selenak: (Young Elizabeth by Misbegotten)
State of my own stories: assignment: recipient hasn't commented yet, but nearly everyone else vocal in the tiny online fandom has, so I'm pleased as punch. Treat: recipient loves it, but not many other people seem to have read it so far. We'll see. Consider the invitation to guess and get a drabble on the subject of your choice if guessing correctly my cunning plan to get more readers. :)

On to stories I loved as a reader:

Fairy Tales/History: The Last Dancing Queen of England: in which the story of the twelve dancing princesses is applied to the wives of Henry VIII, and somehow fits marvellously.

Being Human: return back to your grave: fantastic take on the tense relationship between Nina and Mitchell, and a great character exploration of both.

Better Call Saul: if you ever ever learn you never show it: Jimmy and Chuck, growing up. Superb take on a layered sibling relationship.

Crusade: Stone Walls Do Not A Prison Make: Dureena and Max, trapped together. Will they manage to figure out how to rescue themselves before irritating each other to death? No, seriously, this story is so much fun and depicts one of my favourite Crusade relationships.

Dragonlance: Our Journey Winds On, Still: talk about messed up siblingn relationships. Raistlin and Caramon Majore in their co-dependent glory, in a "what if?" that explores what would have happened if Caramon had followed Raistlin into darkness.

Elementary: The Case of the Anonymous Benefector: in which Kitty Winter solves a case familiar to ACD readers, and ensemble goodness is had to boot. I miss the season 3 set up of Elementary, and this story is a great bandage on that open wound.

Matthew Shardlake Novels Agnus Dei: Guy, Tamasin, Matthew and Jack strive to deal with the events from the end of Lamentation. Brief, elegant and to the point, and breaking my heart in the process (in a good way).

Rivers of London: Not a tame tiger: sparring, verbal (and otherwise?) between Varvara and Nightingale. Bring on the war generation magical interaction, I say!

Troubling the Water: whereas this is adorable silliness between Lesley and Peter, and I love it, too.


Penny Dreadful: Behind the Wallpaper: dozens of AUs and yet not. All that could have happened/did happen/who knows? when Evelyn Poole opened a door in the s2 finale.

A Place of Greater Safety: Tick Tock: in which the mysterious author actually pulls off an alternate way the French Revolution could have gone, based on my favourite Hilary Mantel novel's interpretation of its chief figures. I'll say no more - find out how yourself!


Many more to come, but this is my first installment
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
Mad Max: Fury Road:

...is rapidly gaining fanfiction, and a considerable part of it imagines the backstories of the "wives". I was impressed by this version:


Hope In A Handful Of Dust (3515 words) by FayJay
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Mad Max: Fury Road
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Mention of Toast/OFC. This isn't a shippy fic, but reference is made to past relationships & future ones
Characters: Toast the Knowing, The Splendid Angharad, Capable, Cheedo the Fragile, The Dag, Furiosa
Additional Tags: Canon Compliant, Prequel, Backstory
Summary:

When the Traders come in sight of the Citadel, Toast feels hope for the first time since she heard the screams begin, and it feels like claws in her chest. Even across the miles of yellow sand, with the heat-haze shivering the horizon, she can see the shocking smear of green atop the rocks. Life.


“Do you see what I see?” breathes The Dag, pressing her face closer to the tinted window. Her voice is hoarse, and her too-pale skin has scorched an ugly red where she has sat too close to the glass. They are none of them ready for this topside life, not in any respect; nothing in the teachings of Squirrel or Miriam or The Magdalen prepared them for this.


“Mirage,” says Toast, crushing the seeds of hope in her heart. “It isn’t real.”


“Water,” says Cheedo, following their gaze. Bruising mottles her face with vivid purple and green. She hasn’t spoken in three days.


“It’s nothing,” Toast snarls, because it is better to be numb than to feel hope here at the end of the world.


Angharad frowns at her, and cards long fingers through Cheedo’s dusty hair.


“It’s water,” she says.



(Toast-centric backstory for the wives.)





