whose idea was it to end this show
I love seeing people walking by with little smiles on their face because something small happened that made them happy. Maybe they got a cute text, maybe they got laid, maybe they killed a man. You will never know.
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That’s fucking ridiculous. No one should have to wait 458 days for their fucking LUGGAGE.
do you ever get in one of those moods where you’re like feeling okay but you’re really sad at the same time and you just want to talk to someone and make them hug you but you feel annoying so you kind of just sit there being really sad
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Meryl Streep is my headcannon Mummy Holmes tbh.
Alan Rickman as Father Holmes!
Sherlock’s got his temper from somewhere.
I asked my sister if she was excited for the 50th and she said “yeah but it’s the last episode we’ll see eleven happy before he regenerates” AND THAT’S HOW AN ELEVEN YEAR OLD MADE ME CRY.
We tend to see the tragedy of What Is And What Should Never Be as Dean and Sam not being close in that dream world as they are in their reality, but what gets me is the reason for that. Dean’s wish was that his mother never died, and in that world — the world that was created in his own head — she raised a family, John was a regular dad who played in a baseball league, and Sam got to go to Stanford and get engaged to Jess. But Dean was still a drunk who lied and stole even from his own family. He was a disappointment to his mother and estranged from his brother. He couldn’t even image himself with Cassie or Lisa. He had to make up a girlfriend from a beer ad. So, the real tragedy of What Is And What Should Never Be is that Dean thinks so little of himself that he couldn’t image himself as a better person. He thinks that his dishonesty, drinking, and stealing are inherent and not a result of the way he was raised and the life he’s lead.
“I really liked the idea that you know, Dean’s other reality was like in a Bukowski novel. But he was still happier, because Sam was happy and he didn’t give a crap about himself. He was just happy that Sam would have a good life and what does he care if he’s a loser because you know, he cares so much more about his other family than he does about himself.” - Eric Kripke (x)
DAMN HIS AMAZING ACTING SKILLS
IT LITERALLY RAMPS OFF OF HIS CHEEKBONES