I feel like this line right here from Rory is one of the most underrated lines in the whole of the Ponds Era. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen this moment on my dashboard before which I can’t quite understand because for me, it’s one of my favourite moments in Rory and Amy’s relationship. It may not be as big a gesture as waiting outside a box for 2000 years or jumping off a building together, but this line just means so much.
Rory is told that he will spend the rest of his life in a hotel room, never being able to see the outside world again, and what is his first and only question? “Will Amy be there?” Because as awful as the situation sounds, he’d be willing to do it if he could have Amy by his side. And that for me is why his moment is so important. I truly believe that if The Doctor had said Amy would be with him, he wouldn’t have even attempted to run or put up a fight. Instead he’d happily spend the rest of his life alone with Amy, never seeing anyone or anything but her. Because that ladies and gentlemen, is just how much Rory Williams loves his wife.
When I first saw this, how Rory and Amy ended up, I wasn’t filled with a warm fuzzy glow.
I was unnerved at what a horrific, hideous fate they faced.
You ever hear the expression from Sartre, “Hell is other people”?
You can deeply, passionately love another person with every fibre of your being, but if you were stuck in a room with that person and unable to take a break from them, that love will sour. It will. That one thing you think will sustain you will twist and bend like a plant locked away from sunlight.
It’s a specious Steven Moffat idea of a “happy ending” that is piecrust in its actual strength.
This line gives me chills every time I watch this movie. There’s so much authenticity to this movie.
This is less of a superhero comic and more of a tribute. I remember at one point during the revolution, people would use statistics of attacks on women to discredit political movements – and Egyptians – at large. This keeps happening, consistently, both locally and internationally. People will abuse statistics as they see fit, but they will always ignore the women at the base of those statistics. So, politics and superpowers aside, here is my attempt at a tribute to real-life superheroes.
Hah! You go, girl!
Gettin’ pretty sick of white people’s tribe mentality.
Welp, that’s it. I’m 34. Which means I’ve been cancer free for six years and two days. So that’s cool, at least. Right?
Hell yeah, it’s cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
so don’t tell me abortion should be illegal
don’t you dare.
" toyed with her honour"
"toyed with her honour"
"toyed with her honour"
Good for her. All misogynistic societies take note.
Students who still have a lot ahead of them. Students like me, who still have dreams, goals, and students who still aim for achievements. But because of this tragedy, it all faded away.
I bow and salute to the brave students who saved the lives of others and sacrificed themselves. They are heroes. They are people who deserves a lot better than awards. They deserve to be in Heaven, a place full of happiness and there will be no more sufferings. I also pray for the lives of the family and the people involved in this accident and specially the souls of these heroes.
I hope that the students who were saved by these mighty students will live their lives to the fullest, achieve their dreams and goals and love their family more. I also wish that they will live being inspired by the heroes who saved their lives. Please do so.
And for the captain, my middle finger salutes you. Live well. In guilt. Thank you.
The absence of women in history is man made.
History is written by the weiners…
Bob Belcher is the coolest animated middle-aged Dad on TV, if not the coolest middle-aged Dad ever. He’s not a dimwit like Homer Simpson: he’s fully aware of the transvestites and transsexuals in his town, of his daughter’s zombie porn and butt obsession, his wife’s parents’ swinging activities in Florida - and he doesn’t care. He takes it all in his stride. He’s amazingly non-judgemental, prefers to live and let live, and all without having to spell it out or give us a moral at the end, and it’s good to see it on TV.
dude look on the pic you posted of ricks wall with all his notes and you will see a picture of abradolf lincler an episode before he appears the wall means something
You’re right! He’s right there by Rick’s pillow. Very clever, I’m still curious as to whether the connections mean something.
Now that I’m looking at this more, Rick’s bed is more like a cot than anything and looks really uncomfortable. I’d say it’s because of his sudden residence in the house, but now he’s been there a year, so maybe it’s more his preference. I doubt he uses it often, considering his policy on sleep from the first episode.
Maybe it’s intentional on his part, given his ambivalent feelings towards being there - why did he move in to being with, given his ability to live in any dimension or planet? - a sort of unwillingness to commit himself to being a permanent part of the family and household?
hello are you a ufo
His dog Stella from the Red Shoe Diaries is gonna be jealous…