thieves-r-us:

elenitahb:


NATE: Hey, Hardison. You can’t do what I do. // HARDISON: What, you think I’m not smart enough? // NATE: Nah, no, you’re smart enough, that’s the easy part. // HARDISON: What’s the hard part? - 3.04; The Scheherezade Job
JIMMY: You betrayed your own father. You’re more ruthless than me. Crueler than me. Yeah. Maybe you are better than me, huh? - 3.09; The Three Card Monte Job

HARDISON: You know, Nate, it seems like lately you’ve been so focused on the part of the job where we wreck people, I thought it might be nice to show you we actually do some good in the world. I know you’re mad, but— // NATE: Hardison… Thanks. - 4.14; The Boys’ Night Out Job

NATE: Listen, Hardison. The only thing success teaches you in this job is the next time, make it a little tougher. And tougher means more risk, more danger, more pressure on yourself. And that pressure begins to take a toll. You begin to see the absolute worst in people. Their sins, their weaknesses, things you take advantage of. And after a while, you realize that maybe the job has changed you. And not always for the better. - 4.16; The Gold Job

Excuse me while I vomit my feelings here but I just have so many emotions about Nate and Nate’s relationship with his father and how sometimes Nate and Hardison’s dynamic echoes that relationship except for the fact that Jimmy actually did some major damage on Nate because he shaped him since he was a kid and Nate is aware of that and is trying to prevent Hardison from becoming him. And I love how they’ve been dancing around this idea since last season and then this episode happened and it was everything that I wanted and then more because they never disrespected nor understimated Hardison’s ability to run his own crew in the future (I’m too emotionally invested in those characters and I want them to be happy and successful at whatever they end up doing when everything is said and done ok) but Nate step aside and left him do everything even if he knew it’d all probably fell apart and at the end he was far from being an ass about it. He was just waiting him with a backup plan and not a single ‘I told you so’. He even opened up his heart in some scenes and basically was, during the whole episode, the wind in his back, not the spit in his face (it’s gorgeous in Spanish.)
Both characters have grown so much and there’s been such a huge development in their relationship since that final scene in Scheherezade, I just want to hug them both. 

GUH. THIS TEAM WARMS MY HEART SO FUCKING MUCH.

#i just think it was so necessary to see this #because hardison has wanted to do this for so long #and he needed to fail because hardison isn’t one to see the bigger picture #he incorporated a lot of stuff he’s learned from the others but he doesn’t have nate’s ability to step back and gauge #(yet) #because he’s the hacker #because the hacker is by its existence a role defined by its distance #he has all these plans and he sets things up #and he expects it to go perfectly #because that’s what you do when you write code or when you deal with computers #you revise afterward #and on the con so much of it is improvisation #but it changes you #and nate’s aware of that #and hardison just wants to stand on his own two feet and do something #and HE WILL DO IT #HE WILL BE SUCCESSFUL #BUT NOT THIS FIRST TIME #UGH MY BABY

thieves-r-us:

elenitahb:

NATE: Hey, Hardison. You can’t do what I do. // HARDISON: What, you think I’m not smart enough? // NATE: Nah, no, you’re smart enough, that’s the easy part. // HARDISON: What’s the hard part? - 3.04; The Scheherezade Job

JIMMY: You betrayed your own father. You’re more ruthless than me. Crueler than me. Yeah. Maybe you are better than me, huh? - 3.09; The Three Card Monte Job

HARDISON: You know, Nate, it seems like lately you’ve been so focused on the part of the job where we wreck people, I thought it might be nice to show you we actually do some good in the world. I know you’re mad, but— // NATE: Hardison… Thanks. - 4.14; The Boys’ Night Out Job

NATE: Listen, Hardison. The only thing success teaches you in this job is the next time, make it a little tougher. And tougher means more risk, more danger, more pressure on yourself. And that pressure begins to take a toll. You begin to see the absolute worst in people. Their sins, their weaknesses, things you take advantage of. And after a while, you realize that maybe the job has changed you. And not always for the better. - 4.16; The Gold Job

Excuse me while I vomit my feelings here but I just have so many emotions about Nate and Nate’s relationship with his father and how sometimes Nate and Hardison’s dynamic echoes that relationship except for the fact that Jimmy actually did some major damage on Nate because he shaped him since he was a kid and Nate is aware of that and is trying to prevent Hardison from becoming him. And I love how they’ve been dancing around this idea since last season and then this episode happened and it was everything that I wanted and then more because they never disrespected nor understimated Hardison’s ability to run his own crew in the future (I’m too emotionally invested in those characters and I want them to be happy and successful at whatever they end up doing when everything is said and done ok) but Nate step aside and left him do everything even if he knew it’d all probably fell apart and at the end he was far from being an ass about it. He was just waiting him with a backup plan and not a single ‘I told you so’. He even opened up his heart in some scenes and basically was, during the whole episode, the wind in his back, not the spit in his face (it’s gorgeous in Spanish.)

