…get the idea *out of my head….forgot to add that bit but yeah. I HAVE NOT HAD COFFEE YET
lol it’s okay i understood :p had this idea since the pilot but i don’t know if that’s gonna happen lmao but i ‘m exited either way cause i love Doc/Rebecca as partner so everything is find in my world lmao
i just realized i drew it on the other side of another drawing.
she is not difficult to get to know i swear :p
This week’s giveway is for the FRINGE GRAPHIC NOVEL/COMIC BOOK SERIES. I only have 1 so I will pool the entrants from tumblr and twitter.
Please REBLOG this to get the word out about FRINGE and that will enter you in the contest. I will be posting this on twitter as well under @evilvagenda. To enter on twitter please REPLY to my tweet. Feel free to retweet as well. I will only count 1 entry per person per social media site, to be fair to everyone. I will randomly choose the winner on Wednesday, February 1st at 8pm EST and alert the lucky person via twitter or tumblr.
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…but it was a damn good story about love. (slightly ripping off 500 Days of Summer here). To the anon who just messaged me, I’m answering it here cause I have a lot of feelings.
I know a lot of people were angered by the finale. Anon, you said that it was a “insult to their romance”. I have to argue exactly the opposite.
Sarah showed acts of emotion towards Chuck that were surprising for someone who has supposedly been brain-wiped (I.e., crying at the mission logs, asking him to kiss her). Love creates memories, but more importantly, it creates deeply-embedded effects within someone that nothing can take away - even though Sarah may not have realized these. Chuck lost the Sarah he knew, but in the end he just wants to be there for her in any way she needs him to be. Chuck showed selflessly shoved aside his own misery to focus on giving her happiness. Cause as much as the whole situation hurts him, he loves Sarah infinitely much more.
Chuck’s a show about love, isn’t it? So it was fitting that the show ended with such a compelling statement about the power of love. A statement embodied through the two main characters, in different, but equally beautiful ways. Sure, it was tragic. But the strength of Chuck and Sarah’s love could only fully displayed by using such heartbreaking circumstances. This solidifies the greatness of their romance and relationship to me.
And we know they’ll have their happily-ever-after. Because even if the finale didn’t give us that exact ending, it showed a love that will we know will get them there and beyond. IMHO, we didn’t need the “white picket fence future”. We got something much more powerful.
What were your thoughts? I would personally love to erase the last 50 pages from my memory, but I know a lot of people were satisfied.
i like it! not what i was expecting tho! i honestly would have prefer if the sister didn’t die buuuutt i’m not complaining on how it ended XD
It’s not easy for a show to excite fans at the end of a five year run, and present them with something new. But make no mistake, finales are a great time to take a risk. Chuck has given us plenty of “Chuck and Sarah are happy” episodes, especially during season 5. It was a nice risk to see the show do something that leaves fans talking, that surprises them (rather than “they’re happy and okay and everything is predictable!”) and keeps a foot in the door for a continuation via an online movie, comic books, etc. Isn’t that what you want? Do you really need the show to say “And Chuck and Sarah lived happily ever after?” Don’t you have faith? Don’t you think it’s incredibly fun to think about everything that would happen after the beach? If you want good storytelling, you can’t think every happy ending will be just as you expected. As usual, I immediately went back to my Joss Whedon roots. He taught my teen/adult self a lot about what good storytelling does. And it doesn’t always give you what you want or make you happy. If that’s what you want, then reconcile yourself to a lifetime of watching Katherine Heigl movies. But if you agree that most Heigl movies are cheesy filler, then let’s get real and let’s let the storytellers create a story worth telling.” —An excerpt from a review of the Chuck finale. (via yogaseal)