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Now this. THIS is a scene where I think Loki allows his true feelings for his brother to cloud his judgement. This is a scene where we see that Thor cares for Loki, and that Loki in turn, cares for Thor- it would have been much better for him not to go along with the plan- to plant the seed and ‘jump ship’ before it was too late. To let the usually egotistical, one-man-show of a brother of his, to go to Jotunheim all alone, and face the consequences in much the same way.
I don’t think it’s reluctance, or fear for his plans going awry that we see in the ‘what?’, in that expression… no. It’s genuine surprise. His brother, who has always been so strong, so capable of standing on his own - such a show off - didn’t even think it needed saying that his younger, obviously weaker, brother would be by his side in this battle. Loki is the one person Thor feels will be beside him without anything needing to be said; Thor needs Loki beside him- needs the reassurance of his brother’s presence (as we saw in the earlier deleted scene also - in which our ‘vain’ Thor asks Loki’s opinion of how he looks), and I think, perhaps, this is a moment in which, through all of his jealousy, all of his insecurities, Loki sees that, too.
Even just for this breif moment, before he returns to being a douche, Loki and Thor share a beautiful brotherly moment, and that wall of self-loathing Loki shrouds himself with disappears, for Thor and only Thor.
maybe this time…
I have a strong impression I like hurting myself.
Because I feel like Tahno would have a lot of nightmares about Amon and what happened on the pro-bending arena, just like Korra and Bolin had. And every time he wakes up, for a little second he thinks that was just a bad dream.
But then he remembers it wasn’t. it happened. and then… he just goes, and checks. every possible time..
I just have a lot of feelings about Tahno okay
“Conclusion: inevitable. Unless..”
“You didn’t know my father. He was cold, calculating, never told me he loved me, didn’t even tell me that he liked me.”
“I lied. A few weeks with him wasn’t all I wanted.”
“I wanted always.”
30 Days of Wincest ╬ Day 5 - Favorite Season 3 Moment
Episode 8 - A Very Supernatural Christmas
I can’t just sit around, drinking eggnog, pretending everything’s okay, when I know next Christmas you’ll be dead. I just can’t.
It’s almost comedic, if it wasn’t so damned depressing, how simple their one “right” Christmas is. Everything is from the nearby gas station, from the Charlie Brown tree decorated with fishing lures and air fresheners, to the eggnog with almost too much whiskey in it. Their gifts to one another, which surprise and amuse them both that they had the same thought, are every day supplies and porno mags. There’s nothing fancy about it, and most people would recall such a holiday bitterly. But to the Winchesters, who don’t celebrate holidays or have such family traditions, this is “doing it right”. Because it may very well be Dean’s last Christmas. Ever. So with tears just barely being held back in both of their eyes and memories in their minds of the Christmas Sam learned about the Family Business and gave Dean his necklace, they drink and watch the game and refuse to say everything the other already knows.
Thor now calls Loki “Broki.”
Loki then proceeds to blow up like a little shit and fuck everything up
Cas: I can’t face what I did, so I will disengage and take refuge in dissociation.
Dean: I can’t deal with how broken my friend is and I feel responsible and guilty, so I will disengage and take refuge in repression.
Hugging, doing it right.
Jesse Eisenberg is going to have another play produced by Rattlestick!
The nominees for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play are Christian Borle, Michael Cumpsty, Tom Edden, Andrew Garfield, and Jeremy Shamos.
Jensen Ackles on how he would explain Jared (JIB, 2012)