutely ADORED this scene between Emma and Jules and need more of it.
Btw’s my favorite quote was the 2nd Herondale one.

Originally posted by haidaspicciare

anonymous asked:

hi leda! did you see the jethan clip? what do you think?

Unpopular opinion apparently, but I thought it was fun as fuck. 

Aside from Stiles’ FBI bit, that scene was the best part of 6b so far, and it felt like earlier seasons before the show thought it was dark and gritty. They actually had fun with it, and now I really want a show about Jackson and Ethan arguing about everything while classical music plays in the background. Will they ever actually make it to one of the shows they’re constantly buying tickets to? Probably not! But they’re going to keep buying tickets just in case.

(I also fucking love when huge fights are going on and the characters only care about their furniture getting wrecked. That’s one of my favorite tropes and I relate to it so hard when I watch action movies where historic buildings are getting destroyed.)

(I also really fucking love classical music or ballads playing over very violent things, so that scene was targeting my exact demographic.)

Is the relationship a little out of left field? Sure, but it’s not completely outside the realm of possibility. Jackson always seemed just as concerned with being attractive to men as Stiles did, and it makes sense for Danny to have told Ethan, “Dude, you’re a werewolf and my best friend is going through some werewolf shit alone in London. Here’s his number. I’m going to MIT.” 

Also, I can’t wait to write these two bougie assholes into everything. @petals42 and I have already had a grand ole time coming up with fun bits based off this, including:

  • Jackson and Ethan My Fair Lady-ing werewolves who need help, getting them in control, classing them up a bit with lovingly snobby comments, and sending them on their way
  • Super snobby Jackson having to work with FBI Stiles whose life outside of work is a mess, and judging everything about his shitty and cheap apartment and belongings
  • Stiles’ apartment getting wrecked by the monster of the week and Jackson replacing his cheap IKEA stuff with really nice dishes and furniture, not because he’s nice, but because he knows that Stiles will be so fucking pissed about having to take care of them
  • Lydia studying abroad at Oxford, and on Sundays, she meets up with Jackson and Ethan to have brunch and they take the most obnoxiously bougie selfies they possibly can to send to Stiles just to annoy him
  • Sometimes they pop down to Paris to meet Isaac, and he’s bought a bourree specifically for these selfies because he knows how much Stiles will hate it
  • Stiles raising his eyebrows at Jackson, who glares back and says, “I’m bi.” Stiles nods and says, “Cool, me too.”

And one last bit that’s been bugging me: 

No, it’s not the bi Stiles everyone has been hoping for, but I don’t think it’s a bad thing if Colton’s experience with coming out influenced this part of Jackson. Dylan’s anxiety influenced Stiles’ character, they wrote his pillow into the show and everyone thought that was adorable. 

I don’t see it as a slight to his acting abilities, or blurring the line between character and real life. I see it as a nod to what he went through being in the closet while on the show, and how that affected him. I’m sure they talked over everything with him, made sure it was something he wanted to do, and if it gives the guy some closure on a difficult part of his life? Great! The show’s a genuine clusterfuck this season, might as well do one positive thing with it!

(Also this fandom has been insisting that Jackson’s bi as fuck ever since that scene where he was grinding on both Erica and Isaac, so I don’t know what the fuck we’re all complaining about here.)

anonymous asked:

What's your favorite moment from Supergirl's season 2 so far ?

Alex’s coming out speech to Maggie at the bar. I’ve always had a love for this show ever since it premiered, but this scene brought it to the obsession levels you see from me today. 

I love a lot of the story elements this season - Superman, Cadmus, the Luthors, alien amnesty, the Martians, Kara making punching bags out of blocks of concrete, etc. - but let’s be real. Alex’s journey is probably the crown jewel of Supergirl season 2. 

The timing and context have personal significance to me. I came out at almost the exact same time that season 2 started airing. I had no idea this storyline was going to happen, let alone with my favorite character on the show. 

The relationship with Maggie was teased for a few episodes, but the scene at the bar was the first real indication of just how well written and well acted this story was going to be done, and how seriously it was going to be treated on the show. It blew my mind. Most people reference the following episode where Alex formally came out, but this is the moment that will always stick out to me. As someone a little bit older who is just coming out, and who has spent much of her life taking care of her sisters and putting a little too much energy into trying to be perfect, this speech hit very close to home. 

