coneypylon:

"The five of us made a pledge. We’d save this bottle, let some legal eagle stow it for us, and whoever turned out to be the last survivor of the group, well, he’d drink a toast to the rest of us."

(via gemenied)

Battlestar Galactica - Final Read Through (for Daybreak) - part 1

ETA: I uploaded the video on YT. Link here. Enjoy! ;)

(via littlemarieantoinette)

"This was made in heaven, I really believe that; and I think we’re all very privileged to have been a part of it."

ofhouseadama:

but no seriously how laura looks at him here kills me

image

and like… so often, when you see leaders become corrupt, it’s their love that’s the corrupting force, or their love is corrupted as well in some way, or the love is not based in any real substance. but not with…

(via inonesingleline)

tardisandfeathered:

A lost little boy is always a lost little boy at heart.  

I love Wilf so much because while the Doctor also needed his companions, they needed him just as much.  Except for Wilf. Wilfred had seen life, lived a long life, and although he wasn’t a centuries-old Timelord, was to all intents and purposes the older of the two.  He was the one offering the exact support the Doctor needed when he, as an old man, was ordered the impossible: not to die.  It was the sort of reassurance of the impossible that parents give to their kids when they realize all they need is even just a token shelter from reality.

I get the distinct impression that the Doctor’s father was at the least neglectful and dismissive, if not an emotionally abusive arseface.  And the Doctor and Wilfred recognized each other.  Wilfred saw a terrified, brave kid, and the Doctor saw the dad he never had.

I just cried a little from that and I’m not ashamed to admit it

(via maurahatsandcoffee)

theladyholmes:

consulting-magic-dalek:

“Lest we forget”


May 2nd 1998- The Battle of Hogwarts.

had to be done, theme of this blog be damned

*sobs*

(via hidden-under-the-desk-deactivat)