The most Powerful scene of the whole series.
This scene is so beautiful to me because it’s one of those things the writers put in for the older viewers despite the overwhelming younger demographic, but instead of some kind of sexual joke, it’s an actually powerful wake-up call.
Just because someone is of the same blood as you, doesn’t mean you automatically have to love them. Your family needs to earn your love and respect, not mandate it due to the presence of mutual genes. And I think that’s something a lot of us don’t realize until we’re older, and it’s a bit too late.
Homeless shelter is transformed into 5-star restaurant, hot food and warm hearts all around. See the full video here.
My favorite Stephen Gammell illustrations from ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’.
"Brozen," "Bronies," what it all means is "I am so insecure about what I like that I MUST rebrand it as masculine before associating with it."
i was making a lot of mistakes and then my archery instructor said:
"you make mistakes because you’re focusing on the target and not on your actions"
and i was like woah
thanks for giving me the best life advice i’ve ever gotten
"If Being Human was a movie, it would be a small, independent movie about people accepting themselves and love that never quite gets there but it’s there anyway." - Sam Witwer
Being Human AU: An indie Film
TheWrap: “What was the significance of Aidan donning his leather jacket in that final battle with Ramona?”
Sam Witwer: “I kept pushing the producers to let Aidan wear his leather jacket. They were very resistant at first. They thought that was a vampire thing. I argued that the jacket was not about being a vampire, but represented his struggle more than anything. For example, when we’ve seen Aidan in better times as a vampire, he was always wearing better clothes. That jacket is old, raggedy and beat up. It’s representative of who he’s trying to be. So, I kept pushing for that and thankfully I finally talked our director and executive producer Stefan Pleszczynski into it. What I had to do was in the old man makeup, which was wonderfully done by Erik Gosselin, I had to walk down the hallway with the jacket on and the old man walk. And when he saw it, he realized it wasn’t Aidan trying to look cool. It looked even sadder. That was the point. It’s a struggle. The Twitter response was great when he put on the jacket, because it signified that we’re going to have a showdown.” (x)