fanon marichat being known as The Sin Ship™ while canon marichat gave us the most beautiful, tender, softest kiss in the whole show
There's this one scene in "Snow Day" that has me laughing everytime.
When April said "NO MERCY!"...
Donnie was READY to do ALL the violence!
These two are truly UNHINGED when working together.
Great detail btw! Even tho i wrote about this in my analysis, i overlooked that.
But still -
You can say all you want but they are the dreamteam and chaotic potatoes
Credits to: lunamovass on twitter https://twitter.com/lunamovass/status/1580277697154273280?t=F-AsGEyIYLHeEZE_rACZ7g&s=19
Never thought I'd get any higher
Never thought you'd fuck with my brain
Never thought all this could expire
Never thought you'd go break the chain
Me and you, baby used to flush all the pain away
So before I end my day
My sweet prince
You are the one
the fuckin’ shades will open, and the sunlight will come in
VegasPete: a very important analysis
Vegas going back to hurt Pete after getting hit by his father makes so much sense to me. Because that's all he has known. Nobody ever made him feel like he needs to stop or that it's wrong to take his anger out on others. Or that he is hurting someone wrongly.
Mainly because even if they did, Vegas wouldn't care. Not until that someone was Pete.
When he abused Pete in ep 13, Pete talks back. Pete let him know that he is human and he has feelings. And that he is hurting too
It's like Pete first makes Vegas realise how Vegas made Pete feel. Pete felt useless, Pete felt like he lost himself. All of that because of Vegas and he lets Vegas know.
Up until now, it was just Vegas venting however he likes but this is the first time that Pete vocally makes himself clear just how hurt he has been. He lets Vegas know that no, he can't do this. That this hurts. That Vegas is to blame.
That's when Vegas gets his senses back. That's how Vegas realise that he can lose Pete if he didn't change. He finally sees his own wrongs. The fear and realization finally hit him. The fear of losing someone which wasn't there until he found Pete.
Up until now, it was Vegas who had physically hurt Pete but this time, we see Pete hurting himself with the knife. And Vegas sees it too. And that's exactly what it takes for Vegas to realise that he can't see Pete getting hurt.
He sees just how much he has hurt Pete.
He sees all the broken cracks that Pete was trying to mask with bravery and what-nots earlier but not anymore.
He sees Pete break.
The only person that has shown him an ounce of love breaks down. Because of him.
This is such an important part of their character and relationship development. It changes EVERYTHING and I'm absolutely here for it!
It was a very important scene and it was sooooo rightly done because The Impact! I love how this scene was portrayed and I love how much we get to know through this scene. The power this scene holds is unimaginable! Bible and Build, you guys continue to blow my mind for real!