#i think this is a really important scene for martha#because she sees that the doctor is treating jack like shit#and the doctor KNOWS that he did wrong by jack#and yet he still doesn’t seem to care#he’s not apologetic or ashamed - he’s cruel and flippant#”busy life. moving on” because the doctor doesn’t look back#and i think it’s really important for Martha to see that#see that he’s AWARE of what he does#it’s not the doctor being a dick and not realizing it#(which is probably how she’s been rationalizing her experience with him this whole time)#but he’s actively aware that he’s being a douchecanoe and actively choosing to not do anything about it#and for her to realize that is probably one of the turning points for martha#it’s her realizing that the doctor is not being good to her (or for her) and that she needs to think about making a change#because in all actuality s3!doctor is not a man you really should want to be friends with#s1 s2 s4 doctor yes - they’re the doctor and they can be mean and grumpy and scary or whatevs but they’re still a good person#s3 doctor is not a good person#he’s grieving and his grief is turning him into a cold emotionless asshole#and this scene is martha seeing his douchebaggery from an outside pov#and realizing that it’s not okay to just forgive or write off or rationalize his cruelty just because she loves him#i have a lot of martha feelings ok#dw (winterinthetardis)
I just wanted you to know, that…
This episode broke my heart. Because I know, I know from the beginning how it all ends but they still drang me through each painful step of the path that got them there.
we don’t talk about this episode
why don’t we talk about this episode
We don’t talk about it because these kids are our age or a little older. They are so relatable to us, and we fell in love with them. And it just hurts too damn much to watch.
Because we don’t see Brian and Kate and Michael.We see our best friend. Our cousin. Our little sister or brother. And we’d rather die then see them get hurt.
Someone on Twitter asked me at the Ask Orange event last week what my favorite thing is about Poussey, and I said “her smile.” Because, although a lot of people talk about how the show is a mix between comedy and drama, being in prison is not necessarily funny. It’s not a funny situation. But there can be people in prison who are naturally funny people, and people that you would enjoy spending time with, enjoy sharing a meal with. Although throughout the season you see that Poussey is frustrated by her incarceration, she has four more years to do there, so it’s not like she can so much see her end date. So I think, in contrast to some of the other characters, she really has to make prison her home, and has to make it livable there. I really enjoyed finding the joy within the fucked up-ness of it. —Samira Wiley
This is one of my most favorite endings to a Disney movie, hands down.
Fuck the sword of a Hun who was going to destroy China. Fuck any sort of gift from the Emperor. They’re these *things* that have no meaning whatsoever.
His little girl is home from a *war*, safe and sound, and that is the most important thing in the world to him. The world can go to hell, but it doesn’t matter, because Mulan’s home.