tv show: kings

The next four years (at least) of America are going to be run by a man who’s entire campaign was based on hateful/racist rhetoric.

I don’t think we can meet his hate with more hate. I think we all need to follow this quote from Martin Luther King Jr:

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

And also this:

Originally posted by shawnhollenbach

Match his hate with your love. 

Match his anger with your patience. 

Match his darkness with your light. 

Be better than him. 

Be better than those who voted for him. 

Do not let yourself become defined by the negativity which has defined his campaign and in all likelihood will define his presidency.

Originally posted by 1996-lucas

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TV Shows of 2016

↳ 18/50. Galavant

Galavant’s second season was stronger, funnier, more heartbreaking and sillier than its first and the cancellation of the series is a real loss, there really wasn’t any other show quite like Galavant. What I loved about season two was the unlikely pairings such as Gareth and Queen Madalena and also King Richard’s journey from weak willed baddie in season one, to genuine hero and good guy. Timothy Omundson was outstanding as Richard and in a show of great actors and characters he still managed to stand out

I will miss you Galavant, where else I am going to get my musical comedy medieval fantasy fix from?