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evieeleigh: 2x11: Jack and his team discover the truth of Freddie Lounds' disappearance; WILL TELLS ALANA TO ARM HERSELF; Mason suspects his sister intends to usurp him; Hannibal shows Will how much Abigail reminded him of his sister.

forestardenne:

pondglorious:

!!!!!!!!!!! [falls to the floor dramatically] HALLELUJAH
THIS SHOULD BE GOOD

(maybe not enough to be redeemable for other things BUT STILL GOOD)

I WAS RIGHT

I WAS RIGHT

BEVERLY MADE A BIG DEAL ABOUT THE STANCE BECAUSE IT’S UNUSUAL, BECAUSE MOST COPS DON’T USE THE WEAVER

BEVERLY KNEW HER SHIT (RIP QUEEN, I LOVE YOU)

ALSO I HOPE FREDDIE’S NOT DEAD

SHE’S BARELY BEEN ON THIS SEASON AND I NEED HER SMARMY ASS (ALSO SICK OF WOMEN WHO CARRY GUNS NOT BEING ABLE TO SHOOT HANNIBAL WITH THEM)

I DEMAND A WILL-TEACHING-ALANA-TO-SHOOT SCENE IMMEDIATELY
I ALSO DEMAND FREDDIE LIVE
IT’S ALL I WANT

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evieeleigh: 2x11: Jack and his team discover the truth of Freddie Lounds' disappearance; WILL TELLS ALANA TO ARM HERSELF; Mason suspects his sister intends to usurp him; Hannibal shows Will how much Abigail reminded him of his sister.

!!!!!!!!!!! [falls to the floor dramatically] HALLELUJAH
THIS SHOULD BE GOOD

(maybe not enough to be redeemable for other things BUT STILL GOOD)
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Anonymous: Omg that article makes me feel like all my frustration are not in vain, that there is a bunch of people who feel the same way. I'm gathering the courage to tweet it to Fuller (if someone hasn't done that already). Thanks for sharing it.

You’re so welcome.
I’m glad people are discussing this, because though the article isn’t completely free of flaws, it does raise lots of credible points and is generally an interesting read even if some don’t find it agreeable.

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http://mackenziebutterschnapps.tumblr.com/post/83057597727/bonearenaofmyskull-pondglorious-this-article

bonearenaofmyskull:

pondglorious:

this article speaks to my heart and soul

I disagree with this article on Literally. Every. Point.

It is the worst kind of subjective analysis, applying inconsistent rationale to support its agenda, pretending evidence exists before it has…

Alright. The thing is, I don’t even disagree with anything you’re saying here at all…but I do think it’s askew from what the overall purpose of including Alana in the discussion is. This is also probably a good time to mention I skimmed through the article pretty quickly from mobile, and so details such as this went partly unnoticed by me, but they’re trivial in my overall agreement with what the article is assessing.
It’s true that these specific views of Alana’s rationale are simplistic. But then you have points such as this one: “How does it make sense to introduce a character like Bloom, one who could and should operate almost on par with Graham and Lecter and then make her less perceptive (for no earthly reason) than the character you’ve intentionally created to be to be their clear inferior (Chilton)?” Which are completely and utterly relevant and concerning for a lot of fans and partially overrides faults such as the one you’ve mentioned above at least for me personally.
I also think it’s notable that criticism of the direction the writers are going with Alana’s character out of the context of this article (and partly in it) doesn’t equate to ridiculing Alana herself and her own sensibility and reasoning. That is significant in understating the appraisal some fans have regarding the utilization of Alana and her place in the plot.
Yes, the article isn’t perfect, but it’s a damn good articulation of the undeniable issues wherein women are concerned on this show, and for that I’m thankful.

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bonearenaofmyskull:

pondglorious:

this article speaks to my heart and soul

I disagree with this article on Literally. Every. Point.

It is the worst kind of subjective analysis, applying inconsistent rationale to support its agenda, pretending evidence exists before it has materialized, and ignoring anything that contradicts it in an Occam’s Broom moment fit to beat Hannibal.

I would rip it apart and put its remains on display, but grades are due at midnight and I still have 3 class sets of essays to grade when I get done with my dinner break here. So.

Good for you. 

