"I liked the dinner scene that we shot in 3.01. And I liked it because it did something that I enjoy when television shows do, which is, harken back to the past in a very detailed and accurate way. When I read the script, and it referenced the pen that she was chewing on, I immediately went back to episode 3 of season 1 and watched that scene to make sure it was accurate. And it was. Those are moments that I like. If you didn’t have good character moments, the action wouldn’t matter, but there is a lot of action. And there’s a lot of days where I work for nine hours, and the only word that I have to say is ‘Stop!’ or ‘Run!’ or ‘Go!’, stuff like that. So, when I actually get a scene, where you get to act a little bit…and you’ll notice in that scene - and I was really happy with this - there weren’t a ton of cuts, you know? It really just let that scene play. So, I enjoyed that scene." - Stephen Amell (x)
“The question I’m asked most often as a defense attorney is whether I can tell if my clients are innocent or guilty. I don’t care.”
AU: Stiles and Derek have a fight and then Derek gets into a car accident. Laura calls Stiles to the hospital but Derek’s
being a stubborn assisn’t ready to forgive Stiles yet.
Ninth Doctor + Sass Master
" Love is putting someone else’s needs before yours." Olaf (Frozen)
so today i learned that in the late 1800s-early 1900s, the navy became concerned about possible homosexual activity among their sailors
so they sent in decoys, whose job was to pretend to want to engage in homosexual activity in order to find gay sailors
except then the job of the decoy got popular
like, really popular
like… worryingly popular?
reports said that the decoys were performing their jobs with “much enthusiasm and zeal”
eventually the navy decided. to. just stop.
elyan + the most badass hoodie in camelot - requested by anonymous (a long time ago)!