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Jul 6

vargesz:

AU: Regina and Emma go to Boston. Emma gets kidnapped. Fringe Division is handling the case. In true Walter fashion the doctor suggests a dangerous way - involving electricity and drugs - for Regina to find the missing woman.

walter: the experience won’t be pleasant but if you want to find your friend… regina: emma and i are not friends but i can’t go home without her. | let’s start already! walter: peter, come help me. peter: she is ready. astrid: walter, you said “not pleasant” not torture. walter: her reaction shouldn’t be this intense. if she doesn’t stabilizes we’ll have to stop. | olivia, help her. | turn it off, son. regina: don’t. agent dunham is helping. I saw something. | i can see her. she is with a man but i can’t see his face. | he has a gun. i know him. i know who took her. jefferson.

Jul 4

drtessarosetorres:

Women’s Murder Club  [rewatch] | 1x01 | “Welcome to the Club”

Airdate: October 12, 2007

imageYou know I love you like an annoying, emotionally stunted sister but I need probable cause.”

ladykate63:

Great scene, and based on an actual historical incident in medieval Germany:

When King Conrad III defeated the Duke of Welf (in the year 1140) and placed Weinsberg under siege, the wives of the besieged castle negotiated a surrender which granted them the right to leave with whatever they could carry on their shoulders. The king allowed them that much. Leaving everything else aside, each woman took her own husband on her shoulders and carried him out. When the king’s people saw what was happening, many of them said that that was not what had been meant and wanted to put a stop to it. But the king laughed and accepted the women’s clever trick. “A king” he said, “should always stand by his word.”

Medieval women were BAMFs.

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orphanblack:

Seestras Sarah, Alison, Cosima & Helena are taking a break from all the #CloneClub madness and getting down with brother-seestra Felix and Kira in this eye-poppingly clonetastic dance sequence from the Orphan Black Season Finale.

Watch the making of this groundbreaking scene, thanks to Intelligent Creatures (http://www.intelligentcreatures.com), the visual effects company behind BBC America’s Orphan Black.

#CloneClub Dance Party.

Just dance.

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pbandfluff:

AU Week: Warehouse 13 meets “The Diamond in the Window”

Orphaned siblings Claudia and Steve have just been sent to live with their aunt and uncle in 1960’s Concord, MA, but they find their Uncle Artie as eccentric as the house on 148 Walden Street. Tower rooms, winding hallways, gazing globes, and windows that only seem to exist from the outside are just a start to the strange goings-on at their new home. But it seems like whatever endless wonder might be found is about to disappear, as the bank is about to foreclose on the house and send all four of its occupants out on the street.
In a bid to find something of value amongst all the strange odds and ends collected by their Uncle Artie, Claudia and Steve begin exploring the house in earnest, and find an attic room with two beds and a collection of interesting trinkets, as if two siblings had lived in the house before their arrival. Unable to keep her silence anymore, their Aunt Vanessa reveals the story of their other aunt and uncle, brother and sister Pete and Myka, that went missing from inside the house years ago, causing Artie’s mental break. As well, they discover the story of Helena, the seemingly wealthy traveler who came to study under Artie’s tutelage, and who fell in love with their Aunt Myka and disappeared along with her.
The story seems only that, a story, that helps little in the face of their financial crisis, until Claudia finds a poem etched into the mysterious window of the attic bedroom that seems to draw her and her brother into vividly imaginative dreams only experienced in the attic room. As the dreams grow larger and more difficult to navigate, forcing Claudia and Steve deeper and deeper into the footsteps of their aunt and uncle, it’s a race against time to save the house and whatever chance they have of getting their family back and to solve the riddle of the diamond in the window.

pbandfluff:

AU Week: Warehouse 13 meets “The Diamond in the Window”

Orphaned siblings Claudia and Steve have just been sent to live with their aunt and uncle in 1960’s Concord, MA, but they find their Uncle Artie as eccentric as the house on 148 Walden Street. Tower rooms, winding hallways, gazing globes, and windows that only seem to exist from the outside are just a start to the strange goings-on at their new home. But it seems like whatever endless wonder might be found is about to disappear, as the bank is about to foreclose on the house and send all four of its occupants out on the street.

In a bid to find something of value amongst all the strange odds and ends collected by their Uncle Artie, Claudia and Steve begin exploring the house in earnest, and find an attic room with two beds and a collection of interesting trinkets, as if two siblings had lived in the house before their arrival. Unable to keep her silence anymore, their Aunt Vanessa reveals the story of their other aunt and uncle, brother and sister Pete and Myka, that went missing from inside the house years ago, causing Artie’s mental break. As well, they discover the story of Helena, the seemingly wealthy traveler who came to study under Artie’s tutelage, and who fell in love with their Aunt Myka and disappeared along with her.

The story seems only that, a story, that helps little in the face of their financial crisis, until Claudia finds a poem etched into the mysterious window of the attic bedroom that seems to draw her and her brother into vividly imaginative dreams only experienced in the attic room. As the dreams grow larger and more difficult to navigate, forcing Claudia and Steve deeper and deeper into the footsteps of their aunt and uncle, it’s a race against time to save the house and whatever chance they have of getting their family back and to solve the riddle of the diamond in the window.

(Source: hideeverytraceofsadness)

quatorz replied to your photo “AU Week - Outlaws”

Did you make that? That’s awesome!!

Heh, yep, I did! I made it quite a while ago, actually, but decided to bring it out for AU week. Thanks! :)

AU Week - Outlaws

AU Week - Outlaws

Jun 7
fuckyeahdebanddex:

skittlesinthere:

When I grow up, I want to be Deb Morgan. F’REAL.

this is brilliant

fuckyeahdebanddex:

skittlesinthere:

When I grow up, I want to be Deb Morgan. F’REAL.

this is brilliant

Jun 6

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Jun 5

samantha-sno-white:

the-glint-off-her-spectacles:

destielshipsjohnlock:

don’t you wish such place existed

They would be divided according to fandom. Crossover fics would appear in all the fandoms they reference. The smut section would have red lighting (for red light districts, duh) and the fluff section would have bean bags and stuffed animals. The angst section would be between fluff and smut so you can cope as you choose. There would be divisions according to pairings. Fan art would decorate the walls. There would be special nights for readings. The computers could be used to write fic and reference the original canon. Each fandom section would be decorated according to the corresponding fandom. The staff would wear cosplays from various fandoms.

*sobs quietly because this doesn’t exist*

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Jun 4

dr-cupcakes:

So Lost Girl and Orphan Black are fangirling over Orange is the New Black.