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sometimes i wonder if there was a time when sam and dean forgot to put up a “do not disturb” sign and room service came into sam and dean’s room and saw all the pinned up pictures of murder victims and monsters and all that stuff, and she just kind of went
I was expecting this to be wincest but then it wasn’t and I just
the urls sound like sam and dean trying to one up each other
Jaime Lannister and Brienne of Tarth: another terrific pairing. They’re even more interesting, because they’re more different than the Hound and Arya, who share a certain stubborn ferocity. Jaime wants everyone to think he’s entirely cynical, and his father’s coldness and court politics have left him with few reasons to trust anyone. Brienne, on the other hand, is almost preposterously good: She believes that the nobles she serves share her strict ethical code, which means her whole life has been and will be a series of heartbreaks. (That said, she fought a bear, which means she wins at life by all the measures that matter.)
One reason this pair resonates so strongly is because it’s not unusual to be attracted to someone who, on paper, you should hate. I don’t even know if the attraction is sexual, and I enjoy the fact that they don’t know either. Like Littlefinger and Varys, like Tyrion and Cersei, these two simply get under each other’s skins, mentally, if not physically. Brienne found a way in to Jaime’s heart by simply treating him like anyone else — which means that she treated him like a person capable of evolving and acting with honor. This simple kindness floored Jaime; he’s one more character that “Game of Thrones” has expertly flummoxed.
After his hot tub confession, he’d still killed his king, he’d still be called the Kingslayer, he’d still go home a broken and one-handed warrior. His confession to Brienne didn’t change the facts, but it changed him. He’d told the truth out loud. Someone who knows him deeply still respects him — respects him more, in fact. He made a real friend, which may make a difference going forward. Or it may not. Who can say?
Maureen Ryan, 'Game of Thrones' Season 4: Finding Rays Of Hope In Dark Places, huffingtonpost.com (via chickren)
do action movies know they can have more than one female character
Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions.
This one male must have a shower scene, be saved by the protagonist at least once, and fall in love with a lead female.
Marvel: this character is dead
Marvel: totally dead
Marvel: how dare you suggest otherwise
Marvel: ...lol jk