If you don’t ask…I won’t tell.
x The reason that Angels are such a big deal on the show is because of Misha.
Had someone else come in as Cas and stiffed it we would have only done a one year angel storyline and then we would have moved on to something else.
He was so endlessly interesting and then you started fleshing out his world and because Misha was so compelling it evolved.
If you think Alison is the Clone Club “group mom”, I have some news for you, it’s totally Sarah.
"Please don’t tell Sarah" - an actual thing Alison Hendrix said.
"you look like you could use some sun, cosima"
"stay in the car, don’t cause any trouble"
THE FACT THAT THE AMERICAN PEDIATRIC SOCIETY TOLD AMERICAN SCHOOL SYSTEMS THAT TEENS SHOULD NOT BE UP BEFORE 8:30 AND ONLY 15% OF SCHOOLS LISTENED ANGERS ME SO MUCH
You don’t know about real loss. ‘cause it only occurs when you’ve loved something more than you love yourself - Robin Williams
I don’t think enough people understand that this is a reference to the fact that semen glows under UV light
and that Dateline was a show used to trap pedophiles and other sex offenders and arrest them
If Supernatural outright said HALF the things they blatantly imply via reference, they’d be banned from CABLE.
I don’t know what I’m doing with my life.
Click on the panels for translations.
The progression of video games in a few decades.
She would break them over her knee ala Bane in Knightfall.
Buffy would absolutely destroy those assholes and have time to make a snarky remark about it.
Bonus points of she takes them out with pies.
Remember the s5 finale when Buffy threw that guy off the tower without even breaking stride? It’d be like that
I once described SPN as “Buffy but if you replaced every character with Riley” so needless to say it wouldn’t even be a close fight
Of all the things to get stuck on this episode, I got stuck on this. STUCK, I TELL YOU. Now, as for the why (I’ll try to be brief ‘cuz I can’t use the [[more]] tag in a photo post).
Back when movie direction was one of my actual curriculars, I attended one wonderful lesson that I always remembered vividly: one about subtle direction choices, and what they mean/convey/tell to the audience’s subconscious.
The main part was about this: when you’re filming about a character being in danger, it doesn’t matter how many other people are present, you must always, ALWAYS show first the reaction of the one that’s most emotionally involved. The reaction of the one character who’s got the deepest connection with/interest for the one in danger. We dissected a movie by Sergio Leone, we analyzed a particular scene, and my professor said something along the lines of: “Yes, sure, showing the sidekick/best friend’s reaction first, you could construct something interesting, even fun, or suspensful. But you always show the girlfriend’s reaction first. Because she LOVES the hero. And that’s what matters the most. The love.”
They showed us Derek’s reaction first here. So.
I GOT TOTALLY STUCK.