Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (1983) Vs. Seven Nation Army (2003)
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THIS IS LITERALLY THE SOUND OF COOL
Press play and you will find yourself wearing a long black coat on a windy city street holding a firearm that won’t be invented for another 50 years, your voice will be a full octave deeprer AND YOUR HAIR WILL LOOK PERFECT.
if only Lucifer had his theme song this would be it
ANNE FRANK WAS BI
HOW DID NO ONE EVER TELL ME THIS
I FEEL FUCKING ROBBED
Castiel: character study
text tricks; click the <html> button in the corner
<small> makes things smaller. the more <small> you use, the smaller it gets.
<big> same applies with big
<sup> makes things go up up up up
<sub> makes things go down down down down
<u> makes …
I just got season 5 in Blu Ray and rewatched “Changing Channels.” I never really noticed before, but in the first scene of “Dr. Sexy, MD,” Dr. Sexy is smooching in the elevator with Dr. Piccolo (the doctor who later goes around slapping Sam repeatedly and calling him a “brilliant, brilliant genius”).
In his hotel room, Dean is watching enraptured, open-mouthed. It’s easy to think he’s imagining himself in that elevator… smooching, one assumes, Dr. Piccolo.
But look at his reaction when he realizes they’re caught up in a TV show and he’s actually seeing Dr. Piccolo in the flesh:
He’s happy about it, but hardly blown away. But as soon as Dr. Sexy shows up, a harp sounds (a harp, for cryin’ out loud— is there any bigger romantic cliche?), and Dean starts grinning like an idiot, his Adam’s apple bobbing up and down nervously. His voice drops almost to a whisper as he says in awe, “It’s him… it’s Dr. Sexy.” And when he actually finds himself confronted by Dr. Sexy, he is clearly nervous, awkward as hell, and can’t even maintain eye contact.
So… who was Dean really imagining kissing in the elevator when he was watching “Dr. Sexy, MD”? I honestly don’t think it was Dr. Piccolo…
Yeah, this is awesome but I think we shouldn’t forget who wrote this episode. It is none other than the current show runner, Mr. Carver. It seems to me that Carver has had Dean’s sexuality being marked down as something other than straight for years. Just giving people a daily dose of hope. (Also Charles Beeson directed and he also directed the ambiguous-ness that was Sex and Violence, just to put all in perspective.)
i present to you, the butt song from hell, with lyrics, so you can even sing along if you want:
butt song from hell
this is the butt song from hell
we sing from our asses while burning in purgatory
the butt song from hell
the butt song from hell
Since Tuesday’s episode, there has been plenty of discussion about the significance of Dean only using one side of his bed, but it wasn’t the only thing that stood out to me in the opening scene.
Some of these things were subtle, some not so much, and so (because I’m a Level 10 Grand Master Procrastinator and have a million and one things I should have been doing instead) I decided to compare the shot from 9.14 with shots from earlier episodes to see exactly what had changed.
Am I glad I did? You bet your ass I am.