Being Human:

For all the early Spike & Dru indebted-ness, Daisy and Ivan were very much their own characters, and I was sorry we never saw Daisy again post season 2, so I was thrilled by this great "missing scene" set in very early s3:


The Lilies of the Field (1744 words) by goldfinch
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Being Human (UK)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Daisy Hannigan-Spiteri/John Mitchell, Daisy Hannigan-Spiteri/Ivan (Being Human UK), the vaguest most unsatisfactory John Mitchell/Annie Sawyer
Characters: Daisy Hannigan-Spiteri, John Mitchell, Anthony Michael McNair, Nina Pickering
Summary:

She goes to Barry, once, after Ivan. After everything.

selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
Because the fannish mind sometimes does quirky things and makes you ponder something years later: back when Being Human finished, I had problems with the ending which the additional scene on the dvds largely resolved. To spare you the trouble of looking up the original review, my spoilery problem and why the additional scene mostly fixed it )

Now, ever since watching the scene, I assumed it meant spoilery stuff ). Having rewatched the last episode for the first time since it was originally broadcast, I changed my mind as to the timing and some other stuff. Spoilery musings ensue )

Which is why I'm now revising my theory about the implications of the additional scene. New headcanon: is spoilery as well. )
selenak: (Nina by Kathyh)
Disclaimer: It's been some years since my last rewatch. Pray forgive any wrongly remembered plot parts and/or misquotes.

Thoughts spoilery for the first three seasons of BEING HUMAN ensue. )
selenak: (Darla by Kathyh)
The AV Club has posted their list of ten vampire centric tv series episodes; as they put it, they might not be the 10 best episodes, but they’re the 10 episodes that’ll help you understand what the show’s all about—without having to watch the whole thing.

Naturally, I found myself arguing with some of the choices for series I'm familiar with. Not in a "never! not this one!" way, on the contrary, these are good choices; in a "hm, I'm not sure this fits the criteria" way.

For example: Being Human (original UK version, naturally), season 2, episode 7, Damage: On the one hand, I can totally see their argument. Which is spoilery. )

My own choice would be episode 3.05 The Longest Day. And no, it's not just because my darling Nina has a central role in it. It examines what it means in this universe to be a vampire not just via Mitchell but via spoilery people )


Their choice for Angel is: Are you now or have you ever been? Again, I agree with their arguments : it stands on its own (i.e. is accessible for newbies), tells a self contained story while at the same time showing an important step in the main vampire character's development, and the paranoia demon as 50s metaphor works; indeed, as the poster says, the demon is hardly necessary.

Which is perhaps why it wouldn't be my choice. Angel being a vampire is not touched upon in the episode, either. That he's immortal, yes, but it would work just as well with, say, a Highlander type of immortal - and the episodes should say something about what this particular series makes of vampires, how it uses them. Spoilery objections and alternate choices follow nonetheless. )

No argument at all with Closer than Sisters for Penny Dreadful. Because Eva Green acting the hell out of everyone and Vanessa having messed up relationships with Mina and Malcolm so is what this show is about. :) What do you mean, there is no vampire activity at all in this episode?
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
Part of the Yuletide experience is also the fretting about one's own stories. I was fretting A LOT until literally an hour ago when I got the lovely feedback from my main recipient which assured me she liked my Yuletide story. (Given she's someone I highly respect in another fandom than the one we were matched, I was mightily relieved.) With that burden off my chest, I can proceed to the reccing stage. :) A first bunch of recs, to be followed by many more, under the cut.

Recs for Being Human, Elementary, Broadchurch, Emma, Coriolanus, Historical RPF, A Place of Greater Safety, Orphan Black )
selenak: (Emma Swan by Hbics)
Today's [community profile] fandomsecrets has, for about the fifth or sixth time that I recall, a secret involving Once Upon A Time character Regina Mills aka The Evil Queen and the fact that back in season 1, she had a non-consensual sexual relationship with a male supporting character (he was the one non-consenting). Now Regina did a lot of other villainous things (including ordering massacres), but I don't think any of them, with the arguable exception of her gaslighting her son, is brought up and argued about more. (I may be wrong about that, since I try to keep away from most OuaT fannish discussions unless I know the people in question.) Cue usual "oh no she didn't!"/"oh yes she did", as well as "if she was a male character, this wouldn't even be a question" (both from the "oh yes she did" side in the sense that a male ruler ordering a female prisoner who is revolted by him into his bedchamber would not be interpreted as anything but a rapist, and from the "oh no she didn't" side (which argues that male fictional rapists get excused all the time). In between, someone points out that Regina did a whole lot of other stuff which doesn't get argued about, and why is rape treated as the ultimate crime? Good question, and not just regarding Regina. It's the crime most often named when people argue why they can't root for the redemption of character X and/or the crime most argued to not even have been committed by X from people who want said character redeemed (or see him, and in rarer cases her, already as good).

