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my dad just yelled at my cat to grow up
you done it
Quotes from—and references to—Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871) found in Doctor Who (1970-2013, check the captions for details).
the 1985 version of the opening credits of fringe is officially the best thing ever
some productions end hamlet after ‘flights of angels sing thee to thy rest’ and I totally feel that esp if the production did justice to horatio and his relationship with hamlet like giving him the last word is beautiful and basically too sad for me to even handle (lookin at u gregory doran and peter de jersey)
if you end the play there you miss horatio’s next line which is ‘why does the drum come hither?’ and I just
horatio just collapses over hamlet’s body and cries for a while, and then the drum and trumpets get too loud to ignore and he sort of looks up and he realises that the world is still turning, that everyone else is continuing to exist, and he can barely believe it, he can barely believe that there are people out there whose worlds haven’t just collapsed the way his has
and that question isn’t seeking information or trying to re-establish some semblance of normality
it’s horatio being completely bewildered that anyone is still going about their life
'why does the drum come hither?' who could still be drumming? what is there left to drum for? why are people marching when the world has ended?
horatio suddenly realises that yes, people are drumming and the world is still turning, and that means he has a job to do
finding out your internet friends last name is life changing