OTH Meme: Brotp [1/6] » Brooke and Nathan
"The two of us have been down very similar roads. We were in the same cliques first, we both felt the same pressures, the same expectations… So I think you know I get it."
You just have to fight.
If you won’t I will.
# okay but if i had ANY FUCKING FAITH in this show # i would get so emotional over the color palette and the blocking here # the way Regina’s side of the room and the lighting and the wardrobe EVERYTHING is cold # its cold and dark and the way she’s balled up hurt and small and trying to protect herself # because this is absolutely a defensive posture but more than that its the one you take #when you’re overwhelmed completely and can’t fight back you curl up and minimize the damage # and this is something Regina Mills DOES NOT DO because Regina Mills is queen of the # 'bEst defensive is a massive fucking offense' school of thinking so having her like this is so SO telling # and then there is Emma and everything on her side is warm and light and the way she’s # actually reaching toward Regina LEANING her entire body toward her # if Emma were a dude this would be the OTP to end all other OTPs on all other shows# and fuck you if you think otherwise # the blocking the lighting the staging # this is so far from platonic idefk i give up (via racethewind10)
“I think Emma absolutely is comfortable being a co-parent with Regina for Henry mostly because I think that over the time they have battled each other, supported each other, had to fight on the same side in order to save Henry. All of the things they’ve been through, ultimately Emma has realized that she and Regina have a lot in common. They’re both women who’ve made many mistakes in their lives. Very different mistakes, but mistakes. They’ve both fought very hard to redeem those mistakes so I think Emma relates to that part of Regina and realizes that there are some things that they have in common. And the biggest thing that they have in common is that they both love Henry and they both have their backs for him. So Emma can always count on Regina to do the right thing for Henry. That’s an important thing for her to count on in order for her to feel comfortable with Regina being a good parent.”— Jennifer Morrison [x]