Okay. I’ll go. But tell me what’s going on, okay? Tell me what’s wrong. You don’t want to be with me. But I do. I really do. You know what people will say? No. And I don’t care. Because it’s easy for you, right? Because you’re not the class slut. Don’t say that. Everybody says it! I don’t say it. Yes, you did. When you saw that picture! I didn’t believe it. I was angry for a minute because I was jealous of Justin. And I was mad at you for wanting him and not me. And I was an asshole and I’m sorry. And I can never make it right. I can never say all this to you, but… I love you. And I will never hurt you. I’m not going. Not now. Not ever. I l o v e y o u , H a n n a h .
How long have you been planning for Coulson to be the Ghost Rider – and what was Clark Gregg’s reaction to finding out that news?
Jeffrey Bell: To say he was happy, it would be an understatement. Jed Whedon: I think what he said when we told him was, “I didn’t think I could geek out more,” but he was like, “It seems I can.” Jeffrey Bell: Yeah, that was what he said. [x]
- the healer gets into a boss fight with the mage b/c the mage is smelly and won’t take a bath. - there is a superhero brigade of composed of starfish and the party nerd is a HUGE fan of them. - the party puts on a Snow White parody play, and the most serous member of the party cross-dresses as the evil queen and hams it up. - the Big Bad collapses in the desert to yell about friendship. - the main character collapses in the rain to cry about how incompetent he is. - the main character uses the word “protect” over 120 times. - you can rest at an inn during a chase scene through an enemy city. If you do, the party starts brushing their teeth until someone reminds them that they’re being chased and they should probably start running. - your adorable pigtailed monk, essentially a thirteen-year-old girl, asks the Big Bad to make a friendship pact. He tells her to go die and magic-punches her across the room. - there are swimsuits available for everyone. You can wear them to the final battle. The king, however, does not have a swimsuit. He claims this is because he swims in his royal regalia. - there is an optional dungeon in space where you can fight child-aged versions of the main characters and also your own dead father. - one of the super-attacks features a chibified robot copy of the main character bombarding the field with missiles. - one character is armed with a weapon that /breathes in is a dual-bladed spear that can separate into two blades, create arrows made out of energy, or transform into a pair of handguns. And in one of his super-attacks, he fucking drops that amazing weapon and just hadoukens a bitch with his bare hands??? AND I FORGOT THIS PART BUT HE COPIED HIS FIGHTING STYLE FROM A COMIC BOOK - another of his super attacks has him yell, the best that anyone can translate, “Instant Balls”. - the king regularly dresses up like a superhero. - the descriptions on the items are utterly hilarious. any and all of them. I vaguely recall that an equippable ribbon is described as “the perfect thing to wear when you find out he’s been cheating on you!” and there’s a poisonous fang described as “so poisonous it could kill you, bring you back to life, and kill you again.” - the party tries to come up with a pseudonym for the prince traveling with them in disguise. The name they choose is “Tiger Festival”. - the Big Bad is actually defeated by the power of friendship almost entirely without exaggeration. - the king has his own line of fruit snacks. - the party is swallowed by a giant desert turtle, and there is an entire dungeon where you try to find the turtle’s butt to escape. The phrase “everyone thinks we should leave through the butt…let’s search for the butt” is used. - the protag gets REALLY ANGRY ABOUT JEWELRY