Now I think that "more/less evil" isn't a criteria you can put on rape versus, say, murder. They're both heinous actions. But it's still worth noting that as far as fannish discussions are concerned, the killing score of sympathetic villains/morally ambiguous characters seems to bother fans a whole lot less than if their canon shows them committing, or trying to committ, a rape. At a guess, part of this is that fantasy violence (especially if the canon avoids showing much of the resulting dead bodies and gore) is easier to dissociate from real life, while rape is not. And then, there is probably the fear: "I like this character, maybe I even love him/her or fantasize about him/her, I want this character to succeed, to win, to be loved - but this character committed rape. What does this say about me? Therefore, this character hasn't really committed rape. The fantasy surroundings make it not count. Or I take the Doylist appraoch and declare it was the writers (whereas the character's other actions which endeared him/her to me in the first place were of course Watsonian and only the character). Or: the character was himself/herself a victim and so traumatized that she/he can't be held accountable for their actions. Or the ever popular: hero X did something just as bad, so there!"

I decided to do some self inventory and see which of the characters whom I like (in varying degrees ranging "mildly fond" to "love and adore") comitted rape in their canons, and how fannish discussion (if it exists at all) handles that. Let's start with the Romans, because if you are in a slave owning society, and among the owners, and also not in a show that deliberately avoids the issue, chances are that you're guilty as charged, but even so, some characters go above and beyond:

Rome: Mark Antony, definitely. One of his very first scenes shows him having sex with a peasant woman against a tree mid-travelling. I doubt he bothered to ask her first. There is also an episode in which he wants to have sex before getting out of bed, Atia is not in the mood and orders one of her slaves to accommodate him. Which btw means Atia is enabling said rape. Also a rapist: Pullo. Who is in love with his slave (later freedwoman, even later wife) when having sex with her but doesn't bother to ask for her consent, either and is shocked when finding out that upon being freed, she wants to marry a fellow slave (cue death of male slave). I'm fond of Mark Antony, Atia and Pullo. I think the only one whose actions get debated in this context is Pullo, with the argument being "but he thought Eirene was already in love with him!" and/or "different times". Well, yes, different times, and presumably he did think she was in love with him until disabused of the notion. He still didn't ask, and she was his property at the time, to do with as he pleased. The scene as shown also had her enduring, not responding, to his caresses.

Spartacus: nearly every Roman character, sooner or later, but re: the topic in question, let's stick with Batiatus and Lucretia, both of whom use their slaves as sexual toys for themselves and for other people. I don't think I've seen anyone saying Batiatus isn't guilty, but I did some some debate around Lucretia, specifically, her relationship with the gladiator Crixus. (The debate nexter brings up all the other slaves Lucretia and Batiatus use to turn themselves on at all.) The "oh no she didn't" argument usually goes thusly: she developed genuine feelings for him, then she thought he also loved her, and then there was that one time where she didn't have sex with him when he didn't want to because she was concerned for his life (plot reasons). This ignores that Spartacus isn't subtle about the whole ownership point: Crixus and Lucretia first start to have sex because she orders him to, he is her property, and the fact she doesn't insist that one time doesn't negate all the other times. (Not to mention Lucretia's reaction once she finds out Crixus loves someone else.) Lucretia is played by Lucy Lawless, and she was one of my favourite characters on the show. She's also, no question about it, a rapist. (Ditto, of course, her husband, whom I was also fond of, horrible person who he was.)

