“A major house cleaning is underway at NBC.
The network has axed 1600 Penn, Guys With Kids, Up All Night and Whitney — with more cancellations expected later today.” (x)
what do you mean by more cancellations
Even though I’m the puppeteer, Hannibal really, really loves Will.
Mads Mikkelsen on what intrigues him about Lecter’s relationship with Will (x)
“Hannibal Lecter has his own morals. And he is extremely in tune with them. He is a master of empathy, but he’s turned that into a weapon. So he is very interesting on many levels, because if you violate his moral code, he eats you.”
Just one more minute, what would you give for one more minute?
May the wind be always at your back; and the sunshine warm upon your face.
1) The Death of Spock (WOK)
No single character anchored Star Trek; two did. Almost from the very beginning, the chemistry between Kirk and Spock defined the show in a way that made it impossible to have one without the other.
“I designed Kirk and Spock to complete each other— And, in fact, the Kirk/Spock/McCoy triad proved to be the dramatic embodiment of the parts of one person: logic, emotion, and the balance between them,” Roddenberry said.
It was this interdependency that made the death of Spock arguably the most unexpected, dramatic and emotional sequence in the entire franchise. The protective screen dividing them becomes a metaphor for not only the lines between life and death and human and Vulcan, but also for a heart broken in two. As Kirk slumps to the floor next to his fallen comrade, he too is dying.
Star magazine’s Into Darkness special, “The Top 100 moments of Star Trek” (emphasis mine)
Favorite ASOIAF characters » Sansa Stark
I am Sansa Stark, Lord Eddard’s daughter and Lady Catelyn’s, the blood of Winterfell. She turned her face up to the sky and closed her eyes. She could feel the snow on her lashes, taste it on her lips. It was the taste of Winterfell, the taste of innocence, the taste of dreams.