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Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins, the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC prequel set in the Arkham Universe.
I’m not too invested in the relationship, to be honest. I think they’ve got a long journey ahead of them, but they’ll probably make it. They both need to evaluate things and re-adjust expectations (especially Callie) and basically start from scratch. And Arizona needs to get help.
There’s an end to every storm. Once all the trees have been uprooted, once all the houses have been ripped apart, the wind will hush, the clouds will part, and the rain will stop. The sky will clear in an instant and only then, in those quiet moments after the storm, do we learn who was strong enough to survive it.
Alex had an honest to goodness character arc this season. While many of these characters were kept static–their ailments fodder for our voyeuristic exploration–Alex grew up. In those first two episodes he’s still the Alex of old. He’s a little selfish, a grand womanizer and he’s absolutely certain he’s the worst person in any room. Even as Meredith assures him he is not Arizona tears him down–spitting hateful words in his face and forcing him to reevaluate his own path in life. Because if the mentor that’s always been in his corner suddenly is not it’s up to Alex to rise to the occasion.
And he does. He grows by leaps and bounds. He buys a house. He forgoes John Hopkins out of loyalty to Arizona. He makes a friend. He falls in love. He becomes that good guy we all root for him to be. And then, at the very end, he looks at Arizona, who once told him he was horrible when he sought her out for forgiveness, and comforts her. Forgives her. He is no longer Arizona’s student but her colleague, her friend.
And with Jo he finds someone he’s always looked for. The single person who only sees the good in him and loves him desperately for it." - Fempop [x] (via fuckyeahalexjo)
Hey, Chucksters! I just got off the phone with a Netflix support guy - while working out some issues with my account I told him about the Chuck situation and asked if he knew what the delay was for, and when Chuck would be up. He said he didn’t know, but he sent an email to the people in charge of content letting them know there’s fan demand for Chuck to be added to streaming ASAP. I thanked him, and told him the fandom appreciates it.
That’s when he told me that the more people call in and complain about Chuck still not being on Netflix, and suggest it be added soon, the quicker they’ll probably get on it.
So, Chucksters, here’s “one last mission”…
Call: 1 (888) 638-3549
For Netflix 24/7 support. Tell them you want Chuck on streaming! Tell them you know they signed a deal for it with Warner Brothers way back in January! Tell them you want it! Ask what’s taking so long!
Let’s get Chuck on Instant Streaming!
DO IT NOWWW!!!! Because remember…