he’ll never live it down
OH. MY. GOD.
*BIGGEST FUCKING GIRLIE SCREAM EVER*
This is one of my favorite Doctor Who moments, by far.
I want to point out, despite my problems with Moffat: hey look a gay character who is portrayed as a normal well-adjusted badass dude who believes in his relationship enough to sass his president and quit his job over it, even in a time when that was not cool. None of us had any idea this guy was gay until he said he was in love with a dude (a black dude even, I hope we get to meet him later on—I’m only halfway through S6 so don’t spoil it for me) because shockingly, usually the only way you can tell people are gay is if they a. tell you they are gay or b. are in a relationship with a person of the same gender.
Canton is a badass motherfucker.
He was the best minor character of season 6.
Is that….is that Crowley from Supernatural or am I losing my mind?
It’s Crowley with an American accent
Through the House of the Undying Ones and What Daenerys Targaryen Found There. ( Part II )
"What do dancers think of Fred Astaire? It’s no secret. We hate him. He gives us a complex because he’s too perfect. His perfection is an absurdity. It’s too hard to face. No dancer can watch Fred Astaire and not know that we all should have been in another business." -Mikhail Baryshnikov.
"He was not just the best ballroom dancer, or tap dancer, he was simply the greatest, most imaginative dancer of our time." -Rudolph Nureyev.
From the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Meiringen, Switzerland
what “corrupted the youth” before comic books, films, TV and video games came along
Jeremy Brett - fuck you very much.
Forever. (Don’t smoke, kids.)
I don’t reblog a lot of Granda Holmes but… yes
PSA: smoking is bad…
1. the boob window
2. spock’s smile, a rare sighting
3. mobster au. i mean costumes
4. spock’s hat collection
5. glistening nudity
6. whatever jim is thinking in this moment
8. literary references
11. glistening nudity, again
12. spock explains science to doctor with rock
It’s 100% a love story. The best love stories are the ones where they don’t end up together. We very deliberately tried to make it like a love story. She has girl, she loses girl, she tries to win girl back. Just trying to make it feel like it was existing within the tropes of a romantic love story, then letting the reins go. It’s sad. That’s my favorite feeling in movies, that ache.
Greta Gerwig, on Frances/Sophie’s relationship