This is the BEST line because it was so weird and unnecessary to identify random CIA henchmen #2 by name
And none of the other CIA dudes ever got named in the dialogue despite being in multiple scenes and, you know, actually having lines
And so for no reason and contrary to all sensible CIA discretion we have an “Archer” instructed to shoot John in this incredibly romance-based episode
An episode where, PS, we’ve already seen background imagery of cupid pointing an arrow in John’s direction
And it’s even better because Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a poem about Cupid that was called The Blind Archer
And the best part is, look at the verses
One whole verse is about cupid the archer shooting a veteran who is a drinker and who CANNOT BELIEVE he’s being shot, it “cannot be right, it’s ludicrous quite” for him to fall in love like this
And then another whole verse is about Cupid shooting this isolated young guy who’s planning a celibate vow, despite the fact that he shouldn’t fall in love because “He has duties to do”
And I just really, really love this throw-away line
remember the statue of eros from the pilot aswell? interesting…
oh my god i can’t believe-
CNN’s video explaining the referendum on independence today in Scotland opened with a clip from Braveheart and included a map that just forgot about Wales
a paranormal mockumentary show in the style of the office/parks and rec
revolving around the lives of employees at a hokey haunted mansion tourist trap that turn out to be actually hella haunted but most of its spirits are either benevolent or ineffectively malevolent
10/10 WOULD WATCH
i cant believe this
the turkey swiss on rye incident
*doesnt play game for 6 months*
*goes back to game* where am i??/ who am i??? what should i do?? who the fuck is that?? who the fuck are you??what???
"english is an easy language to learn"
really? cause did you know the sentence: “Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo” is a grammatically correct sentence.
yeah but nobody in the everloving fucking world is going to use that sentence and despite its grammaticality it’s not at all sensible :D