Hey! It’s Locke from Lost!
Looks like everybody survived the apocalypse and ended up in the massive underground bunker that shouldn’t exist in a city that’s at or below sea level.
It will never not be weird to have the major “safezone” destination in a post-apocalyptic show be my hometown.
ETA: Especially when they finally arrive there to find it destroyed. ;D
ETA2: Except to find out it’s not so much destroyed as it is "the new capitol of the United States" - hahahaha!
4x01 and 8x01
Sam’s explanations for the state of the Impala on the various occasions that Dean comes back from the dead.
While this is an awesome comparison, can I just say:
…various occasions that Dean comes back from the dead.
SPN summarized in half a sentence.
that’s how they would actually talk
So the real great tragedy of this show is that Dean, despite his obvious inclinations, cannot drop the f-bomb as frequently as I do.
“Applied. adj. Put in practice; used practically: applied science.”
…the book nearest me was a dictionary… uh.
“Qu’est-ce que je fais?”
OMFG (it means “What do I do?”)
“It volleyed barks.”
“Mind your damn harness straps, unless you want to be started with them.”
“Instinct had sufficed to get them aloft, but it might not be adequate to keep them there…”
“That knowledge in itself is terrible enough for me to live with, but the incest…I wish Lleu had been able to say something else when I first told him.”
“I’m not one of them!”
“Ornery, ingenious, determined, and unyielding, he was a fierce competitor and the single most inventive force on the planet.”
“Severe drought was followed by a catastrophic El Nino event in which eighteen months of rain assaulted the Moche cities.”
"For a minute it looked as if they would fall to blows."
(I kid you not.)