wannabe much

anonymous asked:

will you show us the niu angst?

Please, you always get all the angst.

How Niu ended up disappearing eventually. Or, as the document was named, “Oh honey, if only you knew what he did to his co-worker’s coffee”.

[2009, summer]

The small print on the business card is swimming in front of their eyes. They blink a few times, try to focus their vision. They wish Aydan was still here - he could read the phone number for them. But then again, if Aydan was still here, they would not be in this position in the first place.

They try to shove the thought away, because thinking about Aydan only ever makes them sad - they have heard nothing from him, have heard nothing from him for almost four months now, and they can’t bring it over themselves to call or text him, either. They had said some horrible things, and Aydan himself had been rather clear, too - “I don’t want you in my life anymore. At least not right now.” Who are they to simply ignore that, to ignore Aydan’s boundaries?

I’m not Delilah, after all, they think, a bitter thought, and then they close their eyes and take a deep breath before looking at the business card again. They are able to make out to phone number now, but it takes them almost a whole minute to type it into their mobile phone correctly. They steady themselves against the wall and listen to the monotone dial sound and then the beeping. The phone is answered after only three or four seconds.

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I didn’t think the Rizzoli & Isles writers could get more pathetic, but geez, I really should know better by now.

Are they seriously making us believe that Maura would casually stroll around alone in the dark at a deserted crime scene close to midnight? Really?

Let’s see:

Maura was already kidnapped at work. She was already kidnapped / attacked by someone who pretended to love her. Her best friend was already kidnapped in front of her house. Her best friend and her stupid brother were already held hostage at home. Maura has a mobster father whose enemies already killed her half-brother and would not hesitate to kill her, too. Maura saw even cops play dirty and kill witnesses. She already had to examine numerous bodies of people found dead in dark alleys. She was once set up for a murder she didn’t commit and almost ended up in jail. She was suspended because someone was messing with her. She was the victim of identity theft. Her house was once invaded and trashed by criminals. And most recently, her best friend’s apartment mysteriously burned down and her closest colleague got brutally murdered.

And you’re telling me that this woman with an IQ of 160+ would naively wander around in the dark all by herself without backup instead of calling Jane from the car to figure out what’s going on?


A few years ago, a friend and I drove through D.C. at night. It was only 8 p.m. but it was already dark and we needed to stop to look at the map. When we did, my friend – a tall guy who is quite capable of defending himself – actually paused and locked the car doors from inside. Just to be safe. Neither of us had lived through even half the shit that Maura had to deal with in the last few years.

But you’re telling me that a fragile woman like Maura with all her past experiences would ignore any and all safety precautions? Alone in the dark? Close to midnight? At a deserted crime scene?


This is the definition of lazy and incompetent writing. Characters and backstory and realistic behavior get thrown over board just because the writers need to get to their next plot point.

And let’s not even go into the fact that they’re pulling the same shit like last year when Nash herself already spoiled the whole bridge-jumping scene before it even aired. 

What a farce.

  • What she says: im fine
  • What she means: how did hannibal think this Europe getaway with himself, abigail and will would work? Abigail didnt even like will and thought he was creepy and too much a wannabe replacement for her father, how would the two of them living together work at all? Think of the tension and abigail shooting down all his awkward attempts. Think of her now however many month Stockholm syndrome dependence to hannibal and then just throwing in will, who will most certainly be super clingy after getting her back after thinking he lost her. How will her interaction with him work after surely being attuned and more or less programmed to operate solely around hannibal for these months or however long it lasted? The only way i could see him getting around that would be brainwashing her into accepting will as apart of this family hannibal is building, maybe placing good memories in place of the bad ones before reintroducing the two. Without brainwash i sincerely dont believe the dynamic between the three of them would run smoothly, and the friction and tension between will and abigail would drive a severe wedge in this 'family' idea hannibal had planned. I mean as smart as hannibal is and observant he had to see abigail wasnt comfortable around will, how did he plan on this working out?