I don’t want to own anything until I can find a place where me and things go together.  I’m not sure where that is, but I know what it’s like.  It’s like Tiffany’s.

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2000 || 2008 - they are so pretty, lets stare for a while

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get to know maggie q [insp.]

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get to know: gillian anderson [insp]

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Anywhere I would’ve followed you.

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You probably answered this before, but tell me: why do you like Robin? The character has still to have some development and all, but I really would like to understand why you like him the way you apparently do. Also, why do you think he can be the perfect one for Regina in the long run (long run, because I can't think about the drama that is in the near future).


Okay, sorry for the wait on this and heads up, this got hella long. 

So, first off. Liking Robin. Well what usually comes first?



I find this man aesthetically pleasing. At first sight, I was not upset to see him. So this very first initial reaction without an ounce of personality, started out on a good note.

The first we really got of him, with this particular actor, because let’s be honest, that matters. I have a hard time associating him with the other guy because they’re so different. I can’t really judge Robin on Tom Ellis’ performance, so I‘m just going off of Sean.

The first we got to see of Sean as Robin Hood was Robin Hood as a father. Looking past another appealing visual of the man with a little boy, we got to see a bit of what kind of man he is.


Instantly we saw him being the doting, caring, loving father most dream of being, having, or marrying. That’s more than a little appealing as far as the kind of man he was showing to be by his behavior towards Roland. I mean this is a show with parent’s like Malcolm, Rumple and Cora that scarred their kids for life. But we got to see from this angle, the kind of genuinely good and loving parent that he is. A very good impression in my opinion.

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