“Sister, why has Father bought us here?”
“Us? This is your place, Brother. This is your darkness.”
Her torch was the only light in the cavern. Her torch was the only light in the world.
She turned to go.
“Stay with me,” Jaime pleaded. “Don’t leave me here alone!” But they were leaving.
“Don’t leave me in the dark!” Something terrible lived down here.
- A Storm Of Swords
I think Dany/Daario starts tonight.
Which also starts Dany slowly forgetting her conquest and her new life plan is Daarioooo get in this bed and slay the dragon omggg
That is more or less it I guess.
-Sandor gets Arya caught up on Westeros current events.
-Samwell stabs a bitch.
-Melisandre gets Gendry blue then red while the King and the Onion watch.
-Cersei charms the Tyrell siblings.
-Tyrion and Sansa suffer through the worst wedding ever.
They’ve basically reduced Loras to the village idiot. Between his Sansa scenes and his Cersei scene, the Knight of Flowers, has become the show version of Ser Dontos. And I really wonder if he was straight if this would have happened.
Oh, he’s gay. And his lover is dead. What do we do with him now?
We make him a bumbling rube so we can cherry pick characters like Cersei and Margaery to showcase their complexity.
“All of them are quite alone, some involuntarily, some by their own hand, some without realizing it, but none of them come to the study room table with the emotional advantages held by that mythical creature known as ‘a normal person.’ … The good news is, being messed up doesn’t mean the story’s over. It means the story’s just starting, and in the end, we all find out we’re not alone, or maybe that we’re all alone and united in our loneliness.” — Dan Harmon
|—||J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King (via exhiist)|
I hate that they cut this
who cut this i would like to have a talk with them
Bro, it was totally worth leaving it out so that we could be subjected to drawn out scenes of Helena Bonham Carter overacting. Also, that Tokyo Hotel-looking motherfucker who led the snatchers.
Wayne’s World Reunion - April 23rd, 2013
At a showing of Wayne’s World (1992) in Los Angeles, the original cast from the film reunited for the showing and for a Q&A panel afterwards. These photos made my day, seeing all these cats having such a good time after squashing all their beef from previous years. I really wish I could have attended this.
There’s an aged portrait of Rob Lowe in an attic somewhere.