Moving on to contemporary shows with long lived characters:

Highlander: Methos, obviously. Universal fannish favourite, and for quite a while, he was mine, too. (Then Amanda overtook him.) (I still like Methos a lot, though.) He's also, no question about it, a rapist, over a really long time. And wouldn't you know, while fandom never tried to explain the pillaging part in "rape and pillage" away, or the massacring of "tens of thousands", au contraire, thought that Methos' Bronze Age raider past made him even more interesting than he'd already been, it solved the "rape" part by vilifying the surviving victim of same and/or write stories in which Methos was the one raped (by other characters), which made him so traumatized that he, da capo, al fine. Oh, and of course times were different.

Buffy and Angel: oh, the can of worms to dwarf most others, and I really don't want the discussion to end up in a reiteration of the Spike Wars, but it would be cheating not to bring the Buffyverse up. So: Angel(us): definitely a rapist, and not just in a metaphorical bloodsucking vampire way. (There are the servant girl in the Amends flashback and Holtz' wife, and the implication is certainly that there were others.) (And driving mortal Drusilla into insanity culminated in Angel and Darla having sex in front of her before Angel turned her; what do you want to bet they left it at taking her blood?) Spike: see above re: Spike Wars, avoidance of same. But even leaving out Seeing Red, he mentioned multiple rapes in Never Leave Me, which however often gets dismissed as "he just wanted to get Buffy to stake him on that occasion" (well, yes, but that doesn't mean he made that up; over at AtS, near the end of Damages, a key Spike self realization is his admittance that while he wasn't Dana's tormentor, he did do similar things to a great many other people). Darla: while we don't see her having on screen sex with an unwilling victim, she certainly gets a kick of watching her darling boy doing so. Faith: when about to strangle Xander, she sexually assaulted him as well (and he did say no repeatedly). I do like Angel, Spike and Faith, a lot. Darla is my overall AtS favourite.

Torchwood: my own assumption when watching the Torchwood pilot, in which, among other things, Owen uses a alien pheromene McGuffin to make himself sexually irresistable when going out) was that when he used it on the boyfriend of the girl he'd been hitting on, he made a quick getaway as opposed to having a threesome, so that on this particular occasion, no sex took place. However, the original intention certainly had been to have sex with the girl, who showed no inclination to respond to his overtures before he used the pheromene McGuffin. Which, yes, makes Owen an attempted rapist (and since I doubt this was the first time he used the McGuffin, I'd be ready to drop the "attempted".) Owen was my favourite TW character during the first two seasons.

Being Human: Mitchell and Hal, step forward. Definitely, like Angelus, guilty of rape in the literally sexual as well as the blood taking vampire sense. Neither of them were my favourites in their canons, but I definitely had times of being fond of both, and my Mitchell issues weren't due to him having raped people (also my Mitchell issues were brilliantly resolved by canon, but that's another story).

Once upon a Time: and we're back to Regina. Who isn't my favourite, but I like her and am certainly on board with her current storyline. In addition to being a multiple murderer, guilty of mental and physical torture on various occasions, and the kidnapper to dwarf all other kidnappers (it's hard to beat transferring everyone in Storybrooke from one dimension to another in order to play out her fantasy scenario, but Regina is also a kidnapper on the mundane literal level, see also: Hansel and Gretel, Owen), she is most definitely a rapist.

And now for the future - including the wretched Prophets of DS9 would be cheating, because while they do committ rape I never could stand them, and they're not fannishly popular, either, so they don't qualify.

Babylon 5: I was going back and thro whether or not to include this example, because it's not sexual non-con, and if you start to include fantasy metaphors, you don't have to bother to differentiate with all the vampires between literal rape and blood taking to begin with. But still: what happens in the episode Dust to Dust is a mental assault/violation which gets textually, on screen, called a rape (Bester, who ought to know, explains the effect of Dust that way in the exposition scene early on), so I'll include it. Anyway, the perpetrator, G'Kar, who hits rock bottom here, followed by enlightenment, is most definitely among my favourite B5 characters.


