"You get me, and you get your family and you get this world, and that’s it. And if that’s not enough for you, then I’m sorry, but it’s not nothing. Because I love you. And I’m gonna remember you."
He looks at him. Sad half-smile. He nods.
Only you can shape your d e s t i n y
This isn’t the age of spies. This is not even the age of heroes. This is the age of miracles… and there’s nothing more horrifying than a miracle.
Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate that Crowley has a portrait hanging in Hell of himself wearing a Nazi-style uniform with a pitchfork where the swastika would be.
Let’s just all take a moment to appreciate the fact that this was the first time that Misha saw that picture
There is nothing about this that isn’t funny.
I love how he almost, ALMOST breaks character for half a second.
Also viewable at Vimeo.
Artist: Harry Chapin
Summary: In the beginning, there was Sherlock Holmes. And Holmes brought forth the brilliant doctor House, embodied by the lovely Hugh Laurie. Who prior to that in Fortysomething played a slightly less brilliant doctor, Paul Slippery, who begat three sons, the eldest of which was played by the equally-lovely-if-somewhat-peculiarly-named Benedict Cumberbatch. Who of course grew up to play Sherlock. And the Universe looked upon its work and pronounced it good. And then my head exploded.
This is fantastic
“The idea was to bring together a group of of remarkable people to see if they could become something more. To see if they could work together when we needed them to, to fight the battles that we never could.”
~ Nick Fury, The Avengers (2012)
I haven’t made anything like this before, and I just wanted to see if I could. Turns out, with a lot of effort and tears and caffeine, you can do anything. Took a week and I’m pleased with it. Hope you all enjoy it, too. Have a good evening.
Can Julie Andrews pass the ‘wholesome test’? The answer is no.
Julie is even more perfect than I previously thought.
I love her. She’s a lady, but oh such a badass