“I think they’re both wounded warriors who don’t bleed on other people. Cap has no one to bleed on. I think Sam knows how to handle people like that. … Sometimes when things are bad, trusting a stranger is the way to go.” - Chris Evans.
I’m English, so I’m dirty.
Matt Bomer for THR, April 2014
Alright, I can’t be the only one who was really confused by the first scene, right? An wartime-style news reel about STDs starring our boys in New York kicked off this episode.
Supernatural’s back! It seems like forever since I watched an episode of this, I hate these mid-season hiatuses. In fact, it’s been so long (and I’ve watched so much TV) that I’d almost forgotten where we were: my memory was soon jogged by the customary ‘then’ pre-credits montage, and I was back up to speed.
At the moment, Dean is spiraling into a destructive alcohol-fuelled depression because…
That’s what’s up
I am a bad fan. I am a really, really bad fan.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier came out on the 20th March, according to IMDb, and I only saw it yesterday. And I haven’t had this blog very long, but you need to know something about me: I am a massive Marvel girl. I love the Avengers, Spiderman and the X-Men. And my favourite Avenger is Captain America. Here is me in my favourite jumper to…
"I told him to stop sticking his finger in my belly button."
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"When I moved to the country people thought I was a genuine prostitute. It happens all the time. It happened recently in America, where they tend to introduce people with a little biography, and I was introduced as ‘the prostitute’ – Billie Piper
Norman is freaked out, that much is obvious. His confident, menacing persona is long gone and he’s almost visibly shaking as he’s processed at the police station. His anxiety isn’t helped when Norma tells him to lie to the police about the circumstances surrounding the incident at Cody’s house.