In conclusion: I seem to be fond of a lot of fictional rapists. (Or fictional versions of historical characters, in the Roman cases.) The fact they raped people isn't why I like them, obviously, but neither did it stop me from liking them (or prevent me from ever developing sympathy, in the cases where the rapes happen early on). Whereas I don't think there is a rapist among the few fictional characters I have a visceral loathing for, come to think of it, which presumably goes to show rape isn't one of my triggers, at least not in the sense of reacting with "I no longer like this character" or "I have to explain this away in order to continue liking this character". I think my own inner self justification for this, beyond "but they're interesting", is to keep their victims in mind (and in both Methos' and Spike's cases, write fanfiction from their pov). (The other day I came across yet another variation of "but how rude and horrid are the Charmings and the rest of Storybrooke for not wanting to have dinner with Regina mid season 2" . Err. Just about anyone from the Enchanted Forest, with the exception of Rumplestilskin who did his share to form her and besides is guilty of centuries more crimes, is justified in not wanting to socialize with Regina for the rest of their lives. ) (Though since Regina has interesting interactions with other characters, I'm glad some are around her anyway.) And not to prettify anything they've done. Especially when/if I want them to redeem themselves.
selenak: (Werewolf by khall_stuff)
In cheerier "actors and the social media" news, the West Wing actors just invented the Walk and Tweet. :)

(Incidentally, the first time I tried to watch The West Wing, the Bush years had just started and I couldn't continue because the gap between reality and fiction was just too big. Then years later I marathoned it at the close of the Bush age, back when not just the US had a lot of hope in change. Which turned out to be the ideal time, because I don't think I could stand to watch The West Wing for the first time right now without feeling sick at that gap again, this time without any hope it will ever change.)

As mentioned, the Being Human rewatch made me check whether anything new by way of fanfiction has been written since the immediate aftermath of the show. Luckily for my working schedule, it turned out there wasn't much that was of interest to me (though there was some, which you'll find below the cut, as I loved reading it). Lots of crossovers with a show called The Almighty Johnsons, in which Mitchell is paired with some of the cast, it seems. I assume this has something to do with the actors - is Aidan Turner in it, or has he acted with some of the actors in it elsewhere? Anyway, I don't know the show, my interest in Mitchell pairings is zero, so, not for me. Then there are crossovers involving Loki (Marvel Cinema Universe version) which do not as if they're about confronting Loki with his victims, so, no. Filtering these out and some that also didn't look promising to me from their summaries and tagging, I finally hit the jackpot with a couple of stories by a single author.

Being Human stories by Zoicite below the cut )
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
Coming to the end of a rewatch leaves one, well, me, missing the characters anew. Luckily, there are these little additional scenes with them on YouTube. Like this on, with Alex making her Unfinished Business list:



Some creative soul, not me, should write either the Alex/Robert Downey Junior RPF or the more respectable "Alex and Tom make Hal watch Iron Man" missing scene.

More Alex, Hal and Tom goodness under the cut )
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
The fourth season is the last one that was included in the Being Human box I bought when I visited London during the Easter holidays, so you won't get an s5 rewatch from me (also, it was too recent). But there will be fanfic recs!

The season which pulls a Spooks and Doctor Who )
selenak: (George and Nina by Kathyh)
Oh season 3, how art thou wondrous. Every bit as good as I remembered, and still my favourite. Mind you, in that way that leaves one completely drained and shaken at the end, but ever so narratively satisfied.

Read more... )
selenak: (Werewolf by khall_stuff)
The first time around, season 2, or to be more specific, the last third of it, almost drove me to quit the show. (And then I was glad I didn't because s3 was fabulous and dealt with my main complaint beautifully.) Rewatching, I went in knowing my previous main issue was not actually an issue. However, what about the other issues? Well, as it turned out, several of the other s2 downsides were still downsides for me, but I also discovered virtues I had forgotten, and some foreshadowing I had been previously unaware of.

Read more... )
selenak: (Nina by Kathyh)
I've started a Being Human rewatch (for new readers of my ramblings: when I mention Being Human, I'm thinking of the original, UK version only), it only having six episodes per season, and it was highly interesting to me to go back.

Some thoughts ensued which are of course highly spoilery for the entire show )
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
I'm currently at a conference in Marburg, which is a lovely medieval town that is known for, in no particular order, harboring a saint (Elizabeth), an inquisitor (Konrad) and the Brothers Grimm. (When they were studying, for two years. Jakob had a few sharp words about the place, but then he did about most things, and the house is exactly the type of timbery old house you expect the Grimms to have lived in.) Alas, the internet at my hotel is very wavery and throws me out every time I attempt to upload photos, so none of that until I'm back in Munich. (Also no tv, for obvious reasons.)

