The intersection of Taking-Media-Way-Too-Seriously Ave. and Not-Taking-It-Seriously-At-All Rd.
B’Elanna/Tom will always be one of my favourite Trek romances, probably because it always felt so real to me.
They both had their issues, and their ‘problematic attitudes’ and were both so young and angry when they were first stranded in the Delta Quadrant. But they grew so much over the course of the series, and learned so much, and because of that they found each other.
And I think it’s one of the most positive relationships of any of the series, because we get to see a couple who get married and have a child together and are still together by the end of the series. But most importantly - they work through all of their problems together, and support each other through everything the Delta Quadrant, and life in general, throws at them.
do you ever get tired of Kim being an unrealistic character who is pretty and super smart somehow? That is not how life works.
Hmm yes give me more of your insight
Today was an exceptional day.
white folks have some fucking nerve
They just keep on hitting new lows.
yeah… will NOT be seeing this movie
I ain’t paying a damn thing to see this shit.
the racism of this movie isn’t even subtle?????? like
how do people NOT SEE THIS and understand how messed up it is
Bone chilling music crashes through the scene; a familiar uneasiness comes over me. Helena is here, she commands every inch of my Macbook as if she is a virus that I can’t exit out of. I am entranced by this intense and naïve creature, who dims all those around her. In “Effects of External Conditions” we met this beautifully haunting character, and although you may expect to be repulsed by her barbaric and gruesome disposition, you can’t help but savor the moments she graces your screen. There’s just one problem: why isn’t she hailed as one of the best characters of our generation? Why isn’t she on t-shirts? Why isn’t she the center conversation? The topic of more articles? Why is it that, Tatiana Maslany, the fearless woman behind this character isn’t recognized and admired as affectionately as she should be? Is it because she isn’t a man? Is it because her killings aren’t justified with an alpha male complex like that of Dexter Morgan? Or is it because audiences have yet to discover this unique, little show?
The last person Merida ever expected to be drift compatible with was her mother. Growing up they had a lot of disputes about… well about pretty much everything. Elinor had a very strict idea of what her daughter should be doing and should not be doing and absolutely about where she should be going during the days while she and her husband went off on missions.
But when her father lost his leg and decided to go into early retirement she stepped up to the plate and found just what an amazing team she and her mother could make. Fergus coaches from the sidelines, but honestly the ladies know what they are doing and use their expertise in range weapons to protect the coasts in their Jaeger (Ursa Major)
7/?? of my Disney Jaeger Pilot Series
-“DID YOU JUST SHELL ME, ASSHOLE”
-“Don’t take it too hard, the only one who can beat me is Worf”
anon asked for DD9 Dax and Kira chilling after work!
i think the light turned out pretty good here