Wow, that turned out to be a way more loaded question than I expected. 

If I’m being entirely honest, not only is the FS scene from Tuesday’s episode my favorite FS scene ever, at least to me it’s probably the most beautiful moment in television history.

Just look at it. Every member of the team looks in at Fitz, and each one passes him by, unable to reconcile what they saw in the framework to who he really is.

But Simmons stops. She’s believed in him the whole time. She believed when he killed Agnes and Mace, she believed when he shot her, she believed when he told her she meant nothing to him, she believed when everyone else told her not to.

And when Fitz looks at Jemma, he thinks he sees someone who will never look at him the same way ever again. He can’t bear to look at her, see her disappointment. But when Jemma looks at Fitz, she knows she’s seeing the real Fitz- her Fitz- for the first time.

She comes in, she doesn’t say anything- what do you say to someone who’s lost so much?

Fitz starts to cry almost as soon as Jemma puts her hand on his shoulder, and it’s not like anytime he’s cried before. In the past, when Fitz has cried, it’s been mostly silent, a few tears running down his face, but in this moment when he cries he sobs. ( Note: this is the moment I also begin to cry.)
When she puts her hand on his shoulder, it’s become their little code- it means “I’m here for you”. Fitz is crying out of guilt and shame- after everything he’s done, she still believes in him? Simmons starts crying too, but not only out relief- the look on her face is of pain- she’s crying because she can’t bear to see him this way. (Another note: This is the moment where I have gone through an entire box of tissues)

Fitz is at his lowest point. He believes he’s lost everything that’s mattered to him- his genius has been used against him, he’s lost his friends, his goodness, Jemma- everything.

Then Simmons walks in. She puts her hand on his shoulder and holds him close to her, as if to whisper-“Not everything.

fukurodaniace-deactivated201705  asked:

I have to ask - top 5 Bokuto moments!! :D

top 5 bokuto moments bc hes my son and i love your account 💕💕

THE TIME HAS COME. I’m overwhelmed because doing a top 5 for my favorite character is possibly the most difficult thing ever. There are so many things, so many moments, everything he does it’s so important to me…but somehow I have to choose. In this case too, I decided to NOT use scenes from the manga that would spoil the non-readers…but we’ll have to update this as soon as Cats vs Owls airs! 

1. His speech to Tsukishima. Probably the most famous speech in the whole Haikyuu series, for sure it’s my favorite. This is the essence of who Bokuto is as a person, of how self aware he is, how hard he works, how he sees the world. Bokuto with this single speech changed EVERYTHING for Tsukishima, he gave away a life changing lesson, just for the sake of helping a kid who’s not even his kouhai. He just has the biggest heart of gold ever. 

2. When he taught Hinata the feint. Or the moment Bokuto chose Hinata to be his son disciple. This is another example of how Bokuto goes out of his way to make other people improve, no matter that this very person managed to turn this attack against his own team. When it comes to Hinata, Bokuto is always immensely proud, their relationship is honestly one of the purest thing ever happened in Haikyuu history 

3. When he recovered from the dejected mode. This spike is frankly breathtaking. This was such a delicate moment from Bokuto, and everything from the set up, to the support of all the Fukurodani members, to the ear-splitting sound it made, to Bokuto’s scream and his expression right after, to Akaashi’s petty smirk…is just…ICONIC. 

4. Every time he hits a cross spike my soul just leaves my body and ascends. He’s just so majestic. *cough* chapter 195 of the manga *cough* 

5. HEY HEY HEY™ (yes every single one of them)

Originally posted by randomyelly

- bonus: BOKUTO’S GLORIOUS BUM #BLESSED

Originally posted by bokutoisbae

There are so many things I want to say about him, but I’ll just state the obvious once more: BOKUTO KOUTAROU, I LOVE YOU TO THE MOON AND BACK 

Thank you for your message!

