Mariska bad taste in women…that awful Hswank….she was her girlfriend for years….Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Was? I bet they’re still fucking…
I am better with you Watson. I’m sharper, more focuses. Difficult to say why, exactly. Perhaps in time, I’ll solve that as well.
I don’t know what got into me but I watched the 100th episode of Criminal Minds…. Ended up crying like a baby, I couldn’t breathe and my heart was pounding…It’s only the second or third time I see it, that’s why.
I think I watched all seasons twice except for the end of season five(after the 100th) the end of season 6(just before Prentiss dies) and the entire season 7 which I only saw once…
That’s a few episodes for me to re watch!!!
Like I said, CM and Modern Family buried SVU last night, as usual…
A head stone with the name Stabler on it….Nice way for Criminal Minds to say they knew they were gonna burry SVU last night! Let’s wait for the ratings shall we?
Anonymous asked: r u kidding me rn u SAW IT? WHAT. SHIT. I'M NOT READY.
Yes, I did, the same way I saw the season premiere before it aired…
And no, you’re not ready, trust me!
I won’t spoil you guys but after seeing the svu finale a few days ago( don’t ask me how, I promised not to tell), but I ca tell you this much : you’re gonna cry and probably pull your hair and curse warren!!!!
Enjoy, I know I did…
for future reference: this is how joan watson smiles before she fucks an egotistical mastermind’s shit up
You said there was only one person in the world that could surprise you. Turns out there’s two.
Moriarty underestimating Joan, to whom she referred as Sherlock’s “mascot,” is what leads to her undoing. Sherlock and Watson, in effect, turn their weaknesses into strengths: for Holmes, it’s his addiction; for Watson, it’s her novice status. In “The Woman,” Watson feared she wasn’t ready to handle investigations without Sherlock, though he’s quick to assure her that she’s simply underestimating her own abilities. In “Heroine,” Watson is every bit Sherlock’s equal, though Moriarty lacks Sherlock’s ability to see it. Ultimately, it’s Watson who serves as the true catalyst for Moriarty’s downfall, which is fitting, since Joan is the true human connection Holmes has made, not “Irene Adler.” This is solidified in the episode’s conclusion, as Sherlock names a rare species of bee after Watson: Newglassia Watsonia, the product of a bee thought incapable of pairing with other species. Not unlike Holmes, who initially resisted Watson’s partnership, yet now couldn’t possibly be without it. It’s a metaphor for their relationship that’s equal parts overt and beautiful.