I feel like Norman knows what his tweets do to us and just sit there with a smirk on his face thinking ‘Hell ya, let’s sail this ship!’ :D
This is probably the sexiest piece of classical music I have ever heard. I feel sort of silly saying that, but seriously.
I’m reminded of the TWD Bethyl fic Blue Velvet by idreamoffrankie for some reason. I wish I could use it somehow in my own fic, but I don’t think it fits.
voodoian asked: According to Scott Gimple, the ominous graffitti messages seen in “Clear” (3x12) may foreshadow future plotlines. I was just wondering what the ominous graffiti messages were ?
There's soooo much graffiti in that episode that it's impossible to tell what's "ominous" or what could foreshadow future plotlines. I can't really discern what any of it could mean, but there's certainly some that I find curious. Here is a list of all of the graffiti in the episode that's legible (below the 'read more' - it's extremely long). Some of it's faded or covered up, or they didn't focus on it enough to really make it out, but it's the best I could do. If anyone comes up with theories, please let us know! - Jenn
Leonardo da Vinci
Red Chalk on paper | ca. 1512
attributed to Francesco Melzi
562 years ago today, Leonardo was born in Anchiano, a tiny settlement outside of Vinci, and it was recorded by his grandfather Antonio da Vinci:
"1452. There was born to me a grandson, the son of Ser Piero my son, on the 15th day of April, a Saturday, at the 3rd hour [10.30pm] of the night. He bears the name Lionardo."
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LEONARDO!
Buon Compleanno, Leonardo! <3
Cara Buono as Dr. Faye Miller. I don’t “ship” but dammit I liked her. I thought she complimented Don well.
My absolute favorite of Don’s women. Bring her back!
"This is where I used to live."
Inasmuch as Don’s new dedication to radical honesty may have cost him his job, it may very well be his only route to repairing his broken relationship with Sally. I found this scene to be the perfect ending to what I thought was the show’s best season, signifying at once both hope and irreparable tragedy.