Ask me my top 5 things!

i just have a lot of feelings about steve harrington and i want to get them out so here’s a list of reasons (apart from the obvious ones) i love him

  • “hello ladies”: literally the best entrance to a scene in the history of tv
  • his jump into the pool aka how to be Extra™
  • literally he’s so extra all of the time
  • he definitely has two different pairs of Nike Cortez shoes, no idea why, but they look good as hell
  • “hey, i had a good time” like honestly that line managed to make nancy so much more confident and happy and like honestly that line is probably my favorite of his and nobody ever talks about it
  • shout out to him for not going along with the two jokes tommy makes about jonathan killing will like he knew that shit was fucked up
  • the way he invites nancy to a movie to get her mind off of barb for a bit
  • when he gets the hint that nancy doesn’t wanna talk to him and it obviously hurts him a bit but hes just like “i should go” and totally respects her and stays casual to not upset her
  • when he runs to nancy’s window he literally pops his collar first, gotta look cool for the ladies
  • when he looks at nancy right before she slaps him like wow he’s in so much pain thanks for those emotions joe keery
  • every? single? time? he? looks? at? nancy??? wow he loves that girl
  • have you seen his hair
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Black Mirror -1x02 “Fifteen Million Merits”

You pull a face and poke it towards the stage and la-di-da we sing and dance and tumble around and all you see up here, it’s not people, you don’t see people up here, it’s all fodder. And the faker the fodder is the more you love it because fake fodder’s the only thing that works anymore, fake fodder is all that we can stomach — actually not quite all. Real pain, real viciousness, that we can take. Yeah, stick a fat man up a pole and we’ll laugh ourselves feral cause we’ve earned the right, we’ve done cell time and he’s slacking the scum so ha ha ha at him. Cause we’re so out of our minds with desperation we don’t know any better. All we know is fake fodder and buying shit. That’s how we speak to each other, how we express ourselves is buying shit. Show us something real and free and beautiful– you couldn’t. It’d break us, we’re too numb for it, our minds would choke. There’s only so much wonder we can bear, that’s why when you find any wonder whatsoever you dole it out in meager portions, and only then til it’s augmented and packaged and pumped through ten thousand pre-assigned filters, til it’s nothing more than a meaningless series of lights, while we ride day-in, day-out — going where? Powering what? All tiny cells in tiny screens and bigger cells in bigger screens and fuck you. Fuck you, that’s what it boils down to is fuck you. Fuck you and your spotlight and your sanctimonious faces and fuck you all, for taking the one thing I ever came close to anything real about anything.

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Science now performs miracles like the Gods of old. Creating life from blood cells, or bacteria, or a spark of metal. But they’re perfect creatures. And in that way, they couldn’t be less human. There are things machines will never do. They can not possess faith. They can not commune with God. They cannot appreciate beauty. They cannot create art. If they ever learn these things, they won’t have to destroy us. They’ll be us

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Juste la fin du Monde (2016) - Xavier Dolan

5 bullets on this film:

  • Xavier Dolan is my favorite director. He is the Eight Wonder of the World™ and we should protect him at all costs. HOWEVER, probably because I love him so much, I was expecting more from this film. It’s still a really good movie, but if you compare it to Mommy or to Les Amours Imaginaires, it’s a bit flat. I think it could be compared to Tom à la Ferme, because of the simple plot and really intense dysfunctional family scenes. If you’ve ever been away from your family you will like this movie, because it shows how things really are when you get back home. You will probably cry though.
  • The acting is amazing. ALL of the actors really impressed me, and I don’t feel like writing about them individually because they were all perfect, so I would have to write the names of the entire cast. The characters are very complex and dislikable, but they are real, so you end up feeling like you know them.
  • I COULD WRITE A NOVEL ABOUT HOW MUCH I LOVE THE DIALOGUES IN XAVIER DOLAN’S MOVIES. If he directed a 3 hour long conversation between two people talking about gasoline prices, I would watch that and probably would still end up crying.
  • I don’t think I need to mention the cinematography and the soundtrack, right? 
  • This movie may seem boring and pointless and blah blah blah, but it’s not. The beauty of this film is on the subtlety of the details. The gestures and the glances of the characters, the colours of the scenes, the music, EVERYTHING makes this film unique.

anghraine  asked:

Top five things about Luke Skywalker :D

Okay friend, well I hope you are prepared for an explosion of feelings here.

