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Kellerman: Meldrick, come on, look at me. Look me in the eye. Now you tell me that this whole wedding thing is not a joke.

Lewis: It’s not a joke!

Kellerman: You swear, on your mother’s grave, on everything you hold holy that this is not a joke?

Lewis: My mama ain’t dead, but I swear on everything I hold holy.

Kellerman: If you’re lying, God is gonna strike you with lightning and you will DIE!


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3 Bromances (3/3)

Mike and Meldrick - Homicide: Life on the Street


This one ends in sadness and grief and the uncontrollable urge to throw something across the room.

But before it gets there, it’s the kind of perfect, easy chemistry that you’d happily watch for forty minutes straight, even if all they did was bicker over the breakfast table. C’mon. A whole episode of Mike and Meldrick arguing over what constitutes an appropriate hearty meal and alternately stealing sections out of the newspaper? I’d watch the Hell outta that. They start off their first case together likening themselves to a couple on a blind date, trying to work their way onto one another’s good sides, and eventually they settle into such beautiful rhythm together, an intuitive fraternal bond, a perfect partnership. Which made the eventual betrayal all the more devastating (and no, I am not even close to over it, and I love him but I’ll never forgive him because how could you do that he protected you he was there for you and where the fuck were you for him?!?! God I am still so angry but mostly sad and it’s hard for me to talk about this relationship because it was SO BEAUTIFUL and then tragic and I need to stop now).

Oh, take me back to the start…

Favorite Opening Credits: Orange Is The New Black

"All those eyes and mouths that make up the "Orange Is The New Black" opening credits are from real women, not actors.

Set to Regina Spektor’s “You’ve Got Time,” the credits are a montage of smiles, frowns, glares and stares of formerly incarcerated women, and other prison mainstays like barbed wire, fingerprinting, handcuffs and more.

The credits were designed, at the request of creator Jenji Kohan, to get the point across that the show wasn’t just going to be telling the story of Piper Chapman.” (x)

(Source: kubriq)

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