#daryl is like a cat #wanting to be around you but covering up his clinginess with indifference #’what’ i just wanna sleep here it’s comfy #it’s not cos you’re here #also if u sing that would be cool or whatever#not cos i like your singing. just cause there isn’t a juxebox #pffff #the fact that i wanna be around u all the time means nothing#*purrs happily*
Sometimes this fandom makes me want to send a letter of apology to Norman and Emily and then crawl under a rock in embarrassment.
If this is regarding a certain post I just saw in the tag, I totally understand & agree with the embarrassment. However, I think it’s important for all of us (including Norman & Emily if they see these things) to remember that there are actual teenagers on this website and the people who posts “embarrassing” things to us could very well be teens who tend to get overzealous and a bit silly with their celebrity/tv interests and they may not understand that it’s embarrassing. They probably will later looking back on it lol
Just my two cents :)
175 days till the walking dead countdown:
▶ rewatching s02e08: Nebraska
I don’t know if you’ve noticed this, but we have so much stuff on us. Every pocket, it’s like “well, Beth has to have her notebook, she has to have her gun, she has to have her knife.” And we got the backpack! I remember when Norman had to give me a piggy-back ride, every single take would be like “Oh God!” That line where he’s like “you’re heavier than you look” …I don’t think that’s in the script. - Emily Kinney (x)
“I hope that Henry regains his memories in time to maybe deal the final blow to Zelena. Another, sillier thing I hope happens, is him saying ‘Hello, my name is Henry Cassidy. You killed my father. Prepare to die.’”
I would never stop laughing if that happened.
everlark1989 asked: neal cassidy
or peter bishop
I’m glad i didn’t say goodbye. I hate goodbyes.
I really feel like there’s a bad misinterpretation in this fandom that severely discredits Rick when it comes to his parenting, especially this past season. And specifically when it comes to his relationship with Judith. I believe this season did a great job of showing Rick as an attentive parent to both Carl & Judith and it was pretty much the goal of the first half but it appears it went over some heads. And that headcanons for some people are running rampant. Andy Lincoln repeatedly said in early season 4 interviews that Rick would be focused on his children in the first half of the season (obviously he has to give more focus to survival in the second half, and he’s been separated from his daughter). These are some of the things Andy said:
There’s a bit of a single parent, apocalyptic parenting going on this season.
I mean, he’s a man that’s renounced leadership. He’s stopped the brutality of the world for the sake of his children
Though really all you need is this whole question & answer:
Rick is now a single dad. He has been since Lori died, but that particular role is so much more important to him this season, and it’s such a human thing, a situation he could face if he weren’t in this post-apocalyptic world. How much do you focus in on those human aspects when playing your character?
I think what we were struggling to do this season is to make some kind of normalcy, some kind of routine that has nothing to do with the horrors of the zombies. I think that, certainly for the first arc of this season, Rick is holding onto that ideal, saying, “I want to try and have as close to a normal childhood that my children are able to have under the circumstances.” So much so that he’s willing to sacrifice going on runs and being a leader with the group. Daryl and the others know that it puts the group at risk somewhat that Rick doesn’t do that, but they respect him, because they know that he’s looking after his children.
He’s got a very, very old fashioned relationship, I think, with his kids. It’s almost like 50 years ago. He’s a tough parent. He’s a tough father. There’s a routine. When people are in shock … my mother was a nurse, and she always said, “When people are in deep shock they need routine.” You see in Episode 2, Rick getting up, getting Carl up, feeding the animals, doing work. And getting into the rhythm, the cycle with nature, which I think, as parents, you do that. You have to make some kind of routine with your children, otherwise they have no place to anchor. That’s what [Rick] is trying to do.
I mean, I almost feel like that’s all I need to put in this post and call it a day. But nevertheless, I shall carry on. I’ll put it under a read more because there are pictures and meta ;)