|—||David Fury (via callsigntheslayer)|
The point of Buffy was always girl power and showing that power. The point of Angel was always that the fight never ends. He’ll always fight. It’s an eternity of fighting. You can’t ever win but the fight is worth fighting. That was a perfect ‘going out’ scene - you know, the Butch Cassidy/Sundance Kid sort of we’re going up against impossible odds and probably die? That’s the perfect way to end the series, and anybody who says otherwise is dumb. Any proper resolution of, “Oh, we’ve defeated the demons, they’ve gone back to hell, let’s get a beer,” just would have been absolutely wrong for that show.
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For me, motivation is this horrible, scary game where I try to make myself do something while I actively avoid doing it. If I win, I have to do something I don’t want to do. If I lose, I’m one step closer to ruining my entire life.
|—||Allie Brosh, Hyperbole and a Half (via quotes-shape-us)|