Both characters have grown so much and there’s been such a huge development in their relationship since that final scene in Scheherezade, I just want to hug them both. 

GUH. THIS TEAM WARMS MY HEART SO FUCKING MUCH.

#i just think it was so necessary to see this #because hardison has wanted to do this for so long #and he needed to fail because hardison isn’t one to see the bigger picture #he incorporated a lot of stuff he’s learned from the others but he doesn’t have nate’s ability to step back and gauge #(yet) #because he’s the hacker #because the hacker is by its existence a role defined by its distance #he has all these plans and he sets things up #and he expects it to go perfectly #because that’s what you do when you write code or when you deal with computers #you revise afterward #and on the con so much of it is improvisation #but it changes you #and nate’s aware of that #and hardison just wants to stand on his own two feet and do something #and HE WILL DO IT #HE WILL BE SUCCESSFUL #BUT NOT THIS FIRST TIME #UGH MY BABY

elvis-shrugged:


Good news for all you “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz” fans:It’s just been announced that the tremendous trio of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright are going to start shooting the final installment of their “Blood & Ice Cream” Trilogy, titled “The World’s End”, next year! The trilogy, named for the repeated motif of Cornetto ice cream and copious amounts of gore has developed a cult following over the years, so there’s definitely pressure for the finale to go out with a bang. On another interesting note, the use of the three flavours/colours of Cornetto is a reference to Krzysztof Kieślowski’s “Three Colours” film trilogy, which are all very good and definitely worth checking out. Currently there’s very little known about the plot of “The World’s End”. I can only assume by the title that it’ll have something to do with the apocalypse. The only solid bit of info released thus far about the film is that the featured flavor of ice cream will be mint chocolate chip (“Shaun of the Dead” had strawberry and “Hot Fuzz” contained the blue classic flavor of Cornetto).

BEST NEWS ALL DAY

elvis-shrugged:

Good news for all you “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz” fans:

It’s just been announced that the tremendous trio of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright are going to start shooting the final installment of their “Blood & Ice Cream” Trilogy, titled “The World’s End”, next year!

The trilogy, named for the repeated motif of Cornetto ice cream and copious amounts of gore has developed a cult following over the years, so there’s definitely pressure for the finale to go out with a bang.

On another interesting note, the use of the three flavours/colours of Cornetto is a reference to Krzysztof Kieślowski’s “Three Colours” film trilogy, which are all very good and definitely worth checking out.

Currently there’s very little known about the plot of “The World’s End”. I can only assume by the title that it’ll have something to do with the apocalypse. The only solid bit of info released thus far about the film is that the featured flavor of ice cream will be mint chocolate chip (“Shaun of the Dead” had strawberry and “Hot Fuzz” contained the blue classic flavor of Cornetto).

BEST NEWS ALL DAY

earwen-neruda:

alternate universes meme » sledge/snafu for @anonymous

F I R E F L Y

earwen-neruda:

alternate universes meme » sledge/snafu for @anonymous

F I R E F L Y


AU meme - Leslie Knope & Liz Lemon as the Doctor and companion (requested by hermione-in-the-tardis)

AU meme - Leslie Knope & Liz Lemon as the Doctor and companion (requested by hermione-in-the-tardis)

iloveyourglasses:


Is there anything you love so much, you’d protect it, no matter the cost, the damage it did to you? That’s how I feel about this club. Since I was five, all I’ve ever wanted was a Harley and cut. Change won’t happen quick, or without blood, but it’ll happen. It has to. 


Sons of Anarchy SEASON TWO

iloveyourglasses:

Is there anything you love so much, you’d protect it, no matter the cost, the damage it did to you? That’s how I feel about this club. Since I was five, all I’ve ever wanted was a Harley and cut. Change won’t happen quick, or without blood, but it’ll happen. It has to. 

Sons of Anarchy SEASON TWO