saveintheflesh:

2.01 / 2.04 / 2.06


“There’s a scene from the pilot where Russell’s character Elizabeth slaps Rhys’ character Philip’s face and Keri just — I don’t think she really meant to — but man she just took a whack at him. She hit him so hard because they were both so into the scene, and Matthew didn’t even flinch. It was like he just hadn’t even gotten hit, there was something about that moment…when he took that hit he just seemed like the toughest guy in the world.” - executive producer Joe Weisberg on how Matthew Rhys scored the role. 

There’s a scene from the pilot where Russell’s character Elizabeth slaps Rhys’ character Philip’s face and Keri just — I don’t think she really meant to — but man she just took a whack at him. She hit him so hard because they were both so into the scene, and Matthew didn’t even flinch. It was like he just hadn’t even gotten hit, there was something about that moment…when he took that hit he just seemed like the toughest guy in the world.” executive producer Joe Weisberg on how Matthew Rhys scored the role. 

(Source: scandalousbazinga)

down-the-muddy-river:

Girl from audience: “…these screenplays are amazing; and it’s so rich, it’s such wonderful dialogue; I wanna ask everyone if they have a particular, favorite line”.

Person:Have you seen that episode where...
Me:I have seen every episode, go on

Very hirsute young man, aren’t you?

  

hypotheticalyiff:

peetamellarkeys:

birdthenerd:

I have never reblogged something so fast in my life

it’s exactly what you think it is

are you going to find me a vampire to have a sexless threeway with?

lildarkvixen:

"you can’t ship that, that character has canon interaction with the opposite sex"