i know exactly what i want.

I like drawing and animation and Doctor Who.

stuff i like.
Who I Follow


Supernatural + what fourth wall?

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foreshadowing in the buffyverse (part 2)
dawn’s arrival in to the world and buffy’s exit from it

This is one of the more well known examples of foreshadowing in the show but also the most intricate. Dawn’s presence is first hinted at in 3x22 (“Miss Muffet”) by Faith and is then referred to as such again by one of Glory’s victims in 5x2. The 730 stands for the number of days in two years. Two years pass exactly between this episode and 5x22 (withing the show) when Dawn is destined to die (hence the countdown). This number shows up on Buffy’s clock in 4x22, however Tara points out that it is “completely wrong” as one year has passed and now only one year remains of the “countdown”. Faith mentions “little sis” in a dream in 4x15. Both these scenes take place in Buffy’s bedroom which is the first place the audience ever sees Dawn. And Tara’s warning (originally intended to be delivered by Faith for continuity) “be back before Dawn” is given in the previous episode to Dawn’s first appearance. Faith is also responsible for foreshadowing the time of Buffy’s death. During the bodyswap of 4x16, Faith uses a credit card (either Buffy or Joyce’s), with the expiration date of May 2001. Buffy’s death takes place in the same month of the same year and this episode (5x22) aired on May 22 2001, almost 730 days (so roughly two years) after 3x22 first aired on television.

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This morning, The Atlantic published a piece by Noah Berlatsky about the “irresponsible portrayal of men” on Orange Is the New BlackOrange, a groundbreaking show with a wonderful and admirably diverse cast, is set inside a women’s prison, and the characters definitely reflect that setting. It’s a show created by a woman (Jenji Kohan), based on a memoir written by a woman (Piper Kerman). It’s a show that aims to tell women’s stories —and it succeeds masterfully— but Berlatsky’s complaint, naturally, is that the show “barely, and inadequately” represents men.

“This may seem like a silly complaint,” he writes before launching into a truly silly complaint. Berlatsky’s first, most basic argument for why Orange should include more men is the fact that real-life prisons are populated by far more men than women. This is very true and unfortunate, but that shouldn’t have much bearing on a show set inside a women’s prison. If HBO’s Oz were failing to adequately portray men, then by all means, let’s talk about it! But this isn’t Oz, nor is this a male-centric show. There is, without a doubt, a lot to discuss and debate when it comes to male prisons and prisoners, and the cultural attitudes surrounding them — particular black male inmates — but a piece on Orange Is the New Blackis hardly the place to discuss it. It’s a subject that deserves a more nuanced and thoughtful take, not one haphazardly attached to Netflix program about women.

No, ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Doesn’t Need to Focus on Men’s Stories


Dying. Seriously, cannot stop laughing.

"If you’re truly craving media representation of men, flip through 30 channels on TV and you will find about 30 of them. Let Orange Is the New Black tell a different story for a change."

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nbc Hannibal - tumblr themed (insp.) 

This is from a while back and I don’t know if I’ve reblogged it before but the first one still makes me laugh way too hard. 


This is the most unnecessary but excellent crossover I’ve ever seen.

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Tagged by y00h00

“you can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to. hit shuffle on your ipod, phone, itunes, media player etc and write down the first 20 songs. then pass this on to 10 people. one rule: no skipping”

1. You and Moon – Adem

2. Money – Pink Floyd

3. Hands of Time – Ron Sexsmith

4. Your Mother Should Know – The Beatles

5. On the Boundary – Tori Amos

6. You Made Me Realize – Brad Breeck

7. Nova Baby – The Black Keys

8. Train to Pluton – M83

9. Morning Has Broken – Ellen Greene

10. I Want You Back – Janelle Monae

11. It Ain’t Me Babe – Bob Dylan

12. All This and Heaven Too – Florence and the Machine

13. I’ve Got Your Number – Passion Pit

14. Shenzou – Gravity OST

15. Skid Row – Little Shop of Horrors OST

16. The Son Of Flynn (Ki:Theory Remix) – Daft Punk

17. Satellite of Love – Lou Reed

18. Somewhere Only We Know – Lily Allen

19. The Last Pale Light in the West – Ben Nichols

20. I Was Born For This – Journey OST

I’m all over the place. I’m not gonna tag anyone specifically, but I tag YOU. YES, YOU.

buffy + trouble with names
    ↪ Giles: Can I get you anything? Tea? I made a very interesting moussaka last night, if you’re hungry.
         Buffy: Pass on the tea. And the moose, thank you.

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Mulder, where are you going?

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