"We’ll get out of here. Just me and you."
"As far away from darkness as we can get?"
The Walking Dead Season Five Comic Con Trailer
hollygolightlyish: Breakfast with the boys.
And then we swiftly move to the only truly poignant moment in the whole show. Across the room, Susan gazes over her shoulder at Mark. He catches her eye and stares back. Susan never turns away, never smiles, just looks at him. The air’s actually heavy here with memories, with silent realizations of untapped promise and wasted potential. It’s the only moment that I actually felt regret for something in Mark’s life that will always be the worst kind of “what if,” and even though Susan’s expression is impassive, Sherry Stringfield still conveys a sense that something’s slipping away from her character. Their connection is broken only by a nurse drawing a curtain to block them from each other’s view. [x]
He’s glaring at me because my leg keeps twitching while he tries to use it as a pillow. #catladyproblems