1. His character arc. I adore Luke at all stages of his character development (and tbh I really have no patience for people who talk about “whiny Luke”). I love him because he goes the whole journey - from this relatively inexperienced, but still profoundly earnest young man to someone who is wise and compassionate and absolutely himself. I love that his journey is hard-fought. He’s a fundamentally good person, yes, and that’s one of my fave things about him too, but he’s not this naturally all-forgiving incarnation of compassion. His compassion is burning and hard as the twin suns, and he works at it, makes a conscious decision to live that way, and has to keep re-making that decision, over and over and over again, often in the face of what everyone around him is telling him. And he makes that decision because he’s been through the depths, because he survived the annihilation of self that was Bespin for him, and he came back out from the underworld, carrying with him the knowledge of death and resurrection. He has one of the best executed mythical story arcs out there.

2. His earnestness. I mentioned that above, too, but I gotta mention it again. I really love characters who are just unapologetically decent, earnest people - people who care, people who dedicate themselves wholeheartedly to what they believe in, people who are idealistic and live their lives in that idealism, who are often wrongly assumed to be naive or foolish or unrealistic because they choose to believe in the goodness of humanity. Luke is all of those things, and often in spite of what quite a lot of people would consider evidence to the contrary, and I love him for it.

3. His goofiness. Characters who are all of the things listed above and also enormous dweebs are my greatest weakness of all. I said that the scene where they’re captured by Ewoks and Luke is just giggling behind his hand as Threepio insists he’s not allowed to impersonate a deity is one of my favorite Luke scenes ever. I was not exaggerating.

I don’t think Luke is much of a prankster, though he probably enjoys other people’s pranks. But I do think he’s probably (in)famous for his ridiculous puns. Han is constantly groaning about it. Leia is more likely to sigh fondly and say, “Well, that’s Luke.”

Things only get worse when he starts chatting more regularly with his father’s ghost. (Anakin’s jokes are awful. And I have a headcanon that ghost!Anakin, who is finally free for the first time in…ever, has really cut loose and is probably the kind of overly intense, overly dweeby person who’s just so awed by life and existence and everything that he’s caught in a state of constant wonder. And terrible jokes. But I digress.) Anyway, sometimes Luke passes on Anakin’s jokes, which always make Leia groan even more, and Han just stares incredulously every time, like, “Darth Vader told you that joke?! I refuse to believe that. It’s a fucking terrible joke.”

Then eventually Han and Leia have kids and Luke becomes the cheesy-but-awesome uncle, which is literally everything he ever wanted out of life.

Oops, I guess this became a headcanon entry. Oh well!

4. The way he interacts with Artoo and Threepio. Luke never seems to think of them as “just droids.” Even when he first meets them, he treats them like people with their own thoughts and experiences - thoughts and experiences that he is genuinely interested in learning about. His relationship with Artoo undergoes a character development arc all its own, just like his relationships with the biological characters, and I adore that. The way they talk to each other is just wonderful.

5. Luke is more Jedi than the Jedi. Or, to put it the way I’ve been saying it for years (and wow, it really is years now, what a horrifying thought!), he’s the only one who ever really gets it.

Say what you will about Anakin in AOTC, but I actually really like his definition of compassion there. And he claims it’s central to the Jedi way of life, but the cold hard truth is that we don’t see any prequel era Jedi ever actually living that way. Compassion is hard, so much harder than fighting, or even than controlling your own feelings. Compassion is knife-edged and burning like the sun, because true compassion makes you see - the other, and yourself.

In the first numbered point I talked about the journey into, and back out of, the underworld. In some ways I think Luke is the only one of the Jedi who actually makes the anabasis, the journey back from the depths. Everyone else gets stuck in that place of death. Anakin’s stuck-ness is most obvious, but Obi-Wan and Yoda, too, are trapped and largely powerless in their respective exiles. There’s no way forward for them. They can teach Luke, but all they can teach him is what they know, which is a binary, Dark and Light, good and evil absolutes, the fullest and final expression of which is Obi-Wan’s flat-out admission that they’ve trained Luke to kill his own father, because that’s the only choice.