Although I don’t see why you have to express that so boldly on my post. Don’t like it? Make your own post. Especially after I declared my agreeing to it, it’s a bit rude to barge in and announce its wrongness uninvited. If you were addressing something specifically wrote — then I could obviously understand your reblogging of my post and arguing against it. But it’s not. I’m sincerely disgruntled at you taking my small, inconsequential post and bringing up an opportunity for widespread argument I was not compliant to, especially since the source material is not mine and could have easily been linked to in another post. 

Have a nice day. 

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Anonymous: /frantically follow this woman on twitter/ God thank you for sharing! (does it sound like i'm calling you god) she perfectly deciphered my messy thoughts into one single very interesting article and I'm very glad that an actual article was written about it, now I want everyone to aggressively send it to Bryan. l o l.

It was one of those rare times when I was brave enough to venture into the Alana Bloom tag, and the misogyny and Hannibloom I encountered there was for once worth it because I found THIS GLORIOUS ARTICLE. Everything this woman had to say was exactly on par with my feelings on the show in terms of women and with what I’ve been trying to articulate in messy pieces in various text posts/metas/asks for the last few weeks. She even called out the Chilton thing! Which was so refreshing and reassuring considering the fandom’s worship of him was starting to make me feel like my opinion on him and his place in the narrative was invalid.

I feel like there’s this little cartoon devil on my shoulder whispering at me to link it to Bryan on twitter, but in actuality I would never dream of it. I am not nearly confrontational or confident enough.

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alana bloom or will graham; requested by lanatheevilpanda

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this article speaks to my heart and soul

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Anonymous: The thing is that she probably rescued applesauce before will tried to kill hannibal. Right now, I think she believes will is dangerous, manipulator and all that. We'll have to wait for next episode to know what she tells hannibal when they are in bed.

I just checked the scene with the dogs in 2x06 and didn’t see Applesauce there, so she most likely rescued him closer to Will’s exoneration. But even if she had saved him before Will tried to kill Hannibal…it doesn’t lessen the significance of Alana’s rescuing of the dog and the meaning behind it, nor the dogs in correlation to her in general. 

Hannibal tainted everything in Will’s life, turned it into something ugly…his fishing lures were turned to murder trophies, his home was turned into a crime scene, his colleagues all turned their back on him presuming he was vicious; his friends, his hobbies, his place of safety and security, his work, his dignity, his sense of self were all taken from him until he took it back. Everything was corrupted…except Will’s dogs. Will’s dogs are the most explicit proof in his kindhearted nature at the moment. Dogs are known for their loyalty, and it’s no coincidence that Alana was one that took them in, that preserved the confirmation of that good part of him. Of course her perceptions of him have been warped, of course she now thinks he’s dangerous and manipulative…but even after his actions in 2x05 she still says, “I look at these dogs and see the best part of Will”. Alana’s rescuing of Applesauce implies that that part of Will isn’t dead to her…and/or that she wants reminding that it was ever there at all, that she wants to hang onto it however she can even if she has to let Will go in the present. Those two convictions (that he’s playing a game but that the good side of him wasn’t that) can be held in Alana’s mind simultaneously (although you should take that statement with a grain of salt considering APPARENTLY all her sentiments have to be dichotomous now according to Fuller, jfc). 

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Anonymous: Do you think hannibal will get a s3??

Honestly? I think it will, which I’m aware contradicts what I’ve been saying on this subject lately. Although I’m really not the best person to be asking this because I definitely do not have the utmost knowledge on what will even determine that when it comes down to it. Even if NBC doesn’t pick it up again, which I think was the worry last year, there’s still other networks that have shown interest in it…that coupled with critics’ love of it and the devoted fan base, I think there’s a god chance it’ll get saved (that isn’t taking ratings into account, though, because they’re low from what I’ve heard). 

Even though the show has been pushing me to the edge lately, I’d be glad if it gets more time to redeem itself next season, even though I’ll probably be about 75% less invested and interested then…I wouldn’t want to leave off on this terrible a note for something I loved dearly, I don’t want my last memories of the show to be bitter and resentful such as they’ve been with a lot of this season. 

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Anonymous: Name two things you like about yourself, then pass this on to the first ten people on your dash. #teamselfesteem

fucking hell.

1. I have good eyebrows 

2. ???? ¿¿¿¿

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s.t.