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PART II. THE HONEYMOON PHASE (SEASON III)
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Five Tangled Scenes - [2/5]
"It’s for the lost princess."

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wordsandchocolate:

I made a slideshow about how to create a fictional character… I got most of the information from the ‘start writing fiction’ (free) course on the OpenUniversity website and found it incredibly useful so here’s a visual version for you :)


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Let's Wait Awhile (Glee Cast Version)
Glee Cast - Glee: The Music, Tested (30,162)

Let’s Wait Awhile (Glee Cast Version)


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graham & hook treating emma’s wounds (requested by greenhattress)


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Perfect characters are profoundly boring to me because they are profoundly unrealistic. Give me characters who make mistakes and bad choices because we can see them learn and grow. And that’s who Hook is—he’s imperfect; he’s human. And humans screw up. I’m not saying I enjoyed watching Hook slide back into old habits, but I did feel like it came from a believable place. Everything he did in this episode was consistent with who we know him to be as a character; I understood all of his motivations, and so much of that came from what I think was Colin O’Donoghue’s best work on the show to date.
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Think furnace with wings