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Costume Credit: Klau

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One thing I love about this show is how they film in Toronto but make such little efforts to hide it.

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Like, CFID banking center? haha yeah right, I see you there CIBC you can’t hide from me

protip: if you’re feeling sleepy, don’t queue both captain america soundtracks one after the other because you will be softly lulled to sleep by a lovely orchestra playing grand sweeping patriotic motifs, but you will later be jarred awake by the uNHOLY SCREECHING THAT IS THE WINTER SOLDIER’S THEME

When you’re 6 years old and sitting with your ass on the cold concrete floor in a gym full of a thousand other kids, it doesn’t really mean much when they talk about how powerful peer pressure is. Because of course you’re not paying attention; you’re 6 years old, your yet-undiagnosed nearsightedness is making it hard to see what exactly the puppets are doing all the way up there, and your butt is getting sore. Plus, at 6, you’re haven’t really developed a sense of “self” yet.

It’s only years later, when you’re old enough to have a sense of who you are, what you think, and what you should be, that you are truly able to feel the riptide of peer pressure slowly but surely sucking away your very being. And by then, because you didn’t pay attention when you were 6 years old, you’re defenseless, and you can only watch and idly hope that this won’t bite you in the ass sometime down the road.

Basically what I’m saying is, Hail Hydra.

captainofalltheships:

Chrys watches TW [x]

Did you know: overexposure to silver is called Agryia, a symptom of which is blue skin.

Just thought that was interesting, given recent…revelations

I know that maybe it’s a bit too early to judge, Season 3 isn’t even over yet, they’re just a few casting calls, blah blah blah, but just to put it out there…this whole “bringing in the next generation” thing it seems like Teen Wolf’s trying to pull? I don’t like it one bit.

Look, when a television show is centered around teenagers going to high school, it’s a common issue that must eventually be dealt with (unless the show takes place in a cartoon universe where time stands still): high school isn’t forever.

It’s not exactly a new problem, the ways of dealing with it have been very well documented. Some shows take “graduation” as a chance to reboot with an entirely new cast of characters (see: Degrassi). Others choose to stretch the timeline, delay the inevitable for the greater good of the plot (4 seasons of Pretty Little Liars later and it’s still 2011). The most successful shows, however, graduate their main cast yet still find a way to convincingly keep them together and keep the show going (see: Boy Meets World, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gossip Girl, etc). And then there’s shows like Glee, that try to pull all of these off at once, and, well, we all know how well that’s going…

Right now, with cast members allegedly jumping ship left and right and a constant influx of under-developed new characters, who knows where the hell Teen Wolf is going. And with a Major Character Death coming within the next two weeks, which has got everyone sort of distracted for the moment, issues like graduation are the last things on anyone’s minds. But, even with Jeff Davis’ superhuman ability to leave plot threads dangling, he’s still set us up for some major resolutions that seem like they’re years in the making (notably the apparent slow build of Peter Hale’s Master Plan for World Domination), which is why this bringing in of younger characters worries me. There’s too much resting on the shoulders of our current cast of characters for Jeff to just cut and reboot come graduation (even though I wouldn’t put it past him at this point), but a younger cast would mean dead-weight anchors to the high school even once our current cast graduates…which looks suspiciously Glee-like from where I’m standing.

And if there’s one thing everyonein the TV industry should have learned in the past 5 years, it’s that nobody should ever use Glee as a role model.

teenwolf:

We would like to take this time to warn everyone that tonight’s episode will feature some potentially triggering content such as suicide, abuse, self-medication and mental health; just to name a few. We strongly advise that anyone who may find any of this content triggering or harmful avoid the “Echo House” tag on Tumblr. 

teenwolf:

We would like to take this time to warn everyone that tonight’s episode will feature some potentially triggering content such as suicide, abuse, self-medication and mental health; just to name a few. We strongly advise that anyone who may find any of this content triggering or harmful avoid the “Echo House” tag on Tumblr. 

So there are theists, the believers, who believe that a God exists and have faith in His plan and His will.

There are atheists, who do not believe that any God exists, and therefore have no faith in any divine will or plan.

There are agnostics, who do not feel justified coming to a decision as to the existence or nonexistence of a God, and generally feel similarly about said God’s will and/or plan.

There are apathetics, who do not give a crap either way.

There are combinations of the above terms to describe the many possible subtleties that exist within the spectrum of beliefs held among all humans.

So my question is: what kind of terminology would best describe the Winchesters, who have almost definitive proof that God (and angels, demons, Lucifer, etc.) exist but also have absolutely zero faith in His plan/will?

bennylafitte:

i don’t see anyone talking about this yet so!!!

9x07 is about dean’s time at a delinquent boy’s home and it also has dean looking up a former girlfriend who is played by actress erin karpluck!!!

basically two big dean-centric things uncovering his past in one episode can i get an amen!!!!!!

Teen Wolf Season 3b Fandom Survey

we-are-pack:

Well hello there fellow fans!

I created this blog to promote my Teen Wolf Season 3b Fandom Survey, and to put up the results once the survey has been closed.

This is a secondary blog; it won’t contain anything but the link to the survey and the results.

I’d like for all of you to participate and answer the questions to the best of your abilities. It would be really great.  

The link is here: Teen Wolf Season 3a Fandom Survey.

Please reblog this post!

shippingwreck:

So in class talking about Doyle’s original “Sherlock Holmes” and imperialism and i’m explaining “The Sign of Four” and two minutes into my explanation the professor asks me why i keep calling Watson “John”….

So apparently JR Bourne’s nephew goes to my school. He never shows up for Film Studies class and he looks a bit like John Krasinski, and that is literally everything I know about him.

Seriously, between all of the (pseudo)science talk in the Galacticraft Let’s Plays and then the lip-biting and the smirk during his killing spree on the newest Gauntlet, well…let’s just say it’s been kind of an overwhelming week for me…