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The thing is… I like characters like Bojack Horseman and Rebecca Bunch and Quentin Coldwater because they’re sad.  They’re lonely and insecure and searching for meaning in the world.  They do bad things, and I put up with that, but that’s not the part of them that I relate to.  It just kinda sucks, cause I feel like a lot of people, particularly the Bojack Horseman writers, tend to conflate sadness with bad behavior.  An obvious example of this is the Zelda/Zoey paradigm.  Zeldas are happy and optimistic and positive.  Zoeys are sad and cynical and mean.  You’re either one or the other, and therefore, if you’re happy you must be a good person and if you’re sad then you’re a bad person.  But the thing is, sad people don’t have to be mean.  And mean people aren’t always sad, sometimes they’re happy people who also happen to be selfish and insensitive to the feelings of others (see Mr. Peanut Butter, season 5).  And it kinda sucks that all the characters I relate to the most on TV are written as abusive or predators or just assholes.  I still love them.  I still love their shows.  I just wish we could have more characters that suffer from mental illness, who don’t assault people or lie or cheat on their s/o’s.  And I get that stories need conflict, so characters sometimes do bad things to get that conflict going.  But it’s sooo often the characters with mental illnesses who do the bad things, and that gets disheartening after awhile.     


                                    𝔗𝔥𝔢 𝔮𝔲𝔢𝔰𝔱 𝔦𝔰 𝔰𝔲𝔭𝔭𝔬𝔰𝔢𝔡 𝔱𝔬 𝔠𝔥𝔞𝔫𝔤𝔢 𝔲𝔰.

I have an announcement

William “Penny” Adiyodi of the Syfy show The Magicians is the most shippable character on said show and I thought it was important that everyone knew that

@fillorys-number-one-fan continued from here

Alice sat on the couch after her fourth glass of… well she couldn’t remember anymore. “What’s going on? Everything, nothing matters, everything we try to do fails.” She sipped at her fifth glass. “Why do we even try? So we can just go through more pain?” She looked at him, and the hurt he caused came flooding back.
Fic: 'Shoulder to Shoulder With You' Fall - Chapter 22 Author: Coldfiredragon Archive of Our Own
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Title: ‘Shoulder to Shoulder With You’  Fall - Chapter 22

Chapter Rating: T, mild drug use, language, mostly fluff

Chapter Summary: Quentin and Eliot spend their last night in Ibiza on an isolated beach as the tide rolls in.


The Tale of the Seven Keys (Black Minimal) by estelofimladris is now available on RedBubble!

The Magicians Characters Hogwarts Houses Aesthetics: Quentin Coldwater - Hufflepuff (requested by @tenderalec)

Beautiful boy waking up

Beautiful boy realizing he’s a disaster


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So I’m rewatching the first season and during the second episode I found myself really struck by the differences between the scene between Quentin and Eliot and the one between Alice and Margo. 

With Quentin and Eliot, Quentin is being very honest. He’s told Eliot the whole story about accidentally summoning the beast. He tells him about his depression and his fears of being kicked out. This then makes Eliot open up and be honest with Quentin. He’s able to tell him about his past and to reassure him.

Then there’s Alice and Margo. Margo asks her what happened, probably the same way Eliot did when he got Q alone, and Alice lies. She claims to have no knowledge about what happened. Then Margo has to fish around to get her to talk more. When they get on the subject of their families, there is almost a hint of a connection being made, and when Alice admits stealing her parent’s alumni key, it’s probably the most honest she’s being and Margo seems impressed. Then she goes right back to lying, saying she just really wanted to go to school instead of telling her about her brother. 

The contrast between those scenes just really jumped out at me this time and I love the quick honesty and trust Quentin and Eliot have with each other and I wonder if Alice had been more honest when talking to Margo, could a better friendship have formed between them? Oh the possibilities.

hey, guys! so, for one of my classes, i have to do a curation project. this is the process of gathering the most current information on a specific subject every week. my professor has yet to approve it, but i really want to do the magicians. if you are a blog almost completely dedicated to the magicians, please like or reblog this post! if i’m not following you already, i will make sure to do so! that way we can all stay obsessively updated together! thank you!

can someone PLEASE message me or ask me stuff about the magicians.

I just wannS TALK

“Giving a shit about someone that you give a shit about doesn’t just evaporate the second that they fuck up.”

Quentin Coldwater

I feel so weird not posting because of the Trials, so have a snippet from another WIP that I’ll get back to once my Trials fic is mostly written. It’s a follow up to Head to Head, so slight spoiler alert if you haven’t finished that.

Margo brings her knees to either side of Quentin’s hips, straddling him. “Relax, Coldwater,” she says, though her tone is more patronizing than soothing. “I’m not fucking you tonight.” She laughs as she sits on his hips. “But Eliot might be, if you’ll have him.”

“What?” he asks, a light blush begins to rise up his neck. He tries to suppress it, but Margo catches the spark of excitement that flickers through his face.

“Is that a no?” she asks, voice soft and genuinely concerned. She sets the rope down. She wants to do something fun for these two idiots, but she would never force them.

“No—it’s not th—what?” He asks again after stumbling over his words.

Margo sighs, and brings her hand to his face. She strokes his cheek with her thumb before tucking some of his hair neatly behind his ear. “Do you like Eliot?” She asks sternly. The question is mostly rhetorical.

Quentin runs his own hand through his hair. The absent minded gesture drops his hair back over his eyes. “Yes, I like him but wh—” he starts to ask another question, but she cuts him off, before he can overthink it.

“Did you like having your cock in his mouth?” her voice remains stern, but her face is lit with a playful smile.

“Jesus, Margo. Yes.”

She laughs at how easily flustered he is. “No judgment,” she says leaning in to bring her lips to his ear. “El’s fantastic with his mouth.”

‘It’s Too Late To Say Goodbye’ is a perfect Queliot song while 'Leaving Tonight’ is a perfect Wiski song.

You can’t change my mind.

...Sick AF: Help me pick a GIF setttttt

I’ve been in England for the past two weeks (hi, I’m back) and NOW… 
Some absolute DINGUS on the flight back gave me strep throat or something.

I’m currently in bed and in-progress with F O UR different GIF sets and I seriously need help picking one to finish.

~They Are~

  1. Margo asking Jane for the key after the events of the mosaic. 
  2. Penny confronting Quentin on his dangerous thoughts after the Flying Forest.
  3. Margo revealing to Penny that they killed The Beast, but at a cost.
  4. Eliot rescuing Quentin and confronting him on his self-sacrificial bullshit.

My Other Magicians GIFs

Honestly halp

In the meantime, I’m ordering 2 chocolate milkshakes and my third chicken sandwich of the week.

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