There was a piano, too, and Charles was playing, a glass of whiskey on the seat beside him. He was a little drunk; the Chopin was slurred and fluid, the notes melting sleepily into one another. A breeze stirred the heavy, moth-eaten velvet curtains, ruffling his hair.
okay but in episode 8 when sana apologizes for what she said about homosexuality and then isak asks her about islam? like i always thought that was a weird way to segue into sana’s BOSS speech about religion/hate/fear but now that i’ve watched it for the 2348854973rd time i realize that isak is asking about sana and what she thought of him being homosexual.
it doesn’t really matter to isak what the latest research on homosexuality says (he didn’t read the link!); what matters is what sana thinks. he wants to know how homosexuality affects her religion, her personal life. he wants her to be okay with him and he wants her approval.
and yes she teaches us all an important lesson but she also just looks isak in the eye and makes sure that he understands.
the same as always: she was his friend before and she still is.
“The best for me is to be with you.” His nose flares, restraining emotion. “I’m a better fucking person when I’m with you.” He rubs his face a couple times, and any doubt I’ve ever had about him just fucking disappears. I can see how much they emotionally care about one another. How much they probably have this whole fucking time.
but like Seth saying “no atheists in foxholes” is so underrated!!!! Like he literally believed in a higher being at that moment as he was trying to save Kate because that’s how much he wanted to save Her and help her and hope that the blood transfusion would work. It’s also so crazy how Kate has that affect on Seth who probably only really believes in his abilities and his brother. For him to throw out his beliefs so quickly and specially for her is amazing.
I hear you’re preaching again, gathering a flock. || Just spreading the word of my calamitous fall and subsequent rebirth in the light of the Lord, Raylan.
Their final conversation in the prison will move some fans to tears. First of all, Boyd telling Raylan that he knows he never believed a word coming out of his mouth but he hopes he enjoyed it — that’s from Elmore. Yes. Very good. That’s what Elmore said about Boyd to Walton [“I don’t believe a goddamn thing you say, but I sure do enjoy watching you say it”].
I’ve watched Lo become sober.
I’ve watched Lily curb a relentless addiction.(I’m proud of you, sis.)
I’ve watched Rose blaze her own trail and put fire to stereotypes.
I’ve watched Connor fall in love. With more than just himself.
I’ve watched Ryke Meadows unclip his shackles and rise again.
And me. I’ve discovered who I am.