Love gets expressed in some wonderful and very weird ways in the world of television, from the passionate kiss to a penetrating bite on the neck. But last spring on Fox’s Fringe, Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) set a radical new standard for romantic gestures: He tried to change the future in order to save the life of his destined-to-die soul mate, Olivia (Anna Torv), and wound up erasing himself from history (and her memory) in the process. All together now: Awwwwwwwww.
“So often Hollywood and pop culture portray relationships that don’t reflect real life and relationships that lack a moral compass. I think it’s nice to see a stable couple with grounded values getting this attention over that perverse relationship between Joel McHale and that girl on that other show. I mean, look how they’re kissing. It’s disgusting—you can tell they’re not even using tongue.”—Misha Collins (@eonline.com)
I own a corset made by this lady, it’s amazingly comfortable and she is a genius. I would love to gain some insight into her methods if she was able to put together some teaching instructions; unfortunately she’d need to put orders on hold for the time it takes her to make them, and corsets are her only source of income. So if you’re interested in sewing/fashion and can help… :D