dommifox:

Pidge.


@glassass

dommifox:

Pidge.

@glassass

thecalebfarley:

If you had to suggest a tattoo for me based on what you know of me from my blog, what would it be?

shutupmaggle:

Falcons -56

Buccaneers- Faint life but they are on a ventilator… they don’t have much longer… (7)

The end of the ep Guns and Roses, Season 2 Ep. 20

I don’t think I’ve ever actually seen someone ‘smolder’ before. But that’s the only word that describes how Don looks at Robin at the end of this ep.

Just. She opens her door and he’s there looking at her like THAT. So just…JUST!!!

And the way he walks into her space with a knowing smirk, the bastard and right by her with that LOOK!!!

Like jfc on a STICK. Holy hell.

comutosama:

NUMB3RS 3X07









"Yeah, Colby, go down the elevator shaft.  Colby, jump in the bay.  Hey, Colby, climb the Sixth Street bridge."
"I went out on the bridge with you, okay?"

"Yeah, Colby, go down the elevator shaft.  Colby, jump in the bay.  Hey, Colby, climb the Sixth Street bridge."

"I went out on the bridge with you, okay?"

noctiscorvus:

Eppes brothers in their element.

spottedcervine, heather I have a problem…

lylemaze:

Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) (NUMB3RS 1x01 Pilot)

Don always wants to protect his little brother. Charlie worships his big brother more than everything.

DVD extras, commentary, Cheryl Heuton, about this scene, the director Mick Jackson told her ‘I’m shooting some of the most incredible stuff I’ve ever shot.’ Rob Morrow, “ah that’s cool. I didn’t know that.”

comutosama:

don’t ask me how I can be that negligent at drawing - it’s a talent

comutosama:

don’t ask me how I can be that negligent at drawing - it’s a talent