why is peter pan always flying?
I love this joke because it never grows old
It has a nice hook.
This doesn’t make sense. I’m lost, boys
MAYBE THIS IS WHY TINKERBELL IS ALWAYS FUCKIN PISSED OFF
"omfg is that a next generation top? so you think picard is better than kirk? wow loser kirk is way better!"
"what, really? you like the reboot? you’re not a trUE fan omfg i bet you’ve never even seen the original series!?!!!?!?"
i think my favorite thing about this is that the light fixture looks like a tiny crown
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No one (unaware of what was going on here) would believe that Robin is giving such faces away to MUCH.
(Okay, maybe a few fanfic writers would believe it, but not the majority of people.)
Robin will flirt with anything.
But danger is his favorite.
He gets very jealous when Marian also has a flirt with danger.
Killing the shadow self: Killian and Charming in 3B
After The Jolly Roger the parallels between Snowing and Captain Swan have grown much deeper. It’s already been stated that Zelena is to CS what King George was to early Snowing. Moreover, we can easily speculate that Killian’s angst in the next episode will heavily parallel Snow’s, when she lied to Charming about her feelings and told him she didn’t love him back. But here’s the thing: parallels in OUAT are not simple. They are tricky and faceted.
Killian will parallel Snow, but he already parallels Charming.
Think about it. When Charles Mesure’s casting was released, the internet freaked out because Killian and Blackbeard looked so alike they could have been related. When we first saw Blackbeard’s promo pics, many of us laughed because it looked like OUAT!Captain Hook was fighting Disney!Captain Hook. All of these choices - the casting, the clothing - were not casual or naive. The casting department chose someone who looked like his supposed nemesis, and they dressed him like Killian would have, if he’d been a “true” villain.
Killian’s fight against Blackbeard was really layered and charged. He literally ends up fighting his dark self and killing him. Much like Charming did in The Tower.
Both of them, prince and pirate, defeat and kill a mirroring nemesis. Both pay a terrible price for that: Charming is deprived of his courage, Killian is blinded by anger and, consequently, guilt. But both of them had to: Charming needed to embrace the fact he can be a father again, Killian had to realize that he’s no more a pirate.
What am I trying to say? Killian did make a terrible mistake when he decided not to help Ariel, but he needed to kill Blackbeard.
Killian Jones needed to kill the Pirate.
It’s a no-going-back point. With the pirate’s blood on his hands - his own blood, charged with all his guilt and need for love - he is finally ready to rise as a real hero.