[wraps arms around favorite character] [wraps legs around them] [wraps entire existence around them]
Does anybody else think the writers made Odin way more villainous in the second movie, probably to cater to fans? I mean, the first one already established that he was a dick father who certainly didn’t take Loki’s perspective into consideration, but he acted differently in this movie. Personally, I hate Odin in both films, but from a more neutral point of view, it’s obvious that his attitude and even personality are very different in each one. I guess I’m not complaining, because this only supports the “Loki is somewhat justified” argument, but I have to wonder why the writers are giving in to us.
i feel like the entire doctor who fandom is gonna be massively disappointed when capaldi’s catchphrase isnt fuckity bye
Peace on Earth (or Whichever Planet You Happen To Land On)
We’ve put up a new billboard in the Meatpacking District of NYC.
In case The Doctor visits New York City again.
You know, the one without the time paradox.
Soo…is no one actually giggling to themselves because that snowflake is make of sonic screwdrivers or…
We were waiting for someone to notice OUR FAVORITE PART!
When is a BBC holiday a happy one…
Right up until the episode airs. That’s when it’s happy