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Can we talk about the fact that there were already hints in ep1 for what happened to Makkachin in this episode?

I mean, this scene where Yuko shows the magazine to Yuri…

if you look closely at the interview…

Interviewer: Makkachin is quite a large dog, isn’t he?

Victor: He’s a standard poodle and I have him for 3 years now. He sleeps a lot, so that’s maybe why he became so large. Another reason (for his size) might be that he often steals and eats food. He’s really good at doing that without being noticed by me.


And apparently Makkachin’s bad habit hasn’t changed after 12 years…

Makkachin, you naughty boy!

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Can we take a moment to talk about Georgi though?

Because as hilarious as he and his antics may be (and God bless him, I love him), I think the show actually tells us more about him. And while it would also be easy to just write him off as an entitled douche or a creep through scenes like this one

I think there’s also more to him than that.

Honestly, more than anything I think his defining characteristic is that he is head over heels in love with a girl who just doesn’t feel the same, not to mention a girl that has already moved on and is already engaged iirc with her new boyfriend. It’s a tragic love story if you think about it.

Let’s go back to ep 6 to explore this. If we look back at their own photos, we can all see that Anya is clearly uncomfortable, but let’s also look at Georgi

He looks so happy and he obviously must also be proud of his girlfriend if he wants to share their pictures with the whole world (especially that it’s Anya herself who uploads them). I think that boy is so ridiculously in love with her that he’s blinded to the reality that she doesn’t even feel a small percentage of that for him.

Which is why he’s so heartbroken when she leaves him for her current boyfriend/fiance (and we even see a visual representation of this when he genuinely cries during his performance).

That’s what he portrays in his short program - the feeling of betrayal and wanting revenge. That much we already understood in episode 6. What’s interesting is that this bleeds over to episode 7.

Remember how he said that he’s an evil witch, casting a curse on Anya that will make her sleep for eternity? It’s clearly a sleeping beauty reference but my favorite thing is that he follows this up by wanting to be the prince who will save her in his free skate program on day 2 of the China Cup. (Good job, Georgi, very consistent.) Like, on one hand he wants her to repent and come groveling back to him and on the other he’s wiling to be the forgiving one, ‘the bigger person’, which is absolute fuckboy behavior I mean look at this guy

After all that happen he still thinks he can be her prince. Which you could say is just cocky and entitled and so so self-righteous, and yeah, it is, but let’s think about how much he must love her to get so desperate about wanting to keep her. Like yeah, it gets absolutely creepy later on, and it is definitely a twisted form of love, but I think he genuinely thinks that there’s a part of Anya that wants him back (poor boy)

Even seeing her happy in her instagram pictures, he thinks that some part of her wants him to save her and yeah, that’s not the case, but he’s so convinced that this girl who he loved so much wouldn’t just leave him that he’s coming up with any reasons he can to believe that she still has feelings for him.

And he does explicitly express his feelings:

In the end Anya rejects him (as she very well should) and he is so shaken that he messes up his program and doesn’t advance to the further stage of the Grand Prix Series.

All in all though, rather than saying he’s a fuckboy who thinks he’s entitled to a girl’s love and he’s the only one who can have it and will win it back (even when the girl in question has clearly moved on), I think it’s more accurate to say that he particularly loved Anya, perhaps considered her his true love or something of the like and that’s why he so desperately clung to his fantasy where she still loves him. And it’s sad - on multiple levels. One of them being the fact that he just can’t face reality and go on with his life and it’s just sad to watch someone who’s so delusional, another that he is actually heartbroken and is coming up with all of these reasons and excuses because it all hurts him so much.

Personally, I think Anya did the right thing by leaving him, especially that she’s happy now, but Georgi’s story definitely is a tragic one, whether or not you decide to treat it seriously.

I hope that one day we get to see him be happy.

“I didn’t want it to be my way. I wanted it to be ours. Me and you.”
“We’re still here. The two of us. We’re still standing.”

I’m still not over how Michonne specifies that “we” means her and Rick. Like a lot of characters, Michonne often speaks in plurals this way because family and solidarity are important themes of the show. And in the previous scenes like this, you can infer that while Rick and Michonne are having the conversation, the sentiments are equally applicable to the whole family. 

And it’s applicable to the whole family here, too, but in this scene, the writers consciously put the group on the back-burner and prioritized Richonne.  

In doing so, they illustrate how Michonne prioritizes Rick. Everyone is in this together, but Michonne is acknowledging that just the two of them are also in it together in a way that’s removed from everyone else - as leaders and lovers and parents and kindred spirits. So when something needs to be done about Negan, she doesn’t want to make anything happen unless it’s with Rick. And when she looks back at everything that’s transpired, she sees Rick as the person she survived it with. 

