Stop acting like Crowley and Aziraphale would be a “distinguished gay” couple when we know that they’re the type of immortal bastards who would go to a local trivia night at a bar just so they could fucking crush every question about history and then lose because they were too busy holding hands and giggling about that one time Alexander the Great tripped over his own sandals and tried to play it off in front of the entire Macedonian army
#alexandria48bc Part 14 (All parts available to read under the tag #alexandria48bc!)
Voice of God: With the help of a few demonic miracles Crowley had indeed flown to Rome and back to get Aziraphale’s favorite oysters. But he was in no way being a good person by doing so, he told himself. After all, he had eaten one of the angel’s beloved oysters on the flight back. Such a demonic act most certainly cancelled out his other deeds.
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Oscar Isaac and Michael Sheen: THEY ARE GAY. GAYER THAN THE FUCKING PRIDE PARADE. WANNA HEAR ABOUT THIS FICTIONAL CHARACTER’ SEX LIFE? NO? TO BAD. THE TEA IS, THEY LIKE IT IN THE ASS SO MUCH!!! BECAUSE THEY GAY. MY OPINION ON THE MOVIE/EPISODE? COULD BE GAYER. HOW DO I PREPARE MYSELF TO GET INSIDE THE CHARACTER’S MIND? I JUST LISTEN TO “I’LL SURVIVE” ON REPLAY FOR SEVEN HOURS WHILE READING FLUFFY/SMUTTY FANFICTION ABOUT SAID CHARACTER
So all Ineffable Husbands/Good Omens fans are aware of this at this point:
Has anyone noticed…
They say it was Terry Pratchett’s hat, in the real world, but according to canon, it’s in Aziraphale’s bookshop (I also wonder if David Tennant was wearing Terry’s hat during that scene?). And Aziraphale isn’t wearing that. The only time he wears black is when he’s a magician and that hat was a top hat, not a fedora. This looks to be the exact hat Crowley wears during the Church scene.
Crowley has the bird statue. Aziraphale has Crowley’s hat. They both have a sort of
from that moment.
Imagine Crowley coming to the bookshop and just deciding to leave his hat there? Reminds me of so many fics where Crowley tries oh so subtly to move in. In this case, it feels like more of a desperate attempt to put himself in Aziraphale’s life. Almost like he’s planned it out.
“If Aziraphale says we can’t see each other, it will be my one excuse. Need to get my hat back”
okay but here’s a Very Important Question: is the Bentley Crowley’s first car?
given how attached he is to it, you’d certainly think so, but I’m actually skeptical of that, because practical automobiles for sale to the public first became A Thing in the late 1880s/early 1890s, and the Bentley is a late 1920s model. that means we’ve got almost four decades between the popularization of the internal combustion engine and the production of Crowley’s Bentley.
so even if we assume Crowley didn’t wake up from his depression nap until 1900 or so, that still leaves a gap of almost 30 years and I have a hard time picturing Anthony “pen so slick it looked like it could break the sound barrier, cutting edge computer he has no idea how to use but it’s cool and modern so he’s gotta have it” Crowley letting three whole decades go without jumping on the whole horseless carriage bandwagon. he’s been wanting to get away from having to deal with animal-based transportation for thousands of years, you can’t tell me he wouldn’t have jumped on that at absolute top speed as soon as he became aware of the option.
which in turn raises the question: what was he driving before he got his hands on the Bentley?
i love when y’all draw crowley post-armageddon with long hair to show that he’s growing his hair out again now that he’s in retirement. that really is the good shit, and i’m glad we can all agree on that.