Sherlock. Benedict Cumberbatch. Cabin Pressure. Harry Potter. J.K. Rowling. James McAvoy. The Hunger Games. Veronica Mars. Homeland. How I Met Your Mother. The Big Bang Theory. Mad Men. Nikita. Community. The Good Wife. The Newsroom. Criminal Minds. Matthew Gray Gubler. Downton Abbey. So You Think You Can Dance. Chuck. Hart of Dixie. Boston Legal. James Spader. Pretty in Pink. John Hughes. 80s. 90s. The Amanda Show. Mean Girls. Never Been Kissed.
Christmas just came early for the Cumberbitches! For the poor people with ALS, too, but mostly for the rabid Cumberbitches.
For the cynics who think he’s just jumping on some trend, Ben’s been an ambassador of the Motor Neurone Disease Association since portraying Stephen Hawking in 2004. He’s specifically set up a recovery fund for the benefit of the ALSA (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association).
So who else waited and waited even ‘til the end of credits (like it was a Marvel film) for the scene that never came? Still, great finale. That scene between TH & MoT… best surprise EVER. I wanted that. Always thought they were a good match. And I’m so happy they left out KS’s confession! Always thought that was unnecessary. I mean, TI’s in enough shit already. Speaking of, I’m surprised, not disappointed, D&D didn’t actually show how it wasn’t gold! Why JR’s fate though??
Highlights, reactions, and everything in between. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD.
Once upon a time I wanted her head on a spike. But after this episode—after that performance—I just want to crown her. I don’t recall Sansa taking control of things like that in the books, but hell, you go girl!
Screencap from the opening credits of 2008 film, The Other Boleyn Girl. I assumed this was before Atonement, where these two had much bigger roles, but it was actually after. Alfie Allen is also here playing the king’s messenger— in Atonement he was the Tallis family’s handyman.
"Her heart sank into her shoes as she realized at last how much she wanted him. No matter what his past was, no matter what he had done. Which was not to say that she would ever let him know, but only that he moved her chemically more than anyone she had ever met, that all other men seemed pale beside him."
All viewers in that moment. Sweet baby Jesus, this show’s writers are on crack!Immediate flashback tothat episode in season 3 where a drunk secretary ran over someone’s foot… with a lawnmower. In the office.