so many miles between us now
but you are always here with me.
(still) Patiently waiting.
You are not the only one! I would love to see a little Hero!Red rescuing our damsel Liz, and so would many others. OR, how about the other way around? I am still ruing the fact that we were denied a little Hurt/Comfort in Anslo Garrick II. I would’ve LOVED to have seen Liz and Kaplan get to Red before he escaped. *le sigh*.
As for the Stewmaker, I think that slower pace was probably purposeful to create suspense. Also, Red was tracking the Stewmaker by the signal on the dog’s microchip; he didn’t have Aram like Liz in Anslo ;).
So here’s to more rescue situations in Season Two. Perhaps we’ll get both Red AND Liz playing hero.
As for Sept. 22, I can’t wait either! Thanks for the ask, nonnie!
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Too much TBL in my mind right now, the color definitely wasn’t the first thing on my mind.
Muse of a mastermind..
YES. THIIIIIIIIS. ITS PERFECT.
sorry, capslock because… because I am having a moment. Remember that I went on and on about the fact that they play Offenbach’s barcarole in the background in ep. 14 when Red and Liz descend the stairs at the embassy, a barcarole, the musical embodiement of a ship and that particular one is sung by the characters Giulietta – Hoffmann’s love, a Venetian courtesan who sets a trap for him – and Nicklausse – Hoffmann’s poetic muse, in disguise as his faithful male companion. The muse who is the one to save the protagonist in the very end by loving him and helping him to love again…
Happy 21, The X-Files.
Red staring at Liz. Liz staring at Red. It must be love *sigh* :p
Hard to see this one while listening to “Marry Me” by Train. My shipper heart suffers this much.