Let’s appreciate this a little more


parts 1 to 4 in one video

comic by @joeybendydrew

What angers me most about today’s episode is that it’s made aaron look dumb, naive and deluded when.. he’s really not?? his decision to try and forgive robert and the way he went about it was so brave and mature, it was based on a lot of honesty, introspection and the listening and understanding of robert’s pov while expressing his own freely. It was also based on the fact that he knows robert better than anyone, he knows the very best and the very worst of him, he didn’t just “discover robert’s real nature” or whatever..
Frankly it’s just so sad to see him reduced to a naive victim after being given so much agency in yesterday’s episodes.


This man is such a blessing??

“[The Walt Disney Studios in the 1950s] was a fabulous place to work. […] Everybody there seemed so relaxed and involved with the creative process. And Walt was very accessible. That was one of the best surprises: that he was around, you saw him. He would come down at lunchtime and go to the line at the cafeteria, the large studio cafeteria. He would sit with whomever, wherever there was free space at the table.”

– Kathryn Beaumont, the voice of Walt Disney’s Alice In Wonderland


myth x ladies of hannibal :  nemesis x margot verger

   And you should fear the vengeance
   of the gods, the wrath,
   the unforgotten wrath of


“When Mr. Disney first planned One Hundred and One Dalmatians, he called me to the Studio to read for the role of Cruella de Vil. As I was sitting with him at a table at the studio, he was reading the role of Anita and I was trying very hard to be Cruella de Vil. But I knew it wasn’t working because I was too young and it wasn’t right. As I heard him read the role of Anita, I knew that I was right for Anita, but how could I possibly tell the great Walt Disney that he had brought me in and had made a mistake?!

“So, I became brave enough to tell him and I said, ‘Excuse me, sir. Would you mind if I try to read the role of Anita? I’m much more Anita than I am Cruella.’ And he said, ‘Let’s try that!’ So, we reversed the roles. He read Cruella and I read Anita, and indeed I was Anita. And I still feel like Anita all these many years later!”

– Lisa Davis, the voice of Anita Radcliff from Disney’s 101 Dalmatians