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Another Firefly fan!!! You don’t know HOW many times I’ve wanted to use the phrase “I’ll be in my bunk” in response to a Mindy/Messina scene, but NOBODY else gets it! So sad that Mal dies before they have their beautiful baby. Firefly forever!
Tries not to cry.
If I would have seen you use that phrase I would have reblogged that like a mad woman.
So I’ve decided. I’m going to the Calgary Expo again this year.
and many more
I’m still disappointed that I couldn’t go to the Futurama panel last year but NATHAN FILLION YOU GUYS!!!
The light on their faces: Mal is cragged, often shadowed, but strong, sad-eyed and kind. Kaylee is round, warm, and open. Sexuality and honesty. River is planed, underlit, eyes hooded. She’s a question. Simon works in angles as well, coolly handsome and hard to connect with - but ultimately he’s a romantic. Jayne doesn’t give a good goddamn how he’s lit. Zoe glows. She cannot help it. Wash is light, playful - often amongst his screens or slightly blown out by the sun of high atmosphere… Inara’s light is complex, like Mal’s. Hiding and beckoning.
-Joss Whedon (Serenity: The Official Visual Companion)
Can I just say all hail this man? I mean seriously, can we elect Joss Whedon and Stephen Fry as masters of the universe?
I second the motion.
I really like this, except I would like to point out that a nanny is a nanny, regardless of the gender of the person holding the job. And, yes, Wash would be the best nanny on the whole ship. (He already has toys!)
Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk and Seah Maher on the future of their respective Firefly characters
Work, work, work.
“The way in which you guys have inhabited this world, this universe, have made you part of it, part of the story. You are living in ‘Firefly.’ When I see you guys, I don’t think the show is off the air. I don’t think there’s a show. I think, that’s what the world is like. I think there are spaceships, there are horses, and our story is alive.” - Joss Whedon
“I’M GETTING WORKED UP OVER A STUPID FAN WAR, GAHHH. GOSH, GUYS. WHY CAN’T HE “HANG ON” TO FIREFLY? WHAT’S SO BAD ABOUT IT? He’s doing his job on Castle, he *is* promoting, so what’s the big deal? Maybe he doesn’t like Castle as much, maybe he does. But does it really matter? Critiquing someone who is holding on to past works/times/memories is so low. People won’t judge you if you love and adore a late relative. They won’t judge you if you speak of the good/funny/happy times with them. It’s practically the same thing. Why do you insist he “move on”? And, in my opinion, Firefly *is* better.”
“I want him. He could be my dad, my awesome uncle, my boyfriend, my husband, my… (I say the first two because there happens to be a large age difference.) He’s an attractive guy, but what makes him more attractive is his mind; his personality, his humour; his taste. He’s hilarious, and intelligent, and charming, and maybe even slightly shallow, but, eh, so am I! Yeah, yeah, he’s gained some weight. So what? Weight can be lost. Yes, it’s obvious he likes Firefly more than Castle, but so do I! Castle is an “okay” American Crime Drama. Firefly was a smart, articulate, well-written, well-directed science-fiction show, and from a guy like Nathan, doesn’t it seem normal to like it more? Plus, the cast of Castle seems cool, but Nathan has a better (more family-oriented) relationship with Firefly’s cast; they’re buddies! I think he should be allowed to hang on to Firefly as long as he wants to (emotionally, mentally) without getting shit from people about it. What was it that someone once said, “If you don’t have something kind to say, don’t say anything at all”? Come on guys, he seems like a genuinely nice person, shouldn’t that be enough?”
AND THE TRUTH IS SPOKEN