Patience Takes Tyme

Sanguine. Serene. Sparing. Sparring. Silly.

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faith5by5-1013 replied to your post“Will every episode of Doctor Who Series 8 require a death of a random…”
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They seem to have some season-long arc planned out involving that afterlife/heaven location and they’ll probably have characters from every episode present when they address it. As usual, Moffat is disregarding characters to serve the plot. Literally
You’re exactly right—that is why he’s suddenly gotten even more kill-happy than he was previously.  I hadn’t really made that connection, as its been an episode or two since we’ve had to suffer yet another vague scene referencing the Heaven type locale (fortunately).  Regardless, it really is murdering the characters to serve the plot—I apologize.  That rather blunt pun wasn’t anticipated in the slightest.  But, alas, here we are.  
Glad to know I’m not the only one who isn’t a fan of the season thus far.  

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hesoffhisrocker:

Honestly guys, there are some serious parallels between merlin and supernatural. I’m not sure if this has been done before, but srsly just look at it. 

There’s

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no way

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that

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these two

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aren’t related

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in some way.

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Even

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their 

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crushes

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are similar.

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Both more than

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simple humans.

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And then there’s

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the long haried brother.

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That everybody ships

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with yet another dude.

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Your daughter’s done a great injustice. So we’ve come here seeking revenge. You see, we may not look like much. Between the three of us, we have five legs, four eyes and two and a half working pairs of lungs. But we also have two dozen eggs, so if I were you, I’d go back inside.
Gus, The Fault in Our Stars

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"Emma leans in and kisses Killian, a kiss so different than their one in Neverland that was full of built-up tension and passion. This kiss was equally passionately but so much more. They tenderly run their fingers through each other’s hair and he sweetly caresses her chin. When they pull apart, they smile serenely and this time Emma does not pull away. He leans in and kisses her again as they both are home, symbolically, with the Storybrooke sign illuminated in the background. It may not have broken a magical curse, but this moment for Emma and Killian was a True Love’s Kiss. Both were guarded, lonely people, but they broke down each other’s walls and found home within each other. And there is nothing more magical than that." (x) - by happinessisblooming for The Nerd Machine

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