favourite Good Omens quotes + Crowley and Aziraphale

(based on this set)

"I am lying next to a hot, steaming body…"
"Good God woman, keep your dirty little sexual fantasies to yourself!"
"Well I would Gill, only I know it’s the only excitement you get this side of Christmas."

Top 10 TV Shows!

tagged by: breakawayfearless

"We’re gonna play a new game called Top 10 TV shows because there’s one for films, so I’d like to do one for TV shows. Write down your top shows and then tag 10 friends to do the same. Yay!"

  1. battlestar galactica
  2. the x-files
  3. stargate sg-1
  4. leverage
  5. scott & bailey
  6. star trek tng
  7. elementary
  8. doctor who
  9. arrested development
  10. deadwood/warehouse 13/ashes to ashes/rome?

edit: oh my god firefly!!! this list is impossible to do tbh

I tag: sharon-small, minisawhent, blueskylerimaginaryhathowlingfantods, formerlys

10-02 / 10:33 / 2 notes


6/15 favourite photos of Keeley Hawes

The joke isn’t that they’re cruel or bad at parenting or have any particular disdain for the world at large. They aren’t unkind to their neighbors or to the animals and their deeply devoted to their children and to each other.

The joke is that they’re happy.

The Addams Family is missing a lot of the typical sitcom tropes. There’s no mother-in-law jokes, no arguing over who’s supposed to fill what gender role, both Morticia and Gomez spend roughly equal amounts of time parenting the children and the most remarkable is the relationship between Morticia and Gomez. You see Morticia Addams and it really highlights how rare it is in family films and TV sitcoms to see a wife and mom character who isn’t like this “dissatisfied housewife always mad at my big dumb husband but I love him gonna stay with him because this is the world and he’s the best I can get and I am always right because wifes are the smart ones hey you can relate to this average American I guess”. Morticia and Gomez in contrast are usually working together you know rarely party A will keep something from party B but for the most part the form little schemes together as partners both are heads of the household and they almost never disrespect each other - remarkable in a genre where that’s usually the joke.

But the reason the Addams are happy is really beacause they exist outside of society’s expectations. Gomez is a man child who plays with his trains and that’s fine. Morticia fences with her husband and plays with weapons often and it doesn’t occur to them to care what other people think.

” —  Lindsay Ellis (via somebodysittingthereallthetime)

I must warn you that I’m getting into the part that I haven’t read yet.

10-01 / 8:00 / 273 notes / pagets

“I spent my life folded between the pages of books.
In the absence of human relationships I formed bonds with paper characters. I lived love and loss through stories threaded in history; I experienced adolescence by association. My world is one interwoven web of words, stringing limb to limb, bone to sinew, thoughts and images all together. I am a being comprised of letters, a character created by sentences, a figment of imagination formed through fiction.” — Tahereh Mafi, Shatter Me (via wordsnquotes)

"Being her S.O., I think, is something that serves several purposes. One is that she can keep an eye on Skye, she can get to know her better, and if there are any changes that happen in her she’ll be able to pick up on it much quicker. At the same time, she’s a real asset to the team as far as being able to go into the field, and we need every single member that we can get and Skye is someone that she can trust." - Ming-Na Wen x

One can never have enough socks,” said Dumbledore. “Another Christmas has come and gone and I didn’t get a single pair. People will insist on giving me books.

I get criticized for taking roles in films like ‘Ghost Rider 2’, but if you look at my resume, dude, I’ve mixed it up as much as I can.

09-30 / 4:00 / 53 notes / baptisms-
Liu believes that television “gives you the opportunity to have roles that are written for women that are in a wider spectrum than in film”. She certainly broke the casting stereotypes, both in terms of gender and race, when she took on the traditionally male, traditionally white, role of Dr. Watson. While Liu thinks that the industry has definitely opened up for Asian actors compared to when she started, she stresses that “It’s still a struggle. The bridge for that is not wide as it should be.”