ummmm happy birthday to someone in the world whose birthday is today
The Arrow/Elementary Twitter Battle of 2013
following the writers twitters is so great
Tom Mison + SH producers/writers
Abbie and Ichabod are bros because they'll never be more than best friends. Finally, we're gonna get a partnership that doesn't evolve into something romantic. That's why the term bromance was made. You don't have to be offended by it. BrOTP ftw.
Although Crane is intent on rescuing his dead wife from a mysterious netherworld, he will still be very attracted to his mortal partner.
"There will be a ‘will they or won’t they’ (undercurrent to their relationship),” Kurtzman told TODAY.com. “For sure!” (x)
Doesn’t sound like a bromance to me, bitch. If you don’t want the leads to get romantic, then go fucking watch Sesame Street. Bye, girl
Nicole Beharie as Lieutenant Abbie Mills in ‘Sleepy Hollow’
- Six Great Performances by Black Actors in 2013 (via amuzed1)
Early on two things about Fox’s Sleepy Hollow were clear. One, that its premise is pretty ridiculous. Two, that it actually works in spite of the ridiculous premise, making for a fun little supernatural series. But the show also gets props for having five major recurring characters played by people of color, one of them of course being Nicole Beharie as Lieutenant Abbie Mills. Beharie is special in this role not just because she was the only other lead black actress on a network show this year other than Kerry Washington. She’s special because she’s a lead black actress on a genre TV show, despite the long tradition of tokenizing, excluding, and abusing black women in many genre properties (see Coven, the Stark Trek reboot, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries). In Sleepy Hollow, with her excellent chemistry opposite co-star Tom Mison, Beharie is strong, funny, vulnerable and, yes, even sassy. It’s refreshing to see a black actress get to be all these things over the course of a series. It’s refreshing that her race and gender are neither ignored nor overemphasized. And most of all it’s refreshing that her bond with the male lead is not based on a foundation of hyped up romantic drama, but mutual respect and genuine affection.
Patrick Jane being adorable in S02E12.