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thewinchesterstales:

#i loved rick so so much but i truly do not think that he was healthy for kieren #because he loved kieren but he couldn’t leave his father’s shadow  #and kieren loved rick so that was okay for him  #he was okay with just being rick’s secret because he loved rick and rick loved him and that was enough  #and amy sees this and it angers her that this beautiful special person is allowing himself to be enamoured by a boy who won’t stand up for him  #rick was an important and crucial part of kieren’s life  #but he wasn’t healthy  #and then my heart goes and breaks for rick who lost his life the moment he decided to change this (x)

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thegeekiary:

It’s October, which means it’s time for the Geekiary’s annual Horror Themed TV Show poll!
The rules of this poll are simple.  In order to qualify the show had to air, premiere, or be between seasons in 2014.  The show has to have some element of horror in it such as vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts, or some other level of grotesque or gory quality (such as cannibalism for Hannibal).  Not everyone may agree that these shows fit squarely in the “horror” category (In the Flesh, for example, isn’t a typical zombie show), but the horror elements present within the narrative qualify it for this poll.
Last year’s winner was Hannibal.  Will it keep its title this year?  It’s up to you.
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POLL CLOSES OCTOBER 20th at 11:59pm EST
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thegeekiary:

It’s October, which means it’s time for the Geekiary’s annual Horror Themed TV Show poll!

The rules of this poll are simple.  In order to qualify the show had to air, premiere, or be between seasons in 2014.  The show has to have some element of horror in it such as vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts, or some other level of grotesque or gory quality (such as cannibalism for Hannibal).  Not everyone may agree that these shows fit squarely in the “horror” category (In the Flesh, for example, isn’t a typical zombie show), but the horror elements present within the narrative qualify it for this poll.

Last year’s winner was Hannibal.  Will it keep its title this year?  It’s up to you.

VOTING UNLIMITED

POLL CLOSES OCTOBER 20th at 11:59pm EST

»VOTE«