None of the Old Republic Jedi ever could have done what Luke does, which is to throw away his sword and stop fighting. And I love that THAT is the moment when he says, “I am a Jedi” - that moment in which he is, in so many ways, acting least like the Jedi of old. There he is, a Jedi confronted with two Sith Lords, and his greatest action is to refuse to fight. Something that would have been literally unthinkable for any of the Jedi of the old Order. But not just “I am a Jedi,” no, he says, “I am a Jedi, like my father before me.” Everything about that statement is like a perfect antithesis of the old Jedi Order, from the words he says to the actions he takes along with them.

“This weapon is your life,” says Obi-Wan, and he makes it sound like a common Jedi aphorism. This weapon is your life, and Luke throws it away. Because Obi-Wan and Yoda and all the other Jedi were good, and they were wise, and they had millennia of tradition, and they were wrong.

So Luke throws away his lightsaber and rejects the binary understanding of reality, and that’s when Luke names himself, both a Jedi, and his father’s son.

And the thing is, he’s right. He is a Jedi. If compassion is central to a Jedi’s life, Luke Skywalker may very well be the only Jedi that has ever been.

anonymous asked:

You defended Missy claiming "comic relief" and "exposition" as genders as not being mocking of nonbinary genders. Would you mind explaining how you got this interpretation? I'm not picking I fight, it's just watching the episode I can only see negative explanations, but I'd rather try to believe a positive interpretation.

Well, this is how I see it:

Missy is in the midst of a meta, glib, affectionate mocking of Doctor Who. And basically, she mocks the gender roles of supporting figures in the show. The companion role has often been viewed as a device for exposition, asking the right questions for the Doctor to explain things. So for the women of the show, they get “exposition.” Men, well, there aren’t many male companions in modern years, but the likes of Harry Sullivan or Rory, and definitely Nardole, are generally played for the comic relief of the team, hence “comic relief.” If anything, the joke is about how narrow gender binary categories are and limiting within onscreen representation.

And I think, on the whole, this episode is tremendously positive towards gender fluidity, and I think this week in particular extended to nonbinary positivity. Really, I think, all the Moffat/Talalay finales have been. Death in Heaven had Missy and the Doctor saying being a queen would be good, Hell Bent had the General and the lovely two truths and a lie about the Doctor being a little girl. And now, we have the amazing rooftop scene with Bill and Twelve, which, honestly, is probably one of my favorite ever Doctor Who moments. I think it’s unambiguously positive.

The moment

In all stories, could be a tv show, but also in books, movies and mangas there is a moment when you know

you know you are f***d

when you start SHIPPING a pair

its beautiful and horrible at the same time cause

the ship could end well

or could leave you with a broken heart, a lot of salt and bitterness 

here are the 3 pairings that I love.

number 1 happened, number 2 was brutally DESTROYED by the author, and the last one is…in progress :>

 I wanted to make a small post about “the exact moment” in the manga when I started liking them 


1) Winry and Ed - fullmetal alchemist 



this page. This manga. Probably the best I ever read.

Ed is my favorite character. He is smart but his denial of his feelings to Winry makes him look like an idiot and I love it


2) Rukia and Ichigo - Bleach

for me bleach ended with chapter 423. no discussion needed. 

this scene is from chapter 20 (!!!!)

…and that’s when I started loving their dynamics, especially Rukia’s personality.

From the very beginning she was the one who understood him the most 

and then…..

I will NEVER understand why it ended in that way

N E V E R 


 3) Soma and Erina - Shokugeki no Soma

I started shipping them from here (chapter 89) before Erina’s huge character development


Their interactions are always funny, even if the author took so long to fit Erina in the narrative, her importance in the story was clear from chapter one.

She is the challenge Soma needs, and he is the one who  was able to“melt” her frozen heart 

BUT HE IS ALSO DENSE AS F**K  dammit author

ok I approve slow romance/plot progression but come on at this rate

when it will happen I’ll be like this

Originally posted by tv-shows-and-shet