However, link time. Iron Man 3 yesterday brought to mind Being Human's hilarious set of webisodes set between episodes from its last season, as Alex declares her intentions towards Robert Downey Junior in this one. (My favourite tiny detail is that Tom has seen Iron Man and Hal has not, as opposed to the other way around. Also, as I recall, one of the BH writers in a post show interview told the story about how Alex fulfilled her RDJ dream, which they couldn't film for "budget reasons". (Read: RDJ too expensive. :)

The benefit of now being able to read Twitters: finding out about Bryan Cranston's next role will be now that Breaking Bad has wrapped up filming (though we fans will have to wait until August for the episodes, sigh). He's signed on to play Lyndon Johnson in a film called All the Way re: fatal decisions regarding Vietnam. Which I'm looking forward to see. LBJ with his contradictions (civil rights reforms and Great Society on the one hand, Vietnam on the other, the political professionalism and the crudity) is a great character for Cranston to play.

Here, someone lists their reasons why Darla is the best vampire in the Buffyverse. Some of which I'd even agree with (which usually doesn't happen when the internet makes lists about my favourite characters).

And lastly, the British trailer for the Whedonian Much Ado offers more details than the American one and makes me wonder more fervently than ever when we'll get to see the film in Germany.
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
It's been over a week now, and despite my, err, reaction to the finale, I find I very much miss Being Human. Fortunately, there is some fanfiction. As it's impossible to describe without spoiling for the fifth season, I'll hide the links for three stories under the cut


Being Human Goodness here )


****

The recent tv meme, which brought me Six Feet Under reminiscences, and [profile] falafel_musings marathoning the show inspired me to a rewatch, and oh, the show holds up wonderfully well. As good as I remembered, and I just love the humanity of it - you have these characters who are all in varying degrees screwed up, but they also all try to make a life anyway, and you're not encouraged to condemm and dismiss any of them. Everyone has their ups and downs, their moments where they shine and moments where you make you facepalm. Oh, show. Sadly, there isn't much fanfic, but since the last time I checked, which was a while ago, there were some new stories posted, including this one, set pre-pilot and basically the story of how David originally met and got together with Keith:


The Picnic (18215 words) by xmarisolx
Chapters: 7/7
Fandom: Six Feet Under
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Keith Charles/David Fisher
Characters: Keith Charles, David Fisher, Claire Fisher, Ruth Fisher, Nathaniel Fisher, Nate Fisher, Original Male Character
Additional Tags: Jennifer Mason
Summary:

After David calls off his engagement with Jennifer, he runs into a childhood friend who invites him to come to church with him. The decision proves to be life-changing.

selenak: (Werewolf by khall_stuff)
In which the internet expression "I don't even know", which I never used before, and probably will never use again, comes in handy.

God knows, literally )
selenak: (Bardolatry by Cheesygirl)
We now have a trailer for the Joss Whedon directed Much Ado About Nothing, aka the way he relaxed after directing The Avengers (by producing Shakespeare at his house with his favourite actors). I may have been squeeing at the sight of Alexis Denisof & Amy Acker as Benedict & Beatrice, but Agent Coulson as Hero's dad Leonato was also nice to re-encounter. :)

Speaking of enjoyable vids, [personal profile] stagbeetle has collected all the little webisodes Being Human has done this season around Alex trying to figure out her unfinished business with the help of Tom and Hal in one post. Chronologically, they're set after each broadcast episode, so the fifth one has really MAJOR spoilers for the fifth episode. (Meaning: don't watch them until you've already seen the fifth season so far.) They're both wildly funny and sometimes very touching, and made me more enthralled by Alex than ever. She's the best, and I'm going to miss her dreadfully when the show is over.
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
Alexandra Millar, you are my queen and my favourite ghost, and what's been missing from my life.

Of care and responsibility )
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
Still in the business of catcching up, I'll start with the midwives:

Episode 2.04 )


Being Human:

For The Greater Good )
selenak: (Alex (Being Human)  - Arctic Flower)
In which ghost girls don't just wanna have fun and we reach a turning point.

Is this my future? )

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