“Well, it’s true that you often kind of forget to see the person you’re most intimate with, but occasionally I’ll come to and sort of think, Oh my God! You’re really, really good-looking! [Laughs.] I’m embarrassed now! It’s nice to occasionally have that flash.”—Claire Danes about Hugh (x)
Hello! I was wondering if you'd heard about the show called OZ. I recently found out about it and it's amazing. Tobias Beecher has so much in common with Graham it's incredible, from glasses to development into an ass-kicker of his abusers. And he falls into a 100% canon relationship with a charming, manipulative serial killer who's controlling obsession of him is his downfall (but his love comes off as very sincere which makes it sadder). The actors are great too, Chris is such a natural.
[…] And because one ask is not enough I should also mention it handles minorities, sexuality, (Beecher and Chris Keller along with many others are canonically bisexual), morality, abusive relationships, racism, the death penalty debate, and sexual violence seriously and expertly. And Beecher and Keller’s relationship is so poignant it’s depressing that it’s so toxic as well. It is graphic sexually and violently but is also a rare (the only?) show with nudity to have WAY more dicks than boobs.
I LOVE OZ! it used to air really late at night and my fourteen yr old self would sneak up to watch all the penises. agreed 100% on all points, it’s a fantastic show and beecher/keller will always have a place in my heart. fav canon ship ever. ♥
“I was heartbroken. Unhappy. I went over to the club, and I just started crying. Uli Hoeneß picked me up. He immediately began to help me. He contacted the brightest doctors in Germany, got my father down here where they began treating him. A week ago the doctors said that they give him a chance. In fact, there is a good chance that he will survive. Of course he’ll survive. I’m sure of it. It says a lot about this club, that they’re there for me and my family. It’s priceless value being in a club that does so much for their players. They have all been there for me. Guardiola has also helped me a lot and put an arm around me and talked to me when I needed it. The past three months have been tough. Every two weeks, my father lived with me while he received treatment at the hospital in Munich. Then he flew back home. I think I have gained some experience that makes me stronger.”—Pierre-Emile Højbjerg on his father’s cancer and how Bayern has helped him. (via talktobastianbitch)