Not gonna lie I kind of miss this Scott. The one that was super impulsive and okay maybe a little naive. The one that was kind of stumbling around in the dark and didn’t mind admitting he needed help. The one that wasn’t afraid to say he wasn’t okay, they one where okay, yeah, their lives were kinda shitty but they were alive and dammit they’re gonna go on stupid bowling dates if they want to. Now he kind of shoulders everyone else’s burdens and it makes me sad
↳ One of the most heartbreaking scenes: Scott: It all started that night, the night I got bitten. Remember the way it was before that? You and me? We were nothing. We weren’t popular. We weren’t good at lacrosse. We weren’t important. We were no one. Maybe I should just be no one again. No one at all. And then Stiles just: Scott, just listen to me. You’re not no one. Scott, you’re my best friend, okay, and I need you. Scott, you’re my brother. Alright, so if we’re gonna do this, then I think you’re just gonna have to take me with you then. [
Jane the Virgin
This is the best picture!
There’s Jane, the pregnant virgin. Then on her right, her mother and the baby’s future grandmother, her actual grandmother and the baby’s future greatgrandmother and then on her left, the fiance, the baby’s father and of course, the baby’s father’s wife.
Complicated doesn’t even begin to cover it.
A huge part of the show’s success comes from Rodriguez’s performance. Because there’s so much heaped on the Jane character — and so much of if can seem pretty horrifying without the buffer of the show’s telenovela style — it’s essential that she not seem like a victim, like someone to pity. Rodriguez instead is all warmth and confidence, and her Jane moves through the world with the sense of self you only get by being raised by people who really loved and treasured you. (True on TV, true in life.) Jane the Virgin is a shining example of how much a show can get away with as long as it takes its characters seriously. The show buys into the idea of Jane, of Jane’s concerns, Jane’s strengths, Jane’s sensibilities. This is the world Jane lives in, and this is the way she feels about it. It sounds so easy! But you don’t need to look at too many other shows to realize this isn’t easy, or at least isn’t common.
A young, devout woman discovers that she was accidentally artificially inseminated.
Okay, but this show doesn’t sound funny. It sounds like a horror story.
I love how even though the show is funny, it still takes Jane’s feelings about the premise utterly serious. We do get to see Jane’s emotional distress over how the mistake affects her life. And as of now, she’s planning to sue the doctor who made the mistake.
Like seriously, I need more Jane The Virgin gif sets. And if you haven’t watched the show yet, watch it. It’s fantastic.
I never expected to love this show as much as I do, but it’s plain out awesome.
Day 7 of inktober is Scott <3
He’s adorable but during the first amd second season I really hated him :/ (Even tho he’a like the main character lolz)
Never understood how anyone can hate Scott, he’s the most loveable guy on the show.
Now Stiles, him I despise, despite him being the fan favorite. I never got how anyone could ever tolerate him.
I was kind of wondering, is there anyone else who when reblogging something with a typing error, feels the occasional need to fix the typing error before doing so?