Which, you know, shouldn’t come as any surprise because she’s in love with him and fucking him but it’s still nice when it gets verbalized. 

He is honestly so important to her. This is the man who saved her life. This is the man who claimed to want her gone but repeatedly allowed her to stay. This is the man who cracked a fucking joke just for her. He told her she belonged with him them. He scrambled to the gates to see her when she came back from runs. He asked her to be a parent to his child. He brought her back

She would do anything for him. 

ok but can we talk a bit about this scene.

How Alec is just patiently waiting for Magnus to finish his workout. And probably is checking Magnus out the whole time.(who wouldn’t let’s be honest)

And there is no way Magnus doesn’t now Alec is behind him. So he’s definitely showing of. And then he’s finishing and thinking to himself let’s see how Alec will react when i trow my magic at him. And of course Alec is able to doge it perfectly (because he’s a Shadowhunter) and he doesn’t seem all that fazed by having magic thrown at him.

and see how the magic ball doesn’t even continue going straight after Alec moves out off the way. It does a little loop and hits the lamp to the right of Alec. That means Magnus never had the intention of hitting him in the first place.

Can we talk about this scene? Okay, we all know this is a heartbreaking moment for everyone involved, but there is something that really stood out to me. The last thing Dean says to his mom is, “You’re home now,” which sets off the rest of the conversation. There is nearly four minutes after this where Mary continues to talk and then the episode ends, and Dean says absolutely nothing at all. Four minutes of no dialogue whatsoever on his part. Mary keeps explaining, leaving these long moments between sentences where she expects Dean to say something and he doesn’t, so she jumps in again and tries to explain more. When Sam finally interjects and asks what she means, it’s only after a quick look to Dean to realize he’s not going to do it. Even Sam is expecting him to say something, and he just doesn’t. This is so important to me. Can you recall a time in the series where Dean is in the shot for more than a few minutes and doesn’t say anything? Or a time when someone repeatedly trails off to let him respond and then he doesn’t? This is the first real time where we’ve seen Dean so thoroughly broken and upset that he physically doesn’t have words. He is rendered speechless. You can see it in the way he breathes, the way he audibly exhales in disbelief, the way he blinks in this quick progression as he processes what must feel like his heart being ripped out of his chest. He could beg his mom to stay. Plead with her. Tell her things will get better and everything will be okay. But he doesn’t. He doesn’t say anything at all. His mom waits for it. Sam waits for it (Sam, who knows him better than anyone else, waits for him to say something). And there’s nothing. No questions. No promises. No attempt to do anything at all to sway her decision. The last thing he says is, “You’re home now.”

the funniest line deliveries (imo) for each of The Magnificent Seven

“I HAVE THREE MARIAAAAAAS!!!” - Vasquez

“Then just shoot him in the head, hell I don’t know, avenge me.” - Sam Chisolm

“Oh good they brought their pitchforks, we may stand a chance after all.” - Josh Faraday (OR “Je-sus-wept”)

“You little shit! We got a lot to talk about!” - Jack Horne

“I’m hungry.” - Red Harvest

C’MON! GET SOME GRAVEL IN YOUR CRAW! GODDAMNsonsabitches” - Goodnight Robicheaux

(1000% poker faced) “That is funny.” - Billy Rocks

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“We believe in you.”

*wipes away tear* Me, too, Strawberry Man. Me, too. 

Bob about Bellarke

I want to spread positivity about Bellarke so I’m going to talk from Bob’s point of view.

First, we all agree that Bob analyzes the show really well. He is one of the best readers of the narrative and has a deep understanding of his character and, therefore, of Bellamy’s relationships. Honestly, hearing him to talk about The 100 is a blessing. When Bob speaks about a scene he knows exactly in what chapter it happened. He doesn’t change his answer in each panel because he really thinks what he is saying and gives us honest answers, always being respectful and nice.

I’ve looked for panels, interviews, articles of S1 and S2 and, in short, his opinions were like “There’s a connection between them. They trust each other and work really well together but it’s not necessarily romantic

Why this? Well, Bellamy’s feelings for Clarke are growing since the beginning, and at the end of season 2 he knows that has feelings for her. He’d do anything for her, to protect her, just makes sense, but he hasn’t realized the nature of those feelings.  

That’s why Bob doesn’t talk about romance or denies the idea, because, even when it’s obvious in the eyes of spectator (part of them, actually), Bellamy isn’t aware.  

Now, we jump into S3…. and we get this. The script of this moments says: “It echoes. The lengths he’s willing to go to save her surprises even him

and this. An argument where all the feelings that he had been suppressing for months come to the surface. He’s verbalizing them.

