No Place Like The Office - The Office
i can honestly say this was the BEST series finale ever. this ending scene of them all in the office just sitting around remembering… amazing. it wrapped everything up perfectly and gave us a real closing. i just really loved it.
The Hunger Games Character in the Avengers or the Avengers in the Hunger Games (asked by anon)
Panem’s Mightiest Heroes
Katniss Everdeen as Hawkeye (arrows & snark)
Peeta Mellark as Captain America (influential with words, great physical strength, weapon of protection)
Haymitch Abernathy as Iron Man (alcoholic, doesn’t play well with others)
Gale Hawthorne as the Hulk (breath-taking anger)
Finnick Odair as Thor (body of a God, the trident is his hammer)
Johanna Mason as the Black Widow (master manipulator, all around badass)
I love you Safran.
Tonight Blair acted like a bitch, the dark parts of her reared their ugly heads. She was jealous, selfish, insecure and really, a horrible girlfriend. You know, the things we were told Dan would never love, that he’d run away when he saw that side of Blair. And all he had to say to her was “if only you could see what i see.” He didn’t yell at her, he didn’t freak out, he told her what she needed to hear. And then she came to him and no apology was needed. He loves Blair exactly as she is, self-loathing and insecure, but an amazing person who just needs someone to show her what she’s worth.
We saw the difference between DB and CB. Dan and Blair are equals. Blair doesn’t have to break up with him to become powerful before she can be with him, she is powerful on her own and no man or magazine can take that away from her. And when she’s not feeling that way, Dan will help her see it and believe in it. Blair spent all of S4 trying to ~find herself, separately from Chuck, so she could be worthy of him in her own eyes. Now we’re seeing her in a relationship, with a guy who can HELP her find herself. Not based on what she achieves, but how she feels about herself. This is something Blair seriously needed to learn.
R E A L L O V E.
These two people — one is the queen bee, and one is the lonely boy — actually have a lot in common compared to their other friends. [They have] this sense of intellectual curiosity, and interest in things outside their own world. They’ve always had a strong connection with each other. - Stephanie Savage (x)