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One more night

She didn’t do this, Eric, you did.


lexeilou:

lsunnyc:

finnockodair:

I’m that part of the fandom that can’t gif, make edits, write fanfiction or draw I’m just kind of here like

hey

Which makes you the commenter, the fic-reccer, the source-finder, the link-poster, the headcanon buddy, the forum-poster, the kink-prompter, the conversation starter, the number one fan, the miscellaneous details and subconscious fact-checker.

aka: you’re the person all those other skill-sets are producing for.

I like you.


wesleyaccola:

Jaime fuckin’ Lannister

wesleyaccola:

Jaime fuckin’ Lannister


bellinibeignet:

This was one of the best moments in the entire series. 


droqo:

"Kings" + Final Words


redandlizzie:

secret-phoenix:

mainlytheblacklistfeels:

I absolutely hate this moment for Lizzie.
It’s almost like she’s put in a situation alike to prostitution - she has to do whatever physical stuff is required for necessary personal gain - although in this case, the benefit is knowledge (in the long run) rather than financial. Lizzie’s poor face screams dread, and you can almost feel how sick-to-the-stomach she is.
This truly is a painful image to look at.

Agreed. This scene was probably the most disturbing scene of the series for me. I was yelling and screaming.

Megan was brilliant in this scene, absolutely brilliant.
And this scene is one of the reasons why I will never except Tom in her life in a romantic way (despite the hints that he’s not what he seems). What a disservice to the character of Liz if she is written to remain in love with Tom.
Ryan has great acting skills though so I hope they keep him around, but far away from a personal relationship with Liz. 
As for Red telling her to stay the course. He wasn’t happy about that. He didn’t look at her when he said those words, and Red always looks at Liz. I believe Red felt it was the lesser of two evils, and was required to obtain information on Berlin.

redandlizzie:

secret-phoenix:

mainlytheblacklistfeels:

I absolutely hate this moment for Lizzie.

It’s almost like she’s put in a situation alike to prostitution - she has to do whatever physical stuff is required for necessary personal gain - although in this case, the benefit is knowledge (in the long run) rather than financial. Lizzie’s poor face screams dread, and you can almost feel how sick-to-the-stomach she is.

This truly is a painful image to look at.

Agreed. This scene was probably the most disturbing scene of the series for me. I was yelling and screaming.

Megan was brilliant in this scene, absolutely brilliant.

And this scene is one of the reasons why I will never except Tom in her life in a romantic way (despite the hints that he’s not what he seems). What a disservice to the character of Liz if she is written to remain in love with Tom.

Ryan has great acting skills though so I hope they keep him around, but far away from a personal relationship with Liz. 

As for Red telling her to stay the course. He wasn’t happy about that. He didn’t look at her when he said those words, and Red always looks at Liz. I believe Red felt it was the lesser of two evils, and was required to obtain information on Berlin.


silenciodelmar:

Oooooooohhhhhhhhh…


veronicamarsconfessions:

Trigger Warning: “What was the first episode you remember thinking “Oh, this is different”? For me, it’s the sixth when Logan organized bum battles and we saw Aaron hit him for the first time.”

veronicamarsconfessions:

Trigger Warning: “What was the first episode you remember thinking “Oh, this is different”? For me, it’s the sixth when Logan organized bum battles and we saw Aaron hit him for the first time.”