20s. Rambly introvert/Web Designer/Entreprenuer/nerd with a crippling internet addiction. I get too excited about design, watch more TV shows than is acceptable & feel way too strongly about fictional characters. Occasional writer. Frequent ranter.

Stuff I watch include Archer, Revenge, Game of Thrones, Suits, Brook;yn 99, New Girl, Modern Family. Finally gave up on TVD. I mostly rant about Teen Wolf.

Hardcore Scott McCall fangirl since '11. I will fight you on this. Or block you. I very easily block anyone that gets up to foolishness and shenanigans.

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my disordered mind

A scene from the all-new “Undercover” Season Two premiere episode of BROOKLYN NINE-NINE airing Sunday, Sept. 28 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

I wish Dylan O’Brien the best in life, but the fact that I have to keep hearing about him cos of his movie, after non-stop hearing about him/Stiles for the past 3 years, is kind of a nightmare.

I hate that I’ve been lowkey unhappy and unsatisfied with my life for years now.

We need to talk about Dylan.

“We’ve only [filmed] five episodes, but I will say Jake’s taking a little bit of beating this year, which I like. There’s a lot testing his resolve, physically and emotionally. We’ve been sore the last couple of weeks.”
- Andy Samberg on Season 2 of Brooklyn Nine Nine (x)

My Least Favorite Trope (and this post will include spoilers for The Lego Movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Matrix, Western Civilization, and—cod help me—Bulletproof Monk*.) is the thing where there’s an awesome, smart, wonderful, powerful female character who by all rights ought to be the Chosen One and the hero of the movie, who is tasked with taking care of some generally ineffectual male character who is, for reasons of wish fulfillment, actually the person the film focuses on. She mentors him, she teaches him, and she inevitably becomes his girlfriend… and he gets the job she wanted: he gets to be the Chosen One even though she’s obviously far more qualified. And all he has to do to get it and deserve it is Man Up and Take Responsibility.

And that’s it. Every god-damned time. The mere fact of naming the films above and naming the trope gives away the entire plot and character arc of every single movie.

- Elizabeth Bear - My Least Favorite Trope (via feministquotes)

Was going to write a 2 line post about a B99 observation regarding Jake and Holt that turned into a 20 line meta post.. Houston we have a problem.

Got a free bottle of wine from my office’s TGIF thingy (they bought it and didn’t get a corkscrew and thus couldn’t open it till almost the end so I got to have it - shhh), and I’m slowly and happily devouring it while coding (or trying to) and occasionally pausing to watch funny Vine videos. This is my Friday night.

Also if you sent me an ask recently. Will ge to it!!!!

It’s September 2k14 are people still pressed that Tyler Posey doesn’t care about Sterek. Get a new hobby.


Can you make a set of Peralta making that clenched jaw face, like when he’s genuinely upset/disappointed/angry/etc?

Rihanna for Tush Magazine

Been getting a resurgence of reviews/favs on some of my old fics lately and reading them over I really want to get back into writing.


I would be much happier about the fact that Derek is now able to shift into a full wolf if they had done it differently. After  all that went down this season- Derek losing all his wolf powers while Scott struggled with his wolf and became more feral- this specific plot twist came basically out of nowhere. And I do not really think it was necessary to also squeeze this arc into this season and especially not into the season finale. Even without it they had enough potential drama to work with and I just have the feeling that the whole plotline unnecessarily shifted the focus of the final episode from Scott to Derek. Scott’s situation deserved to be the single center of this episode, he deserved more screen time for his conflict, his struggle, for his fight with Peter and Derek deserved a better handling of such an important arc.

Also I might be a little bit sensitive about the fact that the whole season had basically this underlying theme of Scott possibly evolving ( The “mute” used this expression in Scott’s nightmare) but it was Derek who “evolved”. Scott is supposed to be the leader but according to Teen Wolf mythology Derek’s newly aquired shapesifting qualities are associated with leadership and sadly I know exactly how the Scott erasing fandom tends to interpret a development like this one and all the possible implications kind of ruined it for me because it was just so unnecessary..

Yeah, so while I generally can acknowledge that Derek turning into a wolf  is something that was bound to happen sooner or later and that Derek deserves this little sense of achievement after all his failures, I am uncomfortable about the -non-existing-build-up, the possible implications and the fact that Jeff Davis obviously is nowadays not even willing  to keep the focus solely on Scott for one single episode, especially when this one had all the potential  in the world to be a really great episode for Scott and when he had no trouble making a whole season about Stiles, degrading everybody else to side characters in the process.

Like minds. I had to endure a painfully long car ride today and I started thinking about how annoying it was that Scott’s story was treated as a D-plot all season, suddenly made more important in like, episode 10, and with like 10 minutes of screentime in the finale for Scott, it’s Derek who gets this big, inexplicable thing happen out of nowhere.

I’m really so bitter that I’m making great strides to not think about this show for a while.

Just cleared out my tracked tags: Some 20-something or so tags from TVD and Teen Wolf, many of which I haven’t checked in months :| Just four now. What will be my next tv obsession, I wonder. Of all my on-hiatus shows, the only one whose return I’m really eager for is B99. I’m okay with that for now, seeing how busy I am. And God knows the new shows for the fall all look very unimpressive.