Smallville Memories | Erica Durance & Tom Welling: ↳ What’s your favorite season of Smallville?
"I have always enjoyed the episodes where Lois and Clark are investigating something, and they’re together and there’s a lot of stuff going on, and there’s a lot of banter, and there’s a bit of humor, and they spice it up with a little bit of everything. Those are my personal favorites, when I’m doing it, as an actress. Now, to sit back and watch it – because I also love the Superman mythology – I like to see him be so iconic. A prime example is in our 200th episode, when Clark is in the elevator with his Superman self. I freaked out. I went up to him and I was like, “Oh, my god!” It was fantastic! He had the phrasing down, and it almost sound old-fashioned. He just flawlessly went into this thing and I got excited, as a fan.” - Erica Durance
We interrupt your week of Dracula fanart to bring you Tora’s new headcanon: The Sleepy Hollow / Supernatural crossover comic!
I dunno, guys, I think I’ve just watched too much TV lately. It all starts to blur together. While watching the latest Sleepy Hollow I was all, “OMG ICHABOD SKINNY JEANS” but then all I could think about was “They need Sam and Dean here.”
Seriously JUST CALL THE WINCHESTERS, don’t be fooling about with no founding father’s magic lanterns
They are. They’re using the “gritty” approach and it’s not working. They’ve forgotten about the joy of superheroes, the brightness they bring. Even man of steel was dark and humorless, lacking something. The mcu is doing it right.