And also this. There’s no subtext here. This is Alie using Raven’s thoughts and calling Bellamy out on his feelings for Clarke. 

Bonus: The script said “Don’t talk about Gina” but they decided to change it to

and this is his face when Murphy says: “You’re not the only one here trying to save someone you care about”

So after S3 and all those moments, what are Bob’s answers in terms of Bellarke?

He stopped to say “I don’t see them romantically” and started to tell us things like

He is not only describing them in the best and most beautiful way but also is dropping hints that it could happen…. it’s just that’s not up to him.

Another comment was “I think they both need to heal before anything romantic can happen between them” I mean, he’s not denying the possibility.

He even made a joke about how the Bellarke kiss has not happened YET

and has admitted that Bellamy has feelings for Clarke and have been realized (particularly in 3x05 when he says “You left me”)

So, yeah, I really think that his answers are correlative to what is happening on screen. He’s being more and more open about Bellarke and now acknowledges Bellamy’s feelings because that’s what he’s feeling in the skin of his character. He doesn’t answer the questions as Bob, but as Bellamy.

And what about S4?

Well I just want to say….

1. while they were filming the new season he has said too that “They don’t have many family or friends that they can be that honest with eachother but still love and respect them” [His own way to said they love each other]

2. without being asked, he compared his relationship with Gina and Clarke. He said that with Clarke, he can be open and vulnerable aka intimacy, one of the most important pillars of romantic relationships

3. when someone said that Clarke could be his reason to carry on he smiled like this

and that’s all. I don’t want to say that Bellarke is happening but…… 


BELLARKE IS HAPPENING


((Gifs credits to the owners))

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#actual polar bear starting his modeling career

We talk for a while

trying something new here. this is my first ever original story i’ve written and i really love it and want to share it! (tagging @clearascountryair @marvelthismarvelthat @buckysbears @bioforensics AND @inevitablyfitzsimmons for reading this and betaing and @superirishbreakfasttea, @lapiccolina @bookedbyfandoms because you guys said you would read it if i posted and I LIKE VALIDATION )

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I have just pulled out yesterday’s leftovers from the refrigerator when someone knocks at the door.

‘Knocks’ probably isn’t the right word. ‘Knocks’ suggests that I was expecting someone, maybe my parents arriving—cooing and boisterous—excited to see how their daughter’s changed her childhood home. Or maybe a boyfriend, bringing homemade apple pie for dessert and cuddling and maybe something more.

But my parents are gone, I don’t have a boyfriend, and I hate apple pie.

And whoever was at my door was banging on it so hard and so urgently that for a moment I feared it was the police, even though the police probably wouldn’t knock at all.

“Coming!” I call over the noise as I make my way to the front, clicking my tongue when instead of stopping the pounding just seems to grow faster and harder.

I crack open the door and peer outside even though it’s almost too dark to see anything anyway. “Hello?”

The overhead light automatically clicks on and everything is illuminated.

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Happy Birthday, B! 🎉🎉🎉

Happy birthday to my sweet, wonderful friend @nottooldforthisship ! I’ve written you a time stamp from Just Hear This and Then I’ll Go, and there’s a reason why I chose to write this particular thing for you. 

Before I was done writing the original fic, you asked for lyrics to make lyrics edits, and I had just finished writing a scene about Harry singing karaoke. So I sent you the lyrics to the song he sang even though we had never talked before. You made me a lovely edit, and then graciously said that when I was done writing the fic, I could use it to make a tumblr post. You were one of the very first people I ever told I was writing a fic. I wasn’t even convinced yet that I would ever publish it. But you and your edit were a lot of the motivation I needed to finish it and have the courage to finally post it. (I remember during that time you posted about what a fan you are of Pride and Prejudice and that just made it all even more nerve wracking. Lmao.) So I hope you will enjoy rereading that scene of Harry singing ‘Dangerous Woman,’ but this time it’s in Harry’s point of view. All the love! xx     -A


Don’t Need Permission

by @allwaswell16, mature, 2k

Indie artist Harry Styles has become captivated by former pop star Louis Tomlinson after their paths begin crossing because Louis hopes to sign Harry’s friend to his record label. They haven’t always seen eye to eye, but Harry is confident that his feelings for Louis must be mutual. (He’s wrong.)

Or a time stamp from ‘Just Hear This and Then I’ll Go’. The ‘Dangerous Woman’ karaoke scene, but this time from Harry’s point of view.

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I was married to a man once. Rotten fuck. Raised his hands at me, burned me, shared me with his men. I didn’t know any different, didn’t know I could do anything about it. Even if I had, I wouldn’t have thought I had it in me.

One day, we were in a tavern. He was hurting me. And a man saw it. And he walked over and he slit his throat.

That was Jack.