casually lounges in agreement
hella cas… oh wow that is awkward
i love how i gain followers when i stop posting and then as soon as i get back to my usual nonsense it’s like LOL NO I DIDN’T SIGN UP FOR THIS
oh man you guys should have been here for like idk strutting karlen
Nancy Barrett also looking great in her post-gaslighting mental breakdown hair
THE MOST HARDBOILED
actual recap of 1967
like I have way less of an excuse, I left off mid-Laura I’m an asshole? you only have the end of the series to go godspeed to you my friend
oh god you know i might actually just have to speed run it without liveblogging if i’m actually going to get through it (SUP THAT AWFUL PERIOD RIGHT BEFORE 1795) but no seriously savor your delicious phoenix intrigue
shouts ‘I WANT A BETTER PLOT FOR ROXANNE’ from the rooftops
talking about it is more fun tbh
hahaha notice though that no one actually talks about 1840 tho
lol omg remember when i actually watched dark shadows
SHUFFLE MEME: barnabas/julia ( fall out boy - “miss missing you” ) for emptybees
Dark Shadows Reboot: Maria Doyle Kennedy as Sarah Johnson
I don’t think it’s very healthy, living in this house.
When Bill Malloy was found dead, the police decided it was an accident—but that’s not good enough for his housekeeper, Sarah Johnson. Determined to find out who’s responsible for the death of the man she secretly loved, Sarah joins forces with Burke Devlin to infiltrate Collinwood and learn the truth. But as Collinwood’s new housekeeper, Sarah finds her loyalties shifting, especially when she gets to know the mistress of the house better. Now these two women who cared for the same man may find themselves getting a second chance at love—and Sarah Johnson has decide which is more important to her: figuring out the past or embracing the future.
❝ i don’t think anyone’s ever referred to us as being nightmarish. ❞
Dark Shadows Reboot: Harry Lennix as Bill Malloy
Liz, I like you. I think you’re the greatest woman on the face of this Earth. Because you plant your feet firm on the deck when the gale blows. Because you hold your head up high and damn the Devil. Because you don’t know how to run scared.
Bill Malloy has been in love with Liz Stoddard for as long as he can remember, but he waited too long to say it, and she married someone else—with disastrous results. As manager of the Collins Fishing Fleet and Cannery, Bill is Liz’s right hand man and staunch defender, but he still has never quite managed to profess his love for her. When Jason McGuire, a ghost from Liz’s past, shows up, Liz seems terrified…but then she lets him stay in her house and gives him a position in the company, allowing him to access her funds. Before long, Liz joylessly declares that she and Jason are getting married. Can Bill figure out what hold Jason has on Liz before it’s too late? And will he have the courage this time to tell her how he feels about her?