1x18 // 2x01
Quick question: did Andrew Polec’s character (blonde Artist dude from the hotel) actually get killed or not?🤔
Like we never see it in the real world and there does not seem to be an ambulance or so when Malcolm (miraculously ) gets out of th elevator shaft.
My theory is that Malcolm saw the skull with the hole in it and his subconscious connected it to the serial killer that character told him about and so he becomes the victim.
1.11 - 2.03
do they realise… that shaving off Malcolm’s stubble… doesn’t make him magically pass for a 15-year-old?
Dani: JT, what did we say about being a nicer friend?
Malcolm: Thank you.
Dani: Bright, what did we say about being a gullible weeny?
Your daily prescribed dose of precious sunbeam, Malcolm Bright ☀️
He’s just so toaty!
I wanna put him in my pocket!
Now off you go to conquer the world, my lovelies!!
Malcolm bringing Dani coffee (and tea!)
Sunshine does not have a better cage yet.
make bisexual malcolm canon or we ride at dawn
prompt: car accident
whumpee: malcolm bright
fandom: prodigal son
hi! this is kind of a fun interpretation of car accident rather than the traditional route. it’s set in the midst of 1x13 when malcolm falls on gil’s car and can be seen mostly as canon compliant though there’s a little more whump thrown in here than is visible in the show :) hope you enjoy!
He crashes through the window, the explosion following close behind him. The bulletproof vest protects him from the brunt of it, but he feels the heat, feels pieces of glass cut him, ripping tears into his suit. For a helpless second he falls, eyes wide at the explosion rushing out of the building above him, and then his back slams into the roof of a car with a horrible crunching, crashing sound, and bits of metal and glass rain down atop him.
“I’m sick of seeing you covered in blood.”
“What can I say red’s my color.”
Tagged by @dragonnan, like a week ago and only just now remembering this was a thing I didn’t do. Whooopsy…
So I didn’t see the rules but based on observation it looks like selecting 10 characters from 10 different fandoms and I think posting gifs is optional.
1. Thomas Magnum , as played by Jay Hernandez. Because just look at this face. Also, while the canon of the show largely avoid mentioning it, this is the first veteran character I actually associate with.
2. Steven Crain, from Haunting of Hill House as played by Michiel Huisman. One, Michiel Huisman. Two, because I can appreciate where his character comes from: that “everyone leans on me for everything but sometimes, I really want to push back but it always comes back to ‘haunt’ me in the worst way” is something that I’ve had serious issues with in the past. The struggle to want to love his drug addict brother unconditionally, but getting tired of the numerous times he lies to and steals from him; to want to connect with his family but there’s so much bad blood between them it might as well be an ocean. Also, coming from a family where mental illness doesn’t run, it wanders around, getting to know each of us on a personal level, his insistence that they need therapy, not Ghostbusters, is an argument I have legitimately had with relatives.
3. Rip Wheeler, from Yellowstone, as played by Cole Hauser. Complicated, and just so fucking done with everything and everyone, but still is nice to his animals.
4. Dean Winchester, from Supernatural, as played by Jensen Ackles. I have loved this character since this scene, and the relationship between Sam and Dean might as well be my sister and I - I watched the first 20 minutes, called my sister up and was like “THEY FINALLY MADE A SHOW ABOUT SIBLINGS WE CAN RELATE TO”.
5. Alec Ramsey, from Black Stallion, as played by Kelly Reno. Because I wanted to be abandoned on an island with a horse in the Mediterranean Sea.
6. Tony Stark, from MCU, as played by Robert Downey Jr. One of the few characters to accurately portray CPTSD and how it changes your brain chemistry to the point that logic is no longer a concept you can understand, reacting on emotion, even when the choices you’re making are fundamentally terrible.
7. Malcolm Bright, from Prodigal Son, as played by Tom Payne. One, embraces therapy. Is very open about the fact that he is wildly dependent on not only therapy, but serious medication. Two, one of the few characters where you can understand what it means to love someone and hate them at the same time.
8. Jack O’Neil, from Stargate: SG-1, as played by Richard Dean Anderson. I joined the military because of this man.
9. Sam Beckett and Al Calavicci, because they are in fact two halves of a whole idiot. Sam Beckett is one of those fundamentally GOOD guys. He’s big on consent, far reaching consequences of actions, and genuinely wants to help everyone he meets. Also, a wonderfully tragic character, he does good for everyone else except himself. Al - A total cad, but somehow, one of the most appreciative men in TV concerning women. He just loves women - everything about them. And the story about his first wife? Being a prisoner and presumed dead for years in a Vietnamese POW camp? His sister being taken away and put in an institution for having Downs? My precious baby. I love him, and his friendship with Sam.
10. Tristan Farnon, from All Creatures Great and Small (2021 edition), played by Callum Woodhouse. Tristan is new, but I would kill for him. He’s so weird, and my sense of humor, but also again - one of those genuinely good guys, who has a very low opinion of himself, but admits that he’s just really good at playing a part. Besides. Just look at this doof.
tagging: @waitingforthestarstofall, @get-whumped, @beguilewritesstuff, @amandagaelic, @buckky, @21forestglades, @itsjustdg, @brambleberrycottage, @aliathewriter, and anyone else who wants to play as my 10th tag. Consider this yours.
Chapter 2 of Mr. & Mrs. Bright is now available to read
why didn’t anyone tell me prodigal son was this good? y’all have let me down.. this show is an absolute masterpiece