Then finish it, cuz i’m with you til the end of the line.
The writers should have listened to Joanne.
the sad part is they’d filmed this episode before she said this. and yes, yes, I wish to God they had listened.
you know what? I’m reblogging this
I’m reblogging this because I want to use it for every hateful sexist little Pyka shipper out there that believes the entire reason that a Bering and Wells shipper could hate that episode is just because we ship Bering and Wells.
No. I hate that episode because the woman who portrayed Myka has the same interpretation of Myka’s character as I do, and even after filming 2/3 of the last season and while knowing how it would end, still had this to say about what she would have chosen for her character.
It’s not ABOUT who she ends up. It’s not ABOUT whether or not she ends up with ANYONE. It’s about the insistence that this independent and strong woman both NEEDS and WANTS KIDS.
If it’s done in a way that is true to the characters, I honestly don’t care who she ends up with. The point is, they’re not doing this in a way that actually makes sense.
Or here, let me rephrase that: Myka’s snark, Myka’s constant insistence throughout the episode that no, that’s not happening and no she doesn’t necessarily want kids IS true to character. What pisses me OFF is that Pete is so fucking baby-crazy he won’t let it go.
I love Pete Lattimer, but right now, I really, really dislike Pete Lattimer.
And that is NOT how I wanted to feel about him in the last season.
"I told my agent, ‘no more swords, no more horses.’ You can get stuck in things. And maybe I can cut my fucking hair."
-Kit Harington in Rolling Stone, May 2014
Sarah + hoodies
On what it was like shooting the purple wedding: ”All of us girls are sitting there, because it’s so hot in Dubrovnik in Croatia in the summer. So we’re all sitting with our skirts up around our necks, you know, playing scrabble. It’s very glamorous” — Natalie Dormer on Late Night with Seth Meyers (x)