⇢ Red Panda
I have this idea with Psych that doesn’t really tie up with the general ‘ha ha, let’s all laugh’ theme of the show, , but I’m equally interested and saddened by its possibility.
Shawn began the show with nothing. No relationship with his dad, no longstanding success in relationships, no ability to hold down a job. He was a drifter who was completely unable to take anything in the world seriously. He’s come a long way in 8 years, but what if, at the end of the season, he reverts back to old Shawn. Juliet walks away, he disappears on his dad, he gives up on the department and starts selling hot dogs out of a van, only calling Gus occassionally because, since Gus’s big promotion, he doesn’t really have time for him anymore. The last shots show him making deductions about his customers until he notices that the man he’s just served is clearly responsible for a murder. The smell of gunpowder residue, the slight hint of blood splatter, a tiny tremor in the gentleman’s hand. So Shawn sells him a hotdog, reminds him to wash his hands first, sighs, and goes back to his menial job where he sleeps in the floor of his van.
It’s an interesting possibility.
FIX. THIS. DOG.
FRACTION WHAT HAVE YOU DONE
I’m a high school English teacher who spends way too much time in my lessons wondering which of my students might survive the zombie apocalypse longest.
alphabet soup more like times new ramen am i right
gUYS THIS IS REALLY FUNNY IM STILL LAUGHING
I’ve had a crappy day. I wanted Angry Owen Harper to express my rage, but of course, I found this. Now I’m sad instead.
Making it work on the set of Pushing Daisies